Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Easter Island Heads have Bodies

Archaeologists have found that the Easter Island heads are not just heads, but part of a larger body. The EISP (Easter Islands Statue Project), a privately funded research group in the interest of preserving and learning about these mysterious heads has discovered this shocking archaeological find. It appears that more then half of these grand sculptures have been buried and cannot be seen without excavation.

The question I pose to Arcturi reads and researchers is two fold: Why did they bury the greater part of these important statues? Or perhaps the better question is if the people did not bury these heads, what event did?

Read more about the Easter Islands heads here.

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