#SevenRaysMonastery 💥 Inca Priest Amaru Maru and The Gold Disk: Legend tells of a Inca priest called Aramu Muru who belonged to the Seven Rays Monastery – where cult worship of the sun took place – who set out on foot from Tiahuanaco to Cusco carrying a gold disc. Along the way he disappeared and was never seen again. This period in history coincides with the conquest and the Spanish troops had just taken Cusco. The priest is said to have taken refuge in the mountains to prevent the gold disc, created by the Gods, from falling into the hands of the Spanish. The ancient inhabitants of Lake Titicaca named the gigantic stone door after him. However over time the doors name and location were forgotten. Aramu Muru knew where the door was and also a secret method to gain access to its interior and to other dimensions. He disappeared behind the door with the intention of saving himself and the solar disc.


 S. America (Peru, I believe) that was said to be a ‘gate’. A large/tall rock outcropping with a kind of doorway carved in it. There was a circular impression right in the middle, which legend says that during certain times of the year if you insert a special golden “sun disc” in the middle of that impression it will open a ‘gate’ to where the gods reside. Legend describes it appearing as a swirling mist that continually ejects from the blackened shadowy doorway when the gate is accessed/opened. Those that go in or come out appear to fade from view.

The monastery became the home of the Brotherhood of the Seven Rays.

The island of Og the Incas built their spiritual society atop the ruins, in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru. The Brotherhood of the Seven Rays became the leading force in their spiritual life. So, over time, Aramu Maru gave the Incas the use of the Golden Sun Disc.

The Incas placed the Golden Sun Disc inside their Temple of the Sun, in the Peruvian city of Cusco. They used it to receive information directly from the Sun god, Viracocha, the Universal Mind at the center of the galaxy.

This enormous disc stood in the Temple of the Sun until the 1500s when the Spanish conquistadors landed in Peru and destroyed the temple. At that time Aramu Muru moved it to Lake Titicaca where it remained hidden beneath the waters, in a subterranean temple at the monastery of the Brotherhood of the Seven Rays.