HAPPY EARTH DAY!
In ancient times, Harakbut elders used to go to El Rostro for spiritual consultant, ritual enactment, prayers and healing. They asked mountain spirits at El Rostro for medical assistance to cure sickness when someone gets sick in their community. When communal problems arise they also approached El Rostro for guidance and solution to the conflict. The practice of the eshuva (songs of invocation) is one of ancient spiritual practices among Harakbut-language speaking people. The eshuva (song of invocation) is central to Harakbut socio-spiritual life as it is the part of their belief system about life, death and the cosmic order.