Inhaltsverzeichnis. DIE INKA. 9. Geburt. Viracocha. Die^teinemen Ahnen. Krieger. Grabturm. Ahnenkult. Traditionelle Inka-Symbole. - Erkunde Kontiki-Viracochas Pinnwand „Inca Tattoo & Symbols“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu inka tattoo, azteken, aztekische kunst. Schau dir unsere Auswahl an inka symbole an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten, handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops zu finden.
Mythologie der InkaSymbole der Inka, Maya & Azteken | Owusu, Heike | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. - Erkunde Kontiki-Viracochas Pinnwand „Inca Tattoo & Symbols“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu inka tattoo, azteken, aztekische kunst. Die Inka-Herrscher und insbesondere ihre Ahnen wurde neben dem Sonnengott ›Inti‹, dem Schöpfergott ›Viracocha‹ und der Erdgöttin ›Pachamama‹ als göttlich.
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Pacha Kamaq Inca , South America. The length of the figures varies from 46m up to m and the figures are best seen from the air.
The figures cover an area comprising m2. The depth of the lines never exceed 30 cm and some are only scratches in the surface of the earth.
The lines were not discovered until the time where commercial airlines started to cross the Peruvian desert in Nobody knew who had built them or why.
The Pachamama stone at Machu Picchu to which you may give all your heavy energy hoocha and in return you receive light and fine energy sami.
To her, your hoocha is a gift. She is the living, life-giving Mother who loves us unconditionally. We plant a single seed and she gives us one hundred back.
After the Spanish conquest of Peru by Francisco Pizarro , colonial officials burned the records kept by the Inca.
Still, to date, all that is known is based on what was recorded by priests, from the iconography on Inca pottery and architecture, and from the myths and legends that have survived among the native peoples of the Andes.
The legends and history surrounding him are very contradictory, especially those concerning his rule at Cuzco and his origins. In one legend, he was the son of Viracocha.
In another, he was brought up from the depths of Lake Titicaca by the sun god Inti. However, commoners were not allowed to speak the name of Viracocha, which is possibly an explanation for the need for three foundation legends rather than just one.
They were instructed to create a Temple of the Sun in the spot where the staff sank into the earth to honor the sun god Inti, their father. During the journey, one of Manco's brothers Ayar Cachi was tricked into returning to Puma Urqu and sealed inside or alternatively was turned to ice, because his reckless and cruel behavior angered the tribes that they were attempting to rule.
Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa wrote that there was a hill referred to as Tambotoco, about 33 kilometers from Cuzco, where eight men and women emerged as the original Inca's.
In another version of this legend, instead of emerging from a cave in Cuzco, the siblings emerged from the waters of Lake Titicaca.
Since this was a later origin myth than that of Pacaritambo it may have been created as a ploy to bring the powerful Aymara tribes into the fold of the Tawantinsuyo.
Accounts vary, but according to some versions of the legend, the young Manco jealously betrayed his older brothers, killed them, and then became Cusco.
Like the Romans , the Incas permitted the cultures they integrated into their empire to keep their individual religions. The earliest known writing discovered in the Mayan script dates from about BC, but the script is thought to have developed at an earlier date than that.
The Mayans were known for their sophisticated culture which included many hieroglyphics. Mayan hieroglyphics were carved into stone or bone, or even painted on pottery or written on books.
The two main topics of their texts were astronomy and religious views. Particularly special is the Inca Cross that can be found at the Machu Picchu sanctuary.
The citadel was the main mystical place of the Incas , the luxury retreat where all their leaders regularly went to get away from daily cares, to strengthen body and mind.
It was a place of deep connection to natural energy and our spiritual dimension. In Machu Picchu, the Inca Cross will be found in the middle of the Temple of the Three Windows, but the amazing thing here is that visitors will find only the upper half of the Chakana … why?
Because the Incas designed it in a way that, when the Sun shines over it, the lower half of the Chakana appears as a shadow, representing the spiritual world, thus making a whole Chakana, half material, half non-material.
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Register a free business account. Product details Item Weight :Sep 23, - Explore Susan Landis-Steward's board "Inca and Aztec Symbols", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about aztec symbols, symbols, inca. Inca symbols Chakana or tree of life Chakana (or Inca Cross, Chakana) is - according to some modern authors - the three-stepped cross equivalent symbolic of what is known in other mythologies as the Tree of Life, World Tree and so on. The Inca culture had hundreds of Inca symbols, most of them were create for war, religion and astrology. The symbols have the shape of snakes, condors, corn, cougars, the sun, the lighting, the coca plant and many others. Did you scroll all this way to get facts about inca symbol? Well you're in luck, because here they come. There are inca symbol for sale on Etsy, and they cost $ on average. The most common inca symbol material is metal. The most popular color? You guessed it: silver. Meaning of the Symbols All Inkas’ symbols have a meaning, a purpose, an aim – a spiritual meaning. You may use the symbols actively for meditations or for strengthening the weak parts of yourself, if you wish to do so.