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Dream Catchers

May 13, 2013 on 10:36 pm | In Shaman Dreams | 9 Comments

colorful dream catchers on display & for sale.. (i don’t think they’re the authentic ones though)

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  1. Thanks for sharing your pictures of this. I really wanted to go, but couldn’t convince any of the family to go with… looks interesting.

    Comment by ddurbin123 — May 13, 2013 #

  2. wow. i assume bumili ka for good dreams?

    Comment by Gani — May 13, 2013 #

  3. di rin kelangan, pumunta lang ako dun as a ‘socio-cultural explorer’ kuno, para dun sa isang class ko.

    Comment by ArSiSa7 — May 13, 2013 #

  4. astig! marunong ka pa pala magsalita ng filipino? akala ko laking states ka na o kaya’y nakalimutan mo na. =)

    Comment by Gani — May 13, 2013 #

  5. what constitutes an authentic one? you know, just to be difficult hehe

    thank you for your comment, i couldn’t agree more! thank you!

    Comment by The Norwegian — May 14, 2013 #

  6. these might be inauthentic because they were made for commercial purposes or for profit. they’re just replicas of the original ones. i’m not an expert but who knows, maybe some of these were even made in China. :-)

    Comment by ArSiSa7 — May 14, 2013 #

  7. that is probably right! c",)

    Comment by The Norwegian — May 14, 2013 #

  8. lovely image, so colorful!

    Comment by Ally123 — May 14, 2013 #

  9. it’s funny cuz my sister is crazy about dream catchers…she actually bought one for each of her friends for "pasalubong" when we were in georgia!

    Comment by luv_yooh_more — May 14, 2013 #

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