Kokopelli  Iron on Patch plus Turquoise Goat Milk Soap | 3.5 ozs
  • Kokopelli Iron on Patch plus Turquoise Goat Milk Soap | 3.5 ozs

    I was at the Santa Fe Railyard Artisan Market and Tommy, one of the Native American artists who is a regular there told me that it is the season for Kokopelli. He was playing his flute and told me the legend. You can see him playing on my Facebook page www.facebook.com/tayorinm or visit the Santa Fe Railyard Market. Tommy is there every weekend with his amazing art and his happy and friendly nature. www.instagram.com/railyardartisanmarket.sffm

     

    Here is the version that Tommy shared with me:

    Kokopelli is about fertility, as with Spring, everything blooms and grows.

    Kokopelli would arrive playing his flute and throwing seeds around. The women would be drawn to him and follow him up in the mountains. When they came back they were all pregnant.

     

    Kokopelli dates back over 3,000 years ago, when the first petroglyphs were carved. Although his true origins are unknown, this traveli