Huichol yarn art. These Mexican people take peyote in cultural ceremonies and the art they create comes from visions.

Huichol Indian artisan at the Mexico Fest 2012 celebrations on Sept. 2012 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. These celebrations commemorated 202 years of Mexican Independence.

Huichol art - yarn painting is from visions created by peyote used in traditional ceremonies

Huichol art - yarn painting is from visions created by peyote used in traditional ceremonies. El Dzidzantunense: Dzidzantún / Arte y Cultura / Arte Mexicano

A Traditionally Dressed Huichol Man Holds a Hikuli Plant, or Peyote

A Traditionally Dressed Huichol Man Holds a Hikuli Plant, or Peyote

Mexican folk art: the yarn paintings of the huichol, inspired by peyote

THE PEYOTE VISION -- "Works of art inspired by Huichol tradition and mythology. The author is Antonio Carrillo de la Cruz of the community of Santa Catarina

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They say that peyote talks to you in your time of need.Many have witnessed contact with the Peyote spirit while trapped in the desert with no food or water.The spirit tells you to seek them out and to eat.

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