I was reading about how important weaving is to the Huichol people. In fact, the Huichol culture believes that weaving is a way that women can communicate with the gods. They believe that the top of the loom is the sky and the bottom is the earth. The unwoven warp threads are the sun. When woven, the sheds are the winds that carry the rain clouds to the Sierra Madres. And the weaver is making it rain when the shed is beaten into the warp. In this paticular project, the author talks about how the front is the zigzags of lightning and the back is the straight lines of rain coming down during the storm. The spindle used to make the yarn is the heart of the sun. I think that's pretty cool!