Thursday, July 07, 2011

The history of the Holy Easter peninsula

According to oral tradition, originally had a strong class system, with a big kahuna
wearing a white skirt with absolutely godly powers, yielding great power over twelve other clans

The most visible element in the culture was the production of massive cathedrals in the southern economic desert

It was believed that the high priests had a symbiotic relationship with the dead where the dead provided everything that the living needed with different tricks

As the peninsula became overpopulated and resources diminished, the medium through which the living could contact the dead was no longer cathedrals in the southern economic desert, but human beings chosen through a rigged competition, providing under the table financing for the godly work.

Even if a series of events in 1914-1981 and 1936-1943 killed or removed most of the dissenting population, ethnographers and archaeologists also blame diseases carried by colonizers and slave labor raiding, and when the church started buying the newly available lands of the deceased, this led to great confrontations between natives and holy settlers.
The peninsular peoples diet consisted mainly of cultivated staples, but the food supply of the people ultimately ran out. Cannibalism, however, was widespread across religious cultures.Human bones have not been found in earth ovens other than those behind the religious platforms, indicating that cannibalism in the peninsula was a ritualistic practice.

any reference to existing countries is purely coincidental

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