When Willaru is asked, he strongly states that he is not a teacher, a shaman or any other form of hierarchical heritage. He simply says he is a student of life. His connection to the Great White Brotherhood is obvious as a presence of powerful truth and integrity. Yet in person, Willaru is extremely humble, impeccably honest, and completely open, sharing deep truths that transcend all traditions, cultures and races.
"After 2000 years, the Sun is rising. Its rays bring health, purity and wisdom for the healing of all humanity... We live in a time of the fulfillment of prophesy."
Willaru is a Sun’s Messenger of the Inca's Andean Mystery School Initiate
Born a Quetchua Indian in Peru, he learned to receive truth during spiritual quests in the amazon jungle, from the Masters of the Inner Cities and his interactions with local shamans. A few years ago he had a vision to travel to Cuzco, as a chasqui (messenger) for the Great White Brotherhood with messages pertaining to the transitional times in which we live.
"The Incan prophecies say that now, in this age, when the eagle of the North and the condor of the South fly together, the Earth will awaken. The eagles of the North cannot be free without the condors of the South. Now it's happening. Now is the time. The Aquarian Age is an era of light, an age of awakening, an age of returning to natural ways. Our generation is here to help begin this age, to prepare through different schools to understand the message of the heart, intuition, and nature."
"We must return to the ways of nature and recognize that we are a part of the Sun, Moon, Earth, Water, and Air. Mother Nature is within us and we within her. Each of our lives are divine temples of Mother Nature and Father Creator." ~ Willaru
"Each person is a Sacred Temple. The altar of that temple is the heart. The fire of love, a reflection of the greater light, burns upon this altar. This light within must be acknowledged and cared for. This is the religion of the Sons of the Sun. It is the universal, cosmic, solar religion.”