WHO MADE THE MOAI STATUES?
Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin
Entity that came to dialogue: Master Ruanel.
Interlocutor: Who did build the monuments of Pascua Island? I mean especially to those gigantic Moai that have 23 meters high and a weight of 80 tons each.
Ruanel: They were built by an extraterrestrial civilization.
Interlocutor: Could we know where they came from?
Ruanel: Yes, they came from a star that is at tens of light years from our Solar system.
Interlocutor: Did they cohabit with the islanders?
Ruanel: Not only did they cohabit with them, but rather they dominated and subjugated them.
Interlocutor: In which century were they built?
Ruanel: They were built approximately six hundred years ago.
Interlocutor: what was their purpose to build them?
Ruanel: They built them for the inhabitants.
Interlocutor: For sheer self-centeredness?
Interlocutor: Were those extraterrestrials childish?
Ruanel: They were egocentric.
Interlocutor: I understand. I believe that they built them with anti-gravitational machines. Is it correct?
Ruanel: Of course. Each monument weighted several tons.
Interlocutor: What was represented with those faces? I mean if they were the representation of some deity or something similar.
Ruanel: Directly they represented themselves. The faces were theirs.
Interlocutor: Well, then they were quite ugly. No wonder they subjected the islanders! ... But, aside from this joke, I don't understand why they sculpted their own faces.
Ruanel: They wanted to be worshipped.
Interlocutor: The same old story! Was there some special reason for which they built them with their backs to the sea?
Ruanel: No, no especial reason.
Interlocutor: Is it known how those aliens were called?
Ruanel: The first aliens that arrived to the island were called Kabec. Then others came, The Dorm who were a race of beings of darkish color, very similar to the black terrestrial, but not so hairless.
Interlocutor: Did they come in peace?
Ruanel: No, because there was a war between them and at the end all of them left the island with the natives alone, and the aliens remained in the hazy memory of the natives.
Interlocutor: How many years passed between the first aliens arrival and the arrival of the second race?
Ruanel: Approximately two hundred years.
Interlocutor: Did the aliens take the islanders or they left them? I ask it because it seems to be customary for the aliens to come to our planet and abduct natives.
Ruanel: No, they didn't take them. Not in this case. The islanders simply emigrated to other places, as Tahiti or the Chilean coast.
Interlocutor: Why did the islanders call Easter Island, naturally in their language, "the navel of the world"?
Ruanel: It was an arbitrary name, the island was in the middle of the ocean. It didn’t have any other basis.
Interlocutor: Is there something else about this?
Ruanel: No, that’s all.
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