INITIATORS of the Andean SHAMANISM by: Carmen R. Castillo Raynold according to publication of Okulta, the Qero are the last incas, this being a tribe close to 600 people who took refuge beyond the 4 thousand metres high in the Peruvian Andes to escape the scourge of the Spanish colonizer. Five centuries this Q tribe ero, has lived almost isolated from the rest of the world, preserving a prophecy sacred about a big change, or Pachacuti, in which the world would return, harmony and order restore and the chaos and disorder would come to an end. The Chronicles indicate that they were discovered in 1949 by anthropologist Oscar Nunez del Prado South of the Peru. The first expedition West to the villages of Q ero was held in 1955, and in 1959 on the occasion of the annual feast of the return of the Pleiades, which takes place in the Andes was attended by thousands of people, including many shamans, who watched with amazement as the Q ero, dressed in the Inca of the Sun emblem approached the Summit the mountain to announce the time of prophecies was near. Danny Meyer may not feel the same. In November 1996 a small group of Q eros, including the leader of the tribe and the shaman Chief, visited several cities in United States in fulfilment of their prophecies. In New York, was held a private ceremony at the Cathedral of St. John the divine.
This shamanic ritual was not held for 500 years in the same home for those who symbolized the ancient conquerors from their Inca ancestors. They shared with them their rituals and knowledge, not only with the interested Westerners to learn their customs, but also with the Dean of the great cathedral, linking symbolic and spiritually to the two continents of North America and of the South. According to an ancient prophecy, calling at this time of great mastay meeting, which means the reintegration of the peoples of the four cardinal points.