Huichol Poem Las flores azules las flores azules que están atrás de las montañas que están hablando, que están hablando. Ustedes que dicen saberlo todo, interprétenlas, interprétenlas. The blue flowers, the blue flowers that are behind the mountains that are talking, that are talking. You who say you know everything, interpret them, interpret them.
chanaka – ojo de dios For the indigenous peoples of Gran Nayar, the world has the form of a woven quincunce or god’s eye; in huichol it is called ts+kuri and in cora chanaka. According to cora mythology, the mother god wove it out of her own hair and her children expanded it while dancing mitote on top of it. Therefore, dancing the mitote dance is recreating the world.
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