Kokopelli Pentacle Pendants
Overall Pendant Size, approx.: 30mm x 21mm = ~1-3/16" tall x ~7/8" across
Made in the USA
Metal: Solid Sterling Silver
Comes with a Sterling Silver Jump-ring (not shown).
Pendant measurements do not include the length of any removable attachments. These will vary some, but a standard jump ring would add about 4mm (~1/8") onto the overall length.
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Kokopelli Symbolism / Folklore -
The flute player, was the symbol of happiness and joy. "He talked
to the wind and the sky. His flute could be heard in the Spring breeze,
bringing warmth after the winter cold." Kokopelli embodies everything
pure and spiritual about music. He was also thought of as a Fertility God
and traveling prankster. He would visit villages playing his flute, carrying
his songs on his back. Everyone would sing and dance the night away. In
the morning, when he left, the crops were plentiful and all the women were
dates back thousands of years to pre-Babylonian Sumer (~3500 BCE).
Many religions have once used this symbol ... the Jewish people saw
it as a symbol of the Five Books of Moses, and Christians once used
it as a protective amulet. It has been called such things as the Druid's
Foot and the Witches' Star. The Pentacle is simply a pentagram (star) with a circle around
it. It emphasizes the inter-connectivity of all of the elements. The direct and indirect
relation of one element to the other. Traditionally, each of the five angles has been attributed to the
five metaphysical elements of the ancients: Earth, Fire, Water, Air & Spirit.