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Get help. Holdings In. UTL at Downsview. Subjects subject. Indians of Mexico--Medicine. Indians of Mexico--Religion. Traditional medicine--Mexico. More Details added author.
Barabas, Alicia. Serie Ensayos. Pueblos del noroeste -- II. Pueblos mayas -- III. Pueblos de Oaxaca y Guerrero -- IV. Contact University of Toronto Libraries St. Connect with us Twitter YouTube Instagram more social media. Your Name:. Include PDF. Record Title:. Record Author s :. Is there a problem with an e-resource? If so, please indicate which one: --select an eresource link Brief Description:. Your Name Optional :.
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In Mesoamerican folk religion , a nahual pronounced [na'wal] is a human being who has the power to shapeshift into an animal form. A widespread superstition holds that nahuals must make a pact with the devil as well as make him an offering. In English, the word is often translated as "transforming witch", but translations without witch ' s negative connotations include "transforming trickster " or " shape shifter ". Naguals use their powers for good or evil according to their personality. Nagualism is linked with pre-Columbian shamanistic practices through Pre-classic Olmec depictions that are interpreted as human beings transforming themselves into animals. The system is linked with the Mesoamerican calendrical system , used for divination rituals. Birth dates often determine if a person can become a nagual.
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