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Tarkas Flute
  • Tarkas Flute
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The tarka (Quechua, Aymara: tharqa) is an indigenous flute of the Andes. Usually made of wood, it has 6 finger holes, fipple on mouth end and free hole on distant end. The tarka is a wooden duct flute. It is a rich dark reddish color and carved from one piece of wood. In cross section, the pipe is rectangular, except in the center where the sides are cut inwards to form a rounded triangular cross section. The six finger holes are bored along the apex of this triangular segment. The rectangular sections at top and bottom are decoratively carved with animals and geometric designs. The back is smooth. Total length 31 cm (12.2 in.), of which 1,05 cm (0.41 in.) is the mouthpiece; width of body 3.5 cm aprox.(1.4 in.); height of body 2,05 cm (0.80 in.); x 2.5 cm; bore 12 mm (0.5 in.)

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Ocarinas TATA INTI (INCA)
  • Ocarinas TATA INTI (INCA)
  • Ocarinas TATA INTI (INCA)
  • Ocarinas TATA INTI (INCA)
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$55.00

Material - ceramic (clay) THE SUN The Sun is ¨Inti¨ or ¨Taita INTI¨which is a deity for the Andean people and for many cultures (RA for the Egyptians). It is a fundamental spirit for human existence, it is a consciousness with which one can connect and receive information. Spanish EL SOL El Sol es Inti o Taita INTI es una deida para los pueblos andinos y para muchas culturas (RA para los egypcio). Es un espíritu fundamental para la existencia humana, es una conciencia con la cual se puede conectar y recibir información.

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.

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Ocarina LA CHAKANA
  • Ocarina LA CHAKANA
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$35.00

Material - ceramic (clay)

THE CHAKANA The Chakana is a symbol par excellence within Andean cultures, it represents a ladder. Chakana is a Quechua word meaning “A Stairway to the highest.” The Chakana cross also has an astrological meaning that represents the southern cross reflected in the month of May, it also marks the spiritual and material cycles of life, the times of sowing and harvesting. The center of the cross represents the spiritual world and vital energy

Spanish LA CHAKANA La Chakana es un símbolo por excelencia dentro de las culturas andinas, representa la escalera. Chakana es una palabra quechua significa ¨Escala hacia lo más elevado¨ La cruz de la Chakana también tiene un significado astrológico que representa la cruz del sur reflejada en el mes de Mayo, también marca los ciclos espirituales y materiales de la vida, los tiempo de siembra y de cocecha. El centro de la cruz representa el mundo espiritual y la energía vital.

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Ocarina MOCHICA
  • Ocarina MOCHICA
  • Ocarina MOCHICA
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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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Ocarina SHAMAN
  • Ocarina SHAMAN
  • Ocarina SHAMAN
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THE SHAMAN Beyond being a healer in Mesoamerican cultures, he represents man and woman, he is capable of connecting with the spiritual world and through this he serves as a bridge between his brothers in the tribe and the world of spirits, always seeking a better life. Spanish EL CHAMAN Mas allá de ser un curandero en las culturas mesoamericanas representa al hombre y a la mujer, es capaz de conectarse con el mundo espiritual y a través de esto es servir de puente entre sus hermanos de la tribu y el mundo de los espíritus siempre buscando un mejor vivir.

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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Ocarina BIRD - Aviaries
  • Ocarina BIRD - Aviaries
  • Ocarina BIRD - Aviaries
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THE BIRD Our ancestors in different cultures were always connected with the different civilizations that came down from other places in the universe. Aviaries were very important in both ancient Egypt and Mesoamerican cultures. Their feathers are used as symbols and as a channel of connection with the spiritual worlds. They are sacred beings. EL PAJARO Nuestros ancestros en las diferentes culturas estuvieron siempre conectados con las diferentes civilizaciones que bajaron desde otros lugares del universo. Los aviarios fueron muy importantes tanto en la antigua Egypto como en las culturas mesoamericanas. Sus plumas son usadas como símbolos y conexión con los planos espirituales. Son seres sagrados.

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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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, 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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