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Native American Witchcraft

Posted by Lynda Stratton on 12/27/2015 to Occult Weekly
Witchcraft

It is believed that the Native American witchcraft was connected with the religious beliefs of the people that were living in the region. Actually, you will be surprised to learn that the witchcraft and the religion if this region were similar to each other in several ways. Both of them honored and respected nature and they believed that nature was holy. The ideas and symbols used in the Native American witchcraft had been influenced by nature.

The various regions in the Native America had their own unique witchcraft and they used different kinds of charms and amulets. In addition to these, the witches also had their own masks and rituals. Those who practiced Native American witchcraft wore the clothes that were specific to the region in Native America that they belonged to. The witches in the different areas performed the ceremonies and had their own carvings and totem poles. All these were influenced by the region where they were living in. Even though the witches in different regions of Native America had many differences, they did share a sense of oneness and awareness with the living beings.

For the purpose of performing magic, the Native American witches searched for the ingredients that were necessary and these were found in their own land. The things that they used for the purpose of performing witchcraft were bones, stones, herbs, feathers; to name a few. They also made use of other articles for making medicines. The ceremonial costumes, masks and charms were also used by the witches for the purpose of performing magic. As mentioned earlier, the Native American witches completely believed in the supremacy of the nature and all the witches tried to connect themselves with the various natural forces that they could not see with their own eyes.

Witches not only performed magic but they also produced medicines that helped people who were suffering from different illnesses. They used different kinds of tools and techniques for the purpose of diagnosing the disease that people were suffering from. For instance, crystal rocks were used to diagnose the illnesses. There were also times when the witches recited certain sacred hymns at the time of diagnosing the illnesses. The women who served the society by helping people cure their illnesses were referred to as Shamans and they cured the sicknesses by carrying out ceremonies. Of the many ingredients that were used to help people in curing their illnesses, the witches considered the herbs to be of great importance.

WitchcraftThe Native American witches also used to protect against the evil influences. There are many people who believe that a sacred pipe existed during that time and this tool was considered to be a significant symbol of the Native American Witchcraft. The sacred pipe was said to represent the medicine wheel and there were four directions in this wheel that were in the same space. A little tobacco was put in to this pipe and along with this; some grains were also placed in to the pipe. This sacred pipe was utilized by the witches for the purpose of lamenting.

In the past, the Native American witches believed that owls were of utmost importance and they played an important role in their witchcraft. People were believed that owl brought bad luck and if an owl was sent by a person who was considered to be a witch, then this owl could not be killed.

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Date 1/26/2016
Sadie
you probably get this question alot but is there such things as faries and vampires or is that just a myth
Date 1/26/2016
victoria pereira
I am so happy I requested for this Luck Changer Candle Spell cast by the Coven - everything is so Positively changed in my favor and I am ecstatic ?? I even requested for the Weekly Spell Maintenance because I want the "positive Force" to be with me for a very very long time. Thank You my sisters in the Coven. My Blessings be with all of you. "Anonymous"
Date 9/23/2016
Alex sanchez
Hi I'm new to all this I wanted to no had do I get started in all this witchcraft and or herbal remedies? I am very interested!

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