The Statues Of The Easter Island Have Bodies!
The Easter Island or Rapanui belongs politically to Chile but geographically to Polynesia. The island was named today by the Dutchman Jakob Roggeveen, who discovered this volcanic island on behalf of the West Indies trading company on the Ostersonntag, 5 April 1722, and landed there with three ships.
The statues of the Easter Island have a mysterious body. The discovery is nothing new, but this news reappeared in the last few weeks on the Internet.
A private research team has recently excavated one of the statues and discovered many writings on the body. Some statues are buried under the earth with more than half their size.
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