Eagle Bolo Ties
Eagle Bolo Ties are a broad category of bolos. There are subsets of Native American Eagle Bolo Ties, Eagles representing the Bald Eagle and freedom, Silver Coin Eagles and course Boy Scout Bolo Ties for Eagle Scouts. Whatever you wish to commemorate Eagle Bolo Ties are timeless and represent strength and freedom.
Among the Pueblo tribes, eagles are considered one of the six directional guardians, associated with the upward direction, spirituality, and balance. The Zunis carve stone eagle fetishes for protection, ascribing to them both healing and hunting powers, and the Eagle Dance is one of the most important traditional dances held by the Hopi and other Pueblo tribes. In the mythology of some tribes, Eagle plays a leadership role (either as king of the birds, or as a chief who humans interact with.)
In other legends, Eagle serves as a messenger between humans and the Creator. The golden eagle, also known as the "war eagle," is particularly associated with warriors and courage in battle and it is golden eagle feathers that were earned by Plains Indian men as war honors and worn in their feather headdresses. (In some tribes, this practice continues to this day, and eagle feathers are still given to soldiers returning from war or people who have achieved a great accomplishment.) In some Northwest Coast tribes, the floor used to be dusted with eagle down at potlatches and other ceremonies as a symbol of peace and hospitality.
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Eagles are admired the world over as living symbols of power, freedom, and transcendence.
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