Easter Island: The Eyes of God Have Bodies!

Easter Island: The Eyes of God Have Bodies!

For those of us who have become accustomed to the giant stone heads, Moai, of Easter Island, the thought of the heads beign supported by a body might not have occurred as revealed by the Easter Island Statue Project.

Twelve years of digging has revealed just that raising more questions about these monoliths. With some heads up to 30 feet in height, and weighing more than a guestimated 80 tons. A timely finding that is conveyed to Fox News on the tail of the Annular solar eclipse that aligns with the Earth, Moon and our Galactic Center Alcyone (the middle of our Milky Way).

An isolated island between Chile and Tahiti known as Te Pito o TeHenua (the center of the earth) and Rapa Nui to the Polynesians is mostly volcanic rock, the same material from which the giant stone heads, Moai are made is, ‘the navel of the world’ to the inhabitants.  Legend refers to the Moai as Mata ki te Rangi (the eyes that look to the sky) – Matariki is a Maori name for the Pleiades (the Seven Sisters), which means “the eyes of God”; the same Pleiades that the Earth, Sun, and new Moon aligned with on the 20/21 May 2012, during the Annular Solar Eclipse.

Ahu Akivi is a sanctuary and celestial observatory with seven statues that look towards the point where the sun sets during the equinox in the direction of the ocean, but there are remnants of lumar calendars on the island. The bodies reveal a monolith carved in the form of half man, and half bird, but does the image represent a physical being or man’s spiritual ascension?

Named Easter Island after the landing of Dutch explorer, Jacob Roggeveen on Easter Sunday in 1722, the bodies are covered in the hieroglyphic script of the island, Rongorongo which is still not understood today.

Sources:

“Excavation Season V October-November 2011.” http://www.eisp.org/

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