Yarn painting - images of a vanishing culture - MexConnect
The Huichol Indians, whose pre-Hispanic culture still survives in the remote Sierra Madres ranges, live a life woven of magic and sacred mythology. Believing themselves to be that part of creation which entertains the Gods, Huichols are sustained by their earthly representatives – corn, peyote and the deer – thus symbolically renewing their divinity daily. [...]
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23.5" Mexican Huichol Peyote, Sun, Marakame and Tree of Wind yarn painting
The fire, or Tatewari, is the main god, the ruler over the rest of the gods. We call him "grandfather" because he existed before the sun did. He taught all the rites of the huichol tribe, including the traditional deer hunt.