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Mega Danza Prehispanica en Tepotzotlan (Mega Prehispanic Dance)

Mega Danza Prehispanica en Tepotzotlan (Mega Prehispanic Dance)

In Chp.8 there is a section that explains feminist spirituality. Within the goddess movement is the religion of Wicca. A form of spirituality based on ancient witchcraft traditions involving God and Goddesses. There is a feminist form that worships the feminine divine in an all female conven. This article is written by a young women who from reading the works of Z Budapest but became disappointed by the angry feminist rhetoric present in many of the writings as well as the inherent…

“Women Born Women”: Dianic Wicca and Transphobia

In Chp.8 there is a section that explains feminist spirituality. Within the goddess movement is the religion of Wicca. A form of spirituality based on ancient witchcraft traditions involving God and Goddesses. There is a feminist form that worships the feminine divine in an all female conven. This article is written by a young women who from reading the works of Z Budapest but became disappointed by the angry feminist rhetoric present in many of the writings as well as the inherent…

LOPHOPHORA: Peyote - information on the peyote cactus et cetera

LOPHOPHORA: Peyote - information on the peyote cactus et cetera

nativefaces:Tarahumara of northern Mexico paint white dots on...

nativefaces:Tarahumara of northern Mexico paint white dots on...

Los wixárikas o wixáricas, son un grupo mayoritario en Tepic y la mayor parte de Nayarit, conocidos en español como huicholes, habitan el oeste central de México en la Sierra Madre Occidental, principalmente en los estados de Jalisco, Nayarit y partes de Durango y Zacatecas. ...

Los wixárikas o wixáricas, son un grupo mayoritario en Tepic y la mayor parte de Nayarit, conocidos en español como huicholes, habitan el oeste central de México en la Sierra Madre Occidental, principalmente en los estados de Jalisco, Nayarit y partes de Durango y Zacatecas. ...

Two men of Tarahumara, photographed in Tuaripa, Chihuahua, Mexico, 1892 by Carl S. Lumholtz

Two men of Tarahumara, photographed in Tuaripa, Chihuahua, Mexico, 1892 by Carl S. Lumholtz

The Tarahumara of Mexico evaded Spanish conquerors in the sixteenth century. But can they survive the onslaught of modernity? Or the hotels and highway right next to their village?

The Tarahumara of Mexico evaded Spanish conquerors in the sixteenth century. But can they survive the onslaught of modernity? Or the hotels and highway right next to their village?

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