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This perspective shows that in the Andean pluriverse sacred supernatural entities are political entities with agency and interests, their role is not fixed according to manicheist interpretations, rather deities and beings have the ability not only of trespassing worlds but also to be both, good or bad and evil.
Manicheist typology engendered, in its turn, the transformation of the stage space into an "agonic battleground for 'angels' and 'demons'".
(92) Apparently, this almost Manicheist opposition between good and evil was a universal motif of the discourse chroniclers deployed when they categorized rebels.