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Tortillas for the gods

a symbolic analysis of Zinacanteco rituals

by Evon Zartman Vogt

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Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Zinacantán (Mexico)
    • Subjects:
    • Tzotzil Indians -- Rites and ceremonies.,
    • Tzotzil Indians -- Religion.,
    • Zinacantán (Mexico) -- Religious life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEvon Z. Vogt.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1221.T9 V59 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 234 p. :
      Number of Pages234
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1410117M
      ISBN 100806125594
      LC Control Number93018821

      Jul 10,  · Although there are now tortillerias (places that manufacture tortillas) where tortillas are machine pressed, it’s still possible to find delicious hand-pressed tortillas in a variety of colors wherever you are in Mexico. (See Tortilleria) Making tortillas by hand is a very time-consuming process. 50 reviews of Pochitos Tortilla Factory "The best tamales in Denver. Last year I waited in line for over two hours to get some right before Christmas. We had plenty and they froze well. So this year I wised up and went earlier and froze them ahead /5(50).

      The Incomparable Tortilla 7 world a decent place for humans. The human being was the next challenge for the gods. After much deliberation, the forefather gods, Tepew and Q’ukumatz, formed figures from mud and wood, semblances of people but unable to walk or talk and, most important, pay homage to the gods. Stumped, the gods turned to GrandmotherCited by: 3. In clear and eloquent language, Gary Paulsen pays tribute to a cycle of life — from seed to plant to tortilla. Workers till the black soil, operate the clanking machinery of the factory, and drive the trucks that deliver the tortillas back into the hands that will plant the yellow cateringwhidbey.com Ruth Wright Paulsen's expressive paintings, "The Tortilla Factory" brings forth.

      Aug 27,  · The tortilla’s beginnings were simple but far from humble: people of Mesoamerica prayed to gods and goddesses of corn, the plant used to make tortillas; they offered the tortilla to their gods; and Mayans buried their dead with tortillas. Morton also reveals that “the Aztecs loved their tortillas and believed the tortilla had a soul.”5/5. Biography Early life. Terence McKenna was born and raised in Paonia, Colorado, with Irish ancestry on his father's side of the family.. McKenna developed a hobby of fossil-hunting in his youth and from this he acquired a deep scientific appreciation of nature. He also became interested in psychology at a young age, reading Carl Jung's book Psychology and Alchemy at the age of Born: November 16, , Paonia, Colorado, United States.


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