La Llorona is the name of an Indian curse from Mexico. In Spanish, it is often referred to as La Hijo del Narco, or the Wild Woman of Narco. In Hispanic American myth, La Llorona was a mysterious figure who roamed Latin American regions as a spirit or ghost, mourning the deaths of her children. Multiple versions exist, as is the case with most oral traditions.
As is the case with many traditional beliefs, myths differ on details. Some say that she is female, while others say that she is male. Many describe her as being ugly, as well. She could be described as being very pale and having long black hair.
While La Llorona has been portrayed as a kind spirit, some say that she was a personified demon. She has also been described as wearing black clothes and with long horns. Some stories say that she was a woman with long hair and large breasts. She can be described as having a snake-like tail, and has the head of a goat.
According to many people, the exact location where La Llorona wanders can only be seen by a prophet. Other Native Americans believe that she roams among the dead and is known by certain names. She can be known by other names such as Pancho or Chico. However, there is no specific story to explain where she wanders.
Many Native Americans believe that La Llorona possesses the souls of her children. Each child dies, and she is not allowed to see them because of her curse. She is also considered to be a guardian for the dead, keeping them from going to the spirits of evil. Her presence is often felt when the spirits of the dead visit their relatives' graves.
There is an old legend from the Los Angeles area in which La Llorona was a witch that performed black magic. However, the legend is unclear as to whether she actually did anything like that. She could be called a Black Magic Woman, though. The story goes that in ancient times she used to burn witches alive. However, there is no evidence to support this claim.
Some believe that La Llorona was a Native American princess who fled to Mexico and lived there. Others say that she was a Native American warrior princess who fought during the war of independence. Still others say that she lived near the Chihuahua Indians and served them as a servant. It is said that she taught the Chihuahua how to fight.
If she were a Native American princess, then it is unlikely that she would be the "good" fairy we know today. When the Spaniards came into contact with the Spanish people, La Llorona became a Christian and they banished her from the community. Some Native Americans say that her spirit will never leave and will always be present in the lives of the Native Americans. because she will never be able to escape her original state of being.
One story says that she has the face of Jesus Christ on her forehead. Another says that she has the face of the Virgin Mary, but other stories claim that she may be simply a white face.