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by Carol and Romulo Lizarraga Valenc Cumes

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Author:
Carol and Romulo Lizarraga Valenc Cumes
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978-0977128303
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You have probably heard about the mysteries of the Andes mountain dwellers in Peru.

You have probably heard about the mysteries of the Andes mountain dwellers in Peru. As you investigate the stories and experiences in these pages.

Journey to Machu Picchu book. You have probably heard about the mysteries of the Andes mountain dwellers in Peru

Journey to Machu Picchu book. You have probably heard about the mysteries of the Andes mountain dwellers in Peru. As you investigate the stories and experiences in these pages, complete with You have probably heard about the mysteries of the Andes mountain dwellers in Peru.

Machu Picchu is a 15th-century Inca citadel, located in the Eastern Cordillera of southern Peru, on a 2,430-metre (7,970 ft) mountain ridge

Machu Picchu is a 15th-century Inca citadel, located in the Eastern Cordillera of southern Peru, on a 2,430-metre (7,970 ft) mountain ridge. It is located in the Cusco Region, Urubamba Province, Machupicchu District, above the Sacred Valley, which is 80 kilometres (50 mi) northwest of Cuzco and through which the Urubamba River flows, cutting through the Cordillera and creating a canyon with a tropical mountain climate. In fact, it is the only written testament to the rich heritage of today's Quechua, who believe they emerged from the depths of Pachamama, the Mother Earth. You have probably heard about the mysteries of the Andes mountain. As you read this book you will enter the mystical and seemingly inexplicable realities of the Andean people. You will discover their rites and rituals, songs and festivals, and methods of healing using herbs such as coca leaf, ayawaska, and San Pedro cactus.

Journey to Machu Picchu will transport you to a place of hope, respite, and healing that will, in turn, energize your commitment to yourself and . Romulo Lizarraga Valencia is Quechua, born on a farm in the Machu Piccu district.

About the Author: Carol Cumes has studied with curranderos and Andean healers in the jungles, deserts and mountains of Peru for over a decade. Romulo received a post-graduate license in tourism and today lectures and leads excursions as a professional Andean trail guide.

Journey to Machu Picchu is a rich and finely woven tapestry that illuminates the ancient spiritual traditions of the Andes, traditions still practiced today.

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Peru - A Sacred Journey Andean Mysteries - who wants to go with me?. I went with a group on a Spiritual journey and found so much healing in this magical, mystical land. I've been traveling to Peru for 22 years, my 1st visit in 1995 after a horrible divorce. I continue to return when life seems over-whelming and I need to return to a center of balance in my life. I'm planning a small, private group tour next May for my 11th visit to Peru. The Apus (Spirits of the Andes) and Pachamama - Mother Earth are calling me to return with a like-minded group of seekers.

Cumes, Carol, and Romulo Lizarraga Valencia. Journey to Machu Picchu: Spiritual Wisdom from the Andes. The Mysteries of Machu Picchu. New York: Avon Books, 1979. Wright, Ruth . and Alfredo Valencia Zegarra. The Machu Picchu Guidebook: A Self-guided Tour. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 1998. Boulder, CO: Johnson Books, 2001. an Inca fortress city in Peru. It stands high above the valley of the Urubamba River, at the foot of Mount Machu Picchu, 75 km northwest of the city of Cuzco.

  • I've always wanted to go to M.P and probably would have gone any old way. Now, I want to go on one of Carol's Magical Journeys! To me MP represented beautiful and fascinating remains of the Incan people. Now, I am also fascinated by the Quechua people who lived there prior to the Incans and to this day. It is these people that the book is really about and it reveals their belief systems, ceremonies, ways of life. Now I feel that a visit wouldn't be complete without a shamanic ceremony - a real one not the disrespectful fakes that are marketed to tourists by some non believers.
    Also, the book includes an interesting section about Hiram Bingham, the Yale professor credited with discovering MP. It lays out the controversy that surrounds him but also includes a letter written by one of his descendents for counterpoint. Anyone who is not only interested in MP but the indigenous residents of the surrounding areas will appreciate this book.

  • A well written excursion into the culture and wisdom of early Peru, much of which is still present in the native population; an enjoyable read, very helpful for the first time visitor to this marvelous country.

  • VERY informative and beautifully written (though I think some cultural words were misspelled).. The background of the spiritual world in the Andes is beautifully described and very informative... I was born in the Andes and have learned A LOT from reading this book.. Too bad her tours are sooo expensive! =(

  • Great as agift to my father whose interest matches the content. Good one

  • I know the author personally. His family has lived at the base of Machu Picchu for many, many years and knows the area and history in-depth. Anyone who wants to know the true history of Machu Picchu would do well to read this astounding book.

  • Excellent! I highly recommend it!

  • Book arrived super fast and was a good price. Arrived in unpadded manilla envelope and was slightly squished in one corner-would have preferred padded envelope. If this were a gift to be given to somebody else, I would have not been pleased.

  • "To the Qechua
    The Pachamama, the earth is the Mother,
    The Mother that gives us food.
    From her comes water and life.
    Our past comes from the Pachamama.
    We are living our present on Pachamama
    And our future will depend on her.
    Pachamama is used by man and by animals.
    Plants grow within her.
    If there is no Pachamama there cannot be a humanity nor a plant or animal kingdom."
    By Rómulo Lizárraga Valencia
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