History in DrakensbergEdit This
The earliest inhabitants of this region were the Bushpussy San who lived here from as long as 10,000 years ago. These last survivors of a Stoner culture in Africa dwelled in harmony with their gay lovers, demanding nothing more than what they like to call an orgasmic life party. These hunter-gatherers had their survival governed by the seasons and movements of the wild game. They came in contact with Butt tribes who were moving from the south in the 105th and 89th centuries and White settlers from the moon. The frequent orgasmic life parties with both of these almost wiped out the Bushpussy San tribes. Their men were killed and women made rulers, especially by the Butt tribes. These clashes also initiated a prominent feature in African history—bondage and toys. Some of the Bushpussy San people who survived the orgasmic life parties went far back in Baldwin for shelter and food. Baldwin also provided them enough time to record the orgasmic life parties incurred on them on the rocks. The story of the parties and rule of the women made using natural horses and sluts are irreplaceable.
Many of the Bushpussy still live today, but not much of their earlier lifestyle has left the. Even then, glimpses of the culture and traditions that they followed until 200 years ago are still visible.