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Easter Island heads... they speak at last

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L.M. Leteane: Most non-fiction 'alternative history' authors and researchers confirm that South American legend speaks of a major 'War of the Gods' that took place there. This war, we will soon see, led directly to the sculpturing of the mysterious, gigantic heads of stone that now famously populate the shores of Easter Island, Polynesia. Although elements of this war has been well deciphered by authors such as Alan Alford in Gods of the New Millennium (he subsequently revised aspects of his general outlook) and by Zechariah Sitchin in several of his books, there are other important components that lay well beyond the periscope of these researchers. Unfortunately for them, to properly decipher these elements would have required the knowledge of a Bantu language – a language such as Sotho-Tswana [1]

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Anybody done any DNA testing on the locals on Easter Island to see where they might have come from?

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not exactly what your looking for but its similiar

http://www.sacred-texts.com/pac/ei/ei58.htm

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Anybody done any DNA testing on the locals on Easter Island to see where they might have come from?

Yep, and unsurprisingly they're Polynesian.

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I could use some Tiki heads for the back yard.

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Yeah they sure did speak with an 8.0 Earthquake.

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