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We work with indigenous groups from the Abrojo Montezuma areas, under their spiritual laws each Mound is purified, to be processed by your products
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Sibu and the rock as creative Mother
The creation After expelling the Sòrburu from the world, Sibö sought to give it life again, since where the devils worked nothing else would flourish again. Then the news reached him that his sister, Nãmãitãmĩ, had given birth to the earth-girl, Irìria. For Talamanquean mythology, Sibu kidnapped the Earth girl so that the seeds that would become beings would grow, since in his time the conditions of the planet were not suitable for life because it was made of stone, he does so by conspiring with animals. organizing a party to set a trap for her sister Nãmãitãmĩ, the mother of the Earth girl, since she invites her to serve the chocolate to distract her, she goes to the Earth girl's house, she orders the lightning to destroy the door of the house of the girl and kidnaps her so that through a ritual he turns her into the substance that was spread on the rock.
Quality, not quantity
About Ùsulë Kéli ök: This work requires the collection of materials (posts, vines, leaves, etc.) which are obtained from distant parts of the indigenous territory, mainly from the mountains. This activity of collecting and preparing the materials is carried out by older people with knowledge of the culture. The next stage of this activity is the transfer of the support of the conical house, it is about eight "manú" wooden posts, 5 × 5 with two meters in length. The transfer takes place from Soki to Amubri, which is approximately four kilometers away, on flat and broken terrain. To achieve this transfer, a ¨ Ùsulë Kéli ök ¨ or “Jala de los palos del Ùsulë” is carried out, a collective work with marked participation of the community, similar to that carried out for the “Jala de piedra”, but with a spiritual connotation different.