Holy oil made sacred to anoint King Charles

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In the Bible, the Holy anointing oil was used to sanctify and set the anointed person or object apart as holy.

Today is no different, King Charles who is due to be crowned as King in May will be anointed with Holy oil from Jerusalem where he will be granted divine office as King of England.

Over the weekend the oil was consecrated in a ceremony that took place in The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, which is built on the site where Jesus was crucified and buried, on Friday.

The special liquid, called Chrism oil, was declared by the Patriarch of Jerusalem, His Beatitude Patriarch Theophilos III, and the Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem, The Most Reverend Hosam Naoum.

The holy oil has been created using olives harvested from two groves from the Mount of Olives.

The olives were pressed just outside Bethlehem and the oil has been perfumed with sesame, rose, jasmine, cinnamon, neroli, benzoin and amber as well as orange blossom.

Camilla the queen consort will also be anointed with Holy oil and crowned, just like the Queen Mother was when she was crowned in 1937.

Similarly, on Easter Sunday at your local Universal Church, we will distribute a free bottle of blessed oil which is being consecrated by prayer for all those who will attend the special event ‘Come and See’.

We believe that when used in faith it will produce the results that you longed to see.

Find out more about this special event ‘Come and See’ and reserve your free bottle of blessed oil.

Please note that the Blessed oil itself has no magical properties, but it can be used to awaken your faith and give you the willpower to overcome your battles. The UCKG HelpCentre’s spiritual advice is to be seen as a complement to the scientifically proven treatment you may be receiving. The UCKG HelpCentre does not claim to heal people but believes that God can through the power of faith. Always follow your doctor’s instructions.