AYLLU “K’ANCHAQ QOYLLUR”
(community light stars)
The words AKQ come from the Quechua language, created by the Andean gods. These words are used for the name of the organization Ayllu K’anchaq Qoyllur. The dictionary of the Royal Academy of larger Quechua defines Ayllu as: A social organization of the empire, where the villages are formed by Ayllus or communities as principle supporters and organizers. K’ANCHAQ means light, bright and illuminating. All masters and students strive to reach these levels in the different teachings and practices. QOYLLUR is defined as: A celestial body. Dawn for both new masters and the traditional knowledge and practices. Below is a brief explanation of each.
We are a cell in the Andean cosmology and a source from which the principles flow. The masters, who have the privilege of belonging to our Ayllu, all have the same principles: peace, integrity, harmony and conservation of ancestral knowledge. We are an Ayllu or community of masters who is interested in and concerned about, unity and diversity, according to the teachings of our ancestors. We like to maintain and retain this Ayllu, because we think it is important to continue the line of Ayllus.
Our Ayllu is part of the divine light in the Andean cosmology and is a source of light for knowledge and practice. It also radiates this light on the laws of the Andean cosmology and helps us to find the reflection of the cosmos in ourselves and clarity in our spiritual journey.
In our Ayllu the whole community is one body that has its own glow, like a celestial body. We teach and practice what we have to do in these times. The Andean masters are like the expected and promised seeds from the Andean grandparents and will connect us to a new dawn and transform our lifes.