Jorge Luis Delgado
Andean Healer and Shaman
Jorge Delgado was born in a small Andean village in Peru. In Andean Awakening Delgado opens the door to his mystical homeland as he describes his own journey of awakening and packs his personal narrative with fascinating details about Peru, its history, culture, mythos and magic. Delgado is our personal Quechua – a Bridge person who helps others to cross from ONE state of Conscious to another Dimension. Delgado bridges all who are AWAKENING to the Spiritual Power of the Andes, of Peru and legend of the Inca – The Return of the Children of the Light.
In the Inca tradition, there is no separation between the physical and spiritual worlds. Jorge Luis Delgado is expert at walking this path between both worlds. He received his early training from the Kallawaya shamans of the NE Lake Titicaca region, the lineage of the Wise Ones of the Andes, and from the Qero elders of Cusco, who are the last remaining tribal descendants of the Incas.
Jorge Luis has brought to public attention the Aramu Muru Doorway, an inter-dimensional portal located in the Hayu Marca mountains in south Peru. He is also a founding member of The Brotherhood of the Solar Disc, an Andean esoteric society.
Jorge Luis is clearly an embodied way-shower for this new Earth that we are creating. He teaches that a new consciousness is emerging, one leading to a Golden Age that will be fully activated by 2012. He is a keeper of the ancient knowledge and uses it to assist in healing for all who are ready.
He has taking part of some of the programs about Ancient Aliens of the National Geographic. Jorge and his wife have three children He resides in Puno, Peru. Visit him at his website: http://www.andeanawakening.com.
Jorge Luis Delgado
Jorge Luis Delgado Schedule
Oct 13th: TOPIC: He will be introducing the Peruvian Shamanic Teachings of shifting into the Higher AWAKENING Consciousness.
Oct 14th: TOPIC: He will be Teaching on the Sacredness of Peru and the Mystery of the Aramu Muru A Multi-Dimensional Doorway/Portal in the Hayu Marca Mountain in South Peru.