The Amarekaire cannibals of Peru have 17 distinct recipes for cooking a human head.
Charismata is the plural of charisma.
In the King James Bible, Psalms 46, the 46th word from the first word is shake and the 46th word from the last word is spear. It is an homage to England’s foremost man of letters; the King James translation was finished in the year of Shakespeare’s 46th birthday.
Before mating, the female giraffe will first urinate in the male’s mouth.
In 2009, a retired policeman called Geraint Woolford was admitted to Abergale Hospital in north Wales and ended up next to another retired policeman called Geraint Woolford. The men weren’t related, had never met and were the only two people in the UK called Geraint Woolford.
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“Before mating, the female giraffe will first urinate in the male’s mouth.” – There’s really no way to unknow that now, is there?
It’s a free savannah.
Is the cannibal fact a past fact- or present? I’m still wrapping my head around the fact people eat people in the 21st century?! 😳😱 maybe a little sheltered and naive I guess 😕
They taste like chicken —
There are approximately 1600 Amarekaire left in South-East Peru, though a portion of that number consists of people from the Huachipaeri tribe to which the Amarekaire are closely ethnically related. These tribes have been observed by Europeans to indulge in cannibalism since at least 1721, although there might be earlier sources. As of today there is no such thing going on.
The present tense is used here to describe a permanent state of affairs regarding the culture of the Amarekaire tribe. The fact that these recipes originated in their culture however does not mean they practise cannibalism today. A dozen or so ways to kill an ox are mentioned in the Old Testament; now, this does not make Christians avid ox butchers – although you do hear odd things about Arkansas.
“– although you do hear odd things about Arkansas.”
Ummmm- I think I’ll get back in my bubble now 😂
Shew glad to know its not in practice as of current 😉
Thank you for educating all this it’s very interesting!