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These candles have full-colour paper labels naming the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus and other planets, with information about their attributes. They are made of soft wax in symbolic colours and will burn continually for at least hours.
They stay alight for many days and are appropriate for petitons and prayers. Some people dress planetary candles with anointing oils; others do not. Lucky Mojo Planetary Oils find general use in dressing candles to represent the deities thus named, to dress any sort of conjure candles whose petitions are appropriate to the deity thus named, or to be worn as personal scents on the days associated with those planets in order to strengthen connections to the deities represented by the Planets.
Lucky Mojo Planetary Incense Powders may be burned on the altar or in a room to bring closer the influences of the deities represented by the Planets.
Lucky Mojo Planetary Bath Crystals may be used in ritual baths or rites of house cleaning on the days of the week associated with the deities represented by the Planets. Lucky Mojo Planetary Sachet Powders may be used to dress petition papers, to dust on the body, or to subtly work into a carpet or door mat on the days of the week symbolically related to the deities represented by the Planets.
All of our Lucky Mojo Planetary products may be combined with our Zodiacal products when working astrologically-based or timed spells. Say your candles were four in number, and they were: Road Opener to clear the way for change and better luck Prosperity - Better Business to increase foot traffic at your shop Love Me to draw your boyfriend closwer to you Break Up to cause your boyfriend and his ex to stop seeing one another Some practitioners would light all four candles at once on one altar.
At Missionary Independent Spiritual Churchwe have FOUR altars, and in this particular case, that selection of candles happens to work out to one candle per altar.
However, if you wished to add the power of the seven sacred planets to your spells, i would suggest that you work by the days of the week and according to planetary indications. In other words, i would recommend that you light TWO candles at a time, each on a different day, one for your petition and one for the ruling deity of that day.
These eight candles could either be placed at the same altar on the different days -- or on different altars on the days indicated.
You do not need to have seven altars, one for each day of the week, in order to work with the energies of the seven planets. You can have four altars, as we do at Missionary Independentand at Four Altars Gospel Sanctuary, or even just two altars -- one facing East for attraction, and one facing West for removal.
If you can only put up one altar, due to space considerations, you can divide it into either two halves, four quadrants, seven planetary segments, or twelve zodiacal regions, as you wish.
Generally these questions take a negative and slightly defeatist tone: I cover such matters in depth there.
Briefly, though, rather then engage in lengthy astrological analysis here or field endless questions about the symbolic relationship of astrological aspects to the kind of work you are doing, i will give you a bit of overarching theory: I would counsel you to consider each planetary, sidereal, solar, and lunar event as a form of astrological weather.
Some astrological events are like the wind -- head winds moving you forward, tail winds impeding your forward motion. Other astrological events are like the clouds, bringing rain or darkness, affecting your mood, perhaps, or causing an abrupt change of plans as you rush to protect items that cannot be rained on.
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