By: Kersh, Lillian and Ira / Sallie Anderson
Evanston, IL. / Danville, IL., Lira Company / Pat Depke.: 1971 / 1978
Seller ID: 28886
Condition: Very Good
Two saddle-stapled booklets, 24 x 19 cm. / 28 x 21.5 cm.; 33 pp. / 36 pp. Both booklets give instructions for making the Ojo de Dios, Eye of God, an ancient contemplative and spiritual practice by the Huichol Indians of Mexico and New Mexico, also a form found in the Middle East and ancient Egypt. Using twigs or sticks and yarn, these woven creations encourage prayer and thoughts of God and can become quite elaborate in form and quite beautiful. Both have minor wear on covers but are sturdy and clean and both are included. View More...