Ancient Statues Discovered In French Polynesia Depict An Unusual Alien Race

The statues of creatures looking out of this planet have been left behind by previous residents on an island in the Pacific Ocean. Is it possible that these are alien visitors from the distant past?

Without a doubt, the time has eclipsed the original significance of a significant lot of ancient artwork. What began as a speculative image in the mind of an ancient artist may now be deemed a historically accurate depiction.

This could be the situation with the Temehea Tohua statues on the Marquesas Archipelago’s Nuke Hiva island in French Polynesia. The stone sculptures and modern depictions of alien entities have a striking resemblance at first glance.

The statues were discovered when Europeans arrived in the Marquesas Islands in the late 16th century, but the islands are likely to have been inhabited by Polynesians before 100 A.D.

Intriguingly, the island was known as Te Fenua ‘Enata in the South Marquesan dialect, which means ‘The Land of Men.’ Perhaps as extraterrestrial constructs?

Some of the old monuments on Nuku Hiva Island resemble otherworldly entities, implying that the islanders may have encountered these extraterrestrials in flesh and bone at some point in the past.

Could this strange piece of art be nothing more than a work of fiction created by an artist’s imagination? Did they only serve a ceremonial function? Could these be carved-in-stone relics of an event involving ancient extraterrestrials from another planet or universe?

Some of the figures have abnormally big and elongated heads, gaping mouths, and enormous eyes. Other sculptures depict beings that have a strange blend of human and alien characteristics. Some experts claim the statues depict two alien races: Reptilians and The Greys, despite the fact that they don’t look anything like modern depictions of these creatures.

Many conspiracy theories feature the Lizard People from the constellation Draco. This intelligent alien race is claimed to be ruling mankind from the shadows, and it is evil and deceitful. Did they arrive on the Marquesas Islands thousands of years ago and convince the inhabitants to worship them as gods?

Given the massive volume of water surrounding the islands, such a concept doesn’t seem far-fetched. This would definitely be the greatest site for an alien to hide a spaceship while simultaneously researching the human specimens on the adjacent islands.

The Grey ETs are described in modern reports as being 3 to 4 foot tall humanoids with broad skulls and large round eyes. Some of the statues on the island perfectly fit this description.

So, are these stone carvings just tikis from Polynesian culture, or do they hold some other meaning? One thing is certain: the beings they represent do not appear to be human…

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