Interested in Native American cultures as well as many others. I'm Scottish/English/Irish/German and am interested in those as well. Love science, and learning of all sorts.
What brings you to this website?
Arvel Bird performed his Animal Totems at a concert hall in the Denver area, and that started it. Also at a metaphysical fair there was an artist who did line drawings about the totems. Would love to learn more
Do you have a special animal totem that has come to you?
I made a native american drum with a Cherokee elder here in the area, and my buffalo hide shows a turtle in it. That seems to have hit me like a ton of bricks but don't know wht it is.
What are some of your favorite Animal Totems books and resources?
I really have only looked up a list on a googled website
How did you find us?
Through Arvel Bird's website.
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AND, if that isn't enough information for you, you can find even more of it here through our MASTER LIST of mega-animal totem sites. lol ... that should get 'cha started anywayz. :-) Have fun exploring!
Just stopping by to say HI! and to WELCOME you to our new online Totem Talk community! This site is still quite young, just one week old, and is in the process of being set up at this time. You are amongst some of the first to arrive, so please feel free to browse around and to check out what we do have up on the site so far. I'm adding new content daily, so its a work in progress at this time. I'm also working on a welcome, orientation and introductory message which will go out sometime later today to all of the new TT members. I hope you will enjoy being part of this community, and look forward to getting to know you better through our online chats, discussions and personal blog entries. Wishing you a marvelous day! :-)