Connect with your birth totem with my Native American zodiac canvas chart! Native American cultures have long revered animals as the teachers and keepers of the natural world; they are viewed as sacred and divine guides that appear in our lives to teach us what we need to know. Native Americans honor animals as emotional and intelligent beings, who can still connect with one another on the level of collective consciousness.
Western astrology is represented by our signs of the zodiac while Native American astrology is represented by zodiac animals. Just like Western astrology, your Zodiac animal is assigned to you by the day of your birth. These zodiac animals will tell you a lot about your personality and how you move through the world.
This chart honors every sign, and can be used in your magical work to correspond with every part of you.
What’s your Native American birth totem?
Otter January 20 – February 18 (Aquarius): Unconventional, but brilliant, the otter can make others feel uneasy with their unconventional methods. They have quite an edge, with great imagination and intelligence. They are also loyal, courageous, and intuitive, making them a great friend to have in your life.
Wolf February 19 – March 20 (Pisces): The Universal lover. The loner. The contradiction. Sensitive, Emotional, and affectionate, the wolf loves its solitude as much as a nurturing and generous environment.
Falcon March 21 – April 19 (Aries): The warrior and fearless leader, you can always rely on the falcon to take action. The falcon comes through with good judgment in the most critical and unexpected situations and is full of fire and passion.
Beaver April 20 – May 20 (Taurus): The beaver is a force to be reckoned with. Strategic, cunning, and incredibly sharp, the beaver is a catch! Though compassionate and loyal, the beaver can also be relentless with their “take it or leave it” attitude.
Deer May 21 – June 20 (Gemini): The deer (or stag) is the “muse” of the zodiac. Lively, sociable, and humorous, the deer is the life of the party. Though narcissistic, its less desirable qualities are often overlooked by their radiant and inspiring nature.
Woodpecker June 21 – July 21 (Cancer): The most nurturing of all the symbols, the woodpecker is attentive, empathetic, and understanding. They are supportive and caring, as well as resourceful and organized. They make wonderful friends and partners.
Salmon July 22 – August 21 (Leo): Super creative and energetic! Salmon is a strong and stable symbol, always with a purpose and a goal and an abundance of friends because of their wonderful generosity.
Bear August 22 – September 21 (Virgo): Levelheaded and practical, the bear is a wonderful partner to have in business. Usually the voice of reason, this symbol is also modest and shy, unable to boast comfortably. They are patient and understanding, which also make them great teachers.
Raven September 22 – October 22 (Libra): Naturally charming and enthusiastic, the raven is effortlessly energetic. This symbol is intelligent, yet diplomatic, but also soft spoken. Their patient, romantic, and adaptable nature makes them an ideal partner to have in life.
Snake October 23 – November 22 (Scorpio): The snake embodies all natural energies of its spirit, making them an excellent spiritual leader. Many shamans are born under this symbol. They can be mysterious, dark and secretive, but in the right relationship, they are also intensely passionate, caring and kind.
Owl November 23 – December 21 (Sagittarius): The owl is known as an adventurer as they are spontaneous and susceptible to change at any moment. They are warm and worldly, but can sometimes be seen as thoughtless due to their relentless spirit.
Goose December 22 – January 19 (Capricorn): Incredibly ambitious and lively, the goose gets things done. They love to succeed (at any cost), and are quite competitive, excelling in anything they start. They are passionate, humorous, and persevering, but can also be their own worst enemy as they battle their internal foe.
This listing is for one (1) Native American zodiac canvas chart, about 8 x 10”. Yours will arrive lovingly parceled for your enjoyment and delight.
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