12 Native Americans Zodiac Signs And Their Meanings

The Native American people have always had a wonderful relationship with the natural world. Their intrinsic connection to the living things of the Earth is reflected in their mythology and spirituality, including their astrological interpretations. Below is a brief summary of the Native American zodiac signs, including some of their positive and negative attributes.

The Otter (January 20 – February 18)

A unique and unconventional creature known for its intuitive and honest nature but can be perfidious and malevolent.

The Wolf (February 19 – March 20)

Introverted creatures who prefer solitude but are also kind and protective. Their single-mindedness and ruthless nature can be off-putting.

The Falcon (March 21 – April 19)

Positives attributes: Self-starting and action-oriented, born leader. Negatives attributes: Egocentric and impatient

The Beaver (April 20 – May 20)

They are not only pliable and resilient but also strategic and level-headed making them very good at business. However, they can be skittish around crowds and very controlling.

The Deer (May 21 – June 20)

They are witty, upbeat, inspiring and refreshing to have around with superb conversational skills. Yet, they can tend to come off as insincere and self-centered.

The Woodpecker (June 21 – July 21)

These nurturing and paternal creatures tend to be conservative and even-tempered. However, they’re protectiveness can lead to envy and vindictive behaviors.

The Salmon (July 22 – August 21)

They are natural innovators with immense imagination. They are bold and positive allowing them to get ahead. Though sometimes, they end to be uncouth and egotistical as well.

The Bear (August 22 – September 21)

Realistic and logical in their dealings, they are also modest and discrete. Still they can be peevish and aloof creatures.

The Raven (September 22 – October 22)

Their alluring and zealous nature blends well with their optimism and diligence making them very useful. However, they can also be caustic and fanatical.

The Snake (October 23 – November 22)

These enigmatic and hypnotizing creatures are known to be artistic and also edifying. They are unfortunately prone to melancholy and skepticism.

The Owl (November 23 – December 21)

These courageous and enterprising beings thrive because of their adaptability and wisdom. They can be quarrelsome and sometimes inconsiderate.

The Goose (December 22 – January 19)

They are persistent and driven when pursuing a goal. They are also quite affable and extroverted too. Their tendency to be boastful and their snobbish behaviors can be hard to get past making them difficult to connect with.


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