Symbolically, I’ll refer to the awakenig of the puma, as a countles number of successive astronomical manifestations in temples, wakas and power places, all along the Andes, Many of these solar and stellar manifestations are taking place now. the invaders ignorance concerning our ancestors´s solar science, shown clearly by the systematic destruction of temples and wakas, received full support of the church. Fortunately. This destructive process did not annihilate averything. There is still strong evidence of our culture, and it is in those sacred places, with pachamama´s love and wiracocha ‘s light, that men and women of the new era will participate in the slow but inexorable Awakening of a solar consciousness.
According to the meteorological observations recorded by the Meteorological center of Machu Picchu between 1965 and 1975, the annual temperature of Machu Picchu has two marked periods:
1.- the cold months, based on the winter solstice during June, July and August, registered a minimum temperature of 1.2.celsius (34.16 f).
2. – the warn months of rainy season registered a maximum temperature of 21.6 celsius (70.88 F). Rainfall records also show periods: the rainy season, which occurs in the summer from December to March, reaches 2,000 mm. the dry season, which is in the remaining months, reaches only 33.8 mm. per month.
I have had the good fortune to get to this hostal, the price to pay for a double room was truly economic, price does not cover the service I got, very friendly people at the hotel told me that belonged to a network of Breakfast Cusco. Quipu The hostel is a cozy and clean accommodation, service is good, you can feel at home, so during a trip is not very common.
I recommend everyone to hose who visit Cusco Peru.
I spent 4 days and 3 nights at Hostal Quipu Cusco. The attention is very good I feel like I was at home. The people are very friendly and attentive. My position in Cusco was very nice and comfortable in the hotel. I would recommend the hotel as a very good choice to feel at home
The rooms were clean and spacious, the wifi worked well, showers were hot, and the breakfast was delicious. I would definitely stay here again!!
Kunturqaqa is no population, not a special group of platforms, it is simply a large rocky promontory projecting Watanay closing the valley. It is located west of the old town of Pikillacta of the city of Cusco, on the left bank of the river Watanay. Its name translates as “Rock of the Condors” and is so named because the shape of the rock is shaped like the head of a condor. But, what is the true significance of this place? The Victor Angles explains: “The place has historical content, there, on the side that falls almost vertical, the Inca sent Wiraqocha paint two condors, one in submissive attitude with wings folded in the process of fleeing the Cusco, the other belligerent attitude as moving toward Cusco, the first symbolizes Yahuar Huaca who left Cusco and took refuge in Choquepucjio, the second to that of Chitapampa Wiracocha became sullen and restated the city of Cusco to defend the chanca danger and got it. “