Eagle feathers, especially the 12 tail feathers, were significant to the Cherokee. The golden eagle, which was called "pretty feathered eagle" by the Cherokee people, was the sacred messenger between earth and sky. Its feathers were used for decoration and ceremonial rituals. In some tribes, a single eagle tail would be worth a horse. Only great warriors or medicine men were allowed to possess or carry golden eagle tail feathers.
We are open for lunch and dinner today at The Night Bazaar 25 & Larimer St. Denver, CO. We will be serving: Beef Bunny Chow - 100% bunny free Chakalaka Bunny Chow - Vegan bean curry Monkey Gland Burgers - 100% monkey & gland free beef burger Boerewors & Pap