Kachina Macaw Fan Hopi/Navajo and Lakota/Sioux

Sacred feather prayer fans are an ancient tradition that spans many cultures and nations. Sacred prayer fans are used to help dispatch prayers to the heavens, and are considered to hold great healing power. Sacred prayer fans can also be used when smudging or cleansing a space, to bless a person or space, to give gratitude, and during healing work.

Macaw feathers used in these fans are naturally shed from birds in a free-flighted aviary.

Kachina Artist: Michael Yazzi
Nation: Hopi/Navajo
Fan Artist: Roger Lee
Nation: Lakota/Sioux

Size: Approx 19" Tall
Kachina Size: Approx 9" Tall
Materials: Macaw Feathers, Carved Wood Kachina, Natural Moldavite, Copper, and Pheasant Feathers

Moldavite Properties: Powerful Transformation, Amplifier, Accelerator

Kachinas are helping spirits that assist people, and are honored throughout all the Pueblo tribes. The combination of Yazzi's gorgeous carving and Lee's beautiful fan making, along with the potency and power of Moldavite, makes this a very unique and potent prayer fan.

Each sacred prayer fan is handmade and just as no two feathers are alike so is every fan unique. Sacred prayer fans are a wonderful healing tool with a myriad of uses that can blend with any tradition or background.

Please note that all fans use domestic bird feathers, as it is illegal to sell or possess feathers from birds of prey.

 

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