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La Galigo - Similar to the Koran but older than the Koran

Ujungpandang ( Dreamland Library ) - The Bugis in South Sulawesi, adheres to a belief in the Gods of Seuwae (the Only God). "The Bug...

Harry Truman's opinion

Harry Truman Simanjuntak
Jakarta (DreamLandLibrary) - Harry Truman's theory says that Austronesian ancestors came from the Sundaland Plain which sank during the ice age (Pleistocene Era). These societies have advanced civilizations, they migrate from south Asia to Mesopotamia. This society affects the local population, as well as developing the local civilization.

Truman's opinion is in line with the opinion of Umar Anggara Jenny, who said that Austronesian is the Language Group that has the Most Widest Distribution, covering more than 1,200 languages ​​spread from Madagascar in the west to Easter Island in the East.

The language, now used by more than 300 million people. Umar Anggara Jenny's and Harry Truman's opinion about the Distribution and Influence of Languages ​​from the Austronesian Nation, was also justified by Abdul Hadi WM (Samantho, 2009).

Prof. Aryo Santos Year 2,005 AD, applying Philological Analysis, Anthropology, and Archeology. While Aryo Santos also suggested that the Early Theory of Human Civilization began in the Sundaland Plain (Sunda Exposure).

Analysis of Building Refliefs and Historic Artifacts such as the Pyramids in Egypt, Sacred Temples from Mayan and Aztec civilizations, as well as relics of the Mohenjodaro and Harappan civilizations, and geographical analysis (such as area, climate, natural resources, volcanoes, and farming patterns) show , that the typical Indonesian Rice Terraced System is the Form Adopted by the Borobudur Temple, the Pyramids in Egypt, and the Ancient Aztec Buildings in Mexico.

Aryo Santos research for 30 years concluded that Sundaland was a center of advanced civilization from thousands of years ago, better known as the Continent of Atlantis.

Sources: from various sources

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