This beaded flower necklace and pouch was made by a Huichol artisan in Mexico. This necklace measures approx. 18 inches long by 3 inches at the widest part.
Brings light and illumination to the world. Tayaupa, or Tao Jreeku, is Father Sun, master of the heavens, and his wife is the Eagle, mother of the sky and goddess of life. The Huichols believe all living things receive their power from the sun, and that He guarantees healthy crops and abundant food.
The Moon represents the nighttime, the dark, the dead.
This necklace brings attention to the relationship between the two, sun and moon, light and dark, life and death.
WHITE – Cloud Spirits.
BLUE – The South, Pacific Ocean, water, rain, femininity.
GREEN – The Earth, the Heavens, healing, the heart, grandfather, growth.
YELLOW – A special root from Wirikuta used for face paint in ceremonies.