Currently, for the researchers of the subject, the language Pankararu, practically extinct, constitutes one of the many isolated languages of the South America. In accordance with the comparative linguistic method, its ' ' point of disperso' ' it would be beyond 4.000? 5,000 years B.C., chronological depth accurately inferred of not the relationship with no language or linguistic family, hindering the identification of its genetic filiation. This identification is based on the beginning of that ' ' the geographic area in which the members most divergent of a family are concentrated is probably the area of origem' ' focus of dispersion of other linguistic communities. Extended to the isolated languages, this principle would be interpreted in the direction of that an area of concentration of languages of gnese unknown – in case that northeast – a dispersion point would constitute, however, did not evaluate them, verifying contradictions and, with this, the impossibility of if using good part of them, not to be the exempt ones of doubt, proven for other sources. New hinterland that appears as an urban nucleus florescente related the important data, could not be identified with none of the marginal municipal headquarters, not even with towns of the area (Pierson 1972 b: 198). In the decade of 80, researchers of the NEA-UFPE had registered Christian religious manifestations, as ' ' wheel of S. Gonalo' ' in the Jatob farm, aboriginal ritual e, as tor, in property of indian tux, Itacuruba-FOOT, while in the Forest-FOOT city the practical one of tor was evidenced in the Atikum Reserve, as a reaprendizagem, and in the neighborhoods of the mountain range of the Arapu inhabited for members of this group, as one practical almost current with certain day in the week for its accomplishment.