In 1986, David Bowie played Jareth, the Goblin King in the film Labyrinth who tormented young Sarah as she struggled through the twists and turns to get Toby, the little brother who she wished away to the Goblin King herself. Besides John Blaylock in The Hunger, Jareth is one of Bowie’s most cherished, beloved and iconic roles.
“Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City to take back the child you have stolen, for my will is as strong as yours and my kingdom as great. You have no power over me!”
With the Passing of Bowie, we must also acknowledge the passing of Jareth, the Goblin King. The Goblin King is dead! Long live the Goblin King!
The astroid Ceres is the nuturer. And like the Goblin King, who wanted to be a nurturer, whether it was to turn Toby into one of the goblin minions he "cares" for, or longing for the love of Sarah, whom he would be a slave for. At the center of the twisted heart of the Goblin King was the most impossible thing: true love. Notes of raw lust and devotion: red patchouli, aged tonka absolute infused with vanilla resin. ruh gulab, crimson opium, dazzling pomegranate and commanding calamus. Mugwort flower essence is remarkable for allowing the psychic and the dream world unite in real life and to maintain a multidimensional consciousness, all needed to enter realms such as Labyrinth — and to find your way home. If you want to return...