I am asking about tawa. When I studied quichua as language, I was told that quichua was not written. However here, in Ecuador, I found many sources (the main one is a magazine delivered by Amawtay Wasi school of andean cultures) talking about this alphabet.
My question is: Is this alphabet real (in the sense of being used by tawantinsuyu people) or was a new-age invention? Is there any reliable source about its social context (i.e. when and how was it used)?
I'm sorry. I'm not a historian and I'm tired of finding new-age-tainted material.