Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Wendigo


Represents insatiable greed, gluttony, or the consumption of one’s self. In Algonquian folklore, the Wendigo is a malevolent spirit associated with winter, cold, and famine, as well as greed and excess. Dreaming of a Wendigo might warn of unchecked desires, overconsumption, or destructive behaviors threatening the dreamer’s well-being. It serves as a caution against letting material desires or selfishness consume one’s humanity.

Themes: “greed”, “consumption”, “warning”, “desires”, “destructive”

More in: “Dangerous Spirits: The Windigo in Myth and History” by Shawn Smallman.

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