Dreamcatchers are most likely in the Chippewa (Ojibwa) Indian culture, even in the 1960s and ’70s, they were other tribes in the Pan-Indian Movement, a push by many First Nations communities in the unity of the two strains in North America and took over the world.
Dreamcatchers is usually a band made of willow with a bunch of tense in a circle, feathers or beads, which are considered sacred. In the Ojibwe language is called Dreamcatcher asabikeshiinh (“spin”) or bawaajige nagwaagan (“dream snare”). They were protection spell was over the cribs, the sleeping child away from nightmares. Continue reading