In the primitive hordes of hunters, composed of dozens of people, all did the same; there were no differences among its members. In the tribes, made up of hundreds of people, a few individuals differed from magicians, shamans, and sorcerers who channeled myths, lies and superstitions into the unknown, gaining influence and often becoming leaders of the tribe. The development of agriculture and technology created the necessary conditions what for the society became more complex; appeared the division of work. As a logic consequence, appeared the trade, the markets and merchants.
The agricultural and technological development and the success of food production was converted in slavery. The bosses reserved the monopoly of force and information. To manage the power they used to the warriors and shamans.