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 SKU# 1143  6" Buckskin & Bone Medicine Wheel
6" Buckskin & Bone Medicine Wheel  24.95 
Stock No. RSI6BoneMedWheel

This buckskin wrapped medicine wheel is 6 inches in diameter and approximately 12 inches long. It contains real buffalo bone beads, glass crow beads, and/or brass beads and cones. The feathers are duck feathers.

A fringed deerskin medicine bag in the center is ready to hold symbols of your personal sacred powers.

The medicine wheel is an important cultural symbol for most american indian tribes. The Medicine Wheel is representative of American Indian Spirituality. It symbolizes the individual journey we each must take to find our own path.

Within the Medicine Wheel are The Four Cardinal Directions and the Four Sacred Colors. The Circle represents the Circle of Life and the Center of the Circle, the Eternal Fire.

The circle represents unity, continuity, infinity, completeness, and wholeness. A circle is a form without beginning or end. It is a smooth form, no rough sides to stick out and cause trouble. It rolls with the flow. It is a round river rock that issues flow over.

Just about everything in nature is found in fours, and this is a sacred number in most native american cultures. The human heart has four chambers, humans and most animals have four primary limbs, most animals have four large claws on each foot.

We have four senses: sight, sound, taste, and smell. We divide our lives into four phases: infancy, childhood, adulthood, old age. There are four human races: red, yellow, black and white.

There are four cardinal directions, four seasons, four sacred colors, four natural elements: earth, air, water and fire. There are four primary colors, from which all other colors are derived. We elect our president for four year terms. Four also signifies union, because it is made up of pairs.

The pictures shown are representative. Because this is a one-of-a-kind hand crafted item, each will vary slightly from the one pictured.

Allow up to two weeks for completion of this item, plus shipping time. This item can be shipped internationally. If additional shipping charges outside the continental US apply, we will contact you with the amount after your order is placed.

This item can be shipped internationally.

Not produced by a particular indian or indian tribe.

This buckskin wrapped medicine wheel is 6 inches in diameter and approximately 12 inches long. It contains real buffalo bone beads, glass crow beads, and/or brass beads and cones. The feathers are duck feathers.

A fringed deerskin medicine bag in the center is ready to hold symbols of your personal sacred powers.

The medicine wheel is an important cultural symbol for most american indian tribes. The Medicine Wheel is representative of American Indian Spirituality. It symbolizes the individual journey we each must take to find our own path.

Within the Medicine Wheel are The Four Cardinal Directions and the Four Sacred Colors. The Circle represents the Circle of Life and the Center of the Circle, the Eternal Fire.

The circle represents unity, continuity, infinity, completeness, and wholeness. A circle is a form without beginning or end. It is a smooth form, no rough sides to stick out and cause trouble. It rolls with the flow. It is a round river rock that issues flow over.

Just about everything in nature is found in fours, and this is a sacred number in most native american cultures. The human heart has four chambers, humans and most animals have four primary limbs, most animals have four large claws on each foot.

We have four senses: sight, sound, taste, and smell. We divide our lives into four phases: infancy, childhood, adulthood, old age. There are four human races: red, yellow, black and white.

There are four cardinal directions, four seasons, four sacred colors, four natural elements: earth, air, water and fire. There are four primary colors, from which all other colors are derived. We elect our president for four year terms. Four also signifies union, because it is made up of pairs.

The pictures shown are representative. Because this is a one-of-a-kind hand crafted item, each will vary slightly from the one pictured.

Allow up to two weeks for completion of this item, plus shipping time. This item can be shipped internationally. If additional shipping charges outside the continental US apply, we will contact you with the amount after your order is placed.

This item can be shipped internationally.

Not produced by a particular indian or indian tribe.

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