How does it defer from our Western Astrology?
Native American Astrology is linked to the seasons and the 12 Totem animals which are associated to the 12 Moons of the year.
Find your Totem Animal and its meaning
The Hawk (March 21 to April 19)
It is associated with Spring. It has a Fire energy. Intuitive and inspiring, spontaneous and adventurous, the Hawk is ready to take action and be the leader.
The Beaver (April 20 to May 20)
It is associated with Spring. It has an Earth energy. Reliable, grounded, consistent and practical, the Beaver focuses on the task, is patient and determined.
The Deer (May 21 to June 20)
It is associated to late Spring. It has an Air energy. Curious, adaptable, playful and open-minded, the Deer loves movement, communication, changes and challenges.
The Woodpecker (June 21 to July 22)
It is associated with Summer. It has Water energy. Sensitive and emotional, intuitive and caring, the Woodpecker is protective and has plenty of empathy.
The Salmon (July 23 to August 22)
It is associated with Summer. It has a Fire energy. Passionate and generous, self-confident and dynamic, the Salmon has leadership skills but can be arrogant.
The Bear (August 23 to September 22)
It is associated with late Summer. It has an Earth energy. Gentle and shy, focused and organized, the Bear prefers stability and consistency. Needs to be more tolerant.
The Raven (September 23 to October 23)
It is associated to Autumn. It has an Air energy. Diplomatic and peaceful, inspiring and indecisive, the Raven gathers and accommodates others.
The Snake (October 24 to November 21)
It is associated with Autumn. It has a Water energy. Mysterious and competitive, persistent and extremist, the Snake is good for investigations and research.
The Owl (November 22 to December 21)
It is associated with late Autumn. It has a Fire energy. Enthusiast and idealistic, independent and adventurous, the Owl looks for truth and a purpose in life.
The Goose (December 22 to January 19)
It is associated with Winter. It has an Earth energy. Resilient and competitive, sensible and ambitious, the Goose is hard working and responsible.
The Otter (January 20 to February 18)
It is associated with Winter. It has an Air energy. Confident and communicative, positive and outgoing, the Otter is willing to cooperate through independence and leadership.
The Wolf (February 19 to March 20)
It is associated with late Winter. It has a Water energy. Sensitive and intuitive, loyal and cautious, the Wolf likes to be with friends and family and is dedicated to them.