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A Pink Candle Spell

Here is a pink candle love spell that you might find works very well.  It was originally a woman’s spell, because of the phallic shape of the candle, but there should be no reason a man couldn’t perform this spell.

First you will need a pink candle that will burn down in due time. I suggest a votive sized candle.

You will have to inscribe it (see below), so do not use a candle that is too small.  It can be be larger than a votive light (i.e. a pillar candle)

Prepare your altar and decorate it with those things precious to you and to the one you love. Using a rose thorn from a white rose bush, inscribe the words “All my love come to me” 3 times on the candle. Place the inscribed candle in the center of the altar and light it. For the entire time the candle burns, gaze upon it and visualize your love coming to you in all their wholeness and soulful entirety. When the candle burns out, collect the wax puddle that remains, wrap it up with the items from the altar and keep it all in a safe place until you decide it’s the right time to dispose of your spell remains.

The result of this spell will not give you a slave kind of love from the person: but you will receive ALL the love that person has for you — which may be less than, as much as, or more than the love you have for them. Accept the degree of love you receive with grace and tenderness. A person is capable of only so much love, and the Universe (God) has made them this way. It is not up to us to force them to be a different person than what God made them to be

If — in the future —  you no longer desire to receive this person’s love, dispose of the spell’s ritual remains in an uncomplicated  way. Depending on your situation, the wax puddle can be burned on a fire, buried at a crossroads, thrown into running water, mailed to him, ground to shavings and baked into a cake — or whatever you feel is right. But it is your responsibility to dispose of it if you no longer want to be loved in any way by this person. You have choices and you much choose the method that suits both you and the nature of the spell the best.

Soulmate Pendulum Divination

The pendulum can be used for many things: finding lost objects, discovering hidden treasures, divining water, communicating with spirits of the dead, diagnosing illness or prescribing medicine. One of the uses that you can use the pendulum for is in determining whether or not a particular lover is the right one for you.

The pendulum itself should be a ring suspended on a length of pink thread or ribbon. Many women use their mother’s wedding band for the ring; however, if you don’t have your mother’s ring, you can always purchase a cheap fake wedding or engagement ring. The only other thing you need is a personal connection with the lover you are wondering about. This can be an piece of his or her clothing, a handkerchief, a watch, ring, or other piece of jewelry, a photograph, or anything similar that has a direct link with the person. In hoodoo, this would be considered a personal concern, which is an important item to have in doing any kind of hoodoo working. Many people will gather hair or fingernail clippings from the person.

Sit with the object, photograph, or whatever personal concern you have in front of you and hold the pendulum over it. Start off by praying or otherwise centering yourself. You don’t want to be anxious about it and possibly skew the results. Invite God and the Universe to flow into you and guide the pendulum to the right answer.  Let the Universe guide you toward your soulmate in a very natural, loving, easy, calm way.  You don’t want to hurry this process or push it. After all, finding your soulmate is not something to rush into!

It doesn’t matter whether or not your elbow rests on the table, but hold the thread so that the ring is suspended about an inch or so above the object. Allow seven inches of the thread between your fingers and the ring.

The pendulum will start to swing. If it swings backwards and forwards, towards you and away from you, then it means “yes,” that person is the right one for you. But if it swings from side to side, across you, then it means “no,” they are not right for you. With some people the pendulum may swing in a circle, rather than backwards and forwards. If it does, then clockwise means “Yes” and
counterclockwise means “no.”

Further Reading: How Do You Know You Have Found a Soulmate?

You may also be interested in:

How to Use Hoodoo to Find Your Soul Mate

Soulmate Spell

Soulmate Tarot Card Reading

Are They Your Soulmate?

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