Wednesday, June 1, 2011


South America has magic and great sites left by the Incas.  They built a huge empire, according to the official point of view, in 100 years only. But the matter is: INCAS LEFT ENIGMAS ABOUT HOW THEY BUILT THOSE SITES SUCH AS SACSAHUAMAN OR CUZCO IN PERU.
How was it possible for them to build those great cities and how they manage to bring huge (several tons of weight) rocks to mountains or just to put them over other huge rocks to assemble perfectly?
CUSCO (often spelled CUZCO) is a marvelous city where you can find many vegetarian restaurants and you can see tourists from different countries of the world.  It was the main city of the Incas and it has such a magical environment that makes hard for you to leave.
Cuzco is situated at 11,150feet (3,400 m) above sea level. A person might feel dizzy or feel week because of its height. Usually they offer you coca tea in the hotels to avoid this problem. Actually, if you didn’t get that tea and you are walking when you start feeling dizzy, then get a soda with caffeine to raise your sugar level to feel better. We do not recommend drinking sodas, but sometimes it is ok when you get in a situation like that.
Cusco was the site of the historic capital of the Inca Empire and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1983 by UNESCO. It is a major tourist destination and receives almost 1.5 million visitors a year. It is designated as the Historical Capital of Peru by the Constitution of Peru.
The official language of the empire was Quechua, although hundreds of local languages and dialects of Quechua were spoken. The Inca referred to their empire as Tawantinsuyo which can be translated as The Four Regions or The Four United Provinces.
According to legend, Cuzco was founded by Manco Capac, first of the Inca rulers. Huiracocha or Viracocha, according to legend, sent Manco Capac to found a city for the Incas or Inkas. He was given a golden scepter by Viracocha. Where it sank the great city had to be built! So, Manco Capac built the city in a Puma’s shape (A sacred animal)…
What is the meaning of this myth?

Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and other countries were part of the Inca’s Empire. Now days we can find many descendants from the Incas in those countries, but the meaning of the myths are forgotten!
The wise Inca’s instructions are gone, but not lost! Ancient cultures wisdom cannot be destroyed because they are part of our blood.

Peru has that special magic, Bolivia its greatness and Ecuador its lovely lands.

Manco Capac’S  SCEPTER:
Manco Capac, as Huitzilopochly for the Aztecs, was the great founder of a marvelous city. Both brought their people to a promise land as Moses did. Manco Capac’s golden scepter is the staff of Moses, Asclepius’ scepter, the Xicoatl of Hutzilopochlty and the Kundalini of India.
All great founders had this SERPENT OF FIRE (Xicoatl or Kundalini), the staff of Hermes or Mercury with its serpents (Founded among Mayas and Aztecs too).  It is a great symbol of wisdom and power.
Power without wisdom can be very destructive and we can see it in modern time. We have a great technology, but it is moving forward to fast for us to understand it… at the end it is so easy to use it for wrong goals or false objectives. It is so easy to navigate in the ocean of madness and follow the wrong path.
The original couple (Brother and sister) of all cultures (Adam and Eve, Osiris and Isis, Maco Capac and Mama Ocllo and so on) are the symbol of fraternity and love rather than a carnal brother and sister they were spiritual family joined in the same brotherhood or fraternity. They are the base of all culture and they represent: Love, brotherhood, union, cooperation, common asset, etc. How can a great culture or empire survive without those virtues? The promise land is for those who develop those virtues and get ripped of egotism to think in other’s people needs.

Lion, puma and tiger are symbols of fire and wisdom. According to the Aztecs it was a race of people that were eaten by tigers, but actually it means they were eaten by wisdom. the Aztecs had tiger warriors and they used to dress up like tigers. That was an elite of a high level range of Aztecs.

Lake Titicaca has a puma's shape and that is what Titicaca means. So, when they say they worshiped pumas, actually they worshiped wisdom.