Tobacco (rolled in cryptography)

Tue Sep 9 08:59:44 UTC 1997

At 01:58 AM 9/9/97 BST, Luis Gonzalez-Reimann writes:

>Well, now that you bring up the subject, I'll have to reveal a well-kept
>secret:  the Egyptian, Greek and all other great civilizations are derived
>from the Mayas of Central America.
>If you have doubts, read Augustus Le Plongeon's 1896 book 'Queen Moo and the
>Egyptian Sphinx.'  He gives irrefutable proof that the Greek alphabet is
>derived from the Mayan language.  The Greek alphabet is a cryptic
>description, in Mayan, of the sinking of the ancient continent of Mu (now
>you know where the name of that letter comes from!).  The ancient Mayas
>traveled to the Middle East and beyond, and their teachings informed all
>great civilizations.
>Another author, a certain Tony Earll (who sold more than his cosmically
>allotted share of paperbacks), described the discovery of some ancient
>tablets in the outskirts of Mexico City that talked of the ancient sunken
>As it turns out, Tony Earll is an anagram of 'not really.'
>Here are some of Le Plongeon's books.
> Le Plongeon, Augustus, 1826-1908.
>      Maya/Atlantis : Queen Moo and the Egyptian Sphinx / by Augustus Le
>    Plongeon ; new introd. by Paul M. Allen.  Blauvelt, N.Y. : R. Steiner
>    Publications, 1973.
> Le Plongeon, Augustus, 1826-1908.
>      Sacred mysteries among the Mayas and the Quiches, 11,500 years ago :
>    their relation to the sacred mysteries of Egypt, Greece, Chaldea and
>    : Freemasonry in times anterior to the Temple of Solomon / illustrated...
>    3rd ed.  New York : Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Co., 1909, c1886.
> Le Plongeon, Augustus, 1826-1908.
>      Vestiges of the Mayas, or, Facts tending to prove that
communications and
>    intimate relations must have existed, in very remote times, between the
>    inhabitants of Mayab and those of Asia and Africa. By Augustus Le
>    New York, J. Polhemus, printer, 1881.
>For those interested in possible pre-columbian contacts between the Americas
>and the rest of the world, a good starting point would be:
> Needham, Joseph, 1900-
>      Trans-Pacific echoes and resonances : listening once again / Joseph
>    Needham and Lu Gwei-Djen.  Singapore ; Philadelphia : World Scientific,
>    c1985.
>Best wishes,
>Luis Gonzalez-Reimann
>University of California, Berkeley

Claims have been in India that Mayas are related to Mayasura, the Great
Architect of Asuras, the Father-in-law of Ravana, and the builder of the
Mayasabha (a court cum palace)  for Dharmaraja in Mahabharata. This was one
of the things that ultimately led to the Mahabharata war becuase Duryodhana
was jealous of the sabha. 


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