Jan 14, 2009

"Japanese People Taste the Best, Whites are Too Salty!"--Cannibals of Papua New Guinea Said

cannibals and headhunters of Papua New GuineaThe people living in the jungles of Papua New Guinea live in a very different world. It's so different that it becomes horrible and gruesome. The people there are referred to as headhunters and cannibals. They love to eat 'people'.

Below--Full Story of Cannibals of Papua New Guinea

"Brave Italian photographer Iago Corazza travelled the country, the island at the end of the world, and took photos of its fascinating inhabitants, who still live a Stone Age existence."

"You find people here who can describe the taste of human flesh," Corazza stated.

"Anthropologist Olga Ammann describes it more succinctly in the book. She quotes people who have eaten other humans: 'The meat of white people smells too strongly and is too salty.' The Japanese are meant to taste the best, according to her study - the only thing that beats it is the meat of their own women." (Bild.com)

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cannibals and headhunters of Papua New Guinea^The Cannibals of Papua New Guinea (Photo by Paul Raffaele, Smithsonian magazine, September 2006/Source)

How Cannibalism started in Papua New Guinea

"The Rev. James Chalmers, one of a long line of amazingly courageous missionaries who have worked there, and all too often fallen victims to the very practices they had devoted their lives to attempting to eradicate, was successful in discovering the legend underlying cannibalism in New Guinea. There is a curious parallel, here, to the Garden of Eden story, and one is inclined to suspect that the native who told him the legend was already a convert, and had learned at any rate the basic Old Testament story!

"I asked him [Chalmers records] why they ate human flesh. He told me that it was the women of the tribes who first urged the men to kill their fellow human beings for the purpose of eating them. The husbands were, the man told me, returning from a successful hunt far inland. As was their custom, they were blowing their conch-shells and singing and dancing.

As they approached the village, coming down the river in their canoes piled high with wallabies, boars and cassowaries, the women called out to them: 'What success, husbands, that you sing and dance so?' 'Great success,' the men shouted back. 'Plenty to eat. Here, come and see for yourselves.'

The women approached the canoes, and when they saw what was in them, they called out: 'What, just that dirty stuff?' And then, in voices of scorn: 'Who is going to eat that? Is that what you call successful hunting?'

Then the men began reasoning among themselves: 'What do our wives mean, mocking us like this?' And one of them, wiser than the others, said after much thought: 'I know. They want the flesh of man!'

Then, throwing the wallabies and boars and cassowaries over the sides of their canoes, they went quickly along the river to a neighbouring village and brought back with them ten bodies. But, the man said to me, the men returned in their canoes without their usual singing and rejoicing.

When the women who were waiting for them on the river bank saw them approaching the village, they called out: 'What have our husbands brought for us to eat, this time?' And then they looked, but their husbands did not look at them, only cast their eyes downwards at what lay in their canoes. 'Yes, that is right!' shouted the women. 'Dance and sing again, now, for you have brought back with you something worth dancing and singing about!'

Then the ten bodies were taken out of the canoes and put on the river bank.

And the women cooked them, and pronounced them good. And from that day till now, the men and women of these tribes have always said that the flesh of human beings is better than the flesh of any other animal." (Garry Hogg, Cannibalism and Human Sacrifice, quoting the Rev. James Chalmers, Life and Work in New Guinea, RTS, 1895/ Source)

How Human Flesh Tastes According to Cannibals in Papua New Guinea

"Human flesh is stated to resemble pig in flavour, but to make better food, since – although they both taste much alike – the former has the more delicate flavour, as well as the further advantage, claimed for it by every one who can be persuaded to talk freely on the subject, that it never produces any painful feeling of satiety, or induces vomiting. It has been emphasized by these people that if too much pig flesh were eaten, a man's stomach would swell up and he would be sick; but that human flesh might be eaten until a man found it impossible to swallow any more, without producing these unpleasant symptoms..." (C. G. Seligmann, south-eastern New Guinea, The Melanesians of British New Guinea, Cambridge University Press, 1910/ Source)

"Japanese People Taste the Best, Whites are Too Salty!"--Cannibals of Papua New Guinea Said


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Earpoke 4:55 AM  

Thanks for the article, now if I'm ever offered human flesh for dinner I'll know to order Japanese.

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