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- The Ayar Brothers Legend -
Inca Spirit takes its name from the legend of the four Ayar Inca brothers. In most of their performances they have four musicians to symbolize each of the Ayar brothers. Ayar in Quechwa means spirit:
Manco means stone,
Cachi means salt,
Uchu means hot pepper,
Auca means fighter. Stone spirit, Salt spirit, Hot pepper spirit and Fighter spirit.
The four brothers, Ayar Manco, Ayar Cachi, Ayar Uchu and Ayar
Auca, lived inside Pacariqtambo (Inn of Dawn). The four pairs of brothers and their sisters were created
by Viracocha to rule the world. They emerged from four windows from the entrails of Mount Tamputoco, in Pacariqtambo.
The whole world was living in an unruly, uncivilised manner. The Ayar brothers began with organising mankind and divided tribal people into eight large communities. Leading the new ayllus (small family cell) the brothers set off in search of fertile land to sustain themselves. They planted the seeds they borought with them and lived in valleys after the harvest they moved on towards Cuzco. (Qosqo means belly button or center of something) They carried Sunturpaucar, a long golden staff adorned with colorful jungle feathers, a cage with a sun-bird who could talk and give advice and a sacred golden Kero (a large cup). Ayar
Cachi's powerful Honda (sling shot) could make earthquakes and make valleys and mountains rise. His strength and violent streaks worried his brothers. Ayar
Cachi’s brothers deceived him into returning into the cave of Tamputoko to obtain forgotten Kero vases.
They then sealed the cave entry with massive boulders.
As they traveled, Ayar Auca sprouted large Condor wings. He flew to Qorikancha (now the Golden Temple of the Sun) and was finally transformed into stone. Arriving near Cuzco, Ayar
Uchu was turned also into a stone figure on the Huanacauri mountain. These stone figures were revered as gods and protector guardians. That left just one survivor, Ayar
Manco, he was told by the talking bird to through in the air the golden staffs. The staffs landed in fertile land and sank. This was the sign to establish a village, which he named Qosqo(Center of the world).
Ayar Manco conceived Cuzco as a major administrative and ceremonial center. The city was erected on the slopes of a hill (the summit being reserved for the great fortress of Sacsayhuamán) and adopted the puma as its totemic symbol. The city’s shape is that of a Puma, Flanked by two rivers; between these, the succeeding Incas built palaces, squares, streets and public buildings, which have survived through the centuries to this day.(https://www.incaspirit.com/text/incacult.htm)
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