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A Little Bit of Candle Magic

Posted July 22nd, 2010 by Carol

Candle magic is used with visualization and intent toward whichever goal or need you have.
Candles are an effective tool for concentration. Also, different colours or scents will provide
varying energies to help you with your goal. Colours are powerful symbols.
Many different belief systems incorporate colour into rituals, and candle magic is one way to do so…
red…symbolizing the element Fire and the direction of the South, red is used for strength,
physical energy, courage, sex, and passion.
pink…a candle for love spells (remember that these should never be performed against another’s will…)
also friendship and compassion. Pink is for emotional needs.
yellow…symbolic of the element Air and the direction of the East, yellow provides energy for matters
of intellect, divination, travel, and eloquence.
green…symbolizing the element Earth and the direction of the North, use green for prosperity,
fertility, employment, growth and healing.
blue… symbolizing the element Water and the direction of the West, blue candles are used for
healing, peace, happiness and psychic growth.
purple…use this colour for matters of spirituality, power, meditation.
white…associated with the Moon, white is used for protection, purification, divination and is
an all purpose candle.
black…use black for banishing negativity, or absorbing it when you feel the need for this.

Also, burn your candles on the days of the week that correspond with your wish.
This helps to bring planetary energies to your goal.
Sunday is ruled by the Sun and yellow candles are used on this day.
Monday is ruled by the Moon…use white candles
Tuesday is ruled by Mars…use red candles
Wednesday is ruled by Mercury…use purple candles
Thursday is ruled by Jupiter…use blue candles
Friday is ruled by Venus…use green candles
Saturday is ruled by Saturn…use black candles

If you wish to add more power to your candle magic, anoint your candles with an appropriate oil
before burning them. As you are doing this, visualize your need and focus your energy towards that.
love…rose, apple blossom, gardenia, jasmine, ylang-ylang
sex…cinnamon, patchouli, lavender, clove, musk, vanilla, tuberose
luck…basil, bayberry, vervain
protection…bergamot, cinnamon, cinquefoil, sandalwood
prosperity…mint, basil, vervain, hyssop, bergamot
purification…frankincense, benzoin, sandalwood, myrrh
divination…nutmeg, lemon grass, acacia, lilac, lotus, narcissus
banishing…carnation, rue

The best type of spell is one you have created yourself.
Remember, as much energy as you put in your magick, is as much energy as you’ll get out.
You may also wish to enhance the effect with an appropriate scent and/or an appropriate
Gem or Stone and even an Herb. There is also a corresponding colour, day, element and
moon phase, all in which, not really necessary, but will give added enhancement and power
to the magic desire. All of these elements together will manifest to one heck of a wish being
put out there upon the elements. Now a perfect moon or day is not a mandatory condition,
neither are all the rest of the enhancements.

take an orange candle anointed with cinnamon oil, clove, or lotus oil.
Light the candle and say 3 times:
“brimstone, moon, and witch’s fire,
candlelights bright spell,
good luck shall I now acquire,
work thy magic well.
Midnight twelve, the witching hour,
bring the luck I seek.
By wax and wick now work thy power
as these words I speak.
Harming none, this spell is done.
By law of three, so mote it be!”
Do this spell at midnight.

Timing: During the waning moon. Use a brown candle (an image candle, if you can)
to represent the person who is harassing you.
Write the person’s name on the front and back of the candle.
On a small piece of parchment paper, write:
‘From now on, (name) will say nothing but sweet words about me and to me.
By the power of Aradia, so mote it be!’
Put a drop of honey in the middle of the paper and roll it into a ball.
Heat a knife, pin or your athame, make a gash in the candle (in its mouth, if it’s an image candle)
and stuff the paper ball into it.
Let the candle burn a little while every night for an odd number of nights, to a maximum
of nine nights. Throw the remnants into flowing water, but save some candle drippings
or ash to sprinkle in the path of your oppressor.

Get a white candle — either a plain one (offertory, pillar, or taper) or a figural one in the
gender of the person you want to bless. Carve the person’s full name on the candle,
then dress it with Blessing Oil or Holy Oil. For more power, you may place a name-paper
of the person, or a photo, or some personal item of theirs (such as a bit of hair or a snippet
of clothing) either under the candle or next to it. One easy way to do this is to place the
paper or personal concerns under an overturned saucer and put the candle on top of the
saucer. Burn a portion of the candle every day for seven days, pinching it out between burnings.
As you light it each day, say this
[Name], may you be blessed
May all good things come to you
May nothing whatsoever harm you
May your heart be light
May your travels be safe
May your health be good
May your mind be sound
May your friendships sustain you
May you be blessed in every way
If you have a special request for this person (such as that they find a lover, get a
good job, come home safely from a war, or whatever), just add it to the list.
Some people use a large pillar-type candle and keep it going for longer than seven days.
They may make a habit of burning such a candle every day — or once a week, on Sundays –
for as long as their friend or relative needs help, even doing so for months at a time.
If the candle is large and it is to be burned in this way, it should be re-dressed with
Blessing Oil or Holy Oil once a week: after the initial dressing, you can drop a tiny bit of
oil into the “well” or hole in such a large candle just before lighting it each time.

Get a large white candle, the kind that drips wax, and set it up on a tray.
Affix to it a photograph or other image of the person you wish to bind.
Make a ring of sea salt around it. Make a second ring with protective herbs.
Some dried rosemary from the kitchen will not break your bank. Or use sage if you like.
Fill the rest of the tray with images that represent what you are binding the person from: pictures
of your family, keys to your house, legal documents, whatever.
If the problem is too complex for images, write what the person is bound from on slips of
paper and place them around the candle. Maybe they are gossiping and making your life
a misery. Write it down and explain what you want stopped.
Papyrus, or good thick paper made from cotton or linen work best for this.
I have pinched the first blank page of old books at sales!
Use red ink if you are angry, purple ink if you are sad.
Wrap the candle and the image with black thread (use cotton tread or linen or even wool, if possible).
Invoke Isis and “Linda the Binder With Linen Thread.”
Say out loud what you are Binding the person from.
Light the candle and leave it burn until the wax begins to drip over the thread and image.
Burn it every day for a week, until the image is thick with wax.
Use this as a meditation device to direct your will to Binding the person.
You will have direct results if you have a just reason for this spell.
You can also Bind a person from harming themselves.

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