Embracing Spirituality at the Crossroads:
Authentic Spiritual Supplies
and Devotional Art for Hoodoo, Rootwork, Witchcraft, Conjure, Pagan,
New Orleans Voodoo,
Spiritualism, Latin American Folk Magic, Egyptian Magic,
Black Hawk & Indian Spirit Guides
Welcome to Crossroads
Embracing Spirituality at the Crossroads: Authentic Spiritual Supplies
and Devotional Art
for Hoodoo, Rootwork, Witchcraft, Conjure, Pagan, New Orleans Voodoo,
Vodou, Folk Catholicism, Spiritualism, Folk Magic, Latin American
Folk Magic, Egyptian Magic, Black Hawk & Indian Spirit Guides!
Custom Voodoo devotional
high quality poppets and hoodoo doll babies! Custom
Fixed Seven Day Altar Candles!
Delicious Ritual Oils!
ju ju and
curios! Rare and
dirts, dusts, and powders
exclusive to Crossroads Mojo! We
have a complete selection of authentic and
original Black Hawk
Elegba and Ellegua fetishes,
Our New Orleans Voodoo and Hoodoo products
and devotional art are unsurpassed, created in the tradition of
Marie Laveau and Dr. Jean Montenet. All created within
the boundaries of sacred space and infused
with the power of Spirit to bring you the
blessings you deserve today and every day.
We have expanded our product
line in a big way. We have had so many
inquiries by our
friends that we are developing a unique line
of products just for them.
At Crossroads Mojo, we
celebrate all crossroads spirits and welcome
and embrace all spiritual paths and
religions. Our focus is on developing
products that provide spiritual comfort and
aesthetic appeal. We wish to help folks make good decisions and
realize their full potential. Let us help you
live your best life!
La Madama Devotional Items
La Madama is a family of
spirits called upon for instructions on healing, divination, spellwork,
protection from negative energies, maintaining finances,
spiritual cleansings and dream prophecies. La Madama
represents the female protective and empowerment energies in
families. She is also known as La Negra and La
Conga. She is the protector of tarot readers and many
rootworkers. Offerings to her include healing herbs,
flowers, red fabric, cowrie shells, tarot cards, cigarettes
and strong black coffee. Light a candle to her in a quite
dark room and listen carefully for her to speak. She speaks
bluntly and will tell you what you need even if you don't
want to hear it. Crossroads Mojo carries a complete
line of La Madama devotional objects and
products to assist you in honoring your own
personal La Madama or archetypal
representation of the southern Mammy.
Madama Fixed Altar Candle
Spirit bottles are used as
devotional altar pieces to honor
the particular loa, spirit, or ancestor. They can also be placed in a special
spot in your home as a unique piece of spiritual art. These
La Madama Devotional Altar bottles are each uniquely hand crafted and there will
be some variations between them.
This La Madama doll is
fashioned out of blue fabric and measures 10 inches tall.
She is perfect for the home altar where she can protect and
bring blessings to you.
Candles are commonly
burned on altars to show special devotion to a
specific saint, spirit or deity. Crossroads Mojo's fixed
La Madama Glass Encased
Candles are custom fixed for work
for which they are used. They measure 8 inches tall and
last for approximately 120 hours. Our special herbs
and oils are melted into the wax and prayed over to
provide you with the most powerful ritual candle at
your disposal. Our candles can be reused once they
have burned down as vases for holding flowers or
refilled with wax to burn again.
Black Hawk Devotional Items
was a famous leader and warrior of the Sauk
American Indian Nation. Although he had
inherited an important historic medicine
bundle, he was not a hereditary civil chief
of the Sauk; rather, he was an appointed war
chief. During the War of 1812, Black Hawk
fought on the side of the British. Later he
led a band of Sauk and Fox warriors against
settlers in Illinois and present-day
Wisconsin in the 1832 Black Hawk War. After
the war he was captured and taken to the
eastern U.S. where he and other British Band
leaders toured several cities. Black Hawk
died in 1838 in what is now southeastern
In the Native way, Black Hawk
is an elder. Elders are revered and given
the utmost respect. This is translated in
spiritualism by calling him Father
Black Hawk, though his given name in
Mesquakie is Ka-Tai-Me-She-Kia-Kiak
(which actually translates into Black
Sparrow Hawk). No one
save for a Meskwaki Indian
can pronounce his given name, so it is hoodooized into Father Black Hawk.
Father Black Hawk is
petitioned by the individual in their homes.
He is typically evoked for help with money
and protection, justice, release from
prison, to win court cases and overcome
tragedy, as well as any problem you may be
facing. He is the consummate warrior, and
wants to fight your battles for you. They
say he will come to those who have enough
patience to sit still and listen. Learn more
by taking the course at
Devotional Altar Bottle
Black Hawk Devotional Bracelet
Black Hawk Fixed Altar Candle
the Spiritualist Churches,
Black Hawk is considered a saint. Anyone who is recognized as doing the
work of the Creator is considered a saint, whether or not they have been
officially canonized by the Catholic Church.
Black Hawk is referred to as the "Watchman on the Wall" who will
"fight your battles for you". He is the guardian of a combined Indian nation,
the Sauc and Fox, together referred to as
Black Hawk can
be found on the altars of rootworkers across the country but particularly in the
South. This spirit bottle would be a unique piece of devotional art to honor and
respect the Indian Spirit Guide loved by so many.
Made with the four sacred
colors of the medicine wheel, this
fabulous bracelet is made of
semiprecious stones and a charm bearing
the image of Father Black Hawk. The
bracelets are smudged with the smoke of
sage and cedar to bring you the highest
inspiring bracelet is made of quartz
onyx, citrine or yellow jade and jasper
or red jade, depending on the
availability of the stones. It measures
7.5 inches. If you need a larger or
indicate on the space provided for
comments upon checkout and we
will be happy to customize the bracelet
Candles are commonly burned on altars to show
special devotion to a specific saint or deity. Hoodoo candles are glass encased
candles that will burn for approximately 120 hours. This is a beautiful candle that has been ritually
prepared and "fixed" for you with special oils, herbs, and prayer. Use
to draw on the gifts
of the Black Hawk to be the Watchman on the Wall and to fight your battles for you.
protection from him and be protected against magickal attacks/psychic
This Fixed Altar Candle bears an original
prayer written by Mama D for the faithful Indian Spirit Guide.
Our candles can
be reused once they have burned down as vases for
holding flowers or refilled with wax to burn again.
If you prefer not to order online via our Secure
server, you can always order by U.S. Mail.
Email us for details.
About Crossroads Magic
Crossroads magic is particularly
pronounced in conjure, rootwork, and hoodoo.
In conjure practice, it is said that in
order to acquire talent in a particular
skill such as playing a musical instrument,
throwing dice, or dancing, one may go to a
crossroads a certain number of times, either
at midnight or just before dawn, and one
will meet a "black man," presumably Legba,
though often mistaken for the Devil, who
will bestow upon one the desired skills….for
a price, of course.
In the folk magic
of many cultures, the crossroads is a location where two realms
touch and thus represent a place "between worlds" or “neither her
nor there” As such, the crossroads is a site where supernatural
spirits can be contacted and paranormal events can take place.
In the African-derived
traditions, Papa Legba, Ellegua, Elegba,
Eshu, Pomba Gira and Exu are the spirits
of the crossroads. All of these
manifestations of the crossroads spirits
serve a similar role in that they act as
intermediaries between the divine
spirits and humans. They stand at the
spiritual crossroads and give or deny
permission to speak with the spirits of
Guinee, and are believed to speak all
The crossroads play a
prominent role in Voodoo and hoodoo. Not
only is it the place where one can
petition Legba and interact with the
various loas, it is the place where
ritual remains are left, the place where
leftover water from spiritual baths are
disposed of, the place where cursed
objects can be nullified, and where any
number of spells can be performed.
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