THE SUPREME CREATOR GOD “VIRACOCHA” OF THE INCA PEOPLE
They claim his name is “WIRACOCHA” but I find that it was the Turkish saying “BİR O GÖK AĞA” meaning “Only He is the Sky God”
VIRACOCHA was a personification of the “SKY-GOD” concept and also the “SCHOOL TEACHER”
By POLAT KAYA
VIRACOCHA was the supreme god of the Incas. He was considered the creator father god who created the universe, sun, earth, moon and all living beings and all other Inca gods.
1. A summary definition of VIRACOCHA is given below from Wikipedia:
“Viracocha is the great creator deity in the pre-Inca and Inca mythology in the Andes region of South America. Full name and some spelling alternatives are Wiracocha, Apu Qun Tiqsi Wiraqutra, and Con-Tici (also spelled Kon-Tiki, the source of the name of Thor Heyerdahl's raft) Viracocha. Viracocha was one of the most important deities in the Inca pantheon and seen as the creator of all things, or the substance from which all things are created, and intimately associated with the sea. Viracocha created the universe, sun, moon, and stars, time (by commanding the sun to move over the sky) and civilization itself. Viracocha was worshipped as god of the sun and of storms. He was represented as wearing the sun for a crown, with thunderbolts in his hands, and tears descending from his eyes as rain.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viracocha
2. VIRACOCHA is also described as given below from incaglossary.org:
Wiracocha, Viracocha: (n) (1) Associated with water, white, the Milky Way [Mayu], the periphery, and hurin. Literally, foam of the sea or sea (lake) of fat, fat being considered a life essence. The name was applied to the Spanish because they came from the sea, the periphery of the Inca world, and were white-skinned. CSCR Legends of the Aymara Indians say that their Creator God Wiracocha rose from Lake Titicaca during the time of darkness to bring forth light. A storm and sun god, he was represented as wearing the sun for a crown with thunderbolts in his hands and tears descending from his eyes as rain. (See, Weeping God, Gateway of the Sun.) He wandered the earth disguised as a beggar and wept when he saw the plight of the creatures he had created. LDC He had one son, Inti, and one daughter, Mama Quilla. His wife was Mama Cocha. He destroyed the giants (before mankind existed) with a great flood called Uñu Pachacuti. EFD. Supreme Inca god. Other names applied to the same figure included Huaracocha, Con, Con Ticci or Kon Tiki, Thunupa, Taapac, Tupaca and Illa. He was a scientist, an architect of surpassing skills, a sculptor and an engineer. Wiracocha was also a teacher and a healer and made himself helpful to people in need. It was said that wherever he passed, he healed all that were sick and restored sight to the blind. Working great miracles by his words, he came to the district of the Canas and there, near a village called Cacha... leaving the place ... he came to the coast and there, holding his mantle, he went forth amidst the waves and was seen no more. http://www.incaglossary.org/w.html#Wiracocha
3. PACHAYACHACHIC: South American - An Inca creator-god. Father of Imaymana Viracocha and Tocapo Viracocha. He is regarded as a form of Pachacamac but, in other accounts, is said to be the same as Tici. Also known as Pachayachachic, Pachacamac, Earth-maker, Pacharurac, Teacher of the World, Ticci Viracocha, Tici, Aymara Yatin. Another name for VIRACOCHA is given as Wiracocha Pachayachachic: Great Lord and Instructor of the World.
4. PACHACAMAC: South American - An Inca creator-god. Son of Inti, some say. Brother of Con. It is said that he defeated Con, the earlier creator of men, turned Con's people into monkeys and made new beings. In another version of his story it is believed that he created humans but forgot their need for food. The man died of starvation and the woman was fertilised by the sun. Pachacamac killed her first son and grew plants from pieces of his body. Her second son, Vichama, drove Pachacamac into the sea when Pachacamac killed the woman. He remained in the seas as a sea-god. Some stories equate him with Ayar Ayca or Viracocha. Occasionally identified as Pachacamac, Earth-maker, Kodo-yanpe, Pacharurac, Pachayachachic, Teacher of the World, Ticci Viracocha or Aymara Yatin.
Polat Kaya: In the above references, there are names and statements that need explaining.
a) Regarding the above description of Viracocha being associated with water and sea foam “Literally, foam of the sea or sea (lake) of fat, fat being considered a life essence.”, the idea that the “foam of sea” was considered a life essence by the Incas is surely a tall tale that seems to be injected from the ancient Greek mythology - saying that APHRODITES was created from the sea-foam near Cyprus. It seems that the Christian priests are injecting Greek mythological tall tales into the culture of the Inca people - who were actually Sky-God, Sun-God and Moon-God believers, that is, the so-called Wiracocha. It appears that the priests are trying to paint a picture where the mythology of the Incas is somehow related to Greek mythology – which it was not.
b) It is said that the name Viracocha “was applied to the Spanish because they came from the sea, the periphery of the Inca world, and were white-skinned. Legends of the Aymara Indians say that their Creator God Wiracocha rose from Lake Titicaca during the time of darkness to bring forth light.”
This mythological description surely is a misrepresentation of the concept of Incan Creator God Viracocha because it tells us that the Inca people somehow regarded the Spanish as Viracocha just because they came from the sea and also because they were “white skinned”. In one hand, this is a put-down of the Inca people by painting them as primitive people who worshipped the first white man that came from the sea. What nonsense! The Inca people themselves are also white people! On the other hand, this above description is self elevating verbology for the conquerors. It seems that the Spanish played this “white skinned” concept as a “superiority trick” to belittle and vilify the very ancient INCA people. Surely, when the so-called “Aymara Indians” say that “their Creator God Wiracocha rose from Lake Titicaca” during the time of darkness to bring forth light, they meant the SUN which they believed to be as their God who brings light to them, not the Spanish conquerors who brought nothing but death and destruction to the Inca people, and, who also took away their lands and golden riches.
c) The above reference talks about Viracocha being “A storm and sun god, he was represented as wearing the sun for a crown with thunderbolts in his hands and tears descending from his eyes as rain. (See, Weeping God, Gateway of the Sun.)”
Wiracocha was regarded as the creator Sky-God and he was the supreme god of the Incas. He was considered the creator father god who created the universe, sun, earth, moon and all living beings and all other Inca gods. Declaring him as a storm and sun god is a misrepresentation.
From the url http://www.incaglossary.org/i.html we have the words “Illapa, Iyapa, Ilyap'a, Katoylla: (n) God of thunder. God of thunderstorms.” But storms are the air currents in weather that are created by the heating effects of the Sun rays on earth. The Turkish word YEL represents wind and storm. The name of the Inca storm-god called ILLAPA is actually an altered form of the Turkish saying “YEL APA” meaning “Wind Father”. The storm-deity was the god of the ancient black-believing Semites and Aryans - who took it from the Sumerian pantheon - storm-god ENLIL concept - which was again the altered form of the Turkish saying “YEL HAN” meaning “wind lord”. The Inca religion was destroyed by the Christian conquerors, and the ancient Aryan and Semitic storm-god concept was most likely imposed on the Incan pantheon- and presented to the world as if it was part of the Inca religion. This way, innocent readers could conclude to themselves that the Inca people must have had a religion similar to the Judeo-Christian religious mythology. In other words, the conquerors of the Incas were indoctrinating the local native people as they were Christianizing them.
Inca names Illapa, Iyapa, Ilyap'a, Katoylla is said to be representing the god of thunder. For example, when the Inca name ILYAP'A is deciphered as “YIL APA”, we again find the Turkish saying “YEL APA” meaning “wind father”. Even when the Inca name KATOYLLA is deciphered as:
i) “KOTLA-YAL”, we find the Turkish saying “KUTLA YEL” meaning “sacred wind, holy wind”;
ii) “KOTA-YALL”, we
find the Turkish saying “KÖTÜ YEL”
meaning “bad wind, evil wind”;
iii) “KATO-YALL”, we find the Turkish saying “JADU YELL” meaning “witch wind, evil wind”.
Turkish word KUT means “sacred, holy”, KUTLU means “being sacred, being holy”, YEL means “wind”, KÖTÜ means “bad, evil”, JADU means “witch”. Wind has the characteristics of the “witch” concept.
The Inca God Wiracocha wearing a “Sun Crown” is a perfectly natural expectation from the Inca people as they were known with their Sun-God religion, and additionally, they were known as “The Children of the Sun”. As for the two instruments in the hands of God Wiracocha, they are not the “thunderbolts” as we are led to believe. Likening the instruments in Wiracocha’s hands to thunderbolts is an incorrect likening of Wiracocha to the supposedly Aryan storm god “ZEUS”. I say that the instruments in Wiracocha’s hands are his teaching instruments – as Wiracocha is known to be an instructor of the world. This I will explain below.
Wiracocha would have some wind capabilities – not because he was a storm god - but because he was the all Creator Sky God. As an all Creator Sky God, he could have the capability to do anything. All of the Turkish definitions that I revealed above not only make the linguistic kinship between the Inca people and the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz people a reality, but they also make the ethnic kinship a reality between all of these native peoples of South America and the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz people. These historical facts are coming to the surface despite all kinds of intentional confusion, alteration and destruction of the Inca language, civilization, culture and their ancient Turanian identity.
d) Wiracocha, Viracocha had one son, INTI, and one daughter, MAMA QUILLA. His wife was MAMA COCHA. He destroyed the giants (before mankind existed) with a great flood called Uñu Pachacuti. Supreme Inca god.
Polat Kaya: The term INTI supposedly refers to the Sun in one meaning. But INTI has another form as INTIQ which indicates that INTIQ is actually an altered form of the Turkish saying “QINTI” (GÜNDÜ) meanıng “it is the sun”. The Sun was at the very center of Inca religion. Viracocha being the Sky-God, was also the creator of the Sun, Moon and the earth as well. Thus all of these would be regarded as sons or daughters of Viracocha.
The daughter Mama QUILLA is the altered form of the Turkish saying “AKIL-O” meaning “it is human mind, knowledge, intelligence” while Mama COCHA (deciphered as “CHOCA) is from Turkish “HOÇA” meaning “teacher”, that is, “mother the teacher” or “the female teacher”. Alternatively the Mama COCHA would be from Turkish GÖKA” meaning “sky goddess”. This would be the female aspect of the Sky-God.
“Mama Killa (Quechua mama mother, killa moon, "Mother Moon", hispanicized spelling Mama Quilla), in Inca mythology and religion, was the third power and goddess of the moon. She was the sister and wife of Inti, daughter of Viracocha and mother of Manco Cápac and Mama Uqllu (Mama Ocllo), mythical founders of the Inca empire and culture. She was the goddess of marriage and the menstrual cycle, and considered a defender of women. She was also important for the Inca calendar.
Myths surrounding Mama Killa include that she cried tears of silver and that lunar eclipses were caused when she was being attacked by an animal. She was envisaged in the form of a beautiful woman and her temples were served by dedicated priestesses”.
The INCA word “MAMA” is simply the altered form of the Turkish word “ANNA” (ANNE, ANA) meaning “mother” where letter N has been changed to letter M by the anagrammatizer. Thus, the source of the word MAMA is in Turkish. Additionally, in my childhood time we used to call the wives of our uncles as “MAMA” in the sense of “mother” in Turkish which again relates the Inca “MAMA” to Turkish “MAMA”.
Additionally, the image of “MAMA KILLA” shown below gives her name as “MAMAVACOCOIA” which is actually a confused reading of a Turkish saying. This we see when the name MAMAVACOCOIA is deciphered letter-by-letter as “O-COC-AV-AI-MAMA”, revealing its source as the Turkish saying “O GÖK EVİ AY ANNA” (O GÖK EVİ AY ANA) meaning “she is the Mother-Moon of the Sky House”. Thus, the real concept-source-name “MAMAVACOCOIA” of the so-called “MAMA KILLA” was unquestionably in Turkish. Clearly, the concept of “Moon-Mother” or “Mother-Moon” is defined in Turkish first, then, it has been altered, Aryanized and falsely presented as a saying of the Inca language.
Turkish word O means “he/she/it”, GÖK means “sky”, GÖKA or GÖYA is the “feminized sky, sky goddess”, EVİ means “the house, the home”, AY means “moon”, ANA (ANNA) means “mother”.
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The Incas referred to themselves as INTIP CHURIKUNA, “the children of the Sun”.
When the expression INTIP CHURIKUNA is deciphered as “KUN-PACH-IRINITU”, it reveals the Turkish saying “KÜN-PASH-ERENİTÜ” (GÜN BAŞ ERENİDİ) meaning “they are the head people of the sun”, that is, “(they are) the top children of the sun”. We see that even this so-called Inca expression has been restructured from a Turkish saying that has the same meaning. This means that the so-called Inca Language words, as they are presented to us, are not all in their original form, but rather are mostly rearranged and Aryanized forms which conceal their Turanian Turkish source. We also see that in this expression, the Inca word KUN is the one that means SUN – rather than the word INTI as we are led to believe. Of course the Inca word KUN is none other than the Turkish word “KÜN” (GÜN) which means ”sun”. Even the English word SUN is the altered form of the Turkish word “KÜN” (GÜN). Furthermore, the Inca word “MAMA KUNA” means “Matrons of the SUN” where MAMA (MEME) means “breast; mother, woman”. Therefore, the remaining word KUNA must be the Turkish word GÜN meaning “sun”. This again proves that it is the word KUN that means SUN – rather than INTI. INTI seems to be a concocted word used to suppress the Inca word KUN meaning “sun”. Thus, there is an intentional misrepresentation going on that is designed to break any linguistic link and ethnic kinship between the “INCA” people and the Turkish speaking ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz people.
VIRACOCHA, the great creator deity in the pre-Inca and Inca mythology in the Andes region of South America.
After all of these explanations and revelations, let us now turn to the name Wiracocha, Viracocha:
The name VİRACOCHA is said to be a hispanicized form of the name of the “all Creator God” of Inca people. Hispanicized name has other similar forms such as WİRAQUCHA, WIRAQOCA, HUIRACOCHA, and WIRO QOCHA. In other words, the Hispanicized name Wiracocha or Viracocha must be a name that is made up from the original Inca saying for this All Creator God. Like many other Inca words that have been altered and Aryanized, this name has also been altered so that its original form is disguised. As they describe him, He is the Supreme Creator God who created everthing in the universe, sun, moon, earth and man. The name VİRACOCHA was also a personification that represented those highly enlightened men who were in the forefront of men`s civilization. In this study, I am interested in the linguistic make up of these names.
From the given information, it is clear that the so-called God VİRACOCHA was personifying a “religious and learning concept” which was far earlier than the Inca times. The Inca people, before their Christianization, were the Sky-God, Sun-God and Moon-God believing, so-called, “PAGAN” Turanian people. As the Pagan Turanians of ancient Europe were obliterated in Europe by the Romans and Christian establishment (by changing their language, religion and Turanian identity), so too were the Native peoples of South America. Tin that process, the name VİRACOCHA was one of the formulated new “INCA” words that represented the Sky-God concept which was regarded by the Inca people as the creator of the universe, the sun, moon, earth, man and his civilization.
In “INCA” civilization, the creator God VİRACOCHA is personified as a Sun-Headed (sun crowned) man as shown above in Figure 5. All kinds of things emanate from his head – just as sun rays radiate from the Sun. He is a creator god and also an enlightener god - like the Sun is.
a) In this context, when the name VİRACOCHA is deciphered letter-by-letter as “VİR-COC-AHA”, it reveals the Turkish saying “BİR GÖK AĞA” meaning “One Sky Lord”, that is “One Sky God” where letter V is a replacement for Turkish letter B. This description of the Inca Sky-God “VİRACOCHA” is none other than the altered form of the ancient Turanian “BİR GÖK HAN” (BİR GÖK TANRI”), that is, the Turanian One Sky-God concept that was the Supreme Creator God of all things. Additionally, the term “VİR-COC-AHA” – (i.e., “BİR GÖK AĞA” in Turkish) is also the Turkish sayings “BİR GÖK HAN, BİR GÖK TUR, BİR GÖK TÜRK, BİR GÖK OĞUZ” all of which represent the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples. The Inca Empire was surely one of these ancient Turanian empires – but in South America. They all worshipped the Sky-God, Sun-God and Moon-God for thousands of years as the “first race” of men who spread all over the world as Turanians, Oghizians, Sakaes (SCYTHIANS > “TANISC-SY” < from Turkish saying “DENIZCİ SÜ” meaning “sea soldier”), Günhans, Ayhans, Gökhans, Dağhans, Denizhans and Yıldızhans . Thus, in this context, One Sky-God – (One Gök Tanrı, One Gök Han) believing Turanians are also identifiable as the “GÖK TURS” or “GÖK TÜRKS” or “GÖK TURANIANS”.
Mathematically, the probability of finding these Turkish definitions associated with the Inca Supreme Sky God in the decipherment of the name VİRACOCHA is almost zero - unless someone altered and restructured the Turkish expression into the form of VİRACOCHA. Evidently, that is what was done and then it was portrayed as the name of the Supreme Creator God of the INCA people. This name VİRACOCHA gives the impression of being an Inca term and of being from an unknown language that had no relation to other existing languages, particularly to Turkish. As the Turkish saying “BİR GÖK AĞA” indicates, the so-called “INCA” people and the rest of the South American Natives were all initially Turkish speaking Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples - contrary to all of the bogus misrepresentations.
In the Turkish saying “BİR GÖK AĞA”, the word BİR means “one”, GÖK (GÖY) means “sky; blue”, AĞA means “Lord, Ruler, Master”. Thus the so-called VİRACOCHA was the Supreme Ruler and the Creator Sky God concept of ancient Turanians, but altered by the Christian missionaries into a form such that it completely lost its Turanian Turkish identity, at least in its linguistic appearance and phonetics. And that is what the missionaries wanted in the first place.
As seen above, the Hispanicized name VİRACOCHA is not a truthful spelling of his original Turanian Inca identity - because it was originally “BİR GÖK AĞA” in Turkish language.
In another form of spelling, his name is given as WİRAQUCHA, where the letter W is a replacement of the letter combinations UU, VV, YY, UV, UY or VY, and in this case, choosing W = VU makes the form of this name as VUİRAQOCHA. When the name in this form of VUİRAQOCHA is deciphered letter-by-letter as “VİR-U-COQ-AHA”, it again reveals its source as the altered and disfigured form of the Turkish expression “BİR O GÖK AĞA” (BİR O GÖK HAN) meaning “Only Him is Sky Lord” (Only Him is Sky God). This decipherment identifies and reveals that the God name WİRAQUCHA was an anagrammatized form of the Turkish saying “BİR O GÖK AĞA” which was none other than the Sky-God concept of the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples. Furthermore, this decipherment into the Turkish saying “BİR O GÖK AĞA” indicates that the “INCA” people, as well as most of the other native peoples of South America, were ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples, but their Turanian identity was artificially obliterated by the missionaries.
Turkish saying “BİR O” has the meaning of “Only One; he/she/it is One” which is a name of the ancient Turanian Sky-God concept. This concept of the Turanian One-Sky-God was far earlier than the claim that the Semites were the first ones to introduce the concept of “One Sky-God” before any one else. Such claims do not represent the truth! They admit clearly in Genesis 11 by saying: “And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech.” That One Language that the world spoke was not identified in Genesis 11, but it would have been identified if that language was any of the Semitic languages. From the decipherments of many Aryan and Semitic words,we find that that “One Language” that was spoken world wide was the TURKISH language contrary to all denials and endless sophistry and mytological verbology. We find that the Semites had usurped ancient Turkish language words and sayings and after altering and restructuring them into different formats, they concocted all kinds of so-called Semitic and Aryan languages. With this kind of linguistic metamorphosis going on, they not only usurped the ancient Turanian One Sky-God concept, but most everything else from the ancient Turanian civilization as well. One example is the so-called Semitic term “TORAH” - which is a distortion of the ancient Turkish word “TÖRE” meaning “law, tradition, culture, rule”. In South America we find that the same kind of linguistic metamorphosis has been inflicted on the Inca language and culture by the Christian priests and missionaries. The name WİRAQUCHA is one such fabrication by the missionaries.
Here, I must also note that the Turkish term “BİR O” has been the linguistic source for the name of the Inca country called “PERU”, which was one appellation of the ancient Turanian creator Sky-God concept in Turkish. Historically, the same Turkish saying “BİR O” was also used by the kings of ancient Turanian Masar (MISIR) people as they called themselves by the title PERU which deified them as kings of Masar in the personification of the Sky-God. I must also note that the people of ancient Masar (Misir) were none other than the Turkish speaking ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples who came from Central Asia to the lands surrounding the Nile River. In the case of ancient MASAR (MISIR), their name was also altered to the name of “EGYPT” by the Aryan and Semitic cabalist priests. The name “EGYPT” meant “wanderer, Gypsy” which represented the intruder’s own identity, rather than the identity of the native Turanians of ancient Masar – so-called “Egypt”. Ancient Semitic and Aryan religious writers have intentionally denied the existence of the ancient Turanians everywhere. Their Turk identity, their language, their culture and civilization have all been altered, obliterated and Semitized. The Turkish word “BİRO” was Semitized as “PHARAOH” and now we find it as “VİRO” (as in VİRACOCHA) in the Inca language as well. It is no wonder that the South American country named PERU also comes from the Turkish Sky-God name saying “BİR O”.
VIRACOCHA THE SKY GOD
There is more revealing information in Turkish embedded in the name WİRAQOCHA (with W = UU, the name WİRAQOCHA can also be written as “UUİRAQOCHA”).
The name UUİRAQOCHA, deciphered as “U-QUİ-COR-AHA”, reveals the Turkish saying “O GÖY KOR AĞA” (“O GÖK KOR AĞA”) meaning “it is glowing lord of the sky” referring to the Sun God and the Sky God. Thus, the name WİRAQOCHA (VUİRAQOCHA) also personifies the Sun as the Sun-God and the Sky-God - but in Turkish.
Alternatively, the name UUİRAQOCHA, deciphered as “COQ-ARI-U-AHU”, reveals the Turkish saying “GÖK ERİ O AĞA” (GÖK ERİ O HAN) meaning: a) “that Lord is Man of sky” referring to the Supreme Sky-God, as in the case of the ancient Sky creator deity AMUN in ancient Masar (Mısır); and b) “that lord is sky man” referring to the ancient Turanians as in Gök Türks. The name GÖKER is a very widely used name for men in Turkish culture.
Turkish word O means “he/she/it; that; it is”, GÖY (GÖK) means “sky; blue”, KOR means “glowing hot fire”, AĞA means “lord, ruler, Master, the head man”.
a) “Viracocha was also a scientist, an architect of surpassing skills, a sculptor and an engineer. Wiracocha was also a teacher and a healer and made himself helpful to people in need.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viracocha
In this context, the name UUİRAQOCHA, deciphered as “U-OQURCI–AHA”, reveals the Turkish saying “O OKURCI AĞA” meaning “he is Lord that reads, (writes and teaches”). In this definition, the God WİRAQOCHA is described as a deity who enabled men to invent writing and reading. We must remember that no writing and reading is possible without the light of the SUN. In darkness, none of these can take place. So the Sun-God is the source for writing and reading. Thus, WİRAQOCHA is a personification of the Sun which the Incas worshipped. Additionally, the Turkish term “O OKURCI AĞA” refers to learned persons who read and write and enlighten people like the sun enlightens its surroundings.
The Turkish word O means “he/she”, OKU means “read”, OKUR means “he/she/it reads”, OKURCI means “person who works with reading”, AĞA (HAKAN, HAN, BEY, PAŞA) means “lord, ruler, master; miltary ruler”.
b) Additionally, the name UUİRAQOCHA, deciphered as “QUI-OCUR-AHA”, reveals the Turkish saying “GÖY OKUR AĞA” (GÖK OKUR HAN) meaning “the lord that reads the Sky”. This description of WİRAQOCHA may refer to those people who observe appearances in the sky and with that knowledge - enlighten the people. In ancient Inca society, this would have been people such as weather watching people, astronomers, teachers, astrologers, shamans and other similarly enlightened people of the ancient Turanians. The Inca people had a very deep interest in the Sky as part of their cosmological myths and also in Shamanism. Furthermore Inca society would have had
The Turkish word GÖY (GÖK) means “sky”.
c) Furthermore, the name UUİRAQOCHA, deciphered as “UQUIR-HOCA-A”, reveals the Turkish saying “OKUR HOCA O” meaning “He is a Teacher that reads”. In this description, God WİRAQOCHA is a personification of teachers in society that read, research and teach others – who then become, for example, scientists, doctors, engineers, architects, other teachers and trained people in many other fields. That is why “Viracocha was also a scientist, an architect of surpassing skills, a sculptor and an engineer. Wiracocha was also a teacher and a healer and made himself helpful to people in need.”
It is said that Wiracocha had alternative spellings of his name such as Wiracocha, and Apu Qun Tiqsi Wiraqutra. Viracocha was one of the most important deities in the Inca pantheon and seen as the creator of all things.
The Inca expression APU QUN TIQSI WIRAQUTRA, deciphered as “VIR U QUQ APA TAN IŞIQUTUR” reveals the altered and restructured Turkish saying “BİR O GÖK APA TAN IŞIKITUR” meaning “Only that One Sky Father is the light of the dawn”. Thus, in this decipherment of this Inca expression (or Spanish-made Inca expression) “APU QUN TIQSI WIRAQUTRA” into Turkish, we get the revelation that describes the great creator deity Viracocha as the only-Sky-Father-God that lights up the dawn. Of course, again the reference is made to the Sun – (i.e., Gün in Turkish).
The Inca expression APU QUN TIQSI WIRAQUTRA, deciphered as “APU QUN-VIR UQUTAR-ISIQTA”, reveals the altered and restructured Turkish saying “APA GÜN-BİR OKUTUR-IŞIKTI” meaning “Father Sun is one teacher of enlightenment”. “Father Sun is one Light that enables reading”.
Turkish words GÜN and IŞIK are two names that identify the sun and sunlight respectively which are the most essential beings for life and knowledge without which life and knowledge is not possible. Additionally, this definition in Turkish refers to those people who do the teaching of all kinds of knowledge in educational institutions such as schools of all levels of learning. In the learning field, teachers are both men and women. And that is probably why the Inca call Wiracocha by the title of “Apu Kon Tiki Wiracocha” meaning “the highest, hermaphroditic (both man woman) creator god” because it is a mixture of men and woman creators.
Additionally, the Inca expression “APU QUN TIQSI WIRAQUTRA”, deciphered as “APU QUN VIR-ISIQTA-TURQ-UA”, reveals the altered and restructured Turkish saying “APA GÜN BİR IŞIKTI TÜRK ÖYE” meaning “Father Sun is one light to the house of Turk”. That is to say, “Father Sun is one light to the house of Turanians”. This surely identifies the fact that the Turkish speaking Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz people were the inventors of writing, reading, schooling and the civilization resulting from that invention.
After GOD, MAN, that is the human being, is the most creative lord on earth. NATURE created all of the natural things on earth and MAN created everything else! Even the GOD concept was taught and created by “MEN”. The GOD concept itself refers to both “MAN AND WOMAN”, that is, both “MALE and FEMALE” living in “ONE ENTITY”. MAN is ADAM in Turkish. The very first human being on earth was called ADAM, but he was also “ATAM” meaning “my father” in Turkish. Thus ADAM and ATAM are one and the same and they are both Turkish words! Also, the term NATURE is made up from the Turkish word TANRI meaning “God, Sky-God”.
In view of the above findings, it is evident that the Inca people were ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz people and their culture was also a continuation of the ancient Turanian civilization in South America.
With my best wishes to all,