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Hakʼaz néʼéshjaaʼ Medicine Bag

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Hakʼaz néʼéshjaaʼ Medicine Bag... The yellow eye sees hidden things... This name is Navajo that means; a large, white, nomadic Arctic owl.
I love creating medicine bags on this glacier white leather. It is more expensive than others so I save it for special creations so I give you the Hakʼaz néʼéshjaaʼ Medicine Bag...

Our Native Peoples of the southwest have two different beliefs concerning owls. Some tribes see owls, in general, as the harbinger of death and witches while others see the owl as a symbol of wisdom and seers. The Zuni tribe believed that an owl feather placed in a baby’s crib kept evil spirits away from the infant. Other tribes saw owls as bringers of healing, so a feather could be hung in the doorway of a home to keep illness out. According to Navajo legend, the creator, Nayenezgani, told the Owl after creating it "...in days to come, men will listen to your voice to know what will be their future".
The Inuit people of Alaska have a legend about the Snowy Owl, in which Owl and Raven are making each other new clothes. Raven made Owl a pretty dress of black and white feathers. Owl decided to make Raven a lovely white dress to wear. However, when Owl asked Raven to allow her to fit the dress, Raven was so excited that she couldn’t hold still. In fact, she jumped around so much that Owl got fed up and threw a pot of lamp oil at Raven. The lamp oil soaked through the white dress, and so Raven has been black ever since.

Snowy owls are symbols of high magick, secrets and foretelling. Many Lakota medicine men wear owl feathers and promise never to harm the owl, or else it is believed their powers will leave them. Snowy Owls, in particular, are the carriers of Wisdom from the Elders. If the Snowy Owl is your animal spirit you have the gift of channeling the words of the elders via inspired written words or automatic writing.

Bring the Hakʼaz néʼéshjaaʼ Medicine Bag along with you to see what you cannot see...

This white leather bag is 3 1/2 by 5 inches embellished with amber and white glass beads on a 23-inch braided leather lanyard...
Hakʼaz néʼéshjaaʼ Medicine Bag... The yellow eye sees hidden things... This name is Navajo that means; a large, white, nomadic Arctic owl.
I love creating medicine bags on this glacier white leather. It is more expensive than others so I save it for special creations so I give you the Hakʼaz néʼéshjaaʼ Medicine Bag...

Our Native Peoples of the southwest have two different beliefs concerning owls. Some tribes see owls, in general, as the harbinger of death and witches while others see the owl as a symbol of wisdom and seers. The Zuni tribe believed that an owl feather placed in a baby’s crib kept evil spirits away from the infant. Other tribes saw owls as bringers of healing, so a feather could be hung in the doorway of a home to keep illness out. According to Navajo legend, the creator, Nayenezgani, told the Owl after creating it "...in days to come, men will listen to your voice to know what will be their future".
The Inuit people of Alaska have a legend about the Snowy Owl, in which Owl and Raven are making each other new clothes. Raven made Owl a pretty dress of black and white feathers. Owl decided to make Raven a lovely white dress to wear. However, when Owl asked Raven to allow her to fit the dress, Raven was so excited that she couldn’t hold still. In fact, she jumped around so much that Owl got fed up and threw a pot of lamp oil at Raven. The lamp oil soaked through the white dress, and so Raven has been black ever since.

Snowy owls are symbols of high magick, secrets and foretelling. Many Lakota medicine men wear owl feathers and promise never to harm the owl, or else it is believed their powers will leave them. Snowy Owls, in particular, are the carriers of Wisdom from the Elders. If the Snowy Owl is your animal spirit you have the gift of channeling the words of the elders via inspired written words or automatic writing.

Bring the Hakʼaz néʼéshjaaʼ Medicine Bag along with you to see what you cannot see...

This white leather bag is 3 1/2 by 5 inches embellished with amber and white glass beads on a 23-inch braided leather lanyard...

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The section called Gallery CUSTOM from Sold is to help customers wanting a custom-made bag to find similar bag ideas. Select one of these and I will make a CUSTOM bag for you similar to it or of the same subject matter. The bag color is of my choice but I will try to accommodate a special request. These bags cannot be duplicated, obviously, being one-of-a-kind creations. Once a custom-made order is placed there are no exchanges, new selection or return.
Earthwayspirits medicine bags are hand crafted and hand painted, one of a kind. The craftmeanship of the leather pouch is substantial. The beading is secured with polyester threat to prevent breaking. The painting, however, will not withstand misuse of any kind; stretching, scraping or exposing it to any liquids. I use a fabric paint sealant to make the paint and ink more adherant. Under normal wear and tear, earthwayspirits medicine bags should last years. Store in a dry, dark and cool place...
Allow me 8 days to create your medicine bag and then add shipping time. Please inquire through Etsy messaging if you would like to request a specific color leather or beading be used, only if available.

Hakʼaz néʼéshjaaʼ Medicine Bag

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: leather, sinew, amber glass beads, white glass beads, paint, ink, pony beads, braided leather lanyard
  • Feedback: 133 reviews
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