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Some Sacred Sites in Peru plus Munay Ki Rites

Sacred Sites and Vortexes in Peru – James Tyberonn

Hereby a video presentation of the pilgrimage that will occur in July 30-August 8, 2017 organized by James Tyberonn. An impression of the journey


Some of the Sacred Sites in Peru


Ancon, Lima, Peru


Aramu Muru


Cerro Santa Apolonia

Ancient Temple Chavin de Huantar


Choquequirau near Cusco


Pucapucara just outside of Cusco




Lake Titicaca



Machu Picchu



Moray, Peru







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Sacred Valley


Temple de Pachacamac


Temples of Sun and Moon, Trujillo



Tres Cruces


Volcan Pichu Pichu



Volcan Sabancaya



Volcan Tutujaca



The Munay Ki – Rites of Passage and Initiation

Munay Ki comes from a Quechua word that means ‘I love you.’ The Munay Ki consist of nine rites of initiation, which are transmitted energetically to those individuals who wish to acquire deep power and wisdom to act as stewards for our planet and all life on it. The rites connect him or her to a lineage of medicine men and women thousands of years old. Traditionally, a student would spend years in apprenticeship in order to be given these rites. Today we live in a different world, where everything is changing at a rapid pace, and many people are increasingly becoming aware of their abilities and roles in protecting their environment and healing themselves in it.


There exists some controversy with regard to the Munay Ki rites as the original rites were “modernized” by Alberto Villoldo, Phd, to make them accessible to people of these modern times.  I do not believe that this has weakened the essence of the rites.  If anything, the wide-spread support amongst peoples of our planet at this time for these rites, has and is serving to focus and strengthen their potential, for, as with everything, energy follows thought.


An introduction to the Munay Ki


The Rites can be transmitted as part of a healing session, on a one-to-one basis, or in a group.


  1. Healer’s rites – supporting the healer within, the Healer’s rites connect the individual to a lineage of luminous beings from the past – the ancient ones, who come to assist in one’s personal transformation and during healing ceremony.  These rites awaken the healing power to manifest in our hands so that we can transmit this energy to everyone we touch.  There is tremendous spiritual assistance available to all, both in our everyday life and in healing our wounds and those of our ancestors.
  2. Bands of Power – providing protection. The Bands of Power are 5 luminous energy belts, representing the 5 elements, which are woven into our luminous energy field for protection.  They act as protection filters and break down any negative energy directed at the individual, into one of the elements.  These energies then feed our luminous energy field, making it stronger, rather than making it weak.
  3. Harmony rites – strengthening and harmonising the chakras, these rites are a transmission of the 7 archetypes into each of the chakras.  Starting with the root chakra, an individual receives the Archetype of the Serpent, this is followed by the Jaguar, the Hummingbird and the Eagle in each following chakra respectively.  Into the last three chakras are transmitted the energies of the three Archangels:  the Keeper of the Lower World (our unconscious), the  Keeper of the Middle World (our waking world), and the Protector of the Upper World (our superconscious).
  4. Seer rites – seeing with the heart, feeling with the mind as extra-cerebral pathways of light are installed, connecting the visual cortex – the third eye to heart chakra.  This connection awakens the “inner seer” and one’s ability to perceive the invisible world of energy and Spirit.
  5. Daykeeper rites – accessing healing powers of old, these rites connect an individual to a lineage of master healers from the past.  Traditionally, these Daykeepers were midwives, herbalists and healers who assisted in the running of everyday affairs, in births and deaths of all creatures.  Daykeepers are able to call upon ancient altars to heal and bring balance to the earth.  They call on the sun to rise each morning, and can bring humans into harmony with mother Earth.  These rites help heal our inner feminine, so as to enable us to step beyond fear, to practice peace.
  6. Wisdomkeeper rites – stepping outside of time and space, these rites connect the individual to a lineage of luminous beings from the past and from the future. The rites are associated with the snow-capped mountains, perhaps a distant memory of our ancestors from the Himalayas, from where the sacred rites originated. The Wisdomkeepers are the wise ones, many of whose spirit has taken residence inside the mountains on our planet, guiding, teaching and transmitting knowledge.  These rites help us heal our inner masculine, teaching us to step outside of time, to taste infinity.
  7. Earthkeeper rites – connecting to the Earthkeeper lineage, these rites connect us to the archangel guardians of our galaxy, to the stewards of all life on Earth.  They connect us to the stars and to our Sun.  They bring back into memory an individual’s ability to dream the world into being.
  8. Starkeeper rites – evolving into Homo Luminous. These rites connect and anchor us firmly to the time after the Great Change, a time toward which evolution is taking us.  Our physical body, our DNA, begins to evolve into that of the Homo Luminous.  We start to age differently and become resistant to disease as our DNA is re-informed.
  9. Creator rites – accessing divine co-creation.   These rites awaken in the individual the Creator-light within her or him. They bring us in touch with a profound sense of stewardship for all creation – from the smallest grain of sand to the largest cluster of galaxies.  Once attained only through direct transmission from Spirit, these rites can now be transmitted from one person to another.

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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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).


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