More than 15 years ago, before the year 1998, the idea of the name AYLLU K’ANCHAQ QOYLLUR was born during the Holy talks held by the brothers Ttito Condori. At that time there was a great need for masters in the Andean territories like Acomayo Pomacanchi … including the territories of Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Inkas? From a very young age Brother Adolfo was undertaking trips to the Holy Mountains and the Andean villages, because many people who believed in the Apus and pachamamas, requested his healing services, ceremonies, spiritual help etc. This is why the journey continued unabated for years, alongside his full brothers, his spiritual brothers, his family and clients. During these trips he had the opportunity in each place and town to explore and experience the Apus and pachamamas. At the same time he had good relationships with some masters of the Andean villages.
During the period in which brother Rodolfo was traveling and in training, he constantly had sacred meetings with his families and different masters. He continued exploring and sharing his knowledge with people who needed that. The wisdom and practice of his ancestors were in a stage of “Ñijch’ariy” (the ancestral awakening) to stay alive through the teachings…Brother Rodolfo recognized the need for educated people and became sincerely interested in organizing an Ayllu of brothers, sisters and masters who would out of love for their ancestors and cosmic spirits like to help people who needed them.
For many such requests brother Adolfo, Rodolfo and some other brothers have made sacred journeys to help and heal people. In those days, both brothers also held talks and sacred meetings that explored some teachings and rites of the masters. The vision and the idea of an Ayllu were always so present during these meetings and conversations. Both brothers often were so deeply engaged in spiritual matters and connected with their ancestors, that they forgot to eat, sleep and work. Perhaps this all was planned by the Andean gods and ancestors, for Tupay and Taqey…
Then the spiritual need of the Andean people at that time, led to the decision of brother Adolfo and Rodolfo to formalize the name AYLLU K’ANCHAQ QOYLLUR. Subsequently more brothers and sisters joined the Ayllu. Cell phone and internet were not yet available and now the Ayllu was much easier to find for the ones seeking for help, being united under the name AYLLU K’ANCHAQ QOYLLUR.
On the other hand, the name at that time, K’ACHAQ QOYLLUR was dedicated in prayers to brother Adolfo, given to him by the spirits since he was studying with his masters, the alto mesayocs. So the name became mysterious and interesting. It seemed as if it would made more sense to give this name to the ancestral Aully.
Exactly at the right time every word of the name Ayllu K’anchag Qoyllur was interpreted and analyzed at the old style of the Inca masters and the Andean Ancestors, near to the Andean cosmos. Ultimately the name AKQ was suitable for the Ayllu of the masters. So the name was born that nowdays is known by the majority of brothers and sisters and many people already know its meaning and implication.
Later, with the blessings of the spirits and the cosmos we opened small offices without any computers or office supplies. People could visit us for example in Cusco, Machupicchu, Pomacanchi, Acomayo and the Sacred Valley. In many of these places were clients or students who organized the appointments. Many of their houses were used as an office as well as a place of worship of the Apus (Hatun Misa Mast’ay). People from the area came in pairs or small groups to be served according to their needs. In this way many people had more and more the opportunity to visit and receive healing. There was no specific and unique place to stay and wait for clients or students to come, more to the contrary he had to take long trips, like 1 to 3 days of hours of hiking as people were in need, because in those days, roads or highways did not reach faraway places or Andean villages. In fact, if one wanted to rent a car, it would be so expensive that clients who needed attention of brother Adolfo and the apus, simply could not afford. So it was almost obligatory to walk long distances, loaded with packages containing different needs and materials. Sometimes he used donkeys or llamas to carry the loads. When he arrived, people received him with so much love and hugs, that they felt like family to him. Practically they became an ayllu, because some brothers and sisters now became part of the ayllu K’ANCHA QOYLLUR. Some of them were waiting with food, offered their home for the night or as long as you liked to stay. He became accustomed to travel this way and many years went by. Mostly, when brother Adolfo needed to visit the holy places or was called by the mountains, someone was willing to accompany him during those long walks. At other times it were the brothers of the ayllu who accompanied him in Ayni.
Later brother Adolfo had several Andean students who already were Pampa Misayoqs in line of the Paco’s –Shamans of some places, such as Machupicchu, Saywa and Cusco. While these things were happening, brother Adolfo and members of AKQ started to teach brothers and sisters from abroad, such as China and America. Therefore it became necessary to speak English and adjust the way of teaching. Students and clients from abroad had other traditions and customs to which he had to get used to little by little.
Before the year 2005 the Ayllu K’ANCHAQ QOYLLUR was only focused on Peruvians, speaking Spanish, Quechua or Aymara. People kept coming in search of spiritual help, healing and the practice of rites and ceremonies. Ayllu K’anchaq Qoyllur soon began to receive brothers and sisters from abroad and ratified some Andean prophecies. The brothers and sisters from the United States also began to visit Peru for studying the Andean spiritual path with brother Adolfo and masters and members of the AKQ. In those years the internet and cell phone were already trendy, changing every year, but you could use them to communicate. Then seeing the special needs of the foreign students, brother Rodolfo, with the help of the Ayllu, established the formal and legal needs for the AKQ, because Peruvian laws have certain requirements to be allowed to organize travels. Brother Rodolfo took over the management because the teachings and practices of the masters could be developed by prior planning, organization and management. The brothers and sisters could now unfold under a concept of a spiritual organization. It was the right time to call in more Andean masters, to confirm the Ayllu of masters, so that they can explore and teach in a more organized way, under the concept of Ayllu. Meaning the Andean community of masters. Certain guidelines were initiated in line with the paqos, and capacities of the Andean masters so that they could understand and adapt the new system of teachings and practices for the benefit of the brothers who came from abroad. Here it should be noted that some brothers have not yet managed to adapt, mostly in places where there is a lot of pollution and in the cities…