Artist Cristóbal Jodorowsky, son of filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky and French actress Valerie Tremblay, died in Mexico City on September 15 at the age of 57, the Jodorowsky Trumblay family announced.
Through an impromptu Instagram story, the Jodorowsky Trumblay family announced the death of the midfielder, who will also be at the Casa Prim in Mexico City from today until next Friday, September 16 at 5:00 p.m.
“The Jodorowsky Trumblay family is saddened to announce the death of our beloved Cristóbal Jodorowsky, who from today (September 15) until tomorrow, September 16 at 5:00 p.m., will be present at a tribute that will take place in the Hall 05 of Casa Prim, which is our challenge”, which can be read in a publication shared at 11:00 this Thursday.
Two hours after the news was known, the filmmaker and playwright announced through the official account of Alejandro Jodorowsky on Twitter that the incident was painful for him, so he will be absent from social networks today, the next 16 September will be quiet.
He also announced that he will write again on Saturday, September 17, just as he does every day on the internet. At the end of his message, she thanked his readers and signed the text published around 1:30 p.m.
The actor was born in Mexico City on July 24, 1965, when his French-Chilean father settled in the country’s capital under the name of Axel Jodorowsky; however, in his adulthood, the artist decided to change his name while he practiced psychological magic, and began to be called Cristóbal.
According to this, the name is a strong symbolic identifier of the personality, since it contains “a very powerful influence on the mind”, a condition that can be seen as a virtue, but that also has the effect of preventing people from act. from the prison of existence and growth.
In addition to the above, the artist was the only one of Zodorowsky’s children who continued his studies in psychic magic, tarot cards and occultism, so much so that he dedicated himself to the realization of the drama through “collective psychic magic”, characterized by as a contemporary ritual that one can perform and change without pain.