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The Eight Fire

March 22, 2013

the eight fire

Anishinaabe

(Excerpt)

The meaning of Anishnaabeg is ‘First’ or ‘Original Peoples’. Another definition – possibly reflecting a traditionalist’s viewpoint with a certain moral dimension – refers to “the good humans”, or good people, meaning those who are on the right road/path given to them by the Creator or Gichi-Manidoo (Great Spirit). The Ojibwe scholar, linguist and author Basil Johnston, who explains the name in a creationist context, states that its literal translation is “Beings Made Out of Nothing”, or “Spontaneous Beings”, since they had been created by divine breath and were made up of flesh and blood and a soul or spirit – instead of rock, or fire, or water, or wind.

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