Remnants Of Past History Of The Inca Nation Are Being Revealed By Revitalized Digging Near Their Capital City of Cusco Written by Cheryl Freier, author of The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems

Posted by cheryl - January 31st, 2014

Remnants Of The Past Remain For The Inca People To Re Visit Their Past: And For All Other Peoples To Visit And Share

By Cheryl Freier, author of The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems and The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems


In the April, 2011 edition of National Geographic, the featured article on the cover was mentioned as ‘The Genius Of The INCA New Discoveries Reveal How They Forged a Mighty Empire’.  When discussing the Inca nation, we are delving deep into the history of Peru.  For decades, due to political unrest, archeologists had abandoned missions to dig for the secrets of the Incas.  The Incas had never developed a system of writing. 


Presently there has been the revitalization of interest in archeological discoveries of the Incas and remnants of vast palaces have been discovered near their capital city,Cusco.  Much information reveals that the Incas were a warlike people—conquering other peoples and melding their customs and mores into their central communal spirit. 


On the islandof Taquile, which is located in the middle of the great Titicaca Lake, there is a community of descendants of the Incas.  The people speak the same language; they play the same musical instruments, drums and wooden pipes; and they grow food in their fields exactly the same way as their ancestors did; and they visit a wall of stone that has remained for more than five centuries.  I wonder that if the Nazis had won the war, would there have been Hebrew people left in an isolated part of the world who could tell the story of their forefathers.  Read The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems and The Wild Grasses to become aware of the struggles for survival of these people during WWII.



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