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jueves, 1 de julio de 2010

THE COMB from gold of SHIRACKAMPA ( II )

THE COMB from gold of SHIRACKAMPA ( II )

The little Tupac, loved the conversation and carve Oruna always sat on the hill of Mollebamba it to wait in the arrival of his travels. Thus, in one of his travels, came much more tired and showing signs of many troubles that denoted his face sallow and dark. One of the acllas sighted the merchant pays the road and ran to his little Apu Sapa to let you know that came Oruna. He nodded with a shrug of his head and told him to sit on his side to expect and receive the news that it brought. In it he saw flames coming with their very ceremonious and swaying were being approached by the capac yummy in his direction, the came before them and carrying a big lump as they do their brethren nationwide.



Already seeing near the small Tupac, the carving is thin on the ground echo, bouncing his big package before running to his feet and worshiped him and mourn bitterly giving a speech in which breathlessly cried bitterly. He recommended to calm down and ordered her to give him aclla drinking chicha peanut that he always liked, but that alone was reserved for the Capac Kuna, but he always liked to go against the ordinances his father and his lineage, since there was no difference between runes and Capak sicnchis as he was. The aclla, knowing the customs of his little toad apu, whom I respect a lot, agreed, and in one for runes for kero served chicha, reached out and drank one sip the entire contents and already breathing better he said:

Small MI Sapa Apu, you know that I respect and love very much, for being very generous with this poor rune that unfortunate I have to stress on the double, having two families who maintain, not lacking anything. I was planting my fields of sweet potatoes for my land in Chulucanas, being tired when I started to relax a little and drank water, because the Taita Inti embraced us with its intense heat. In this I was very asleep and dreamed that I woke up in a very huge gap in a faraway place, where only apu was filled with water like a stone, as there is in the tops of the apus of Huascaran and Pumapampa. In these waters, were the color of darkness emerged a beautiful woman, but her beauty was different than the busts or acllas serve you. He looked very steadily into my eyes and gave me a lot of fear, stretched out his hand and gave me a very fine comb all of gold, as is the color of Tata Inti and said comb.



I replied, what you want me to comb? I do not wear long hair, only the anti redskins use it, for that is their custom. She again ordered me to take it.

With great fear and did not take what I said and turned out in another time, like a small hummingbird flying around the Tawantisuyu. In it I saw a great procession that was moving Sinchis Caxamarca and many warlords and guardians surrounding Sapa Inka Grand Apu who traveled in his berth for the Grand Capac Yum. He was accompanied by the best warriors of all nations. In its wake were our Sapa Inca and his Whose Ñustas, all dressed in their best clothes and carried in litters. I approached to hear the conversation we had the Sapa Inka with one of his generals, mentioned that they would know they wanted a means rare runes flames mounted very special and had a face full of hair, as the monkeys of the halt redskins. The Sapa Inca, did not seem dangerous these rare runes. But he judged that his general were very dangerous, what the Sapa Inka, mentioned that he had certainly impressed many omens that he had mentioned the sages of Catequil. He recommended not to worry that the sages and uncles living in Samana, near the actual Tambo Tablachaca, had seen the lakes in Cochamarca and had mentioned that was not the time change was not to worry about predictions and Catequil De Lurin. Well said generally that if they believed the Great Sapa Inka, they understand, but those rare runes seemed very dangerous and walked away holding his stole with his coat of chonta and deerskin.

Would walk several hours, as the porters who were chosen from among the strongest, ran down the road, without feeling it the Great Sapa that he was traveling and could see the bathrooms of the ravine, where were the apartments of Capak Kuna. Arriving there, the whole army made their camp surrounding the great Panaka, like a circle of safety. So were all enjoying the benefits of hot water from the Glen.



In this rare runes came face as the water, but smelled of decayed animal and all went away, also came in a rare flame which mounted. They came with some clothes and a few wahoo that seemed rare metals. The frog did not receive them but met with one of the generals, who was in charge of matters dealing with rare runes and was the youngest of them, who had agreed to put them for being so brave and warrior. He told the bearded runes that would give her reason to her lord and to give them a response with a chasqui. He did, then the Sapa Inka decided to accept the invitation to come to see what they had beards Runes by Sinchi to one Francisco Pizarro. That name more rare, their generals smelled weird and bad that name, but he feared them, taking a huge army, winning many battles.



So the date arrived and enlisted all his generals and busts. The Coya not want to see the bearded runes, because he said it smelled bad and did not want to endure such nauseous smells very dirty and untidy people say they come from well beyond the breast cocha. Everyone wore their best clothes and went swimming with the best aromas in the bathrooms, so did the Sapa Inca, for enrostrarles that they were very clean some things that were contrary to those visitors, letting them know it was a bad politeness bathing. Carriers enlisted berthing where would the busts, the generals and very delicately that would transport the Grand Sapa Inca.
The time came and began the great procession, just stayed in the gorge all the main army, it was not the situation of a war but to express the courtesy of nations Tawantisuyu some foreigners who came to this great nation.

To be continued ...

Isaac II Tupac
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