Naupa Iglesia

Charged with spiritual energy, this is a temple dedicated to the ancient beings living inside of the mountains. It has been used as a ritual space for specific dates of the agricultural calendar. The builders sliced the bedrock with great precision to create a doorway that leads nowhere; the same design that appears in ancient Persia and Egypt. These doors are referred to as spirit doors or windows into paradise, they mark the passage of the earth’s electromagnetic currents, the very forces that are known to generate out-of-body states. The builders also carved an additional altar with three alcoves with the middle one shaped as the sacred Quechua sign – The Chakana cross.

The place can be visited in less than a half of a day, the suggested plant medicine is change smoked in the doorway, with integration happening in the Chakana altar.

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