One of the most used tools in the olden days spanning back through the mysteries of Egypt and Greece, and well into many of the religions that formed afterward, candles were essentially regarded as vessels that carry and deliver prayers. They were also used on an altar to honor gods and goddesses and the four elements.
Even today, they are an important part of ceremonies and creating sacred spaces across many religions and belief systems, all the way to creating a mood for a romantic evening and celebrating a birthday.
Their colors and shapes have different meanings. Red for love or energy, and pink for flirtation, harmony, or emotional healing. Orange for success and motivation, and brown for earthly grounding stability. Black for protection or cursing, and white for holy protection.
Green for prosperity and happiness. Purple for great insight and wisdom. Yellow for success, fame, and glory. Some of the more higher quality candles are made out of beeswax, rather than an artificial...