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Christopher Colombus and Francisco Pizarro noted respectively that the “indians” of Costa Rica (on the atlantic side of the continent) and the “indians” of Peru (on the pacific side of the continent) both used huge balsawood sailing vessels, almost as big as the armada vessels of the spaniards, in reality superior to the spaniards’ because the indians used guara boards for the ocean’s currents to push the vessels forward even into the wind, which enabled the use of the ocean’s currents for direct sailing, the alignments to remote islands, such as Cocos and Easter in the Pacific, from the alignment of the huge stone spheres discovered and analyzed by Lothrop of Harvard back in the 50’s at Palmar Sur in the Diquis Delta of pacific Costa Rica, and more recently by Ivar Zapp, however both having been ignorant of the ancient mapping method which makes sense of it all (article #2 at

The system of the alignment of those huge and perfectly hewn granitic stone balls by those ancient mesoamericans who utilized the Lapita pottery style (coincidence of name?) all across the vast Pacific was the same, by the simple method described in the link, used by the ancient Europeans at Stonehenge for instance, the alignments of those stones also evidently directed to distant locations, locally reflected they with the Wemb Ley line system of England, and the Alaise ley line system of archaic France.  It was a much smaller world back then than vacuously imagined and proponed by the darwinists, no doubt about it, as but the pulpits of America remain silent on all this, really quite the shame.  So see

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