Navajo Symbols?

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Navajo symbols always express a deeper meaning or purpose, but it is
simple to determine the meaning of these ancient Navajo symbols. For
example, a 4 point star is called the Morning Star and it represents the
heroes of the past and their courage. A character of an older man
playing a flute like instrument, is called a Kokopelli and the Navajo
people revere this as a symbol of fertility. There is also a Navajo
symbol that appears to be a clown like figure, this figure symbolizes
health, harvest, and good times.
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