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Andean Voices - Mystics and Healers of Peru

Barbara Perrins & Juan Murillo

Travel with us through the Peruvian Andes and listen to the voices of indigenous masters and the mountain spirits with whom they speak.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-688-1
Published : 29/10/2020
Pages : 164
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Barbara Perrins

Before and during her time with the indigenous people of the Peruvian Andes which led to this book, Barbara worked as a translator, interpreter and educator in the U.S. and abroad. She is multi-lingual and has traveled throughout the world meeting and learning from native groups in North and South America, East and West Africa and Southeast Asia, among others. She now lives in Portland Oregon with her dog Milo.

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Juan Murillo

Juan was born and raised in Cusco, Peru where he still lives with his large family and many friends. In addition to being a partner in several small enterprises, he has dedicated his life to understanding the history and cosmovision of Peru's native peoples, his own ancestors. Juan is an Andean priest, considered their brother by the Q'eros, whom he advises and supports, especially in their dealings with governmental institutions.

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About Book

Travel with us through the Peruvian Andes and listen to the voices of indigenous masters and the mountain spirits with whom they speak.

This book talks about Juan Murillo's and Barbara Perrins' personal experiences, the history of the native Andean mountain people and the extraordinary powers of the Q'ero Nation's teachers.

Juan and Barbara tell us the stories of those they met on their journey, several of whom became their close friends. Each writer relays what they observed and learned, witnesses to the indigenous teachers'
ability to heal and see what was and what will be.

In each chapter the authors introduce new native friends, all of whom become important allies in their joint effort to create a better quality of life for themselves, their families and communities.

This is the story of a Peruvian man and an American woman who spent 20 years walking through the Peruvian Andes, meeting and listening to the modern descendants of the famous Inca civilization. Their wisdom and teachings inform the authors' lives today.

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