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Rose Little Thunder, Oglala Lakota
Beaded Four Colors Pouch
with Sacred Red Cedar
HK Item #MBL146

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Authentic Native American Indian fringed beaded buckskin pouch by Lakota artisan Rose Little Thunder

Beaded with the Four Sacred Colors.

Authentic Native American Indian fringed beaded buckskin pouch by Lakota artisan Rose Little Thunder

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Rose Little Thunder, Oglala Lakota
Beaded Four Colors Pouch
with Sacred Red Cedar
#MBL146 (ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

$40 plus s/h

Paula says - "This pouch is beaded with the Four Sacred Colors and comes filled with Sacred Red Cedar leaves. The small size makes it convenient to wear under a shirt."

material
natural buckskin, smooth side out; seed beads; cedar leaves
size
2" tall; 1 1/2" wide pouch;
3" to 4" fringe;
16" straps
artist
Rose Little Thunder, Oglala Lakota

Authentic Native American Indian fringed beaded buckskin pouch by Lakota artisan Rose Little Thunder

Authentic Native American Indian fringed beaded buckskin pouch by Lakota artisan Rose Little Thunder

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The Lakota are part of seven related Sioux tribes and speak Lakota, one of three major dialects of the Sioux language. Read about the Lakota People here.

FOUR SACRED COLORS

Many Native Americans view the world as having four directions. Each direction has a special meaning and color associated with it. The Lakota use the colors black, red, yellow and white to represent the four directions. For some, the colors represent the four seasons and the changes we make on our journey through life. Every tribe and every person has their own beliefs and you should use what best represents what you believe. Read more about Four Colors Medicine Wheel.

SACRED RED CEDAR

Sacred Red Cedar is known by many indigenous people as the "Tree of Life", because it sustains the mind, body, and soul. The smoke of cedar burned as incense during prayer or ceremony carries prayers to the Creator. As with sweetgrass and sage, cedar is often burned in a ritual called "smudging" to drive out negative energies and to purify spaces and objects. The Lakota Sioux burn cedar leaves in ceremonies for Wakinyan, the Thunderbird.

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