According to the scholar Clyde A. Winters in the monolith of Pokot there are various inscriptions (proto-Sumerian origin), but the most important ones are below the hands (which are resting on thighs), and in the dorsal part (in the back of the statue). This is the translation inscriptions found in the front, according to epigraphist Clyde A. Winters: "Spread to all mankind the opening oracle of Putaki. It proclaims that the race of Putaki be estimated over time. Act in the right way so that the oracle may disclose wisdom. Enjoy the cult. Everyone must bear witness to the Divine will. The soothsayer interprets the guidance of the oracle, to make known the rules that guide humanity. The citizens who testified in favor of human wisdom and will disseminate examples of strong character." In the front left of the statue there is an additional wording relating to which is interpreted as follows: "The shaman proclaims the immense importance of this place, the power of Divinity in order to deliver the wisdom of man." There are two other additional incisions, always at the front: "Putaki Oh great, wise man and ancestor of many nations. And again, you swear to bear witness to the character and wisdom. Bear testimony of the power of divinity in order to strengthen your character." In the hands of the monolith will be written, according to Winters: "The oracle Putaki leads man to the truth. This oracle will sprout precious esteem, now shows his escape." As far as the dorsal part of the monolith, there are various interpretations. According to Clyde A. Winters that the translation would be: "The oracle is the ideal standard. This leads to the oracle of divine knowledge. Distribute to all mankind the divine will. Capture the sense of perfect voice. The oracle will spread peace. Listen to the oracle, the prophet calls. The diviner speaks wisely. The will of God will become visible and shining, coming from the mouth of the oracle. Listen to the soothsayer, listen to the oracle call to you wisdom and character. Listen to the oracle to spread the divine will, following the Good legitimate and fair. Call the food to you purely for the oracle. Oh Oracle, you are the witness of purity. Spread peace and wisdom. The oracle of Putaki is the father of wisdom and benefit of all. Become a visible witness of wisdom and divine will. Spread the divine will and you will be witness of his power." According to Winters, therefore, the monolith of Pokot was an oracle whose name was Putaki.
Originally posted by Arken
Is there an hidden history of the mankind?
Originally posted by TheLoneArcher
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You are, in my opinion, 110% spot on. May I suggest you read "The Fingerprints of the Gods" by Graham Hancock. These will only re-enforce your views.