The son of the Sun god Inti and the primary ruler of the Inca was Manco Capac. Many variations of his function in the origin of the Inca exist. In one he is despatched to Earth together with his sister Mama Occlo to educate the people how to dwell in a civilized fashion. In one other model, he is the youngest of 4 brothers who got here out of a cave in the beginning of humankind.
The oldest of the brothers declared that he alone owned the Earth. This thought so angered Manco Capac that he trapped the brother in a cave and sealed it shut. When Manco Capac pushed the subsequent oldest brother over a cliff, the third oldest escaped together with his life, leaving solely Manco Capac to settle the land and rule the people.
Although the story itself has many variations, all of them finish with Manco Capac as the primary ruler of the Inca. Historically, it is possible that there have been many tribes residing in the Cuzco valley, which is thought of the middle and start line of what would develop into the Incan empire. As the primary ruler, Manco Capac might have ruled a number of villages in the valley, however his rule wouldn't have prolonged any farther. Therefore, he wouldn't have been a unifying affect. Unification started to occur solely with the eighth ruler, Viracocha Inca.
The Inca additionally believed that Manco Capac was one a part of Tahuantin Suyu Kapac, the Earth gods of the Inca. Sons of the Sun, these Earth gods had been Ayar Cachi, who dominated the east; Ayar Ayar, the south; Ayar Manco (also called Manco Capac), the north; and Ayar Uchu, the west.