Easter Island (Rapa
In the Pacific
Ocean, located 2,300 miles from the coast of Chile, seemingly in the
middle of nowhere, there is an isolated island that is known for its
hundreds (887) of colossal humanoid statues called the "Moai". (Seen on
the right.) It is told that a Moai is a statue in honour of a deceased
person. The biggest Moai, - though unfinished laying in the bedrock -
weighs an incredible 250 tons. The tallest erected Moai statues are
weighing up to 86 tons.
There is no explaination for how these immensely heavy statues could have been quarried and transported across the island. These Moai statues also have bodies, which through time and ages, had gradually (but not fully) sunken into the ground. Upon these bodies there had been found carvings of unknown hieroglyph-like writing or symbols.
The native of people of Easter Island would
have told the English architect Robert Stacy-Judd, that this island
was actually the peak of a holy mountain from the lost continent of
"Mu" (Lemuria). They believe Rapa Nui was the only portion
of the continent that had not been covered by the sea.
According to the natives, because they where
pretty stuck on the island, it eventually got depleted of it's own
natural resources, and at that time they eventually sank so low they
gave in to the horrors of cannibalism that further destroyed most of
According to Dr. Douglas James Cottrell, the Maoi were markers for those who lost their lives in "the land of Mu and Og, to Lemuria itself". (Edgar Cayce mentioned the land "Og" as the ancient land that existed of both ancient Bolivia and Peru; see Cayce Reading 993-1.) These stones would float (antigravity technology?) and would be engrained with the prayers of a thousand priests. They were positioned facing to the west, were Mu once was. (Source: "Rev. Douglas James Cottrell PhD examines Easter Island" and a follow up video, both by Rammsteinregeln.)