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Wolf lore
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Post # 1

Hello, all!

I was wondering if anyone knew any type of myths/legends/lore of wolves being messengers. I had an unsettling dream about a male silver eyed black wolf last night and it's getting under my skin.

I am still curious about any stories/legends anyone would know, or if I'm mistaking this for something unrelevant due to my wild imagination.

Thank you for your time.

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Re: Wolf lore
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Post # 2
Um, I'll look into it, but I had a dream about a wolf. So I'll look into it! But I think in maybe some native American stories wolves were important. But I could be wrong.
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Re: Wolf lore
By: / Novice
Post # 3
The wolf in Native American culture and lore is considered to be a "Medicine Being", associated with courage, strength, loyalty, and success at the hunt. Some Northwestern coast tribes/ bands have stories of a wolf transforming into the first man. The Shoshone Tribe lore tells of the Creator being a wolf. There are some good links, I found just typing 'wolves in myths and stories' to be a great start. The best links are the ones by Native Americans, of course :)
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Re: Wolf lore
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Post # 4
oh yeah, totally forgot that lol and I'm part native american. That's just sad.
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Re: Wolf lore
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 5
All animals can be worked with in medicine. Good and bad medicine is their way of discerning magic outcome. Obviously bad medicine hurts people. Everything in nature has is own medicine. But silver eyed wolf sounds like a shape shifter. A wolf spirit would look like an ordinary wolf. What you saw was likely a nature spirit that took the form of a wolf. So wolf lore won't matter. Take it as is and wait. If the spirit wants your attention this will not be the last you dream of those silver eyes. The eyes never lie, but form is not concrete in the other worlds.
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Re: Wolf lore
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Post # 6

I didn't even mention shapeshifting and that's what happened in the dream. It looked to be a tree nymph taking form of a wolf.

Thank you for that, White :) And thanks to others for their input.

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Re: Wolf lore
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 7
I never understood this obsession with wolves! A wolf is a perfectly ordinary wild pack animal. Nothing really mysterious or magical about the animal.
You want to study wolves? Buy a dog! You will have a wolf on your hearthrug!
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Re: Wolf lore
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Post # 8
Brysing, you don't have to be rude. Wolves are just as good as any of your favorite or most connected with animals. Every animal has their own powers and special abilitys. Wolves are most commonly classified as messengers, guides, knowledgeable helpers, protecters and more. If you have ever meditated and even tried to understand any animals (especially through meditation), then you would understand. And I would say that that was a bit uuncalled for, considering that there was no role-playing or anything of fantasy, just asking a question about a spirit in her dream.

Besides, I've seen that wolf before. Black with silver eyes in a vision of mine. But it was male in the vision that I saw during a storm.
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Re: Wolf lore
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Post # 9
I used to love wolves until I needed rabies shots because somebodies pet half wolf / half dog got loose on base and I got bit. Poor wolf hybrid did not ask to be a pet and not be innoculated and get infected but I avoid wolves now here and the astral plane. The guy who owned her ended up in jail over it but the animal was still infected and put down. When I dream of wolves it is usually a nightmare. Very sad. A black wolf with silver glowing eyes has chased me in dreams snarling the whole way. I figure it is just a dream and means nothing. Sometimes dreams are just that. My bad experience is to blame for nightmares but movies of werewolves are to blame for a silver eyed black wolf. Hope that helps. :-)
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Re: Wolf lore
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Post # 10

Yes, thank you Chaos!

Brysing, I don't know why people are obsessed with wolves either. Most of the time I have no control over my dreams, so thing happen that I cannot control. I like wolves, they're cool and all, but I am not obsessed with them. As I recall, Native Americans were big on the spiritual side of wolves.

You have your opinion, and we have ours.

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