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Native American Sun Pot Hand Crafted by Navajo Artist V. King

Native American Sun Pot Hand Crafted by Navajo Artist V. King

Evaki is the goddess of sleep of the Bakairi Indians of South America.  She is the ruler of night and day.   She stole sleep from the eyes of the lizards and shared it to all the living creatures. Evaki teaches us the power of dreams and their meaning. She holds in Her possession of pot with a lid. In the morning She removes the lid from the pot and lets the sun out.  At the end of the day, when the sun returns to the pot She closes the lid so that the sun cannot be seen anymore.

Evaki is the goddess of sleep of the Bakairi Indians of South America. She is the ruler of night and day. She stole sleep from the eyes of the lizards and shared it to all the living creatures. Evaki teaches us the power of dreams and their meaning. She holds in Her possession of pot with a lid. In the morning She removes the lid from the pot and lets the sun out. At the end of the day, when the sun returns to the pot She closes the lid so that the sun cannot be seen anymore.

Bear Medicine Buffalo Robe, by Navajo Medicine Man Julius Chavez

Bear Medicine Buffalo Robe, by Navajo Medicine Man Julius Chavez

Yavapai Apache Figural Basket -10 humans paired with 10 dogs, flower outlined with zigzag lines fills center of basket, height 3.25 in. x diameter 16.5 in. early 20th century

Yavapai Apache Figural Basket -10 humans paired with 10 dogs, flower outlined with zigzag lines fills center of basket, height 3.25 in. x diameter 16.5 in. early 20th century

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