Kachina rock formation guards the Boynton Canyon vortex in Sedona

Kachina Woman guards the Boynton Canyon vortex in Sedona

Photo by Charles Golson

What is a Kachina?

The Kachina doll of the Hopi, which so many of us admire and collect, is the representation of a Hopi spirit or deity. Kachina dolls originally were, and still are, made to be given away as gifts to Hopi children so that they may learn the different Kachinas and the stories and religious significance attached to them. Kachinas are holy spirits that live upon the San Francisco Peaks in Arizona and other sacred mountains in the Southwest. 

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