Huichol Indians of Western Central Mexico live in the Sierra Madre Occidental.
They call themselves the Wixarica in their native language. Their aboriginal
religion consists of four principal deities, Corn, Eagles, Deer and Peyote, all
descended from their Sun God, Tau. Most Huichols retain traditional beliefs. The
craftsmanship of the Huichol includes embroidery, beadwork, sombreros, archery
equipment, prayer arrows, and weaving.
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