The tools we need to re-establish a healthy global society, one that honors the living energy of nature and breathes tolerance and wellness, are already available in the wisdom of the Q'ero people of Peru.
San Jose State University and The Wiraqocha Foundation for the Preservation of Indigenous Wisdom will host a special event next month, welcoming Don Humberto and Doña Bernadina, the highest-ranking elders of the Inca lineage. From November 19-24, Don Humberto and Doña Bernadina will be visiting the Bay Area to offer blessings, introduce various ancient healing methods, and to discuss aspects of Incan prophecies that relate to our time. The event offers participants the chance to learn about Incan energy centers (eyes), feminine healing (nustas), and the mystic sacred couple (yanantin).
The Wiraqocha Foundation seeks to preserve the teachings of these elders, and of the holy men and women of the Andes, who say that, "The current time period, 1993-2012, is a ‘critical period’ in the evolution of human consciousness.” According to Incan prophecy, our time, the Taripay Pacha, is the "Age of Meeting Ourselves Again. It is an epoch in which we humans must reconcile our relationship with Pachamama, Mother Earth; and learn to truly share with our brothers and sisters."Tweet