Global Contacts

Our Global Shamanic Community is organized into five regional groups within the US with additional communities worldwide. Our community members, practitioners of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition Shamanic Arts, gather for seasonal Earth honoring ceremonies and Full/New Moon Ceremonies as well as pilgrimages to sacred sites. If you would like to participate in a Pachakuti Mesa Tradition gathering, please contact your local community members. Sign up for the monthly calendar of events!

“The main purpose of our coming together is to open our hearts so fully to one another that even the slightest remnant of fear that is consciously or unconsciously part of our human experience shall be transformed by the power of unlimited Love into an experience of Communion with a sentient, compassionate, infinitely wise Universe. We are here to teach love by the way we live. As Pachakuti Mesa Carriers we are “cultural transformers” awake to the primacy of consciousness with Creation.”

don Oscar Miro-Quesada


Derived from the Quechua language used by the Inka culture of Peru, Suyu refers to a regional territory comprised of tribal communities aligned in ritual service to the Great Web of Life.


Derived from the Quechua language used by the Inka culture of Peru, Ayllu refers to local members of an extended family united by a common purpose as sustainers of sacred trust between humans and the natural world. If you would like to create an ayllu in your area click here.


Canmore, Alberta Danielle Leigh, 403-679-3339,
Pincher Creek, Alberta Riesah Prock, 403-627-4777,

Local Ayllus:

Ottawa Valley Ayllu
: Yola Dunne,


Madre de Dios, Peru – Robin VanLoon,
Urubamba, Cusco, Peru – Susan Bookman, (51)984633042,


Taipei – Rose Najia,

United Kingdom:

Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire Alison Dhuanna,

United States:

Northeast Region: Antisuyu

Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont

Suyu Contact: Thomas Mock,

Local Ayllus:

Philadelphia Ayllu – Pennsylvania
Amy Mermaid Isakov,, 443-955-2211

Hartford County Ayllu – Connecticut
Audrey Bennett,, 860-819-8570

Baltimore Ayllu – Maryland
Contact: Rebecca Firehorse Snyder,, 443-812-6057


Central Region: Chawpinsuyu

Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming

Suyu Contact: Suzanne Lewis,, 307-761-9090

Local Ayllus:

Bridgerland Ayllu – Cache Valley area north of Salt Lake City, Utah
Bonnie Glass-Coffin,,

Heartland Ayllu – Kansas City area, Missouri and Kansas
Daniel Moler, dmoler777@gmail.comFacebook Page

Central Highland Ayllu – Columbia-Jefferson area, Missouri
: Nancy Beck, Nancy@nursenancytalk.comFacebook Page

Muyu Ayllu – Boulder-Denver area, Colorado
Contact: Edie Stone,


Northwest Region: Chinchaysuyu

Alaska, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Idaho, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Washington

Suyu Contact: Lois Remeikis, 312-550-8273,

Local Ayllus:

Palouse Ayllu – Moscow, Idaho and Pullman, Washington
: Erica J. Alessio,, 619-300-9973


Southwest Region: Kuntisuyu

Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Mexico

Suyu Contact: Alan Waugh,, 415-516-2462

Local Ayllus:

Northern California Allyu
Jnana Gowan,, Facebook


Southeast Region: Qollasuyu

Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia

Suyu Contact: Janet Harvey,, 828-645-5194

Local Ayllus:

Ancient Mountains Ayllu – Asheville and Western North Carolina
WebsiteAncient Mountains Ayllu
Contact: John Schuske,
Or: Janet Harvey,

Atlanta Ayllu – Georgia
Contact: Bonnie Knezo,, 404-295-4228

Sumaq Ayllu – Southeast Florida
Contact: Mona Rain,,, 954-675-5945
Or: Leigh Kaufman,, 615-545-0252

Sacred Shenandoah Ayllu – Shenandoah Valley, Northern Virginia
Contact: Glenda Skelley,, or, 540-692-2917