August : Sturgeon Moon
|Thunder Moon Signs|
July : Thunder Moon Signs
June : Strawberry Moon
|Flower Moon Sign|
May : Flower Moon Sign
|Seed Moon Sign|
April : Seed Moon Sign
|Crow Moon Sign|
March : Crow Moon Sign
|Snow Moon Sign|
February : Snow Moon Sign
|Wolf Moon Sign|
January : Wolf Moon Sign
Identifying animal tracks of the Turtle is to identify Mother Earth herself.
Raven tracks indicate a message to us beyond time and space.
Identifying animal tracks of the Porcupine indicate innocence, faith, and wonder.
Identifying animal tracks of the Muskrat indicates resilience, detachment and adaptability.
Opossum tracks indicate cunning, sharp wit, but more importantly - detachment.
Identifying animal tracks of the Duck indicates a need for patience and calm.
Identifying animal tracks of the Bobcat indicates a balance between body, mind and spirit.
Bear tracks indicate reflection and self-observation. Hibernation is also a form of self- reflection.
Identifying animal tracks of the Badger indicates a need for us to deal with creative powers.
|Cross in a Circle Symbol|
Native American Indians were a deeply spiritual people and they communicated their history, thoughts, ideas and dreams from generation to generation through Symbols and Signs such as the Cross in a C…
|Hand Eye Symbol|
The Hand Eye symbol featured strongly in the Mississippian culture. The following picture shows the Hand Eye Symbol surrounded by the Horned Serpent.
|The Symbol of Life – Man in the Maze|
The Symbol of Life in the Man in the Maze symbol depicts a human figure at the entrance of a maze that has only one path.
The Avanyu symbol is one of the many snake-like deities that figure in the mythology of some Native American tribes, notably the Pueblo.
The Thunderbird symbol is one of the most dominant icons in Native American Indian culture and art.
|Fertility Symbol – Kokopelli|
The distinguishing features of the Kokopelli fertility symbol are his hunchback, his dancing pose and his flute. The hunch on his back represented the sack he carried which might contain seeds for th…
The Piasa was believed to be a supernatural deity, similar to a dragon or mythical bird, who resided in the Underworld with the spirits associated with death and destruction.