Dream Catcher Legend

 

The ancient story told by the Native Indians is that the Dream Catcher's hoop, with the intricate webbing at its center, ensures a sleep undisturbed by bad dreams. The web lets the good dreams filter through & float down to the sleeper, while the bad dreams are hopelessly entangled & perish at dawns first light. Dream Catchers are believed to bless the "sleeping one" with not only pleasant dreams, but good luck & harmony throughout their lives. The colored beads on the beaded dream catcher are believed to be the good dreams caught by Mother Sun at star time. The dream catcher strengthens the link between creation & the spirit world.

 

Spirit Indian Artifacts,

Traditional & Animal Treasures

 

This Native American Shop Features:

  • Cherokee Talking Sticks

  • Hand Spears

  • Pipes & Pipe Bags

  • Navajo Sand Paintings

  • Flutes & Drums

  • Turtle, Wolf & Fox Pouches

  • Navajo Weavers

  • Feather Boxes

  • Cedar Arrow Shafts

  • Soapstone

  • Zuni Fetishes

  • Tobacco Bags

  • Sage Medicine Bundles

  • Authentic Arrowheads

  • Spirit Sticks

  • Bone Spear Points

  • Hand Painted Feathers

  • Rattles & Dance Sticks

  • Talking Feathers

  • Smudge & Dance Fans

  • Leather & Beaded Pouches

  • Medicine Wheels

  • Leather Shields

  • Hand Painted Shields

  • Santa Fe Mandellas

  • Wolf & Buffalo Shields

  • Embroidered Shields

  • Eagle Shields

  • Kachina's

  • Fur & Velvet Shields

  • Dream Catcher Singles, Doubles, Hearts

  • Rabbit Pelts

  • Hides & Fur

  • Skulls & Bones

  • Animal Parts

  • Antlers & Buttons

  • Jaws & Teeth

  • Bear, Coyote, Wolf Claws

  • Lynx Paws

  • Muskrat

  • Fox

  • Faces (Fox, Coyote, Raccoon)

  • Elk

  • Bobcat

  • Raccoon

  • Wild Turkey Wings

  • Pheasant

  • Deer

  • Buffalo

  • Wolf

  • Claws & Feet

  • Turtle Shells

  • Assorted Feathers

  • Rattlesnake Skin

  • Taxidermy