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Native American Hunting Rituals, do you knows them?
I'm going deer hunting in November. I've never killed anything in my life and I'm a little cautious about how I'll feel about taking the life of an animal. I think that using a muzzle loader instead of a modern rifle makes me feel better about it, but I'd like to take it a step further.
I read somewhere once that the Inuit would "breathe" breath into the mouth of a seal they had just killed, in respect for that seal's life. I'm looking for either more information on that ritual itself, or similar post-kill hunting traditions of either the Inuit or Native Americans. Normally I'm a google-fu master but this topic is evading me. Thanks H/A!