Types of Mask with Explanation
Is only used in the morning prayer towards the East for the blessing of our Nation and all Nation, including human life and respect towards the Creator & Mother Nature.
The oldest traditional mask in our culture and represent the old man of the fiesta.
The oldest traditional mask of our culture Yaqui Tribe. It represents the pascola dancer which is the hunter, who is looking for the deer.
The joker to entertained everyone to enjoy and look forward to the upcoming traditional event.
Represents the hunter. In our traditional belief the wolf battles with human-being over the deer for survival.
The main greeter that address the community in our native language. For our ceremony, culture activities (i.e. wakes, anniversary) and community events. The mask is identified with two-side burn.
Represents the beginning of human life and our exist as man kind.