According to the indigenous culture, necklaces and adornments make manifest the might of those who wear them , they are considered as a vehicle towards the spiritual kingdom.
In many villages of the forests, the inhabitants use animal bones, feathers, stones, seeds, terracotta, like a divinity figures in order to realise bracelets and pendants
The ancestral beliefs are intimately linked between inner world and the celestial one. During the rituals, the Indios paint their own bodies with garish colours.
The Precolumbian art features are linear and three dimensional , with models made of ceramic, shells, stone elements, silica, clay, bone, and a variety of minerals. In the last three decades, archeological research has remarkably raised our knowledge on the origin, the expansion, and the evolution of Precolumbian culture.
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