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Hundreds of these sailors settled throughout the US, Europe, New Zealand and Australia long before the white man set foot in those countries. I certainly agree with you that Chinese were in very active exploration around the world in the Middle Ages, before the Europeans.
Also that there was a Chinese expedition to North America around 2000 BC evidently part of the global survey being made.
These are supposed to be the Dauphne maps, but derived from much older sources.
The curious thing about his 'voyage of discovery' was that where he placed the British flag to claim sovereignty, ie.
); and examples such as the carved stones of Africa, the remains of Chinese peoples in South America, and artefacts scattered all over the world, inscribed with Chinese characters, in Chinese styles, some of these have been dated before thearrival of the Europeans.
These are confirmed ancient Chinese characters -'Ming Dynasty type' and not 'mysterious' writings as per your book.
I'm not sure if this is possible, but given the extremes that result after a nuclear war, is it possible these regions became uninhabitable because of a manmade induced \"nuclear winter\" like the \"nuclear deserts\" elsewhere?
- Nathan Following this same logic, the civilization map in "Dead Mens Secrets" showed advanced civilizations in Antarctica and Greenland.
Any desert regions missed probably contained an advanced civilization destroyed by similar means.
- Adam inquisitive librarian, I read much of interest.
The evolutionists I debate with always resort back to that method, as they say it can date back millions of years.
There also exists more evidence such as the linguistic, ceremonial and spiritual similarities between the Chinese culture and those of other parts of the world in the fifteenth century.
The linguistic similarities found between place names in Peru and Chile are heavily supportive of the notion that the Chinese exerted a huge influence there, in pre-Columbian times.
The 'Topkapi' map of Piri Reis that you referred to, is actually compiled from ancient Chinese maps now in Beijing museum and not from some mysterious ancient culture.