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Kokopelli and Lightening overlay Pendant

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Woman and Man Navajo jewel

Sterling Silver overlay pendant with the Kokopelli and the lightnening symbol

Size 1.9" x 1.4"

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The Kokopelli symbol is represented in a number of guises depicting his role as  a source of  music making and dancing and spreading joy. The distinguishing features of the  Kokopelli symbol are his hunchback, his dancing pose and his flute. The hunch on his back represented the sack he carried which might contain seeds for the harvest, the songs he carried and beautiful rainbows. The flute he plays symbolizes his music that changes the winter to spring. There are many legends and myths about Kokopelli. He is believed to travel from village to village bringing the change of the season and bringing rain for a successful harvest.

The meaning of the Lightening symbol represented lightening which was believed to add power and speed to the warrior. Lightening and the zig-zag symbol, painted in red, is also associated with the legendary Thunderbird. The Thunderbird is a powerful spirit in the form of a supernatural bird from which lightning flashed from its beak and its eyes. Lightening represents the punishment of humans from the Gods a sign of a terrible event - refer to the Hopi Prophecy.

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Kokopelli and Lightening overlay Pendant

Kokopelli and Lightening overlay Pendant

Woman and Man Navajo jewel

Sterling Silver overlay pendant with the Kokopelli and the lightnening symbol

Size 1.9" x 1.4"