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Sacred Colors and Shamanic Vision among the Huichol Indians of Mexico
  • Hope Maclean
  • History
  • Journal of Anthropological Research
  • 1 October 2001
Color and the visionary abilities of the shaman may be related. Interviews with a shaman-artist of the Huichol Indians of northwest Mexico reveal that color is conceptualized as a language which theExpand
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The deified heart : Huichol Indian soul-concepts and shamanic art
Abstract: This article asks what is the relationship between shamanic vision and the production of shamanic art? Based on interviews with Huichol Indian yarn painters in Mexico, the author shows thatExpand
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The origins of Huichol Indian yarn painting
A partir d'interviews et de rencontres avec des artistes huichol, des marchands d'art, des anthropologues et des representants du gouvernement mexicain notamment, l'A. tente de retracer l'histoireExpand
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Huichol yarn paintings, shamanic art and the global marketplace
The Huichol Indians of west Mexico practice an indigenous form of shamanism in the Sierra Madre, but their shamanic art is now sold in the global marketplace. Through the visual medium of yarnExpand
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The origins of Huichol Indian yarn paintings, Part II: Styles, themes and artists
La peinture-textile moderne des Indiens Huichol trouve son origine dans les annees 1950-1960, et il est donc possible de determiner comment des themes et des motifs populaires sont apparus et commentExpand
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Prueba de tamizaje simplificada para identificar a personas con vision disminuida en paises en desarrollo (A simplified screening test for the identification of individuals with diminished vision in
Simple but effective tests have been produced for screening subjects with low vision in developing countries. These tests of distance and near vision, based on the E test, were evaluated andExpand
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