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The craziest thing
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Post # 1
I was praying,
for about an hour. Singing praises, reading aloud, and just worshiping...
Well, I also had my candle lit...
When I tried to blow it out, It came back on. And then again. And again. and one more time before it finally blew out for good.
Does this happen to anyone else???
I was amazed.
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Re: The craziest thing
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Post # 2
Yes candles can behave in strange ways. Once I did a spell jointly with someone from another part of the world and our candles behave in the exact same manner during the spell.

Another time I did a spell regarding some money someone owed to me and the candle kept falling over and outing.

The behaviour can be interpreted. Your candle seem to be behaving positively "crazy"
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Re: The craziest thing
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 3
Sometimes the wick of a candle, and the melted wax, become so hot that when the flame is "blown out" it immediately re-lights. This is why in a Catholic church the candles are "snuffed" out, because it's safer. Some of those very large candles get very hot!
Better, really, to snuff out the flame; or even "pinch" the wick between thumb and finger!
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Re: The craziest thing
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Post # 4
See, I can understand that. I thought about snuffing it out but I didn't want to get burnt? How does that work?
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Re: The craziest thing
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Post # 5
The action is very quick (slow enough to snuff the flame, of course), and the moisture in the skin evaporates, making a minute barrier. It's how people can walk across a bed of hot coals. The steam from the moisture in the soles of their feet protects them.

If you would feel safer, moisten your finger and thumb before pinching the wick.

Sometimes a bit of wick material or wax will stick to your fingers and cause a minor burn. It isn't a constant occurrence, but it is possible.
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Re: The craziest thing
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 6
But there are also candle snuffers; little metal "cups" with a handle. Any hardware , or magical, shop will sell them.
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Re: The craziest thing
By: / Beginner
Post # 7
or just put any cup made of something that wont catch fire you don't need a special thing to stop fire you just need any place that air will burn oat in but i just do it with my fingers
p.s. heat needs time to burn something so as for doing it with fingers just do one swift motion don't hesitate
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