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Prayer within the Crystal Rabbit Moon of Cooperation. Gebed binnenin de Kristallen Konijnen Maan van Samenwerking.

Crystal Rabbit Moon of Cooperation

via the Crystal Grid and Sound

(28 days and nights).

Kristal Konijnen Maan van Samenwerking

via de Kristallen Grid en Geluid

(28 dagen en nachten).

Prayer – Gebed


May All be aligned within this Spiral to be inspired, to inspire others, group journeys and creative projects.

Moge Allen in deze Spiraal afgestemd worden om geïnspireerd te zijn, anderen te inspireren, met groepsreizen en creatieve projecten te inspireren.


Within the Eastern spiral movement may All be attuned to the Divine Will as Humans have the freedom of being able to choose.

Binnenin de Oostelijke spiraalbeweging moge Allen afgestemd zijn op de Goddelijke Wil zoals alle mensen de vrijheid hebben om te kunnen kiezen.


Within the Northern spiral movement may All catalyze the self-generative transformative flow of Love, Tenderness and Vision.

Binnenin de Noordelijke-Spiraalbeweging moge Allen de zelf genererende transformatie stroom van Liefde, Tederheid en Visie katalyseren.


Within the Western spiral movement may All face the challenges, to be strengthened and to create opportunities that synchronizes the navigation of evolution.

Binnenin de Westerse spiraalbeweging moge alle de uitdaging aangaan om versterkt te worden en kansen te creëren die de navigatie van de evolutie synchroniseren.


Within the Southern spiral movement may All surrender and allow the hidden power to flower and flourish in its clarifying magic of Heart Creation in the Now.

Binnenin de Zuidelijke spiraalbeweging moge Allen zich overgeven en toestaan om de verborgen kracht tot bloei te laten komen in zijn verduidelijkende magie van hart creaties in het nu.


Now we All center, ground and anchor the wholeness of this Spiral to be fulfilled, healed and completed in this beauty of the Sacred Crystallized Sound Dance.

Nu zijn wij Allen gecentreerd, gegrond en verankerd in de heelheid van deze Spiraal om vervuld te worden, genezen en afgerond te zijn in deze schoonheid van de Heilige Gekristalliseerde Geluid Dans.


Gratitude – Dankbaarheid

Saturday, June 17, 2017 – Journey within Peru – Flight from Cuzco to Lima and Lima to Iquitos.

Saturday, June 17 – Flight from Cuzco to Lima followed by flight Lima to Iquitos.

Personal notes:

We all got up early to go to the Airport of Cuzco. From Lima Airport to fly to Iquitos and stay overnight there.

Iquitos is a very busy traffic town with many people as well. Most people travel within the city via bus, motorcycle, or the ubiquitous auto rickshaw (mototaxi, motocarro or motocar). This is a modified motorcycle with a cabin behind supported by two wheels, seating up to three persons. Transportation to nearby towns often requires a river trip via pequepeque, a small public motorized boat. With a small group of ladies we went into town to explore do some shopping at a supermarket and had dinner there. Quite a experience. The Hotel had many lovely pieces of Art on the walls as well. We shared a room with the three of us.

See below for more information.


Red Crystal SerpentChant: Ix, Caban, Men, Cib, CHICCHAN

KIN 25 Red Crystal Serpent, Light code 25:12:19 Crystal Rabbit Moon of Cooperation to discover, share and give expression to insights in openness and love within the Instinct of Life Force. Together with the Natural Supportive flow of the Inner Shaman with its magic and Timelessness as we move onwards in the spiral to navigate the evolution of synchronicity in trusting our steps on the passageway.

Planets: Asteroid Belt, Uranus, Jupiter, Saturn.


Iquitos, also known as Iquitos City, is the capital city of _Peru’s Maynas Province and Loreto Region. The largest metropolis in the Peruvian Amazon, east of the Andes, it is the sixth most populous city of Peru.


It is known as the “capital of the Peruvian Amazon.” The city is located in the Great Plains of the Amazon Basin, fed by the Amazon, Nanay and Itaya rivers. Overall, it constitutes the Iquitos metropolitan area, a conurbation of 471,993 inhabitants consisting of four districts: Iquitos, Punchana, Belen and San Juan Bautista. It is the largest city in the world that cannot be reached by road – it is accessible only by river and air.

The area was long inhabited by indigenous peoples. The founding date of the European city is uncertain. Spanish historical documents state that it was set up around 1757 as a Spanish Jesuit reduction by the banks of the Nanay River. The Jesuits gathered local Napeano (Yameo) and Iquito natives to live here, and they named it San Pablo de Napeanos.


In the late 19th century, the city became the center of export of rubber production from the Amazon Basin and was the headquarters of the Peruvian Amazon Company. The rubber boom attracted thousands of European traders and workers, some of whom amassed wealth with the high-volume production, processing and trade in rubber. The city’s economy was highly dependent on PAC, controlled in the nation by Peruvian businessman Juan Luis Arana.

The operations of PAC’s forces in the Basin, who kept indigenous workers in near slavery conditions through use of force and harsh treatment, was investigated by Roger Casement, the British consul-general in Peru. He had investigated labor conditions for natives in the Congo Free State when it was under King Leopold’s control, reporting on the abuse of thousands of workers. His 1913 exposure of abuses of Peruvian workers caused a reaction against the company among the several British members of its board and many stockholders. The company struggled financially and lost backing in the UK. In addition, rubber seedlings had been smuggled out of the country and cultivated on plantations in Southeast Asia. As the plants matured, the competition undercut prices of the Peruvian product. With the decline of the rubber industry, many workers and merchants left Iquitos.


As one of the leading cities, along with Manaus, in the huge Amazon rubber boom (1880-1914), Iquitos was influenced by the numerous Europeans who flocked to it. Architecture and cultural institutions established during this period expressed their own traditions. An opera house and Jewish cemetery were among the institutions established.

Later in the 20th century, the city and region diversified its economy. The region exported timber, fish and their products, oil, minerals, and agricultural crops. It also derives considerable revenue from tourism and related crafts, as well as bakery, and carbonated drinks and beer. By 1999, the city had consolidated its four municipalities.

The architecture and historical treasures reflect the colonial and early 20th-century European period, attracting an increased tourist trade in the 21st century. In addition it is a center of ecological tourism. It has become a major cosmopolitan city with strong roots in the Amazon, featuring a complex history and cuisine, Amazonian landscapes, nightlife, and a growing cultural movement.

In 2012, 250,000 visitors were recorded. Many have been attracted since the Amazon rainforest was ranked as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Iquitos inaugurated international flights to the main hub of Panama City in 2012, with shared destinations with Miami and Cancun. Its international airport is expected to become one of six international air centers of Peru. The city was ranked as sixth on the list of “10 leading cities in 2011” of the Lonely Planet guidebook.

The Historic Center of Iquitos has several structures that have been designated as part of the Cultural Heritage of the Nation: the Cathedral of Iquitos, the Iron House, the Old Hotel Palace, Cohen House, and more than 70 other buildings. Other landmarks are the Plaza de Armas; Jiron Prospero, an avenue that is the site of several shopping and historical areas; and the lively neighborhood of Belén, often dubbed the “Amazon Venice” for its many waterways. The city is also home to the Amazon Library, one of the two most important in Latin America.

The city can be reached only by airplane or boat, with the exception of a road to Nauta, a small town roughly 100 km (62 mi) south (which is not connected to the country’s main road network). Ocean vessels of 3,000 to 9,000 tons and 5.5 metres (18 ft) draft can reach Iquitos via the Amazon River from the Atlantic Ocean, 3,600 kilometres (2,200 miles) away.





Friday, June 16 – Journey within Peru


Visit to a small town along the way plus Muray. Meeting up with the others who went to Machu Picchu and had dinner together. Overnight in Cuzco.

Personal Notes:

We picked up Fernando Escobar in Pisac and travelled onwards. The plan was first to visit Chinceros but I am not certain if we went there. In any case we went to a small town as guidance told us to stop there. Arthur and Pieter checked out a ally that showed various signs and signals. It was a lesson to listen and follow whatever was being related.

We than went to visit Moray. Moray – is the name of the Incan ruins near the town of Maras, Peru that sits six hundred meters above Urubamba and the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Moray is the name of the Incan agricultural laboratory that was likely used to cultivate resistant and hearty varieties of plants high in the Andes. The site is not on the typical tourist agenda; however, it is included in the boleto touristico offered in Cuzco and is on the way back from Machu Picchu between Ollantaytambo and Pisac.

The Agricultural Laboratory of the Incas – Three large natural depressions in which terraced co-centric circles were constructed. Seeds cultivated at this site were likely sent throughout the Incan empire to improve yield in the harsh conditions of the Andes and were probably one of the benefits offered by the Incas for peaceful incorporation of neighboring tribes into the Incan empire. Today the site is a series of co-centric circles on plateaus 400 m above the valley floor (3,200-3,500 m above sea level). The site was designed by the Incas to take advantage of natural depressions below the level plain and model Andean, jungle and semi-tropical environments for the growth of different plant varieties. Pollen studies indicate that soils from each of these regions was imported by the Incas to each of the large circular basins. In the largest of the depressions (150 m) a series of water channels can be seen finding their way to the bottom. Studies have found temperature variations up to 5 degrees Celsius.

Few books are available on Incan Agriculture in Cuzco or surrounding cities so study up before arriving. Guides are included for free at the site, inquire at the control point.

My personal experience here was that Alien ships had also landed here as well to assist with the vegetation and the surroundings here. When I look at the spiral movement energy of Yellow Spectral Seed as explained below it was quite a synchronicity that we were there.

Whilst walking down towards this garden I could feel a deep pulsation in the heart area. I felt I had been here before and this certainly brought about a bliss of Joy to be here in the Presence of Now. Fernando Escobar shared stories with us here and did a ceremony of connection with this contribution of collective Unconditional Love. Especially one of the spirals represented this so well with the collection of stones that All who had worked and contributed on this project. We stood next to each other and joined hands and hearts as One. Fernando shared humming and I also contributed some toning and light language here as well. We than went to the next spiral garden and sat in silence. Thank you Pieter Tigelaar for translating the story Fernando related to us from Spanish into English.

Moray.seen from above

After this we went to a restaurant and waited for the Machu Picchu group members to join in for dinner. One of the ladies of the group celebrated her birthday as well. We than travelled to Cuzco for the night at the Hotel Royal Inca again. The festivities were still going on in the town. 

KIN 24 – Yellow Spectral Seed of the Crystal Rabbit Moon of Cooperation, light code 24:10:18 to dissolve, liberate, surrender and forgive in humbleness, compassion and acceptance to seed whereby all possibilities are stored, just like the germinated soil that contains All to allow the seed to flourish and flower within. In this supportive natural spiral movement of Vision and dreams as you face the challenge, strengthening and opportunity of the Inner Shaman’s journey of who you are now and where you are now is All you ever wished for. This openness contains the key of realizing your dreams in the presence of Now. As you move onwards to the hidden power of navigating the evolution of synchronicity of your passageway.

Yellow Spectral SeedChant: Men, Kan, Ix, Caban, KAN

Planets: Jupiter, Asteroid Belt, Uranus

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Chinceros – mythical birthplace of the rainbow


Chinchero is a small Andean Indian village located high up on the windswept plains of Anta at 3765m about 30km from Cusco. There are beautiful views overlooking the Sacred Valley of the Incas, with the Cordillera Vilcabamba and the snow-capped peak of Salkantay dominating the western horizon. Chinchero is believed to be the mythical birthplace of the rainbow. Its major claim to tourism is its colourful Sunday market which is much less tourist-orientated than the market at Pisac. The village mainly comprises mud brick (adobe) houses, and locals still go about their business in traditional dress. The village may have been an important town in Inca times. The most striking remnant of this period is the massive stone wall in the main plaza which has ten trapezoidal niches. The construction of the wall and many other ruins and agricultural terraces (which are still in use) are attributed to Inca Tupac Yupanqui who possibly used Chinchero as a kind of country resort.

In the main plaza an adobe colonial church, dating from the early seventeenth century, has been built upon the foundations of an Inca temple or palace. The ceiling and walls are covered in beautiful floral and religious designs. The church is open on Sundays for mass.

Half an hour’s walk from the village brings you to Lake Piuri which once fed Cusco with water. It takes about 3 hours to walk around the lake passing through small picturesque villages. There are no tourist hotels in Chinchero but there are a couple of very basic hostals.

Visitor information

Entrance to the main plaza and ruins is included in the Cuzco Tourist Ticket (Boleto Turistico) which costs 130 Peruvian Soles and is valid for 10 days (although you can enter each site just once). The ticket is best bought in Cusco but it is also on sale at at the government check point at the bottom of the hill leading up to the plaza. If you don’t want to buy the complete ticket you can buy a partial ticket which costs 70 Peruvian Soles and is valid for 2 days allowing entry to Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero & Moray. There is no entrance fee to the Sunday morning market which is held at the bottom of the hill by the main car-park.



Thursday, June 15 – Journey within Peru

Visit to Pumamarca. Overnight in Ollantaytambo.

Personal Notes:

We picked up Fernando Escobar on the way from the Hotel as he lives in Pisac. This was quite a climb up the mountain slopes.  Along the way I had problems with my breathing but made it on the top after a lady in the group assisted me with a breathing exercise as I was hyperventilating at a certain point.

The scenery and the feeling of this Sacred area of Pachamama was felt through every part and every level of my being. When I reached the top a big hurrah was sounded by the group. After this I broke down emotionally with tears. Many struggles and strives went through me of past illnesses, relationships and how I had experienced this. It was good to purify, release and transform this into the now of a gratitude for the lessons and learning.


KIN 23 – Blue Planetary Night of the Crystal Rabbit Moon of Cooperation, light code 23:10:17 to manifest the perfection and place qualities within trust and gratitude of the empowerment of silence. The Night is the power of darkness and dreams. This darkness or shadows is where other senses are awakened. Supported by the spiral movement of Inner Guidance and Divine Intelligence within the magical playfulness of humor. To be challenged, strengthened and create a opportunity of exploration and wakefulness as a channel of messages to touch the hidden power of insight and reflection of Cosmic Order of Truth.

Blue Planetary NightChant: Cib, Chuen, Ben, Etznab, AKBAL

Planets: Saturn, Venus, Mars, Neptune

Pumamarca – the tail of the puma.


Pumamarca ruins are about 2.5 hours from the Inca town of Ollantaytambo and it is one of the most popular of the Sacred Valley destinations. The area is very interesting because it is a place where the Spaniards suffered one of their few defeats in a direct confrontation with the Incas. Pumamarca is a fortress built on a steep slope, which was built to control the entrance to the Sacred Valley of the nearby jungle. A steep climb will be rewarded with a beautiful panoramic view and the knowledge that you will be visiting a place known only to a few tourists.




Wednesday, June 14 – Journey within Peru

Ollantaytambo. Overnight in Ollantaytambo.

GAP (galactic activation portal with High Resonance and Clarity)

Personal Notes:

After this walk a group of 5 people were brought to the train station as they were travelling to Machu Picchu. There luggage was placed at the overnight stay in Ollantaytambo.


KIN 22 – White Solar Wind – GAP of the Crystal Rabbit Moon of Cooperation, light code 22:9:16 to realise the pulsation or resonance of the intention within the breath of communicating with Spirit. It is this breath that feeds the soul and inspires you to speak your own truth. Be in communication, inspiration, flexibility and changes.

White Solar Wind.GAPChant: Caban, Ix, Eb, Cauac, IK

Planets: Uranus, Asteroid Belt or Planet Maldek, Earth, Pluto

Tone 9 is the action that pulsates the passion, enthusiasm and directness.

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The Urcos District is one of the twelve districts in the Quispicanchi Province in Peru. Created on January 2, 1857, its capital is the town of Urcos. Urcos is southeast of the former Inca capital, Cusco, in the southern Andes, and it is at an altitude of 3,180 meters. The people in the district are mainly indigenous citizens of Quechua descent.

The most important river of the district is the Willkanuta which crosses the district from south-east to north-west. The lake Quyllur Urmana lies in the west of the town at the foot of the mountain Wiraqucha.




Ollantaytambo (Quecha: Ullantaytampu) is a town and an Inca archaeological site in southern Peru some 72 kilometres (45 mi) by road northwest of the city of Cuzco. It is located at an altitude of 2,792 metres (9,160 ft) above sea level in the district of Ollantaytambo, province of Urubambo, Cuzco region. During the Inca Empire,  Ollantaytambo was the royal estate of Emperor Pachacuti who conquered the region, built the town and a ceremonial center.


Nowadays, located in what is called the Sacred Valley of the Incas, it is an important tourist attraction on account of its Inca ruins and its location en route to one of the most common starting points for the four-day, three-night hike known as the Inca Trail.


Around the mid-15th century, the Inca emperor Pachacuti conquered and razed Ollantaytambo; the town and the nearby region were incorporated into his personal estate. The emperor rebuilt the town with sumptuous constructions and undertook extensive works of terracing and irrigation in the Urubamba Valley; the town provided lodging for the Inca nobility while the terraces were farmed by yanakuna, retainers of the emperor. After Pachacuti’s death, the estate came under the administration of his panaqa, his family clan.

The town of Ollantaytambo is located along the Patakancha River, close to the point where it joins the Willkanuta River. The main settlement is located on the left margin of the Patakancha with a smaller compound called ‘Araqhama on the right margin. The main Inca ceremonial center is located beyond ‘Araqhama on a hill called Cerro Bandolista. There are several Inca structures on the surroundings, what follows is a brief description of the main sites.


Araqhama and the plaza of Manyaraki

The main settlement at Ollantaytambo has an orthogonal layout with four longitudinal streets crossed by seven parallel streets. At the center of this grid, the Incas built a large plaza that may have been up to four blocks large; it was open to the east and surrounded by halls and other town blocks on its other three sides. All blocks on the southern half of the town were built to the same design; each comprised two kancha, walled compounds with four one-room buildings around a central courtyard. Buildings in the northern half are more varied in design; however, most are in such a bad condition that their original plan is hard to establish.

A typical Inca doorway still used in the town. Note the single stone lintel, a sign of importance.

Ollantaytambo dates from the late 15th century and has some of the oldest continuously occupied dwellings in South America.] Its layout and buildings have been altered to different degrees by later constructions, for instance, on the southern edge of the town an Inca esplanade with the original entrance to the town was rebuilt as a Plaza de Armas surrounded by colonial and republican buildings. The plaza at the center of the town also disappeared as several buildings were built over it in colonial times.

‘Araqhama is a western prolongation of the main settlement, across the Patakancha River; it features a large plaza, called Manyaraki, surrounded by constructions made out of adobe and semi-cut stones. These buildings have a much larger area than their counterparts in the main settlement, they also have very tall walls and oversized doors. To the south there are other structures, but smaller and built out of fieldstones. ‘Araqhama has been continuously occupied since Inca times, as evidenced by the Roman Catholic church on the eastern side of the plaza. To the north of Manyaraki there are several sanctuaries with carved stones, sculpted rock faces, and elaborate waterworks, they include the Templo de Agua and the Baño de la Ñusta.

Temple Hill

Wall of the Six Monoliths

Araqhama is bordered to the west by Cerro Bandolista, a steep hill on which the Incas built a ceremonial center. The part of the hill facing the town is occupied by the terraces of Pumatallis, framed on both flanks by rock outcrops. Due to impressive character of these terraces, the Temple Hill is commonly known as the Fortress, however, this is a misnomer as the main functions of this site were religious. The main access to the ceremonial center is a series of stairways that climb to the top of the terrace complex. At this point, the site is divided into three main areas: the Middle sector, directly in front of the terraces; the Temple sector, to the south; and the Funerary sector, to the north.

The Temple sector is built out of cut and fitted stones in contrast to the other two sectors of the Temple Hill which are made out of fieldstones. It is accessed via a stairway that ends on a terrace with a half finished gate and the Enclosure of the Ten Niches, a one-room building. Behind them there is an open space which hosts the Platform of the Carved Seat and two unfinished monumental walls. The main structure of the whole sector is the Sun Temple, an uncompleted building which features the Wall of the Six Monoliths. The Middle and Funerary sectors have several rectangular buildings, some of them with two floors; there are also several fountains in the Middle sector.


The unfinished structures at the Temple Hill and the numerous stone blocks that litter the site indicate that it was still undergoing construction at the time of its abandonment. Some of the blocks show evidences of having been removed from finished walls, which provides evidence that a major remodeling effort was also underway. It is unknown which event halted construction at the Temple Hill, likely candidates include the war of succession between Huascar and Atahualpa, the Spanish Conquest of Peru and the retreat of Manco Inca from Ollantaytambo to Vilcabamba.


 Terraces of Pumatallis

The valleys of the Urubamba and Patakancha rivers along Ollantaytambo are covered by an extensive set of agricultural terraces or andenes which start at the bottom of the valleys and climb up the surrounding hills. The andenes permitted farming on otherwise unusable terrain; they also allowed the Incas to take advantage of the different ecological zones created by variations in altitude. Terraces at Ollantaytambo were built to a higher standard than common Inca agricultural terraces, for instance, they have higher walls made of cut stones instead of rough fieldstones. This type of high-prestige terracing is also found in other Inca royal estates such as Chinchero, Pisaq, and Yucay.

A set of sunken terraces start south of Ollantaytambo’s Plaza de Armas, stretching all the way to the Urubamba River. They are about 700 meters long, 60 meters wide and up to 15 meters below the level of surrounding terraces; due to their shape they are called Callejón, the Spanish word for alley. Land inside Callejón is protected from the wind by lateral walls which also absorb solar radiation during the day and release it during the night; this creates a microclimate zone 2 to 3°C warmer than the ground above it. These conditions allowed the Incas to grow species of plants native to lower altitudes that otherwise could not have flourished at this site.

At the southern end of Callejón, overlooking the Urubamba River, there is an Inca site called Q’ellu Raqay. Its interconnected buildings and plazas form an unusual design quite unlike the single-room structures common in Inca architecture. As the site is isolated from the rest of Ollantaytambo and surrounded by an elaborate terraces, it has been postulated that it was a palace built for emperor Pachacuti.


  Pinkuylluna, Inca storehouses near Ollantaytambo

The Incas built several storehouses or qullgas (Quechua: qollqa) out of fieldstones on the hills surrounding Ollantaytambo. Their location at high altitudes, where there is more wind and lower temperatures, defended their contents against decay. To enhance this effect, the Ollantaytambo qullqas feature ventilation systems. It is believed that they were used to store the production of the agricultural terraces built around the site. Grain would be poured in the windows on the uphill side of each building, then emptied out through the downhill side window.


The main quarries of Ollantaytambo were located at Kachiqhata, in a ravine across the Urubamba River some 5 kilometers from the town. The site features three main quarrying areas: Mullup’urku, Kantirayoq, and Sirkusirkuyoq; all of them provided blocks of rose rhyolite for the elaborate buildings of the Temple Hill. An elaborate network of roads, ramps, and slides connected them with the main building areas. In the quarries there are several chullpas, small stone towers used as burial sites in Pre-Hispanic times.


As Ollantaytambo is surrounded by mountains, the main access routes run along the Urubamba Valley; there the Incas built roads connecting the site with Machu Picchu to the west and Pisaq to the east. During the Spanish conquest of Peru, emperor Manco Inca fortified the eastern approaches to fend off Spanish attacks from Cuzco during the Battle of Ollantaytambo. The first line of defense was a steep bank of terraces at Pachar, near the confluence of the Anta and Urubamba rivers. Behind it, the Incas channeled the Urubamba to make it cross the valley from right to left and back thus forming two more lines, which were backed by the fortifications of Choqana on the left bank and ‘Inkapintay on the right bank. Past them, at the plain of Mascabamba, eleven high terraces closed the valley between the mountains and a deep canyon formed by the Urubamba. The only way to continue was through the gate of T’iyupunku, a thick defensive wall with two narrow doorways. To the west of Ollantaytambo, the small fort of Choquequillca defended the road to Machu Picchu. In the event of these fortifications being overrun, the Temple Hill itself with its high terraces provided a last line of defense against invaders.




Tuesday, June 13 – Journey within Peru

Excursion to the Sacred Valley of the Inca’s – Pisac.

Overnight stay Ion Pisac.


Personal notes:

We left Cusco and Fernando Escobar met us at the Hotel Royal Inka to go to various Sacred Sites.


Southern Highlands

Q’enqo is an archaeological site just 15 minutes from Cusco. This site is a mysterious and dark reminder of the sacrificial practices and death rituals of the Incas.


Stretched across a hillside, Q’enqo is a unique temple in its construction, as it’s carved entirely out of a naturally occurring monolith. Many of the wak’as (holy places) in the Cusco region were created around natural rock formations, but Q’enqo is one of the largest and most impressive in the area.


The name Q’enqo, which means labyrinth or “zigzag” in Quechua, is thought to derive from the zigzag channels carved into the top of the temple. The channels are believed to have been used for the pouring of sacrificial chichi – llama blood – by priests during festivals, celebrations and death rituals. The walls of the temple show a series of intricately carved designs, including pumas and condors.


The complex offers visitors the opportunity to explore the series of man-made caves and tunnels beneath the rock; this exploration leads to an altar, indicating that these “secret chambers” were probably used for ceremonial purposes. One of these chambers features 19 small niches and resembles an amphitheater. The purpose of such a theater has been lost over time, but most agree the area was used for some type of sacrifice to the sun, moon, and star gods who were worshipped there.


Despite its dark purpose, Q’enqo Temple’s carved tunnels and chambers are an astounding example of ancient architecture, and perhaps for its dark purposes, the feeling of mystery still permeates visitors at this holy site.

Whilst in the tunnel we hummed the Ohm for All.

We than went to another site Calca. Entering the grounds I could see light beings roaming around here.


We than entered what felt like a womb temple. Arthur did a ceremony with us here whilst Fernando played his drum.


It was a positive experience for the group and myself here whilst we honored and connected to the place. In a spiral movement one by one we stood in the center and for myself I remembered many lives in Peru in the ceremonial circle. Fernando passed on three coco leaves to each one of us to place in the Earth here with gratitude blessings.

I sat by a tree with cactuses that surrounded it and placed the 3 coco leaves into the Sacred Grounds there. Whilst in Silence I heard various light languages and quietly express this from the heart via the throat.

We were than lead by Arthur, Pieter into the ruins that were at the back here along with Fernando playing the shaman drum and whistling on top of the hill close to the tower. The ruins were in the shape of a labyrinth. We spiralled into this area and than some of us were chosen to place our head into a open small corridor. My personal experience here was once again going through a passageway or portals. Unfortunately my ears were blocked from the heights of the area here so I was unable to hear all that was said.  I was drawn into the Universe and home dwellings their.

After this we were invited by Fernando to come to his home for lunch together with his family. Fernando is also very connected to crystals and many were placed on the table there. His wife and sister assisted in the cooking and placing the meals on the table. After this we were taken to Pisco city center to visit the community shop that Fernando also had his wares in. Many group members bought crystals, rattles, a drum etc.

We than went to a lovely resort to stay the next two days.



KIN 21 – Red Galactic Dragon of the Crystal Rabbit Moon of Cooperation, light code 21:8:15 to be in integrity, integration and harmony on all levels as you give birth to the nourishing nature of Ancient Waters and Ancient Mother. Follow within the Instincts of Life Force and the Kundalini Energy.

Red Galactic DragonChant: Etznab, Chicchan, Chuen, Ahau, IMIX

Planets: Neptune, Asteroid Belt or Planet Maldek, Venus, Pluto

Tone 8 is the model that harmonizes the integrity

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Red Galactic Dragon.1 


Pisac is perhaps best known for its Incan ruins, known as Inca Písac, which lie atop a hill at the entrance to the valley. The ruins are separated along the ridge into four groups: P’isaqa, Inti Watana, Qalla Q’asa, and Kinchiraqay.


Inti Watana group includes the Temple of the Sun, baths, altars, water fountains, a ceremonial platform, and an inti watana, a volcanic outcrop carved into a “hitching post for the Sun” (or Inti). The angles of its base suggest that it served to define the changes of the seasons. Qalla Q’asa, which is built onto a natural spur and overlooks the valley, is known as the citadel.


The Inca constructed agricultural terraces on the steep hillside, which are still in use today. They created the terraces by hauling richer topsoil by hand from the lower lands. The terraces enabled the production of surplus food, more than would normally be possible at altitudes as high as 11,000 feet.


With military, religious, and agricultural structures, the site served at least a triple purpose. Researchers believe that Písac defended the southern entrance to the Sacred Valley, while Choquequirao defended the western entrance, and the fortress at Ollantaytambo the northern. Inca Pisac controlled a route which connected the Inca Empire with the border of the rain forest.

The sanctuary of Huanca, site of a sacred shrine, is also near the village. Pilgrims travel to the shrine every September.

One of its more notable features was a large pisonay tree, which dominated the central plaza (it was destroyed by a 2013 thunderstorm).


Monday, June 12 – Journey within Peru.

Open Space in Cuzco – GAP (Galactic  Activation Portal with High Resonance and Clarity). Afternoon and evening free to explore.


Personal notes:

We started the morning with breakfast together and a layout via Arthur and the Arthurian Legend cards. A small group (including myself) decided to take a taxi to the Site at Puka Pukara and than walk back to the center of Cusco. The other group walked from the Hotel to the Site. See below for more information about Puka Pukara.


Pieter Tigelaar contacted one of the ladies of our group to see where we were so that we could join up with them. Unfortunately there were more entrances so we were unable to connect with each other. Pieter however did give instructions that we were to attune and align with a series of rocks and do a ceremony there together.

One of the ladies had her pendulum with her and looked at the map where we would be guided to visit there. As we walked without a guide along the Site we were not able to find the first area. We than went back down and found the stones above. They carried various energies with them. One very soft and gentle, another very direct.

We walked further in this ally way and we discovered the teeth of the puma in the rocks.

Whilst walking further we understood why Pieter was unable to find us. There was another entrance here as well were the other group were looking for us.

We than walked back a ways to discover which rock formation was being requested by guidance. There was a shaman guide who kept drawing our attention to him. At one point I saw him with his Chakana. He used it as a pendulum to demonstrate further that he wished to assist us.

We decided with consent of each other to follow him. He brought us to a rock formation and he explained to me that this was where the ceremonies too place for the Solstice. The energy was building up and when we walked further I was drawn to go into a portal way of rocks. At the end a large horizontal standing rock was calling. Along the sides the vertical rocks formed a passageway. As I walked into this formation it felt and I could see that every rock was a portal/passageway entrance towards the horizontal rock. Like a ceremonial activation of DNA which triggered the Kundalini. The rest of the group followed me into this passageway. When returning I was shown by guidance to spiral back through the rocks like a serpent taking off its old skin and allowing the new skin to be revealed. After this we stood in a circle to send blessings to the Highest Good of All. At a certain point I was ordered to leave the circle. What I than saw were past lives. One of them was children that were offered. Children of Pure Heart Love Light whilst I stood there not being able to rescue them or be of assistance. I broke down in deep sorrow and tears and the group came around me to support and clear this for the area. I left a crystal behind as a token of gratitude.

We than walked to the other entrance and on our way one of the ladies was called to go to another portal passageway. Together we walked to the entrance and allowed the surrender to this passageway. For both of us it was a old memory connected to Egypt and its temples there. Once again it was a portal passageway of initiation. Thank you dear lady for leading us there.

We than decided to walk back to the city of Cuzco. There was a beautiful path especially for hikers that lead us into the city.

Originally it was meant to be  free day but due to the flight delays the program changed to in the morning a visit to a Site and the rest of the day off. I was going to meet Fernando Valencia Saire in Cusco that was connected to the Quero’s and would have brought me to a healing center along with this tell me more about the project for a day care and school that was starting up. This personal contact was recommended by Lance Aubrey from Canada who is also involved in the start of this project. Unfortunately I had to send him a message that I was unable to meet up with him.

Overnight stay at the Royal Inka Hotel.


KIN 20 – Yellow Resonant SunGAP – of the Crystal Rabbit Moon of Cooperation, light code 20:7:14 to align with Source to inspire yourself, others and creative projects. Be inspired to channel the alignment with the Universal Fire of Love of Life and Enlightenment.

May the natural supportive spiral movement BE the self-generative flow to transform and heal. The endless source of energy of truth. Within this spiral movement choices can be made with the Divine Free Will of Wisdom to be challenged, strengthened and be in the opportunity of power of love loyalty to give and receive in all relationships. To be within the hidden power of Ancient Trust of Being whilst it nourishing nature embraces the birthing of enlightenment in its centering, grounding and anchoring.


Yellow Resonant Sun GAPChant: Cauac, Eb, Oc, Imix, AHAU

Planets: Pluto, Earth, Mercury, Neptune

Tone 7 is the inspiration of channeling the alignment

Archetypes20.Yellow Sun

General Information about Puka Pukara:

Puka Pukara Ruins

Puka Pukara (Quecha puka red, pukara fortress, “red fortress”, hispanicized spellings Pucapucara, Puca Pucara, Puca Pucará) is a site of military ruins in Peru situated in the Cuzco Region, Cuzco Province, Cuzco District near Cuzco. This fort is made of large walls, terraces, and staircases and was part of defense of Cusco and the Inca Empire in general.


The name probably comes from the red color of the rocks at dusk. Puka Pukara is an example of military architecture that also functioned as an administrative center.


Puka Pukara is located in mid-southern Peru, roughly 4–5 miles (7 kilometers) from Cuzco on the road to Pisac and near the Antisuyo, the jungle portion of the former Incan empire. The fort is located on high ground overlooking the Cusco valley and Tambo Machay, creating a beautiful – and useful – view. When it was built, it was probably placed so that these areas were visible to give the military extra vision over important parts of the empire.


Although there is not as much known about Puka Pukara as a lot of other Incan ruins, there is a theory that this site was probably constructed during the reign of Pachacutec. Since he was the ninth ruler of the empire, it can be said that Puka Pukara was one of the later constructions. The stones used to build most of the walls are very irregularly shaped, stacked together in kind of a here-and-there manner to create walls that are functional, but lacking very much beauty as far as architecture goes (this contrasts with a lot of other sites in the area). Because of this, it is possible that the buildings and walls were built in somewhat of a rush because the military headquarters that Puka Pukara became was thought to be needed very quickly. When it was first built, the differently sized and shaped stones that now appear grey may have been a red color (hence its name, red fortress) due to all the iron in the limestone used in the walls.


There is a small amount of argument over what Puka Pukara’s real function was when the Incan empire was still thriving. As stated above, it was at least partially a military base and, since it was on such a major road and overlooking so many important spots, it was a very good place to spot people causing trouble. Officials could have used it as a checkpoint on the road, stopping those who looked suspicious from travelling any further into the empire where they could potentially wreak havoc. It could have served as a stop for military groups travelling nearby, too. Another theory is that it was a place of rest for hunters and weary travelers, as well as Incan nobles, due to all of its luxurious baths, canals, plazas, fountains, and separate rooms.

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