By Valentina Pavlovna Wasson
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They say that the land in this region is 'living' because it will produce the mushroom, whereas the hot dry country where the mushroom will not grow is called 'dead'. i. Miss Pike informed us later that this and other translations were from the Mazatec, not from Spanish. 242 PLATE XXXIX Jean-Henri Fabre. Panseolus campanulatus Fr. ex L. ' When they speak of 'badness' they mean 'ceremonially unclean'. ) A person is considered safe if he refrains from intercourse five days before and after eating the mushroom.
Someone gently pulled the mat with them on it over the dirt floor to the other side of the partition that bisected the house. We were four in our own party. Then there was Aurelio and his grown-up son Demetrio (Figure B, i), and Demetrio's young and pretty Fig. B wife Clara (2), who lay on the floor in her clothes and wrapped in her sarape, and who seemed to doze through the night. Next to her lay her baby, born on June 4 and still nameless, for she was as yet unbaptized. Clara seemed to doze, but when her husband Demetrio faltered in translating the words of the mushroom, she had a way of interposing the Spanish words that he was seeking.
We could not hope to improve on her contribution. But there were many unanswered questions. For one thing, her mushrooms reached four inches in diameter; they could not belong to the genus panasolus. What then were they? In the Mazatec country there are two seasons of the year when mushrooms should be abundant, at the beginning and at the end of the rains, in June and in the first half of August. We decided on August for our trip. Miss Pike would be absent then, but her colleague in Mexico City, Mrs.
Mushrooms, Russia and History by Valentina Pavlovna Wasson