The ancestral knowledge from Tibet to the Andes

In his first trip to South America, the fourteenth Dalai Lama and his personal astrologer Lama Lodro met two Andean shamans of Peru and Bolivia, the ancient tales of the old Tibetan shaman healers referring to a place hidden away between the mountains of the South American continent, a place of high energy similar to their land, they spoke of the powerful keepers of knowledge and a spiritual culture similar to Bon (pre-Buddhist religion of Tibet). Thanks to the translators, the Dalai Lama and indigenous healers descendants of the Inca people, had a long conversation and the exchange of gifts and amulets, on that occasion, the Dalai Lama say:


“We all have in common the ultimate teaching that resides in the supreme deity of the visible sky, and where they shine the shapes of perfect beings, the 28 mysterious guides, the magnitude of constellations. The universe can be understood only by those who live in harmony with creation, meditate, listen to him and can sense hostile and friendly forces of nature. “

Find objects taino bone and clay

Objects of the Taino culture, carved in whalebone and manatee. Made in huallacán wood, ceramic and stone, were used in their rituals and as offerings for healing, represent the supernatural Gods.


Ritualamulets supports and promotes the importance of indigenous knowledge and its manifestations spiritual, cultural and artistic activities as a form of multiculturalism, back to the essence and appreciation of our true human identity. They are the indigenous peoples who hold greater knowledge about respectful relationship between man, cosmos and nature.
From the last two thousand years the science and philosophy tries to explain the radical and ultimate nature of ‘human being and every kind of knowledge can be inside of intellectual, keeping his distance from the empirical and ancestral reality of the natives.

The Indigenous Cosmovision evokes the strong bond that unites all people and embraces the ancient traditions.