Peekaboo! I Love You!
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Cherokee Legend of The Little People
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Cherokee tale of a race of little people who were said to inhabit the wilds of North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia called the Nunne’hi, meaning “people who live anywhere,” as well as the Yûñwï Tsunsdi’, or “Little People.” No higher than a man’s knee, and imbued with various powers such as the ability to vanish at will, teleport from place to place, and the ability to live forever.
We Are Star Dust
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"Now, let us delve into the mystical realm," Shunkmanu said with a knowing smile. "The spiritual influence of the stars may seem mysterious, but ponder this: our vast universe is like a grand body. Every part, every star, every celestial being is interconnected, much like the organs in your own bodies."
Apache Creation Legends
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In the beginning was only Tepeu and Gucumatz (Feathered Serpent) who also went by the name Quetzalcoatl . These two sat together and thought, and whatever they thought came into being. They thought Earth, and there it was. They thought mountains, and so there were. They thought trees, and sky, and animals etc, and each came into being.
Legend of the Keetoowahs
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Keetoowah, 'the people of Kituhwagi', named after the ancient nucleus city of the Cherokee. The Legend of the Keetoowahs places the tribe on an island in the Atlantic Ocean east of South America.
Cherokee Prophecy of the RattleSnake
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The Feathered Rattlesnake comes and shall be seen in the heavens. It is related as the coming of Quetzalcoatl, as the coming of the Pale One once again.
Grandmother Turtle – A Cherokee Creation Story
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When the earth was first made, it was covered all over with water except for one small island. This island was at the top of a high mountain. This was Blue Mountain (Shaconage), in the Cherokee country. Everyone lived together on this mountaintop island. The human beings and the animals all lived in harmony.
The Prophecy of the Seven Fires of the Anishinaabe
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The Seventh Prophet was younger than the others who had come and there was a glowing light from his eyes. He said that there would come a time when the waters had been so poisoned that the animals and plants that lived there would fall sick and begin to die.
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