Grandparents of the Ojibway Native American tribe often wove dream catchers for newborns to protect the children from nightmares. While making a dream catcher is a Native American tradition, the idea of protecting sleepers from bad dreams is a universal concept. Most cultures throughout the world have objects or rituals they use to protect themselves and their children from bad dreams.
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