Candle Colors

White – an all-purpose color, white typically represents the Goddess on an altar and corresponds with unity, purity, cleaning, balance, healing, innocence and truth.

Black – black has a bad rep as being a thing of darkness and evil, but is actually the opposite as the perfect candle for releasing negativity. It is also associated with binding, protection, grounding, wisdom, learning, defense and scrying.

Brown – an often overlooked color, brown is perfect for resonating with anything earth and home based, as well as house blessing, animal magick, concentration, stability, food and aiding in financial crisis.

Silver – another color often associated with the Goddess, silver is perfect for personifying female divinity, stability, astral energy, telepathy, psychic awareness, intuition, dreams, victory, meditation, communication and moon magick.

Purple – the color of divine and royalty, purple is associated with all things on high as well as wisdom, spiritual energy, changing of luck, independence, hidden knowledge, the third eye and to drive away evil.

Blue – a common color associated with water and healing, blue is perfect for communication and especially opening blocked communication, will power, wisdom, protection, calm, good fortune, forgiveness, truth, fidelity, patience, harmony, organization and astral projection.

Green – green is a multi-use color often associated with a variety of properties including prosperity, abundance, monetary success, tree and plant magick, growth, the achievement of personal goals, physical and emotional healing, growth, luck, marriage and weather.

Pink – a color of love and nurturing, pink is perfect for affection, romance, caring, friendship, partnership, spiritual and emotional healing, caring, domestic harmony, protection of children, self-improvement, planetary well being and maturity.

Red – the fiery color of  the fire element also represents passion, vitality, strength, survival, fertility, courage,  lust, sexual potency, action, danger, war, conflict, independence, competition, assertiveness and blood of the moon.

Orange – orange is primary a color of creativity and self-expression, but also more worldly concerns such as overcoming addiction, legal matters and justice, business success, ambition, opportunity, celebration and investments.

Gold – gold typically represents the God and the masculine in an altar setting as well as great fortune, abundance, prosperity, male energy, understanding, fast luck, solar energy, positivity, justice, health, attraction and happiness.

Yellow – the color that usually represents the air element, yellow can be used to represent pleasure, success, learning, memory, imagination, inspiration, concentration, solar magick, confidence, travel and flexibility.