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Black Hawk Indian Spirit Guide Supplies Questions and Answers

Unread post by lucky7clover » Wed Sep 09, 2009 7:16 am

A few weeks ago, I went into a convenience store and on the counter is a business card for towing company called Black Hawk. I figured it was a sign, but wasn't sure.

Last night I had a dream about BlackHawk, where there was one of his bust statues, and it exploded... but not in a bad way. It wasn't like it blew up into pieces.... there was like an explosion of light coming from it... I'm not sure if it was "light" per se... but some type of spiritual force around it which emitted outward.

I know that Black Hawk can be served in order to connect with your native ancestors. And I thought I saw a page devoted to him on the lucky mojo website, which I can't find now. But I was wondering what sort of information anyone has on Black Hawk... or if this is a spirit someone works with... what sort of things does he help with?

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Unread post by Miss Bri » Wed Sep 09, 2009 2:44 pm

This might be in the information on Black Hawk you were thinking about, it is from the Archane Archive, part of the Lucky Mojo site family:
http://www.arcane-archive.org/occultism ... hawk-1.php

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Unread post by Literarylioness » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:17 pm

This is just my experience, but he works really well for people of Native American descent. He helped me locate my Native American ancestors and guides.

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Unread post by haniver6 » Mon Nov 22, 2010 7:47 pm

Hello, all. :)

I've searched the LM forum for more information about Black Hawk (and viewed the archive post), but didn't find much. I have the book mentioned (The Spirit of Black Hawk), also The Spiritual Churches of New Orleans (which has a few mentions of Black Hawk), but neither work has the specific information about practice that I'm looking for - specifically, how to construct a proper Black Hawk bucket.

Any information concerning the bucket, or any other aspect of working with Black Hawk, would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Mon Nov 22, 2010 8:04 pm

I recommend that you get a short reading with one of the AIRR readers (http://www.readersandrootworkers.org/in ... Black_Hawk) who specifically work with Black Hawk...I have linked it here, you may request a consultation with that purpose. Good Luck in your findings.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:39 pm

Dear lucky7clover --

Regarding whether it is a "sign" to see the name Black Hawk:

Black Hawk has been a respected name in America for many years and has been used in many ways, especially for commerically distributed products. For instance, here is a label from my collection:

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And here is another label from my collection:

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As a basis for working with Black Hawk in the context of Spiritualist church services, i strongly recommend the 1995 book by Jason Berry called "The Spirit of Black Hawk: A Mystery of Africans and Indians." This contains the material about the Spiritualist Church services for Black Hawk upon which Starr drew for her inspiration.

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Both Starr and i at AIRR work with Black Hawk and can tell you more. For me this would not be a reading, but would come under the heading of Rootwork Advice and Magical Coaching.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue Nov 23, 2010 4:33 pm

In addition, here is a page at AIRR which i wrote about working with Black Hawk.

http://www.readersandrootworkers.org/in ... Black_Hawk

The pictures shown are Starr's (with flag) and mine (with red background).
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Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:56 pm

You cannot go wrong with either of these two fine rootworkers. I know that I personally have had magical coaching by Starr and Miss cat and I have to say they are immense resources of knowledge. They are down right amazing.
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Unread post by haniver6 » Wed Dec 29, 2010 8:10 pm

Sorry it took me so long to get back to this thread. My thanks to all for your information and recommendations. I'll let you know how my further explorations go. :-)

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Unread post by lucky7clover » Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:34 am

Actually on my paternal grandmother's side of the family, we do have native ancestors, from the Black Foot tribe. Its really funny because i have been thinking about Black Hawk a lot lately... and he is located in Wisconsin and the Black Foot Tribe is located in the Dakotas and in Alberta, Canada... there is a slight possibility that Black Hawk, being so close to Black Foot region could have either known my ancestors or been a distant relative. I mean, he is repeatedly coming to me in dreams... and i am hearing, seeing the words "Black Hawk" everywhere.

Black Hawk was a warrior and the Black Foot tribe consisted of supreme warriors, some of the best among the indian nations. And this is why their reservation is so big.

I am actually going to get a mediumship reading soon, and I will bring up Black Hawk and see if perhaps he has a message for me.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:41 am

Just a note about the tribal term "Black Foot" -- This is NOT the same as the Blackfeet tribe of the North Central plains (the Dakotas and Alberta province). The Black Foot group is a non-federally recognized sub-group of the Cherokee tribe which was originally Georgia, the Carolinas, Virgina, Tennessee, Kentucky, etc. and was later forcibly removed to Oklahoma.

The term is used often to describe African slaves who ran away from their British or American owners and joined the Cherokees as the tribe fled westward to escape British and American invasion.

It also may describe Africans whom the Cherokees purchased as slaves (the Cherokee tribe kept slaves, although their rules concerning slavery were dramatically less severe than the British and American laws governing slavery at that time) and who were later freed or married into the Cherokee tribe or its remnants.

Some of these African Americns became Spiritualists and one of them, Leafy Anderson, of Wisconsin, propagated mediuship and church services honouring the spirit of Black Hawk. She seeded Spiritualist churches from New York through New Orleans, and her Black Hawk services became popular throughout the Black Spiritualist churches during the 1920s and 1930s.

See this AIRR page:

Black Hawk
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/Black_Hawk

Which is a sub-set of this AIRR category:

Working Within the Spiritualist Tradition
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/C ... _Tradition

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Unread post by Earthwitch » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:47 am

Wow thank you. I just read this post. You are dead on. My immediate ancestors ( maternal grandma is half Blackfoot half Cherokee.) I get a lot of my herbal ways & folklore from her. I felt connected to BlackHawk also. My family as you guess is from the Carolina where I now live. I knew all of this from family stories, its kind of hard to explain that to teachers in schools and to African- Americans who might not know the connection. I have family in Kansas by way of Oklahoma. Thanks for the links too

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Unread post by hunkyturkey » Tue Jun 12, 2012 3:51 pm

Hello people, I listen to Miss Cat and Mama Starr on different podcasts. Last night, I had a dream that I went to Miss Cats Lucky Mojo Shop and bought a statue of BlackHawk. In the dream I asked her if he will protect me. Then, Mama Starr came out and told me to 'divine'. So I threw my rider wiate cards out and it indicated, " Yes', he will work for me. Then in the dream Mama Starr was telling me all about BlackHawk but cant remember. Is this a 'garbage' dream or the real thing ??? The only thing I need help with now, is alcohol abuse....perhaps BlackHawk is coming to me for other reasons, or, to help me through this ??? Any input would be nice. P.S. In the past I often thought of doing a BlackHawk bucket but never did.....

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Tue Jun 12, 2012 5:51 pm

Mama Starr is a great teacher of how to work with blackhawk and has a whole book she wrote dedicated to how to work with him. I think it is sold on lucky mojo otherwise you would have to go to her site. I would actually get some magical coaching from momma starr to learn how to further work with him.

And no I Dont think this is a garbage dream...he wants to work with you and probably is telling you to contact momma starr to help you.
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Unread post by Papa Newt » Wed Jun 13, 2012 2:58 am

Your post has been merged into the thread called Working With Black Hawk were you can find some useful information.

Jason Berry's "Spirit of Black Haw" book can be found here.

I also highly recommend learning from Momma Starr of AIRR on the subject.
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Unread post by Zola Kathryn » Wed Jun 13, 2012 1:22 pm

Hi Rachel, I third the sentiment that this dream is telling you quite clearly to begin working with Blackhawk & to have Mama Starr help you.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Jun 25, 2012 8:40 am

Once again, i strongly recommend the 1995 book by Jason Berry called "The Spirit of Black Hawk: A Mystery of Africans and Indians." This contains the material about the Spiritualist Church services for Black Hawk upon which Starr drew for her inspiration.

BOO-SPI-SPBH
The Spirit of Black Hawk by Jason Berry
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You can order from right here in the forum by clicking the blue Add To Cart buttons.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sat Jan 19, 2013 12:09 am

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Unread post by relampago9 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 5:37 pm

I just wanted to acknowledge that since joining the LMCC forum and committing to honoring the gifts of my ancestors and moving forward in my spiritual development all kinds of energy has begun to move for me. I have just signed up for the course from Momma Starr and ordered some Indian Spirit Guide Oil (among other items) :D to get moving on the required purchases for the LMCC correspondence course!

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Unread post by KittyLove » Fri Feb 28, 2014 5:40 am

Hi,

I feel that Blackhawk has been trying to reach me. I first heard about Blackhawk and still never knew the full extent of his work except that he was a spirit guide, this was nearly 8 years ago. But these days I find myself increasingly attracted to native culture, I made a Mi'kmaq friend who teaches me astrology and some native lore, he's doesn't know much about him. And my estranged partner is deeply involved with native culture, his subcontract is native owned, he knows nothing except that he decorates himself with haida and maori tattoos. I first became attracted to Canada when I was around 15 sitting in French class, I have since moved to Canada and of all places I suspect that I have migrated to Mohawk or Ojibway territory. I suspect I am 1/32 of one of the two bands. Anyway... I have ordered LM Indian Spirit Guide oil and incenses from the Feb special on the newsletter, not sure why I was just compelled to do so. The info on the AIRR page says he is called upon for court case matters. Which is something I seem to have some trouble with, I wonder if he is revealing himself to me to work for me.

What would you suggest that I do to honour him and welcome him? I

I have began to gather materials for an alter to him, a smallish one. I think I need his help to be a look out or maybe help with causing some confusion for those people who are in opposition on my court case. I have some buffalo teeth, arrow heads, sand from the beaches of new zealand, I have some toe nails of the estranged partner, 500ml galvanized pail and a silver charm of an indian chief it's on my bracelet, because I don't have a bust right now unless I sculpt one. I also have many scout pennies. Probably need a feather, a peace pipe and a bow or tomahawk to complete it. Strangely most of these things, except for the charm are in the corner of the house where the alter would go. Looking for a photo of Martin Luther King and another one for St. Michael. Read that there is a spiritual trinity when you work with Blackhawk and include MLK and St. Michael. Been attracted to MLK lately too, and St. Michael is almost everywhere I turn. What do you think and is there something more that I should be aware of?

Can I blend the LM Indian Spirit Oil with LM Law Keep Away? I have incense and oil for Law Keep Away.

Thanks very much!
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Mar 01, 2014 8:31 pm

Hello, KittyLove,
First, have you read through this entire subforum? There's a lot of information here.
Also, you may want to see if an AIRR member can give you magical Coaching on this. I believe that Mama Starr works with Black Hawk: http://readersandrootworkers.org.
And yes, you can mix the laws keep away with the Indian Spirit oil.
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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Wed Sep 12, 2018 6:40 pm

Those who work with, petition, or venerate Black Hawk may be pleased to know that Rev. Jon Saint Germain has opened a new Black Hawk Chapel at his Divine Harmony Spiritual Church. You can hook up with him through the Divine Harmony Church listing at AIRR:

http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/D ... ual_Church

We also work with Black Hawk at Missionary Independent Spiritual Church.
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