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Yatiri (Aymara Healer) Performing An Ancient Sacrificial Burning Rite To Bring The Good Will Of The Goddess Pachamama (Mother Earth), Isla Del Sol In Titicaca Lake, La Paz Department, Bolivia
1116-39131 - Yatiri (Aymara Healer) Performing An Ancient Sacrificial Burning Rite To Bring The Good Will Of The Goddess Pachamama (Mother Earth), Isla Del Sol In Titicaca Lake, La Paz Department, Bolivia
Hen and chicks by intricately woven Animist Donyi Polo shrine, made from bamboo, feathers and eggshells, Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh, India, Asia
805-748 - Hen and chicks by intricately woven Animist Donyi Polo shrine, made from bamboo, feathers and eggshells, Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh, India, Asia
Animist Donyi Polo shrine to the gods, made from bamboo and maize leaves, in Apatani village, Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh, India, Asia
805-745 - Animist Donyi Polo shrine to the gods, made from bamboo and maize leaves, in Apatani village, Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh, India, Asia
Animist Donyi Polo shrine, made from bamboo, feathers and eggshells, asking for cure for illness in Apatani village house, Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh, India, Asia
805-747 - Animist Donyi Polo shrine, made from bamboo, feathers and eggshells, asking for cure for illness in Apatani village house, Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh, India, Asia
Dancers wearing Kananga masks perform at the Dama celebration in Tireli, Mali
1116-12465 - Dancers wearing Kananga masks perform at the Dama celebration in Tireli, Mali
Decorations of the Toguna (House of words) in Tireli, Mali
1116-12253 - Decorations of the Toguna (House of words) in Tireli, Mali
Ceramic figure of el Tío or Supai , a creature with horns, gleaming eyes and a big penis, that in fact is not really satanic. It was introduced by the Spaniards in the 16th Century to the mines of Potosí. According to tradition, el T√Ã
1116-25172 - Ceramic figure of el Tío or Supai , a creature with horns, gleaming eyes and a big penis, that in fact is not really satanic. It was introduced by the Spaniards in the 16th Century to the mines of Potosí. According to tradition, el T√Ã
Dancer wearing Kananga mask at the Dama celebration in Tireli, Mali
1116-12461 - Dancer wearing Kananga mask at the Dama celebration in Tireli, Mali
Dancers wearing Kananga masks perform at the Dama celebration in Tireli, Mali
1116-12466 - Dancers wearing Kananga masks perform at the Dama celebration in Tireli, Mali
Ceramic figure of el Tío or Supai , a creature with horns, gleaming eyes and a big penis, that in fact is not really satanic. It was introduced by the Spaniards in the 16th Century to the mines of Potosí. According to tradition, el T√Ã
1116-25174 - Ceramic figure of el Tío or Supai , a creature with horns, gleaming eyes and a big penis, that in fact is not really satanic. It was introduced by the Spaniards in the 16th Century to the mines of Potosí. According to tradition, el T√Ã
The dressed statues of the Saints in the Santiago Apóstol Church are also the guardian-spirits of the Tzutuhil pantheon, a classic example of Maya-Catholic syncretism, Santiago de Atitlán, Sololá, Guatemala
1116-27310 - The dressed statues of the Saints in the Santiago Apóstol Church are also the guardian-spirits of the Tzutuhil pantheon, a classic example of Maya-Catholic syncretism, Santiago de Atitlán, Sololá, Guatemala
Ceramic figure of el Tío or Supai , a creature with horns, gleaming eyes and a big penis, that in fact is not really satanic. It was introduced by the Spaniards in the 16th Century to the mines of Potosí. According to tradition, el T√Ã
1116-25173 - Ceramic figure of el Tío or Supai , a creature with horns, gleaming eyes and a big penis, that in fact is not really satanic. It was introduced by the Spaniards in the 16th Century to the mines of Potosí. According to tradition, el T√Ã
Dancers wearing Kananga masks perform at the Dama celebration in Tireli, Mali
1116-12462 - Dancers wearing Kananga masks perform at the Dama celebration in Tireli, Mali
Girl on her mother's back, La Paz, Bolivia
1116-26187 - Girl on her mother's back, La Paz, Bolivia
Togu-na (House of Words), Sangha, Mali
1116-12476 - Togu-na (House of Words), Sangha, Mali
Nocte warrior tribes, with traditional Wear performing dance at Namdapha Eco Cultural Festival, Miao, Arunachal Pradesh, India
817-272978 - Nocte warrior tribes, with traditional Wear performing dance at Namdapha Eco Cultural Festival, Miao, Arunachal Pradesh, India
Hanging coffins of Animistic Applai elders entombed on limestone cliffs, Sagada Town, The Cordillera Mountains, Benguet Province, Luzon, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia
733-1879 - Hanging coffins of Animistic Applai elders entombed on limestone cliffs, Sagada Town, The Cordillera Mountains, Benguet Province, Luzon, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia
Hanging coffins of Animistic Applai elders entombed on limestone cliffs, Sagada Town, The Cordillera Mountains, Benguet Province, Luzon, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia
733-1878 - Hanging coffins of Animistic Applai elders entombed on limestone cliffs, Sagada Town, The Cordillera Mountains, Benguet Province, Luzon, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia
Mount Popa, centre of Nat worship, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
450-2672 - Mount Popa, centre of Nat worship, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Nat Shrine, Kengtung (Kyaing Tong), Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
312-1793 - Nat Shrine, Kengtung (Kyaing Tong), Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Nat Shrine, Kengtung (Kyaing Tong), Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
312-1792 - Nat Shrine, Kengtung (Kyaing Tong), Shan State, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
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