Anishinaabe Creation Story
Earth is said to be a woman. She preceded man and her name is Mother Earth because all living things live from her gifts.
Oji-Cree 13 Moons Teachings
Native people relate the cycles of the moon to those seasons. In every year, there are 13 of those moon cycles, each with 28 days
Nokomis Grandmother moon
The first of all the mothers, Nokomis or Grandmother Moon/Sky woman, dwells in the heavens near her daughter, Mother Earth. From there, Noko
Legend of the Underwater panther, called Mishipeshu or Mishibijiw
Underwater Panthers are primal creatures, so they do not have an origin story per se; they always ruled the murky depths of the Great Lakes
Legend of the Deer Woman
Deer Woman's specific magic and myth surrounds marriage and courtship rituals found in many tribes throughout Canada and the USA.
Story of White Buffalo Calf Woman
She taught the seven sacred ceremonies and gave them the Pîhtwâwinihkêw, the sacred ceremonial pipe.
Medicine Wheel pg 4 SPIRIT PATHWAYS OF THE MEDICINE WHEEL
On the Native American Medicine Wheel there are four spirit paths. Each leads from a Spirit Keeper to the sacred center space of the...
Medicine Wheel Pt 3
Native American culture has always been heavily influenced by nature. Most tribes hold nature as a sacred part of life. People, who are...
Medicine Wheel Pt 2
All tribes have a form of medicine wheel. There is no single answer as to its meaning. The Anishnaabek often referred to the medicine...
Medicine wheel pt 1
You may not be familiar with the rich spiritual traditions and beliefs of the Native Americans but these traditions and beliefs can bring...
Legend of Asibikaashi (Spider Woman)
Asibikaasi took care of her children, the people of the land, and she continues to do so to this day
Native Spirituality Guide
Power of the World always works in circles, and everything tries to be round. In the old days, when we were a strong and happy people