Circle Ca’de Mandorli like three years ago and, as then, the specter of bad weather coming and rain ruining everything. Instead, the storm front splits continuing into the adjacent valleys and gives us a warm and sunny Sunday.

Not many people notice a person dressed curiously. He is the spokesman for the Wixarika people, called Huichol by the Spanish. One of the most important ethnic groups living the peyote cult, a cult that would date back 6,000 years.

We supported this people because they are in danger of losing one of the sacred places where they worship, which is also one of the richest cactus regions in Mexico.

An honor to have hosted him among us.