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As part of the Altar Series, The Light Within is an unscented candle, crafted of white wax in a frosted white vessel. The color white holds significant symbolism in various magical and spiritual practices. Here are some of its primary associations:

Purity and Cleansing: White is often associated with purity, innocence, and cleanliness. In magical practices, it may be used for purification rituals or to cleanse a space, object, or individual of negative energy.

Protection: White is believed to offer protection against negative energies or harmful influences. It's often used in protective spells or amulets.

Peace and Harmony: The color white is used to promote peace, harmony, and tranquility. It can be employed in rituals aimed at calming disputes, fostering peace of mind, or creating a harmonious environment.

Spiritual Enlightenment: White is often associated with higher spiritual states, divine connections, and enlightenment. It can be used in rituals or practices aimed at spiritual growth and connecting with higher powers or the divine.

Healing: In some traditions, white is associated with healing, particularly spiritual or emotional healing. It can be used in healing rituals or to represent healing energies.

New Beginnings: The color white can symbolize new beginnings, fresh starts, and purity of purpose. It's sometimes used in rituals marking significant life changes or new phases.

All-Purpose: In some magical practices, white is considered an all-purpose color. It can be used as a substitute for any other color and is believed to embody all colors within it.

Connection to the Moon: White is often associated with the moon in various magical traditions, symbolizing intuition, psychic abilities, and feminine energy.

Angelic Associations: White is sometimes associated with angels or benevolent spirits, representing guidance, support from higher realms, and spiritual purity.

Clarity and Truth: White can represent clarity, truth, and objectivity. It's used in practices that seek to uncover the truth or gain a clear understanding of a situation.


The significance of white in magic can vary across different cultures and belief systems. Its associations are influenced by cultural, religious, and personal beliefs, and it is often adapted to fit the unique practices of individual practitioners or traditions.

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