Elves of light, good dwarves too, mighty Frigg, I call to you.
As the numbers dance around, let my choices fall right down.
So give your blessing, good luck to me.
Help me win the lottery.
Good luck now, Is mine You'll see, with harm to none, So Mote It Be!"
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The original web dream catcher of the Ojibwa was intended to teach natural wisdom. Nature is a profound teacher. Dream catchers of twigs, sinew, and feathers have been woven since ancient times by Ojibwa people. They were woven by the grandfathers and grandmothers for newborn children and hung above the cradleboard to give the infants peaceful, beautiful dreams. The night air is filled with dreams. Good dreams are clear and know the way to the dreamer, descending through the feathers. The slightest movement of the feathers indicated the passage of yet another beautiful dream. Bad dreams,...