May/June 2016 Issue
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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 Poet's Society and a charter member of M.A.G.I.C., a magical writer's and artist's organization. Dorothy is a Wiccan High... Read more
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