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Feb 8, 2018

Khristopher comes from the indigenous people of the rainforest. He was born in 1962, in South America, somewhere between Suriname and Venezuela, to a a tribe of Amerindians. At that time, there were hundreds of tribes that were untouched by anybody.

Life in the jungle was very different than life in the modern world. There weren’t nearly as many conversation between people in the tribe, as you didn’t want to let predators know your location. That’s why his tribe’s vocabulary was very small and they only counted up to 5. Even people’s skin color was a certain brown, so they can be camouflaged in the jungle environment.

Khristopher’s tribe was also nomadic. By the time he was 5 years old, he traveled thousands of miles. His tribe’s routine was: Wake up, be thankful that everybody is still here, and keep moving. They had no home, and ended up at the tip of the Amazon forest, in Guyana. That’s where they encountered the infamous Jim Jones, man of the Kool-Aid.

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