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Chinese Knew North America More Than 4000 Years Ago!

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« on: September 02, 2007, 07:16:32 pm »






The second part of the "Shan Hai King" is describing an expedition over an area starting in Manitoba, then proceeds to Moose Mountain in Saskatchewan. From there continues to Sioux Pass in Montana, Wolf Mountain and again to Medicine Bow Peak in Wyoming, later to Longs Peak, Mount Harvard and Summit Peak in Colorado; then to Chicoma Peak, Baldy Peak, Cooks Peak and Animas Peak, New Mexico.


This strange survey continues to Mexico describing the Madero, Pamachic, Culiacan and Triangulo heights and at the end reaches the Pacific Coast near Mazatlan.

In the third section of the book there are described mountains located along the Pacific Coast such as Mount Fairweather, Mount Burkett in Alaska, Prince Rupert and Mount Waddington in British Columbia. Mount Olympus in Washington is also described along with Mount Hood in Oregon, Mount Shasta, Los Gatos and Santa Barbara in California.

The last section describes Mount Rainier in Washington, mount Hood, Bachelor Mountain, Gearhart Mountain, Mahogany Peak and Crane Mountain in Oregon; then Trident Peak and Capitalo Peak in Nevada.

The oldest Chinese work of "The Classic of Eastern Mountains" is not only a geographical survey of high level but also a very strange book describing nature in different regions of the North America, its plants and animals.

The other parts of the ancient Chinese work, like the Ninth and Fourteenth books are full of worth to mention expressions:

"luminous" "great canyon", "place where the sun is born" or "a stream flowing in a bottomless ravine". Are the early surveors talking about a sunrise in the Grand Canyon? Other sections of the Chinese book written more than four millenia ago is under thorough investigation. But preliminary it is already confirmed that the remaining sections deal with further explorations of the Great Lakes and regions of Mississippi Valley...

Who were those anonymous surveyors working with their extremely accurate geographical studies of the American landscape? And did it more than 4000 years ago?...


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