The Mysticism of Mexico's Huichol People
Television del Sur
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August 18, 2015



“Whatever you do to the earth … you do to your own body.”

Man was created out of the Pacific Ocean, emerging as a little worm. That’s according to the Huichol people, whose annual and ritualistic 385-mile journey to Wirikuta, a sacred site high in the Mexican mountains, was captured by filmmaker Nicolás Echevarría.

On this episode of teleSUR’s Interviews from Quito, we chat with the documentary filmmaker whose work with the indigenous peoples of Mexico is not only beautifully captivating, but has also cemented in history a proud and religious people.

Even the trailer is astonishing in its color and depth!

Trailer, Eco de la montana (IMCINE)

See the original at teleSUR

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