The Wendigo is a cannibalistic beast from Native American folklore and legend. The word “Wendigo” (pronounced wehn-dee-go) comes from the Native American Algonquian language, meaning “evil spirit that devours mankind.”

The Wendigo is a cannibalistic beast from Native American folklore and legend. The word “Wendigo” (pronounced wehn-dee-go) comes from the Native American Algonquian language, meaning “evil spirit that devours mankind.”another painting on the we wendigo

Deer Woman is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology who is said to be the spirit protector of women and children. Like the Gods and Goddesses of Greece and Rome she sometimes uses her shape-shifting ability to exact revenge.

Deer Woman is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology. She appears at various times as an old woman, or a young beautiful maiden, or a deer. Some descriptions assign her a human female upper body and the lower body of a white-tailed deer.

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.

Sky Woman Iroquois Native American Mythology Pagan Turtle 8x10 fine art print on Etsy, $16.00

(White Buffalo Calf Woman is) Sky Woman Iroquois Native American Mythology by MoonSpiralart/ Tammy Mae Moon

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

Love of the Goddess: Gyhldeptis, Native American Goddess of the Forests - Haida in Canada and Tlingit of USA Alaska

Book of Shadows:  "The Wendigo II," by Charmed-BOS, at deviantART.

Book of Shadows: "The Wendigo II," by Charmed-BOS, at deviantART. This isn't how I think of a Wendigo, but I still like it.

The Spider Woman, sometimes referred to as The Spider Grandmother, is portrayed in Native American myth as the Mother who created all life. The woman who sits in the middle of the universe spinning her web connecting all living life to each other. She was honored in tribes such as the Navajo and the Hopi Indians.

Susan_Seddon_Boulet_Shaman_Spider_Woman and this could SO be Riga in Alchemy and Shaman's Drum

Mishipeshu - a creature of Native American mythology resembling felines sprouting a pair of horns, it is greatly feared and respected due to its ability to control lakes and rivers

Mishipeshu - a creature of Native American mythology resembling felines sprouting a pair of horns, it is greatly feared and respected due to its ability to control lakes and rivers.

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