Ekkeko is the God of the hearth among people of the highlands of Peru from Incan times. One represents it like a small very round man, covered of tiny utensils. According to a legend, it reigns on a miniature city. Nowadays still, one relates to oneself of small portraits of the God to find someone to marry in an amulet. Bolivians God of plenty and wealth. According to an ancient legend, when you place a miniature object on a doll representing the God, you will receive what you wish for the following year. It is considered bad luck to remove those objects from the doll.

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