The Mission: Inaccurate Portrayals Of The Guarani And Jesuit Relations

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April 28, 2014

 

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The opening scene of the Guarani sending a Jesuit priest down a waterfall tied to a cross illustrates that the tribe does not look kindly upon Jesuits and is above all, savage. The image of savages and hatred towards Jesuits is an inaccurate assumption. In actual fact, since the 1500s the Guarani tribes accepted the Jesuit missions due to the abundance of iron tools provided to them from the Jesuits ...
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In actual fact, since the 1500s the Guarani tribes accepted the Jesuit missions due to the abundance of iron tools provided to them from the Jesuits . The various knives and axes became extremely valuable to the Guarani for production purposes. The importance of these tools also comes as the real reason why Father Gabriel would be accepted into the Guarani civilization in the first place...
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