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Southwestern style Necklace, Snake Bone Necklace, Shamanic Necklace, Tribal Necklace, Python Bone Necklace, Wild Free Spirit Necklace 1pc

Handmade item Materials: Bone & horn, Brass, Stainless steel, Stone Made to Order
SKU: ALM00039
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With this wonderful and stylish snake bone necklace in a tribal style, up your level of glitz. You can create a distinctive and eye-catching look with this gorgeous and amusing bone-carved Maori tribal-style necklace that will draw attention wherever you go. Perfect to complement your wild spirit, this python bone necklace is handmade with natural snake bone beads, turquoise heishi beads, solid brass round beads and brown waxed cord.


The artisan uses stainless steel to make necklaces super strong and waterproof. Round solid Brass beads from the United States are also used here as they are some of the best in the market. These necklaces are practically unbreakable and would not wear off even after using them regularly for years on end.


Native American symbolism of Snake:


In the Southwest, many tribes associated snakes with flashes of lightning and associated snakes with speed and feared their deadly power. 


The Snake Clan of Hopi had the water snake as their emblem and the images of it are found on many rocks. Many tribes carried out the Ritual of the Snake as it was believed to protect the tribe on their hikes and hunts.


The elders believed the snake was a symbol of life and rebirth. As a result, snakes made their appearance in many sand paintings and healing ceremonies. Furthermore, they believed that the snake was linked to secrets, fertility, rain, and healing. The snake also became a symbol of renewal as it embraced life and death.


The Navajo believed that the white snake stands for dawn or the East, the yellow snake stands for dusk or West, the black snake, which embodies the dark represents the North, and the blue sky embodies the Sky and hence the South.


What does a serpent symbolize in dreams according to Native American philosophy? The Elders believed that snake dreams mean that you have an enemy. So, if you end up killing the snake in your dreams, it means good luck.



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