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The bracelet measures: 9 x 2 cm


The necklace from end to end measures: 43 cm


It is made with small woven plastic beads called chaquira


Huichol


Wixárika


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Wixárika de Zacatecas


Total population 43,929 (2003 data) 1


Huichol language / wixaritari waniuki, Spanish


Religion religion based on shamans, Catholicism


Related ethnic groups cora, tepehuanes, guachichil


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The wixárikas or wixáricas (huichol [viʐaɾika] ~ [viraɾika]), known in Spanish as huicholes, are a majority group in Nayarit, Mexico. They inhabit the central west of the country, in the Sierra Madre Occidental, mainly in the states of Nayarit, Jalisco and parts of Durango and Zacatecas. They call themselves wixárika (people) in their language, which belongs to the Uto-Aztec family of languages ​​and which they call wixaritari waniuki (in Spanish, Huichol or Huichol language).


The Huichol ethnonym comes from the adaptation to the Nahuatl language of the autonomous Wixarika, because in the Huichol language the a can be heard as o; ryl are allophones, and the pronunciation of x, which was sibilant, was interpreted as affricada, tz, between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (time when the loan of the word could occur), but the loss of the syllable -ka gave as Huitzol result in Nahuatl, and its Castilianization, Huichol.2


The Wixáricas speak a language of the Corachol group that is closely related to the Nahua group (Aztecoid). In addition, they have received Mesoamerican influences, which is reflected in the fact that the Huichol has typical features of the Mesoamerican linguistic area.


Its traditional spirituality includes the collection and ritual consumption of peyote (Lophophora williamsii), a cactus that has hallucinogenic effects due to its psychoactive alkaloids, including mescaline.


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About I was born in Durango., my paternal grandmother's name was Maria del Refugio, she was born with the last century and married a Frenchman from Lorraine, she was very Catholic and had a big hous..

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