Much of the mythology of the Iroquois has been lost. Some of their religious
stories have been ... No stories were ever told during the summer months. .... [H]
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Jan 28, 2013 ... They were later joined by the Tuscarora. As with Inuit mythology the exact names
and roles of the major Iroquois deities varied a bit from tribe to ...
First, the Iroquois were a far-ranging people, with communities established in
such ... The Twin Gods: Sky Woman's grandsons (or in some versions, her sons,)
The latter were in the form of feasts, dances, or incense. Among the most ancient
of these deities, and regarding which the traditions are the most obscure, were ...
The most serious of these were myths about how the gods created and .... The
creation myth of the Iroquois peoples combines elements of the Earth Diver story
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Aborigine Creation Myth. Iroquois Creation Myth. Long before the world was ...
The masks were built into a live tree, and the Iroquois would carve a face on the
... classes of supernatural phenomena: spirits, ghosts of the dead, and the gods.
The Iroquois were enemies of the Huron and the Algonquin, who were allied .....
The twin gods Sapling (East) and Flint (West) embodied the dualistic notion of ...
The religious beliefs of the Iroquois varied, as the different tribes lived far apart
and there are ... However, some commonly held beliefs included worshiping
certain god and goddess-like idols, including Sky Woman, Thunders, the Twin