Neolithic Statue from Moscopan, Cauca, Colombia with swollen cheek from chewing coca leaves. In 1943, the statue was excavated and moved to the History Museum in Popayan/Júktwécx nasa kwethte naw nitx fīja dxipas çuvxinxi ësx peçen usa colombia. Txhäa kweta 1943 äçxhä tegçx yaatxkan pooayante üsa.
At the back, a new sacred house for Kite Kiwe; the people; have not had one since the massacre. In the front of the building site, a memorial of white stones is dedicated to the dead. Today the leaders are threatened to death. Dxiite vxak yath vxithnxi ksxåbuçx yeçyewesx nasa txīwé kite kiwe yaaçte txisjwëtx teeçx yaath ewnas. Txanitey jímeeçx īkmey nayate. Dxipte vxak unxinas dxipkwe nuwésx pepetej .äçxhä dxiiktenasa ksxabunxinasa ikwa wéwn uwate. Ksxabuçxa çhxätaa nxausu yeçtey thxi
Image of the coca plant native to the Andes in South America that was considered sacred by the Incas Pre-Columbian tribes. This ancestral plant was used by the indigenous 8000 years ago; it’s still use today by some indigenous groups./Kaapnásanxi ësx tasx andes wésxa yūçe sujuta inca wésxa jūktewésxa sújūkta äçxpkaçx txhäa nasa suramėrica wesxa.