Cotacachi Indigenous / Ecuador / Ecuador Culture

The Eagle and Condor Prophecy is Being Fulfilled

The Eagle and Condor Prophecy is Being Fulfilled

Our friend and partner Cindy Keegan sent this Eagle and Condor article by Bruce Lipton and Steve Bhaerman, two North Americans writing for the Louise Hay website.  It reiterates Pro-Ecuador’s constant theme about the coming peace and harmony promised in prophecies that are centuries old and that echo across time in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres.

The Aztec calendar is divided into great sections of time knows as pachacutis, each lasting about 500 years.  We are now in the Fifth Pachacuti, an era of peace that began in 1992. After the previous pachacutis’ reign of terror, we are due some harmony on the planet.

Lipton credits much of the global turmoil to humanity’s neglect of the feminine, the Mother, the Earth itself.  A terrible disconnect has resulted in rampant materialism, planetary imbalances and domination by the masculine polarity.  It’s nice to know that the message of the Eagle and the Condor is reaching North American mainstream spirituality and joining the movement to restore the feminine to her rightful place of equality with the masculine.

Lipton footnotes as his source Don Alverto Taxo, an Ecuador shaman Gary and I know who has visited our green development to assist us with a land clearing.


Don Alverto and his daughter on a visit to Cotacachi

Taxo works with North Americans in the areas of spirituality and communication, using the ancient Eagle and Condor prophecy as a reminder that we have been connected before and we will come together again to share our gifts with each other in peace and love.

Click here to read the article in its entirety.

Click here to connect to the Pachamama Alliance, an organization that works to preserve Mother Earth’s rainforests and empower the indigenous people of the world to be her custodians.


One Comment

  1. It was great to read this post and see Don Alverto’s picture! Thank you for speaking about him and his work. If people are interested to know more about Don Alverto, his website is, and the website of the land reclamation and ecological/spiritual community that he is creating in Ecuador, Loma de Ensueños, is
    Looking forward to seeing you both – perhaps in August when we’ll be at the Loma for 3 weeks! Love, Helen