The Chachapoyan Fertility Idol was a six-inch tall, solid gold representation of the Chachapoyan goddess of fertility known to the Inca as Pachamama. The idol was hidden by the tribe's priests in a temple deep within the jungles of Peru. Braving the temple's deadly traps to stare into the idol's eyes became a rite of passage for young Chachapoyan warriors.
The Chachapoyan Fertility Idol was created by the Chachapoyans circa 64 BC, around the same time the Temple of the Warriors was erected to house it. In 1935, An archaeologist named Forrestal disappeared in the jungles of Chachapoyas, Peru while attempting to recover the fertility idol of Pachamama from the temple. In 1936, Indiana Jones, on commission from the National Museum and working from Forrestal's notes, managed to locate the temple and extract the statue, only to have it immediately stolen by rogue archaeologist René Emile Belloq.
- The Chachapoyan Fertility Idol makes a cameo in Spy Kids 2, at a temple of gold on the island Leeke Leeke.