From an intense study of the Bible, the Apocrypha and other sources, Nils Erik Aamann Christensen in collaboration with Lars Muhl recreated the original Mary Magdalene Oil and Balm. These sacred paraphernalia were also used 2,000 years ago by the "Therapists" in their rituals and their treatments.
May 15, 2007, Nils Erik attended a grail travel to the Kathar-land in France with Lars Muhl as a travel guide.
"After I had climbed the mountain Montségur for the first time in May 2007, I seated myself purified, at a small café below the mountain to have a cup of chocolate with Lars Muhl and the rest of the group.
Lars asked about a print on my sweatshirt, and I explained that it is my company name, and that I had taken the name from the Bible. my company manufactures creams, ointments and everything within different emulsions and what could be more real than naming the company after this famous ointment. Lars asked then asked if it was not an idea to produce the original ointment? - I had already thought a lot about it within the first years of my company - but rejected it as of a hectic business pace in order to survive. I agreed reluctantly with Lars’ idea, even though deep inside I thought it could be insanely exciting.
I am glad that I took on the task - the two products amazes me constantly in their operation. Long ago when I first read about the "anointing" of kings, holy men and women in old times, I did not have the slightest idea, how subtle and powerful anointing (healing) actually is, I thought it was just an outer symbolic act to honor a human being.
Personally I have used oil and ointment in countless ways. You use oil on the chakras and the balm on the feet and for skin problems. In relation to this, I constantly sensed that it is "fire" products, when using old terms for drugs (water, fire, air, earth). Not fire in the sense that the products are physically warming, but more because the products have spiritual catharsis properties - purifying / cleansing, refreshing and invigorating - burn everything old and needless. It was therefore very affirmative for me to later read in The Gnostic Gospel of Philip, that the anointing is referred to as fire (67,5–9 57,27–28).