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“…so I could see all the earth…”  — Native American story

“…so I could see all the earth…” — Native American story

- She knows that it's impossible to tell a wolf from a woman if she keeps her chin up and her teeth clean - / Abbadon

- She knows that it's impossible to tell a wolf from a woman if she keeps her chin up and her teeth clean - / Abbadon

Wendigos are an interesting type of monster, because they are born out of humans doing something believed to be inherently wrong.  When humans eat another human's flesh and begin to live in the woods, they turn into wendigos.  I find them to be worse than something like a vampire or a werewolf, because they have chosen to do something wrong intentionally.  They did something that is very foul: they became cannibals.  As a result, they turn into something disgusting and disturbing.

Wendigo

Wendigos are an interesting type of monster, because they are born out of humans doing something believed to be inherently wrong. When humans eat another human's flesh and begin to live in the woods, they turn into wendigos. I find them to be worse than something like a vampire or a werewolf, because they have chosen to do something wrong intentionally. They did something that is very foul: they became cannibals. As a result, they turn into something disgusting and disturbing.

The World's 7 Most Haunted Forests | moviepilot.com Freetown State Forest, Massachusetts Part of the Bridgewater Triangle area known for a bevy of paranormal activity, the Freetown State Forest is where most of the haunting occurrences take place. Its haunted status goes all the way back to colonial times, when settlers purchased the land from the Wampanoag Tribe. This deal was dicey at best because the Native Americans believed the forest to be sacred (housing multiple American Indian…

The World's 7 Most Haunted Forests Will Make You Never Try Camping Again

The World's 7 Most Haunted Forests | moviepilot.com Freetown State Forest, Massachusetts Part of the Bridgewater Triangle area known for a bevy of paranormal activity, the Freetown State Forest is where most of the haunting occurrences take place. Its haunted status goes all the way back to colonial times, when settlers purchased the land from the Wampanoag Tribe. This deal was dicey at best because the Native Americans believed the forest to be sacred (housing multiple American Indian…

Native American Vintage Turquoise Ring - Size 7 (1.115 BRL) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring jewelry, rings, accessories, native american rings, green turquoise jewelry, blue turquoise ring, american indian rings and native american jewelry

Native American Vintage Turquoise Ring - Size 7 (1.115 BRL) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring jewelry, rings, accessories, native american rings, green turquoise jewelry, blue turquoise ring, american indian rings and native american jewelry

8x21 The Great Escapist [gifset] :: Sam bravely resists the urge to correct Dean. Good on ya, Sam

8x21 The Great Escapist [gifset] :: Sam bravely resists the urge to correct Dean. Good on ya, Sam

The Choctaw Horse is a horse breed from the state of Mississippi in the United States that was originally used by the Choctaw tribe of Native Americans. To the Choctaw, this particular breed of horse was symbolic of wealth, glory, honor, and prestige.

The Choctaw Horse is a horse breed from the state of Mississippi in the United States that was originally used by the Choctaw tribe of Native Americans. To the Choctaw, this particular breed of horse was symbolic of wealth, glory, honor, and prestige.

Web: Native American Use of Edible Mushrooms in the Southwest

Web: Native American Use of Edible Mushrooms in the Southwest

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