She Was the daughter of the TUKANO creator god PAGE ABE. After her father had created humans, she descended to the earth and personally taught humans how to use fire and to cook, weave cloth and make pottery.how to build huts for shelter and how to weave cloth and make pottery.
Weaving is an ancient craft that is integral to the Incas culture high up in the Andean Mountains of Ecuador, Peru and Colombia. Women in the Andes, especially in rural areas, grow up learning how to weave from watching their mothers. This tradition is kept alive today partially because of the demand from tourism and people who enjoy buying and supporting handmade crafts. It is such a pretty sight to see the smiles of these ladies doing what they love most. ...
The indigenous people have been around for a long time. They dress distinctively. The women wear bright white shirts with embroidered flowers and long black skirts, multiple layers of gold beads around their necks, and their long, glossy hair wrapped with a ribbon in the back. Men wear black felt hats covering their long braided hair, wearing wool ponchos, and often with bright white pants. They both wear a sandal that looks like a flat espadrille. The people themselves are small – I am taller than almost every man here at 5’6″ – but they have broader chests that allow them to easily breathe at such a high altitude.