When you said:
Although it might even be true Incas might have sailed the Pacific, they were certainly not responsible for Polynesian colonization. I am amazed by your post, it is really intriguing that Easter Island appears to bear evidence of Inca culture and/or similar building techniques...
I guess one should rather ask who were the "black" and "white" people or what were they doing there, in the first place...
Anyway, Inca could have reached Easter island, even taught them how to construct "polygonal walls", as you put it. But there is more to this story than is apparent to the eye.
I never said the Incas were responsible for the Polynesian colonization, only that they had reached Easter Island (and maybe the Galapagos) and built their typical Inca style walls there.
"I guess one should rather ask who were the "black" and "white" people or what were they doing there, in the first place..."
Wasn't that my question number 1?
Maybe Túpac Inca Yupanqui's expedition reached as far as these "Pearl islands" near Panama or islands in their neigbourhood and captured some darker skinned Mayans?
And didn't I answer what was considered 'white', and so on?
Edited by Abramelin, 09 January 2013 - 03:00 AM.