I thought that was it but now what would an "incarnation" smell like. This is a perfume magazine and the mystical heritage of these words should smell something like a musk, woody or something heavenly divine?
After careful research, I found a fragrance simply named Incarnation created in 2008 by founder & natural perfumer, Ayala Moriel of Ayala Moriel Parfums
Incarnation is described as peppery, fiery, sweet and seductive. It describes the personality of women with all natural ingredients such as African stone, tincture, angelica seed oil, balsam tolu, benzoine siamese, black pepper, carnation, carrot seeds, clove bud, mace rose otto (turkey), and tuberose absolute.
What is so special about Incarnation is that most perfumers do not use carnation essential oil anymore because it seems to be old-fashioned but this gorgeous fragrance is not old at all. It is cutting edge all in a natural way.