They viralize video showing a Nahual captured in Chiapas

Through social networks inhabitants of the population of Arriaga, Chiapas, they shared a video in which they show an alleged “Nahual“which was caught by the settlers, who claim that man uses witchcraft to transform himself into an animal and adopt their attitudes.

According to El Heraldo, in the video that went viral, a man is seen inside what appears to be a jail or a room with bars after being subjected to strange attitudes.

In the recording, the “Nahual“he makes groans and sudden movements inside the building, showing a ferocity that frightened the neighbors, who came to witness the event.

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It scares the residents

In the material that circulates on social networks, you can hear a local neighbor who mocks the man for trying to simulate the behavior and movements of an animal, apparently a dog or wolf.

The call “Nahual“As identified by the inhabitants, he was persecuted by some neighborhoods of the population of Arriaga, until he was caught.

According to the version of one of the villagers, the man ran at high speed and used all four limbs.

The witnesses to the event reported that the man becomes “Nahual“thanks to witchcraft and then he returns to his” human state. “In southern states of Mexico such as Oaxaca or Chiapas It is believed that in the “Nahuales” those who consider sorcerers or supernatural beings who have the ability to take attitudes and form of wild animals.

The local authorities have not yet managed to identify the man and rule out that he is a person suffering from mental diseases.

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What is a Nahual?

The word “Nahual“comes from the Nahuatl nahualli, which means” hidden “,” hidden “or” disguise “, and is used to name some shamans or sorcerers who have skills that they adopt from animals: for example, vision of the eagle, the ear of the ocelot or smell of the wolf.

(Azucena Uribe)


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