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Native American Lakota porcupine quill Medicine Wheel
Porcupine Quill Wrapped
Baracha Family, Lakota

MW44 - $40
each
Native American Oglala Lakota Sioux Medicine Wheel
Sacred Catlinite (Pipestone)
Alan Monroe, Oglala Lakota

MW35 - $35 to $50
Sterling Silver Native American Navajo Medicine Wheel Feather pendant
Medicine Wheel Pendants
Native American Lakota porcupine quill Medicine Wheel
Porcupine Quill Wrapped
Alan Monroe, Lakota

MW45 - $35 each
Native American Apache Indian Dreamcatcher
Dreamcatchers
Native American Apache Indian Dreamcatcher
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Native American Apache Indian DreamcatcherMedicine Wheel

The Medicine Wheel, or Circle of Life, is found in many tribes and in many parts of the world, but there are beliefs common to them all. The compass points North, South, East and West give four directions. Mother Earth is below and Father Sky is above, giving six directions. These six directions are also symbolized by animal fetish carvings.

The circle shape represents life. We change like the seasons as we pass through life, traveling through the part of the circle. The center of the circle is the Spirit, from which everything extends and everything returns.

Below are some general beliefs about the colors, animal totems and uses of the medicine wheel. Every tribe and every person has their own beliefs and you should use what best represents what you believe.

Native American Apache Indian Dreamcatcher

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