One of the most beautiful stories in American Indian Mythology. It is said that both good dreams and bad dreams circulate in the night air. The loop, its center woven in a web-like pattern, allows the good dreams to pass through the web into the sleeper, but makes bad dreams become entangled in the web, where they perish at the first light of dawn.
Native Culture and History have always been verbally passed down from one generation to the next. Children are considered our leaders of tomorrow. “Generations” dream catcher has been created to honor the continuance of our life cycle through our children and their children.
Generations Dream Catcher are detailed with semi-precious stones and a quartz crystal in the middle of the web. The quartz crystal assists in removing negative thoughts while the semi-precious stones enhance spiritual communications and guidance.
Monague Native Crafts began as a mobile retail unit traveling from Pow-Wow to Pow-Wow throughout North America in the family van and was established as a wholesale business in 1982. Without any formal business training, the owner, Sandi Monague Roy, developed the company while raising five daughters, two who have grown up in the company and are now an integral part of the business. The family is a member of the Beausoleil First Nations of Ontario (Ojibway).
All products are crafted by hand in Canada. The company gives hiring priority to First Nations People and Women in Development. 100% Native Owned.