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"Sun Protector" By Loretta Gould snowlg@hotmail.com

"Sun Protector" By Loretta Gould snowlg@hotmail.com

One of the earliest photos showing a Native American with a wolf - unlike the myths created about wolves by settlers, Indians maintained a close and respectful relationship with wolves.

One of the earliest photos showing a Native American with a wolf - unlike the myths created about wolves by settlers, Indians maintained a close and respectful relationship with wolves.

Glooscap: The Abenaki people believe that after Tabaldak created humans, the dust from his body created Glooscap and his twin brother, Malsumis. He gave Glooscap the power to create a good world. Malsumis, on the other hand, is the opposite, and seeks evil to this day.

Glooscap: The Abenaki people believe that after Tabaldak created humans, the dust from his body created Glooscap and his twin brother, Malsumis. He gave Glooscap the power to create a good world. Malsumis, on the other hand, is the opposite, and seeks evil to this day.

Join our Shaman's Drum Making Nov 22 n 29 Barrie Ontario Healer Spiritualist Shaman Priestess Magician Witch  I welcome you join us in this magical creation of a beautiful Drum, spiritually infused with ancient tradition and great spirit. We birth these divine medicine tools in a feast with the help of song and prayer. While making the drum she/he will "speak" to you about its gender and your personal past, present and future life.  Its an experience you will never forget!

Join our Shaman's Drum Making Nov 22 n 29 Barrie Ontario Healer Spiritualist Shaman Priestess Magician Witch I welcome you join us in this magical creation of a beautiful Drum, spiritually infused with ancient tradition and great spirit. We birth these divine medicine tools in a feast with the help of song and prayer. While making the drum she/he will "speak" to you about its gender and your personal past, present and future life. Its an experience you will never forget!

"Kukukwes" By Loretta Gould snowlg@hotmail.com

"Kukukwes" By Loretta Gould snowlg@hotmail.com

Loretta Gould Painting | Image Source: Loretta Gould Website Loretta Gould and her art will be at the Aboriginal Pavilion's Indigenous arts, culture and sports festival, which runs concurrent to the T

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