Daniel Moler

Daniel Moler is a writer, artist, and sanctioned teacher in the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition. He is the author of Shamanic Qabalah: A Mystical Path to Uniting the Tree of Life and the Great Work from Llewellyn Worldwide, Machine Elves 101, RED Mass, as well a contributor in Ross Heaven’s book on Peruvian healing Cactus of Mystery and Llewellyn's 2020 Magical Almanac. He has published fiction and nonfiction works around the world in magazines, journals, gaming modules, and online, including: GrahamHancock.com, Positive Health Magazine, Cannabis Culture, The Tattooed Buddha, Sacred Hoop, and A Journal of Contemporary Shamanism.

Embracing our Divinity: Thoughts on the Upper World

Previously, I wrote about the Ukhupacha (the Lower World) and the Kaypacha (the Middle World) in conjunction with teaching the corresponding weekends of the Pachakuti Mesa Apprenticeship Series. I recently co-taught the third weekend of the Apprenticeship series with my wife, Autumn. After delving into the other two worlds, we finally explore the Hanaqpacha.

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Embracing Relationship: Thoughts on the Middle World

Previously, I wrote about the Ukhupacha (the Lower World) in conjunction with teaching the first weekend of the Pachakuti Mesa Apprenticeship Series. So, as the second weekend of teaching came up – A Balance of Power (Transforming the Present) – I found...

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Embracing the Darkness: Thoughts on the Lower World

“You really like the dark, don’t you?” one of the recent participants of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition Apprenticeship series asked me, as I turned out the lights. My beloved Autumn and I were teaching the first of the five-part weekend intensive series, The Call to Heal…

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The Gathering of the Mesas

Three years ago, we in the Heartland Ayllu – the local Kansas City community of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition – decided to start our own tradition. It is common practice within an ayllu to hold community Link Up ceremonies on Wednesday nights, often once a...

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The Sweetness of the Sting

Just recently my family and I vacationed to some sites up north, one of them being the Indian mounds in Aztalan, Wisconsin. While the kids were off playing in the woods my wife and I sat on top of the mounds, a stepped ziggurat which operated as the tribe’s prime ceremonial center. Yet...

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The Mesa 101

Despite how far you go with something you must always revisit the basics, to reinforce your foundation. With the mesa it is no different.

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