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Dream catchers are a fascinating tradition of Native American people. They called it Lakota or Ojibwe – the inanimate form of the word for "spider” or "dream snare". American Indians believed you can protect your sleep from bad dreams by hanging dreamcatcher around your bedroom. Good dreams know how to pass through the net, slipping through the outer web holes and sliding down gently to the soft feathers. Bad dreams can't find the way out and end up tangled in the dream catcher and perish with the first light of the new day. The tradition of making dream catchers was adopted by people all over the world by 1960.