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Study says Native Americans are Chinese Descendants
The dog shaped jar (left) discovered in one archaeological excavation site of the Colima Red indians is strikingly similar to the one found in China's Shandong province (right). Both belong to circa 3000 BC.
The idea, that Chinese people crossed the waters to America at the end of the Shang dynasty (also called Yin dynasty sometimes), is not something novel. Several scientific studies show that there's ample evidence to back this theory.
The Shang dynasty began around 1600 BC and ended, when king Zhou was defeated around 1100 BC by the upcoming Zhou people under their leader Wuwang. The homeland of the Shang was the area west of the Shangdong peninsula at the Yellow Sea, roughly between Beijing and Shanghai.
In order to reach the American shores (assumed they had no powered boats), they needed to pick up an ocean current. Appropriate currents exist at the northern part of the Pacific and they flow from the southern Yellow Sea, past Japan and the Aleutes, right to the coast of western Mexico (and return eventually to the Asian side on a southern route). Since the Olmec civilization started around 1500 BC, the timeframe fits perfectly.
There are some interesting points in correlation to that. Shang artwork is very consistent in appearance. It's so easily recognizable, that even laymen can tell, if a piece is Shang or not. Although the artwork of the succeeding Zhou shows clearly the influence of the Shang up to a point; when for the Zhou the time came, to step aside, it disappeared completely.
Michael Xu of Central Oklahoma University is really shaking things up in ancient archaeological and epigraphrical circles these days, he’s been proving (but with much pushback from many of his colleagues) that most of the characters of the ancient Shang dynasty writing system of China are the same as of the ancient Olmec script of Central America, with the majority of the 146 characters of the Olmec script being identical to Shang characters, such for the words: sun, mountain, artist, water, rain, sacrifice, health, plants, wealth, and earth..
As Betty J. Meggers of Dartmouth College, who agrees with Xu, says there are no coincidences in epigraphy, it’s quite obvious that the ancients were sailing across the Pacific to the Americas, which makes mainstream archaeologists’ hair stand on end, because they will tell you with a straight face that the only migration to the Americas from Asia in ancient times was by foot, across the Bering Strait, which was a landbridge during the Ice Age, when sea level was lower to have allowed such, but with the most sophisticated ancient buildings in the Americas of the Olmecs over 4,000 miles away from the Bering Sea, it’s certainly absurd to say that the travel there was all by foot.
And those advanced civilizations in Central (and South) America are rightly thought to have begun circa 2000 B.C., not 10000 B.C. (when the “experts” say the Ice Age ended), so if the settlers from China to the Americas all arrived by foot, when the sea level was lower, what did they do for all those supposed 8,000 years before they started building in Central America, just stand around twiddling their thumbs? The Olmecs were the first and the most sophisticated technologists and builders in Central America, and with their script identical in many cases to the ancient Shang’s.
It’s obvious that the Shang sailed to Central America to help build the Olmec civilization, along with Africans from across the Atlantic, proven with the linguistic affinities of the Olmec to african Manding as well, and the megalithic head statues with obviously african (looking much like nigerian) features, and statues of obvioulsy Chinese looking people too (and also Caucasoids with beards), it’s plain to see that the mainstream archaeologists are asleep at the wheel (which they are most of the time), as they continue to ignore solid evidence, such as the methodology which solves the mystery of how the ancients navigated across the oceans, by the stars, according to the earth’s wobble rate, at 72 years/degree, and hexagon geometry, quite obvious really.
At the ancient ruins’ site at Comacalco in southern Mexico, excavators discovered the ruins of an ancient brick building with writing of many languages etched into them, which not surprisingly is virtually ignored by the mainstream scientific community because of the implications, that the ancients were navigating the globe back even during the Ice Age, which ended circa 1500 B.C., about the time the Shang were sailing more frequently to Central America because the climate was changing at that time in their ancient homeland, causing much turmoil, the turmoil which embroiled the whole ancient world, as also the sea level rose then to submerge many coastal cities, detailed under category Submerged Ancient Ruins.
The Jaguar Sharman (left) from an Olemec site bears striking resemblance with the one discovered in China belonging to the Shang dynasty period.