Material: Acrylic on Canvas Dimensions: 59 x 79 cm
Limbert was one of the long-time teachers at the Usko Ayar school and like most of the other alumni, he paints natural sceneries of the Amazonian rainforest next to paintings about the cosmovision of the Amazonian tribes.
The theme of this painting is the huachuma cactus, a strong medicinal plant of the Andes region of Peru. The Inkas taught its use to the indiginous tribes of the Amazonian rainforest and the Inkas also learned from the indiginous shamans of the medicinal plants of the rainforest. Next to the Inka sjaman, we see the hummingbird (picaflor) symbolizing the messenger of divine wisdom, the eye of the protecting jaguar (Otorongo), the Condor, butterfly and an extraterrestrial being. The pink and orange stars and spirals are the Tingunas symbolizing the light beings present.
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