Gichi-manidoo ("Great Mystery") was a supreme deity associated with creation in some Anishinaabe and Ojibwe (Chippewa) cultural traditions.
Also known as
Gichi-manidoo"Great mystery""Great spirit""God" (debated; influenced by Christian missionaries)
Parent belief system
AnishinaabeCulture · Polytheistic · 1 myth
Ojibwe (Chippewa) culture refers to the shared spiritual beliefs of the Ojibwe-speaking peoples of Lake Superior (U.S.) and parts of Canada. They appear to be part of a broader indigenous group named the Anishinaabe.
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