Tag archive for shaman paintings

Ayahuasca Visions | Patiquina Samai by Pablo Amaringo

Ayahuasca Visions | Patiquina Samai by Pablo Amaringo

Patiquina Samai (The breath of the Patiquinas) by Pablo Amaringo   The patiquina (Dieffenbachia sp) is widely used in Peru in banos florales (floral baths) for counteracting brujeria and attracting positive energy. The four varieties of patiquina seen here are verde, blanco, negro and pintado…

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Ayahuasca Visions | Pagoda Dorada by Pablo Amaringo

Ayahuasca Visions | Pagoda Dorada by Pablo Amaringo

Pagoda Dorada by Pablo Amaringo At the upper left of the picture is the huairamama (the Mother of the sky), who has dominion of the atmosphere. She moves like a whirlwind and creates storms; her rain fertilises the rainforest and makes the plants flourish. At…

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Ayahuasca Visions | Transformacion del Chamán en Aguila by Pablo Amaringo

Ayahuasca Visions | Transformacion del Chamán en Aguila by Pablo Amaringo

 Transformacion del Chamán en Aguila  by Pablo Amaringo The transformation of the shaman into an Eagle.The shaman transforms himself into an eagle and flies away to bring back esoteric knowledge to his people. When a shaman transforms himself into kinetic energy and merges with the universe,…

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Ayahuasca Visions | A’tun Supay Lancha by Pablo Amaringo

Ayahuasca Visions | A’tun Supay Lancha by Pablo Amaringo

A’tun Supay Lancha (Lancha Fantasma) by Pablo Amaringo The shamans in front sing the icaro of the lancha fantasma and strong visionary effects soon starts to take hold on them all. Hidden places in the earth open up and spirits arise from caves to celebrate the…

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Ayahuasca Visions | Unicornio Dorado by Pablo Amaringo

Ayahuasca Visions | Unicornio Dorado by Pablo Amaringo

Unicornio Dorado (The Golden Unicorn) by Pablo Amaringo Here we can see two ceremonies, one on each side of the picture. The ceremony on the left is with indigenous and mestizo people (of mixed ancestry), and on the right there are highly educated, cultivated people,…

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