Jumping Kokopelli

Sarah Palmer’s face is projected onto Jumping Man’s for just a second.
Heyoka are also entities that visit us in our dreams. Left: Heyoka preparing for a dance, photographed by Aaron Huey (2012). Right: Jumping Man appearing with smoke in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
Right: Robber Fly aka Kokopelli
Kokopelli’s flute looks like puke in this kitschy yet religious scene from Twin Peaks.




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