This, that was easy for the people who lived near the Mexican coast and which they were experienced to sail, was impassable for the Chibchas. But we give by proven, for a moment, the conclusion of Brinton: tribes of the town chibcha they emigrated of the high plateau towards the North and went to settle down near the Atlantic Coast, in the isthmus of Panama and Costarrica. Soon from where they came then the Chibchas? It was not of the Earth of the Incas, since Brinton says that " there are many satisfactory reasons to think that the first Quichas appeared in the South America in the North end that they occupied lately (Ecuador), and who the course of its migration went constantly of North to Sur." They did not descend the Chibchas from slow the Exempt ones, nor from the Scyries, winners of these, that said to have arrived at the coast of Ecuador, coming from the Northwest by sea, embarked in rafts. They did not enter either by the East of Venezuela, with whose Barbarian tribes have not been them affinities of any class. They were, then, original of the North America, and probably left from the Mexican territory.
Some of their biases finished to their long peregrination in Costarrica and the part the northwest of the isthmus of Panama, where they settled down; others they continued sailing the Southeast and by the Magdalena river the interior of the New Kingdom of Granada. This is at least what it seems more probable to us, and what is more in agreement with the facts. If the Chibchas, the Talamancas, Chiriques and Guaymes had a same origin, first they did not return to communicate with the three last ones, and the art took different way between these two great divisions from the family, in the long centuries that passed from their separation.