Q'ERO TEXTILE

Before the arrival of the Spanish a group of guardians of the earth together with the most important Inca priests prepared a secret way to transmit wisdom and knowledge. Since then it has been acquired , and the time had arrived to preserve the legacy of their wisdom and consciousness. The younger brother of Wascar Inca called Pauccar Inca was named the guardian and transmitter of the Inca legacy and sent to a secret place, the Q'ero Nation where all the history that was codified in the textiles of the Q'eros was preserved.

The great wisdom of the priests left their legacy to their descendants creating a real time within the lineage of the weavers, they preserved and transmitted their sacred knowledge in sync with modern time to reach an integration with humanity and to wake up consciousness through the codified textiles.

Q'EROS

The Q'ero Nation is known as the wise guardian of the Andes. Today recognized by UNESCO as a cultural heritage site and named by the Cusco Cultural Ministry as the last Inca Town. The Q'eros are determined to preserve and promote their ethnic identity and indigenous culture.

Q'eros is an Andean community that was discovered in 1955. The community was following Inca traditions for 500 years away from the influence of modern day society.

According to the Andean cosmovision that was developed in the city of Cusco, there are teachings and traditions that can be passed down from generation to generation relating to the Pacha Mama (Mother Earth), the Samay (divine breath) The Mama Cocha (great lake, sea) the Nina (great sacred fire) and the Sayre (sacred smoke from the great fire) These traditions are maintained by the Q'eros and are kept alive through their weaving and the ritualization within the spiritual Inca technologies.