Ingapirca

Ingapirca

NEVER MISTAKE MOON REVERENCE AS JUST SOME NEW AGE WHITE FOLK TING. 🌔🌚

This photo is of a stone calendar located in Ingapirca — home of the ancient ruins of the indigenous Cañari people in the rural highlands of what is now Ecuador. The holes were used to catch water in ways that would reflect the moon at various angles and holes which would the determine the date and time. As such, their calendar was divided by 28 day periods. This calendar also was in sync with the women’ menstrual cycles, in ways that affirmed this matriarchal society right to its foundational design and relationship w time.

Happy New Moon in Leo.

Libellus de Medicinalibus Indorum Herbis

Libellus de Medicinalibus Indorum Herbis

Luz Colada

Luz Colada

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