Each is an exceptional one-of-a-kind creation suspended in a Rare Earth magnetic field permitting it to float  and move freely within a natural Cedar Frame mounted on a Natural Stone Base.  A variety of totem embelishments from the Earth and Sky such as feathers, crystal beads or arrow heads may be a part of the Dream Web.  The base graphic can feature a custom totem, logo, or sentiment.  Each Dream Catrcher has been cleansed with a traditional smudging ceremony of Silver Sage.
Sentiments or Graphics can be added to base
DREAM CATCHERS Suspended in Magnetic Field
by  Soars High - Two Crows
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Printable Lakota Legend of the Dream Catcher Video
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Spiritual Dream Catchers

Hand crafted by Oglala Sioux

“Soars High - Two Crows”

Native Americans of the great plains believe the air is filled with both good and bad dreams According to legend, the good dreams pass through the center hole to the sleeping person. The bad dreams are trapped in the web, where they perish in the light of the dawn
Legend of the Dream Catcher Small Dream Catcher in Magnetic Field Medium Dream Catcher in Magnetic Field Large Dream Catcher in Magnetic Field
Sentiment or Graphic can be added to base
Site design and Admin. by … English Specialty arts - All rights reserved
Each is an exceptional one-of-a-kind creation suspended in a Rare Earth magnetic field permitting it to float  and move freely within a natural Cedar Frame mounted on a Natural Stone Base.  A variety of totem embelishments from the Earth and Sky such as feathers, crystal beads or arrow heads may be a part of the Dream Web.  The base graphic can feature a custom totem, logo, or sentiment.  Each Dream Catrcher has been cleansed with a traditional smudging ceremony of Silver Sage.
4" Dream Catcher in 14" x 16" Cedar Frame Graphics on dream catcher base
DREAM CATCHERS Suspended in Magnetic Field
by  Soars High - Two Crows
Legend of the Dream Catcher
click on any photo to enlarge
Printable Lakota Legend of the Dream Catcher dream catcher in magnetic field dream catchers on coffee table Video
Native Americans of the Great Plains believe the air is filled with both good and bad dreams According to legend, the good dreams pass through the center hole to the sleeping person. The bad dreams are trapped in the web, where they perish in the light of the dawn

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