Kokopelli Belt Buckle

MAN IN THE MAZE HOPI STYLE KOKOPELLI BELT BUCKLE Item: 4587 The Man in the Maze to guide you and the fun loving joy bringer the Kokopelli to bring you happiness. The buckle is 3" by 2" with a hook and keeper on the back. There is a Pima Indian legend that explains when a person is born into this world, they enter a maze of life. The entrance is at the top where Se-eh-ha (Elder Brother) is waiting to show the way. The legend tells of the dead ends, detours and obstacles. It's the struggle to understand what can affect the physical, emotional, and spiritual growth that can guide them through the maze. At each turn, there is an opportunity to understand and appreciate the cycle of life, and to gain strength to move toward their goals. If the path is traveled in harmony and with a balance with nature, the legend says that dreams and ambitions will be found at the center of the maze, where E-e-thoi (Sun God) waits. He then passes them on to the next world. Kokopelli, is one of the most intriguing and widespread image surviving from ancient Anasazi Indian mythology, and is a prominent figure in Hopi legends. The figure represents a mischievous trickster or the Minstrel, spirit of music. Kokopelli is considered a symbol of fertility who brought well-being to the people, assuring success in hunting, planting and growing crops, and human conception. Price: $40

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