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The Element of Fire governs the Southern quarter of the circle. It's Dragon Ruler is Fafnir (faf'near) who oversees the Dragons of Fire. It's color is pure red; it is considered warm & dry. The positive associations of Fire are; Noon, Summer, the Dagger & the Sword, Candles, Incense Burner, the Sun, Blood, Enthusiasm, Activity, Change, Passion, Courage, Daring, Will Power, Leadership. Negative are; Hate, Jealousy, Fear, Anger, War, Ego, (D.J.Conway; Dancing with Dragons)
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Red: Energy, vitality, and strength, health, passion, sex, love, protection, fire, fertility, fast action, strength, potency, lust, blood, Physical love and passion, courage, warmth, energy, attraction, magnetism, desire, action, physical strength, power, willpower. Strengthens magnetism in a ritual, creates Ram and Scorpio energies.
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The Elemental Fire's color is red and it rules the warm, hot and dry southern lands of the compass and the summer. Candle magic comes under fire element. It is the element of will, change and passion. It can be a frightening and powerful magic, the results of which manifest quickly. Its magical realm includes sexuality and passion, energy, authority, sex, destruction of negativity and purification. It is the most primal and spiritual element. It's also very physical and so is much used.
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Gabija (pronounced GA-bee-jah) is the Lithuanian Goddess of Fire and the Hearth. As Gabjauja, she was also Goddess of Corn and other Grains. When a follower laid out a fire or a meal, they would give an offering to Gabija as well—water for a fire, and beer for a meal. Gabija’s fire protected the home from thieves and demons, and could only be put out with pure water. With the advent of Christianity, Gabija was identified with St. Agnes.
Fire Goddess Warrior | LucindaKinch.com I am the creator and destroyer. The giver of life and death. I am mindful with my actions as I know I have the power to transform in a flash. I hereby banish negativity. I am the transmuter, the passionate lover, and the warrior of the Divine. I burn up the seeds of old karma to purify the new way. I have the power to forgive, release and rebirth all things in my path to serve my highest light. I SHINE.
Mahuika is the Māori Fire Goddess. In some legends, she is the younger sister of Hine-nui-te-pō, Goddess of Death. It was from her that Māui obtained the secret of making fire. She married Auahi-Turoa and together they had five children, named for the five fingers on the human hand, called collectively Ngā Mānawa. The symbolism of this connection between fingers and fire is revealed in the stories where Māui obtains fire from Mahuika by tricking her into giving him her fingernails, one by one.