Powerful statue used for all kinds of good luck. Brings good business, fast money and protection. In the mythology and folclore of Bolivia and nothern Argentina Ekeko is used as a fortune bearing god that has not lost prestige. Use to offer him bank him banknotes and coins, obtain money, grains for a good harvest and some food to ensure prosperity in general. Ekeko is alson known in other zones of Argentina due to immigration and internal migrations but there his follows adopted him as a a superstition more than as a folcloric deity considering him some kind of beneficiet patron. In art he’s depicted as a man wearing traditional Bolivian clothes, especially the cap carrying bags and baskets with grains and food. He’s commonly found as a little statue to be put in the house, preferably in a comfortable place, but also as an amulet haning from a key ring. Modern statues of the God include a circular opening in his mouth to place a cigarette, better if lit, for Ekeko’s pleasure.