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    Quote Originally Posted by Aianawa View Post
    As said back a wee bit, MU was known about well before 16 TH century, I like how there is much about MU within India's written past and orally huge amounts denoting past history n herstory, here is but one > http://www.sacred-texts.com/atl/ssm/index.htm >

    He claimed that, while posted in India, he befriended a priest ('Rishi'), who revealed to him ancient tablets written in an otherwise unknown language. The Rishi taught Churchward how to read this language, Naacal. The tablets described the land of Mu, the Lemuria of the Theosophists.
    Hi Aianawa,

    In the For Whatever It's Worth category:
    I watched a video recently that claimed the Piri Re'is map was, in fact, not accurate and considered debunked. I'm not sure I agree with all that.
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    (I have been doing other things today...)

    You know when you get so close and then...page not found. GRRRR

    Pen ts'ao kang mu (The Great Herbal), page from 1672 edition, National Library of Medicine
    But hey, got a new spelling and an alternate name.

    This focuses on medicinal plants.

    From here.

    About Li Schizen:

    Li began his research when he was 30 years old. The first draft of Pen-ts'ao kang-mu (Bencao Gangmu , "Great Compendium of Herbs", also known as "Great Pharmacopoeia"), was ready in 1578 when Li was 60. Li revised it twice, in 1580 and in 1587. His sons and grandsons assisted with the final edition, which included many illustrations.
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    Connecting the older and newer references:

    According to ancient myths, Shen Nung likely wrote “Pen Ts’ao Ching” or “The Classic Herbal” around 2700 BC. The early publication mentioned more than a hundred medicinal plants including the spice cassia, which is similar to cinnamon (called “kwei”). A later, more comprehensive Chinese herbal, “Pen Ts’ao Kang Mu” was published in 1596 by Li Shih Chen.
    (McCormick takes their spices very seriously)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    (McCormick takes their spices very seriously)
    They have to. After all, Kenny gets killed in every episode.
    = DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR =

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    Am lost, lol nice we do that to each sometimes Aragorn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aianawa View Post
    Am lost, lol nice we do that to each sometimes Aragorn.
    It was a joke on the fact that Dreamtimer mentioned McCormick. That's the last name of the character Kenny McCormick on South Park, an absurd animated series. The character gets killed off in every episode, but by the next episode, he's always back as if nothing had happened.
    = DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR =

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    That’s hilarious, Aragorn. I didn’t Know that about South Park. Every episode, huh? Trey and Matt are a couple of twisted dudes. And I love them for doing Book of Mormon.

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    China and MU, why so many Chinese in USA way back, what memory do the people still attain and feel from Mu times ?. So much penguin denied evidence has come to surface from maps > https://www.livescience.com/40262-di...new-world.html < to oral history past down, oh and photographic evidence as well of Chinese influence in USA way back when.

    MU's demise was intense and widespread we are told and we are also told that some were prepared, the different races in those times likely kept to themselves, my speculation and might be incorrect.

    The consciousness was very high but contained some volatility obviously, much memory and knowledge was lost and survival became a huge component, likely similar to a multi meteorite hit apon us today might produce, getting a true ancient picture of China is nigh impossible but like here in New Zealand and elsewhere around the world, easy to see the Chinese tptW in action, eggysample pyramids being hidden and false histories written.

    Feel a large % of the Chinese population would have survived in their area and in time, voyaged externally to gather what happened.

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    Credit: 1421.tv


    The first humans to settle in the Americas crossed the Bering land bridge from Asia, most archaeologists agree, and Norse sailors and Christopher Columbus were among the first Europeans to set foot in the New World. Or so goes conventional wisdom.

    But amateur historian and author Gavin Menzies has made a lucrative career upending conventional wisdom, starting with his controversial book "1421: The Year China Discovered the World" (William Morrow, 2002), in which he claims that a Chinese fleet helmed by Admiral Zheng He sailed to the Americas in 1421 and left behind ample archaeological and genetic evidence of their journey.


    Menzies' claims were roundly criticized by respected researchers and historians: "The historical equivalent of stories about … close encounters with alien hamsters" is how Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, professor of history at the University of London, described the book, according to the Telegraph. [9 Craziest Ocean Voyages]


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    Undeterred by relentless, scalding criticism, Menzies — a former sailor with Britain's Royal Navy — went on to write an equally scoffed-at sequel, "1434: The Year a Magnificent Chinese Fleet Sailed to Italy and Ignited the Renaissance" (William Morrow, 2008), and the widely mocked "The Lost Empire of Atlantis: History's Greatest Mystery Revealed" (Harper Collins, 2011).

    Now, Menzies is back with a new book, "Who Discovered America: The Untold History of the Peopling of the Americas" (William Morrow, 2013), in which Menzies claims a Chinese map dated 1418 supports his contention that the Chinese were exploring the Americas in 1421, a full 71 years before Columbus' ships set sail.


    "The traditional story of Columbus discovering the New World is absolute fantasy, it's fairy tales," Menzies told the Daily Mail, claiming instead that Chinese explorers reached the Americas about 40,000 years ago. "If you just go out in a plastic bathtub, the currents will just carry you there. They just came with the current, it's as simple as that."

    The map on which Menzies stakes his claims, however, has been dismissed as a forgery. "Scholars who know this field have refuted this claim under no uncertain terms," Sally K. Church of the University of Cambridge told LiveScience in an earlier interview.

    "The map is an 18th-century copy of a European map, as evidenced by the two hemispheres depicted, the continents shown and the nonmaritime [details] depicted," said Geoff Wade, a researcher at the University of Singapore's Asia Research Institute.

    Despite his dismissal as a charlatan or, at best, a pseudo-historian, Menzies' books have made him very well-off, prompting historical author Louise Levathes to confess to an abiding respect for Menzies: "His promotional machine is nothing less than extraordinary," she told Salon.

    Follow Marc Lallanilla on Twitter and Google+. Follow us @livescience, Facebook & Google+. Original article on LiveScience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aianawa View Post
    China and MU, why so many Chinese in USA way back, what memory do the people still attain and feel from Mu times ?. So much penguin denied evidence has come to surface from maps > https://www.livescience.com/40262-di...new-world.html < to oral history past down, oh and photographic evidence as well of Chinese influence in USA way back when.

    MU's demise was intense and widespread we are told and we are also told that some were prepared, the different races in those times likely kept to themselves, my speculation and might be incorrect.

    The consciousness was very high but contained some volatility obviously, much memory and knowledge was lost and survival became a huge component, likely similar to a multi meteorite hit apon us today might produce, getting a true ancient picture of China is nigh impossible but like here in New Zealand and elsewhere around the world, easy to see the Chinese tptW in action, eggysample pyramids being hidden and false histories written.

    Feel a large % of the Chinese population would have survived in their area and in time, voyaged externally to gather what happened.
    I would love to add the image of the map, and I saved to my Hard Drive as well, Vern.

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    Absolutely is the true history of humanity available from many differing sources, China very much in tact and awaiting to unravel imo, it will be needed imo due to people needing to know history has been covered up, SO what else has ?, many of us had to go through the brainwashing of 9/11 then swim back to ourselves as such.

    Ta Elen, xlent.

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