There is a long history of Spiritualist churches working with Native American Spirits. The spirit of Black Hawk came to Mother Leafy Anderson in the 1920s as her spirit guide and has since contacted many other spiritualists to guide them.
If you would like to work with Black Hawk (or any spirit or deity, for that matter). I recommend that you first ask the spirit if you may work together. If the answer is a yes, you will be given some sort of sign. For those who ask to work with Black Hawk, I have heard many different possibilities of signs – seeing a hawk in the sky, seeing an image of or the word “Hawk,” seeing Native American imagery and so on. Black Hawk is particularly attracted to working to fight for social justice, to protect those who have been oppressed by “the system,” and those who have Native American ancestry.
Use these 100% beeswax candles as offerings and petitions to Black Hawk. Use red for love issues, green for prosperity and abundance, black for protection and banishing, pink for friendship or romance, blue for reconciliation or healing, purple for power, orange for breakthroughs, yellow for success, brown for legal matters, and white to clarify or bless.
Ways to use this candle:
Dress the candle with Spirit Guide oil or Indian Spirit Guide oil and then sprinkle with Tobacco before lighting for your intention.
Place this candle unlit in a bucket of sand or earth as a figural statue on your Black Hawk altar.
Dress the red Black Hawk candle with Come to Me oil when asking Black Hawk for assistance in finding love.
Dress the green Black Hawk candle with Money Drawing oil when asking Black Hawk for assistance in finding a job or finding lost money.
Dress the white Black Hawk candle with Indian Spirit Guide oil to receive clear communication from Black Hawk.
Please check out the Black Hawk Spirit Spell video below on how to work with the spirit of Black Hawk.