THE SILVERWARE SERIES
# 5 THE RESULTS OF THE SILVERWARE WARS
After several thousands of years of Silverware Wars there were also thousands of people killed with Silverware Rocks. Some prehistoric species of birds, fish and animals were also almost extinct from the proliferation of the Rocks. There were several attempts to control and prohibit the Rocks but no one paid much attention. There were signs and painting on rocks and in caves like, “If they take away Silverware Rocks from good Cavepeople, only bad Cavepeople will have Rocks.” The whole issue caused most people to start carrying more and bigger Rocks. Other signs said, “Rocks don’t kill Cavepeople, Cavepeople kill Cavepeople.” A moral platitude to challenge a philosophical one.
What was once a rather large and unified Community of Cave people soon became divided, scattered into segregated communities. Over time these diversified groups took on their own particular identities of habits of dress, customs, language, skills and political and social differences. For example some groups only wore spotted leopard skins and others mostly bison skins. Some radical groups wore various two-skin combinations and some hardly wore anything. So it was that most divisions in human history have been caused by Silverware Wars of one kind or another.
The one thing that remained constant was the different but necessary carrying of a Silverware Stone. Some people even learned to sling their Silverware in a simple overhead swinging sling for defense and hunting. They were highly valued people among these early groups. They were known as Silverware Warriors or Silverware Slingers. They were highly esteemed by both Cave Women and Cave Men. There were more women than men in these groups. They were highly effective with Silverware Stones.
No, really, this is what happened.
“And you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.” Jesus