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The animals were well suited to colder, windswept grasslands found above 4000 m. There was always danger at that altitude – again, from hail, hard freezes, and predation – but the animals did well in those high grasslands, where they required few herders and no standing water. During the growing season camelids were generally transhumed to those high pastures where corn and other low- and mid-elevation crops will not grow. The animals’ dung was used to enrich soils on which the animals themselves did not graze; prize llamas were sacrificed to ensure the growing season’s rains.
How is it possible,” ludwig wittgenstein asked, “to experience [meaning] in an instant? . ”5 Wittgenstein’s commentary on visual perception and cognition also has something to tell about the Inca order of vision and power. The philosopher characterized instants of perceptual insight as Erleuchtung. ” With the word Wittgenstein referred to the suddenness and immediacy of visual comprehension, as well as its improbably complex ramifications. This jolting incandescence of sight and insight veers close to Inca conceptions of the sacred broadly identified as wak’a.
In effect, the cloth was opened up as the fabric structure was built out. Held at the corners, a finished piece of openweave may be raised upright. It falls as a square of marbled crepe, light and transparent (Fig. 14). The Estremaduran soldier Juan Ruiz de Arce could see as much. Late in the afternoon of 15 November 1532 he stood with about twenty other soldiers in the courtyard of a monumental Inca architectural complex on the eastern edge of the Cajamarca valley. Francisco Pizarro had sent the party forward as an embassy to the Inca ruler: they were to invite the native king to meet with Francisco Pizarro in central Cajamarca, and they were to take their measure of the Incas’ forces across the valley.