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""Kokopelli has been worshipped since at least the time of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples. The first known images of him appear on Hohokam pottery dated to sometime between AD 750 and AD 850.
Among the Hopi, Kokopelli carries unborn children on his back and distributes them to women;. He often takes part in rituals relating to marriage,. It is said that Kokopelli can be seen on the full and waning moon, much like the "rabbit on the moon".
There are many myths of the famous Kokopelli. One of which is that he traveled from village to village bringing the changing of winter to spring; melting the snow and bringing about rain for a successful harvest. It is also said that the hunch on his back depicted the sacks of seeds and songs he carried. It is also said that he was the source of human conception. Legend has it, everyone in the village would sing and dance throughout the night when they heard Kokopelli play his flute. The next morning, every maiden in the village would be with child.
Whatever the true meaning of Kokopelli is, he has been a source of music making and dancing, and spreading joy to those around him for many moons.""

the necklace is 10 1/2" long
the pendant is 2 1/2" long X 2 1/2" wide
crafted out of polymer clay with a bronze wire spiral detail
bronze chain and bar loop closure

Dance of Life Kokopelli Necklace

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: polymer clay, mica dust, wire, chain
  • Feedback: 18 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Illinois, United States
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