The five circles are five lenses that symbolically also represent people and their visual difficulties such as nerve dysfunction (in blue), retinal damage (in pink), severe light sensitivity (in orange), and strabismus (in Black). Through medical help there’s a revival of sight and people experiencing life with their own eyes. Motives translated into design represent various Inca philosophy and beliefs.
It is fascinating to become acquainted with Peruvian culture but quite a shock when learning of religious human sacrifices to idolatry. Thousands of children have lost their lives for centuries until civilization brought it to an end. This is the very reason why red is the dominant color representing not only the national flag of Peru but also the blood shed. Doctors from all over the U.S, as many others before them, who brought to the indigents the good tidings of better life, now are also bringing to life the sight to those in darkness. As you might notice the glasses in the children’ s hands and the sight tool over the woman’s eyes. Underneath the roots dwell the so believed ancient civilization built with stones and preserved with the heart.
Llama is a very social animal partaking in the life of Inca population. Also, its symbol represents nobility: either in social status or character qualities: dressed with a collared yellow vest and dotes as society’s number of classes. According to the Inca tradition, ancestors were buried underneath the habitations as you notice the different shades of gold squares spreading along the green valley. There’s time to work, enjoy the nature’s bounty and ponder upon its value. Llama’s body is full of ancient writing symbols telling a story yet waiting to be discovered. Nazca lines reflecting from earth to the sky our wonder, eagerness and leap of hope we’re not alone in this universe.
Your truth is not engraved on marble rocks or wooden trunks, nor is it written with ink but rather in the hearts of the ones who used the word as the most sacred tool that their Creator gifted them with. To this very day they still keep such tradition, dedicating all they have to their Creator, their Father, including their land: At-Landina _ Father-Land.