THE VIRACOCHA FORMULA


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The Viracocha Formula

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Who was Viracocha?

What did he teach?

Where did he come from?


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"Through all the ancient legends of the peoples of the Andes walked a tall, bearded, pale-skinned figure wrapped in a cloak of secrecy. And though he was known by many different names in many different places he was always recognizably the same figure: Viracocha, Foam of the Sea, a master of science and magic who wielded terrible weapons and who came in a time of chaos to put the world in order."

"The same basic story was shared in many variations by all the people of the Andean region. It began with a vivid description of a terrifying period when the earth had been inundated by a great flood and plunged into darkness by the disappearance of the sun. Society had fallen into disorder, and the people suffered much hardship.

"Then there suddenly appeared, coming from the south, a white man of large stature and authoritative demeanor. This man had such great power that he changed the hills into valleys and from the valleys made great hills, causing streams to flow from the living stone...

"The early Spanish chronicler who recorded this tradition explained that it had been told to him by the Indians he had traveled among on his journeys in the Andes:

"And they heard it from their fathers, who in their turn had it from the old songs which were handed down from very ancient times ... They say that this man traveled along the highland route to the north, working marvels as he went and that they never saw him again. They say that in many places he gave men instructions how they should live, speaking to them with great love and kindness and admonishing them to be good and to do no damage or injury one to another, but to love one another and show charity to all. In most places they called him Ticci Viracocha...

"Other names applied to the same figure included Huaracocha, Con, Con Ticci or Kon Tiki, Thunupa, Taapac, Tupaca and Illa. He was a scientist, an architect of amazing skills, a sculptor and an engineer: ‘He caused terraces and fields to be formed on the steep sides of ravines, and sustaining walls to rise up and support them. He also made irrigating channels to flow... and he went in various directions, arranging many things."



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This mini e-course finally reveals who Viracocha likely was and why he appears to have been some sort of a god to the people. The course further reveals Viracocha's Formula and how to apply it for fast, dramatic life changes!




The Viracocha Formula

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