The Kokopelli is a hunch-backed flute player. The Kokopelli symbol has been around for over a thousand years among various American Indian tribes, including the Navajo, Anasazi, Hopi and Zuni. It is probably the most prevalent figure found in petroglyphs. It is believed variously to be a symbol of fertility, growth and a bountiful harvest, but has come to mean prosperity to many Americans. Kokopelli presides over both childbirth and agriculture. It is also believed that he was thought of as a trickster god, traveling trader, insect, wandering musician, rain priest, warrior and hunting magician.
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