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Yes/No Question Candle Magick for Yule


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December 20th, 2012, 06:01 AM
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I found this in a magazine, and it doesn't fit with my plans this year, but it's a solution to the old problem we've encountered many times on Spiritual Living of how to address a yes/no question with divination, as many of us here know you can use pendulums but they're not 100% accurate, and oracle card readings rarely give a definitive yes/no.

Thought some of you may find it useful at Yule so am sharing it here as well.

Take two candles and scratch the word yes (or Y) into one and no (or N) into the other.

Ask the candles the yes/no question three times. Make sure you have made the question as clear and simple as possible before you do. You are, of course, asking the universe, or if you like, your higher guidance, but the candles are the vehicle by which you'll be answered.

Light both candles - fire safety first girls, make sure they're in secure holders, and keep an eye on them. The one that burns down first holds the answer.

As you probably don't want two candles burning for a long period of time due to fire safety, t-lites would be ideal for this.
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