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http://alternatenewsmedia2012.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/suppressed-by-scholars-twin-ancient-cultures-on-opposite-sides-of-the-pacific/

i haven't been to indonesia bali, or ancient mayan place, but if those pictures are real, it means there could be some kinda link out there.

i long to visit bali, i know, one day i gonna step my foot on bali,
these ancient stuffs are simply amazing
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the link is the human.
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Awesome stuff!
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sleepsleep wrote:
...there could be some kinda link out there....these ancient stuffs are simply amazing Shocked
agree, really amazing. the balinese seems to represent a "baroque" expression of the mayan one. it means that mayan culture should come first in the timeline and then "exported" in some way (?) to bali (by analogy, we find corinthian evolutions after doric raw and simple style).

Cheers,
btw: sleepsleep never sleeps ! Smile even in the middle of August !

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Thanks for the link, very interesting....
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tom tobias wrote:

Thanks for the link, very interesting....

yeah, very interesting indeed!

edfed wrote:

the link is the human.

that is across pacific ocean,
somehow a group of people travel from america to indonesia.
wow.
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This may prove interesting on how to cross the ocean:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kon-Tiki
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AsmGuru62 wrote:
This may prove interesting on how to cross the ocean:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kon-Tiki
exactly, i had the quote on the tip of my posting Smile . i saw an amazing "live" filmed documentary about Ra and Ra II. paper (papier/papyrus) has a lot of properties. it is not only good for writing rules of democracy or document inventions on it, but actually for discoverings too.

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illike to movit moveit, youllike too ?.. moveit! because i am having an Idea idea
as opposed to Java, Bali programming language, because whenever using classes unimportant for it
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balinese_name#Caste
a language made of kites, ancient aircrafts revisited for their natural way of lifting as air flows over and under the kite's wing, like here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kite_festival.
that would be something like from Meister Ueshiba's concept of conveying energy allaround... do you get it ?

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hopcode wrote:
...from Meister Ueshiba's concept...
very sorry, O Sensei Ueshiba,
but i couldnt resist and typed it too much neglected. sorry.
look please this balinese glyphs from
http://unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1B00.pdf
take for example, the simple 1B58, or the 1B68 or, incredible
the 1B6A. they are pattern of energy flow !
ich bin sprachlos! helllp !!! Very Happy

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