Wayru, meaning “cube” in Quechuan, have images instead of numbers. Andean dice, carved from alabaster (huamanga), express six potent symbols of the Inka energy tradition. When used in divination, they set the energetics of what is to come. They set or add to the nature of the field upon which they are placed. They can be rolled across the textile patterns and threads, set on images, or paired with sacred symbols of the cloth.
Each Dice comes nestled in Llama hair with it’s own pouch or bag. A Wayrunkuna (dice) Handbook is included.