Inca's believed they were brought into existence by the sun god Inti. They regarded themselves as the children of the sun.
Atahualpa’s Ransom and Death
Pizarro led a small group to find gold treasures. It was his last chance for fame and glory. The pilot captured a raft off the coast that was full of treasures.
The Fall of Cuzco
Atahualpa agrees to meet men that had been fighting their way from the coast. Both were planning to attack each other the next day, however Atahualpa was captured.
Atahualpa returned and after eight months they had all the treasures the Incas could provide, over $50 million worth. After getting his ransom Pizarro executed Atahualpa. He was sentenced death by strangulation
The Spanish set out to conquer Cuzco with their treasure. Pizarro conquered them and all the golden wonders of the coricancha temple were stripped and melted down to gold.