The Kokopelli Master Weaver from Two Grey Hills

Sunday, August 2, 2020 2:37 PM

The Kokopelli Master Weaver from Two Grey Hills

Esther Etcitty was born in 1944 in a traditional Navajo Hogan near Sanostee, New Mexico, about thirty miles southwest of Shiprock. The major trading posts for Navajo weaving in that area are Two Grey Hills and Toadlena.

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Kokopelli, Deity of Fertility, Carrier of Songs, Traveling Salesman

Three thousand years ago on a rock panel in the American Southwest, the figure of a flute player with either a humped back or a bag on his back, was carved for the first time in a remote canyon. Over the years, the figure has shown up over a wide area of the Southwest in many different canyons, on the walls of caves and cliff dwellings.

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