March/April 2015 Issue
Get the FREE app for your tablet and mobile device. Now available in the iTunes Store and the Google Play Store
Also available as a PDF File.
Click for more information about New Worlds or to receive issues via mail.
Magical Candle Use and Substitutions List
This article was written by Dorothy Morrison
posted under Wicca
|Black: banishment, break bad habits, Crone aspect of the
Triple Goddess, stop gossip, separation, uncovering truth,
Pale Blue: calmness, clarity, healing, peace, pleasant dreams,
Dark Blue: feminine deities, organization, water element
Brown: grounding, diffusing potentially harmful situations,
relieve excess energy
Gold: financial increase, personal security, solar deities, the
Green: Earth Element, fertility, growth, healing,
independence, obstacle removal, productivity, prosperity
Lavender: stress and tension relief, knowledge retention,
inner beauty, mental ability
Mauve: cooperation, intuitive power, psychic ability, selfconfidence,
Orange: attraction, business projects, business proposals,
indifference, personal motivation, productivity, study
Peach: empathy, friendship, kindness, sympathy
Pink: friendship, harmony, love, romance, self-love
Purple: Akasha Element, job interviews, mental power,
psychic power, protection, respect, spirituality, victory
Red: control, Fire Element, lust, Mother aspect of the Triple
Goddess, passion, physical energy, physical strength, sexual
desire, timidity relief
Silver: lunar deities, peace, serenity, the Goddess
Teal: agricultural efforts, balance, self-control,
decision-making, practical matters, trust
Turquoise: diplomacy, eloquence, knowledge retention, logic,
love, relaxation, stress relief, study
White: clarity, focus, Maiden aspect of the Triple Goddess,
protection, substitution for any other color, spiritual guidance,
Yellow: Air Element, communication, creative endeavors, joy,
From Everyday Moon Magic by Dorothy Morrison.
Originally from Texas, Dorothy Morrison now lives the magical life in Maine with her family. Dorothy is a member of the Pagan Poets Society and a charter member of M.A.G.I.C., a magical writers and artists organization. Dorothy is a... Read more
Please note that the use of Llewellyn Journal articles
is subject to certain Terms and Conditions
Demons, fairies, and saints—together? These are not three categories we think of together. In past eras, however, perceptions of the supernatural world were much more fluid. Magicians of the Renaissance would not be averse to calling upon whatever beings were available that could teach them secrets, acquire treasure, or gain the love of... read this article
Most recent posts:
Driving Our Own Bus Called "Life"
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kerry Nelson Selman, author of the new Crystal Resonance.
Recently, as I was meeting and greeting...The Secret in the 7 of Wands
Secrets of the Waite-Smith Tarot
It is not often that book comes along that really changes the way we understand tarot. Marcus Katz and Tali...May Wine with a Modern Twist
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Melanie Marquis, author of The Witch's Bag of Tricks, A Witch's World of Magick, and the new...