Dean M. Chriss
Kingdom of the Raven
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A raven perches briefly on a juniper to survey its vast and majestic kingdom.
Few can so freely range between the lofty mountains and the rocky canyon depths.
Ravens are central to many native American creation myths. Both the Hopi
and Navajo revere the raven. For them, Crow Mother is the Mother of their deified
ancestral spirits, called Kachinas.