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Thanks for your message, Richard. I don't have a well-formed opinion about the Kaimanawa Wall, and would want the opinion of a good geologist before settling on one. The stones surely appear to have been deliberately set, but I've seen other cases where nature produces forms that look man-made. With as long a history as humanity has had on the planet, it also seems likely that people from some era could have made the journey westward.

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Commonalities of pygmy and fairy traditions with the Maori 2278 Laird Scranton 14-Sep-18 17:33
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Re: Commonalities of pygmy and fairy traditions with the Maori 315 Lobsang 17-Sep-18 01:45
Re: Commonalities of pygmy and fairy traditions with the Maori 335 Laird Scranton 17-Sep-18 04:32
Re: Commonalities of pygmy and fairy traditions with the Maori 302 Dr Greenthumb 11-Oct-18 10:25
Re: Commonalities of pygmy and fairy traditions with the Maori 296 Laird Scranton 11-Oct-18 15:24
Re: Commonalities of pygmy and fairy traditions with the Maori 314 Itatw70s 12-Oct-18 14:52
Re: Commonalities of pygmy and fairy traditions with the Maori 256 Laird Scranton 14-Oct-18 15:20
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