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    Warriors of the Sun

    The Rebirth of the Voladores Ritual

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    Uploaded Dec 19, 2014
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    Warriors of the Sun

    Directed by Bruce "Pacho" Lane 2014 75 min

    First Flight

    Uploaded Dec 19, 2014
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    Warriors of the Sun

    The 2000 year-old Los Voladores (flyers) ritual is still performed today by the Totonacs of East Central Mexico. The ritual is sacred to Quetzalcoatl, the “Feathered Serpent” culture god, whom Mexican Indians identify with Christ. Hence it is usually performed in conjunction with Christian religious events. The ritual is a visual representation of the central concepts of pre-Conquest Mexican Indian religion – and is seen by the Totonacs as central to their cultural identity.

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