Lake Titicaca. Inca

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    Life in the Incan empire was measured by a thousand year cosmic cycle called an Inti, which means 'Sun'. This thousand year cycle was then divided into halves, each of which was referred to as a Pachakuti.

    The cosmovision of the Andean world is the conception of duality that is in permanent opposition, but complementary, like the principle of ying/yang that expresses this opposition between day/night, light/dark, man/woman, earth/sky, up/down. This same principle of duality applies to each Pachakuti. However, Pachakuti also is used to refer to the transitional time that divided each Pachakuti and this is characterized as a time of great changes.

    During the five hundred years of the eighth Pachakuti, Pachacuteq, the greatest spiritual leader of the Incas and the builder of Machu Picchu ruled. This was a time of light when the Inca Empire flourished and there was expansion and good fortune.

    The ninth Pachakuti, on the opposite side of the duality, brought with it the five hundred years of darkness when the Spanish invaders conquered the Inca and the Andes people lost their power. We are now entering the tenth Pachakuti, which the Andes people refer to as the returning of Pachacuteq, the returning of the Light. This is the time when the etheric crystal cities of the fourth dimension such as the lost golden city of Paititi and the eternal etheric city under lake Titicaca will again be available to us.

    There is a legend that says at the time Lemuria was sinking, one of the seven Great Masters of Lemuria, Lord Aramu Muru, was given the mission to bring the sacred Golden Solar Disc from the Temple of Illumination to Lake Titicaca for safe keeping. During the time of the Incas, the Solar Disc was transferred to Cusco, and placed in the Qorikancha, the main Temple of the Sun, where it stayed until the coming of the Spanish. At that time, it was returned to Lake Titicaca and placed in the Eternal Etheric City inside the Lake. In the legend of their origin, this is the place from where the first Incas, M'anko Qapak and Mama Oqllo, entered the Earth.

    M'anko Qapak and Mama Oqllo

    The Solar Disc was used in the capacity of a cosmic computer that received light information directly from the Universal Mind Source, Wiracocha, at the center of the galaxy. By entering the Temple of Illumination and opening themselves, the Lemurians and later the Incas could access the sacred wisdom. It is during this time, the Age of Pachakuti, that the sacred Solar Disc is to be re-activated accessing the cosmic wisdom. Many of the world's spiritual leaders, as well as indigenous teachers, acknowledge that the energy of the planet shifted in 1987 from the masculine energies of Tibet to the feminine energies of Peru, and more particular, Lake Titicaca, Machu Picchu, and The Sacred Valley of the Incas. This area is the acknowledged portal through which the new feminine energies are entering Mother Earth 'Pacha Mama".

    The Uros of today, still live as the original inhabitants did as they continue to use the totora reeds to build their huts and rafts. The Uros are singular people and even though they keep to themselves very quietly, they do allow people to visit with them.

    The Urubamba Valley, also known as the Sacred Valley of the Incas, is one of the most fertile valleys on this planet. Everything that is planted here grows with such abnormal vigor - especially corn and potatoes. The corn here grows approximately three times the size of the corn grown in the U.S. and other parts of the world.





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    Mark, 10/02:
    I recently visited Peru for the first time and was fascinated by the various 'huacas' and the excavations still going on around Lima. It was fascinating and my interest in ancient Peruvian cultures was kindled. Your site was a very good source for me. Thank you very much!

    Arth, 26/03:
    An amazing compilation, I've personally found the Incan culture of extreme fascination, and have been attempting to find all the imformation about them that I can. Excellent site, 10/10.

    joe cornett, 17/07:
    Greetings, I wanted to take this time to say thanks for making this information concerning ancient civilizations, particularly the South American Cultures. I have found your websites content very thought provoking to say the least, what i consider very strange is the idea that the Toltecs did not use the wheel or other forms of locamotion to move the huge blocks of stone when building their megaliths. How could this be? Unless there existed at that time a better means for moving large heavy objects. Another aspect of the Stones i have noticed is that they are not formed or worked in most cases uniformly, they are instead inregularly shaped but stacked one on top of the other with such preciseness that is astonishing. thanks again for the information sincerly JL Cornett
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