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justinmhancock:

Sitting Bull & Buffalo Bill

justinmhancock:

Sitting Bull & Buffalo Bill

d55lane said: I love your site. I am following, and I've sent it to another Native American, Usedup, and he's a follower now too. Thanks for giving us the recognition we deserve...Denise : ))

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37.Si-o-S(h)a-li-ko 38.Si-o-ka-tci-na 39.Co-tuk-i-nun-wu 40.La-puk-ti 41.Do-mas-ka-tci-na 42.Tcuc-ku-ti 43.Si-o-sa-li-ko.
The Katcinas are the personal and spiritual bases of the Hopi belief, a complex mixture of myth, legend, ritual and ceremony. Katcinas are spirits of plants, animals, stars, ancestors, etc, who aid men and women in their journey through life. There are around 250 different Katcinas who live mostly in the San Francisco Peaks. They have a myriad of functions. The major concerns dealt with by Katcinas are rain, fertility, rich harvest, good health, long life, and to achieve balance and harmony in nature. Katcinas arrive every year at the winter solstice and leave in July after the first harvest.
Katcina dolls are made out of cottonwood in the image of the spirits and are meant to serve as instructional aids.

justamoment:

37.Si-o-S(h)a-li-ko
38.Si-o-ka-tci-na
39.Co-tuk-i-nun-wu
40.La-puk-ti
41.Do-mas-ka-tci-na
42.Tcuc-ku-ti
43.Si-o-sa-li-ko.

The Katcinas are the personal and spiritual bases of the Hopi belief, a complex mixture of myth, legend, ritual and ceremony. Katcinas are spirits of plants, animals, stars, ancestors, etc, who aid men and women in their journey through life. There are around 250 different Katcinas who live mostly in the San Francisco Peaks. They have a myriad of functions. The major concerns dealt with by Katcinas are rain, fertility, rich harvest, good health, long life, and to achieve balance and harmony in nature. Katcinas arrive every year at the winter solstice and leave in July after the first harvest.

Katcina dolls are made out of cottonwood in the image of the spirits and are meant to serve as instructional aids.

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Oxaitoq’s Song

xineann:

Walking inland, inland, inland,
I am walking inland.

Nobody loves me, she least of all, so I walk inland.
She has loved me only for the things I bring.
She has loved me only for the food I bring.

~Anonymous Inuit, (ca 1894-1897)

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