Native American Animal Symbols Of The Zodiac

Your Native American Totem Says About You

9. Raven (Sep 22 – Oct 22)

Native American Animal Symbols Of The Zodiac

Western Zodiac Sign: Libra
Element: Air, Earth
Stone: Jasper
Color: Blue, Brown
Personality Traits: Diplomatic, Friendly, Peace-loving
Best Compatibility With: Deer, Otter

Native Americans used to believe that the raven was born as a white bird, but owing to a few negative actions, and wrongdoings, it’s color changed to black. That is why this Native American zodiac is a perfect representation of your inner self, as well as the outer self. People with this sign tend to look for peace, and harmony wherever they go. They believe in unity and are gifted at avoiding and solving even the most difficult conflicts.

Their diplomacy and neutral personality can sometimes make other people angry, who would want them to speak up for what’s right. Their neutral stance regarding everything sometimes makes them come across as cowardly, and superficial. Ravens can also be quite spiteful, ill-mannered, and harsh when faced with tough situations.

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10. Snake (Oct 23 – Nov 22)

Native American Animal Symbols Of The Zodiac

Western Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
Element: Earth, Water
Stone: Amethyst
Color: Orange, Violet
Personality Traits: Spiritual, Secretive, Impulsive
Best Compatibility With: Wolf, Woodpecker

Most shamans are born under this Native American zodiac animal symbol.

The Snake is natural in all matters of the spirit. Because they are attuned to the ethereal realm, the Snake makes a very good, and gifted spiritual leader. They are respected for their healing powers, which is why the snake excels the most in the medical field. Their preoccupation with everything impalpable makes others view them as mysterious, dark, and sometimes scary. Even though the Snake can be a bit dark, and secretive – they are also very caring, emotional, and sensitive.

Despite their spiritual, and peaceful nature, if wronged in any way, they can attack you with their deadly and venomous strikes. They can end up being emotionally unstable, unforgiving, poisonous, and even violent sometimes.

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11. Owl (Nov 23 – Dec 21)

Native American Animal Symbols Of The Zodiac

Western Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
Element: Fire, Earth
Stone: Obsidian
Color: Black, Gold
Personality Traits: Self-dependent, Open-minded, Adventurous
Best Compatibility With: Salmon, Falcon

People having this Native American zodiac sign, are truly unique beings. Their ability to see clearly in the dark makes them philosophical in nature, who are always on the lookout for enlightenment in life. Due to them being great listeners, they are almost always spot-on when it comes to giving advice. People with this sign are synonymous with how the Owl is in reality; they are always looking to enjoy and do fun things at night. In short, they are nyctophiles, inside and out.

Just like positive traits, the Owl has quite a few negative traits as well. When in a negative situation, they can end up being really diabolical, cunning, and overindulgent by nature. They can lose their sense of morals, and what is right, once they are consumed by their self-centered goals.

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12. Goose ( Dec 22 – Jan 19)

Native American Animal Symbols Of The Zodiac

Western Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Element: Air, Earth
Stone: Peridot, Quartz
Color: Silver, White
Personality Traits: Methodical, Ambitious, Reliable
Best Compatibility With: Raven, Bear, Beaver

If you want something done, and done well, then give it to the Goose. Ambitious, hardworking, and persevering, the Goose sets goals and works hard to accomplish them. Success is always on their mind, and they don’t stop until they have fulfilled every one of their goals. The goose is determined to succeed at all cost – not for the approval of others – but those with this Native American animal symbol competes with his/her own internal foe. And if they have supportive friends and family beside them, then they perform even better!

Their ambitious side can sometimes spell trouble for the Goose. Because they are always too focused on success, they sometimes end up losing their emotional and sensitive side and become increasingly analytical, and mechanical. Furthermore, if they are in an undesirable or unfruitful environment, they end up getting consumed by their dark inner spirit.

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So, these are all the Native American zodiac signs. Let us know in the comments below, which one do you belong to!


Native American Animal Symbols Of The Zodiac
Native American Animal Symbols Of The Zodiac
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17 thoughts on “Native American Animal Symbols Of The Zodiac”

  1. This is so fantastically true of everyone in my family including myself it is scary. Like someone looked directly into my soul.

  2. I found this to be quite accurate and I fit right into the character and personality quirks.
    Simply amazed

  3. This doesn’t surprise me at all. It is just confirmation of what I already knew and felt.
    BELIEVE OTTER

  4. based on my date of birth: this is so accurate….Wolf: Feb 19 – Mar 20
    Deeply emotional, and wholly passionate, the Wolf is the lover of the zodiac in both the physical and philosophical sense of the word. The Wolf understands that all we need is love, and is fully capable of providing it. Juxtaposed with his/her fierce independence – this Native American animal symbol is a bit of a contradiction in terms. Needing his/her freedom, yet still being quite gentle and compassionate – we get the picture of the “lone wolf” with this sign. In a nurturing environment the Wolf is intensely passionate, generous, deeply affectionate, and gentle. Left to his/her own devices the Wolf can become impractical, recalcitrant, obsessive, and vindictive.

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