Kuauhtli Vasquez is a powerful guide to the ancient Mexican Nahualt culture. He is one of the leaders of the global indigenous rights movement in Mexico and the chief representative of Native American culture at the United Nations. Kuauhtli’s years of involvement in the human rights movement served as a preparation for his current path. He created the Native American Church and for the past 25 years has devoted himself to performing authentic ceremonies, combining traditional dances, songs, and Mother Earth’s herbal medicine. Kuauhtli conducts Mexican flower ceremonies “Xochitl in Cuicatl”, Native American Church tipi meetings, Temazcal -sweat lodge- and Mexica danza. He visited 36 countries, while actively promoting the legalisation and medial research of peyote and other entheogen.