INKARRI AND ITS SYMBOLISM
Inkarri is a Quechua word that means morning sun, a symbol of spiritual awakening at the dawn of a new era. The word Inkarri also alludes to an Incan myth, where the son of the Sun, an enlightened being, will come in the future to assist humanity and restore harmony on the planet. This correlates with other mythologies and prophesies within many cultures, such as the Tibetan culture, which makes reference to the Buddha Maitreya as the Buddha of the future.
The Q’eros are the last living descendants of the Incan ancestry, and carry the spiritual traditions and healing knowledge of their extraordinary legacy. Five hundred years ago, when the Spanish conquistadors came, the Q’eros went into hiding in a remote area high up in the Andean mountains. Here they remained mostly unknown to the world until 1949. Their living conditions, some at 15,000 feet, are primitive and extremely challenging.
The Great Q´ero Nation is formed by five communities and was discovered in 1955. They lived almost completely absent from any contact with civilization. They are the last living descendants of the Incan ancestry and carry the spiritual traditions and healing knowledge of their extraordinary legacy. Their living conditions, some at 15,000 feet, are primitive and extremely challenging.
As part of our mission to preserve ancient cultural wisdom and sacred traditions, Inkarri Project supports the development of the Q’ero community in Peru and the conservation of their culture. They are the last living descendants of the Incan ancestry, and carry the spiritual traditions and healing knowledge of their extraordinary legacy.Their living conditions, some at 15,000 feet, are primitive and extremely challenging.
To support the Q’eros in conserving their dwindling culture, Pneuma Institute has an enduring commitment to continuous aid, specially for the children of this ancient lineage. Through our Q’ero Child Education Sponsorship program we provide for the educational needs of the children by subsidizing their continuing education.
HOW TO HELP
With a tax-deductible donation of $135, you can cover the educational expenses of a Q’ero child for an entire year which is less than $12 a month.
Give the most meaningful gift of all, an investment of the heart. These children have next to nothing in terms of material wealth, but are so rich in sweetness, purity, and spirit.
When you become a child’s sponsor, you commit to his or her well-being and growth, and to the protection of an ancient and sacred culture. These children are the future wisdom keepers of a primordial flame.
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“Thank you my brothers and sisters, we will continue walking together as one single family from the heart.”
~ Doña María Apaza