Bearish Lake Found in American, Indian Territory

Bearish Lake is of Tremendous Significance

Bearish Lake Found in American, Indian Territory. What is this blog about. It is the 1st of a series. Basically, “A Great Miracle Happened There.” This will be explained over a number of blogs. Bearish Lake Found serves as the introduction.  First, the specific tribes  that this blog is about. Oquaga Lake was a part of their domain.  My entire family lived for some 15 summer seasons on Oquaga Lake. I was the piano player at Scotts Oquaga Lake House. The Lenape (English: /ləˈnɑːpi/ or /ˈlɛnəpi/),[8] also called the Lenni Lenape and the Delaware,[9] are an indigenous people of the Northeastern Woodlands.   They live in Canada and the United States.[4] They are also called Delaware Indians[10].  Their historical territory included present-day New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania.  It is set along the Delaware River watershedNew York City, western Long Island, and the Lower Hudson Valley.[notes 1

Bearish lake Shape is Oquaga Lake. Head is not entirely in the picture. Bear is up side down in picture.
Scott’s Oquaga Lake House is set on Oquaga Lake.

Bearish Lake and Bear Legends

The following I relate from The Illustrated Signs and Symbols Sourcebook, written by Adele Nozedar. In Celtic culture, “bear” and “warrior” were interchangeable. Men and women were included with the “bear” name.  This title was applied to Artio. She was the ferocious warrior queen of the Gauls. The root for the name bear among the Celts was “artos”. Some claim the name applies to King Arthur. Others try to refute the “King Arthur” connection. Regardless, the Greek Goddess of the hunt was Diana/Artemis. She shares the bear title.

The bear has a strong connection to the Moon.

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The Moon disappears for a period of time. This is during New Moon. By parallel, the bear hibernates during the winter months. For this reason, ancients connected the two. In northern European pre-Christian culture, the bear was the equivalent of the lion. Both represented power and authority. In the northern sky Ursa Major and Ursa Minor are the Great Bear and the Little Bear. They are the stellar incarnations of the Goddess.

As my 1st subject on the bear, I hoped to create a background. It was on bear-shaped Oquaga Lake that I received understanding. The insight was about of  number squares. It was given by the Oquaga Spirit. With blog No 1,  I hoped to tie together, the Lake, the Moon and the Bear. Keep watching for part two on DSOworks.com. It will be called Bearish Lake II. By the way, off-season I offer piano lessons in Sarasota.

 

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