Juan Nunez del Prado has been researching ‘The Supernatural Andean World’ since 1968. In 1979, he became apprentice to Don Benito Qoriwaman Vargas, Don Melchor Deza, Don Andres Espinoza and Don Mauel Quispe. All of them were indigenous Andean spiritual teachers, traditionally called ‘Paqo’ or ‘Alto Misayoq’. Their beliefs combined fundamental Christian beliefs, with beliefs and rituals originating from the sophisticated Pre Columbian animism of the Incas.
In this lecture Graham will explore the multiple ways in which we live simultaneously with the visible, or what we can perceive through our senses, and the invisible. The invisible pertains to any number of ordinary realms – the sensory, the operations of the mind, the phenomenal world, and the cosmological.