Blue Dream Catcher
"Yuma"

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    29.5 in long, this value can vary a few because dream catchers are handmade.

    (Ditto for the color, which can also vary slightly) 

    This blue dream catcher is one of the most complex to decipher, we needed explanations from several tribal elders, the blue of the feathers is actually an allegory to the circle of life, it comes from the (very surprising) eye color of the son of one of the former Ojibwe chiefs.

     

     Blue Dream Catcher: The youngest of the leaders 

    "Yuma" means in the languages of the native peoples of North America (of the Yuman tribe, you will understand later in the story) "the son of the chief". And it's no coincidence why this dream catcher is called like that. 

    It was made by an Ojibwe chief for his son. In a peaceful moment for the tribe, a scout on a mission came back in a very hurried manner to announce the news. 

    Some warriors from the Yuman tribe far away (they have travelled thousands of kilometres) to talk with the village chief. The chief, seeing no inconvenience, decided to organize a meeting the next day because it was his son's birthday. In the evening he offered him this dream catcher (common gift), needless to say that it was the most beautiful dream catcher of the tribe. Blue represents both the color of his son's eyes (a very rare color in their tribe) and the continuity of life and supports him in nature. 

    The next day, his meeting was an ambush and he was killed... The grieving village, the son became the youngest chief in the history of the tribe and this dream catcher guided him throughout the cycle of his life.

    dream-catcher-dimension
    29.5 in long, this value can vary a few because dream catchers are handmade.

    (Ditto for the color, which can also vary slightly) 

    This blue dream catcher is one of the most complex to decipher, we needed explanations from several tribal elders, the blue of the feathers is actually an allegory to the circle of life, it comes from the (very surprising) eye color of the son of one of the former Ojibwe chiefs.

     

     Blue Dream Catcher: The youngest of the leaders 

    "Yuma" means in the languages of the native peoples of North America (of the Yuman tribe, you will understand later in the story) "the son of the chief". And it's no coincidence why this dream catcher is called like that. 

    It was made by an Ojibwe chief for his son. In a peaceful moment for the tribe, a scout on a mission came back in a very hurried manner to announce the news. 

    Some warriors from the Yuman tribe far away (they have travelled thousands of kilometres) to talk with the village chief. The chief, seeing no inconvenience, decided to organize a meeting the next day because it was his son's birthday. In the evening he offered him this dream catcher (common gift), needless to say that it was the most beautiful dream catcher of the tribe. Blue represents both the color of his son's eyes (a very rare color in their tribe) and the continuity of life and supports him in nature. 

    The next day, his meeting was an ambush and he was killed... The grieving village, the son became the youngest chief in the history of the tribe and this dream catcher guided him throughout the cycle of his life.


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