Native American Legends

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Queen of Swords - Native American Tarot by Laura Tuan, Sergio Tisselli

Native American Tarot

The symbolic language of Native Americans is extremely profound yet immediate. It is close to the rhythms of the sky, whose messages are heard and interpreted by the Shaman, the intermediary betwee…

The History of the Sacred Mayan Journey

The History of the Sacred Mayan Journey

Read the interesting story of the Sacred Mayan Journey and the event performed in Xcaret every year to recreate it.

Mayan Calendar exampled. Apocalypto

The Anunnaki Ancient Alien Origins Of The Mayan Calendar Explained

Mayan Calendar exampled. Apocalypto

Origin: Hopi mythology - Spider woman, or Spider Grandmother, weaves existence together like the strands of a web. At the beginning of things, Spider Woman spins lines of webs that create the four directions. Then, she creates people by molding them from various colored clay, dividing them into clans and giving them a totem animal.

Mythology: the stranger the better

Spider Woman fantasticallore: “ Origin: Hopi mythology In one version of the story, Spider woman, or Spider Grandmother, weaves existence together like the strands of a web. At the beginning of...

"sedna" | Kacie987 on DeviantArt

Sedna by Kacie987 on DeviantArt

Sedna and her sea critter pals Sedna

Tlaloc by TheArtfulMegalodon

Tlaloc by TheArtfulMegalodon on DeviantArt

Here he is, Tlaloc, Aztec god of rain and thunderstorms, all things watery, supposedly part crocodile, the most richly bejeweled god in the pantheon. Th... Tlaloc

Cre@tion Story Sedna Inuit

Sedna, Goddess of the Frozen Depths

Like the Arctic landscape, Inuit mythology is austere, cruel, strange, and beautiful. Just as the dialects of the Inuit language differ based on geography, so too many of the sacred stories of the …

Can you feel your heartbeat? Can you feel the heartbeat of Great Mother? Like Grandmother Spider's wondrous web, woven deliberately with great precision, we are all interconnected.

Weaves the Web – We Are All Meant to Shine!

Posts about Weaves the Web written by Michelle Fairchild

The Ojibwe tribe were the original crafters of the dreamcatcher based on the wisdom of Asibikaash also known as “Spider Woman. They were placed under the beds of children to catch and trap bad dreams like a spider’s web catches anything that lands on it. A small hole was fashioned in the center of each dream catcher where only good dreams could come through. With the first rays of sunlight, the bad dreams would perish. A feather is placed in the center

Sacred Mayan Journey

Killer Photos of the Sacred Mayan Journey

A photo journal of the Sacred Mayan Journey hosted by Xcaret in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Ancient ceremony to receive a divine message from Goddess Ixchel

Coyote Dream

Coyote Dream

Coyote Dream

Coyote Dream

Coyote Dream

Coyote Dream

Paiute Indians Have Seen Something That We Cannot Even Imagine!

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Paiute Indians Have Seen Something That We Cannot Even Imagine!

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The Warriors of the Rainbow Prophecy

One day... there would come a time, when the earth being ravaged and polluted, the forests being destroyed, the birds would fall from the air, the waters would be blackened, the fish being poisoned in the streams, and the trees would no longer be, mankind as we would know it would all but cease to exist

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Seven Fires Prophecy Of The Anishinaabe People And The Future Of The Turtle Island - Are Humans Standing At The Crossroads? | Ancient Pages

Like many other Native American teachings, the Seven Fires Prophecy comes with a powerful message to future generations. It tells us we are architects of our own fate and we have two choices if we wish to survive. The Anishinaabe people still wait for their Seven Fires Prophecy to be fulfilled. It deals with the fate of the Turtle Island, a Native American name for North America, but it concerns the rest of the world as well.

HOME FEATURED STORIES MYTHS & LEGENDS HISTORY CIVILIZATIONS PLACES ARCHAEOLOGY VIKINGS ANCIENT SYMBOLS ANCIENT FACTS PREMIUM CONTENT

Seven Fires Prophecy Of The Anishinaabe People And The Future Of The Turtle Island - Are Humans Standing At The Crossroads? | Ancient Pages

Like many other Native American teachings, the Seven Fires Prophecy comes with a powerful message to future generations. It tells us we are architects of our own fate and we have two choices if we wish to survive. The Anishinaabe people still wait for their Seven Fires Prophecy to be fulfilled. It deals with the fate of the Turtle Island, a Native American name for North America, but it concerns the rest of the world as well.