Online Zoom Gatherings
No matter where you are in the world, you can learn from the Q'ero. Learn more about our Sunday Sami Services and other workshops and gatherings.
Full Moon Gatherings
EVERY FULL MOON we join together as Global Paqos to focus our attention on Pachamamas’ most urgent need. Harnessing and directing the power of our collective bubble is our work. This often involves Global Hoocha Eating and Digestion, along with Sami Blasting and "Necatarizing" people, places or issues we identify as most in need. Together we work for the evolution of each other and humanity. New and Full Moon provide us the date and time for each and every Paqo Ops, and our focus is often organically and collaboratively developed through our Global Paqo Collective. We invite you to join in as often as you like.
Please be advised Hawaii DOES NOT CHANGE TIME DURING THE YEAR—so please adjust for your countries’ shift in hours during Daylight Savings Time.
THIS JULY FULL BUCK SUPERMOON APEX WILL BE AT 8:37 AM HST, SO WE WILL BEGIN OUR PRACTICE AT 8:15 AM HST PLEASE JOIN FROM WHEREVER YOU ARE!
We will begin 22 minutes prior to FULL BUCK MOON APEX—So be ready to join us here at 8:15 PM Hawaii Time, 11:15 PST, 2:15 PM EST, and 6:15 PM UTC. Please adjust to your time zone—a great part of becoming a Global Paqo!
Relax for a bit. Learn something new. Feel better now.
The Return of the Inka August 7, 2022
1:00PM - 4:00PM PERU TIME
The Q'ero Cultural Center will be housed at the CASONA CORRALES, a beautiful new Hotel owned by Aldo & Roger Corrales, sons of Paucartambo and friends of Wiraqocha Foundation & the Q'ero. Located just one half block off CUSI PATA Square (Plaza Regocijo) in the Heart of Cuzco City, the Q'ero will celebrate the opening of their beautiful healing center, weaving demonstration house, and store for their ancestral weaving arts.Begun in 1949 when Oscar Ñuñez del Prado first recognized the Q'ero as descendants of the Inka, to the first academic expedition in 1955, to the granting of their homeland land rights back to the Q'ero in the 1960's, to 1996 when Elizabeth Jenkins, Juan Nuñez del Prado & Don Manuel Q'espi taught the very first workshop on the Inka Mystical Tradition, to 2011 when the Q'ero Nation was recognized as "the last Inka Village on earth" a Cultural Patrimony of Peru, serious individuals have been fighting for the rights of the Q'ero.
Fast forward to 2017 when a conversation between our Ñust'a (Q'ero Women) Paqos and Elizabeth, made known that there was little understanding or appropriate compensation given to our Q'ero weavers for their magnificent, prayer-filled, ancestral weavings, the foundation of economy for the Q'ero household.
After years of mistreatment as second class citizens in Cuzco, the Q'ero will now stand tall in their own healing and weaving house in the heart of Cuzco. Please join this effort that grew from the first bud of a heartfelt idea, into this full flowering.On August 7, 2022 we will inaugurate the first ever Hatun Q'eros Cultural Healing Center in Cuzco, Peru.