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Have you ever heard of the Ekeko Amulet?
It is a characteristic figure of the Andean altiplano, which receives tribute in Bolivia, Peru, northern Chile and Argentina, as well as in eastern Venezuela, where he is known as Don Juan del Dinero.
According to historians, the legend began in the Tiahuanaco culture, Bolivia, and after the Spanish conquest it was adapted by Aymaras and Incas.
It is a symbol of abundance and joy; an idol believed to provide abundance to the home where offerings of cigarettes are made.