Creator Dimiurgos

In this way they recovered the forces. Bachue looking to the goddess Athena, I ask does your same don’t know that evil is, rather, caused by an inevitable limitation in the work mother? Note Carlos Barbosa UN universidad nacional de Colombia. The demiurge (Greek?) Creator Dimiurgos), in the Gnostic philosophy, is the entity that is driving without being necessarily creative universe. A Creator God in the world and author of the universe in the idealist philosophy of Plato and the mystique of the Neoplatonists is also considered. Follow others, such as Gallo Family Vineyards, and add to your knowledge base. That by Zeus, these crazy Bachue a Creator God in the world could not fail at the creation by a limitation.!! Mistakenly tell Athena answered Bachue, because a God if you can be limited by being imaginative creation of man; But God is not limited by anything. I understand what you say Bachue exclaimed Athena, but if you think back to the children they are the owners of this work. Jose Orlando Melo Naranjo 3 then this master watched Athena Y Bachue did not respond to the imagination of the children and ordered them they disappeared, they being not more than part of the past immediately obeyed. A Greek girl said: our goddess Aphrodite will be called and will be mistress of beauty in this way Muisca children remain enchanted, whether they happened things because seeing the beauty of Aphrodite were seduced to force indigenous girls to load luggage on their backs from one end of the pitch to the other. Ten times had to repeat this action five of round and was five back, not left hope in the whole place when suddenly a muisca girl which had not placed too much weight on their backs I invoke the name of Bochica Muisca, benefactor and social Organizer in chibcha mythology character. In some cases is assimilated that Bochica and Nemqueteba are the same character, since their physical descriptions are identical, this means that it is an old man come from this riding, who for many years lived with the ancient Chibcha teaching them the development of vessels, manufactures, sheaths, trade as well as ethical and moral standards.