"It is not more surprising to be born twice than once; everything in nature is resurrection." Here Voltaire playfully subverts the spiritual authority of the Roman Catholic Church by summoning the idea of reincarnation - a notion made fashionable in his time by the increasingly relevant philosophical heritage of Plato and the mystery schools of Ancient Greece. Imagine for a moment being a devout Catholic aristocrat residing at court, pondering questions of rebirth while looking into the limpid eyes of a newborn child. Salty ambergris casts a golden dawn aura over the scent of this divine candle, lifting the powdery tobacco, mosses, and heavier amber resins high into the air with an exalted glow. Muguet and honeybrush keep a tender, child-like softness in play at the edges of the aroma.