Kollon Caguachfoto Nazarene Christ. offers health coverage to families across the United States specializes in affordable plans that facilitate access to quality healthcare services Jaime Ibacache Burgos Jaime Ibacache burgosabril 2008 was the year 1778 was 10 May. Brother Hilario Martinez, Spanish army captain and missionary Quinchao Archipelago, wrote in a document: “… and this will be the permanent seat of the image until the end of time.” Hitherto the natives of the place had its own conception of the world and its presiding Deity. With the arrival of the Spaniards and the Indians captured their evangelization otherness and created knowledge and some call hybrid beings and enabled them to continue to exist until this day. I browse the Inland Sea islands of the archipelago of Isla Caguach Quinchao came to an autumn afternoon. This island every 30 August, transformed into a ceremonial complex “healer” where the elements of indigenous culture have completely permeated the Catholic ritual. I go to church as I have on several occasions during the celebration of Jesus of Nazareth. This time I walk down the aisle alone. Everything smells of wood. I feel observed … I look around and there I see, on the left side of the altar. The image of Jesus-Kollon in wood as caretaker of the place, as well as how Kollon is used by the Mapuche communities in their rituals palin, machitun or nguillatun. No doubt the strength of Mapuche cultural matrix present in these spaces. Evacuate the rhythm of thought. I along with a group of men and women healers of the island, with whom we talked about the need to strengthen the culture as a protective factor collective welfare. Alli reappear ancient knowledge transmitted from hearth to hearth, from hand to hand, mate mate. A middle-aged woman tells of treatment for osteoarthritis based on fumes and “scraping Camahueto cache, this gigantic and vigorous animal type sea elephant” and that being laceado twine made from kelp (a seaweed) they cut the frontal horn which is used in scaling and bone ailments. She also knows to treat postpartum. (See video at: http://video.google.es/videoplay ‘docid 1404066922075892354) Two women tell us the type of draft and existing therapies. We live in a world protected by an ancient culture expressed through hybridity, syncretism and collectivism undoubtedly overwhelmed. “These things doctors do not know” they say. They are for other diseases. “We would like to know also of those diseases and treatments,” … so begins the collective construction of autonomy in health and social control Caguach Island.