In 2006, David Bellamy proved that if X is a pseudo-circle in the complex plane which separates 0 from infinity, and if n epsilon Z+, then the preimage of X under z zn is also a pseudo-circle [1]. He ended his paper with two questions. The first question asks whether the preimage under z zn of a hereditarily indecomposable continuum which is irreducible with respect to separating 0 from infinity is necessarily hereditarily indecomposable. The second questions asks whether the preimage under z zn of a continuum which properly contains a pseudo-circle can ever be hereditarily indecomposable. In this paper, the author provides affirmative answers to both questions. In addition, the author explores the behavior of other properties of continua, when taking their preimage under z zn, and gives various examples of interesting continua which can be constructed using this technique