Authentic Native American Indian Apache Medicine Bag

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HK Item #AS129
Snake Medicine Spirit Bag
Cynthia Whitehawk - Apache

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Authentic Native American Indian Buckskin Medicine Bag

Leather
Soft light brown deerskin
Dimensions
3" high x 2" wide at widest
Strap
40" total length
Details
Hand carved tiger eye rattlesnake totem;
Brass beads and tiger eye bead
Artist
Cynthia Whitehawk, Apache;
Cerificate of Authenticity included

Free for the Asking:
Gemstones and Sage

(include a note when you order this medicine bag)

Native American Indian gem stonesWe will send you four different gemstones of our choice from what we have on hand. Some of the beautiful tumbled gemstones we might send include: Turquoise, Lapis, Red Jasper, Amethyst, Snowflake Obsidian, Aventurine, Snow Quartz, Fire Agate, Clear Quartz, Lemon Agate, Picture Jasper, Rose Quartz, Snow Quartz, Yellow Jasper, and others.

Native American Indian sageAND

Free White Sage
or Wyoming Sage.

 

Important - If you want free gemstones and/or sage, tell us in the note section of your order. If you don't ask, we won't enclose them.

 Leather has variations that some may call imperfections but we think of as character.

Each bag is unique and the photos and our comments will help you choose the perfect bag for you.

Cynthia Whitehawk - Apache
Snake Medicine Spirit Bag

AS129 - $65 plus s/h

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Authentic Native American Indian Buckskin Medicine Bag

Authentic Native American Indian Buckskin Medicine Bag

Tiger eye rattlesnake and bead and brass beads. Stones will vary from the one pictured.

This bag was entirely hand sewn and all materials, beads and findings are USA manufactured.

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Snake Medicine

The snake in some Native American cultures represents speed and swiftness, the same properties as lightning or the lightning arrow and they often have a similar visual form. The snake does not symbolize anything negative or treacherous. Rather, the snake represents abundant rainfall, fertility and healing. Snake symbols are rarely seen in Navajo jewelry and art but are often used by Zuni.

We here in northern Colorado live with snakes on a seasonal basis - they are part of the landscape and ecosystem. Since our climate is semi-arid, we welcome the abundant rainfall the snake might bring.

Words from Apache artist Cynthia Whitehawk:

MEDICINE BAG: Medicine bags are ancient personal empowerment tools. Spiritually representing the wearer, they contain that which is most Spiritually significant & healing to the individual to help guide and protect one on their journey. This might include collected Spirit objects or totems, a small feather, beads, horse hair, healing gemstones & crystals, seeds, photos & more. Those items that are important to the wearer protect, grounds them to our Mother Earth and the Creator, and brings them strength & healing.

MY MISSION: We are thankful and honored to be able to respect the Spirits of the plants, animals and Mother Earths elements who give themselves and continue their life as healing tools for us. We offer these tools for Spiritual expression, to be in balance with Mother Earth and one's self.

 


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