Chicken Farmer I still love you

… even though we ain't got scratch …

Big Inca

To: Bill

From: The Boss

Date: April 30 

What did I tell you about that crucifix?

As for the Inca, it could be you’re just becoming more aware of these things.

When I was a teen, I had to scrape old paint off our barn, nail down loose clapboards, and repaint it. Ever since, I’ve noticed that most barns have flaking paint and loose clapboards. It’s just the way we learn to see things, by doing and exposure.

In your anthropology classes, they taught you that the Americas were settled from north to south, and from west to east. Which is likely only part of the story. What you need to look for is movement that went in the opposite direction. What, for example, did the Inca trade to the Iroquois, and through what intermediaries? And how much mingling of DNA happened?

You won’t find the answers if you’re not looking or asking these questions.

Remember, awareness is a resource, one that can pay off handsomely.

It can also save your life. You’re getting forewarnings of violence and bloodshed, especially of the Inca are invading.

~*~

All of the story continues by CLICKING HERE.

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