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Kokopelli is one of the favorite images of North American folkloric ideology. The likeness of a flute player with a hump, aged over 1, years through the oral and artistic traditions of the Hopi, can be found all over the southwest. Malotki, a professor of languages, analyzes the mystical fascination people have for the Panesque player of the flute.
Kokopelli has been used in forms varying from wall decorations to characters in popular literature. Malotki believes that there is a connection between Kokopelli and two of the Hopi gods and uses Hopi text and folktales to share with the reader the many stories surrounding Kokopelli and to reveal what he sees.
Throughout this book, numerous samples of the flute player are displayed to show the reader the multiple types of characters that have existed in this form.
Anyone interested in the Hopi, or mythological characters, will enjoy this thoroughly intriguing investigation into a Native American legend. Why can some people be exposed to toxins, stressors, or traumatic events and be significantly less affected than others?
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Proto-Flutes and Yucca Stalks 2 Abstract: In the Anasazi Basketmaker area of southeastern Utah there exists a distinctive, enigmatic, petroglyphic image that has often been discussed, but not identified. The image consists of a round-to-oval shape from which there is a rounded-rectangular extension or lobe.
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