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These three duendes have a special energy. The Duende is named after Judy, Grandmother Flordemayo's cosmic dog that she often talks about as her messenger during dream time. The Estancia Duende is named after where The Path is located and means a place of rest. In spirituality, the third eye often symbolizes a state of enlightenment. The third eye Duende is associated with religious visions, clairvoyance, the ability to observe chakras and auras, precognition, and out-of-body experiences.

 

In the Hispanic folklore of Mexico and the American Southwest, duendes are known as gnome-like creatures who live inside the walls of homes, especially in the bedroom walls of young children

Duendes are mythical characters featured in written and oral traditions in Latin America, Spain, and Europe. In the South American country of Ecuador, there is a popular characterization of this myth that has come to be known as El Duende.

Duende or tener duende (“having duende”) can be loosely translated as having soul, a heightened state of emotion, expression, and heart. The artistic and especially musical term was derived from the duende, a fairy or goblin-like creature in Spanish and Latin American mythology. El duende is the spirit of evocation.

Blessed Duende Set

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