pinterest.com506 x 720 · jpegNative American Indian Princess Tattoo Native American Maiden Art | Pinned by Rhoda Toshimitsu The Cherokee Rose flower (I have some Cherokee blood in me), said to have been named because during the American Indians' walk of sorrow north, the women cried every time one of them died.pinterest.com
The cherokee Indian Tear Rose. An old legend says the rose rocks represents the blood of the braves and the tears of the maidens who made the devastating "Trail Of Tears" journey in the 1800s to Oklahoma.
The myth of the Blue Corn Maiden comes from Hopi Culture, an ancient peaceful people who lived under ground due to earth shifts 10,000 years ago with the sinking of Atlantis. The Hopi know how to communicate with nature and Spirit, therefore they knew when to come out of the earth and plant new seeds. Blue Corn Maiden comes from the stars To assist our growth & help us see who we are. She spins her magic through the air With the EAGLE and the CONDOR … Her ancient wisdom is here… Cher Lyn
An old Cherokee legend says the Rose Rock represents the blood of the braves and the tears of the maidens who made the devastating "Trail of Tears" journey in the 1800's to Oklahoma. It is an aggregate of barite crystals and sand and the Official State Rock since 1968.