Easter Island Moai Conspiracy
Posted by LOTGK on October 17, 2007
Easter Island. A small island where almost 900 Moai statues stand. Moai is the name the local inhabitants gave the great statues more than 500 years ago. The Grassy Knoll Institute asks why were they built?They were crafted from a rock quarry and then carted over land for miles and then erected on their pedestals facing away from the sea in a silent tribute……
But a tribute to what?
The inhabitants exhausted all of their natural resources to construct and move these great stone statues. The plentiful forest of trees were cut down to make crude rollers to move the great stones. More and more trees were needed to reach a greater distance and to erect the Moai’s.
Easter Island inhabitants began to wage war with one another to compete for what little resources were left on the island all for the sake of the Moai’s.
What drove them to kill and slaughter their own neighbors so as to erect more Moai’s? After many years, the island was left depleted of tree’s and food and other building and survival resources. The inhabitants died off leaving no written record of the purpose of the great Moai statues that stood guard around the island.
The only logical answer is that the island inhabitants had come under the influence of another culture. An Alien culture. An alien culture so powerful and terrifying that the island inhabitants would do anything to appease the intruders. Even carve and erect giant statues in a tribute to the intruders. Their only hope being that the aliens would be appeased enough to not destroy and eliminate the villagers. What they failed to realize though, was that they were destroying themselves.
This may be just one of many examples of experimentations on the human race from aliens. Perhaps this test was to see how far man could be driven to the brink of extinction and when he would rebel, if at all in the face of a superior force.
Even today, the island lays barren of trees and enough food sustaining vegetation to let a colony settle on the little island.
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