just me wrote:
See, I'm not finding that. Can you point me somewhere? I'm reading what I can find which is not much.
Ok, type in the URL "http://www.google.com" - type in the keyword 'epi-olmec culture'. Wow - 10 pages+ of results. Here is the first one: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epi-Olmec_culture
The Epi-Olmec culture was a cultural area in the central region of the present-day Mexican state of Veracruz, concentrated in the Papaloapan River basin, a culture that existed during the Late Formative period, from roughly 300 BCE to roughly 250 CE. Epi-Olmec was a successor culture to the Olmec, hence the prefix "epi-" or "post-". Although Epi-Olmec did not attain the far-reaching achievements of that earlier culture, it did realize, with its sophisticated calendrics and writing system, a level of cultural complexity unknown to the Olmecs.
You can't be serious that you couldn't find that.
Nothing in these screams "Nephite" to me. What about it says "Nephite" to you?