Long-eared Easter Island

The second area of the Earth where found traces of "angels" — Easter Island. This secluded piece of land area of only 50 square miles, lost in the vastness of the Pacific Ocean, two thousand miles west of the Chilean coast, is known primarily for its mysterious stone giants — the moai.

According to the legends of local residents recorded by F. Mazerom, these sculptures were created in ancient times. Presiding over this project arrived on the island about a hundred Hanau eepe ("long-eared people"). Among the newcomers were no women, "long-eared" brutally exploited the locals Hanau Momoko ("korotkouhih people"), causing them to carve huge statues of volcanic rock, which is so rich island. In the end, Hanau Momoko rebelled against the "long-eared". The latter were herded into a trap and in 1280 burned down in a huge fire, the survivors killed and ate the winners.

It would seem that this story — usually in the area of the Earth example confrontation of different tribes. But the alarming descriptions and come down to our time images of "long-eared". It was clearly unusual people, sharply distinguished from the Polynesian-islanders (natives of Easter Island — settlers from Polynesia). Until now, the island locals made wooden statues "long-eared", called moai kava kava.

They represent an extremely lean man with a large hooked nose, a big toothy mouth and bulging eyes. The researchers humorously call these images "skinny ghosts." Striking edge "long-eared", as if covered with leather, the same as if glued to the top of the back, the spine with a round "badge" in the rump and round pads on the shoulder blades and the back of the head. Researcher F. Mazer inclined to see in these details the anatomy of the anomaly. Incidentally, the site www dom2 ru you can see all the series Dom2 online.



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