Kokopelli is the ancient American Indian God of Abundance who is said to have roamed the hills of the southwest. Depicted in ancient rock carvings as a humpbacked flute player, he was believed to bring fertility and good fortune to whomever he met. His arrival was marked by celebration, dancing and singing.
The Spider Woman, sometimes referred to as The Spider Grandmother, is portrayed in Native American myth as the Mother who created all life. The woman who sits in the middle of the universe spinning her web connecting all living life to each other. She was honored in tribes such as the Navajo and the Hopi Indians.
Gyhldeptis was a Native American Goddess. She is known as a coastal forest Goddess with long hair whose name means “Lady Hanging Hair” representing the long moss hanging from the cedar trees. She is protector of the forest and its creatures as well as the people who worship her, she is also seen as the spirit of the trees. Gyhldeptis helps us in times of stress and chaos. She assists in calming us and brings us back to our center.