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Apus de Doce Tutelary Mountains Carving

SKU: si0034

 • Product Size: 3" L  x  2.25" H  x  3.5" W

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Abelardo & Luzmarina Mirano


Masterly hand carved stone piece of Twelve Mountain peaks embodying the energy of the Apus (mountain spirits) and the Andean cosmology and symbology by Cusco shamanic artists Abelardo and Luz Marina. Each peak is identified on the piece. A three leaf symbol of the kintu, the coca leaves used often in ceremony, is carved onto the bottom of the arte. Comes with it own wool bag, color may vary. Crafted in Peru.

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  • Apu means Lord or Mountain spirit, the tutelary nature deity of a village or region, inhabiting the peaks of the highest mountain, typically speaking of mountains in and around the Cusco, Peru area.

    Traditionally there are twelve tutelary mountain spirits of Cuzco city Peru:

    • APU AUSANGATE
    • APU SALKANTAY
    • MAMA SIMONA APU PIKOL
    • APU MANUEL PINTA
    • APU WANAKAURI
    • APU PACHATUSAN
    • APU PIJCHU A
    • PU SAQSAYWAMAN
    • APU WIRAQOCHAN
    • APU PUKIN
    • APU SENQ’A

    Apus are generally considered male nature energies, except for a few aberrant females like Mama Simona in Cuzco, Veronica in the Sacred Valley, and Putukusi of Machu Picchu.

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    Abelardo & Luzmarina Mirano

    Abelardo and his wife Luzmarina are master shamanic artisans. They have been creating traditional sacred stone carving for many years and are well respected by shamans, teachers and practitioners both in Peru and abroad. Their art is infused with a deep understanding of Andean cosmology, ancient shamanic practices and a deep love for the apus and Pachamama. They live in Cusco, Peru with their three beautiful children Paola, Chaska and Sebastian.

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