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The huge stone heads don’t look expectantly out to sea, they stare toward their villages; playing an unknown role in the Rapa Nui culture of ancestral respect/worship.
Ever since I read “Kon Tiki” in the 60’s I’ve been intrigued to visit this island and to stare back at these stone figures, these Moai (vowels as in, “tow-high”). The ones the island wars hadn’t tumbled, the tsunamis did.
Earlier cultures seemed to have grasped this better, although it may be that it only appears they did because their death-monuments are what have survived.
Unlike my pyramid idea, I’m not going to erect a stone Moai to myself in front of our Baltimore row house.