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LMFan wrote:What if it's really slow to burn, looks like it's going to go out and any moment-- but then starts to burn strong-- the glass is clear?
basilthyme wrote: If a candle burning on a honey jar has no wax dripping, no flame dipping and no signs in the http://luckymojo.com/candlemagicdivination.html -- what does it mean?
Does it mean i am burning wrong candles, like dripless / parafin? Is it essential to use beeswax candles to see the signs?
catherineyronwode wrote:The "three method" that Mary mentions above was taught to me like this:
Look for SIGNS in THREE DAYS.
Look for MOVEMENT in THREE WEEKS.
Look for COMPLETION in THREE MONTHS.
You had a slight connection in the virtual world. You upped the ante by lighting a Come To Me candle. Then you waited for a sign. He responded by shutting you out of his virtual world -- a clear sign of non-interest. He has free will, you have free will, and when he felt the "come to me" vibes you sent out, he ran away. End of virtual romance. There is no reason to pursue him. Look for someone else.
Rukia Fae wrote:I looked at the candle divination section, but did not see an answer that I think applies...
I burned a glass encased divination candle with the petition taped to the bottom. I dressed the candle myself with oil and herbs. The candle burned cleanly (no smoke, strong flame) for the entire duration. It extinguished earlier today.
I was looking at the remains and do not know how to interpret. Around the bottom perimeter of the glass (just at the edges, not the entire bottom) is a small ring of wax, and in the center the herb remains.
can anyone assist in helping me interpret? TIA!
Rukia Fae wrote:the glass is clear, and free of wax residue along the sides. there are a few herbs still at the top- held by in place by oil, not wax.
There is one small soot mark also at the top- possibly from where i initially lit it. no other soot or wax remains. It burned clear through to the bottom.
It burned about 4-5 days (lit on tuesday i think, and went out saturday)- which is typical of this candle.
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