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Pulseira Huichol Frisado PEIOTE Arte Folclórica Mexicano Multicolorido Feito À Mão Longo 8"

Pulseira Huichol Frisado PEIOTE Arte Folclórica Mexicano Multicolorido Feito À Mão Longo 8"

Huichol art. #hikuri #kauyumari #peyote #huicholes #huicholart #sacredgeometry…

Huichol art. #hikuri #kauyumari #peyote #huicholes #huicholart #sacredgeometry…

Kuvahaun tulos haulle huichol aretes

Kuvahaun tulos haulle huichol aretes

Handmade Star Pouch Beadwork Necklace by MiCasitaDeChaquira

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Handmade Star Pouch Beadwork Necklace by MiCasitaDeChaquira

Arte Huichol Em Miçanga

Arte Huichol Em Miçanga

HUICHOL SHAMAN NECKLACE ~ FLOWER

HUICHOL SHAMAN NECKLACE ~ FLOWER

como hacer un collar epnico en mostacilla - Buscar con Google

como hacer un collar epnico en mostacilla - Buscar con Google

Pulseira Huichol Frisado PEIOTE Arte Folclórica Mexicano Multicolorido Feito À Mão Longo 8"

Pulseira Huichol Frisado PEIOTE Arte Folclórica Mexicano Multicolorido Feito À Mão Longo 8"

Pulseira Huichol Frisado PEIOTE Arte Folclórica Mexicano Multicolorido Feito À Mão Longo 9.5"

Pulseira Huichol Frisado PEIOTE Arte Folclórica Mexicano Multicolorido Feito À Mão Longo 9.5"

Lenght 7.5 inches (19.05 cms) Width 1.5 inches (3.8 cms)  In this bracelet youll see a representation of the peyote. The peyote cactus or Hikuri, is a plant that the huichol people keep as their most sacred good used it to open a spiritual connection with their gods. Peyote is the soul of their religious culture and a visionary sacrament that opens a pathway to the other deities.   The Huichol represent one of the few remaining indigenous cultures left in Mexico. They live in self-imposed…

Mexican Huichol Beaded Peyote Bracelet PG-0009 Huichol art - Mexican bracelet - Mexican Jewelry - Huichol bracelet - Huichol beadwork

Lenght 7.5 inches (19.05 cms) Width 1.5 inches (3.8 cms) In this bracelet youll see a representation of the peyote. The peyote cactus or Hikuri, is a plant that the huichol people keep as their most sacred good used it to open a spiritual connection with their gods. Peyote is the soul of their religious culture and a visionary sacrament that opens a pathway to the other deities. The Huichol represent one of the few remaining indigenous cultures left in Mexico. They live in self-imposed…

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