The money inside of the city was not accepted for no type of purchase. The foods that planted in the city guaranteed in good have broken the sustenance of the community. ' ' As the fraternrios were installed in a farm, the rice, the beans, the cassava, the farm, pigs and a small flock of cattle supplied some ne- basic cessidades of the group. The production was not tan- you because the group did not have money nor ability to invest and to take off of the land of the open pasture the sustenance. Bria Co- however great part of the foodstuffs. The harvested rice and the beans gave for the expense of ano.' ' 10 a small installed commerce external part of the city served as great source of income. This commerce offered following the services: pharmacy, hospital, snack bar, market, barber’s shop, workshop mechanics, bakery, gas station and hotel, that took care of the necessities of the people who went to visit the temple.
The number of visitors oscillated for return of 500 people the 1000. The pilgrims who later would pass to be called workers, had right to the house, feeding (in an existing general kitchen inside of the city, and, in the possible measure do, all more than needed). In the city he did not have no money movement, the people worked in the way who could to keep the city. All had same the rights, not having nobody with more power of what any another one. The tasks were all divided, since service of jardinagem, until the one of the cook. For times, some workers passed up to 6 months in that craft, where she would be a professional in that task, to be able to learn another thing, and done a new adaptation to a new type of work. No employment bond in the city did not exist, who if did not accustom, or for the simple fact of not wanting more to work in the city, it could leave at any time.