Much of the mythology of the Iroquois has been lost. Some of their religious
stories have been preserved, including creation stories and some folktales.
Religious Beliefs. The supernatural world of the Iroquois included numerous
deities, the most important of which was Great Spirit, who was responsible for the
Mar 25, 2016 ... The Iroquois Confederacy or Haudenosaunee is unique in culture and religious
beliefs. This 'League of Peace and Power' or 'People of the ...
The opposition of the good twin and the bad stresses the central tenant of
Iroquois religion: the maintenance of balance and harmony between these two
Jan 20, 2011 ... The Iroquois tribes, like many other Indian cultures, viewed themselves as a ...
That set of beliefs is a foundation of Chondogyo, a native religion ...
Because an individual's death diminished the collective power of a lineage, clan,
and village, Iroquois families conducted "Requickening" ceremonies in which ...
Dec 20, 2012 ... André Herrera Mr. Sirois Period G Native American Religions: The Iroquois.
The Great Spirit: The Iroquois believe in a the Great Spirit, the Creator of all
things. Good and Evil Spirit: Next down the line were Good Spirit and Evil Spirit.
RELIGION The Iroquois believed the Creator, or Great Spirit, created the world.
They also believed almost all natural things were cared for by spirits such as the
School paper about the religion of the Iroquois Nation, Dakota (Sioux) and