Bochica taught them also to construr most suitable networks that the they had to catch fish in the lakes and rivers and to build better bows and arrows to kill hunting in the forests and the birds in the air. So was that the life of the chibchas changed aspect completely shortly after, and because it already had dresses, comfortable houses and abundance of food. In all directions the sown fields of grains grew, and people lived happy and satisfied. III. not limited to what was said the teachings of Bochica: ensenole also to the people the law of love and charity; ordenoles that keep the peace among themselves and with their neighbours; that to each which is respected as its own what they win with their work; that would help every one to the welfare of others; and they obedeciesen to their sovereign and to respect the laws established for the Government of the community. Bochica assured them that as soon as they live according to what had been taught them, they would be happy and would enjoy the protection and blessings of Zoe, the Supreme Governor of the world; and that, on the contrary, if they were not righteous and virtuous, if they forgot the cult of Zoe, if they were cruel and proud and wicked, punishment of Zoe be upon them. IV after having led the people from poverty to backlash, from ignorance to knowledge of the arts that had to do rich and happy, Bochica disappeared no one knew where or when was gone.
The chibchas recalled his teachings for a long time. His wealth was increasing every day, they builded, villages and cities, they sanctified temples to Zoe, the Almighty, and they traded with neighboring towns, changing their tissues by what those peoples could provide, it was gold mainly. They soon learned to work the gold and making charms and ornaments with which alhajaban their people or who carried the altars of temples as offerings.