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originally posted by: NeoIkonEpifanes
According to Edgar Cayce and a long-standing esoteric tradition
... Much speculation surrounds the origins of the Olmecs and their purpoted ties with Old-World civilizations, notably in the style of their art and the frequent figurations of bearded individuals together with other negroid types.
The presence of an Olmec site so far inland and away from the Olmec heartland on the Gulf Coast of Mexico is an anomaly. Although other Olmec sites are known close to the Pacific coast (for instance, Teopantecuanitlán), none shows the complexity, range and skill of artistic expression of Chalcatzingo.
originally posted by: RedCairo
Boy you guys can sure take the fun out of a good story. :-)
originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: RedCairo
Still plenty of fun to speculate true or not and this should be right up your alley.
Though many of these are probably dubious I personally do not espouse the Atlantis of Plato or those that came before him but I do actually believe that there are a great many sunken realm's around this world, and I do believe the ruin's near cuba are a real city and not natural rock's like some on this site have tried to claim, they in particular do not have to be even near to 50.000 years old as there are many mechanism in geology that could have more rapidly submerged the site but even if proven to be real they merely look similar to mayan, maybe a previous culture but not Atlantis of Plato, definitely not.
Once again take with a health dose of Epsom salt's.