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Brujos

This is the Spanish term for a medicine man, curer, witch, and sorcerer.

Crows

These animals are Don Juan Matus' species of choice into which to change form under the influence of smoking psilocybe mexicana.

Diableros

This is a term used only by Sonora Indians to designate a practitioner of black sorcery, where you are able to change into the form of animals.

Helpers

These are spirits that cause sickness and pain to help diableros kill. They are easier to tame than allies but require a lot of education.

Jimson Weed

This is a hallucinogenic plant Datura inoxia, also known as "Devil's Weed," used by Don Juan Matus to help author Carlos Castaneda to acquire an "ally" or power.

Lizards

The secret of the second portion of Datura plants' sorcery, these animals are used in pairs to learn whatever the sorcerer...

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