Madotsuki in the Sky Garden

Neon World(Hopi mythology)Edit

1 Major deities

Most Hopi accounts of creation center around Tawa, the Sun Spirit. Tawa is the Creator, and it was he who formed the First World out of Tokpella, or Endless Space, as well as its original inhabitants.[6]

Neon World's Door

Neon World's door

Hopi Tawa Mural


Red,Purple,Yellow,Green color(Tawa-Kachina color)

Neon World(Wiphala)Edit

The Wiphala (Quechua pronunciation: [wɪˈpʰɐlɐ]) is a square emblem, commonly used as a flag, representing the native peoples of all the Andes that include today's Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and parts of Argentina, Chile and Colombia. It exists in several modern varieties, which represent the Inca Empire (Tawantin Suyu) and each of its former four regions (suyus).

600px-Banner of the Qulla Suyu svg

Neon World(Wiphala)

The Cusco Wiphala consists of seven horizontal stripes representing the colours of the rainbow.

※the colours of the rainbow.⇒Neon World(Wiphala)

Neon Creatures(Andean textiles)Edit

Andean textiles represent a continuing textile tradition spanning at least ten thousand years. Fiberwork has been found in Guitarrero Cave, Peru dates back to 8000 BCE.[1]

Neon world creature(Tupa-inca-tunic)

Neon Creature(Tupa-inca-tunic)



"Tupa Inca tunic", c. 1550, Dumbarton Oaks

Neon Creatures(Andean textiles)Edit

Neon world creature(fishman)

Neon Creature(Chimu Mantle)

Chimu Mantle

Chimu Mantle

Chimu slit tapestry, 1000–1476 CE, pelicans and tuna fish design in camelid fiber

Neon Creatures(Andean textiles)Edit

Paracas Mantle

Chimu Mantle

Paracas mantle 200 CE Larco Museum, Lima-Perú

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