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Numerology information Inti:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Definition funny of Inti:
According to the Inca mythology, Inti was the sun god, as well a patron deity of Tahuantinsuyu. His exact origin is not known. The most common story says he is the son of Viracocha, the god of civilization. Because the Inca religion was based around nature, the sun was perhaps the most important aspect of life because it provided warmth and light. Inti therefore is also known as the Giver of Life. He was worshipped mostly by farmers who relied on the sun to receive good harvests. Although he was the second most revered deity after Viracocha, he received the greatest number of offerings. The Sapa Inca, as ruler of the people, claimed divine heritage and direct descent from the Sun. He and his wife, Pachamama, the Earth goddess, were generally considered benevolent deities. Mama Quilla, his sister and the moon goddess (Killa), is also considered his wife. According to an ancient myth, Inti taught his son Manco Capac and his daughter Mama Ocllo the arts of civilization and they were sent to earth to pass this knowledge to mankind. Another legend however states Manco Capac was the son of Viracocha. Inti ordered his children to build the Inca capital where a divine golden wedge they carried with them, would fall to the ground. Incas believed this happened in the city of Cuzco. The Inca ruler was considered to be the living representative of Inti. Inti was also known as Apu Punchau, which means "leader of the daytime". Inti is represented as a golden disk with a human face. A great golden disk representing Inti was captured by the Spanish conquistadors in 1571 and was sent to the Pope via Spain. It has since been lost. The festival of Inti Raymi, which honors the sun-god, now attracts thousands of tourists each year to Cuzco, the ancient capital of the Inca empire. The festival of Inti was held during the winter solstice, which was around June 24 in the Incan Empire. The festival was held in Cuzco and was attended by the four sectors of Tahuantinsuyu. In Quechua, Inti Raimi, means "resurrection of the sun" or "the way/path of the sun." Military captains, government officials, and the vassals who attended were dressed in their best costumes, and carried their best weapons and instruments. Preparation for the festival of Inti Raymi began with a fast of three days, where also during those days there was no fire lit and the people refrained from sexual intercourse. This festival itself would last nine days, and during this time the people consumed massive amounts of food and drink. There were many sacrifices as well which were all performed on the first day. After the nine days everyone would leave with the permission of the Inca back to their states.
Inti is the source of all life.
Songs about Inti:
Inti Raimi by Yurac Malki from the Album Traditional Music Of The Incas
Inti Al Ajmal by Samy Clark from the Album Inti Al Ajmal
Inti Zinitna (You are our Jewel) by Emad Sayyah from the Album Emad Sayyah: Oriental Dance From Lebanon
Inti yoca by Ukamau from the Album 40 Best of Flutes and Songs from the Andes
Inti malakeh by Emad Sayyah from the Album Lebanese Bellydance
Haydi Inti by Wael Kfoury from the Album Omri Kellou
Inti El Hawa (Arabic / French / English) by Elie Karam from the Album Inti El Hawa (French English Arabic Versions)
Books about Inti:
Inti, the Very Helpful Llama by Honey Reese (Feb 4, 2014)
Inti-Illimani, Quilapayún e Illapu: juntos, en memoria de Allende.(concierto en aniversario de golpe de estado... by Roberto Ponce (Jul 31, 2005)
Inti by Frank Ghassemi (1992)
La canción en el sombrero. Historia de la música de Inti- Illimani (Spanish Edition) by Horacio Salinas Álvarez (Nov 15, 2013)
Inti: Webster's Timeline History, 1571 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jun 6, 2009)
De Inti Mu oz para Guillermo Sheridan.(funcionario se defiende de acusaciones en contra suya)(Transcripci n):... by Inti Mu oz Santini (Apr 19, 2005)
INTI: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by Elizabeth Benson (2005)
Movies about Inti:
Inti-Illimani: Lugares Comunes 2004 NR - Starring: Inti-Illimani
Naoto Inti Raymi - Tour 2011 Adventure Toki Ha Naoto Dai Koukai Jidai- Final In The Ryogoku Kokugikan UMBK-9274... Unrated -
INTI-ILLIMANI ANTOLOGIA Unrated -
Inti Hijo Del Sol - Sentimiento Cañari -
Naoto Inti Raymi - Live In Nippon Budokan Mubou ? Kandou ! Budokan !!! UMBK-9262 Unrated -
Naoto Inti Raymi - Tour 2012 Kazauta Caravan Caravan Dakedo Shiranai Hito Ni Ha Tsuite Iccha Dame! UMBK-1211 Unrated -
Japanese Movie - Naoto Inti Raymi Bokenki Tabi Uta Diary TBR-23268D Unrated -
Wiki information Inti:
Inti is the ancient Incan sun god. He is revered as the national patron of the Inca state. Although most consider Inti the sun god, he is more appropriately viewed as a cluster of solar aspects, since the Inca divided his identity according to the...
Inti-Illimani is an instrumental and vocal Latin American folk music ensemble from Chile. The group was formed in 1967 by a group of university students and it acquired widespread popularity in Chile for their song Venceremos which became the anthem...