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CUSTOM When Death Calls the Purifier Medicine Bag

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When Death Calls the Purifier Medicine Bag... Only seen by many as a harbinger of death. He soars the skies of New Mexico and is a familiar sight in our harsh desert. He appears to only eat of the putrid rotting flesh of kills nothing else would touch. But they judge him wrongly...
His red bald head came from flying too near the sun to retrieve clothing for the birds of the earth from the Creator. The Jicarilla Apache say baldness comes from the turkey buzzard. One who is bald comes from the turkey buzzard people. The Hopi say that this vulture was a part of the earth being made for the People. The Water that covered earth made living here damp. The people appealed to Buzzard/Vulture for help. He spread his wings and fanned the waters, which flowed away to the east and to the west until mountains began to appear. The Mayans called them death eaters. Only certain branches of the Shawnee People utilized the vulture as a central theme of religious worship. The Xuale People literally called themselves the Buzzard People. Suale or Sule means “vulture” in Shawnee, Cherokee and Creek. The Alabama, Choctaw and Chickasaw use the words, sayki or sheki.
The turkey buzzard and is cousin, the California Condor, have a 7-foot wingspan, the largest wingspan of any other birds. He got the name "turkey" because at a great distance he resembled a wild turkey. Have you ever heard the sounds a turkey vulture makes? More than likely the answer is no. Turkey vultures do not sing, cackle, scream, or call out in any way. This is because they do not have a voice box. With no voice box, they are very limited, but they do grunt and hiss.
Do not let the ignorant opinion of others take away the status of the Purifier. Wear When Death Calls the Purifier Medicine Bag knowing he was in the presence of the Creator...

This black bag is 3 1/2 by 5 inches embellished with black glass and red jasper stone beads on a 27 inch braided leather lanyard...
When Death Calls the Purifier Medicine Bag... Only seen by many as a harbinger of death. He soars the skies of New Mexico and is a familiar sight in our harsh desert. He appears to only eat of the putrid rotting flesh of kills nothing else would touch. But they judge him wrongly...
His red bald head came from flying too near the sun to retrieve clothing for the birds of the earth from the Creator. The Jicarilla Apache say baldness comes from the turkey buzzard. One who is bald comes from the turkey buzzard people. The Hopi say that this vulture was a part of the earth being made for the People. The Water that covered earth made living here damp. The people appealed to Buzzard/Vulture for help. He spread his wings and fanned the waters, which flowed away to the east and to the west until mountains began to appear. The Mayans called them death eaters. Only certain branches of the Shawnee People utilized the vulture as a central theme of religious worship. The Xuale People literally called themselves the Buzzard People. Suale or Sule means “vulture” in Shawnee, Cherokee and Creek. The Alabama, Choctaw and Chickasaw use the words, sayki or sheki.
The turkey buzzard and is cousin, the California Condor, have a 7-foot wingspan, the largest wingspan of any other birds. He got the name "turkey" because at a great distance he resembled a wild turkey. Have you ever heard the sounds a turkey vulture makes? More than likely the answer is no. Turkey vultures do not sing, cackle, scream, or call out in any way. This is because they do not have a voice box. With no voice box, they are very limited, but they do grunt and hiss.
Do not let the ignorant opinion of others take away the status of the Purifier. Wear When Death Calls the Purifier Medicine Bag knowing he was in the presence of the Creator...

This black bag is 3 1/2 by 5 inches embellished with black glass and red jasper stone beads on a 27 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...
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: black glass beads, waxed cord, braided leather lanyard, leather, red jasper stone, paint, ink, pony beads
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