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To fully reap the benefit of this document, I recommend that you read the Intro before you begin the glossary. The contents will assist you in navigating the glossary and enhance your understanding.

 

Glossary of Terminology
of the Shamanic & Ceremonial Traditions
of the Inca Medicine Lineage

as Practiced in the United States

CAUTION: The inclusion of herbs, symptomatology and treatments for disease within this glossary
is not meant for diagnosis of, nor prescription for treatment of, any medical condition.
This information is included for anthropological and historical study only.

 

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APPENDICES
INDEX


ALPHABET:

A
B
C
Ch, Ch' & Chh
D
E
F & G
H
I
J
K
K' & Kh
L
Ll
M
N &
O
P
P', Ph
Q
Q', Qh
R
S
T
T' & Th
U
V
W
Y
Z
 


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    ABOUT THE EDITOR


    One of the first things I tell my students is that this study is about YOU, it is not about the teacher or other students. Any issues you have are really with yourself. Thus, I hesitate to inject much in the way of personal information into this document.

    I have been writing for pay since 1977, penning feature articles for local and regional publications, even the occasional national rag. I have been the editor of a business journal and a lifestyle magazine. If you are interested in my writings, some are in my blog here.

    My background in spiritual healing begins in 1967. How appropriate that my education in this subject would begin in the Summer of Love!

    Know me by this work. It is a true labor of love. Love is the only energy that could have pushed me through the tedium of creating such a detailed thing and inspired me to continue into a second -- and, now, third --edition. Many hundreds of hours have gone into this glossary. It is my ayni for the amazing gifts that I have been given since I began the journey in Inca shamanism in 1997. I was born with a talent for writing and editing and an ability to do highly detailed work. In this glossary I am able to put those skills to use and follow my bliss.

    May you walk in Beauty,

    Patt O’Neill

































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First Edition (c) 2007 Patt O'Neill. All rights reserved. This site was originally published 6-13-07
Second Edition (c) 2008 Patt O'Neill. All rights reserved. Published Jan. 2008.
Third Edition (c) 2014 Patt O'Neill. All rights reserved. Published April 2014
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