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Bealtaine – A Celebration Of Our Heritage and Understanding The Sacred Symbolism Used By Our Ancestors

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Bealtaine – A Celebration Of Our Heritage and Understanding The Sacred Symbolism Used By Our Ancestors

Bealtaine marks the beginning of summer, the welcoming of the sun and also the reawakening of Eiriú, of mother earth. The combination of the celebration of the sun, the fire and the earth simultaneously tells us a lot about the understanding our ancestors, and the ancient druids held in respect to the seasons, abundance and fertility of the land.

Bealtaine marks the point between Imbolc and the Summer Solstice on the Celtic and Ancient Irish calendar. It is one of the most significant traditional celebrations of our ancestors, treated with a similar height of reverence as is given to Samhain. Astronomically, it falls on 5th May this year, with May Eve on 4th. 

Bealtaine is a fascinating traditional festival for many reasons. Like Samhain, the veils between the worlds are said to be thinner than usual, allowing for the Fae Folk to easily mix among humans, and pass freely between the worlds. For this reason, rituals to ensure protection of the home and land were traditionally done between the eve of Bealtaine and the day itself. Examples of rituals include:

  • Leaving an offering of food or milk at the entrance to the home for the Fae
  • Branches of Rowan (for livestock) or Hawthorn (for homes) were left at the doorways for protection and luck
  • Yellow flowers, particularly primroses, would be placed on the doorstep and entrances to home to ward off evil spirits 

May Eve is given over completely to the fairies. It is said that humans should remain indoors, particularly after dark, as to encounter the Fae on this day would make it difficult, if not impossible, to return to the human world. At night they are said to play music so sweet, that it would lure humans into the fairy realms with it’s hypnotic sounds. 

All fires would be extinguished on the night of Bealtaine Eve and would only be lit again once the sacred Bealtaine fire at Uisneach had been lit. On May Day itself, it is said to be bad luck for fire, water or milk to leave the house, as it is said to reduce the homes abundance and profits for the year ahead. 

Symbolism within the Irish Spiritual Tradition of Bealtaine:

Bealtaine marks the beginning of summer, the welcoming of the sun and also the reawakening of Eiriú, of mother earth. The combination of the celebration of the sun, the fire and the earth simultaneously tells us a lot about the understanding our ancestors and the ancient druids had in respect to the seasons, abundance and fertility of the land. 

The fire, is symbolic of the sun, and a homage to the ancient Sun God. In the Irish mythology of the Tuath de Danann, Lugh is generally represented as the Sun God, and Dian Cecht as the God of Healing, however there is Celtic reference to a God, Belenus, who is said to be both. 

Personally, my own opinion would be that, in the case of Bealtaine, the fire was used as a symbol for the Divine Masculine, which is generally symbolised by the Sun. It represented the fertilisation of the earth, the integration of light and warmth, and signified the prosperous months ahead for the land. The land represented the economy of most of the people throughout ancient times. The ancient druids ordered that the land fall into darkness on the eve of Bealtaine, thus by lighting the fire, they were inviting in and integrating the divine masculine back into the land. In ancient traditions, one must not be controlled by the authority of the sun or the fire, the Divine Masculine, but rather, one must learn to manage this energy, integrating authority and direction when required for the higher good. By ordering the extinguishing of all fires across the land, the ancient druids were doing just that.

Bealtaine also celebrates the reawakening of Eiriú, who rests under the Ail na Mireann, located at Uisneach. It is a time of fruition, a time when we begin to see the crops rise above ground, trees bear fruit and the land is filled with life, bringing a sense of abundance and security that communities will be well provided for in the colder months to come. 

The lighting of the fires at Uisneach, are to mark the moment of reawakening of Eiriú. Two fires are lit, representing the two eyes of the Mother Earth opening, and also marks the coming together, in sacred union, of the Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine. Traditionally livestock would be passed through the two fires for luck and protection, and great celebrations followed the lighting of the fires. The fire then continued to spread outwards, extending out to all of the communities and kingdoms of Ireland, until the land was filled with light, warmth, joy and great celebration. 

Bealtaine also marks the strengthening of power of the Oak King, the representation of the light half of the year, as he prepares to step into his full power on the Summer Solstice. There is a constant battle between the Holly King, who represents the darker half of the year, and the Oak King, throughout the year, symbolic of the transitions of the seasons throughout the calendar year. It pays homage to the importance and sacredness of the trees in ancient times, and is reminiscent of the druid practices that were once held in high regard by the Nobel classes of Ireland. 

These trees do hold sacred medicine for those who continue to use them medicinally or energetically. The holly is said to offer protect and aid to ward off evil spirits, and the oak is said to encourage strength, sovereignty and justice. Understandable why these two trees were elected to represent their corresponding times of year.  

What relevance can Bealtaine hold for us in our everyday lives?

There has been a rise in enthusiasm to revive the tradition of Bealtaine itself in Ireland. People are beginning to regain a sense of who the Irish are and a sense of pride in our own cultural heritage. Therefore, in some ways, as opposed to being a modernised tradition, it is one of the few that has been preserved in large part in it’s ancient form. Huge crowds gather each year at Uisneach, where the Bealtaine fires are lit and traditional celebrations and processions are honoured. 

However, as with all of the festivals and traditions, Bealtaine holds characteristics and qualities which reflect the inner processes of humans and the relationship they have with the changing season and preparation for the summer cycle. 

The reawakening of Eiriú, the representation of the Divine Feminine, encourages us to connect with the nurturing aspects of ourselves. We are prompted to identify our desires and goals for the coming year, and give birth to these ideas, nurturing them and taking an active part in their growth. We are encouraged to take a moment to assess our own strengths and attributes, and integrate a greater sense of self-value, as confidence and self-belief go hand in hand with success and growth. 

The coming together of the Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine energies during Bealtaine symbolises direction and authority within the nurturing and growth period. It encourages us to use the energy of this six week cycle, to give our projects and goals direction, and to take a leadership roles in our own success story. 

On a community and environmental level, the nice weather and the lush green fields, offer ample opportunities to venture out into nature and reconnect with ourselves on a more natural and biological level. As Bealtaine celebrates the wonder and beauty of the earth, and how it provides for us, we are reminded to take time out of our busy schedules to honour the earth in our own way – whether it be simply sitting in gratitude under the warm sun or tending to young trees and flowers.

As you can see, Bealtaine is a complex celebration, complete with many layers of symbolism and spiritual understanding. It allows us some insight into the great importance this time of year had for our ancestors and the importance they placed on honouring the earth. After all, their survival during the following winter depended on the fruit of their labours and the fertility of land during this time, both in terms of food provisions and natural medicine. 

The next great celebration after Bealtaine is the Summer Solstice, when light is at it’s full power, followed by the harvest celebration of Lughnasadh, when the community can finally be assured of their bounty for the winter months ahead. 

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A Letter To Mother Earth At A Time Of Great Change

A Letter To Mother Earth At A Time Of Great Change

Dear Mother Earth,

We have had our differences throughout the years without a doubt. As you cried for balance, we strove for advancement and success. As you pleaded for gentleness and compassion, we turned a blind eye and created more conveniences and waste.

But something is changing. Humanity is awakening once more, and is deciding to make changes. Mother Earth, we are beginning to once again listen. The stories and teachings of our ancestors, that spoke of perfect harmony between the human world and the natural world are being retold. The ceremonies, the offerings of thanks, for the natural produce by which we live, and for the kindness and compassion of our fellow brothers and sisters, are being once again performed.

The change is hard. There is great loss, great pain. There is resistance to change. There is a dark cloud which tries its best to remain hanging over us. But, this will pass. The pain, the suffering and the darkness will pass. So sure are we of this passing, that we are already preparing for the new age. We are already welcoming it into our hearts, and into our community.

The stars, the light beings which represent our ancestors, our guides and our gods, are hanging lower in the sky, many ascending onto the earth to guide and assist in bringing about this change. As we walk the land, we walk alongside them. When we listen, we can hear their guidance in the whisper of the winds. When we make our choices, we can hear their guidance deep within our hearts.

Mother Earth, we are sorry for the neglect we have shown you, for the irresponsibility by which we have lived, by the lack of action we have taken in the past to prevent further damage. As humans, imperfect beings with forgetful minds, we understand that we are here to learn and grow.

We understand that we are here to make mistakes in order to correct ourselves. So as we strive to create a better relationship with you, we will also strive to build a better relationship with ourselves. A relationship built on forgiveness, compassion and understanding.

An understanding of our human limitations, but also an awareness that, deep inside us, is a fountain of knowledge, knowledge collected through the aeons since time began.

I have been shown that when we are still enough to sit patiently at it’s waters, not only we will reconnect with this knowledge, but we will see the reflection of our godlike selves when we gaze upon the waters. At that moment, we will have all the information and awareness to bring this world into a better state of being, one in harmony with you, Mother Earth, and in harmony with all living beings.

Please be patient, we are almost there.

The Dawning Of A New Era

The Dawning Of A New Era

Whispers travelled through the winds, from distant lands, forewarning a great upheaval and coming of a malevolent spirit. A spirit which would spread its energy invisibly among the unaware, bring those infected into a state of illness, and those who can do nothing but look onwards, helplessly, into a state of fear...

A spirit, which rose from a bed of unconscious human actions, and grew with a sense of irresponsibility, among those who preferred comfort to survival. A spirit whose energy could not spread alone, which depended on the low vibrational transference from one being to another. A spirit, which, although brings death, destruction and demise on the surface, has not come to bring suffering, but to bring an end to the old way, and initiate us into the new.


For this spirit, cannot be destroyed with hate, only with love. Love for one another. This war we are fighting cannot be won by dividing and conquering, but by uniting and rising together as one global community. This pandemic cannot be eradicated by industry, force or selfish greed, but by protecting life itself, community and the essence of our very existence on earth.

We are witnessing a time when humanity is waking up to the realization that we are to be led, not by materialism, economy or greed, but by healing, compassion and community. We are not led by politicians, bankers and stockholders, but by healers, doctors, nurses and those who dedicate their lives to protecting the sacredness of life.

We are waking up to the stark reality that everything non-essential must be put on hold. For most people, this brings the harsh realization that their lives have been spent focusing on all that is “non-essential”, leaving little space for what’s important.


If we were all truly living, truly alive and living authentically in harmony with what being human really is, this pandemic would not be bringing about a great change of focus. But instead, it has brought the world to it’s knees. It has brought despair for those who face a year without upgrading their car, a cruise holiday, or an extension on their home.

But it has brought hope to those who dream of a better place for future generations to live. It brings an encouraging nudge towards community, family and living a more simple and self-sufficient life. It brings hope to those who have strove to preserve the beauty of nature and natural wonders of the world, that now people are awakening to the realization that our earth is our true, one provider, and must be protected, as such, at all costs.


We are experiencing a crucial moment in the history of humanity. A repeat of the mythological war between Atlantis and Lemuria, a strive to find balance in a world of rapid technological and engineering advancements. A fight between modern conveniences and survival of human life as we know it. We know from the fall of Atlantis, that ultimately, natural forces are stronger than technological advancement. We know that greedy civilizations may fall, but the earth will recover and grow stronger. We know that we are not greater than life itself.


With all this information, knowledge and awareness which exists within us on varying levels of consciousness, let us take this time to contemplate our future. Not as individuals, but as collective beings, striving towards a better world to live in.

A world for those of us who will live to see the break of dawn, after this moment of darkness has passed, in homage to those we have lost in the process. And for those who will sit around the fire, in years to come, telling tales of their ancestors, and how they faced their own mortality on a global level, and how they used this moment to preserve human communal existence and rebuild a better world, for future generations to come.

Sacred Connections with Power Animals: The Serpent

Throughout the realms of modern medicine, ancient philosophy and traditions and mythology, the serpent has held a significant presence and role. 

In today’s world, as we wander down shop streets, we see the symbol of the entwined serpent, which originates with the Greek mythological “Rod of Asclepius”, Asclepius being the God associated with healing and medicine. In his honour snakes would be used in healing rituals and be allowed to roam free among the ill in their sick beds. 

The serpent has been long associated with healing and renewal. As the serpent sheds it’s skin, it sheds what no longer serves it. It heals and releases what it needs to in order to maintain vitality and health. 

It has been considered a sacred and powerful animal for thousands of years in the shamanic traditions. It is often called upon to hold sacred space in the south direction, the direction associated with the earth in some traditions. 

As with all of the teachings that have been handed down to us from our ancestors, we must connect with them and interpret them in a way which is applicable to our everyday modern lives. What can we take from the essence of the serpents teachings which we can apply to our daily routines. 

  1. Shedding the Past:

Many of us wrap our past and pain around us like warm blankets on a cold winter’s day. Although we yearn for the freedom that comes with walking freely without carrying that extra weight, we fear the emptiness that comes with allowing that cover of past remnants to fall to the floor. By connecting to the energy and teachings of the serpent, we can slowly work on “shedding our skin” I.e. letting go of the heaviness that surrounds our past and letting go of what doesn’t serve us in this present moment. The serpent has been a symbol of renewal, and eternal life, due to it’s ability to shed it’s skin and emerge as one again. It teaches us that there is life after letting go of the past, and by doing so we are gifting ourselves with a fresh lease of life. 

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2. Flexibility

The serpent is far from rigid. It twists and turns, coils around its nest and trees. We can learn a lot by simply observing the behaviour of the serpent. When we have goals or projects that we would like to achieve, we can learn to be flexible, keeping focused on reaching the final goal, rather than being rigid and restricting ourselves to a single path to getting there. 

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3. Caution and Awareness

The serpent moves slowly, cautiously, being acutely aware of its surroundings. Connecting with the serpent energy teaches us to be aware of our current surroundings. We are reminded to take things easy and approach our current situation with caution. We are taught to take a moment to reflect on the accuracy of the situation, the truth of what is really going on, to reassess our direction and path. 

The serpent is often associated with the root chakra, our connection to the earth and our connection to our sensual self. It is also associated with fertility. In the path of personal healing, we can connect to the essence of the serpent as an archetype, to heal our root chakra and begin our awakening and our reconnection to self. When we heal, we heal from the root upwards, and often carry heavier energy and blocks, sometimes lingering from our childhood in the lower chakras. Try meditating and connecting energetically with the serpent to begin to heal the root causes of disharmony in your life. 

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Legends of the Incan Civilisation: The Rise from Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca, the largest lake in South America, and the highest navigable lake in the world, lies between modern Peru and Bolivia. It is a sacred place, steeped in history, tradition and legend, and is considered one of the highest vibrational spaces of the Andes. 

Today, many travel from far and wide to visit the Island of the Sun, the home of Inti, the Island of the Moon, the incredible floating islands of Uros, Amantani, and Taquile. 

Legend speaks of the God Viraccocha, who rose from Lake Titicaca and created Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, the first Incas. He gave them a golden staff, which would go on to be used to mark the Cusco and the cen tre of the Incan Empire. 

Lake Titicaca is also said to hold a mysterious lost city deep below the surface of the water. There are some theories that this may be an Atlantian city, some say is a temple site, and others are undecided. 

What is clear, is that this energy radiating from this lake is remarkable. I was fortunate to journey to connect to Lake Titicaca in 2018, and it was an incredible experience that sent me whirling into a deep personal healing process. 

Lake Titicaca seems to draw one in, with its magnetic energy fields and deep emotional presence. As we sailed across to the beautiful island of Amantani, I felt as though I was being drawn back into the womb. I was overcome with divine feminine energy and I felt truly connected and one with the earth in that moment. 

Lake Titicaca is the birth place of the Incan civilisation, a civilisation which maintained a strong and harmonious connection with nature and earth. When you choose to connect with that space, you are committing yourself to a reconnection and rebirth in harmony with both the divine masculine and divine feminine energies. 

On the island of Amantani, there is a beautiful walk up to the temples of the Pachamama and Pachatata, the divine masculine and feminine energies of the earth. As you connect with those energies, it is as if you are making that decision once again to be born, reliving the development process you experienced in the womb. You are in the symbolic womb of the world, and you are being born to the divine masculine pachatata and divine feminine pachamama. 

img_0842Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo rose from Lake Titicaca and connected with the dry and fertile earth of the Andean mountains. They walked and walked until they reached the mountain of Wanakawri. From there Manco Capac threw the golden staff and it landed on beautiful, fertile land, which became known as Qosqo (Cusco), the Tahuantinsuyo, the ancient capital city of the Incan Empire. 

When you arrive on dry land after your journey to Lake Titicaca, and land upon the fertile Andean earth, you become your own creator of your own inner empire. You take with you that deep connection with the divine energies, that sacred guidance and direction from Viraccocha with the golden staff. You begin to make your own journey, each day taking a step forward until you reach your centre, your fertile ground, where you become in harmony with all that is. Within that deep heart connection with yourself and the earth, you grow, you thrive, you expand your own infinite divine energy. 

If you feel drawn to the experience of Lake Titicaca, I am co-ordinating a sacred journey with KawsayPacha Experience, Peru to experience and connect with the ancient Incan and Q’ero traditions and teachings under the guidance of Nicolas Pauccar Calcina from September 21st to October 5th 2019. This journey will take in the sacred and archeological sites of Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu and the region of Puno and Lake Titicaca.

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E-mail: info@yewelementals.com

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Integrating Imbolc into a Modern World

Imbolc, was celebrated in ancient Ireland since pre-celtic times. It marked the cross-quarter day between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. Today, many combine Imbolc with St. Brigid’s Day on the February 1st, but astronomically, it can lie within the first week of February. 

Imbolc, means to be “in the belly”. Its a time that refers to the approach of spring and a return of life to the land. The plants begin to grow again, it’s lambing season, vitality has returned. It is also associated with the Goddess Brigid, who gifted the world with fertile land whenever she lay down her cloak and was a represented fire. The idea of the divine feminine, encompassing fertility, rebirth, warmth and growth is at the forefront of this time of year.

In today’s world, particularly for those living in large cities and towns, there is a certain disconnect from nature’s natural cycles and we tend to slide from one season into another without paying particular attention to the process. 

By rediscovering that connection to the natural yearly cycle, and by paying attention to the way that nature deals with the changing temperatures, seasons and environments, we can learn to be more in sync with these changes and apply natures tools to our own self healing and self management. 

Winter is a time for self reflection; it’s a time for looking inwards and decluttering our lives as we release old energy, and let go of what no longer serves us. As the plants and many of the animals return underground, into the belly of the earth, we too symbolically return to the womb. 

As the new year approaches, we plant seeds of intention for the coming year. While we are still focusing our energy inwards, we find the energy centre within our selves – and like the seeds settle to germinate within the earths underground nest, we too plant our intentions to germinate within our energetic centre. 

Now the time of Imbolc is here. The seeds are well and truly planted, and they are growing and expanding upwards. As the vital force of the plants awaken once more, shoots are created which begin to travel towards the top layer of the earth, preparing to break through into the light and warmth of spring. So too must we awaken our own vital force from deep within us, focus on our goals and intentions for this year and channel energy and support into those seeds, so that they too will gather strength, grow upwards and break into the light and warmth of success. 

We are reminded that winter is coming to a close, and it is time to prepare for a time of vitality and growth. Take some time out over the coming days and reflect on the intentions that you set for this year. If you haven’t already made some, think about some new goals or projects that you would like to begin and develop. Reflect on aspects of yourself and lifestyle that you would like to improve. Would you like to work towards a healthier diet? Or perhaps offer more time to spirituality and self-love? 

Or simply, just sit and connect into the energy of this special time of year. Give gratitude for having endured the winter and for having the privilege to experience the changing of the seasons, the welcoming of spring and a time of rebirth and growth.

Acknowledge. Embrace. Be. 

Connecting with the Q’eros

Sacred Connections to the Land and Traditions of the Indigenous People

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There is something pure and clean about the Andean medicine. It is simple and so deeply connected and in synchronicity with the elements and nature. The tradition medicine has been maintained and preserved throughout the centuries by the Q’ero community, descendants from the last of the Incas, who fled to high altitudes in the Andes to escape the Spanish Conquistadors. There they live, at an altitude of over 14,000ft in simplicity, with no modern conveniences. 

In the 1970’s, the community was discovered by an anthropologist who recognised them by their unique textiles. From there began the exploration into the wisdom and ancient teachings that the Q’eros had protected and guarded over the years. 

The native language of the Q’eros is Quechuan, which outdates the Incan Empire itself. The Incan Empire is well remembered for its fine architecture, which in some archeological sites appears to be downright impossible given the tools they would have had at the time. Another characteristic of the Incas were their dedication to agriculture and the daily homage they paid to the Pachamama, Inti and the Apus, what we often refer to as Gaia and the Sun. The best land was used for agriculture, which was their measurement of wealth. The land deemed less worthy of cultivation, was then used to build their homes upon, which, even for the royals, were small and humble.

Offerings and Values

The Q’ero tradition focus’ strongly on the exchange of energy and gratitude. Before entering a sacred site, permission is asked and a small offering is made. Despachos are intricate ceremonies which are used as a greater gift to the Pachamama and the Apus in return for health, success of a project or for a bountiful return come harvest time. Each time one sits down to eat or to drink, a small offering is given to Pachamama and Inti as gratitude and as an act of service.

As wealth and class is measured by agricultural success, those who have a greater understanding of the land, the animals and the elements, produce the greatest return and are held in high esteem.

The mountains are deemed to be sacred and the link between those on earth and the ancestors. This is why they are known as the Apus. Many are given their own name and God-like representation, with their most sacred mountain being known as Apu Ausangate. Those who study in the P’aqo, or priest tradition, complete much training and rituals, before ascending on the final mountain to become initiated into Pampamissayuq or Altomissayuq. 

The collective goal towards higher global consciousness

Why are the teachings of the Q’eros so important to the western world?

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In the western world, there is a great disconnect from nature and the natural cycle of human life. We have become dependant on technology and many of us spend ninety per cent of our time indoors, with artificial heating and lighting. As theories of the consequences of global warming and pollution filtrate the media and government, more and more people are searching for a way to return to a simpler and more organic way of life. The simple fact of the matter is, we have a significant imbalance when it comes to the exchange of energy or Ayni. We are taking and destroying far more than we are giving and creating. It is a trend which cannot last for much longer. 

The Q’ero P’aqos teach us to live in harmony with the earth, and in harmony with ourselves. It teaches us to take responsibly for the roles we play in life, our reactions and emotions, and the impact we have on the earth. We are guardians of the earth, and with their knowledge, we can actively work to preserve the natural beauty and environment that we live in. They understand the art of agriculture, of living in simplicity, an art that our ancestors too had perfected. The traditions of the Andes are not there to teach us something new, something our genetic DNA does not already know. Rather it is there to help us to remember and revive so that we may learn to live more in coherency with our own true essence and that of the earth.

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More and more people are beginning to realise that Peru is much more than a touristic destination and a place of historical relevance. Many are opting to travel to Peru as a place of pilgrimage, to learn, heal and grow as a person. Many are guided to start connecting with the ancestors, their wisdom and traditions, to reconnect with the teachings of nature and to live a more balanced and holistic life, taking full responsibility with ones own growth and development. 

The teachings of the Andes are so pure and simple in their essence, that  we as westerners can implement them into our day to day lives easily. It may take us a long time to have the same understanding of life and the way of the natural world, but the simple rituals, like daily offerings, taking five minutes to acknowledge the presence of your ancestors and their guidance, expressing gratitude for the guidance and abundance we receive and learning to take responsible and control of our body and mind, can all be understood and applied by each and every one of us. How far you travel down the path of understanding is up to you. 

Journey of Initiation to Cusco, Sacred Valley and Lake Titicaca, Puno September 21st to October 5th 2019

In September, we will be making the sacred pilgrimage journey to connect with the origins of the Inca civilisations and the original teachings of the Q’eros. 

 

Connect to the ancient wisdom of the indigenous Q’ero Nation, through the teachings of renowned Q’ero Priest and Shaman Nicolas Pauccar Calcina, direct descendant from the last Inca. He is the author of “The Language of a Q’ero” and “The Last Mountain”, the documentary “Humano” and creator of the KawsayPacha school in Cusco, Peru. 

We will visit stunning and sacred archeological sites from the time of the Incan Empire, connecting with the sacred energy and learning about the ways and traditions of the Incas and their people, including Machu Picchu. 

We will then continue on to Puno, to connect to the origins of the Incan civilisation, the womb of the earth from where Manac Capac and Mama Ocllo rose to go on and establish the ancient Cusco and centre of the Incan Empire. 

For More Information:

E-mail: info@yewelementals.com

Tel: +353 85 22 348 22

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