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KOKOPELLI was a beloved Southwestern Indian image and legend.  Many believe that the "ANCIENT ONES" also known as the "BASKETMAKERS" first brought the KOKOPELLI art to life, thru their Petroglyphs at ancient Southwest Indian Sites. KOKOPELLI art  is thought to date back to 200 A.D. In the known Petroglyphs there are many different shapes of the "KOKOPELLI" figure and each has its own story. "KOKOPELLI" is a symbol of the Southwest Indian culture

Kokopelli, the mysterious, humpbacked fluteplayer of the American Southwest, has been a sacred figure to Native Americans since prehistoric times. Fertility symbol, rain priest, roving minstrel and trader, hunting magician, and trickster, Kokopelli was painted and carved on rock walls and boulders.

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Kokopelli is a prehistoric deity depicted hundreds of times in rock art, some of it over a thousand years old, located in numerous sites in southwestern United States mountains and deserts areas, mainly in the Four Corners Region of the Southwest.  Often depicted as a humpbacked flute player, this mythic being has survived in recognizable form from Anasazi times to the present. There is something appealing about Kokopelli which fascinates people all over the world.