Quechua for “The Site of The Moonstone”, this place was a ceremonial place dedicated to the worship of water, and more importantly, the moon goddess “Quilla”, wife of the sun god Into. Aside from the moon, she was also the goddess of the sky, the tides, fertility, the growth of plants and crops and women. The site consists of large stone terrace, an ancient temple devoted to the moon goddess, a natural cave formation that was intricately carved with tessellating patterns and lunar calendars. On the site there’s also a presence of the ancient rock forming technology similar to the one found in Sacsayhuaman, Cusco.

The place is advised when working with the feminine energy. One day trek is possible and Mushrooms/Changa are advised to connect to the powerful energies.

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