Bright Blessings Witches, Witchlings, and Witchlets! Welcome to this week’s installment in my Answer a Witchcraft Question from Google Series. This is where I, the Resident Witch of Printable Witchcraft and Candle Cross Coven, answer questions having to do with the Craft that are posed on the Internet. Today we’re talking sigil colors. Without further ado, let’s dive in!
“When drawing sigils do I have to make them in black?”
From my Candle Magick: Expectation vs Reality post:
Correspondence of color is a fundamental pillar in magick and has been for eons. The presence of color in everyday life as well as the mystical arts has lent aid to practitioners of the past and present. Therefore, color correspondence is itself a basic tenet of magick.
The Meanings of Sigil Colors
The following color correspondences are generally accepted by the mystic community. However, going back to the tenet that magick comes from within, if you find a particular color speaks differently to you, by all means follow your intuition. We all relate to different colors differently. Experimentation is highly encouraged, especially when a color aligns outside of these parameters.
SIGIL COLORS INCLUDING BLACK
To answer this week’s question, no you do not have to make sigils in black. Any color you choose will be fine. I do suggest amplifying your magickal pursuits by layering in color that corresponds to what your intention is. But again, this is completely up to you.
Another witchcraft question, another answer from Printable Witchcraft. Do you use color magick? How about when making your own sigils? Let me know in the comments. And as always, Bright Blessings and Happy Crafting!
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