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– Description: mapuche deity of thunder and the spirit of fire. He watches over the elements and Man, whom he provides with health, good harvests and animals. In addition, he produces thunder and storms.

– Region: mainly rural areas of the Region of Araucania.

– Powers: if he gets angry, the ground shakes and volcanoes erupt, forcing out large bursts of fire and thick black smoke. He also absorbs the spirits of chiefs and warriors that die in battle. The former are turned into volcanoes while the latter are transformed into clouds.

– Moral or lesson: there is always someone or some powerful force that looks out for people’s wellbeing and punishes them when they do something wrong.

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