Vuelan Versucum
Ayahuasca_Visions

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Pablo Amaringo

Vuelan Versucum
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Vuelan Versucum
Vuelan Versucum

From time to time a shaman needs to rehearse his icaros so he will not forget them when healing. Vuelan versucum, which means ‘songs which fly’, is a solitary practice requiring a free day so that he can become fully conversant with his icaros.

Performing this ceremony is a sumiruna at the bottom left, a muraya at the bottom right, and banco sumi above. Each one is bathing in the eternal fire while celestial beings charge their pipes with healing energy. The shaman imparts this energy to his patients when healing with tobacco smoke.

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