Saturday, September 29, 2018

Project Quechua fundraiser for Quechua Benefit



Want to join Project Quechua in supporting a good cause? Project Quechua is raising money for Quechua Benefit and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support. I've included information about Quechua Benefit below. 

Quechua Benefit operates in the highlands of Peru delivering dental care, clothing, medicine, shelter, food, and sociological services to the Quechua population, with a focus on women and children. Our goal is to create sustainable solutions that nurture life skills and deliver hope for the future through education.







For more information on Quechua Benefit, please visit: https://www.QuechuaBenefit.org/

Project Quechua


Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Appreciation • Honor • Admiration


I proudly own and cherish the following (3 ft x 5 ftflags 

Iroquois Confederacy (Haudenosaunee )

Oglala Lakoda Sioux

Northern Cheyenne

Cherokee Nation

United Sioux Tribes




Sunday, September 16, 2018

• Project Quechua •


Haykuykuy!


My name is John Pescoran and was born in Lima, Perú. I've been in the process of downloading (learning) as much Ruasimi: Quechua into my mind, heart and soul. 


I've launched Project Quechua in order to preserve and show my appreciation, admiration, and spread the beautiful language that is, Runasimi: Quechua

Right now, I am in the process of creating a book, art and other Quechua related works. I'm hoping to release these creations sometime this year.

Confluence, my thirst for knowledge, adoration for indigenous life, arts, beliefs, spirituality and so much more, has been a major drive in my influence to launch Project Quechua

*Further information on Project Quechua can be found here: 
Quechua • Runasimi
2 Kachina Doll: CHASING STAR • Nanga Sohu 
Runasimi • Language of the People


Paqarinkama

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Runasimi • Language of the People






“When we lose our language, we lose our. Who we are is our language.

Indigenous languages of the world really are living languages, they come from an oral tradition. We develop the brain so that we can remember everything about natural law, the natural universe, and everything within, and also, how to live. And it’s all in our languages.”



Russell Means, 2011 (Language Lost)


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ART PRINTS (1) (2) (3) 

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