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Pagan rituals and beliefs among the Chontal Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico

Pedro Carrasco y Garrorena

Pagan rituals and beliefs among the Chontal Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico

by Pedro Carrasco y Garrorena

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Published by Kraus in Millwood, N. Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chontal Indians -- Rites and ceremonies.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 116.

    Statementby Pedro Carrasco.
    SeriesAnthropological records ; v.20, no. 3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 87-117 p. :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21928913M

    Under Spanish rule, the Chontales carried on a formidable resistance for some time. In the census, 4, Chontal de Oaxaca were tallied at 4,, representing % of the state¹s total indigenous speaking population. Today, the Chontal Oaxaca inhabit the southernmost region of Oaxaca and speak two major dialects. Witchcraft and Sorcery in Ancient Mexico We’re sincerely grateful to Jeremy D. Coltman for writing specially for Mexicolore this fascinating article on the importance of witchcraft and sorcery in ancient Mexico, practices ‘at once dangerous and destructive, benevolent and caring’.

    As you may know, there are Brujas Blanca's (white witches) and Brujas Negra's (black witches). The white witches do good and the black witches cast spells for which mean or envious people pay them. Most witches also practice as curanderas, or practitioners of herbal medicine and home the Inquisition witches might be put death for their un-Godly practice. Indigenous peoples of Mexico (Spanish: gente indígena de México), Native Mexicans (Spanish: nativos mexicanos), or Mexican Native Americans (Spanish: mexicanos nativos americanos), are those who are part of communities that trace their roots back to populations and communities that existed in what is now Mexico prior to the arrival of Europeans.

    Under Spanish rule, the Chontales carried on a formidable resistance for some time. In the census, 4, Chontal de Oaxaca were tallied at 4,, representing % of the state's total indigenous speaking population. Today, the Chontal Oaxaca inhabit the southernmost region of Oaxaca and speak two major dialects. Cuicateco. It is used by the Chontal Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico, among whom it is known as zacatechichi, thle-pelakano (“leaf of the god”) as well as zacate de perro (“herb of the dog”) and hoja madre (“mother leaf”). It is believed that the plant purifies the senses and that the visions induced in dreams mold the future or help in foretelling it.


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