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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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    Appendix F

    CEKE  TYPES

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    Timeless/spaceless. Carry illa, there is no engagement or transformation. Essential, formless in space/time, impersonal. Biological lineage, i.e., sap in tree.

    Expresses in space/time. Reactive. Collective. Manifestation of evolution, vehicles of transformation, growth change in space/time, i.e., leaves, bark. Can be in time or outside of time.

    Dependent on space/time. Informs offshoots of creation. When you engage an articulated reality, it is application and story. Literal, given, physicality, reactive. Personal. Closest to your mental maps. Identity that takes care of basic needs, like food.

    BY  ENERGY  CENTER

     

    KOLLANA

    PAYAN

    KAYAO


    YACHAY


    [Chakras
    6, 7 & 8]

    Instinctual consciousness, mysteries of creation.

    Language, epistemology of the group, how we value our knowledge, commonality of knowledge (not necessarily objective).

    Reaction-based belief systems derived from repetition and experience. Cause/effect, memorization.

    MUNAY


    [Chakras 4 & 5]

    Your beingness as a child of Pachamama

    Group ideology (ecological systems).

    Causal connection, synchronicity. Group resonance.


    LLANK'AY


    [Chakras
    1, 2 & 3]

    Dynamics of creation crafting a future, DNA as an aspect of Wiracocha, center of exchange, original energetic map common to mankind. Previous lifetimes, your becoming, soul contracts.

    Blood lineage, sometimes karmic lineage; one's individual way of creating reality, how you invest in a co-created future. Personal genetic lineage (Irish, Sephardic Jew, etc.).

    How you do what you do.

    Source: Many thanks to Jose Luis Herrera.

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