Red is for Fire and the South, noon, and summer. Place your red candle in the six o’clock position.
Fire represents light, the Sun, lightning, fertility, power, joy, ambition, inspiration, and achievement, and also the destruction of what is now no longer needed.
Like Air, Fire represents the yang, a male god in the form of the Sun deities.
Fire rituals are good when you need power or you have an important issue that needs energy.
They are effective against drought, global warming, all pollution caused by burning fuels or chemicals, forest fires and the ‘slash and burn’ policy in rainforests.
Surround your Fire candle with golden sunflowers or chrysanthemums, tiny mirrors that reflect the light and clear crystal quartz, which is called in the Orient ‘the essence of the dragon’.