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Sean R. R.
09 Jun 2015, 00:36
So, last night I did a small ritual to contact some Demons for reasons, and I finished the ritual by leaving a candle lit for my Succubus, sort of out of gratitude, as she always helps me during ritual.

I have 5 small candles on my altar, I lit the middle one that's just in front of the idol that represents my succubus. The moment the candle wax was consumed and the flame went out, the other 4 candles on my altar suddenly lit themselves before my very own eyes.

This was pretty cool, but I don't know what it means. I asked my succubus but she refused to answer, and I'll probably try asking the demons I worked with last night during the week. But in the meantime I wanted to know if you had similar experiences like this? I have never seen a demon/spirit affect the material world to this extent.

Willow
09 Jun 2015, 07:55
I'm not Left-Hand, but I just wanted to say that that is pretty neat (and nothing I've encountered comes to mind as being in that ballpark). I look forward to seeing the responses to this thread. :)

Norse_Angel
09 Jun 2015, 07:58
I've had candles go out as I've finished rituals and offerings. But never had anything light itself. Be careful, you don't want your house to burn down. XD

Sean R. R.
10 Jun 2015, 13:31
I've had candles go out as I've finished rituals and offerings. But never had anything light itself. Be careful, you don't want your house to burn down. XD

Any idea of what it might be?

And I doubt my Succubus would burn my house down lmao.

AntonBRaxas
17 Jun 2015, 23:59
It could be a reaction to show confirmation of your ritual lighting as acceptable to your Succubus. Other than that, I have no clue.

Tylluan Penry
18 Jun 2015, 04:03
Dont rule out dodgy candles. A couple of years back I remember some candles on general sale had to be recalled because they were relighting after they'd been blown out etc. Caused a couple of house fires so do be careful.
Otherwise wait and see - and do let us know cos it's fascinating!

Willow
18 Jun 2015, 17:19
Dont rule out dodgy candles. A couple of years back I remember some candles on general sale had to be recalled because they were relighting after they'd been blown out etc. Caused a couple of house fires so do be careful.
Otherwise wait and see - and do let us know cos it's fascinating!

Wow, I didn't know candles could re-light themselves... were they made of a different kind of wax/wick than the average candle?

*looks sideways at the candle stash...*

MaskedOne
18 Jun 2015, 19:18
Wow, I didn't know candles could re-light themselves... were they made of a different kind of wax/wick than the average candle?

*looks sideways at the candle stash...*

I haven't heard of standard candles doing relighting.


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trick_candles

Will but they're specially designed for it. Maybe someone mislabeled a batch of them.

Willow
18 Jun 2015, 20:51
I haven't heard of standard candles doing relighting.


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trick_candles

Will but they're specially designed for it. Maybe someone mislabeled a batch of them.

Hmm that would make more sense. Perhaps I can take down the candle-oriented surveillance cameras after all.

Tylluan Penry
18 Jun 2015, 22:49
Candles can do all sorts of things, sometimes prompted by the paranormal, sometimes just bad candle-making.
Yours does sound more paranormal though. We've had it here and it's quite unnerving.

Sean R. R.
22 Jun 2015, 12:39
Well the candles were brand new and never lit before. That's what makes me lay on the paranormal side of the phenomenon.