Featured Product: Left-Handed Hunter Kachina By-Tauchoney Slim Jr. The word Kachina (Kah-chee-nah) has referred to the spiritual beings central to the Hopi religion. The Left-Handed Kachina is said by some to be derived from the Hualapi Nation. The Left-Handed Kachina, Suy-ang-e-vif, or the Hopi attribute them to the Chemehuevi. Is called Left-Handed because his gear is reversed. When preforming his dance, he would make odd little bows and taking small mincing steps at the edge of the procession. The Left-Handed Hunter Kachina is priced at $7000.00 USD.