Grass Valley California

Welcome to our little corner of the world as far from your beautiful town as one can get and still be in Indian Country, the USA.

http://www.cityofgrassvalley.com/home

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The Story of the Teardrop

http://mysmudgingblog.blogspot.com/2012/12/the-story-of-teardrop.html

So, just in case, remember that tribes, especially this far apart will have some if not all, different ceremonies and culture?

For instance, many tribes around your state call the ceremony, “A Dream Catcher!”

Most are now made in factories and this country has few if any factories.

They are round with pretty colors.

Ours are in the shape of a tear Drop and we, at least the traditionalist, try to stick with bird of prey feathers?

That said, the idea and the ceremony is the only thing that really matters?

To help children sleep a little more peaceful.

Thank-you Spider Women!

It is always a blessing to receive questions and comments from friends near and far, thank-you for your visit.

May the your Creator bless you all the days of your life.

Shechaim Ohjieshan

https://sachemspeaks.wordpress.com/dreamcatcher/

If you need more information please write?

AS ALWAYS

AQUINE

Peace to you

I like it when you write comments.

I love it when you have question.

Hope that this is of some help to you?

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Mohiigan  People

Shechaim Ohjieshan (Sachem Walkingfox)

2 thoughts on “Grass Valley California

  1. Enjoyed “The Story of the Teardrop” and the Little people that made it all possible through their connection with the Creator. I still have a dream catcher by my bed, and believe it to be a comfort as it dismisses thoughts of bad dreams.Always enjoy reading your old tales.

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