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    Easter Island, about three thousand miles west of Peru, was first settled (according to the darwinists) circa 400 a.d., obviously by seafarers, from where the darwinists will not say, however, ancient legends from Easter Island tell that Hotu Matua first arrived there bringing plants and animals from his ancient homeland which was submerged by the sea (when the Ice Age was ending), bringing with him 67 tablets of script, the unknown RongoRongo writing script of Easter Island, about a third of the signs of which are virtually identical to the also undecifered (but should be as it’s sanskrit) Indus Valley script, from that civilization half the world away, across the vast Pacific ocean, having navigated by the surprisingly simple method explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com.

    Further complicating matters for the darwinists is that since they are forced to admit that Easter Island (because of the archaic megalithic constructions there) was first settled by seafarers at least a thousand years before Christopher Columbus, they are therefore admitting ancient navigation across a vast body of water, the Pacific, far greater than across the Atlantic, rendering foolish once again the notion that the Americas were first settled by the descendants of cavemen having trudged across the Bering Land Bridge during the Ice Age, which ended actually circa 1500 b.c. when the legendary kingdom of Hotu Matua near the Marquesas succumbed to the sea.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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