Whitney (wawwhite) wrote in animal_stamps,
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Theme # 21 : Native American Animal Symbolism

Sorry this is so late, but real life has, you know, a habit of getting in the way.

The application is the same as the Celtic animal symbolism theme, so just make the necessary changes and you'll be good to go! In the same way, you can ask for one or two stamps since there are so many options!

Also, I'm going to remove the moderated posting for now. There's been less spam lately, so hopefully I can keep it like this!

  1. Please vote on everyone that needs it.
  2. You may post 2 themes at once.
  3. Please tag your application with !needs votes and [native american theme].
  4. Check over the options below.
  5. Post!


Application


Stamps and Descriptions

Alligator: Symbolizes stealth and a fight for survival.


Badger: Symbolizes aggressiveness, passion and drive.


Bat: The bat is the guardian of the night.


Bear: The bear is the protector and symbolizes physical strength and leadership.


Beaver: The beaver is best known as a hunter and gatherer.


Buffalo: The buffalo provides the good things for those living as well as sacredness.


Butterfly: The butterfly is a transformer and a symbol of metamorphosis.


Cougar: The cougar stands for power, leadership, and swiftness.


Coyote: Sometimes considered an omen that bad things could happen. Is also considered a trickster.


Crane: The crane is a symbol of solitude and independence.


Deer: Symbolizes speed and family protection.


Dolphin: The dolphin brings in a lot of power and control. It is also a symbol of kindness, but has the nature to be playful.


Eagle: Often considered the protector, carrier of prayers, visions, & spirits.


Elk: The elk is an animal of nobility, power, freedom, and great strength and agility.


Fox: The fox is very a cunning, intelligent, and providing animal.


Hawk: The hawk is the great messenger and observer of the sky.


Horse: The horse is a carrier of burdens and symbolizes love, devotion, loyalty, freedom, stamina, and power.


Lizard: The lizard promotes dreaming, agility, and conservation.


Moose: Symbolizes scrutiny and attention to detail.


Owl: The owl is a very respected animal and is thought to symbolize the souls of the departed. They are connected with darkness and night and are considered a bad omen.


Otter: The otter is a mischievous creature that is also a symbol of laughter, curiosity, grace, and empathy.


Porcupine: Symbolizes gentle innocence and trust.


Rabbit: Symbolizes fear and overcoming limiting beliefs.


Raven: The raven is sometimes considered a trickster like the coyotee. It is also known to be a teacher and horder. The raven is also the mark of a shape shifter.


Salmon: The salmon symbolizes instinct, persistence, and determination.


Snake: The snake is usually seen in healing and fertility rites. He is often considered a hunter.


Swan: The swan is the symbol of total grace, serenity, and innocence.


Thunderbird: It is described as a large bird, capable of creating storms and thundering while it flies. It can symbolize power, provision, spirit, victory, war, rain, and storms.

turtle
Turtle: This is a very powerful symbol for women. It symbolizes fertility, long life, and perseverance. It is sometimes even considered able to defy death.

wolf
Wolf: The wolf is the teacher of new ideas and wisdom. It shows intense loyalty with a balance of independence.
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