Kuauhtli Vasquez

Hikuri Ambassador

Kuauhtli’s years of involvement in the movement for human rights and activities to preserve the indigenous ways of life served as preparation for his current path bringing ceremonies around the world.

For the past 25 years, Kuauhtli has dedicated himself to conducting Mexica ceremonies of “Xochitl in Cuicatl” (Flower and Song), Native American Church tipi meetings, Temazcal (sweat lodge) and Mexica Danza, contributing to the awakening and reconnection of humanity with Mother Earth.

Kuauhtli has visited 36 countries while actively promoting the legalization and medical research of Hikuri and other entheogens.  He’s participated in panels, films, and festivals and shared his music worldwide.