Iroquois Religion?

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The Iroquois believes in a creator called the Great Spirit. They also believed that a good and evil spirit were responsible for all things good and bad on Earth. The evil spirit was responsible for disease, bad behavior, and misfortune. The Iroquois would often dance wearing masks and performing chants in order to scare the evil spirit and its helpers away. They believed that the spirits of their dead went on to join the Good spirit and all of its helpers in the afterlife.
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