Huichol people
The Huichol or Wixáritari ( /wiˈraɾitaɾi/) are Native Mexicans, living in the Sierra Madre Occidental range in the Mexican states of Nayarit, Jalisco, Zacatecas, and Durango. They are best known to th...
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Animism
Animism (from Latin animus "soul, life") is the worldview that non-human entities (animals, plants, and inanimate objects or phenomena) possess a spiritual essence.Animism is used in the anthropology ...
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Huichol art
Huichol art broadly groups the most traditional and most recent innovations in the folk art and handcrafts produced by the Huichol people, who live in the states of Jalisco, Durango, Nayarit in Mexico...
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San Andrés Cohamiata
San Andrés Cohamiata is an autonomously governed Wixárika (Huichol) village located in Mezquitic, Jalisco, Mexico. The village is called Tatei Kié in the native Wixárika language.Other Wixárika cerem...
Tuxpan de Bolaños
Tuxpan de Bolaños is an indigenous community of culture (Huichol), has 1269 inhabitants according to INEGI 2010, consolidating it as the more inhabited in its type. It is located in the municipality o...
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Wirikuta
Wirikuta is a site, sacred to the Wixarrica Huichol Indians high in the mountains of central Mexico, between the Sierra Madre Occidental and the Zacatecas ranges. In Wixarricas's mythology it is belie...
XEJMN-AM
XEJMN-AM (La Voz de los Cuatro Pueblos – "The Voice of the Four Peoples") is an indigenous community radio station that broadcasts in Spanish, Cora, Huichol, Southeastern Tepehuán and Nahuatl from Jes...
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Vochol
The Vochol is a Volkswagen (VW) Beetle that has been decorated with traditional Huichol (Wirrárika) beadwork from the center-west of Mexico. The name is a combination of “vocho”, a popular term for VW...
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Tatewari
Tatewari, in Huichol folklore, is the god of fire, called by them 'grandfather fire'. He is also the shaman of ancient times, the patron of all shamans. Amongst his actions are burning the fields so t...
Huichol language
The Huichol language is an indigenous language of Mexico which belongs to the Uto-Aztecan language family. It is spoken by the ethnic group widely known as the Huichol (self-designation Wixaritari), w...
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Huichol Route to Huiricuta
The Huichol Indians of western Mexico exude an enduring spirit and passion to hold on to their traditions. This is exemplified in the pilgrimage route between Nayarit and Huiricuta, stretching nearly...
God's eye
A God's eye is a yarn weaving and a spiritual object. The Ojo de Dios (Eye of God in Spanish) is woven with yarn and wood, often with several colors. The weaving of an Ojo de Dios is an ancient cont...
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La Luz Silver Project
La Luz Silver Project is a proposed mining venture in the Real de Catorce Desert, San Luis de Potosi, Mexico, by Canadian mining company First Majestic Silver.The project has been met with opposition ...
Peyote
Lophophora williamsii /loʊˈfɒfərə wɪlˈjæmsiaɪ/ or peyote (/pəˈjoʊti/) is a small, spineless cactus with psychoactive alkaloids, particularly mescaline. The English common name peyote comes from the li...
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Anthropology of religion
Anthropology of religion is the study of religion in relation to other social institutions, and the comparison of religious beliefs and practices across cultures. Modern anthropology teaches that ther...
Psychology of religion
Psychology of religion consists of the application of psychological methods and interpretive frameworks to religious traditions, as well as to both religious and irreligious individuals. The science a...