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The dreamcatcher concept is believed to have originated from the Ojibwe people however many other Native American cultures are also associated with this widespread symbol.

These wide spread cultures believe that the air at night is filled with good and bad dreams. The dreamcatcher was first created as a kind of protective talisman. Native American people hung these creations above the cradles or beds of their young children to protect them from bad dreams and night.

It's a common belief among many tribes that the iconic hoop-and-web form is meant to protect sleepers from bad dreams by "catching" them while letting good dreams pass through.
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