i expect that more similarities can
be found between the ancient cultures of southeast asia and mexico. my
findings tend to confirm edgar cayce, that the same mother culture affected both
areas, that known as lemuria.
no nation in 1100 ce would have built
such elaborate stone structures with such wonderful carvings and artwork, and
failed to put written inscriptions, taking credit for their work. the
ruins of cambodia are from a much earlier era, imho.
we should compare the art styles and
motifs to that of the ellora caves of india, which are also misdated. the
same silly chronology was used to date the temples and ruins of java and
bali. all probably date to before 10,000 bce, when written language
blavatsky discusses much of this, and
notes that its much older than thought. she said no buddhist influences
were depicted. im beginning to reconsider that, now that it seems likely
that buddhism began thousands of years before guatama buddha. the
long-ears also point to the possible anatomy of lemurians, its depicted
so little is known of remote human
history, that the lack of proof does not negate it.
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Sent: Friday, October 31, 2008 10:33
Subject: Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions]
Great info and links, Mike.
I continue to see strong similarities to some of the Mayan ruins,
particularly the Yucatan Puuc sites and Copan or parts of Ceibel and
Aguateca in the Peten of Guatemala, and then the Elephants to the rows of
Sphinx and Rams at Luxor in Egypt.
There may actually be roads hidden under generations of vegetation.
Although I do agree with you that the rivers were major highways for travel
There are some very ancient connections which have been lost to our
history which has been so focused on northern European males. I believe
strongly in a Pan Pacific trading civilization made up of many nations.