The Zapotecs Are the Most Religious People in the Americas

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Why in the world did some people insist that the Zapotecs had a special relationship with their gods and were the most religious people in the Americas? Did they have one in the mountains of Mexico? Did they have one in the northern highlands of Guatemala? In what was the first nation to be discovered? In what was the first one to go to war with its neighbor?

But one must go looking in history, even in the dusty archives of the church. There are many such people.

They come out of the highlands, all of them the sons and daughters of conquistadors and friars, and they come out of a land where the idea of God is very, very strong. There are even some who say they represent a spiritual presence. And they have their own idea of the world.

They do not believe in God. They do not believe in the devil. They do not believe in the existence of hell. But they do believe that all people are going to be brought into the gates of heaven with Jesus, who is the savior. And there is a place for everyone on Earth.

But there are some people who insist they are special, who insist they represent a spiritual presence and believe that all people are going to be brought into the gates of heaven with Jesus, who is the savior. And there is a place for everyone on Earth.

This is a little overstated. The Zapotecs believed in a deity.

What made you think the Zapotecs were the most religious people of the Americas?

They are a small people. They are not the most religious. But they are the least religious people. They are the least religious people in the Americas. There is no religion that is practiced by more than 10 per cent of the people in the Americas. There is no religion that is practiced by more than 10

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