I casted ,drew to me a new love and wealth. Well all the candles but one had burned out. The one left had a tiny struggling flame. I left it to burn out on it's own. When I checked again ,somehow, it had gone wild
in absents and consumed the whole plate of wax roses and even singed my alter. There is smoke damage in my room , but it really should have burned my house down. It was strangely contained some how. How should I read this result? I'm confused. The plate was blown apart . I can see where the spilled wax had continued to burn right on my alter. But the flames must have just died on their own. I know I'm lucky my house did not burn down.
Please your thoughts on how I should read this result. Thank you.
This sounds like it could be resultant of a candle accident. It happens sometimes, especially if there are things with water in them nearby (roses) that can combust or provide fodder for the flame if they come in contact with fire. Never leave candles unattended. That said, the fact that this tiny, struggling flame turned into a near-inferno could be a sign that you will struggle but that struggle will explode into huge success, but the fact that your entire house might have burned down because of this spell might be a warning sign of what will happen when you have achieved this success or before then. That's just the way I read it, though. The only real way to tell what this means is through time and observation of how your life changes (or doesn't change) because of this spell. Be careful & good luck! Bless.
Candle wax itself can be extremely flammable if the flame gets too hot. I had a similar incident a couple of years ago, but I was lucky enough to have a fireplace nearby, so I just kind of set the whole thing in there and kept an eye on it until it went out. I hadn't known before then that candles could do so much damage.
I would say if this is a sign that you should be careful moving forward. It could mean a lot of different things. In the case of a love spell like you said, I would guess it's indicative of an explosive passion or maybe spontaneity. However, as was said above, since the fire could have been catastrophic, it could be a warning sign as well. I would advise to keep your wits about you moving forward and keep your eyes open for other signs, good or bad. Love can be very complicated and often blinding in the beginning. Being aware of the things happening around you and anyred flags can help keep things in perspective, but most importantly, just trust your gut.
I agree with the general consensus. The meaning of such an event typically is that it is a signal you aren't paying attention to what you should be. Possibly both literally and figuratively.
First, obviously, the error of assuming the flame was safe because it was small. Good news is that now you have a personal experience that will keep you more mindful in the future.
Second, it seems you might have someone/thing watching over you and softening the blows. Maybe take a little time to reflect on other 'near miss' situations, or times where maybe something bad happened, but it could have been much worse. (Falling and straining an ankle where you could have broken a bone. Reaching for something high up and getting a bruise when it fell rather than a possible concussion. That sort of thing) Awareness and thankfulness might lead to connecting with a guide or guardian you didn't know was there.
Third, back onto attentiveness. Re-examine the goals you had in mind when working the spell. What exactly were you hoping to gain? Why did you feel the desire (or possibly need) to rely on magic? Are you perhaps missing signals or signs that there are already opportunities floating around you? Maybe something that feels small or like it won't gain you much, but you feel deep down you should be taking care of it. Or that you are otherwise neglecting something when you shouldn't be?
The latter might not necessarily be related to love or wealth either, at least not directly. But perhaps emotionally/spiritually or even health-wise?
Basically, this is a message that you need to take a little time to get your proverbial house a little more in order before you shift attention too far outside yourself.