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去年8月,第一次在我好麻吉的部落格看到時,我完全沒把它們認出來.因為,她是拿來當部落格的頭像嘛.

經過好麻吉的提醒,我才拍額頭發現,原來我已經在阿呆自拍的照片中,和這一堆玩偶打過招呼了.

我還傻傻的問好麻吉:這是什麼?小恐龍嗎?經她耐心解釋分析後,我才繼續拍拍額頭!原來我還真有眼不識"kokopeli"!

其實不能怪我耶,那張阿呆拍的照片,焦點有點遠啦!

不同顏色的Kokopeli代表不一樣的意義.  不約而同,我們都特別喜歡橙色的.不過這張圖看不出來它鮮艷,活潑的顏色.

因為橙色的它代表-喜悅.是那個時期,我們心情都很沉重時,特別想擁有的感覺.

之後,有在各式各樣的韓網或韓飯的部落格,試圖找出關於kokopeli的圖片,資料.結果搜遍全韓網,圖片-零.資料如下:

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According to Hopi Indian legend, Kokopeli (the flute player and traveling prankster)
 
根據美國霍皮族印第安人的傳說,Kokopeli(長笛演奏手與旅遊者的化身)

代表的意義為-幸福,快樂與生育能力.
 
was the symbol of happiness, joy, and fertility.
He would visit villages playing his flute, carrying seeds in his backpack (the "hump" he is pictured as having).
 
它會在巡視村莊時,吹奏著它的長笛,同時把種子帶在它的背包裡.(它的背包在圖片上看起來類似"峰")
 
Everyone would sing and dance through the night. Then, while the people slept, Kokopeli would roam the corn fields, playing his flute.
 
每個人都會一起唱歌和跳舞一整個晚上.

之後,當所有的人都睡著了時,Kokopeli將一邊吹奏著它的長笛,一邊漫步在麥田間.
 
The next morning the people would awake to find the corn almost full grown and Kokopeli gone, and many of the young women of the village pregnant.
 
第二天早晨,人們起來後將發現,麥田裡的種子都完全成長,很多村裡年輕的婦人們都懷孕了.而Kokopeli卻已經離開.
 
One legend has it that he is responsible for the end of winter and the coming of spring. When, the story goes, Kokopeli comes playing his flute, the sun comes out, the snow melts, the green grass grows, the birds begin to sing, and all the animals gather around to hear his songs.
 
在傳說中,它的工作職責是從冬季末到春季初.當故事持續下去,Kokopeli依然會吹奏著笛子..太陽也照樣的升起,白雪融化,青草生長,小鳥們開始鳴唱..所有其他的動物們全都會聚集在一旁,聆聽它的歌.

注:韓網與Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia對它的名字寫法有點不一樣.

韓網:Kokopeli;Wikipedia:Kokopelli

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聽說,要測試自己心底是否真正把一個人放在心坎裡的方法,就是閉上眼睛,在腦海裡細細回想那個人的樣子.這點相信無須置疑.
而我,卻採取更深一層的傻瓜方法--

我開始很閒的把有關阿呆的小事情從記憶裡翻出來...從書...到玩具.接著開始找資料,撰寫,發文.我想這和DC JUGAL一直努力整理阿呆舊時的照片是抱著一樣的心情.想多看他一些,多了解他一些.即使是雞毛蒜皮的小事也好.這樣,對他的記憶會更鮮明.

Wikipedia中搜索出來的資料:

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Kokopelli is a fertility deity, usually depicted as a humpbacked flute player (often with a huge phallus and feathers or antenna-like protrusions on his head), who has been venerated by some Native American cultures in the Southwestern United States. Like most fertility deities, Kokopelli presides over both childbirth and agriculture. He is also a trickster god and represents the spirit of music.

Kokopelli是生育神,通常是描述作為一個駝背長笛吹奏者(通常擁有一個巨大的陰莖,它有著羽毛或觸角,看起來像突起的頭部) ,一直被一些在美國西南部的美國土著文化者所崇敬。

如同大多數生育神, Kokopelli主宰雙方分娩和農業。它也是上帝的魔術師,也代表音樂的精靈。

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Kokopelli 位於博萊附近土地Embudo ,新墨西哥的石上剪影


Mythos

Among the Hopi, Kokopelli carries unborn children on his back and distributes them to women (for this reason, young girls often fear him). He often takes part in rituals relating to marriage, and Kokopelli himself is sometimes depicted with a consort, a woman called Kokopelmana by the Hohokam and Hopi.
   
神話

在HOPI, Kokopelli攜帶未出生的孩子在他的背後,並分配給婦女(由於這個原因,年輕女孩往往很怕他) 。他經常參加有關婚姻儀式,Kokopelli有時會和自己的配偶相互協調,Hohokam和HOPI稱呼它的配偶為Kokopelmana。

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Kokopelli also presides over the reproduction of game animals, and for this reason, he is often depicted with animal companions such as rams and deer. Other common creatures associated with him include sun-bathing animals such as snakes, or water-loving animals like lizards and insects. Because of this, some scholars believe that Kokopelli's flute is actually a blowgun (or started out as one). Alternatively, the "flute" may actually be a pipe for smoking tobacco in a sacred ceremony, or some other device entirely.
   
Kokopelli 還主宰動物繁殖的遊戲,為此,它常常和動物如公羊和鹿為同伴。

其他與它有關的常見生物包括:日光浴動物--如蛇,或水上愛好的動物,如蜥蜴和昆蟲。

正因為如此,一些學者認為, Kokopelli的笛子實際上是一個災難顯示槍 (或已經開始作為一個顯示的器材) 。另外, “長笛”實際上可能是在一個神聖的儀式上,抽吸煙草的煙斗,或其他一些設備完全的器皿。

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位於亞利桑那州,佛得角陣營(Camp Verde, Arizona),世界上最大體型的Kokopelli(World's Largest Kokopelli)

In his domain over agriculture, Kokopelli's fluteplaying chases away the Winter and brings about Spring. Many tribes, such as the Zuni, also associate Kokopelli with the rains. He frequently appears with Paiyatamu, another flautist, in depictions of maize-grinding ceremonies. Some tribes say he carries seeds and babies on his back.


在它的農業領域裡, Kokopelli的長笛吹奏,可以驅趕冬天,還可以帶來了春天。許多部落,如ZUNI,也把Kokopelli等同於暴雨。它與另一長笛手Paiyatamu ,經常一起出現在描述玉米磨儀式的過程中。有些部落說,它會攜帶種子和嬰兒在它的背後。

In recent years, the emasculated version of Kokopelli has been adopted as a broader symbol of the Southwestern United States as a whole. His image adorns countless items such as T-shirts, ball caps, and keychains. A bicycle trail between Grand Junction, Colorado, and Moab, Utah, is now known as the Kokopelli Trail.


近年來,閹割版的Kokopelli獲得通過,,美國西南部作為一個整體,成為更廣泛的象徵。它的形象裝飾無數的物品,如T卹,球帽,和鑰匙扣。介於,科羅拉多州,和莫阿布,猶他爵士(Grand Junction, Colorado, and Moab, Utah)的一條自行車步道之間的連接點,現已更名為Kokopelli徑。

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Kokopelli has been worshipped since at least the time of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples. The first known images of him appear on Hohokam pottery dated to sometime between AD 750 and AD 850.
   
Kokopelli在過去的一段時間裡,一直以來都是被古普韋布洛人民所崇拜著的。某個月,至公元750和AD 850之間, 首次發現它的形象出現於Hohokam的陶器上

Another theory is that Kokopelli is actually an anthropomorphic insect. Many of the earliest depictions of Kokopelli make him very insect-like in appearance. The name "Kokopelli" may be a combination of "Koko", another Hopi and Zuni deity, and "pelli", the Hopi and Zuni word for the desert robber fly, an insect with a prominent proboscis and a rounded back.

另一種理論是, Kokopelli實際上是一種擬人化的昆蟲。許多最早描繪Kokopelli的說法,讓人感到它具有昆蟲一樣的外觀。命名為“ Kokopelli ”可能是一個“科科”(KOKO) ,和另一個霍皮和祖尼神( Hopi and Zuni deity),“ pelli ”的組合名字 。

霍皮和祖尼( Hopi and Zuni )的詞彙意思為:
---沙漠裡會飛的強盜;
---有著突出長鼻和豐滿後背的昆蟲
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簡單說,其實Kokopelli就代表:幸福的象徵
這也解釋了那位很愛祝福別人和他自己一定要幸福,經常還把"要幸福喔!"掛在嘴邊,簽在照片上,或每次留言都必說的一句話的大孩子,為啥會喜歡Kokopelli,甚至去搜括回家,還特別為它們拍了照片.

那時候,我和好麻吉說,我要買一堆放在房間,築起一個屬於我的Kokopeli樂園.
至少把它擺放在一堆,看起來就很出色.雖然,我還是認為它比較像恐龍....

如今,我卻想買一堆送給阿呆.

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