Introduction to Incan Religion
The Inca emperor was called "The Inca." He held a god-like
status. The Inca people believed in supernatural power in places or objects, such as mountains buildings, rivers, or ancient
shrines. These magical places were known as huacas. The Inca developed
skill in handicrafts, building, and architecture. They were very wealthy in gold and silver. Record keeping was done by
means of an complex system of knotted cords called quipus, as they had no form of writing. The Incas attained a high level of civilization, with enormous buildings
and an intricate system of roads.