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Native Place Meaning

Ravens are often confused with crows. Ravens live here, and are a part of the magic of the connections with nature at this place.

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~Zia Symbol Meaning, which is on the New Mexico state flag~

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Chrysocolla Gemstone meaning Chrysocolla is a very beautiful stone with many beneficial energies. It is known as a healing stone among Native American Indian cultures where it was used for strengthening the body's resistance and bringing about calm feelings where there is upset.

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(DEER) Interesting! So Much Truth Behind This... and the incidences of encounters with these creatures! Hmm...

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Inukshuk. These are native Canadian Indian rock sculptures used as landmarks/navigation tools. They can be seen throughout Ontario.

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from What Is My Spirit Animal

Spider Symbolism & Meaning

In-depth Spider Symbolism & Spider Meanings! Spider as a Spirit, Totem, & Power Animal. Plus, Spider in Celtic & Native American Symbols & Spider Dreams!

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Healing doesn't mean the damage never exisited. It means the damage no longer controls our lives.

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"Did you know the name "Arkansas" is a Siouan Indian word? It comes from Acansa, which was the name of a major Quapaw village in southeastern Arkansas. Many people believe that Acansa meant "downstream people," but that isn't true--Quapaw, the tribe's own name for themselves, means "downstream people." Acansa probably came from the Quapaw word meaning "southern place." Their non-native neighbors frequently referred to the Quapaw as the Acansa, Arkansas, or Alkansea Indians because of this…

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Did you know the name "Texas" comes from a Caddoan Indian word? It is a Spanish corruption of the Caddo word Taysha, which means "friend." Spanish explorers recorded it as Teyas or Tejas.

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Jarrell, Tx. Tornado, 1997. Indian legend calls this "Dead Man Walking," meaning, if you see this image in a tornado, it will be deadly.

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