Natural color, cotton front flap bag
Measurements- 13“h x 13”w x 3“d
Bag Handle Length– 37”
Chasqui is a Quechua word that means, mail, messenger. Chasqui’s were young runners, considered the personal messenger of the Inca, that carried a message or message in the postal system of the Tahuantinsuyo. They ran the entirety of Inca empire at great speed and used a system of posts (tampus) to deliver messages or objects. Chasquis trained from a young age and were highly respected community members.
Pachacutek – the prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor – came from the Q’ero people of Peru over 500 years ago. Pachacutek calls for a time when the indigenous people of the south and the north, represented by the Eagle and the Condor, will share knowledge and return to our roots and our cultures.
In our logo art, you see each of these birds represented. On top is the Condor, and below is the Eagle. The art work is inspired by the breathtaking and mind-blowing Nazca Lines of Nazca, Peru.
For Indigenous Come Up, the time for Pachacutek is now. We are preparing, and healing, for a world without systems that do more harm than good.