Native American Mysteries : Vol.3 | An ERSATZ Occult Treasury
This ERSATZ Treasury of Occult Texts, is the third volume of a collection on NATIVE AMERICAN SPIRITUALITY & RELIGION. Included within it, are three different works on the subject, to give the inquiring reader a broader view on the topic.
A MYTHIC TALE OF THE ISLETA INDIANS, NEW MEXICO
by Albert S. Gatscht
SYMBOLISM IN ANCIENT AMERICAN ART
by F.W. Putman & C.C. Willoughby
MYTHS AND WEIRD TALES TOLD BY THE MEWIAN INDIANS OF CALIFORNIA
by C. Hart Merriam
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The mythic tale embodied in the above pages is very popular among the Isleta Indians, and I obtained it from one of them, Henry Kendall, who, in 1885 and for some years previous, was a pupil of the Indian Training School at Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Considering his youthful years, he showed remarkable intelligence, and could reply to almost all the questions I propounded to him on the language and ethnology of his native tribe."
The symbolic eye with its double arms is seen above the jaw, and the four horns or plumes of the serpent, two above and two below curving backward, are of the same character as shown on many other serpent heads from Mexico and Central America.
Another way was to take the hollow wing bone of a Turkey-buzzard and go to windward of the person to be injured. The witch then blew through the bone toward the person. The person soon had bad dreams and felt lonesome, and next day went crazy, and after a while died."
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