The Wendigo. A creature from the mythology of Native Americans that lived in the region of the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. It's born from pure cannibalism, and its hunger is never satisfied.

The Wendigo

The Wendigo. A creature from the mythology of Native Americans that lived in the region of the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. It's born from pure cannibalism, and its hunger is never satisfied.

Goddess Wohpe, known as White Buffalo Woman in Native American goddess mythology

Goddess Wohpe

Goddess Wohpe, known as White Buffalo Woman in Native American goddess mythology

Different version of the Wendigo. In case I ever get around to that horror/fantasy story I've been wanting to do.

Different version of the Wendigo. In case I ever get around to that horror/fantasy story I've been wanting to do.

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Native American Mythology Characters | Oral Tradition Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

Native American Mythology Characters

Native American Mythology Characters | Oral Tradition Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

Love of the Goddess: Gyhldeptis, Native American Goddess of the Forests...

Love of the Goddess: Gyhldeptis, Native American Goddess of the Forests...

Apotamkin, a Native American version of the Vampire lore

Apotamkin, a Native American version of the Vampire lore

Tyngen-tyn-talla

Tyngen-tyn-talla

Fastachee- Native American myth: "little giver" a small dwarf that gives people corn and medicine.

Fastachee- Native American myth: "little giver" a small dwarf that gives people corn and medicine.

The Spider Woman is a common character in the Native American mythology. She is a powerful female deity and a bit of a trickster, but is usually helpful toward mankind. She is often portrayed as being from the first world, the realm of spirits and gods. Her significance can be noted in tales from the Hopi and Navaho tribes. In various traditions, it is believed that she often came to the aid of the Southwest tribes by weaving light, and is believed to have taught the Navajo people to weave.

The Spider Woman is a common character in the Native American mythology. She is a powerful female deity and a bit of a trickster, but is usually helpful toward mankind. She is often portrayed as being from the first world, the realm of spirits and gods. Her significance can be noted in tales from the Hopi and Navaho tribes. In various traditions, it is believed that she often came to the aid of the Southwest tribes by weaving light, and is believed to have taught the Navajo people to weave.

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