"These myths were transmitted oral, because the knowledge of their handwriting was lost. When the Spanish conqueror arrived to the Empire, more than seven millions of natives were living in the Inca Empire. Years later, one million of natives only survived to the conquest. For this reason, many Andean traditions, ways of organizations, living philosophy, religion, agriculture knowledge, and universe knowledge was lost. What we actually know about Incas was transmitted by Spanish and crossing races people, who were ignorant of the Inca Culture. "
"The Q´eros are the last Incas. They had a population of 600 persons, who sheltered themselves over the 4 hundred meters of altitude in the Peruvian Andean, in order to escape from the Spanish colonizer. During five centuries the Q´ero tribe, had lived practically isolated from the rest of the world. They preserved a sacred prophecy about a great change, or Pachacuti, in which the world will take a turn, reestablishing harmony and order, ending the chaos and disorder."
"I am writing about chaos today to help you understand it and hopefully reduce your fear of it. Chaos can be uncomfortable and stressful, but it is a force for positive change. If we learn to say centered and grounded and work with it, it can propel us forward and beyond the perceived limitations that we believe exist within us. If we resist it, white knuckle holding onto all of our material things and ways, we may find ourselves exhausted, joyless and missing out on opportunities for growth and positive change. If we spend a lot of time not being grounded in our bodies chaos can blow us around like fallen leaves on a windy fall day."