What Are the Beliefs of the Cherokee Indians?

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The spiritual beliefs of the Cherokee 'Indians' were very vast. The were intent on preserving balance and harmony in nature and among opposites. They believed that the world had many dimensions and there was another spirit world above them that was always the opposite of the one that people and plants and animals lived in. They also believed everything had a spirit and was very significant.
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