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  1. Ojo de DiosEye of God Un proyectodivertidoparaengrandecer la sabiduría cultural

  2. Objetivos del Proyecto • To understand the symbol of the “Ojode Dios” • To know how they were utilized in the past and how you may use them in the present • To be able to make an “Ojo de Dios” • To make connections with your own cultural background

  3. Whatisan¨Ojo de Dios¨ • The Ojo de Dios or Eye of God is a symbol of the power of seeing and understanding unknown things.

  4. Wheredidit come from? • It is commonly found among the Huichol Indians of northwestern Mexico and the Aymara Indians of Bolivia.

  5. Naming • Named after the Sikuli God by the Huichol Indians from Mexico

  6. Why make an¨Ojo de Dios¨ • Making an Ojo = prayer that the eye of God will watch over us (or the person we are making it for) and grant us (them) health, fortune, and a long life. • They can be used as good luck symbols (talisman of spiritual protection) • The Ojo becomes a physical representation of the prayer.

  7. What it means? • The four points represent earth, fire, air, and water. • The colors used have different meanings: • RED/ROJO - life itself • YELLOW/AMARILLO - sun • WHITE/BLANCO moon & stars; • BLUE/AZUL - sky & water • BROWN/CAFE – soil/earth • GREEN/VERDE – vegetation/nature • BLACK/NEGRO - death. • ORANGE/ANARANJADO-happiness

  8. How was it used in the old days? • In Mexico, the central eye was made when a child was born. Each year, a bit of yarn was added until the child turned five at which point the ojo was completed. • In Bolivia, “God’s Eyes” were made to be placed on an altar so that the gods could watch over the praying people and protect them.

  9. How is it used today? • Good luck charm • Hung on the wall • In ceremonies • In prayer • Fiestas (decoration)

  10. How is it made? • Simple or complex weaving made across two or more sticks • You'll need a few things to make one: • Assorted colors of yarn/lana. • Small craft sticks/palitos • Scissors/tijeras • Glue/goma(optional)

  11. How to put it all together? Here's how to make an Ojo De Dios: Step 1: • Hold two sticks together with your thumb & forefinger. (You can also super glue the sticks together so it makes it easier to handle). • While holding the sticks, wrap the yarn around the sticks diagonally two to three times and then two to three times the opposite directions.

  12. How to put it all together? • Step 2:Next, wrap the yarn around one side of the cross, as shown:

  13. How to put it all together? • Step 3:Carry it over, diagonally following the line of the previously wrapped yarn

  14. How to put it all together? • Step 4:Continue to wrap the yarn over each side and across diagonally (see video below for further visual explanation). It should begin to look like this.

  15. Need more help? • Here’s a counple of links to help you complete your project: • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0doOTz5Wckk • http://michellesjournalcorner.blogspot.com/2009/07/ojo-de-dios-aka-gods-eyes-craft.html How to make pompoms?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSFZ42uq6x4

  16. Vocabulario LearnedColores/Colors • Azul= blue • Negro= black • Blanco= white • Rojo= red • Amarillo= yellow • Verde= green • Anaranjado= orange • Café= brown

  17. Vocabulario LearnedVerbos/Verbs • Cortar= to cut • Pegar= to glue • Cruzar= to cross • Crear= to create • Hacer= to make

  18. Vocabulario LearnedAdjetivos/Adjectives • Colorido= colorful • Fácil= easy • Difícil= hard/difficult • Interesante= interesting • Bonito= pretty

  19. Vocabulario LearnedSustantivos/Nouns • Dios= God • Símbolo= symbol • Ojo= eye • Tijeras= scissors • Lana= whool • Palitos= sticks • Goma= glue

  20. Ready to make your very own “Ojo de Dios”?????? ¡Vamosa hacerlo! Let’s do it!