Mohawk people one of the “First Nations” of Canada/America, the natives, they believe in one Creator

Mohawk

Mohawk
Thayendanegea or Joseph Brant, painted by Gilbert Stuart, 1786
Mohawk are populated in
Canada (Quebec, Ontario),
United States (New York).
Courtesy Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohawk_people

Further to my post: Belief in one God preceded belief in many gods:
https://paarsurrey.wordpress.com/2013/04/03/belief-in-one-god-preceded-belief-in-many-gods/

I have to add that the first nation people or aborigines of Canada/America who live around lake Ontario and also scattered elsewhere in that region. They are sometimes known as Mohawk people. They also have a concept of one Creator God.
If one accesses one of their website @ http://www.turtleisland.org/news/news.htm one finds a sentence “This Is The Day The Creator Has Made” and when one clicks the sentence; one could observe several verses of thanksgiving; one of them reads:

1. “the Trees / Bushes

We will all join together in our minds,
and we give thanks to the Trees as they still do what the Creator asked them,
and the biggest tree is the Maple,
and we give thanks to them.

So our minds will continue to be.”

2. “the Winds

We will all join together in our minds,
and we will give thanks as the blowing winds still do what the Creator is depending upon them to do.

So our minds will continue to be”

3. “the Thunders

We give thanks to the Water bringers (Thunderers) as they still go along doing what the Creator is depending upon them to do.
They are looking after us living here on the earth.

So our minds will continue to be.”

http://www.turtleisland.org/news/news.htm

So, Mohawk believe in Creator very naturally.

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