Zora Neale Hurston Ancestor Candle
One of the candles in the Who's Who in Hoodoo History series, this gorgeous Zora Neale Hurston Ancestor Candle pays homage to the influential American folklorist, anthropologist, and author during the time of the Harlem Renaissance. She authored four novels and more than 50 published short stories, plays, and essays. She is considered by many to be the best-known author to address African American hoodoo and Voudou. Her primary works on conjure are “Hoodoo in America” (1931) and Mules and Men (1935). She is responsible for coining New Orleans as the “hoodoo capital of the world.”
Voodoo Mama's fixed glass encased candles will burn for approximately seven days or 120 hours. They can be reused once they have burned down as vases for holding flowers, turned into a container spell to keep on your altar or refilled with wax to burn again. They are simply too beautiful to throw away and the creative conjurer will find many possibilities for using the decorative glass container once the original wax has burned down.
- 2 1/2" Wide and 8 1/4" Tall
- Burns approximately 120 hours
- 100% Paraffin Wax with herbs, roots, spices and essential oils melted into the top
*Be sure to check out my article Setting Lights on my blog for instructions and ideas for using any of my candles.