The amate paper is produced in San Pablito Pahuatlán, Puebla, part of that production is not marketed, but is produced for the exclusive use of the shamans of the community and is undoubtedly the one that symbolizes the tradition of the Otomí people. The healers cut out the paper forming magical figures. Dark and clear dolls that represent the spirits and are used to remove some spell, heal, invoke some action or offer to the gods. Thanks to the cultural resistance of its amateros, San Pablito Pahuatlán is today the only town that follows the traditional Mesoamerican manufacture of amate paper.

Ciudad de México Puebla Guerrero