Politics and Pluralism in the Círculo Sagrado: the Scope and Limits of Pan-Indigenous Spirituality in Guatemala and Beyond View Full Text


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2017-12

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C. James MacKenzie

ABSTRACT

In the context of increasingly plural religious landscapes in Latin American indigenous communities, the possibility of religion serving as a broadly unifying force at the grassroots level in progressive political action seems to have been reduced. That being said, in Guatemala and elsewhere, political struggles—especially those resisting extractive industries—may draw upon indigenous religious referents, often framed in terms of the sanctity of “Mother Earth.” This article examines some of the tensions and potential expressed by organizers and participants in an annual pan-indigenous encounter called the Sacred Circle of Wise Grandmothers and Grandfathers of the Planet. As an expression of neo-Indianism, this organization has developed ambivalent connections with New Age and related movements and practices, including a potentially depoliticized stress on self-affirmation and individual emotional healing. Through an analysis of the encounter in Guatemala in 2014, the article explores the way indigenous and non-indigenous participants both politicized and resisted politicization of their activities, while negotiating the nature and limits of inter-ethnic solidarity. More... »

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353-375

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