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Thursday, March 31, 2016

1680 Revolt of the Pueblo Indians

In 1680 the Pueblo Indians rose up in a revolt against the oppressing and cruel Spaniard, the whole thing took them by surprise of which I wonder why? The Spanish apparently did not understand that to win someone over and convert them to your truth, coercion, oppression, cruelty and genocide, is not the way to convince others of the "goodness" of your God... I don't suspect the Indigenous was any different than I in that.... I would have rather died fighting than follow a God such as theirs...

After the Revolt, an inquisition was held to learn of the origins and reasons for the revolt, why would these strange people revolt against these murderous peoples God? Strangely enough, those who adhere to the religion to this day, forget that it was by threat of death and force, that they belong today...  It would seem the more Natives that were questioned, but not without being reminded of those who were hung for lying... the name Pope' (Poh-pey) kept coming up. Although it was Pope' that the finger kept pointing to, the stories slightly varied in more or less detail. It would seem clear to me that the accusations made against him claiming he communicates with the devil, and is a sorcerer... this sounds like the accusations of a forced religion calling the kettle black, Pope' in my mind, was righteous man... 


In one of the many coercive interviews... one stands out in great detail concerning how the revolt came about... this came with the forced testimony of the Indian prisoner, Pedro Naranjo of San Felipe of the Queres Nation. Although there were many testimonies forced, the following is of most interest… and in which I find another of those things, which caused my jaw to drop in wonder… again, lets see how many of you can see the implication…

Ps... an estufa is an stove, oven, or furnace...






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