About the Kokopelli
According to ancient lore Kokopelli was the God of harvest and plenty. He signified hope, happiness, and creativity. On his back he carried a sack of gifts filled with goods to trade, music and magic, crops and fertility, medicine and rainbows. He played his flute to announce his arrival and to change winter into spring. He was a mischief maker and a prankster, bringing happiness and joy to those he visited. He taught to not take life so seriously through creativity, music, dance, wisdom, and poetry. He brought much joy and laughter to those he visited, which he will bring to you if you simply . . . . . believe in magic.