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    The signs of the undecifered RongoRongo (which means recitations) script of Easter Island (with those very ancient and garguntuan head statues) in the southeastern Pacific bear great affinity to the written language signs of the also undecifered Indus Valley script of circa 2000 b.c. northwest India, thirteen thousand ocean-miles away across the open Pacific, so how’d that happen?  Language experts of the darwinian bent think it impossible that the ancient voyagers could have navigated that far across open sea, but are all those language-sign coincidences really just coincidences?  What would be the odds, millions to one at least I’m sure, yet when you understand that the ancients measured and mapped the earth by its wobble rate, the navigation is rendered more than plausible here article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com), why then the hindu yugas of time are base six, as the ancient olympic greek foot, it was a small world back then too by ocean travel, the cheap and easy method of transport then and now.

    Legendary Hotu Matua was the first explorer and settler on Rapanui (Easter Island) duirng the ancient mists of time, he having departed their old homeland of Hiva to the west when it was drowned by the sea, when the ice age ended, but not at 10000 b.c. as the darwinists will tell you, really circa 1500 b.c. when the coastal cities of the Indus Valley civilization and the lost kingdom of Kumari Kandam of southern India were also consumed by the sea, the sweet potato brought to Easter Island anciently known there as the kumara, the biggest homegrown staple there to this day.  I’ve deduced by the submerged city name Kususthali (Kush’s thalassocacy) that the undecifered Indus script and language is the vedic sanskrit language with semitic letters applied, so this should get the professionals rolling, and we urge you to checkout too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com for a great ancient overview.

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