Yeah Yeah before they were ABC Del Cafe and another name I mentioned earlier but forgot.Oh yeah they were 'Expresarte'.They must be pals with the other phony 'christian' from Monroe,Loiusiana whose brother is another 'christian pastor' or 'shepard' as these low life scum call themselves for tax purposes who apparently had to leave Louisiana over sum scandal and settle in Austin.He says he was living in El Salvador when the CIA's terrorists were killing priests and raping nuns.These are all part of the right wing religious tax write off folks who followed the CIA's Central American wars and converted Catholics to protestants for them in the 1980's and elected a fascist 'christian' fundamentalist here(Jorge Antonio Serrano Elías) in the early 1990's who later staged a coup to buy time to sack and loot Guatemala government coffers before seeking exile in Panama with his race horses.So what else is new?This same immoral minority also like Israel and the CIA has much to do with Mayan massacxres in the 1980's.
WHEN I VACATED THE SITE IT WAS UNDER THE VERBAL UNDERSTANDING THAT THE LANDLADY HAD A CLIENT WHO RAN A TOURIST OFFICE AND SO WE WERE QUITE SURPRISED TO FIND THESE UNETHICAL PEOPLE POSING AS 'CHRISTIANS'(HA),HAD THE POOR ETHICS TO BUY OUR PAST OR TRY TO FOR THEIR PERSONAL BENEFIT ALL THE WHILE PRETENDING ALL THE GOOD THINGS THEY DO.
Strange that they would offer take something belonging to me under the guise of seeing that I received the pataxte(Theobroma bicolor) shells I was saving to make chocolate drinikng cups,mugs,containers etc., along with seeds for planting and then simply to have thrown them away instead.I still have no idea why they offered to take them in the first place thus obviously guaranteeing they would never reach me.Only a couple of days ago a Guatemalan came in and said he'd asked the GuateJava where he could find me and they wouldn't tell him ! And yet they took my pataxte shells under the guise of keeping them for me !? To me those pataxte(Theobroma bicolor)shells were-are like a ancient Mayan atifact.They probably were used as drinking vessels at one time.Now besides a very few old women who continue a dying tradition of making a drink called 'tiste', that is simply ground seeds with corn and water,in one little department of Guatemala called Suchitepequez on the Pacific coastal plain it is totally unknown elsewhere.I was the only person who on finding it in our cacao beans to speculate that it could make a 'whiole bean' white chocolate rather than simply convenrtional white chocolate made with cocoa butter sugar and milk.So when I discovered how greedy and ignorant these cxon artists posing as christianhjs really were and how disrespectfull to a Mayan historic plant they had certainly never even seen before because it is becoming extinxt I was depressed and outraged.Here's a link to my original investigation into the properties of the seed.:
https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2009/.../428980.ht...30 abr. 2009 - Pataxte,(Theobroma Bicolor): Real White Chocolate,Macademia Nut Of The Guatemala Maya ? Like a living archeological artifact as well as a ...
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Gabor and Candy source their coffee from all over Guatemala, identifying small coffee farmers that are struggling to survive in a global market. Introducing techniques and practices to revitalize their plants, Gabor and Candy also offer relationship as they come along the families as partners and mentors. They share their faith as they commit to walking beside a family as they lift themselves out of poverty. This partnership is beneficial for the farmers, the local economy, and provides an amazing coffee experience for anyone that walks into the door of Guatejava, or orders their product online.
Afterwards I had two separate experiences that illustrated their approach of sharing faith through relationship: a weekly business meeting, and a discussion of how the lives of their employees are changed as they learn the values of the GuateJava family. It's so much more than a business, the Siklosi's are investing into families surrounding Antigua, providing stable employment, discipleship, and compassion..........