|Human In the beginnings of transformation|
of either changing into a spiritual or physical
animal creature with the power of Magick.
In Mesoamerican folklore, there is a Nagual Creature that is a human being who has the power to transform into either a spiritual or physical animal creature. It most commonly will turn into the animals such as the Jaguar, Puma, mules, birds, dogs, and coyotes. The Creature Nagual is believed to use their power for good & evil according to their personality or the form that they take. There are specific beliefs within the Mesoamerican culture, but generally the Mesoamerican folklore/culture of Nagualism is linked with pre-Columbian shamanistic practices which would interpret which animal the tribe would transform into. I found that this happens to be linked to the Mesoamerican calendrical system that was used for divine rituals in ancient times. My research brought me to find, the birth date of the person will often determine if they will become a Nagual.
|One of their favorite forms|
the black Panther
History- Of the Nagual is an indigenous religious practitioner identified by the Spanish. In Aztec mythology, the God of Tezcatlipoca was the protector of nagualism because his tone was the jaguar/black panther he governed the distribution of wealth to the Spanish people. In the modern rural Mexico, the nagual is sometimes seen as the Brujo [witch]. one who is able to shapeshift into an animal at night - like that of an owl, bat and drink their human victums blood, steal property, cause disease, and all kinda habit.
In some communities, they might result in violent attacks. The creature Nagual was identified in Mexico in the year 1894.
There are other different forms that the Nagual Creature can
take. I will try to find some of these my dears
I hope that you find this interesting