The mysticism of mud

Atencio, Ernest
May 2008
High Country News;5/12/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p9
The article discusses the environmental condition in Taos, New Mexico, which the author relates the mystic belief that Taos will continue to have its fair weather. He particularly discusses the annual mud season that occurs in his home town, which gives benefits to the region and connects the history of mysticism that has sparked the idea among native settlers to farm its plains. The author further discusses the region's present environmental condition and notes his beliefs that the rain will continue to plow its deserted fields.


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