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Re: [Ancient-Mysteries] Top Finds on Bolivian Highlands - Revisit

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  • mike white
    i inserted the image of the original cabeza find from another island in titicaca. so many ethnicities are portrayed that one wonders how so many can persist
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 29, 2004
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         i inserted the image of the original cabeza find from another island in titicaca.  so many ethnicities are portrayed that one wonders how so many can persist there was no ocean crossing before columbus.
         btw, the article mentions using carbon dating of ceramics.  i wasnt aware that such a thing was possible, unless the glazing or pigments were organic.  conveniently, the date falls right in the mainstream.  if tiwanaku was in its late classic period in 1200 ce, the inca would not have gotten their empire. 
         the inca had colleges for the noble young right up to colonial times.  they were well aware of their history, even if somewhat corrupted to allow divergent lines to rule.  the colonial chroniclers who interviewed them on their history makes no mention of tiwanaku being inhabited in the period 900 to 1200 ce.  it was said to be in its ruined and abandoned condition from their earliest records.  there are legends of a remnant white race being on some islands in titicaca, before being conquered and eaten by other tribes.  the experts should be as fast to challenge dating that conforms to their own ideas, as they are to anomalous early dates. 
       
       
      Kind regards,
      Mike White
      http://all-ez.com/yahoo-groups.htm
       
       
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