A Peruvian shaman performs a ritual to predict the outcome of the 2012 US election, at San Cristobal hill in Lima. Using maracas, coca leaves and a hallucinogenic brew, shamen using pre-Columbian traditional ceremonies picked a winner in the US presidential race. 'The apus (gods of the hills in indigenous mythology) tell us (Barack) Obama will be reelected,' predicted Juan Osco, known as the Shaman of the Andes...
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