The element of Fire:
Zodiac Signs: Leo, Sagittarius, Aries
Planets: Sun, Mars
Time of Life: Youth and Adolescence
Time of Day: Noon
Days of the Week: Sunday, Tuesday
Associations: Action, The Will, Passion, Sex, Anger, Desire, Energy, Work, Purification, Destruction, Strength, Protection, Consuming, Motivation, Sexuality, Health, Will Power, Change, Courage, Love
Goddesses: Brigid, Chantico, Fornax, Gabija, Hestia, Nantosuelta, Oynyena, Pele, Vesta,
Gods: Adranus, Agni, Gerra, Gibil, Grannus, Hephaestus, Kagutsuchi, Kōjin, Kresnik, Nusku, Sethlans, Tatewari, Verbti, Vulcan, Xiuhtecuhtli, Zhu Rong
Magical Power: To will
Magical Tools: Athame, Sword, Candle, Flame, Scourge, Wand, Staff
Types of Magic: Banishing, Exorcism, Purification, Tantra, Sex, Empowering, Protection, Success, Fire Divination, Candle Magic, Rituals to the Sun, Fire Scrying, Candle Gazing
Colors: Deep Yellows, Reds, Oranges, Golds
Musical Instruments: Violins, Guitars, Lyres, Harps,
Animals: Lizards, Snakes, Lions
Mythological: Salamanders, Dragons, Phoenix
Trees: Thorn, Holly, Oak
Herbs: Basil, Cinnamon, Garlic
Native Plants: Spanish Dagger, Oaks, Juniper, Sunflower, Chiletepin
Stones: Amber, Bloodstone, Carnelian, Citrine, Diamond, Garnet, Ruby, Tiger's Eye
Metals: Brass, Gold, Steel
Chakras: Solar Plexus
The Alchemy Symbol for Fire
Positive Characteristics of the Fire Element:
Energetic, Enthusiastic, Courageous, Daring, Faithful, Passionate, Lust, Sexual Frenzy, Virility, Initiates Action, Provides Motivation, Drives Completion, Fast Acting, Transformation.
Negative Characteristics of the Fire Element:
Stubborn, Greedy, Jealous, Angry, Resentful, Aggression, Reckless Behavior, Lack of Interest, Egotistic, Excessive Self-Centeredness, Self- Importance, Stress, Nervous, Tension, Violence, Burn-out, Dominating, Apathy, Boredom, Inferiority, Laziness, Lack of Energy.
Fire is a very fast acting and sometime all-consuming element. Fire element's nature is to change the
structure of whatever it touches into new state of being. With the element of fire one must take precautions
when working with its very nature.
It represents the life force glowing within us. This element projects self-expression, creativity, courage
and enthusiasm. Feel the comforting warmth of a fire, or heat when you come in from the cold. We need fire
to meet the basic need of cooking our food. Fire provides a sense of security, warmth and t inspiration that
is shared with those around. Fire strengthens self-confidence to tackle problems without hesitation.
Without fire, there is no radiance, no conviction, no expression.