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Eagle Zuni Fetish Meaning

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 7:21 AM

What is the Eagle Zuni Fetish Meaning? The Eagle is the guardian and master or prey god of the Upper regions because he flies through the skies without tiring and his coat is speckled like the clouds.  He is the younger brother of the wolf and the older brother of the mole.  The Eagle is the messenger to the gods and his fetish represents power, balance, dignity, vision, higher truth and grace.  In Zuni culture a fetish represents the animal spirit thought to reside in the stone.  The eagle is found in both the healing and the hunter directional fetish sets.

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Mole Zuni Fetish Meaning

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 7:18 AM

What is the Mole Zuni Fetish Meaning? The Mole is the guardian and master of the lower regions because he burrows through the earth without tiring. He is the younger brother of the Eagle. He protects crops from disease and pests that threaten the harvest. The Mole fetish represents awareness, grounding and introspection. It is included in both the healing and hunting directional fetish sets, and usually carved in black to represent the color of its coat and the color of the holes and caves of the earth. Artists sometimes inlay these fetishes with eyes, but often they are left without eyes. In Zuni culture a fetish represents the animal spirit thought to reside in the stone. Moles remind us that even subtle change is still change.

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Wolf Zuni Fetish Meaning

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 7:14 AM

What is the Wolf Zuni Fetish Meaning? The Wolf is guardian and master or prey god of the East. He is the younger brother of bobcat in the hunting directional set. of fetishes. In Zuni culture a fetish represents the animal spirit thought to reside in the stone. The wolf represents not just successful hunting, but also the ability to work together for the good of the group because of its pack mentality. It is a teacher, pathfinder, and represents a sharing of knowledge. He teaches inner guidance and clarity.

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Mountain Lion Zuni Fetish Meaning

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 7:12 AM

What is the Mountain Lion Zuni Fetish Meaning? The Mountain Lion is the guardian and master of the North in Zuni culture. He is thought to be the most powerful hunter and appears in both hunting and healing directional sets of fetishes. In Zuni culture a fetish represents the animal spirit thought to reside in the stone. The Mountain Lion is endowed with peculiar powers of sight and smell. He is the older brother of the bear and represents leadership, resourcefulness, cunning and clarity, independence, spiritual intensity, intuition, fierce protectiveness and loyalty. It is carried by travelers to protect them on their journey and also carried by hunters to help ensure a successful hunt.

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Bear Zuni Fetish Meaning

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 7:07 AM

In Zuni culture a fetish represents the animal spirit thought to reside in the stone. What is the Bear Zuni Fetish Meaning? The Bear is the guardian and master of the west. His fetish represents healing and protection. The Bear is associated with the color blue and known for his curative powers. Though all bears are healers, white bears are particularly powerful. Characteristics associated with bears include strength, courage, adaptability, healing and spiritual communion.

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