"Kwaahu (Eagle)" Card by Gerald A. A. Dawavendewa
The designs on these cards are prints of original artwork by Hopi Artist Gerald A. A. Dawavendewa. The inside of these cards are blank allowing you to use these for all special occasions. Comes with white envelope.
Kwaahu (Eagle): "The image depicts a Hopi Eagle spirit, soaring across Taawa, the sun. Kwaahu watches over and protects a figure representing the migrations of humanity - the journeys that people take in life. For the Hopi people, Kwaahu is an important part of Hopi culture and is represented by KwaaKatsina, a spiritual being, who visits the Hopi people. KwaaKatsina performs in a ceremony to pray for moisture and a bountiful harvest of food for the people and to continue the relationship between the Hopi and eagles."