Can Stone Carved Phallic Symbols Link North America with Ancient Asia?

Posted on Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

Warning! Parts of This Material Contain Sexual Content And May Not Be Appropriate for Everyone
Long before the arrival of the major religions of Asia, which today include Buddhism, Taoism, Shintoism, Hinduism and numerous others, what [...]

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Are There Ancient Buddhist Symbols on Newspaper Rock?

Posted on Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Images of the petrogyphs on Newspaper Rock are readily accessible as are the topics of Buddhapada (Buddha’s footprints) and their impact on ancient Buddhism as well as the Concentric Circles (Mandalas) of Buddhism and their [...]

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Were The Wise Men of Bethlehem Han Dynasty Nobles From Weiyang Palace?

Posted on Friday, December 16th, 2011

If someone were to suggest that the Wise Men/Astronomers at Bethlehem Judea to pay tribute at the birth of Jesus were possibly Han Dynasty royals from Weiyang Palace in Chang’an China it is not as [...]

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More Information on Pre-Columbian Contact Between the People of Asia and North America

Posted on Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

“Asian Bronze Buckle Found in Alaska”

The summer 2011 edition of the US-China Review contains articles written by several of today’s leading proponents of pre-Columbian Asian and North American trade, cultural contacts and influences. This [...]

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More Secrets from the Dr. Hendon M. Harris, Jr. Map Collection

Posted on Monday, December 5th, 2011

A new book by Charlotte Harris Rees, Chinese Sailed to America Before Columbus: More Secrets from the Dr. Hendon M. Harris, Jr. Map Collection, is due out in early December. This is to announce pre-release [...]

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Very Old Chinese Coins Found Not Only On The Northwestern American Coast But Also In The Yukon Territories As Well.

Posted on Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

On or about November 1, 2011 the international news story broke that a 17th century Chinese coin had been found in the Canadian Yukon. This was the latest in a series of at least three [...]

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An Ancient Hindu Ceremony and Hindu Art Located in North America (The Hindu Seven Step Wedding Ceremony Is Part of Native American Tradition)

Posted on Sunday, July 24th, 2011

Is it possible that within the group of the four other monks accompanying Hwui Shan to Fu Sang (North America) in 458 AD that one or more of them were Hindu or were Buddhists with [...]

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The Julius Klaproth Troll Head

Posted on Monday, May 23rd, 2011

Troll Like Head
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Location: “Lewis and Clark National Forest”, Montana
Please be tolerant of the disintegration that has occurred as this image may be over a thousand years old. As you look at [...]

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Advanced Asiatic Archery Techniques and Technology Appear In North America (North America was “invaded by the compound bow at its north eastern extremity” Page 257)

Posted on Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

In the process of researching evidences of the “composite bow” in North America I have come across an article on the subject that deserves to be featured and reviewed by itself. The article is “The [...]

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HWUI SHAN-LYING BUDDHIST PRIEST OR MISSIONARY/FUSANG EXPLORER EXTRAORDINAIRE?

Posted on Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Calling someone a liar is provocative. Calling a Buddhist priest a liar based on a report about Fusang that he made for the Emperor of China, Wu Ti, in 502 A.D. is quite amazing especially [...]

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