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Teachings of the Eagle Feather, part 22: A Song of Great Power

Updated: Oct 14, 2021


Gichi-manidoo-giizis (Great-Spirit Moon, January 30, 2020)


Nimishoo Migiz!

Waabanong ge-nakawenayaan

Gi-giizhigoonigimaani nindowedaan

Gi-giizhigoonigimaani nindowedaan

Niwii gikinawaajitoon gindinaadiziwin

Ishpiming, nigizhiaayaash ishpaa

Ninganawaab niisaya'ii

Ninganawaab niisaya'ii

Ninga niwaabaandaan waashaagama-zaagi'igan

Ji-mino-dooodaman, nibawaajige

Gimanaaji'enimin nimishoo



"Grandfather Eagle!

To the east I turn my head

To the skies I look and call

To the skies I look and call

I will try to emulate your nature

High up in the sky, soaring

Looking down

Looking down

I will perceive a clear blue lake

For I will dream of good deeds

I honor you, grandfather

I honor you in my thoughts."

- My personal song of praise to the spirit of Migizi.


Wedding rings: Dibishkoo Migizi Ishpiming Giga Waabandaan Gichigami (Like the Eagle from On High You Will Perceive the Great Lake). 14K yellow gold eagle feathers, 14K palladium white gold ring shanks; the ladies' ring features a 0.236 x 0.118 inch (6x3 mm) marquise-cut blue sapphire set in a 14K yellow gold bezel.

Visit the Fisher Star Creations website to view details of the above ring set.


Read part 23 of the Teachings of the Eagle Feather series: The Gift of Spring.

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