Is Easter Island RealThe Easter Island, is it real?
Accommodation on Easter Island:
Cataclysm of Easter Island - Scientific Scribbles
And then I realise that there is a horrible history behind it, and if you had been studying the surroundings, you would definitely have been studying this island. It seems that the Moai had taken a great tribute to the world around it, which was supporting it. People had been feeding on both ground and seas!
There was no catch of them because of overfishing and they led to the disappearance of the island's olive groves, as the tree was used for the production and transportation of moai. The fruitful ground was eroding without the shelter of the tree, leaving them without harvests. It had also exterminated the island of wildlife from its over-hunting and led to the disappearance of endangered populations!
Quite literally with nothing but people and the Moai rock they were abandoned, and they decided to cannibalise. As with the image of the cask, the surroundings in which we find ourselves are the cask, and the populace is disappearing because of its limited capacities. There' s so much we need to do to turn greenness and maintain this environmental that sustains us!
Magic of Easter Island Music Festival 2017 - 91.3 KRSC-FM
Better known as Easter Island, a secluded land mass in the eastern Polynesia of the Pacific Ocean, is known for its mystical monumental sculptures known as the Moya. These" Easter Island heads", as they are generally known today, were engraved by the natives, the Rafa Nui, centuries ago, whose offspring still lives on the island today.
Sculpted from the stones of the island's quarry, the mai, weighing several tons, were then shipped kilometres away to their ultimate destinations, where they were to be placed as a symbol of the authorities and powers of idolatrous forefathers. The way a rudimentary race could accomplish such an achievement still amazes scholars today. Hopefully, these great moon minds will be a great memory of achievements that can be made when a like-minded group of persons come together to work towards a shared purpose. The Easter Island Festival at Valley Park Sports Complex in Keetonville, Oklahoma is the fruit of the work and commitment of many of the community's musicians and musical enthusiasts.
During the eight years since its foundation, the fair has not only increased in scale, but also in the solidarity and solidarity of those who come to its site every year to commemorate the arrival of springs. The first time I talked to Nick, the percussionist from The Moai Broadcast, who has a discerning eye in organizing the event, I asked him if I needed a passport to get into contact with the performers to do the interview.
Said something like "We like to keep it cool", and after witnessing Easter Island up close, I see exactly what he was talking about. When they told one of the members of the Easter Island that I was on duty, they told me who was responsible for the music.
As I sat next to Ethan while he and the other members of Arkansauce were jingling and singing, without any specific audio engineering or illuminated stages, I realised how powerful and personal the links between the sponsors of the Easter Island Music Festival could be, be they visitors, artists, vendors or co-workers. Verbal tradition of the Rapa Nui tells that the mai went from the cliffs where they were cut to the stalls where they were standing for centennies.
A common theorem, how the Rapa Nui carried the mai, which agrees with this explanation, is that they would attach cables to the top of the statue from opposite sides and then several others near the other. Rapa Nui rocked and swung the sculptures with the upper cables back and forth, while others pulled the sculptures with the cables fastened near the basis forward and let the sculptures basically "run".
" One could conceive that this would require a lot of co-ordination and coherence, so they created a song in which the rythm would help them draw at the right time. While I imagined what this picture might have been like, my brain can't help repeating the rhythmical movement of the crowd at Easter Island Music Festival while everyone was dancing to the cute jam of each unbelievable act.
Perhaps there is no greater connecting power than the sounds of Easter Island and the Easter Island Music Festivals are great proof of this. I' m looking forward to returning to the next year's event and reliving this magical experience. Pictures of the event can be found here.