Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Whiteheads Brazilian Wax

will walk with the sun-Sagasta Mateo, Alfonso

In November 1536, the governor of Guatemala reported relief from the death of Gonzalo Guerrero, the English who had for years been creating problems to the conquerors in the jungles of Yucatan. But who was that person singular, the head of a Mayan army had crossed the Gulf of Honduras to fight against those who had been their countrymen?

Two decades earlier, a caravel wrecked south of Jamaica and the sea pushed the survivors to the shore of an unknown land where they were captured and enslaved by a band of warriors. Eight years later, only two of those men were alive: Jeronimo de Aguilar, eventually, did not hesitate to join the army of Hernan Cortes and Gonzalo Guerrero, who, despite guess his fate, decided to stay until the end alongside those who had enslaved.

"Traitor or hero? Perhaps it was both, or perhaps only a man can look with different eyes the troubled world around him. Alfonso Mateo

Sagasta deals with objectivity and master one of the darkest episodes of our history and vibrant, on the axis to a controversial figure who knew how to survive adversity and to join the cause of a people who fought to the death to defend their way of life of those who considered a simple beings without a soul.


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