There is Evidence of An Ancient Advanced Civilization All Over North America

Posted on Saturday, January 29th, 2011

Its wonderful news to hear of archaeological discoveries all over the world but especially in Central and South America. However, has it ever occurred to you that its strange that the “ancients” such as the […]

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The John Fairbairn Ancient Go (Weiqi) Board in the Joseph Needham North American Chess Board Grid Collection

Posted on Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

Location: South of Burnstick Lake, Alberta, Canada
Size: 2 miles x 2 miles
2560 Acres
256 Ten Acre Colored Parcels
I am dedicating this Weiqi (Go)(Yi) Board geoglyph in the Joseph Needham North American Chess Board Grid […]

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Ancient Chinese Science & Technology That Made The Discovery of America Possible

Posted on Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

In order for ancient Trans Pacific travel to the Americas to have been possible for the Chinese and other Asians they would have had to have the technology that would make such a trip possible. […]

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The Six Horses of Li ShiMin & The Harris Horse (What Do They Have In Common?)

Posted on Saturday, November 20th, 2010

“On armored horses the Emperor won the world under Heaven, and stone images of the Six Steeds are as distinguished as their battle achievements”

Chinese history has not been widely studied or appreciated in the western […]

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Ancient Asian Saddle Styles in North America (From the Gymnastic Pommel Horse Apparatus To The Native America Saddle)

Posted on Sunday, October 17th, 2010

Asiatic saddle styles (pommels and crupper and breast strapping) appearing in North America as saddles for Native Americans seem to indicate that there are links between the ancient horsemen of Central Asia and the native […]

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Shamanism or Shamanistic

Posted on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

“Shamanism is an anthropological term referencing a range of beliefs and practices regarding communication with the spiritual world. A practitioner of shamanism is known as a shaman”.
I started researching this topic because I was looking […]

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Totems Originated In China and Spread to North and South America

Posted on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

For most people, the word “totem” conjures up images of the beautiful totem poles carved into wood by the natives of the Pacific North West.  However, I believe the roots of this art and the […]

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Connection Between The Horned Serpent (Snake) Myth Of North America and the Chinese Dragon

Posted on Friday, August 20th, 2010

In the beginning of Chinese history the snake, not the dragon, was the most significant Chinese totem but the snake was to evolve over the millennia into the dragon totem which “many Chinese people use.… […]

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Pangu Totems in North America (Continued)

Posted on Monday, August 16th, 2010

The particular Pangu likeness created in ancient California near Topaz Lake and Highway #395 is (1) The Furry Dog Head with Horns.
Not only do I believe that this and the other Pangu geoglyphs were created […]

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Ancient Geoglyphs/ Totems of Pangu in the Americas

Posted on Saturday, July 31st, 2010

Although most of us are familiar with the names of the three most prominent religions in China (Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism) we are not as familiar with the ancient Chinese mythological god of creation Pangu. […]

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