Black Cat Hoodoo Candle-  Brings Luck and Protection

In Hoodoo, the Black Cat brings luck and protection, although some stories of its use involve the demise of your enemies by stealing their luck.

 

Inspired by the old-time Hoodoo recipes that rootworkers incorporated into everyday magic, each candle is created with a special brew of oils and rare herbs to be powerful, effective and work very fast. You can see the distinctive medley of herbs and oils fused right into the top of the candle!  

 

There is a unique spell with each candle, though you are encouraged to add your own words to make your work personal. 

 

Some use a four-leaf clover, some use a rabbit's foot; lucky charms come in all shapes and sizes, why not as a candle? The black cat is a powerful protector and a great ally to get luck on your side.   

 

Conjurers would use the superstitions of the black cat to increase their magical powers. Gamblers would use Black Cal oil in big stakes games to pull all the luck in the room to them. 

 

Color: Ebony Black

Candle Size 4" H X 2" W
Burns Approximately 40 Hours 
Cotton Wick
Made in the USA
100% Lead-Free

Black Cat Hoodoo Candle- Brings Luck and Protection

$15.00Price

    The Conjured Saint Ritually-Blessed Oils are crafted to enhance and promote ritual-working, spell-working and personal intent.  These spiritual recipes can be used to anoint the body or tools, burned in an oil burner, or added to ritual baths.

    Our sacred oils are hand-blended and bottled into “metaphysical battery-packs” of concentrated magick.  Each oil contains its own spiritual life force (the soul), that is harnessed by harvesting Mother Nature’s blessings.  Plants are alive, and everything that lives has a soul like essences. Roots, seeds, leaves, and petals all contain a specific metaphysical signature that is captured and magickally-infused into the oil that corresponds to each botanical’s intent and purpose. 

     

    The botanicals used are specifically selected by The Conjured Saint from our sacred, blessed garden and then hand