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The Ancient Peruvian Charm: Published in Canary Wharf Magazine July 2012 Issue.

An article published in Canary Wharf Magazine (July 2012), titled ‘The Ancient Peruvian Charm’ by Katie Charing…… and posted by a proud father (yours truly). ‘Katie Charing revisits Peru, the land of deadly and delicious Pisco Sours, nonplussed Llamas and awe-inspiring Inca remains, finding it…

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The Living Inca Heritage

[scribd id=83129281 key=key-7pu125d4l483z5f6pqp mode=list] The Living Inca Heritage by Peter Cloudsley: Published in Geographical Magazine.  INCA and pre-Inca cultures are generally assigned to the realms of history,incarnate only in Machu Picchu and other famous sites. Yet the Peruvian Indians have doggedly preserved some of the…

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Machu Picchu – World Heritage Site

Machu Picchu, a set on Flickr. Machu Picchu -World Heritage Site Machu Picchu stands 2,430 m above sea-level, in the middle of a tropical mountain forest, in an extraordinarily beautiful setting. It was probably the most amazing urban creation of the Inca Empire at its…

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Coca Myths – a research paper by the Transnational Institute

[scribd id=81813295 key=key-jgb20m51bp64178ruux mode=list] A  very well researched and informative study from the Transnational Institute about the Coca (erythroxylum) plant.

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Shamans of Peru – CD

THE SHAMANS OF PERU CD Ceremonial Chants, Icaros, and Music Shamans of Peru – Recorded on Eagle’s Wing Journeys to Peru Contains chants and dramatic effects of six different ceremonies with shamans who have worked with Eagle’s Wing Groups. Two ceremonies with San Pedro maestros…

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Pachacuti – the Ancient Prophecy of the Incas

We live in a time of the fulfilment of an ancient Inca prophecy. This is the time of the new Pachacuti, a great change bringing with it a new relating to the Earth (Pachamama). Each Pachacuti is a era of time about 500 years. The…

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Preparation for the Ayahuasca Experience

There has been a huge surge of interest in Ayahuasca recently. There is a growing belief that it is a kind of ‘medicine for our times’, giving hope to people with ‘incurable’ diseases like cancer and HIV, drug addictions and inspiring answers to the big…

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