Easter Island Inhabitants

inhabitant of Easter Island

For many years, travellers and archaeologists have been fascinated by the secret of Easter Island (Isla de Pascua) and its aborigines, the Rapanui. Paradise to catastrophe 1722 Captain Roggeveen found the Easter Island that he called the" Easter Island". "After that, this island civilization and its inhabitants attracted global interest. Polynesians, who arrived on the island of Rape Nui around 800 B.C.

, came in large, twin-canoe boats (30 metres long), which they rode through the star. Humans were bringing along foods, vegetation, animals and all their provisions to move their crops into a new area.

In Rapa Nui the first arrival found a green island surrounded by woods and full of seabirds and landfowl. Archipelago inhabitants thought they were the last human beings on the planet and established an artful and prolific world. The mysterious Pacific Giant, named almost 1000 mosai number, are said to be steeped in ancestral ghosts.

There is no agreement among pundits on how the old inhabitants of the island saw the stone sculptures on their position on the "ahu. "According to tradition, the sculptures were struck by miraculous forces. Rapa Nui Islanders' unparalleled civilization flourished for almost a thousand years, but then it came to an abrupt end. The fast demographic increase and degradation of the island's delicate ecosystems seem to be strongly associated with the demise of its people.

Some of the island' s inhabitants overthrow the mai in an ambience of hunger and mayhem. Because of despair in some parts of the island of Rafa Nui, people have been dealing with Kannibalism. Around 1600, almost 1000 years of instability and wealth in the Rape Nui civilization were destroyed. The people of the island of Rafa Nui saved themselves from dying out by turning away violent wars.

1722 the Easter Island story took a turn when Roggeveen arrived. In no time, his men murdered two tens of islander. In the next millennium, most of the island' s inhabitants became victims of slavery. The devastation of slavery and pox affected only 111 islanderers. In the early twentieth centuries, a group of Christians went to the island to find "Ronorongo tablets" made of fine wood carvings with hieroglyphs.

It is owned by Easter Island with 1500 inhabitants. Aku Aku" still pervades the island, a faith that ghosts live in many things and places on the island. So what can the outside world know about the great Rapa Nui Association and its final doom?

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