Wachuma is an Andean plant in the Cusco Andes that has the power to attract a better knowledge of the human being. Icarus accompany the ceremony to concentrate on finding the way of ascent.
San Pedro is a potent teacher plant that helps us reconnect with ourselves. In its native habitat, it grows at altitudes of 6,600 – 9,800 feet. The ceremony makes it possible to create a profound inner journey that can tremendously help your life. We do our ceremonies in small intimate groups of a maximum of 10 people.
It is a cactus native to the Andes between the deserts and mountains.
Some Andes – Inca ceramics made between 1300 and 500 B.C. show the cactus associated with the deer. On the Southern coast of the Andes, large ceramic urns of the Nazca society, dated 100 B. C. – A.D. 500, shows the symbolism of Wachuma.
The Wachuma stems are light to dark green, sometimes glaucous, with a 5–30 cm diameter and 6–8 ribs. The whitish areolas may produce up to seven yellow to brown spines, each 2 cm long; the plant is sometimes spineless. Trichocereus pachanoi is usually 1–6 m (3–20 ft.), taller, and has multiple branches, generally extending from the base. The flowers are large, around 15–25 cm long, with a diameter of up to 20 cm. There are black hairs along the length of the tube leading to the flower.
THE CHURCH DOMINATION
In their paganism, they were using it for their lies and superstitions. If devoted, some pilgrims believe these holy places may undergo a metamorphosis to cure illness and influence witchcraft.
San Pedro experience
Wachuma Ceremony Cusco 1 Day