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This site is dedicated to the Spirit of the Wolf and all that encompasses.

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I know what you're thinking, "Oh no! Not another Wolf web site!", but the wolf has been on my mind and in my dreams lately so I thought it was appropriate.  This animal spirit is one of four that I know must be my animal spirits - either because I've been told so or because it pops up in my life on a fairly regular basis.  I also don't know why it's the white wolf and not another color, but it always appears in my dreams and thoughts as a white wolf.

Obviously this site is still under construction since it's inception on 12-06-97, and probably always will be as I gather my thoughts and other information I feel is appropriate to this site.  So if you enjoy my site, you may want to check back often and "reload" to see if anything new and exciting has been added.


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The Spirit of the Wolf

I've always seen the Wolf as an earth spirit (as opposed to air, water, fire) because it seems so grounded.  I don't know if that's how others see it, though.  Wolf has a wild, natural spirit that speaks as much of family and community as it does of predatory impulses and  primal instinct.  I've never thought of the Wolf as evil or malevolent but as a naturally wild, instinctive force of nature.  It feeds when its hungry, it attacks when it feels threatened.  Wolf is one of the natural, instinctive, primal forces within us all that must be tempered with our human conscience, spirit and intelligence.

I think the Wolfspirit speaks to so many of us because it speaks of freedom, a return to basic instincts and a wild spirit that appeals to those parts of ourselves we have closed off by living in cities and by devoting ourselves mostly to our working lives.  It's that part of ourselves we need to find and bring back into our lives in order to achieve some sort of balance.

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The American Indian Connection

"Wolf is the Grand teacher. Wolf is the sage, who after many winters upon the sacred path and seeking the ways of wisdom, returns to share new knowledge with the tribe. Wolf is both the radical and the traditional in the same breath. When the Wolf walks by you - you will remember." - Robert Ghost Wolf

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Wolf as Spirit Guide

Wolf's Characteristics are: Earth Wisdom, Protection, Loyalty, Perseverance, Success, Spirit Teaching, Guidance In Dreams And Meditations, Outwitting Enemies, Ability To Pass Unseen, Steadfastness.  The White Wolf represents Purity, Cunning and Strength.

"Wolf is the pathfinder, the forerunner of new ideas who returns to the clan to teach and share medicine. Wolf takes one mate for life and is loyal like Dog. If you were to keep company with Wolves, you would find an enormous sense of family within the pack, as well as a strong individualistic urge. These qualities make Wolf very much like the human race. As humans, we also have an ability to be a part of society and yet still embody our individual dreams and ideas.

In the great Star Nation, Wolf is represented by the Dog Star, Sirius, which legend tells us was the original home of our teachers in ancient times. Sirius was thought to be the home of the gods by the ancient Egyptians, and is still considered so by the Dogan tribe in Africa. It stands to reason that Native American peoples would formulate this same connection and adopt Wolf people as the clan of teachers.

The senses of the Wolf are very keen, and the moon is its power ally. The moon is the symbol for psychic energy, or the unconscious that holds the secrets of knowledge and wisdom. Baying at the moon may be an indication of Wolf's desire to connect with new ideas which are just below the surface of consciousness. Wolf medicine empowers the teacher within us all to come forth and aid the children of Earth in understanding the Great Mystery and life.

If you have Wolf medicine, you may be able to share your personal medicine with others. Your intuitive side may also have an answer or teaching for your personal use at this time. As you feel Wolf coming alive within you, you may wish to share your knowledge by writing or lecturing on information that will help others better understand their uniqueness or path in life. It is in the sharing of great truths that the consciousness of humanity will attain new heights. Wolf could also be telling you to seek out lonely places that will allow you to see your teacher within. in the aloneness of a power place, devoid of other humans, you may find the true you. Look for teachings no matter where you are. Wolf would not come to you unless you requested the appearance of the tribe's greatest teacher."

The above is an excerpt from Medicine Cards copyright 1988 by Jamie Sams & David Carson.

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The Plight of the Wolf

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NAWA Adopt-A-Wolf

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Wolf Poetry

Actually I haven't written any yet, but when I do - I'll post it here.

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Other Interesting Wolf Sites

Wild Wolf Women on the Web

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