Friday, September 07, 2007
Sacrifice Continues With New Names
Only 15 with two children. How sad to see the triple sacrifice. She is amazingly well-preserved. Today we still do sacrifice and call it....
"warfare, genocide, and other words."
Commentary by Dr. InaNorma Yanez
AP - Thu Sep 6, 11:10 AM ET
The mummy 'La Doncella' or 'The Maiden' is seen on display at the High Mountain Archeological Museum (MAAM) in Salta, Argentina, Thursday, Sept. 6, 2007. 'The Maiden,' who is on display for the first time since her discovery in 1999, was approximately 15-years-old when she and her two children died as human sacrifices to Gods by the Incas more than 500 years ago on the top of the Llullaillaco volcano. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
Comment..... Dr. J. and Family said...
We in Peru treasure this beautiful maiden. Yes, her sacrifice was for fertility. Yes we still do sacrifice all over the globe and call it "warfare, genocide and other words" just like you wrote it, Dr. Yanez.
Dr. J. and Family in Lima, Peru