The Incas, who date back only several hundred years, conquered a territory that encompassed the Andes mountains, stretching through Peru, Bolivia, Argentina all the way up to Chile, incorporating in their Empire many different cultures, including the Moche, Chimus, Amaru, Quechua and Huari to name but a few. The seat of the Empire was held in Cuzco (the naval) in Peru, a location chosen by Manco Capac, the original Inca, and his female counterpart Mama Oclla.
These cultures were not destroyed as they were incorporated, rather the best from each was upheld and honoured and made up a active part of the daily running of the Empire, for example if a culture was advanced in weaving, they would become the master weavers and would teach their skill throughout the empire. The same was true of the spiritual beliefs of the various cultures and so the spiritual traditions of the Andes was preserved, hence the Ancient Andean Tradition dates back almost 14 000 years.
Credo Mutwa's final writing: the original manuscript
April 2008, Kuruman, South Africa.
Credo Vusamazulu Mutwa (High Sanusi, Africa) and Kamag Wagaeg (Kurag Akullag, South America), stood together, united in their hope and love of humanity and the earth. During this event, Vusamazulu gave to the Andean Tradition a comic book which he designed and wrote, saying, "This is my last message to the world!".
He then requested that this book be shared with humanity globally.
09 February 2019
A lonely person is one who is not aware of the complete fullness within. When you become dependent on something outside without having awareness of the reali...ty within you, then you will indeed be lonely. The whole search for enlightenment is to seek within, to become aware that you are complete in yourself. You are perfect. You don’t need any externals. No matter what happens in any situation, you need not be lonely.