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Originally posted by Jazzerman
scubaman...very interesting indeed. I have never heard of it, and I hope you can find some pictures or a story about it, because I'm very intrigued by your story. Im not saying it "literally" has anything to do with Easter Island or not, but I would like to know more about this statue at Mallorca.
Originally posted by scubaman
Is it possible that this cave thats 2-3 meter bellow sealevel was actually above the surface when the statues on Easter Island wasI built?
Ill give you as much info that i can remember, i havent dived there since 2000.
When you enter the small bay of "Cala Sa Nau" by boat on Mallorcas east coast, close to Porto Colom and Cala d´Or the cave is on your left hand side, just below a small crack in the rocks.
Approx. 2-3 meters below the surface there is a entrence and if you follow the wall on your right hand side to the end of the cave, approx 60 m (200 feet) you will see the stone/statue standing on the sandbottom. To get the best look of it you have to go behind it and face the entrance of the cave and the you will see the 1-1½ m (3-4,5 feet) high statue with the blu light from behind.
The forehead, eyesockets, nose and chin is very very similar to the staues on Easter Island. But smaller.
Pictures of this staue seem hard to find, but ill write again if i find one.