Symbolic Kokopelli Pendant. as a musician I loved this meaning - Kokopelli is thought to be a wandering minstrel with a sack of songs on his back who trades old songs for new. According to Navajo legend, Kokopelli is a God of harvest and plenty. It is thought that his sack was made of clouds full of rainbows or seeds. According to this legend, Kokopelli brings good fortune and prosperity to anyone who will listen to his songs. His flute announces his coming and as he leaves, the crop is bountiful. Kokopelli is a positive divinity, adored by the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and Anasazi Indians.
Material: Fine artisan cast genuine pewter, blackened, (antiqued)
and polished to a fine silver luster.
Quantity: 1 Comes on a handmade sliding black cord for adjustable lengths
Symbolic Kokopelli Pendant South Western Art Pendant listed in:
Pewter Charms and Pendants
, Celestial Angelic Nature, Symbolic, Amulet, Talisman