What do you do when a candle doesn't burn out in a spell?
Candles are a common component of many spells and rituals.
If the candle is a spell candle with a specific single use, you should allow the entire candle to burn out on its own. If you must leave the area, place it somewhere safe and fire proof. I have left candles to burn out in the bathtub (no water in it) when I had to leave.
If the candle is a spell candle, made with the expectation of relighting it, for example a seven-day prosperity spell, the candle is snuffed out, (do not blow it out) at the end of the allotted time of that segment of the spell.
If the candle is part of a ritual, for example: the elemental candles used when calling a dismissing the elements (quarters, directions) then the candle may be snuffed out when you dismiss the elemental.
If the candle is part of a ritual and used to invoke the deities then it should not be put out at the end of the ritual, but allowed to burn out on its own. In the case of large multi-use candles sometimes used for this purpose, you may snuff out the candle when you are dismantling the Altar after the ritual.
When you try to light a piece of solid wax, it melts, but it does not burn. If solid wax doesnt burn, how does a candle burn? Is it the string wick that is in the middle of the candle that burns? String will burn, but it doesnt burn like a candle does. How then does a candle burn? When you light the wick of a candle, the wax at the top of the candle…
actually the color does not effect how fast the candle burn, i got confused of " Does candle's color effect how candle's burn?"but i think the color does not effect how candle burns. But some people will think that the white or yello candle will burn slower because color will obsorb the heat more. Hope i have answered your question.
What earth process would it be if you put your hand next to a candle flame it doesnt really hurt but if you put your hand directly above the flame you burn yourself?
when a candle burns, the wax is reacting with oxygen in the air to give out heat and light. If you give the candle more oxygen then it will burn brighter, but it will burn out more quickly. It all depends whether the candle has a high or low concentration of oxygen. The main reason why the candle burns brighter is because there is a better chance that the oxygen will bump into the wax…