Discover Your Native American Zodiac and What It Means

Written by on February 24, 2020 in Astrology & Numerology, Reality's Edge with 33 Comments


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Unlike today’s culture and society, Native Americans put an enormous amount of thought into naming their children. These names root in forces of nature, religion, and desired personality characteristics; they translate into poetic epithets. Native Americans had a sort of wisdom and connection to nature that has been somewhat lost with time and industrial expansion.

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The meanings still exist today, however, and there are some really cool ways to explore this culture’s ancient roots. If you’re into astrology or horoscopes, chances are, you’ll find this very interesting: Native Americans have their own zodiac sign meanings, represented by a variety of animals. Your date of birth determines which animal represents you. Check it out!

Otter: Jan 20 – Feb 18
The Otter is often quirky and unpredictable. Otter’s have their own way of getting things done, and this nontraditional approach often puts others off. However, this is a big mistake on the part of others — the Otter’s methods are usually quite effective. The Otter has a unique and creative way of looking at things and is equipped with a brilliant imagination and intelligence. Otters are often very intuitive and perceptive, enabling them to easily make friends. The Otter is also sympathetic, emotional, brave, honest, however, sometimes they can become rebellious or isolated.

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Wolf: Feb 19 – Mar 20
Sensitive, emotional, and compassionate, the Wolf is the true lover of the zodiac in all senses. The Wolf fully believes that all we need is love, and thrives on providing it. However, this Native American symbol can seem a little contradictory because the Wolf also stands for fierce independence, ergo our image of the “lone wolf”. The Wolf would make a great romantic partner because they provide the gentle care you need but also maintain an aspect of independence in their personality. The Wolf is intensely passionate, generous, gentle, and affectionate, but can sometimes be impractical or obsessive.

Falcon: Mar 21 – Apr 19
The Falcon is a natural-born leader and can always be looked to for fair judgment and a clear mind. The Falcon also never wastes time; they take action when needed and are a doer in every way possible. They are persistent and ambitious, always taking the initiative. Falcons have the perfect personality for team sports or projects, seeing as they work extremely well with others. One downside is that the Falcon can sometimes become a bit arrogant since he/she is usually right in his/her opinions. The Falcon literally “soars” in its ability to maintain fiery passion in romantic relationships, but can sometimes be rude, vain, intolerant, or impatient.

Beaver: Apr 20 – May 20
Beavers place a high emphasis on being able to overcome or adapt to hard situations. Highly efficient, punctual, and strategic, Beaver’s are often business minded. Their cunning makes them a force to be reckoned with in combat; their mental ability is razor sharp. However, this provides for tendencies toward “my way or the highway” that can get them into trouble. This Native American animal symbol is brilliant and usually right, but they need to somewhat work on tact. The Beaver can be caring, helpful, and loyal, but also anxious, cowardly, or possessive.

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Deer: May 21 – Jun 20
Lively and quick-witted, the Deer is truly the muse of the zodiac. With their inspiration and humor, they can easily attract attention and become the center of the room; others are captivated by a Deer personality. The Deer is naturally an excellent conversationalist, and is always aware of its surroundings. This sign sometimes uses this to its advantage and can become deeply obsessed with personal image. Although the Deer can sometimes become a little self-involved, it doesn’t completely ruin the magic their naturally attractive, bubbly personality. The Deer practically radiates good energy, however, sometimes it can be moody, lazy, or two-faced.

Woodpecker: Jun 21 – Jul 21
The Woodpecker is by far the most nurturing sign of the Native American zodiac. They are the best listeners and are also empathetic and understanding, making them very easy to talk to. The Woodpecker makes a great partner, as they have unfaltering loyalty and are always at your side for support (not to mention they’re very romantic!). They make great friends too, as they’re naturally caring. Other good qualities of the Woodpecker include its natural ability to be frugal, resourceful, and organized. However, they can sometimes be angry, jealous, or spiteful.

Salmon: Jul 22 – Aug 21
This sign radiates energy that everyone wants a piece of — they’re focused, creative, and a natural motivator. Salmon’s confidence is unreal and their enthusiasm is infectious. People hang on Salmon’s every word, as they have a natural ability to attract admirers and loyal followers. The Salmon is generous and intelligent, no wonder they instantly make friends wherever they go. This Native American symbol expresses a need for ambition, goals, and purpose. The Salmon is naturally calm, stable, and giving, but can sometimes be egotistical or intolerant.


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  1.' Dinah Briggs says:


  2.' Laurie Shafer-Markle says:

    Mine was very accurate… Scary accurate !

  3.' Duncan Edwards Edwards says:

    I know mine and what it means

  4.' Leo Frate says:


  5.' Tanya KemeticQueen Bates says:

    Archon Ish

  6.' Susan Popovich says:

    Woodpecker is spot on.

  7.' Karen Mahoney says:

    Spot on!

  8.' Alice Fay Parker Steinmetz says:

    The most beautiful creature on earth!!!

  9.' Stella Malliotaki says:

    Owl 🙂

  10.' Ruby MacKenzie Weis says:

    What is mine

  11.' Rebecca Miller says:

    Mine is the bear, and I agree with the meaning as well

  12.' Chris Borowski says:

    Jane Prestigiacomo Gramza

  13.' Tina Mcmurray says:

    Mine is a bear also

  14.' Julie Sharp says:

    I’m a wolf, Curtis is a bear.

  15.' Karle S Thomas says:

    Raven sounds nothing like me sorrya.

  16.' Michelle Vauclair says:

    Salmon is spot on for me ?

  17.' Sylvie Devaud says:


  18.' Eleanor Sparling says:

    Im the beaver

  19.' Seanan Dreamwalker says:

    Fuckin dumb.

  20.' Vaughn Tyler says:

    No December?

  21.' Nelda Solar says:

    Wow I’m a woodpecker I knew that

  22.' Viral Donkey says:

    This is great post,keep it up!

  23.' Bill Sellers says:

    I’m sorry, but native Americans didn’t know zippity-do-dah about astrology…that’s rot-gut “magical thinking” of the worst kind, not to mention impugning the first observational science of Western man. You should be ashamed of yourselves and ask our forgiveness!

  24.' Judy Kunz says:

    I am an otter!

  25.' Patrycjusz Anonimius says:

    I am very sure that when you believe in santa clause – he exists. In your fucking head. FUCKING MORONS!

  26.' Marjorie Ann Reyes says:

    Woodpecker….My Sis Janet M Cole is Falcon!!!!

  27.' Robbin Doberman Venzi says:

    Wolf <3

  28.' Glen Evans says:

    Jess Law im an Otter :’)

  29.' Mary Jean Rubianes says:


  30.' Norman Marks says:

    My wife and i are SNAKES,pretty good.

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