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STRANGE FACES IN CENTRAL AMERICA

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“Amid the ruins of vast pyramid civilizations lay inexplicably intricate hieroglyphic writings and sculptures with oriental features; massive walls built with 30 ton stones fitted so precisely that a sheet of paper can not be inserted between them; and, stone heads with distinctly African faces wearing helmets, weighing 20 or 30 TONS each, which lay about randomly in the jungle. 
In the Yucatan at the ancient city of Xumal is found a magnificently sculpted building of stone named by the Spanish, “Casa del Gobernador” (House of the Ruler). The entire facade of the building is fitted with dozens of highly stylized representations of elephants! The elephants’ trunks are very easily identifiable and cannot be mistaken for anything else. Yet, there were no elephants on the American continents–at least not in recent history. So, how would the Olmec who carved the building know about elephants? The answer is obvious. The architects had seen elephants, either in Asia or Africa.
Remember, the Olmecs also carved 30-ton boulders into statues with African features, wearing helmets. Question: What kind of people wear helmets? Answer: Miners.
Also found at these sites are carvings which show people wearing helmets inside a stylized serpent cave using a tool which shoots out flame.
At Copan, there exist many sculptures of rulers who are clearly oriental, complete with characteristically slanted eyes, mustaches and beards (which the native Maya do NOT have). These sculptures are dismissed by archaeologists as inexplicable anomalies.”

— Excerpt from the book THE OZ FACTORS, by Lawrence R. Spencer

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