Introduction: a reminder of tubular Peyote structure
As with the last section, you are going to start with a little quiz to just see how much you already know about tubular Peyote charts.
Don't worry if you get a lot of answers wrong - this just means you're in the right place and by the end of this section, you should have a much better understanding.
If you're a star student who gets everything right, then you'll have a head start for the next lesson!
So, please download the image below (you don't need to print it out - just make sure you can see it) and then answer the quiz questions, using that image.
Am I sounding like a broken record yet...? Whatever went wrong with that quiz, it's all good! You've just established what you know and what you don't.
So, now I'm going to guide you through from the basics. So, you'll learn to understand tubular Peyote structure and see how that translates onto your chart. Then I'll show you how to create a word chart that you can follow with ease.
Just as in the last section, I'll be taking this in baby steps, guiding you all the way. And you don't have to learn all this right now. Remember, you get lifetime access to this course, so you can come back to this any time you need it for a project.
Right, on we go...