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What do Alebrijes represent?

What do Alebrijes represent?

By Magia Mexica August 06, 2021 |

Long before Linares' dreams, in Mesoamerican cultures there were already the “nahuales” and “tonas”, creatures that just like alebrijes, adopt an animal shape and / or in combination with human parts. In the Zapotec culture “tona”, mean “animal or protective spirit”, and these were assigned to each person, according to...

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Dia de Muertos: Highlights

Dia de Muertos: Highlights

By Magia Mexica November 01, 2019 |

1. Pedir Calaverita / Ask for a "Calaverita" It dates from the Mesoamerican era when a macehual child (in Aztec society occupied the third step in the social structure, was located above the slaves and below the nobles) had no money to place fruit or food for the offering to...

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Dia de Muertos: Where to go?

Dia de Muertos: Where to go?

By Magia Mexica October 24, 2019 |

November is a special month for Mexicans who celebrate the big party called Día de Muertos. Families gather in the cemeteries of our country to spend a night with their dead relatives and share with them a dinner with the dishes they liked best surrounded by the aroma of the...

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Dia de Muertos

Dia de Muertos

By Magia Mexica October 09, 2019 |

Doing some research on the internet, I realized that it is so difficult to resume in a single paragraph what death means (and all that it includes) for us as Mexicans. Death is present in our culture since practically the beginning of our history. It appears in legends, art, songs,...

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Independence Day

Independence Day

By Magia Mexica September 13, 2019 |

Every September 16th Mexico commemorates the anniversary of the beginning of the fight for our independence, our freedom as a nation. Magia Mexica is a 100% MEXICAN Team, from the artisan to the one who’s writing this blog is mexicano.   Nope, for us May 5th (Cinco de Mayo) isn’t...

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Chichén Itzá: Equinox

Chichén Itzá: Equinox

By Magia Mexica July 12, 2019 |

“La ciudad al borde del pozo de los itzáes” (The city on the edge of the pit of the Itzaes) . .   More than a pyramid, Chichén Itzá was the capital most prominent of Maya’s territory. Located at the west of Yucatán (we already write something about it btw)...

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Where is the Vochol?

Where is the Vochol?

By Magia Mexica July 04, 2019 |

After this magic piece have been all over the world, what happened with it? . Created by the Bautista and Ortiz families natives from Jalisco and Nayarit, made with more than 2 million of beads (better known as “chaquiras”) for about 7 months, the Vochol have touched the lands of...

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More Than Cancun

More Than Cancun

By Magia Mexica July 03, 2019 |

Mexico is well known for its ecosystem diversity. I can tell you, our country is more than beaches and tropical wether. Every zone in Mexico has enchanting places, and I’m sure you’re gonna fall in love with them (and if I might say, we have something for all tastes). ....

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