Recent discoveries would greatly help anthropologists, indigenists, and bishops at the coming Pan-Amazon Synod with their idyllic cerebral constructions about indigenous peoples with these recent discoveries. An AFP August release, transcribed by Yahoo, reports: “Archeologists in Peru say the 227 bodies they have unearthed from a site used by the pre-Columbian Chimu culture is the biggest-ever discovery of sacrificed children.”.
A huge site of human sacrifices to honor gods
“Archeologists have been digging since last year at the huge sacrificial site in Huanchaco, a beachside tourist town north of the capital, Lima. ‘This is the biggest site where the remains of sacrificed children have been found,’ chief archeologist Feren Castillo told AFP on Tuesday.”
Castillo said the children, who were aged between 4 and 14, were sacrificed in a ritual to honor the Chimu culture’s gods. “They were sacrificed to appease the El Nino phenomenon,” and show signs of being killed during wet weather, he said.
The children’s remains were turned toward the sea
He added that there may still be more to be found. “It’s uncontrollable, this thing with the children. Wherever you dig, there’s another one,” Castillo said. The children’s remains were found in a position facing the sea. Some still had skin and hair. Huanchaco was a site where many child sacrifices took place during the time of the Chimu culture, whose apogee was between 1200 and 1400.
Discoveries began in 2018
According to the AFP dispatch, Archeologists first found children’s bodies at the dig site in the town’s Pampa la Cruz neighborhood in June 2018, unearthing 56 skeletons.
Pampa la Cruz is a short distance from Huanchaquito, where the remains of 140 sacrificed children and 200 llamas were found in April 2018.
Law of the Jungle: Woe to the vanquished! The Incas exterminated the Chimu people
The report goes on to say that, “the Chimu civilization extended along the Peruvian coast to Ecuador but disappeared in 1475 after it was conquered by the Inca empire.”
We ask the media and the new-fangled missionaries: is this not indigenous genocide by indigenous people?
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As we approach the Vatican-convened Pan-Amazon Synod set for this coming October, a powerful current of neo-missionaries renounces evangelizing the Indians and their civilization, and condemns private property.
A Prediction Fulfilled to the Letter
In 1977 Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira already pointed out the errors of progressive neo-missionaries that the program of the Pan-Amazon Synod has now taken up and expanded. For example:
“The Indians are still uncorrupted by the system in which we live. The Church needs to bring real hope to the oppressed. ‘They were brothers and had everything in common.’ This answers the real need of the poor. The Indians already live the Beatitudes. They do not know of private property, profit, competition. They lead an essentially communitarian life in perfect equilibrium with nature. They are not plunderers; they do not disturb the ecology. They live in harmony. The native communities are a future prophecy for this new lifestyle where man is the most important (doc. 1, p. 7 of the First National Assembly of Indigenist Pastoral, Debating the Indigenous Situation on the National Level.” Boletim do CIMI”, year 4, no. 22, July-August 1975).
Comment: But what is a human society without private property, profit, and competition if not a communist society?
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Deep calleth on deep: the Pan-Amazon Synod is reviving and broadening the errors of twentieth-century neo-missionaries.
Leftist anthropologists and neo-missionaries close their eyes to the fact that indigenous civilizations and ethnicities exterminate each other.
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