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  • Incan Prophecies   by  Liora Leah     15 y     3,123       9 Messages Shown       Blog: Spirit Speaks

    Incan Prophecies

    Prophecies of the Q'ero Incan Shamans

    The light of idealism gleamed in his eyes as Dr. Alberto Villoldo described how an earthquake in 1949 underneath a monastery near Cuzco, Peru, had rent the ground asunder, exposing an ancient Incan temple of gold. This fulfilled a sign that the prophecies of Mosoq, the "time to come," were now to be shared with the modern world.

    Dr. Villoldo, a psychologist and medicinal anthropologist, has lived among and trained with the Q'ero shamans and has played a key role in bringing their ritual and prophecy to the awareness of the modern world.

    The Q'ero are the last of the Incas - a tribe of 600 who sought refuge at altitudes above 14,000 feet in order to escape the conquering conquistadors.

    For 500 years the Q'ero elders have preserved a sacred prophecy of a great change, or "pachacuti," in which the world would be turned right-side-up, harmony and order would be restored, and chaos and disorder ended.

    The Q'ero had lived in their villages high in the Andes in virtual solitude from the world until their "discovery" in 1949.

    In that year, Oscar Nunez del Prado, an anthropologist, was at a festival in Paucartambo, in southern Peru, when he met two Indians speaking fluent Quecha, the language of the Incas. The first Western expedition to the Q'ero villages then occurred in 1955.

    Four years later, at the annual Feast of The Return of the Pleiades taking place in the Andes, the gathering of 70,000 pilgrims from South America were awed, and the crowd parted to let the Q'ero, unannounced and wearing the Incan emblem of the sun, make their way forward to the mountain top to make known that the time of the prophecies was at hand. They were welcomed by theassembly and were told, "We've been waiting for you for 500 years."

    Recently, Q'ero elders journeyed to North America in fulfillment of their prophecies.

    In November 1996, a small group of Q'ero, including the tribal leader and the head shaman, visited several cities in the US, including New York, where they performed a private ceremony at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

    The shamanic ritual had not been performed for 500 years. But in thevery home of those who symbolized the former conquerors of their Incan ancestors they shared their ritual and knowledge, not only with interested Westerners who were learning their ways, but also with the Dean of the great cathedral, thereby symbolically and spiritually linking the two continents of North and South America.

    According to ancient prophecy, this is the time of the great gathering called the "mastay" and reintegration of the peoples of the four directions.

    The Q'ero are releasing their teachings to the West, in preparation for the day the Eagle of the North and the Condor of the South (the Americas) fly together again.

    They believe that "munay," love and compassion, will be the guiding force of this great gathering of the peoples.

    The new caretakers of the Earth will come from the West, and those that have made the greatest impact on Mother Earth now have the moral responsibility to remake their relationship with Her, after remaking themselves," said Don Antonio Morales, a master Q'ero shaman.

    The prophecy holds that North America will supply the physical strength, or body; Europe will supply the mental aspect, or head; and the heart will be supplied by South America.

    When the Spanish conquered the Incas 500 years ago, the last pachacuti, or great change, occurred.

    The Q'ero have been waiting ever since for the next pachacuti, when order would emerge out of chaos.

    For the past five centuries they preserved their s acred knowledge, and finally, in recent years, the signs were fulfilled that the great time of change was at hand: the high mountain lagoons have dried, the condor is nearly extinct and the discovery of the Golden Temple has occurred, following the earthquake in 1949 which represented the wrath of the sun.

    The prophecies are optimistic. They refer to the end of time as we know it -- the death of a way of thinking and a way of being, the end of a way of relating to nature and to the earth.

    In the coming years, the Incas expect us to emerge into a golden age, a golden millennium of peace.

    The prophecies also speak of tumultuous changes happening in the earth, and in our psyche, redefining our relationships and spirituality.

    The next pachacuti, or great change, has already begun, and it promises the emergence of a new human after this period of turmoil.

    The chaos and upheaval characteristic of this period will last another four years, according to the Q'ero.

    The paradigm of European civilization will continue to collapse, and the way of the Earth people will return. Even more importantly, the shamanic elders speak about a tear in the fabric of time itself.

    This presents an opportunity for us to describe ourselves not as who we have been in the past but as who we are becoming.

    Pachacuti also refers to a great Incan leader who lived in the late 1300s.

    He is said to have built Machu Picchu and was the architect of an empire the size of the US.

    For the Incas, Pachacuti is a spiritual prototype -- a Master, a luminous one who stepped outside of time.

    He was a messiah, but not in the Christian sense of the only son of God, beyond the reach of humanity.

    Rather he is viewed as a symbol and promise of who we all might become.

    He embodies the essence of the prophecies of the pachacuti, as Pacha means "earth" or "time," and cuti means "to set things right." His name also means "transformer of the earth."

    The prophecies of the pachacuti are known throughout the Andes. There are those who believe the prophecies refer to the return of the leader Pachacuti to defeat those who took the Incas' land.

    But according to Dr. Villoldo, the return of Pachacuti is taking place on the collective level. "It's not the return of a single individual who embodies what we're becoming, but a process of emergence available to all peoples."

    The Q'ero have served as the caretakers of the rites and prophecies of their Inca ancestors.

    The prophecies are of no use unless one has the keys, the rites of passage.

    The Star Rites, or "Mosoq Karpay" (The Rites of the Time to Come), are crucial to the practical growth described in the prophecies.

    Following the "despachos" (ritualistic offerings of mesa, or medicine bundles) at the ceremony in New York City, the shamans administered the Mosoq Karpay to the individuals present, transmitting the energies originating with the ancestors of their lineage.

    The transmission of the Mosoq Karpay is the ceremony representing the end of one's relationship to time.

    It is a process of the heart.

    This process of Becoming is considered more important than the prophecies themselves.

    The Karpay (rites) plant the seed of knowledge, the seed of Pachacuti, in the luminous body of the recipient.

    It is up to each person to water and tend the seed so that it can grow and blossom.

    The rites are a transmission of potential; one must then make oneself available to destiny.

    The Karpays connect the person to an ancient lineage of knowledge and power that cannot be accessed by the individual. It can only be summoned by a tribe.

    Ultimately, this power can provide the impetus for one to leap into the body of an Inca, a Luminous One. That person is connected directly to the stars, the Incan Sun of cosmology.

    The Q'ero believe that the doorways between the worlds are opening again.

    Holes in time that we can step through and beyond, where we can explore our human capabilities. Regaining our luminous nature is a possibility today for all who dare to take the leap.

    The Andean shamans say, "Follow your own footsteps. Learn from the rivers, the trees and the rocks. Honor the Christ, the Buddha, your brothers and sisters. Honor the Earth Mother and the Great Spirit. Honor yourself and all of creation."

    "Look with the eyes of your soul and engage the essential," is the teaching of the Q'ero.






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    • Re: Dr. Alberto Villoldo/ Incan Prophecies   by  vibr8     13 y     1,742

      I first heard of Dr. Villoldo through CureZone a few years ago, and was lucky enough to get to attend a workshop he led earlier this month at Naropa University.

      I never would have thought that a 2-day workshop would radically change my life, but that is indeed what has happened.

      Of course, I have to keep doing the work, which is easy because I enjoy it so much and receive so much growth and progress from doing this work.

      Anyway, though this posting of yours is from a few years ago, I just wanted to thank you for writing about Dr. Villoldo! He is quite an amazing Shaman and Teacher.


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      • Re: Dr. Alberto Villoldo/ Incan Prophecies   by  Liora Leah     13 y     1,693
        Hi, vibr8! How exciting for you!!

        I first heard of Alberto Villoldo when the Enchanted Gardener gave me a videotape titled "Healing the Luminous Body"; this must've been around 6 or 7 years ago, maybe more! I was so fascinated with it, having never heard of this information before, and had never really understood anything about shamanism. I went on to buy his book "Shaman, Healer, Sage", and read his other books about his adventures/spiritual journeying in Peru in "Island of the Sun" and "Dance of the Four Winds"---fascinating!!

        I had a personal appointment with him one time, about 5-6 years ago, but I was rather disappointed, I'm afraid--he was very kind and skilled, but he was adhering to a strict 50 minute session, was seeing people back-to-back all day (this was in Santa Monica) and it was extremely expensive--$350.00 for 50 minutes!! I needed more follow-up but didn't go back because of the expense, and felt that a shamanic healer would do better not to work on such a constricted time schedule, like a regular psychologist (which I know was his original training).

        Having said that, I still believe very much in the principles he uses to work with people, and I am grateful to him for opening my eyes to the power of shamanism and to the culture of the Inca people, who, I thought, were extinct! I have gone on to work with several other shamans since.

        My concern is not so much with him or his organization but with the money-making aspect of it. How on earth can a person of modest means ever afford to receive healing at the rates they set? The organization did refer me to someone who had taken his trainings and left the organization because she, too, didn't feel comfortable with the money machinery of it. I worked with this healer for many months, and she was able to see me for $125 a session, and she used to work with me for over 2 hours each time! This was about 5 years ago.

        This is my own issue, of course. Healers have to charge a fee, as they need to make a living, too, but the fees need to be reasonable and I firmly believe that people in need who have limited funds should be able to get a reduced rate or to barter something in trade for treatment. I think about the indigenous shamans whose knowledge and skills are now being used by Westerners; they are often times poor themselves, but I doubt very much if they'd turn anyone away who was in need of healing even if that person had no money to pay, and I also doubt they limit themselves to a certain length of clock-time per session. This is not a problem limited to Dr. Villoldo and his organization by any means, but is typical of how Westerners corrupt what the indigenous healers have been sharing with us.

        Just my opinion!

        Blessings, Liora Leah
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        • Re: Dr. Alberto Villoldo/ Incan Prophecies   by  vibr8     13 y     1,691
          What you're saying makes a lot of sense to me, Liora!

          It just so happened that I registered early for this class, which was l full day and l partial evening, and with early registration the fee was somewhat affordable for me, just a little bit over $100.

          And the class was packed full of learning and practicing various techniques.

          I did think about the money aspect of many years ago a wise young man I know was always emphasizing that a real shaman/healer is not concerned about the money, and offers the healing from his/her heart.

          I feel very lucky to have had the opportunity to experience Dr. Villoldo so close to home and semi-affordable.

          I have enjoyed his books and the Healing the Luminous Body DVD too.

          Whatever happened to the idea that a human could go on a journey far away, and find a mountain somewhere, and climb it, and find an amazing sage there at the top of the mountain who would shed some light on the mysteries of this human existence?

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        • Munay-Ki   by  vibr8     13 y     1,661

          I thought you might enjoy this page; there are several free Villoldo videos
          one can view, and the one at the bottom of the page, the 27 minute one about Munay-Ki Rites, is amazing.

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        • Re: Dr. Alberto Villoldo/ Incan Prophecies   by  #173252     8 y     1,161
          Thanks for your insights Liora,

          I agree with you. Money corrupts and becomes the primary motive above the actual healing. I have recently become acquainted with Alberto Villoldo through his Healing the Luminous Body video and Shaman, Healer, Sage book. I am struggling with how to perceive and integrate all the things he mentions in his book. If you have any advice, please let me know. I live in Southern California and would like to see a shamanic practitioner. Can you provide me with the name of the person you met with or a reputable practioner? Thank you very much!

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