A stone artifact found in Oruro, Bolivia contains strange inscription. Some of the symbols are similar to the script on the Phaistos disk.





Michael White (from amateur epigraphy group:

"I think the Oruro writing is similar to the script on the Phaistos disk. I also am of the opinion that both are related to Rongorongo and the Indus script. Solving one may solve them all."

Dr Clyde Winters:

"This tablet is very interesting to me. After a cursory examination of the tablet, it appears that the personage on the right side of the tablet appears to have a headdress similar to that worn by the People of the Sea or Hittites, when they attacked Egypt around 1200 BC.

I can not read the characters on the tablet, but they appear to be Linear B, signs similar to the writing of the Greek speaking people of Crete. Again this is my opinion and I welcome the observation of other people on the forum.


If this tablet is authentic, it indicates that in addition to Sumerians in ancient South America, Indo-European speaking people also began to arrive in this area , at least by 1200 BC.

The presence of People of the Sea in South America would not be too surprising given the evidence of the cocaine Mummies.


If the Egyptians were importing cocaine from South America, it stands to reason that when the People of the Sea made their way to Egypt, they may have learned about the trade and decided to see if they could find a way to participate in this probably lucrative trade of the ancient people, given the fact that some researchers claim that cocaine was also being exported to China at this time.


No matter what the truth is, Bernardo, if this tablet is for real, bravo, another great find by the most active researchers on South American epigraphy ."