Science & Technology in Ancient & Pre Modern China Made the Journeys to North America Possible

Posted on Thursday, October 15th, 2015

By Hendon Harris III
ChineseDiscoverAmerica.com
On April 2, 1916 when my father, Dr. Hendon M. Harris Jr., was born to Christian missionary parents in Kaifeng, Northern China, Kaifeng was a shadow of its former granduer. (Google: “Commissioners [...]

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Vajrayana Buddhism in Pre Columbian North America (Fu Sang)?

Posted on Monday, September 22nd, 2014

Hwui Shan, a Buddhist monk met with Chinese Emperor Wu Ti in 502CE. His trip to Fu Sang as told to the Emperor is described by Yao Sillan in the 7th Century. In 458CE he [...]

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Buddhist Symbols, Customs and Monuments in Pre- Columbian North America by Hendon Harris III

Posted on Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

“chinesediscoveramerica.com”

” Navajo Basketball with Swastika (Manji) 1909″ 
Although evidence of ancient Buddhism in the Americas may be “The Easiest Way” to prove Asian contact and cultural influences it by no means serves as the benchmark for [...]

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The Joseph De Guignes Coastal Oregon Grid Patterns in the Joseph Needham North American Chessboard Grid Collection

Posted on Monday, June 17th, 2013

This Pattern Had Several Uses In Ancient Asia Which Included Divination, Map Making, Urban Planning Property Division and Apparently Chinese Games.
I am dedicating these particular chessboard type grid geoglyphs and all the other similar ancient [...]

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The Homer H. Dubs Priest Lake, Idaho Chessboard Grid System in the Joseph Needham North American Chessboard Grid Collection.

Posted on Monday, May 20th, 2013

The Chessboard Grid Pattern Has Its Roots in Shamanistic China and Vedic India Symbolism.

I am dedicating the chessboard grids found to the immediate south of Priest Lake, Idaho to Homer H. Dubs because of his [...]

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SCHOOL DAYS IN HONG KONG

Posted on Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

By Hendon Harris
(1963-1965)

Hendon Pole Vaulting
 This picture taken on the KGV athletic field was used by Jardine Matheson Travel Services for an advertisement they ran on November 25, 1964 in the South China Morning Post
Our family [...]

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Were the Anasazi People Buddhists?

Posted on Friday, December 14th, 2012

Did They Leave Temples and Treasure Here?
Buddhism began in the 6th Century BC in India and quickly spread to Greece, the Middle East and some believe to Europe as far north as Scandinavia and even [...]

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Mandalas, Mantras, Manjis, Medicine Men (Shields-Circles), Monuments (Carved in Stone), Buffalo Horns and Yamantaka

Posted on Monday, November 12th, 2012

In recent reading on ancient religious symbols and deities in Buddhism I have been puzzled by the North American Bison horn configuration on the top of Yamantaka’s (Vajrabhairava) head. Horn configurations on the heads of [...]

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Connections Between The Spanish Inquisition, The Renaissance, The European Age of Exploration And The Sudden Appearance of Maps in 15th Century Southern Europe

Posted on Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

If Chinese Map Making Information Was Released Into Southern Europe In The Mid 15th Century Who Might Have Used It and Why Might They Have Then Plagiarized It?
 
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The Imperial Chinese Isolation of China – 1433

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Is “The King” of Arches National Park Actually A Persian Manticore Carved by Ancient Buddhists from India?

Posted on Friday, June 22nd, 2012

Have Persian Art Influences Brought to India by the Mauryan Dynasty Been Forwarded to North America by Monks from India?

Many have seen “The King” next to the Double Arches at Arches National Park, Utah. Although [...]

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