We are a group comprised of the Wixarika People, along with organizations and citizens who are joining forces with them in favor of the preservation of the Sacred Site of Wirikuta, the Sierra of Catorce and its inhabitants.

Monthly archive December, 2011
Revolution Signs Formal Agreement with Lake Shore Gold for Mexican Property Portfolio

Revolution Signs Formal Agreement with Lake Shore Gold for Mexican Property Portfolio

December 14, 2011 2:37 PM EST Revolution Resources Corp. is pleased to report that it has signed a formal option agreement with Lake Shore Gold Corp. to acquire up to 100% of Lake Shore Gold’s four large properties in Mexico formerly held by West Timmins Mining Inc. (Lake Shore Gold acquired West Timmins Mining in...
Huichol Art Sale and Auction at 25th anniversary MAPS Conference

Huichol Art Sale and Auction at 25th anniversary MAPS Conference

Huichol Art Sale and Auction at 25th anniversary MAPS Conference in Oakland Marriot City Center, Dec 8th to 12th, 2011. Conference Website- http://www.maps.org/conference/25/ Conference Fb event -http://www.facebook.com/events/204264342954590/ The Huichol people are an indigenous group in Mexico that are unique in their way of living in a deep respectful relation with life and nature. They currently live...
Wirikuta: where the Sun rises. Interview with Tunuary Chávez (AJAGI), JALISCO

Wirikuta: where the Sun rises. Interview with Tunuary Chávez (AJAGI), JALISCO

Panoramic view of the Sierra de Real de Catorce in San Luis Potosí © Mercedes Aquino Ever since the creation of the Wixárika world, our heart, our life, and our ancestors are in Wirikuta. We make a pilgrimage every year to honor and make offerings to our ancestors, so that life will continue and so...
Famous Writers Petition Against Mexico Silver Mine

Famous Writers Petition Against Mexico Silver Mine

MEXICO CITY December 1, 2011 (Asociated Press) More than 150 internationally known writers and artists are urging Mexican President Felipe Calderon to cancel mining concessions in an area of northern Mexico considered sacred ground by the Huichol Indians. The list of petition signers released Thursday comprises a who’s who of arts and letters from 30...