posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 03:42 PM
reply to post by racer451
How were all priests killed off if any population lived through the "Spanish Conquest"?
Some questions simply make no sense. This is a good example of a question that makes no sense.
USING YOUR LOGIC, which is all I see in your posting history, The German Leader of the Socialist Nationalist Party didn't kill all the
Rabbi's of the Jewish Faith.
Neither did the Conquistador's kill all the Mayan Priests.
Another failed question.
I have not claimed that all priests were killed. The problem is that you and no one else equated killing off the priesthood to killing all people.
That makes no sense at all. That is a mistaken inference.
It is possible to kill off the majority of the elite, the rulers, the leaders, and that has happened many times in history. The conquistadors were not
trying to destroy the local population. They were removing the leadership. They were replacing the existing culture with their own.
It is my understanding that the Nazis were not attempting to eliminate the leadership and subjugating the population. They were attempting to
eliminate the population - very, very different.
Let's face it you were completely and utterly wrong to suggest that elimination of the leadership and culture meant killing off the population.
Regardless of this, the fact is that there is very little information left from those times due to the actions of the invaders. What is left has been
worked out by archaeologists over a long time. It has been a demanding job.
There are plenty of people using their heritage to sucker people into sending them money. I say bully to those con artists. Go for it and empty the
wallets of the foolish.