Ocarina Kokopelli (Hopi culture)
  • Ocarina Kokopelli (Hopi culture)
  • Ocarina Kokopelli (Hopi culture)

Ocarina Kokopelli (Hopi culture)

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The humpbacked Flute Player, mythical Hopi symbol of fertility, replenishment, music, dance, and mischief.

"If Kokopelli has lured you with his magical flute, it is time to listen to his song. This song is one of fertility. You are being asked to use your talents to create fertility in some area of your life. If things have been slow moving,

The humpbacked Flute Player, mythical Hopi symbol of fertility, replenishment, music, dance, and mischief.

"If Kokopelli has lured you with his magical flute, it is time to listen to his song. This song is one of fertility. You are being asked to use your talents to create fertility in some area of your life. If things have been slow moving, Kokopelli's song is saying that whatever you intend to plant at this time will be very productive for you.

THE OCARINA In the original pre-Columbian cultures there are four fundamental elements: Earth, water, wind and fire. These four elements are essential in the making of this musical instrument. The Ocarina is built with two elements EARTH AND WATER, it is shaped and beveled so that it can give sound. FIRE is used when subjecting the clay to heat so that it acquires consistency and solidity. THE WIND is born from our intention when we blow, thus we make it vibrate and give birth to the sound that comes from the intention of our soul.

Material - ceramic (clay)

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