Candle magic is one of the easiest forms of spell casting. It is considered to be sympathetic magic, also known as imitative magic; which means it’s a method which doesn’t require a lot of elaborate ritual or expensive products. In other words, anyone with a candle can cast a spell. Of course the more you know about magic the more successful your spell will be and more importantly the less chances of your lack of experience can manifest something you did not intend. People often ask me what the different candle colors indicate. Here is a brief
list of candle colors and their meanings.
Red Candle Means: Sexual love and lust
Pink Candle Means: Friendship, sweet love
Orange Candle Means: Attraction and encouragement
Gold Candle Means: Financial gain, business endeavors
Yellow Candle Means: Persuasion and protection
Green Candle Means: Financial gain, abundance, fertility
Light Blue Candle Means: Health, patience and understanding
Dark Blue Candle Means: Depression and vulnerability
Purple Candle Means: Wisdom, psychic influence
Brown Candle Means: Earth-related or animal-related workings
Black Candle Means: Negativity and banishment
White Candle Means: Purity and truth
Silver Candle Means: Reflection, intuition
Candle magic is one of the oldest forms of magic. Candles have been used during religious and ritualistic ceremonies for centuries by many early civilizations. Some of the earliest evidence of candles dates back to 3,000 B.C., where artifacts suggest that the early Egyptians were using beeswax for their candles. There is some proof that the Greeks were also making candles around this time period as well as the Romans. Candles are associated with the element of fire. Lighting candles in a dark room always has a magical effect as the flame dances in the dark and crackles.
The direction of the flame flickering has a meaning on the ritual and most spell casters who are experienced practitioners can pick up on this magical communication easily.