All of our Native American Artefacts are ethically sourced and Fair Trade. Wilde Ones endeavours to consistently handpick the finest pieces from the best Native American artists. To that effect, we have been traveling to Arizona, New Mexico, California and Mexico every year since 1987. It is our pleasure to not only satisfy our customers with top quality products but also nurture strong healthy long-lasting relationships with our incredibly talented Native American craftsmen and craftswomen.
Day Of The Dead Triangle Huichol Beadwork
Dimensions: 39 x 39 x 39 cm
Handmade by the Huichol Tribe, Mexico
The triangle, and by correspondence, the three, is one of the most important numbers to learn about. When you understand the esoteric meaning of the triangle, you are part of the way to understanding the meaning of life. To say the triangle is one of the chief esoteric symbols of ancient sages is an understatement. It was used to explain how to manifest things in your life – so is arguably the most important of all esoteric symbols. This is why the number three appears in virtually every ancient myth or religious scripture you read. You also find the triangle in prominent positions of churches, temples and mosques of every religion.