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these OLMECS if they were black people must have been well before the Mandinka arrived, these people were ancient mariners probably from the Nile civilization, possibly thousands of years before the mali people even........
the lack of Arabic text carvings on the rock has never been found up to yet..

what about the mosques Cortez saw dotted along the coastline in the early part of the 15th century..

interesting and mysterious.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Ciudad_Blanca" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


Legend of the Monkey God
On October 4, 2015, the National Geographic Channel premiered Legend of the Monkey God, a documentary about Steve Elkins' quest to find the White City. It features interviews with Elkins and author Douglas Preston, who accompanied the 2015 expedition to Honduras, as well as with Stewart.

The Lost City of the Monkey God
On January 3, 2017, the book The Lost City of the Monkey God: A True Story by author Douglas Preston, was published. It chronicles the history of the search for Ciudad Blanca or the Lost City of the Monkey God and provides a history of Steve Elkins' search for Ciudad Blanca and a description of the Under the LiDAR (UTL) expedition and its results.
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great book and in passing hits a political point in a bibliographic reference on one page near the end

all about civilization controlled by a few individuals who have convinced the public to reward some arkaic 'skill' only the few can demonstrate


half the team who went in to scout the site the plane had found got a rare ancient disease that myans were scared to death of and carved figures showing its advanced stage

that being the complete atrophy of collegen about the nose and upper pallete

grim shit, and
the remedy is so toxic
some of the victims couldnt withstand the treatment

one of the ways they know theyve really found an unlooted site is the top layer of artifacts

for centuries after civilization collapse
people would come and leave offerings
ceremonial rememberances of what have been

the first things that would disappear into the market if found by looters

fucking wild when you think it through...
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Yes! that last video dill was fascinating despite lackluster presentation. the ancient calendar!!! Was the first I heard of it, putting olmec civilization well over 3000 years old. I had to go Google it. What caught my attention was the calendar indicated they had long ago invented the use of zero! To me this implies their culture had to be very philosophically sophisticated, older than the stone carvings imply. In my best Spock voice: fascinating.

What's this about mosques, Cortez? Makes me wonder who influenced whom..

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cortez mentioned "mesquites" ( mosques) in mexico in his journals in the early part of the 15th century

some student's dissertation, , around 5 pages in total

Moors in Mesoamerica: The Impact of AlAndalus in the New World

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/history/media/ ... 10shaw.pdf" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Thanks man, download it, started skimmimg, Whoa! This is interesting. Ummm not just five pages I was on page 14 befor I realized 52 pages. Need to brew Moore more coffee.

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^ ha

i see what you did there!!

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bentech wrote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Ciudad_Blanca


Legend of the Monkey God
On October 4, 2015, the National Geographic Channel premiered Legend of the Monkey God, a documentary about Steve Elkins' quest to find the White City. It features interviews with Elkins and author Douglas Preston, who accompanied the 2015 expedition to Honduras, as well as with Stewart.

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thanks ben, real interesting.....


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theres this guy on our climbing site

posts these threads on decending uncharted rivers in honduras

posts pick

and he finds heaps of those metata on legs...


fucking wonders of constructions if i dont say so myself...
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more than half of that team that went in
contracted a horrible parasite
several of those couldnt withstand the treatment

and wont talk in public about their deal


its ugly...
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