Although records of Kali's worship date back less than 2,000 years, it is widely assumed by scholars that she represents a survival of a Dravidian (pre-Aryan) goddess. Kali is typically shown as a deranged or wrathful half naked woman, and is often depicted dancing upon the corpse of her consort, the god Siva. She is multi-armed; her tongue protrudes; she wears a garland of skulls, holds a severed head in one hand, and brandishes a hooked blade called a kartri, along with other weapons. Yet to most of her devotees, she is a loving Mother, despite her ferocity. Kali this oil carries the energy of the magical Will through which magical intentions are directed into the outer world of manifestation. It is imbued with the power of making and doing, achievement, and self-assertion over obstacles and critics. It is the pure energy of Will and desire. It is magically linked to the root chakra and so to sex and birth: the life force of attraction and renewal. How To Use Oil : Anoint your pulse points, Front Door knob or wear it as a perfume. Candle Magick : Add few drops in your daily candles or lamp to get rid of unwanted negative energies.