Reflections from the Ah­nish­i­nah­bæójib­way (We, the People)

September 10, 1992

[uncompleted & unpublished]

The Minneapolis Star Tribune referred to the Goddess, Ceres, as the “Roman corn goddess,” implying Indo-European ownership of the Aboriginal Indigenous food crop which the Euro-Americans call “corn.”  The Romans built a temple to Ceres in 496 B.C.  Neither the Romans nor any other Europeans saw “corn,” (Mandoomin, aka Zea mays L.) until nearly two thousand years later, when sailors operating under Spanish sovereignty tried to steal two continents that did not belong to them in the name of an alien “God.”

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