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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Does anyone out there do candle wax readings?

Hi, I was working a 9 day red pillar candle that was supposed to be a stand-in for a red skull reconciliation candle.

The first 4 nights went by quite normally and the candle burned cleaning and smoothly.

Today, on the 5th day, with the candle being about half way down, a very clean slit opened on the side causing all the wax to come spilling out. I have a huge pool of wax on the pix of the skull below the candle plus on top of my fridge cascading halfway down the front of my fridge.

I’m not sure if that means the spell I was working “split and failed” or I finally “split and got into his head” since it was a skull spell.

I’d love to hear any thoughts if anyone has time. Thank you!!

Answer by Tim S
I can do the reading

“You are a moron.”

Oh the candle called you a moron it must be true. The candle does not lie.

Answer by Hanseugen
From your elucidation on this story, it would appear that your quest(ion) has been foretold. Your intuition should be giving you the answer. This was a great posting.

Answer by Sue
I would need to know more details about the spell to really advise you – but since that is not really the idea (to keep Silent…) here’s my thoughts.

Don’t get caught up in the whys and wherefores of what happens to the spell components – sometimes thing just happen and it doesn’t mean a thing other than ‘it happened’ (hence my needing far more in depth info about the spell – like what – why- circumstances leading to it – thougths you had while preparing for it etc etc etc.

My first bit of advice would be this tho — which any divinator worth their salt will tell you – is what was your first thought on finding the candle like that? Gut reaction tells you far more than deep thought and autopsies on spellcraft.

However if you’re still at a loss;

Have a think about why you performed the spell (be HONEST)
Have a think about what you wanted to achieve
try to remember any other related thoughts you were having during the time the candle was lit over those few days.
Go over how you worded it, how you prepared for it etc
See if there is anything at all that could have affected the outcome one way or another.

Remember the basic ‘rules’ of magic – never perform a spell that goes against the laws of nature and never perform a directed love spell unless BOTH of you agree and are willing.

The thing about spellcraft is that you have to KNOW with every fibre of your being that It WILL Work. Period. There should be no room for speculation as that rather implies lack of faith in the results – anything as an aside to that should really be put firmly out of your mind – especially since the spell is still in progress. The only change here is that if your first gut reaction was ‘oh it’s over’ then stop – you may not be able to burn the candle any more in any case..

If you didn’t really have a gut reaction or if you feel there is ‘more to it’ and have any nagging doubts and don’t know if there is any reason why the candle split (besides being possibly not quite so well made as it could have been – which isn’t anything to get upset about – a ‘new candle’ does not specify a new and Perfect candle – and nature is rarely perfect!) then chances are it ‘just happened’

If you are unsure in any way stop the spell, if you find your answer in your ‘gut reaction’ then go with whatever that tells you to do.

Answer by Shadow Storm ☥ Witch ✡ Healer ☯
It’s for reconciliation, this means that you can do this over and over again (up to three times would be best) until you see results.

My take on this is that you are going to see results, that it’s working but I’d still re-do it for better results or longer lasting results.

Shadow Storm

PS you should try placing the candle on top of a jar filled with the persons’s name and some honey. You can continue to burn candles over it even if the wax drippings completely cover your jar and just keep doing that until you see results. I’ve had some of these jars just completely hidden under a lump of wax before.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : WoT: When did Rand realize he was no longer in love with Egwene?

My GF is just starting book 4 and got to the scene where Rand is confronted by Elayne and Egwene (where Egwene breaks the news that she doesn’t love him, and Elayne relates that she does). Anyway, she seems to think that Rand is still in love with Egwene at this point and simply trying to act like he doesn’t care.

I was pretty sure from previous readings that both Egwene and Rand had come to the same conclusion seperately and were jointly dreading the actual act of telling the other how their feelings have changed. Am I wrong?

Answer by i_be_superminion
I think (wow, it’s been a while since I read that one) that he was trying to love Egwene at the time, out of loyalty to their relationship when they were still in Two Rivers, but didn’t really. He did love Elayne and I think he was also oddly fascinated by his memory of Min, though I don’t think she reappeared until later.

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It gets even more complicated when he realises he also loves Min!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : I love acting and I want to be an actor!?

im going into high school next year and ever since i was 4 or 5 i always had a special feeling that was unexplanable. it always felt like i knew i was going to go some where and be involved the entertainment industry but i didn’t know and still don’t know how to explain this feeling. i love acting. acting is my passion! i even spend hoursm writing monologues or finding monologues from plays on the interent. last year i got an A- in drama and now ive been getting B+ which is not bad. this is my dream. tommorow im presenting a play in front of the class. how do i achieve my dream of becomning an actor? please don’t laugh, i know i sound dumb but…..

also, can you help me with this:
-my nervousness infront of people
-being comfortable infront of an audience
-and getting deep, deep into the charecter

also, my mom might sighn me up for acting classes. thanks.

i know the chances are rare but i have a feeling…..?

Answer by ♥Stephanie♥
If you surely love acting then I would suggest you to live your dreams! 😛
Just feel confident in yourself that you can become an actress/actor some day.

Don’t you worry about being nervous infront of people just thing that you are just acting infront of no one!
Just don’t be unconfortable, just have fun on stage!
I you love acting then show all your talents! 🙂

Answer by …..
Study! Study! Study!
Practice! Practice! Practice!

Read books on acting. Stanislavsky, Uta Hagen, Sarah Bernhardt etc.

Go see any plays you can (even the horrid ones) and if you can’t see lots of plays, find movies that rely on acting.

And most importantly: get used to rejection. Even the best, (and luckiest) spend years getting turned down for every part they audition for. It’s part of the field.

Also, broaden your studies. Good actors take years of acting classes. Great actors spend their lives studying everything they can get their hands on.

Answer by Susan
go for it its will be your dream come true
ihad the acting bug at 7 yeasrs same as my singing now

Answer by Favour
Here I have tips and steps to help you:

Tip: There are sites where you can get casting calls ( audition) here are good legitimate sites where you can make free profiles – actors access, now casting. You can also Google your city and audition and see what you get but be aware of scammers

Tip:NEVER pay anything upfront. STAY AWAY from John Robert Powers, Barbizon,Nova Talent,John Casablanca and any other “acting school” that makes you pay thousands of dollars!

Here are the basic step to being an actor( I am simplifying the process it is a lot harder and complicated than simple steps because along the way you are never guaranteed success BUT for simplicity sake)

Enroll in acting class. Good actors study their entire lives. To choose a good class, ask trusted, successful professionals for references.

Get a headshots ( pictures)

Compose a resume of all the work you have done so far. As your body of work grows, drop the less professional work (such as school plays) from your resume.

Send your headshot and resume with a brief cover letter to all the casting directors and agents in your area. Follow up with postcards every four to six months, updating them on your current acting projects.

Read the trade papers regularly: “Backstage,” “Dramalogue,” “The Ross Reports” and “Variety,” as well as online publications , as appropriate. Know what is being cast where, and send headshots and notes directly to directors and producers whenever possible, requesting auditions.

Always accept invitations to industry events and parties, and meet industry professionals whenever possible. Who you know is extremely important.

Acting is a tough business; make sure your personality is suited for the ups and downs. If not, amateur theater is also a good way to practice your craft.

Be skeptical of shady services offered to actors; there are many scams that prey on the dreams of actors.


Answer by TruthTeller59
I’m an LA Actor giving you the REAL DEAL!

Here’s the cliffsnotes version of what you can do to do to get into acting and eventually get an agent:


READ (check Samuel French, libraries, and bookstores):

*=Highly recommend

Acting business:
*Acting is Everything: Gold Edition-Judy Kerr
*How to Be a Working Actor-Mari Lyn Henry and Lynne Rogers
*Self Management for Actors-Bonnie Gillespie
-How to Get Arrested-J. Wallach Michael and Paul Thurwachter
*An Agent Tells All-Tony Martinez
-How To Book Acting Jobs in TV and Film-Cathy Reinking
-One Less Bitter Actor: The Actor’s Survival Guide-Markus Flanagan
-So You Want to Be in Showbusiness?- Steve R. Stevens
-Acting Truths and Lies (purchased at

*Book the Job-Doug Warhit
*Intent to Live-Larry Moss
-Acting for the Camera-Tony Barr
-Acting in Film-Michael Caine
-Acting Class: Take a Seat-Milton Katselas

Method Acting:
*Art of Acting-Stella Adler
-Sanford Meisner on Acting-Sanford Meisner
-A Dream of Passion-Lee Strasberg
*Actor’s Art and Craft-William Esper
-The Power of the Actor-Ivanna Chubbuck
-No Acting Please-Eric Morris
-Respect for Acting-Uta Hagen
-Challenge to the Actor-Uta Hagen
-You Can Act!-D.W. Brown
-Strasberg’s Method-Lorrie Hull

*8 Characters of Comedy-Scott Sedita
-The Sitcom Career Book-Mary Lou Belli

-Anything by Viola Spolin
-Steve Book on Acting: Improv
-Improvise: Scene from the Inside Out-Mick Napier

Auditioning/Cold Reading:
*How to Get the Part Without Falling Apart-Margie Haber
*Audition-Michael Shurtleff
*The 15 Guideline Map to Booking-Amy Lyndon
-Secrets to Successful Cold Readings-Glenn Alterman


Regardless of how “naturally talented” you might be, you NEED training, PERIOD!

Definitely take classes in:
-Cold Reading/Auditioning
-Scene study

3. Get GREAT headshots

Here’s is a good place to start:

4. Build Your Resume and Reel Doing Student films and Indie Films. Also do plays to build your acting experience.

Sample Resume:

How to make an ACTING resume:

The ONLY LEGIT Online sites that you can find jobs on your own through:

Free but proceed with caution:

5. Get an Agent

Look up LEGIT agencies here:

To get an agent, you need to get GREAT headshots, a good resume, and training from the best. These are enough to get you a commercial agent at least. Getting a GOOD theatrical agent (Film/tv) takes longer. Most good theatrical agents won’t see you unless you’re SAG, have a polished resume, and a demo reel. Commercial agents are more lenient about that. What the best Commercial agents want to see on your resume are good commercial classes, improv, and cold reading.

You can get an agent multiple ways. Here are a few common ways:
-Mail in an unsealed manilla envelope with a CONCISE coverletter and headshot with the resume stapled on the back. If you have a demoreel include that too.
-Attend a showcase and impress them. By showcase I do not mean scammy conventions like IMTA, IPOP, Proscout, or Best New Talent. I mean legit ones like at Actor Connection, Reel pros, Network Studios, etc.
-Get a referral from a friend who is with the agency that you’re interested in

-Email them unless they tell you to. IT’S UNPROFESSIONAL!
-Call unless they tell you to. ALSO UNPROFESSIONAL!
-Walk in and ask for a meeting. UNPROFESSIONAL THREE!
-Sign with them if they ask for upfront money, make you take new photos with THEIR photographer, or take THEIR classes. Agent’s ONLY make money when you do. Agents usually make 10% on film/tv and commercials and 20% on commercial print

Answer by ducky
For your nervousness in front of people:
First, practice feeling comfortable in front of complete strangers. When you are in the check out line at Target, start up a conversation with the cashier. “Hello! How has your day been today? Good, me too! This weather has been just crazy lately!” I know it may sound kinda cheesy but believe me it helps!

For being comfortable in front of an audience:
First, remember, they are just people! Don’t worry about them judging you, that is something you really do have to try and get over. Now, most of them probably don’t want to get up and do what you are doing! It is impressive because this is something you love so much you are willing to get over a fear to do it! Just act like you are good friends with each and every one of them. Now, would you be afraid to do this in front of your best friends or parents, siblings, etc? Probably not. Just go for it, and by the end of a performance, you will probably feel very comfortable in front of them!

For getting deep, deep into the character:

Read the script twice. Now, look at every sentence your character is saying. What do they mean by that line? Are they a blunt and honest person just saying what they mean? Or are they modest and shy trying to criticize nicely? Those are character traits! They are open and honest or shy and modest. Now, also, when you read the script in your mind, how does the character talk or say things? What does she feel? Just portray it like you hear it in your head.

Finally, and most importantly, for getting started in acting.I have modified another answer of mine a bit. Here it is:

Now, you need to take classes. It is very important, and you will learn alot!
Knowledge is key. The more you know, the farther you’ll go! 🙂 Learn about headshots, acting resumes, monologues, scripts/sides, open casting calls, auditions, agents, how to know when it’s a scam (a class, audition, agent, ect.).

After you take some classes, you need some headshots. DON’T spend a ton of money on them. You can get them for $ 125 in some places. (Although that may sound expensive, some people will thy to charge you a lot more.) When you choose a photographer, make sure that a) it isn’t a scam, and b) he/she is a photographer who has a lot of experience doing acting headshots.Also, if you don’t want to spend money on a headshot right away, you can just choose a nice photo of you that is a picture of your face. For headshots, don’t have crazy makeup, clothing, backgrounds, or a crazy hairstyle. Show your face- don’t let your hair cover it up. Also, you may get a few different shots that show what character you look like. Let’s say there is a male actor. He may have two headshots- one for the character of a Dad, and one for the character of a tought cop. But, for starters, I reccomend keeping it sweet and simple. 🙂

Going to open casting calls is GREAT!! You don’t have to sign up ahead of time to go, and you don’t need an agent to go to one. If they cost any money, it’s probably a scam.

Getting an agent is a big step. DON’T let them scam you. If you have to pay any money upfront, it’s a scam. Just google “acting agents in (wherever you live)” or something like that, or ask your acting coach or friends.Going to an audition is something your agent will probably have to get you (but not neccesarily).

There are lots to learn about each of these categories. One of the most important things to learn is how to spot a scam. Remember, knowledge is key. The internet has lots of information on it, so use it! Google stuff….
Here are some categories you should search and learn more about:

acting classes in (wherever you live), how to spot an acting class scam, first time audition tips, audition tips, what to wear to an audition, what to bring to an audition, how to act at an audition, open casting calls in (wherever you live), what are open casting calls (just to learn more about them), casting call tips, headshot tips (also be sure to learn how to know if a photographer is scamming you), avoid acting agent scams

This website has quite a bit about scams:

The reason why I have talked so much about avoiding scams is because they are easy to fall into in the acting business, and there are lots of scams.

If this your passion, go for it! Don’t be held back by the thought that “chances are rare.” Just go for it! Considering you have felt like this since you were 4 or 5, this is probably not “just a phase.” You enjoy learning lines and reading new scripts. This is something fun for you! Go for it, it really does sound like your passion. Your question isn’t dumb or silly, this really does sound like your passion!

Sorry, I know this is a long answer! Just keep working hard and you’ll go far! Hope this all helps!

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