Alrightey, ready yourselves for a photo extravaganza! Here goes:
In figure one, we see everything we will need for this (oil, candle, hair/personal item from target, spare candle, lighter, optional tweezers, and a screw that is SUPPOSED TO represent a nail, except some dirtbag walked off with my 10d nails this morning..ahem.) You do not need A Higher Source Fast Luck Oil, particularly, it is just representative of a ritual oil. You also do not need an ORANGE MAN FIGURE candle - use the right color and sex for your ritual.
In figure two, we see a man candle with initials written over the heart. You should CARVE THESE INITIALS with a nail or pin into this area, but for reasons of visibility, I have used a marker so you can see what I mean.
In figures 4 and 4.5 you see that the person who had poured this candle left a natural hole at the base I could have used, but you can also see in the next image what looks like a black spot where I have used my heated metal instrument to carve out a hole in the base of the candle.
Figure 5 is the hair (which is our personal item we are using as an example,) which I am preparing to stick in the base of the figural candle. Special thanks to my dog for contributing monster amounts of hair as well as the mess you see in the background of a few of these pics. ;)
Figure six and six.five show how a finger (six) can be used to shove the witness sample (personal item,) into the hole which has been made, but in 6.5, I show you that, yes, sometimes it is easier to use a tool to stuff the witness sample into the carved out spot. ;)
In figures 7.1-7.4, I am showing how to use wax from the spare candle we lit to heat the nail (or what represents it, hehe,) for making our hole. Fig 7.1 shows the wax having been poured into the hole the first time. Figure 7.2 shows that I have tamped down some semi-cool wax with my finger to flatten the area. Figure seven-three is the addition of more wax to make the item secure, and finally figure 7.4 is the candle, with the base dry standing up. Notice you can still see a few hairs sticking out? This is okay, as all that is needed is that most of the item is securely within the candle.
Figure 8 shows two things, the first being that I handled a lot of chemicals in art school and have really prematurely aged my hands, and the second that I am holding some drops of oil for anointing within said hand.
Figures 9.1 and 9.2 show what I mean to stroke the candle with an oiled hand. If we are going UP (bringing something) we go "feet to head," or "base to wick." Figure 9.1 is starting at the base, and if we run our hand along the candle, 9.2 is the to the wick rub. If you want to REMOVE or TAKE AWAY a situatoon, you go "head to feet" or "wick to base," and would reverse the order shown here.
All you would have to do past this and putting "energy" into the candle or "charging it" (I didn't grease the candle really, and I'm pulling out the dog hair as we speak, lol,) is sprinkle the neccissary herbs on your candle and you have fixed a figural candle.
PS- Yes, I have decided to toss the candle rather than somehow make my dog communicate more or have more good luck. ;) The big D (my doggy,) is already super-happy and lucky and has a freshly cleaned brush thanks to this photo montage. ;)
PPS- These are my pics, so don't steal or I will eat your soul.