This ceremony consists in offering a retribution to our sacred MOTHER EARTH, for all the blessings received during the time of life.
Our ancestors the INKAS, worshiped and venerated with great festivities, music, dances, and the great offering, consisting of edible products of agricultural origin, marine elements and elements of animal origin, small amulets that attract fortune, various elements in sweets, candies , chocolates according to our teacher (CHAMAN), indicates that sweets and products that are of animal origin (fetuses and animal baits) are of their preference and these are placed in the offering.
The payment ceremony to the MOTHER EARTH is carried out according to what was announced in the sacred readings of the coca leaf, this shows us signs of flaws, in the life of the VISITOR, and this offering will go to rectify them, either in the different fields of life (HEALTH, MONEY, LOVE, etc.).
The sacred coca leaf, is still an important element, so that all requests are made with these, and the visitor has a very special connection, because they are directly involved with the requests, this is the beginning for ordering the different elements already described, and this process will end in forming a great package or OFFERING.
For being respectful of our Andean tradition and spirituality, we built a ceremonial center (TEMPLE), dedicated exclusively to this sacred ceremony, we are aware that there are energetic places where offerings can be made to MOTHER EARTH, according to our MASTER, descendant of our ancestors, can not be done anywhere.
To end the great offering or PAYMENT, with the presence of the sacred earth elements represented by: WATER (the chicha or fermented corn), FIRE (the big bonfire), EARTH (the place or pucara), AIR (winds, incenses), they will be sent accompanied by great prayers and petitions, the offering will dissipate in the FIRE, or will be buried in the space or pucara, according to the decision of the MASTER, with it the ceremony ends.
IMPORTANT: Participants in the ceremonies, can take pictures and therefore avoid distorting the ceremony and do so in complete silence, as the ceremony requires a degree of coordination among the participants and concentration by the Andean Priest.