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Intravital portraits of the ancients

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In this section I will place photos of sculptures, bas-reliefs, engravings, wall paintings and other images which almost with 100 % certainty or high probability (I will specially stipulate it every time) have been made during  lifetime of the personages shown on them. Gigantic stone (from porous basaltic tuff, more seldom basalts) statues (from 3 to 22 m in altitude and from 5 to 90-150 tons in weight) of Easter Island and huge (from 1,5 to 3,5 m in altitude and from 10 to 35 tons in weight ) Olmec stone (from basalts and granites) heads, which have been found out in San Lorenzo, La Venta and other places of Mexico,  compose their large group.  The first have been made from IV - XI to XVII century AD, the second - not later than 1500 BC - I century AD, perhaps, much earlier (it is difficultly to tell concerning this accurately).
Tur Heyerdal, carrying out archaeological exavations on Easter Island considered statues of "long-eareds"
to be sculptural portraits of their creators. He had managed to prove that they portrayed white bearded men. Faces of statues have characteric features of  the Caucasoid race: straight narrow nose and thin, sharply delineated lips. Their chins are sharp-pointed and project forwards. Red rock "pucao" was specially picked up for their hair. Some explorers consider there exists some types of the statues (built with IV to XI centuries AD and with XI to XVII century AD) which can represent sculptural portraits of different groups of "Europeans" (or they reflect change of sculptural style with the lapse of time).
In the book "Earth before the Flood - the world of sorcerers and werevolves" I suggested that white people were natives of the northern continent of Hyperborea

Gandharvas (perhaps, also  Adityas and Daityas), which lived in Ireland and the Wales from VI millenary BC to I millenary BC and were known as demigods or divine demons of the "Danu people". After their defeat from Mile of Spanish's Sons in 1700-700 BC they moved from there to North America and had went procession across (through, via) it as "white bearded gods" (led by Quetzalcoatl, Bochika, Virakocha etc.) up to the American neck (isthmus) and the Incan empire in the South America (the modern Peru and Bolivia). However, they could not settle down there for a long time and, in long run, had been drived away by Indians.
The part of them, apparently, had flied away from the Earth on flight vehicles, which else remained with them, the other part had settled in America and under the name of "white" or "yellow" (red-haired) Indians had given to know about themselves up to the middle of XX century. At last, their larger part had sailed on larger ships onto islands of Polynesia. A lot of "white gods" landed on Easter island where they subordinated to themselves black population of the island for some centuries and forced them to hew gigantic stone statues (moai) - their intravital portraits.
There is difficult to tell, what exactly administered over them. Taking into account that gandharvas and the "Danu people" were outstanding scientists, musicians, artists and furthermore could foresee the future (they had demonstrated this, having foretold for some centuries earlier coming the Spanish conquerors in America), they could hew gigantic stone statues and put them on the same gigantic stone pedestals (bases) (ahu) for the purpose of leaving memory

about themselves to people. But the other is possible too. Jo Anne Van Tilburg, learning statues about 15 years, considers that they personified sacred relationships between the high chiefs of the island (gandharvas - A.K.), whose generalised portrait they were, and gods living in the sky. Proping up the sky, "moais meditated between land and heaven, people and chiefs, chiefs and gods".
And today carved from stone the great  sculptures of the great inhabitants of past epochs which lived on the Earth long before occurrence of people and, perhaps, were our parents or creators, look by their empty stone eye sockets (earlier they had eyes from corals with pupils from pumice) onto the sky and as if speak: "Look... There are our native land there...". But nobody perceives their tongue and hear them. As nobody can read the other messages left by them: gigantic lanes of  Nazca and North American  hills-maunds.

Olmec stone heads from San Lorenzo, La Venta and other places portrays  people with Negroid features: wide flat noses with large nares, plump lips and large eyes. They are almost iconic images of Africans in closely fitted helmets with thongs on chins and punctured ears with earrings. In the book "Earth before the Flood - the world of sorcerers and werewolves" I have shown that they, most likely, imaged Danavas  - Kalakeys which during more than 20 million years were enemies of Adityas and Gandharvas and had dominant position in America (together with dragon-people, multiarm beings and other "old" people, on a terminology of "Popol-Vuh") throughout many million years - up to coming there "white bearded gods" or a little earlier time.

Intravital portraits of the ancients. Statues of Easter island
Statues of Easter island, apparently, are intravital portraits of Gandharvas (and at the same time of representatives of the Danu people and elves)
Intravital portraits of the ancients. Statues of Easter island
Statues of Easter island, apparently, are intravital portraits of gandharvas (and at the same time of representatives of the Danu people and elves)
Intravital portraits of the ancients. Statues of Easter island
Statues of Easter island, apparently, are intravital portraits of gandharvas (and at the same time of representatives of the Danu people and elves)
Intravital portraits of the ancients. Olmec stone head
Olmec heads - almost iconic images of Africans. Most likely, they were danavas-kalakeys which during more than 20 million years had dominant position in North and South America
Intravital portraits of the ancients. Olmec stone head
Olmec heads - almost iconic images of Africans. Most likely, they were danavas-kalakeys which during more than 20 million years had dominant position in North and South America
Intravital portraits of the ancients. Olmec stone head
Olmec heads - almost iconic images of Africans. Most likely, they were danavas-kalakeys which during more than 20 million years had dominant position in North and South America

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