Ekeko, god of abundance and prosperity for the Andean countries. The Ekekos bring happiness. How do I care for the Ekeko? Once you have purchased our Ekeko, you should present the whole house, and then place it in a comfortable and pleasant place.
Every Friday a small glass with a drink, food and tobacco is left at his side.
The ekeko has to be at ease to start attracting abundance. It comes with open arms, on which hang the miniatures.
"... tells the Andean legend that lived a very, very hardworking peasant who traded and worked so much that he made a lot of money, he carried it on his back.It became a great representative of wealth and prosperity for business and for the home. both to stay awake and keep working to store such a great fortune ... "
The tradition says that you must hang what you want to have. A cigar is offered to him to fulfill the request that has been entrusted to him. It is very effective and fulfills any wish.
PRAYERS OF THE EKEKO
"Ekeko! God of fortune, powerful hunchbacked little man: how rich have you done to whom he asks you to do it? Make me give you a cigar, my destiny changes and that the flattering welfare that wealth provides reaches me. May peace, tranquility and joy reign in my home, may money multiply, may I have every day and may the great love of my life only have eyes for me, Amen. "
"Ekeko, God of abundance, I invoke you to increase my wealth, Oh! Ekeko, God of prosperity, I invoke you so that I do not lack a house, clothing or sustenance." Oh! Ekeko, God of protection heed my plea and protect me from all evil, may joy and health always be with me, amen. "
SOME HABITUAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EKEKO
"Light a cigar or put a brandy on holidays, turn it on and write the petition on the cigar and light it on Tuesday and Friday, and put raw rice and lentils." These instructions are common in Peru and Bolivia.
" You have to give in order to receive "
- Size: 3.5" H x 2.8" W x 2" D