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A Voodoo Veve acts as a "beacon" for the Loa (also spelled Lwa) - a type of spirit, sometimes referred to as "angel", and will serve as a loa's representation during rituals. This one is for loua erzuli, more or less the goddess of love.

A Voodoo Veve acts as a "beacon" for the Loa (also spelled Lwa) - a type of spirit, sometimes referred to as "angel", and will serve as a loa's representation during rituals.

Wind clan symbol, drawn by Jay at Tuckabatchee

Wind clan pic done in sand by a wind clan member at Tuckabatchee Alabama

Book about Creek Indians

A New Order of Things: Property, Power, and the Transformation of the Creek Indians, (Studies in North American Indian History)

Creek Indian Symbols | Alabama Creek Indian Symbols

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Chief Red Eagle; Chief of the Poarch Creek Indians. My Great-Great-Great-Grandfather!

Chief of the Poarch Creek Indians. My Great-Great-Great-Grandfather!

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The Creek Indians (Muskogee) belong to the Muckhogean linguistic stock. The Creek Confederacy was made up of the remains of several other tribes in Georgia and Alabama, which was from the South-East, then pushed into Alabama, and later into Oklahoma.

The second silver dollar issued by the Creek Indians features Chief Menawa, as originally painted by Charles Bird King when Menawa visited W...

The second silver dollar issued by the Creek Indians features Chief Menawa, as originally painted by Charles Bird King when Menawa visited W.

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