Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Amarok


A giant wolf in Inuit mythology, symbolizes the untamed power of nature, solitude, and the challenges that one must face alone. Dreaming of the Amarok may suggest confronting one’s fears or challenges without support, highlighting the strength and resilience required to overcome obstacles independently. It can also represent the primal instincts and the darker, uncontrollable aspects of the self.

Themes: “untamed”, “solitude”, “fear”, “strength”, “instinct”

More in: “The Mythology of All Races: Volume 1” by Hartley Burr Alexander.

Last Updated: 2024-06-14
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