Francisco Pizarro made his first voyage to the New World in November 1524. Pizarro's second voyage November 1526 to late 1527. While sailing he came in contact with the Incas. Pizzaro and his men sat sail for Equador and there they encountered more rafts. They sailed until the Indians recognized there hometown.
March to Cajamarca
ITS ALL RUINED
The Inca had only moved a little south when the disease struck them. Smallpox only lasted a few days and had already swept his army. Eventually, Huayna Capac died. Then it happened later and there was a war and the Inca didn't win because the others had better weapons and armour and the Incas all died.
The spanish ruler was a friend of God.
Why isn't it speaking to me?
At Toledo, on 26 July 1529, the queen granted Pizarro a license "to discover and conquer Peru," which is described as a rich and fertile land, inhabited by people more reasonable than any other which has so far been discovered. There was an immediate failure of communication over the traditional guest rituals of Andean diplomacy. Atahualpa told the Spanish to wait for him in Cajamarca. The Spanish spent a night waiting for Atahuallpa and his army to meet.
I have an idea of how to get out!
A year later, Pizarro returned to Tumbes to find it in ruin a burned out, a ransacked victim of the civil war raging in the empire. Although he debated with his leaders whether they should divert to attack the foreigners, all judged Huascar the greater threat. But he had deadly weapons the latest technology guns, and mechanical crossbows. Along the way, like Cortés, Pizarro recruited Indians hostile to Atahuallpa.
Friar Vicente explained that the Spanish ruler was a friend of God and called upon the Inca to renounce their gods. At last he asked: "Why doesn't the book say anything to me?" And he threw it on to the ground.Father Vicente shouted that the Indians were against the Christian faith and gave the order to attack. The Spanish emerged with their guns from the porticoes around the square and fired in to the massed crowds of unarmed people.
The Spanish visited the traumatized Atahuallpa in his cell, gave him food, and allowed his women to come to him. It was then that Atahuallpa now understanding that the Spanish wanted gold came up with his plan to ransom himself for it. He believed they would go away if he paid. It never occurred to him that these fewer than 200 might be thousands, who would come to settle permanently in his land, and that one payment of gold would not be enough.