Morning Star Bundle

Some articles on morning star:

Pawnee Mythology - Morning Star Ceremony
... The Morning Star ceremony was a ritual sacrifice of a young girl in the spring ... but only when a man of the village dreamed that the Morning Star had come to him and told him to perform the ceremony ... He then consulted with the Morning Star priest, who has been reading the sky ...

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