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    46 posts tagged Sacred Animals

    In times past, the native American wolf was plentiful all across the United States. Today, they are endangered. http://bit.ly/13mnkr6

    Throughout Native American culture, the owl is an otherworldly and dangerous entity. A harbinger of doom, a trickster and a witch, the owl is symbolic of a dark and frightening side of the natural world. http://bit.ly/1ehJyTR

    Native Americans recognize beauty in all things, including animals. #SacredAnimals show different meanings in each Native American culture. http://bit.ly/YAj1wQ 

    Tatanka or buffalo was held in high regard by the Lakota people. http://bit.ly/13xglhr 

    Flying bison kick 

    The horse brought about changes in the Native Americans’ lifestyles. More of Facts on Horses of Plains Indians http://bit.ly/1tgDNuz

    May the #eagleSpirit watch over you! 

    The eagle is a winged symbol for the Lakota people. It is the strongest and bravest of all birds.http://bit.ly/W2ctPH

    The buffalo played an important role in the life of Native Americans. http://bit.ly/1npAsVj 

    Battle of Nature. This photo is amazing.

    Explore your Power Animals Meanings and Significance http://bit.ly/1305ZZS

    In many ways, a pack of wolves and a tribe of Indians have significant similarities. http://bit.ly/10TWVSk

    What Power Animals are and their Meanings http://bit.ly/1305ZZS

    While horses were indigenous to North America thousands of years ago, some found their way to what is now Europe and Asia before they died out.http://bit.ly/1fsYKAJ 

    Bear People are learning to withdrawal into the sanctity of their den when outside influences turn “cold” and seemingly “merciless.” Winter is not just a change in season, it is a period of slowing down and can be a time of decline, adversity and dreariness. Learn more http://bit.ly/TDbhBD

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