Wearing Occult/Native American Symbols

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Native American and the Occult

To a few on my postings on the occult and dream catchers

 Native American Occult

JE asks: “Would you consider the presence of a Dream Catcher an open door to the occult?

I’ve never been comfortable with their use for children.

Lets take J E's question

What’s Wrong with Wearing Occult or Native American Symbols?

Wearing a symbol is only wrong if the wearer believes it to be wrong?

If someone else thinks that it is wrong and you do not, repeat after me,

"You don't like it"?

 "Don't Look"!

As for Native American Symbols, remember that our ancestors had no written word so they used symbols, was this wrong?


So, if you wear them on your body it that wrong?


There is so much poor information on this and so many other websites that it is hard to know where to start.

I will not get into who was the first tribe to receive the Dream Catcher story, this would be like guessing which tribe was the first to enter Indian Country?

I personally never heard of the words Dream Catcher until visits to other tribes west of Uncasvillage.

Word of mouth was handed down to me from the ancestors about the story of our Teardrop.

Our story Teardrop, as with many of our children stories, are for teaching.

The story of the Teardrop

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