Oriental looking bust [Cabeza] recovered from Paco Isle on Lake Titicaca.
Used by courtesy of Dr Bernardo Biados & Dr Mario Aragon of La Paz, Bolivia.
[note the apparent Shang Dynasty potter's mark left of eye!]
Shang Dynasty Potter's Marks
[from Bailey's "Sailing to Paradise"]
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Were the Shang and the Inca Really Frisian/Magyar?
Were the Shang and the Inca Really Frisian/Magyar?
Besides the Frisians, with Inka were many Finns and Hungarians, including the Magyars. Like Tyre, the Frisians also founded Athens, Tunis and Cadiz, and many other ports long before the Phoenicians. The ships of those days had sails, as well as rowers. Much of their success was a result of their knowledge of the ocean currents and winds, as much as geography. It was necessary to exchange rower crews often when time was crucial, as when transporting perishables. So most of the ports of the ancient world had communities of Frisians. This was certainly true in Sumeria, where their remnants still worshipped as gods these ancient Frisian admirals, eg Inka was worshipped there as Enki.
From Cayce we are given the date of the sinking of Poseidonia, the last of Atlantis, at 10,700 bc. from 'Oera Linda Book', we are told the fleet of Inka sailed for the Americas 193 years after that, or at 10,507 bc. So shortly after this early date the high civilization of the Inka had the fleet to become a colonizing power itself, spreading their influence north into Yucatan and Ohio, and much later into China as the Shang. It appears that a second wave of migration and influence of the Inka spread north into both areas of Mexico and Ohio circa 3100 bc, joining the earlier remnant from the Inka and Atlanteans already there, and the newly arrived lost tribes to become the mound builders in Ohio. I'm sure few will believe this hypothesis, but it may well be the most accurate historical account written in ages.
The Oera Linda Book made it seem like many ships joined Admiral Inka. Other things Cayce reported suggests that the fleet was used from its South American base to contact and settle Yucatan, Ohio, and Egypt. This explains the lost time between the sinking of Poseidonia long before the Atlanteans arrived in Egypt, with the Inka. I think it was a few hundred years. Similarly, I think its possible, maybe likely that the Shang originated from their colony in South America to settle and conquer China.
From the 'Oera Linda Book', we are given dates from an event, called the sinking or inundation of 'Aldland' and 'Atland'. There were generations of authors within that Frisian family. Personally, from the history given, later descendants confused the dates for the sinking of Atlantis. They are among the earliest nations that we know of, back to the mythic age of heros and gods on earth. They founded Athenia, by their earth-mother Ny-Hellenia, known as Minerva. The Greeks were illiterate goat-herds in those days. The Frisian Minnos purchased and colonized Knossus Crete, becoming our Midas. Its likely that the Frisian name, already corrupted from Freya, became further corrupted into Phrygian. The colonies of the Frisians at Crete, Tunisia, Asia Minor, including Troy, were later called Phrygian. This may as well have been corrupted into Phoenician.
Its said that most of the rivers and geographical features of Europe bear names derived from the Magyar core, either called Scythian or Saka based. The Celts were earlier named Cimmerian, and seem to share much of the religious beliefs and language of the Sumerians and Phoenicians, including worship of the sun god named Baal or Bel. It would appear that the hordes from the Altai region spread across Europe, Asia, and north Africa, not only in the middle ages, but in waves for thousands of years before that. Thousands of years of history has them located in that central region, and demonstrates that this cradle gave rise to countless millions of these people - yet some posit that they originated elsewhere, even India was mentioned. Are we certain which race they are? Mongols are thought to be of the red race, but they speak of white Huns. Perhaps they were originally yellow or brown? After thousands of years of successive waves of them plundering and raping across the old world, no doubt the genetics and bloodlines of every region bears their imprint. Much suggests that the later waves were conquering their own kinsmen that had arrived earlier, and settled down into a less nomadic life.
They colonized the Indus and eastern India, in an age when Suez was a strait. Suez spelled backwards is Zeus. A Frisian navigator was a friend of Krishna, who died in 3104 bc, before Menes of the first dynasty of Egypt, and prior to the Harrapan culture. Much suggests that the Frisian empire was greater and more extensive before 3449 bc. They refer to the Trojan War later in their history, yet Cayce dates it to 5500 bc. The Greeks and the west got so much from the Frisians, especially the doctrine of freedom. Its like reading old English, so many words are similar. Like Wr-ald, their creator, we call world - the great spirit of nature. Irtha is our earth. They had the habit of writing their laws, formulas, and history upon their stone walls. The manner of writing and numbers was done on the wheel of the wr-ald, a pie with six pieces or spokes. Its no wonder that the Inca had such good laws, and the Aymara and Quechua loved the Inca so much. When pure, the Frisians had no idols, and had no slaves. Finding the writing on the wall will eventually prove the identity of the Inca. The palaces of the supreme Inca at Cuzco were surrounded by walls. Each dynasty seemed to build a new palace, rather than use the ones of their forefathers. A few of these palaces survive, and the walls remain on many of those in ruin. So its important that these walls be examined for inscriptions.
This Andean legend link is about the Ayar brothers, almost surely describing the Magyar. The Ayar Brothers arrived right after the flood, say the legends.
"The second legend is known as that of the "Ayar Brothers" and indicates that from three windows in the Tamput'oqo Mountain in Pakariqtanpu about 25 kms. (15.5 miles) south of Qosqo came out four brothers. They were Ayar Manko (Manko Qhapaq), Ayar Kachi, Ayar Auka and Ayar Uchu; every one along with his wife. They went towards the Wanakauri Mountain and then to Qosqo where just the women and Manko Qhapaq arrived founding the city in the name of Teqsi Wiraqocha and the Sun."
It has occurred to me that the Frisian fleet of Inka would have required a port and docks. They were serious about navigation and sea trade, knowing that the greatness of the Frisian nation was based on its command of the oceans. Its almost a given that they built at least one port on the Pacific, more likely several, with Chile and Ecuador likely places to look.
The Frisians had advanced metalurgy that will astound our scientists if they find relics, like iron crossbows mounted like cannons on ships, plus alloys of tempered brass and silver, circa 10,000 bce. With the Humboldt current along the coast, even good sailors will lose ships. The water being so cold there, should have helped to preserve the wrecks. Plus ships with masts and rows of oars should be easy to notice, and won't be mistaken for more recent vessels. It seems likely that there were islands that may have served as ports off the coast of Chile, and the inlets of Patagonia.
Tiwanaku was hoary with age when the Inka/Enki arrived. We can only credit them with a revival of the Tiwanaku culture, that was in progress by the influx of Atlanteans. Their legends admit as much. The Enki culture made heavy use of oracles, and venerated women, and the Frisian earth-mother no doubt giving rise to the Pachamama belief.
Consider for a moment how many centuries or millennias would have been required to develope the horticulture and hybridation of over 200 varieties of potatoes, and the many other food plants that originated in South America. The same appears true for the strange animal species, like the Ilama and Alpaca, apparent cross-breeds between camels and sheep. Even the stingerless honeybee, that appears nowhere else but the Yucatan. Many legends of the Andean people tell of their ancestors remembering the uplift of the Andes. Many of the mountains have terraces so high that nothing will grow there. We can only assume they were farmed before the Andes uplifted, or were used by survivors of the great flood until the waters subsided. The 10,507 bc date becomes easier to accept. Andean peanuts made their way to China, and lacquer technology was brought to Mexico from China before recorded history. The experts state the Americas were peopled from Asia because of the similarity to Mongolians, instead of realizing that the Mongolians may have came from America in prehistoric times, since both are of the red race native to this hemisphere.
Dr. McGovern in his "Jungle Paths and Inca Ruins" mentions an early Spanish chronicler named Fernando de Montesinos, whom he ridicules as a great liar, because the Inca history that he relates is so different from what the experts want to believe. Yet his later conclusions very much support what Montesinos reported.
Dr McGovern states, "It is only of the last hundred years of the Inca Empire that we can claim definite knowledge."
"The later history of the Empire is fairly clear, but what of the early history which is shrouded in fable? Here, where the historians give us only contradictory legends - self-contradictory, and in contradiction to the facts brought to light by recent excavations - we must tread warily. We must, in fact, start all over again, accepting little or nothing that the historians give us unless this is supported by outside evidence. Here lies an enormous field for research. If carefully carried out, this will solve the secret of a mysterious race. It will indirectly throw much light upon the whole history of mankind."
"It is surprising how little excavation has been done here in the Highlands. The excavations on the coast have revealed much. It is probable that careful work in the Sierra will be even more illuminating; yet even Cuzco has up to this time  been little disturbed by the excavator's spade."
"Gradually one is forced to the conclusion that the four hundred years given us by the chroniclers for the whole course of the Inca Empire is too short to account for all of the developments of Cuzco architecture."
Montesinos stated that :
"Manko Kapak had ninety-nine successors, giving the Inca Empire a long and varied history [dating back to long before the Christian era]."
Study of Montesinos' Work .. in Adobe pdf (Montesinos was a Spaniard who arrived in Peru in 1628 and devoted the rest of his life to the compilation of a comprehensive and chronological history and prehistory of the Peruvians)
It seems modern historians date the Inca Empire only as far back as the reformer emperor, or to that of the second Manko Kapak. Architecture at Cuzco alone, shows at least three distinct phases of development, from megalithic to classic Inca.
Sailing to the Amazon from Europe or Cape Verde was an easy crossing using the Gulf Stream. It was access to the west coast of South America from Europe or Africa that presents great difficulty to a sailor, both from the southern and the northern approach. It was approached from the Pacific by the central counter current the safest and most direct, otherwise the sailor required a large voyage looping into the Pacific, to reapproach the coast well south of his intended destination. The Humboldt current is fierce and unrelenting as it hugs the west coast in its normal south to north flow. Thats why its almost certain every early arrival across the Pacific used the Tonga route, or arrived on the 5 to 7 year reversal of the Humboldt current. In fact the Amazon crossing was the easiest of all, its fresh muddy water is unmistakable 200 miles out in the Atlantic to any vessel brought by the currents and trade winds from Europe and northwest Africa. The mouth of the river is 100 miles wide and easy to make with meagre navigational skills. The early navigators employing both sails and oars, would have been better able to go upstream against the current of the Amazon, than modern vessels up to the age of steam in the 19th century. Like Noah, the use of birds by ancient navigators was widespread and common. When released, the birds would fly high enough to see over the horizon, and the mariners would note the direction that they flew to plot a course to the nearest landfall. Wise navigators also learned much from the movement of clouds, and the change in the orientation of waves, to know of a landmass over the horizon. This old wisdom is still employed by mariners of the south Pacific.
We should consider that the Frisian fleet may have arrived via the straits of Magellan. This is an interesting area of mountains and fijords, very much like Scandinavia. It would not be surprising if we found that part of the passage was man-made canals. All of the ships in the world could be hidden among the inlets. I think its possible that ancient Frisian ports could have existed in this area.
Below see the link identifying a Frisian origin for the Araucanians of Chile, from the writings of Dom Alonso, or Alfonso de Ercilla, in the late 16th century.
Frisian of Chile Named Glaura in late 16th c .. from Wilkins
'Secrets of Old South America'
"My name is Glaura. I was born in a propitious hour. The daughter I am of a good cacique, Quilacura, of the noble blood of the old Frisians." [p. 392]
Alonso de Ercilla's historical epic poetry published in 1574, titled "LA ARAUCANA"
Sorry, but I've only found it in Spanish so far. It reveals the Frisian identity of the Araucana people of Chile.
Given Frisian accounts, and ancient chronicles of the Americas, its likely that they had regular contact or colonies in the western hemisphere.
Jim Bailey's 'Sailing to Paradise', quoting Flavius Josephus, concerning the second exodus from Sumeria :
"From that hour, therefore, they were dispersed through their diversity of languages and founded colonies everywhere, each group occupying the country that they lit upon and to which God led them, so that every continent was peopled by them, the interior and the seaboard alike; while some crossed the sea on shipboard and settled in the islands. Of the nations some still preserve the names which were given them by their founders, some have changed them, while yet others have modified them to make them more intelligible to their neighbors."
Next consider the fertile crescent of Mesopotamia, during the reign of Sargon the Great, of uncertain age, many think circa 2350 bc. Here, we have the land of Shinar, to which the survivors of the great flood flocked, as well as to Armenia. A mysterious land of many nations and tongues, brought together by the need of sustenance and protection, by this empire's sophisticated sciences of irrigation, agriculture, the arts and metalurgy. Much of their high culture may have been brought by the Frisian navigator's, who exchanged exhausted crews here.
After many centuries of enjoying the high bronze age, Sargon was in a crisis situation, they were out of tin. His army now had inferior copper weapons and armament. Anxious that his war-like neighbors would conquer and absorb his empire, he sent out a fleet in search of sources of tin. The date of the tin fleet is as uncertain as the reign of Sargon the Great. Some think it centuries earlier than 2350 bc, and some later. Its interesting that 2350 bc is also given as the date for the founding of Tyre, but those establishing this date based it on the building of the Temple of Melkarth [Heracles], and were not aware that the Frisians had preceded the Phoenicians at Tyre. Even though Heracles and Thor were more the deities of the Frisian than the Phoenician. So the actual founding of Tyre could have been thousands of years before.
Jim Bailey says around 3100 bc, 'many Sumerian refugees went off to America', they may have been the sea people called the Enki from Eridu. This is the same global disaster time when Krishna dies, and the Kali Yuga begins, the Peruvians migrate to Yucatan, when the Maya began, the Harappan culture begins, the Sumerian homeland destroyed by a storm, the old kingdom begins in Egypt, and a tidal wave hits Ireland. [reference p 124]
[note symbols above and to left of the eye on the image called Cabeza above]
Now refer to the potter's marks from the Shang Dynasty of China, which are basically identical to that of the 'eastern Semites' [which could be Frisian or Magyar]. It may be possible to date and identify the location and potter that created cabeza!
I'm finding most potter's marks of China were 4 or 6 characters. Our cabeza seems to have 5, but its said that sometimes a 5 or 7th was used. The same coding may be used on Cabeza, with the first four symbols giving the date, city, and the potter, and the fifth for who it was made.
I would add, that if these are indeed potter's marks and dateable from the Shang Dynasty coding protocol, then we have the 'holy grail' of diffusion, and it leads us to think that both China and Bolivia were invaded by Frisians and Magyars, who may have sold tin to Sargon. Or persisting legends among the sailors of Sumeria led the later tin fleet to South America's deposits in Bolivia.
Assuming Cabeza has Shang Dynasty potter's mark. I repeat, its seems unlikely that a beaten people would have exquisite and expensive items made and transported from China to Bolivia, so logically we are looking upon the victors, the 'Shang' [read Frisian/Magyar]. Cabeza is not something for export - its portrays a real man. Its not something a visitor would carry from China, and casually lose in Bolivia. Its likely this man lived near Tiwanaku, which includes all of its suburbs, like Pokotia, and Puna, and the Island of the Sun. Until proven otherwise I'm inclined to believe that the Shang and the Inca were the same people, with a face possibly like cabeza, which is just as important, if not more so, than Fuente Magna. Its the perfect proof, when the potter's marks are confirmed as Shang-like. The potter may have been a Shang countryman operating in Bolivia, where they went by a closer name for their nation, the Inka - which over thousands of years may have been corrupted to Inca. [Cayce spelled it Inka]
Anyone with eyes* can see that the code has an 80% correspondence on their chart of code symbols. It has been a while since I entertained the idea of the Inca being either Aryan or Chinese. The Shang were not Chinese either. The most likely candidate for both remains Frisian/Magyar or Sumerians. The presence of the marks has been confirmed by an onsite archaeologist. [* This assumes that you are using a 17 inch monitor, with .28 dot pitch resolution, with a decent video card.]
review: 'Sailing to Paradise'
Attached is a text page discussing the potters marks being the same between the Shang Dynasty and eastern mediterranean people. It validates much of what I have proposed about cabeza, and the Frisian/Sumerian connection between China and Bolivia. This artifact is pivotal to understanding these early colonial interchanges. Its a major discovery waiting to be recognized as such.
We find that the cabeza looks 'Chinese' to us today. It may be that the Enki people passed on these looks to the Chinese at the time of the Shang invasion. Its unlikely that the conquerors portrayed the losers in terracotta, and brought their representation to their other colony in Bolivia. So, there may have been hordes of them to change the look of the masses of China. Bailey mentions that our name 'China' may have started from the Sumerian word 'telechinia'. Its fascinating that the cabeza may allow us a look at the Inka voyagers that produced the Fuente Magna and Pokotia monoliths, and at the same time through potter's marks allow us to date the time accurately. If not now, then future archaeologists will pin the date down, probably no later than 1900 bc to 1600 bc for Cabeza. This seems to be close to what the linguists reckon when considering the FM scripts. However, the presence of cuneiform causes me to think it related to the Inka and Magyars of a much earlier time.
Its possible that a high ranking indigenous Chinese may have booked passage to Bolivia and relocated to Tiwanaku, particularly if they were colonies of the same nation, that I propose was the Inka/Enki, of the Frisians originally. The legends, historical record, religion, and linguistic evidence for Sumerian presence in Bolivia is without question. When more complete excavations are done, we can expect more wonderful surprises from this high bronze age culture. I would expect lots of wonderful bronzes, and possibly some chariots, even though the terrain doesnt favor their extensive use. There are only a few nations that had high bronze age technology at the horizon that the Shang entered China. The Frisians, and later the Sumerians are the most likely candidate that I can find. The chariots and high arts and quality bronzes arrived in China long before the 1550 bc date given for the start of Shang culture. So the 1720 bc date or earlier is credible for their initial settlements along the coast and the lower stretches of the Yellow River.
Besides these are all side issues, when considering the Shang and cabeza relationship, if the potter's codes can be read from Shang/Western Semitic coding protocols.
On the page Bailey cites the book detailing these 54 codes and their protocols for reading them. A better source I think for confirmation, and for reading the coded information is the late Professor Chang. Professor Chang's books may shine light on the potters codes on cabeza. He has two books, 'Archaeology of Ancient China' and 'Symbols' .
The term 'western semites' used by Bailey, was slow for me to connect with Frisian/Magyars and Sumeria, but I'm convinced now that the two are one and the same. The fact that 49 of 52 potters codes were identical between the Shang and these people is very convincing evidence linking them. The Sumerian and the Magyar may be one and the same people.
My point is not that the cabeza is an Inca artifact, certainly not, as commonly understood now. I'm saying that it has potter's marks that four of five symbols are identical to those used by the Shang Dynasty of China, and 'western semites', which I contend are Magyars/Sumerians. From Fuente Magna and Pokotia we know that there was early Magyar or Sumerian contact with Bolivia. We dont know how long Sumeria maintained contact with, or settled in Bolivia. Cabeza seems to be connected to later contact with China. Many experts believe that the Shang invaders of China were Sumerians also. In fact there are some that say that the time of Sargon was closer to 2230 bc. The high bronze age was carried to China long before 1550 bc. Its possible that the Inka or the Sumerians started arriving in both places as early as 2230 bc as peaceful teachers, merchants and artisans, and increased in numbers and strength through the centuries down to 1720 bc. The Shang Dynasty lasted in China until about 1150 bc. We have no way of knowing if cabeza represents a Sumerian or a Chinese who relocated during the time both were colonies of Frisia/Sumeria. The Inca of 1470 ad may be different foreigners, or possibly descendents of these earlier colonies, but I'm inclined to think the latter.
Cabeza could be of pivotal importance in connecting both as colonies of the Frisians and Magyars, or if found to be later, by their Sumerian remnants.
Shang artifacts are really exquisite work. They had stirrup pottery similar to meso-america.
Back to Heracles on the FM bowl : if correct this would date the bowl to an earlier era than Cabeza - possibly the time of the Titans, who had a worldwide seafaring trade in metals going on from 8,000 bc down to 2,000 bc. Interestingly, one of the Titans was named 'Andes' !!! The Sumerians worshipped Heracles by the name Melkarth. As stated before, the Frisian city of Tyre later had a Temple to Melkarth. Its unclear whether its builders were Frisian, Magyar, or Phoenician.
The 3100 bc date given earlier becomes tenuous further into the research. The fall of the Harappan culture may be closer to 1800 bc from floods, the Sumerian fall closer to 1950 bc from 'storm', and the Shang dynasty lasted from 2000 to 1100 bc. The cabeza was found near Tiwanaku, Bolivia. The Babylonian/Akkadian word for tin is 'anaku'. China was also a source for tin.
The Inca were a white race, as we were told by Columbus, Pizarro, and Garcilaso de la Vega. Whites were found not only in Peru, but San Savador and the Canary Islands, and along the Amazon river.
In view of these events I think its reasonable to suspect that the Inca are the followers of Inka's fleet of Frisians and Magyars, later known as the Enki from Eridu Sumeria of 2100 bc, and that the Fuente Magna and Pokotia scripts are from these ancestors of the Inca. It's also possible that Sargon's tin fleet found Bolivia, which seems likely, since the Enki/Inka had been there for thousands of years. Grafitti of the Phoenicians is all over Amazonia, and their common ties with Sumeria are well known.
Later they may have used the rivers to cross Amazonia to reach the Andes. During high water season in Amazonia, its three major rivers are joined. Even today the northern mouth of the Amazon is a deathtrap for vessels, because at hightide a wall of water 15-25 feet high rushes upstream.
Cayce did not say that the migration from Peru was due to invasion, instead he said the lands dropped below sealevel, and were flooded. He did not say that the Andes were uplifted at the same time, but said men witnessed and survived the event. I often wondered if they were concurrent around 3100bc during the same disaster.
Examine the image of the great trilithon on the island of Tonga in the Carolines.
Its impossible to look at this great monument without wondering why it was created. Looking deeper I think that I now understand. Its at the beginning of the Pacific cross current, and its significance is to mark the 'Gateway' to Tiwanaku and the west, the terminus of this great central ocean current. It was probably constructed closer after the 50,000 bce date of the sinking of Lemuria.
Understanding the great ocean currents is crucial to the study of diffusion, and learning of the early sailing between the continents. My recent study of sailing to both coasts of South America was a great help to getting the proper perspective. It helped me identify the great gateway of Tonga at the beginning of the Pacific equatorial counter current, and allows me to say that the 'Gateway to the Sun' at Tiwanaku is probably its counterpart, at the terminus of the current. I wonder if it is oriented toward Tonga? Some of the landings were likely made on the capes of Ecuador.
The now windswept barren peninsula along Peru's coast called Paracas, its said, was once lush and tropical. Its the tip of a mostly submerged landmass, now arid and lifeless. Deep burials have uncovered what once was a mature civilization, as shown by the textiles and weavings. They practiced trepanation of the skull. This suggests to me that they may be a settlement of Admiral Inka's Frisian contingent, who down to Merovingian times were known to use trepanation. The vast climate change the area has undergone points to a great antiquity.
Bailey says they were part of the world seekers of tin, he calls the Heracles people. These may have been giants. From the Bible and Homer we know the giants were extant and active even during the Bronze Age.
The ancient Magyar "Legend of the Stag" dates to prediluvian times. I consider this about 25,000 bce, but few will allow this as true. The Magyar descended from Nimrod the mighty hunter, who founded Ninevah and Babylon. By the spread of the legend one can trace the Magyar settlements to China, Japan, Mexico, Egypt, Iran, Mesopotamia, the Turanians, Scythians, Greeks, Finland, and Hungary, etc.
"The Tatarlakai Medallion" was found in Transylvania, and has been carbon dated to 6,500 years ago. It goes far in lending credibility to the history given in the Frisian chronicle, 'The Oera de Linda" book. It also should cause scholars to realize that the Magyar written script is the origin and basis for most kindred scripts from Europe, the Mideast, and North Africa.
Here I'm sharing some research info on Sargon 1, where a source of copper and diorite was given as the land of Magan :
2340-2315BC Sargon I founded and ruled the city-state of Akkad, after he left the city of Kish where he was an important official. He was the first ruler to maintain a standing army. His empire lasted less than 200 years.
2320BC Sargon conquered the independent city-states of Sumer and instituted a central
c2300BC Phoenicians, a seafaring people, began living along the Levantine coast. (SFC, 6/24/99, p.A14)
2300BC Sumerian cuneiform texts mention the land of Magan (possibly Oman) as a source of copper and diorite for the states of Mesopotamia.
(AM, May/Jun 97 p.49)
There were more reasons to colonize than just a tin shortage, there was widespread flooding reported, as documented in Egypt around 2000 bc, with Libya struck from space and destroyed, plus flooded.
I confirmed from my Chinese friends that the Shang were foreign invaders, and not clan domestic to China. Assuming that the Chinese were invaded from either of the nations that are known to have great disruption at home. We have the Hyksos fleeing Egypt, and we have the Sumerians, which were a maritime tribe on the southern coast of Mesopotamia, within them a tribe called the Enki, naming themselves after their god of the sea, suffering a big need for tin and having suffered a great storm or natural disaster. With Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru - the evidence of the inscriptions and very likely cabeza, point to its colonizer being the Inka of Frisia/Sumeria. More into oracles than any nation I've ever read about. They would break bones and read the future from the way it broke. Other bones with their history and travels would also be used as oracles, but serve us as primary historical accounts. This major focus on oracles is found repeated in the relics of Bolivia.
Capt Bligh tried to sail around the horn of South America from east to west for over 30 days, and was defeated by the contrary currents and winds, and sailed around the world instead. The Pacific central counter current, that I talked of concerning Tonga, would most likely been the route taken from Sumeria, while the straits of Magellan may have been the original route of Admiral Inka. This was especially true in early times when sails were square, and the vessels were not designed to tack into the wind. Knowledge of the currents was the most valuable maritime information and method of distant voyaging. Thats why Homer and other mythology had so much information about ocean streams. It was high wisdom. They sailed from the Persian Gulf eastward across the Pacific. The capes of Ecuador should be explored, for it was the natural place for landfalls and shipwrecks from the short route mentioned.
I mentioned that 1550 bc is often given as the beginning of Shang culture, but from the description these invaders may have arrived and brought the high bronze age to China centuries before, with its metalurgy, arts, and chariots. So we can't rule out that the Sumerian Enki may have arrived much earlier than 1900 bc. The later date is possibly indicative of the flowering of Shang culture.
The emergence of civilization in China: Lungshan Horizon to Shang Dynasty
[quoting the archaeologists]
"so it seems fair to think that the situation in Lung-shan and Hsia times was similar to what is documented historically for Shang"
Ancient literature of the Enki or Abzu people : ENKI AND THE WORLD ORDER
"The lofty marshland, my favorite spot, "
"The l[ands] of Magan and Dilmun Looked up at me, En[ki],
Moored (?) The Dilmun-boat to the ground (?), Loaded the Magan-boat sky high;
The magilum-boat of Meluhha
Transports gold and silver,
Brings them to Nippur for Enlil, the [king] of all the lands."
"He procee[ded] to the land Meluhha,
Enki, the king of the Abzu, [decrees] (its) fate:
"Black land, may your trees be large trees, [may they be ‘highland']-trees,
[May] their thrones [fill] the royal palace,
May your reeds be large reeds, [may they be ‘highland']-reeds, "
". . . . Elam and Marhashi . . . .
Were (destined) to be devoured like . . -fish;
The king (presumably Enki) upon whom Enlil had bestowed might,
Destroyed their houses, destroyed their walls.
Their (precious) metal (and) lapis lazuli (and the contents of) their storehouses,
He brought to Nippur for Enlil - the king of all the lands. "
The line from the Sumerian Abzu people of Enki, 'the lofty marshlands, my favorite spot', seems a contradiction in terms, unless Titicaca was meant. It wasnt Sumeria, where the marshlands were low by the river. Like Cabeza, and author Tristan Jones, they appreciated the brightness of the heavens as viewed from that place.
Suddenly about 1720 bc there was an abandonment of large areas of Sumeria. There is some evidence that the Euphrates river changed course, making all their canals and irrigation works useless. Some historians think civil war played a part. The higher class may have breached the dykes to flood the lower classes into extinction.
"This dramatic instance of sudden abandonment brought into clear focus evidence of similar breaks in stratigraphy in other Old Babylonian contexts on the site. We realized that there had been a crisis in the history of the city that had resulted in a total, or almost total, abandonment. The cessation of dated texts at around 1720 B.C., noticed by earlier excavators but not discussed [McCown and Haines 1967: 74-76], had to be correlated with the archaeological evidence. I knew that there was a similar halt in dated texts at other sites in Babylonia (e. g., Ur, Larsa, Isin) during the reign of Samsuiluna, and I knew that only those cities lying along or close to the river's western branches, such as Babylon, Kish, Sippar, Borsippa, and Dilbat, continued to produce dated texts. I began to suggest in lectures, as early as 1973-74, that there may have been a general catastrophe in Babylonia at that time, due to a major environmental crisis, probably the shifting of water away from the main branch of the Euphrates that had passed through Nippur. Elizabeth Stone, in an important restudy of Tablet Hill [Stone 1977; 1987], summarized the available evidence for the crisis and abandonrnent at Nippur. Hermann Gasche [1989: 109-43] subsequently laid out the evidence, in very graphic form, for a general collapse of central and southern Babylonia during the period."
How much change in the size of Lake Titicaca has occurred since 1720 bc? Knowing the terrace of this ancient shoreline may lead to more discoveries, plus give us a better idea of how much sediment overlies the ruins. I expect deeper excavations will be necessary around Tiwanaku, at least 10-20 feet of mud exists. Luckily carbon dating of shells should be a big help. The evidence suggests that the entire basin of the plateau was covered with seawater when it was uplifted.
As I recall the Spanish burned a great many books of the Inka in the 16th century. Then later poor scholars contend they had no written language. Scores of books and mummies were burned in Cuzco. Even if the historians accept the early date for the Inka arrival, it was not them that built the great stone temples of Tiwanaku, or the fortress above Cuzco. As their legends admit, these ruins were hoary with age when they arrived. Who constructed them, and when, is the greatest mystery of all. Its fairly certain they came from the Pacific after their lands were submerged. I'm satisfied in thinking they were Lemurians, until compelling evidence says otherwise. The mystics contend these are over 50,000 years old. As time goes by we keep pushing back the date for man in the Americas, so this is not as difficult to believe as it once was.
The necropolis on the island in Titicaca had articles of bronze, so they may be the tombs and bones of the Frisians/Sumerians, and not the builders of Tiwanaku. In 1974 a traveler reported seeing two-story tombs, with standing skeletons looking out small windows facing the east. There are new tests to extract dna from teeth, that may yield interesting results from those skulls.
Its possible that many of the descendents of the builders of Tiwanaku left Bolivia around 3100 bc, and relocated to the Yucatan, and possibly Teotihuacan. The Itza people of the Yucatan at the time of the conquest may have known the full history, but most of their 'books' were destroyed. Its possible that the 3100 bc exodus was from the lowlands in Peru, and the Bolivia host of Tiwanaku had preceded them long before, whenever the uplift occurred. The architectural and glyph similarities in early Yucatan and Tiwanaku are considerable.
So from 3100 bc until 1720 bc there may have been only a few residents around Tiwanaku to oppose the Sumerians if and when they arrived, their knowledge of the area coming from legends from earlier crewmen that returned from South America, and passed on the information to their descendants.
Concerning the Sumerian and other entries into the Amazon and the Andes, it seems most likely that they used the eastern route through Amazonia for any sustained contact. Even with knowledge of the currents, landing on the pacific coast would have been dicey, with as many vessels wrecked as reaching port. Where through Amazonia to Ecuador to Potosi and Tiwanaku was easy, with the knowledge to come during the right season, probably the low-water dry season. The sites of the inscription grafitti should give us a good idea of the various routes used by these early visitors. Its unlikely any went the southern route thru the matto grosso green hell. Jones and his friend are the only known to have made it, and they almost died doing it. Most went the northern way to Iquitos, then turned south. I've read of several expeditions that traveled downstream from there.
After the great flood we are told by Josephus and other historians that most survivors went to Mesopotamia, the land of Shinar. It was a nation of nations, all looking different, with a multitude of languages. The Sumerians had a great knowledge of agriculture, with intricate irrigation canals and water control to increase the yield to feed the multitude. Its possible that both the Shang and Inka were from the Frisian/Magyar fleet or Sumeria, but maybe different tribes. We can see this represented by the different scripts used on Fuente Magna. Crews of sailors have always been of assorted nationalities. Often jumping ship in exotic ports and taking a berth later on another vessel after a sufficient layover ashore.
review; 'Sailing to Paradise'
In 1978 Michael Heltzer published his study of tablets from Ugarit. It details the trade in metals during the bronze age. The Akkadians of Assyria were the principal sellers of tin, with the cheapest prices found in the cities of Nuzi and Arrapha. They controlled the market from 2000 bc onwards. Apparently, since no local mines were found, they were marketing the imported tin brought in by Frisian and later Sumerian sailors, from their far-flung colonies, such as Bolivia and China.
This would explain our finding cuneiform as well as proto-Sumerian on Fuente Magna. The Akkadian/Assyrian merchants came with the Sumerian sailors and miners, who probably made up the bulk of the colonists. Scholars have long known how widespread their influence was in the high bronze age by the fact that Mesopotamian weights and standards were found throughout the world, particularly along trade routes, like west Africa, and at the sites of tin and copper mines. The Assyrian word for tin is 'anaku'. It was a simple matter to tow the ingots up the rivers to Assur and Nuzi to the anxious European and mid-eastern buyers.
This link gave this info on the period of Sumeria we've been looking at :
"After the last Sumerian dynasty fell around 2000 BC, Mesopotamia drifted into conflict and chaos for almost a century. Around 1900 BC, a group of Semites called the Amorites had managed to gain control of most of the Mesopotamian region. Like the Akkadians, the Amorites centralized the government over the individual city-states and based their capital in the city of Babylon, which was originally called Akkad and served as the center of the Amorite empire. For this reason, the Amorites are called the Old Babylonians and the period of their ascendancy over the region, which lasted from 1900-1600 BC, is called the Old Babylonian period." "Perhaps the most important legal text in history is an Old Babylonian code of laws written by Hammurabi (around 1792-1750 BC), the most famous of the Old Babylonian monarchs. This code, called the Code of Hammurabi is generally regarded as Sumerian in spirit, but with all the harshness of the Old Babylonian penalties.
Although we know nothing of Old Babylonian religion, they seem to have adopted whole-cloth the religion of the Sumerians. We do know that the Amorites lived in close contact with the Sumerians for a long time preceding their ascendency over the region, so it's possible that they gradually adopted Sumerian religion over several centuries. The Amorites did, however, import a new god into Sumerian religion, Marduk, which they elevated to the supreme position over the other gods. Like the Sumerians, the Amorites did not believe that life after death held any promise or threat, so like the Sumerians, Amorite religion ruthlessly focused on this world. "
[There were dozens of semi-independent city-states within the empire] [FM having also cuneiform suggests earlier than 1700 bc imho]
The scripts on Fuente Magna are I suppose Magyar or Akkadian cuneiform and proto- Sumerian. Nothing Egyptian has been found directly related to either of these items. The deities worshipped in this era in Sumeria were Anu, Bel, Shamash, Marduk, Enlil, Enki, and others, but nothing like Nia. It seems possible that the order of reading the signs may be in question. It does not appear uniform enough to be certain, where to start, and the order. That would change much if wrong. or so it seems to me.
I also want to mention that I think that the scripts on the Pokotia Monoliths was not placed there by the original carvers of the stones, but are later graffiti. The artist who created the monoliths would have done a neater and more planned work with the script.
Another possibility for the small figure reaching up for the two serpents on Fuente Magna is, "the legend that tells hows the goddess Hera sent two serpents to kill the infant Heracles [Melkarth] in his cradle, only for him to strangle them with his bare hands".
Our best course is to look for the truth, and let the chips fall where they will. The evidence is looking more like an early presence in Tiwanaku. Supposedly before the city was built these items were deposited in the vicinity, or dropped by colonials. These are near the top of the strata and may date to 2,000 bc. Just imagine what may be found at the lowest levels. Its possible Bolivia will soon steal the spotlight away from Egypt, when its antiquities come to light.
I'm going by Inka legends, shared religious thought, and linguistics, to identify the Inka with the Frisian/Magyar of that period. I know this will be difficult for many to accept. Many refuse to believe the conquistadors statements that the Inka were of the white race. Its likely that the fleet of Inka were indeed those we know as the Inca. The Inca legends have them shipwrecked on the coast of Ecuador at a very early date.
From Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala's Nueva coronica y buen
His sketches depict Inca royalty wearing tunics bearing the same symbols that are used on monoliths and other ancient relics, and thought to be Sumerian.
So then thousands of years after the Frisian/Magyar or Sumerians all died, the Inca supposedly decided to imitate the writing they saw on artifacts upon their waist bands? The evidence for the beginning of the Incas in the 13th c ad may need to be reexamined. Quipu readers give a different story. It would have required a long Frisian/Magyar presence to have affected Andean culture to the degree that it did.
We dont have any living Inca to take dna to examine for clues, but there are probably mixed-blood descendents, like de la Vega's family. There are mummies from the mountain tops, and bones of the Incas, where the teeth could yield dna. A test may show relations with the Frisian or Sumerians. The Mesopotamians had a great variety of nations and peoples within it. It was a refuge, just as Egypt was. They may have had trouble understanding each other. It would take a large dna sampling just to cover all of the peoples in the fertile crescent of 2000 bc. Possibly why Fuente Magna contains 3 or more scripts.
It just occurred to me, that we may be dealing with four or five 'scripts' with Fuente Magna. Perhaps the figure and serpents represent another tribe present at the founding of the oracle, a fourth? The symbols on the outside may shed more light on this mystery, or represent a fifth type of script in symbols.
review : 'Sailing to Paradise'
Bailey says "We have fully documented records of the Flood refugees from Eridu, the Poseidon/Enki worshippers escaping from Eridu just in time; we have the fully documented tradition of the refugees having arrived in America to escape the Flood."
By 1720 bc there was near a complete abandonment of Sumeria. They did not return. These are facts. We now know for certain that a colony arrived in Bolivia in a time when cuneiform was still in use. Without question this must have been near 2000 bc, or before, for their use was abandoned soon after that date.
The artifacts and the degree of cultural diffusion says strongly that these foreigners stayed in Bolivia for centuries afterwards. There is no evidence that they ever left.
Don't be blinded by preconceived theories. Have an open mind or you present an obstacle to the truth being found. The most likely theory is often the truth, no?
The expedition by Gene Savoy found the former lost city of Kuelap, 120 sq miles! [11 miles by 11 miles - how could it be lost?] This large a metropolis, yet an obscure city as compared to Tiwanaku.
We must be free to look for racial anomalies to spot a foreign culture in an area, in an investigation such as we're doing. The remnant of this city [Kuelap] was thought to be blond and blue eyed in nearby mountains. An important clue, nothing more.
Its incredible that so little merit has been given to the quipu historians.
If the quipu history is accurate, which I expect it is. Then the Inca shipwrecked off an island on a cape of Ecuador. They may have left traces along the coast there, or had their first settlement in Ecuador. I've even wondered if there are traces or symbols in the Pacific valley cities, with the wonderful irrigation systems, to suggest a connection with the fleet of Inka or Sumeria. [like Caral]
Strangely, China has the American species of peanut before its earliest reported use in the new world, even though it is native to South America. Its possible that the peanut transfer happened in the exchange period in which cabeza was deposited in Bolivia. Maybe depictions of the plant, peanut, shells, or pollen may yet be found. Very likely the Chinese lacquer technology was brought to the Americas around this same early period of diffusion.
I invite people to read the conquistador chronicles that describe the number of royal Inca mummies that were burned in Cuzco to see if it sounds like two centuries of Inca rule in the Andes. Some reports claim that they didnt get all of them, that most are still hidden in secret chambers below the temple of the Sun. Until found that remains just speculation.
Abraham came from Ur. We have mainly discussed the second exodus from Sumeria, circa 1720bc. More obscure is the first exodus from Sumeria around 3100 bc. Its likely they founded the Indus Harappan culture, and what is known as the first dynasty of Egypt at that earlier epoch.
Its interesting to note that all of these major ocean currents center on the 30 degree tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. This shows their primary importance to early sea voyagers. The currents did the transporting, the sails were useless except breaking away to the land to make a port. The Somali current goes north during the summer, and south during the winter - how convenient. The Great Pyramid stands on the north 30 degree latitude, where the ocean currents are centered. This was invaluable knowledge to early navigators, who did not need a compass if they knew where the currents would take them. They would just make an epic detailing the clues to the places met along the circuit of the ocean currents, ala Homer.
Wilkins mentions a Fray de la Vega who burned manuscripts in Mexico, that told of an arrival by raft that brought contact with another civilization.
With Wilkins you have to be able to divine and divide the wheat from the chaff. He cites legends that the natives have a remembrance of the mountains rising. He mentions perpetual lights found in stone towers in high Brazil, supposedly a primeval highland in the matto grosso. Its interesting that the Frisians also built stone towers, with the top floor occupied by their vestal virgins and a lamp that was kept burning.
I've read about 'giant's field', a place in Columbia at the same elevation as Tiwanaku, and likely having arisen from sealevel at the same time. Its significance lies in the fact that it has evidence that a herd of mastodons rode that land to its elevated height, and died soon afterwards from the cold and rarefied air, and starvation.
Their bones may yield carbon dates that will help scientists date this geological event, and that at Tiwanaku. Most careful readers already admit that men and mastodons were contemporaries. The proofs are many and varied. Some sites show mastodons and hunters as recently as 6,000 bce.
From a satellite image of the altiplano of Bolivia I noted the deep ravines that run down to the Pacific. It appears to have left quite a salty deposit on its upper reaches, plus the former basin can be seen. In fact, to me, it looks as if the sea water was filled to overflowing when it was uplifted in ancient times. The ravines seemed to be what drained the water down to its present low level.
You can see why I'm fascinated with Bolivia, its like a great gathering of andediluvian high cultures, the Lemurian, Atlantean, Frisian, then possibly Sumerian.
I think when we learn more about the Frisians it will remove the veil from our muddled ancient history. They had two kinds of script, the standing, and the running. I believe that what we know as Runic may be related to the running Frisian script. The Frisians boast of 50,000 years of culture - and it may be true. So little information is available, but we may be on the threshold of something wonderful.
Our word text comes from the Frisian word tex. Their island of Texland, at the mouth of the River Fly, was supposed to have many walls covered with their laws and history, it was their literary center. Their navigators traveled the globe. Ny-Hellenia who founded Athens is Minerva, and a much earlier Helen than the cause of the Trojan War. The Frisians may have been among the Hyksos.
Its possible that Texas may have been reached by the Frisians. Buried inscribed walls could yield some amazing history.
They seemed to be called Frisians either for 'friends', or their love of freedom. Their navigators and fleets may have surpassed the Phoenicians. It certainly looks like the Frisians were in Cadiz, Tyre and Carthage before the Phoenicians.
The correspondences between Andean culture and Frisian is great, eg, Pachamama and their Earth-mother. In fact the Amazons may be related to the Frisians. They had vestal virgins as lawgivers and oracles. One burg had a hexagonal tower of nine stories, with an eternal lamp burning at the top. Some burgs had taller stone skyscrapers.
Jason and the Argonauts went to Frisian lands after the golden fleece. Their practice of collecting gold from the rivers with wool, was practiced from the Rhine to east of the Black Sea, into the Caucasus Mts. [btw, its interesting to note that JASON has the first letters of our months from July to November.]
Their history describes several great floods, and at least one poleshift. The tumuli of northern Norway, so long untouched because of the frigid cold, may fill in lots of gaps in the prehistory of man. Plus many of their greatest cities are now on the seabed of the North Sea.
Much suggests that the Frisians were mining tin before the Bronze Age. They also were known to use weapons of silver. The only explanation I can think of is they knew how to alloy tin with silver. Possibly another lost art?
If we accept the validity of the 'Oera Linda Book', then we have the Frisian Inka bringing a large colony of Frisians, Finns, and Magyars, into South America. The Finns and the Magyar seem to have an origin in Asia. In fact this link reveals that the Magyar used cuneiform, and must have had much diffusion from Sumeria. In other books I've read that Turkish influences have been found in Finland and other parts of northern Scandinavia. Coastal inscriptions have been found. Btw, an island near Iceland has a Frisian name, showing they reached that far.
I'm interested in the Magyars use of cuneiform, since that script has been found in Bolivia. This Frisian connection with South America is I think a major find of great importance. I've never found a better hypothesis for the origin of the Inca, than the Frisian voyage made by Inka. It surely happened before 1270 ad. from the few details given in 'Oera The Linda'. I'm guessing the Frisian/Inka may have settled peacefully in South America for thousands of years before the time credited to the Inca. Its known that they were not war-like and empire-building for most of their history in the Americas. It was only the last few Inca monarchs that invaded their neighbors. Known history seems to start with them.
Harold Wilkins deserves all the credit. The Frisians were an ancient and unique people, that somehow our history books left out. They were not the Phoenicians. In fact they were in competition with them for trade and lands. Technically, the ancients would disagree with my statement. For the Frisians were so ancient that they spoke of three distinct races of Frisians, the white race were sons and daughters of Frya, the yellow - like the Phoenician, were of another earth-mother founder, and the black were of a third. Tens of thousands of years ago they were of one language and belief, but the Frya race kept the laws and language pure much longer. The Frisians were defeated by Rome about 68bc. Their last hurrah were the Merovingian kings of France, eg Charlemagne, et al, about 800ad.
Even the last earth-mothers were imposing seven footers. The Magi led the Magyars, as priest-kings. They were skilled in magic, even walking on water.
This link describes how the Hungarians would use hieroglyphs and cuneiform together. So fire and a fork means lightning, etc. I leave it to the linguists to apply this knowledge to Fuente Magna, if they find correspondences.
I'm reaching the point in my studies where its pointing to an entirely different origin for the Bolivian colonists. The more that I learn of the possibilities and varieties existing among the fleet of Inka - the less certain I am that Sumeria was involved. I want to go on the record as saying that the artifacts and scripts found may all be from the Frisians, Finns, Hungarians, and Magyars, that joined Admiral Inka's expedition to South America. Incan Trepanation is similar to Merovingian and Frisian practices.
We will see where the experts end up with their conclusions, since my view lacks proofs, acceptable to some academics.
JEGYZETEK .. Magyar Cuneiform
WAS HUNGARIAN THE LANGUAGE OF THE ANCIENT EASTERN CULTURES?
The origins and migrations of the Hungarians
A cold opinion on the rovás (or Magyar "runes")
THE RUNIC TEXT PROCESSOR
TITUS INDEX LEXICA
Ancient Hungarian Rovás/Runic Writing
Site Links Related to Mesopotamia or Language
Ural-Altaic etymological word list References, Symbols, Language Abreviations
There appears to be a great confusion of people and names. We have the real names the people called themselves, and we have the names academics of the 19th c attached to these nations. eg, the Akkadians, Etruscans, Sumerians, and Scythians are all artificially assigned, although the latter was an earlier designation. Many may have been misidentified Magyar.
The admirals may have all been deified in those days. Nef-tunis became worshipped as Neptune, as apparently Inka became worshipped as Enki. Poseidon and Heracles may have been earlier admirals?
Crews of each group lived among all of the great seaports of the world, like Eridu, Cadiz, Tyre, Carthage. This explains the large numbers of tribes in Sumeria. Rowers became exhausted, and were exchanged for fresh mariners in ports along the way.
Before the Inca in Peru was a people Cayce called the Ohum or Ohlm. I'm no linguist, but found ohum means grandmother in Lenape, spoken by Delaware Indians. Atlanteans settlers arriving in Peru may have called those preceding them this because they were from Lemuria, I suspect. I hope my efforts guide those better qualified to find linguistic connections. It may have the closest comparison to Atlantean.
The Red Record, history book of the grandfathers, written on prayer sticks !
I found a wise Spanish translation of Edgar Cayce on Atlantis, that may be interesting to our Espanol readers. link
The last Inca :
This describes life and the economy under the Inca .. Pedro de Cieza de Léon: Chronicles of the Incas, 1540
In 1781 the last Inca was tortured, then drawn and quartered in Cuzco. Remote relatives were rounded up, about 90, and sent to prisons in Spain, most or all died there.
Cayce said there are caches of riches, and a golden temple of the Sun, lost or hidden in the Andes. He gave few details about location, but stressed it must be one who will serve the native people wisely with the proceeds. After seeing the artifacts therein, it will be impossible to deny Atlantis, he suggests.
Cayce states the Atlanteans joined Lemurians in the Andes around in 10,000bc [I read Quechua joined Aymara] and established what would become the Inca empire after the arrival of another people, I understand was the fleet of Admiral Inka, of Frisian, Finns and Hungarians, containing the eastern Magyar. Nef-tunis going to be a mercenary for Egypt, was too early to be the invasion of the sea people, or the Hyksos, of the two dates of 1550bc? to 1250bc? This fleet arrival by Nef-tunis must have been closer 10,507 bc.
Studies and carbon dating show men living in the Andes by hunting mastodons and camels by 21,000 bp
This will disturb some readers, but I have reread the history within 'Oera the Linda', and it clearly places the voyage of Inka before the Trojan War, that Cayce gave indirectly as 5500bc. Plus I did much research within the Cayce readings on the Inca origins, which began with Atlanteans about 10,700 bc, joined by the Frisian / Magyar fleet not long afterwards. Cayce did not state who the other founder was, but in other places he refers to the Inka already by the time the Atlanteans entered Egypt - which was right after 10,000 bc. This early a date for the Inca even surprises me, but from my open-minded research seems to be true. It does require faith in the validity of Cayce and the 'Oera the Linda Book'.
Apparently, the fleet of Inka colonized China subsequent to Peru/Bolivia, and may have used the central Pacific currents to come and go between China and South America. Thus explaining the presence of Cabeza near Titicaca.
By 1500 bc Admiral Inka was already deified by the Frisian / Magyar tribes at Sumeria, and the spelling corrupted to Enki.
For the studious I've included attached exact quotes from my Cayce research.
I was surprised to learn that the great Atlantean teacher Alta, who established the beginning of what became the Inca, also did the same at " Luzon ", and Ohio [another site for ancient aircraft]. He had the ability to travel and communicate globally, so maybe the Philipines have an undiscovered rich civilization, and he was the source of ancient aircraft knowledge?
Why would the Nazca figures have been made, if they had no aircraft to view them? It would have been the perfect solution to get back and forth to sealevel, and avoid the arduous mountain trek. Certain burgh-femmes were devoted to science. The Frisians were known to have developed powerful iron crossbows by 10,500 bc. Rubber and strong vines were plentiful in Amazonia to catapult gliders.
Ancient Seal Found in Bolivia [may depict a man in a balloon gondola?]
El Fuerte de Samaipata in Bolivia ... possibly an ancient airport?
Recently I have read 'A Dweller on Two Planets', by Phylos. This has caused me to revise my thinking on the material presented here. Cayce affirmed the accuracy of this text. The word 'Inca' was Atlantean, referring to the Sun. I'm led to believe that Inka was an Atlantean who had won favor with the Frisian and Magyar mariners. Inka was the leader of the fleet, and it was his religion of Atlantis that was brought to Peru, that of Sun worship. The Frisians brought the Pachamama [Earth-mother] belief, and the Magyar influence is seen in the language and place names, but the Incas followed closer the Atlantean religion. The book describes Atlantean giants escaping by sea, and their hardships making their way around the world, via the Cape of Good Hope, the Indian and Pacific oceans to the coast of Peru, which had been a colony of Atlantis, known as Amaur. Andean legends tell of giants arriving on their coast on rafts. They are credited with building wells by the seacoast, before making their way to the high cordilleras. I think these giants were the Atlantean refugees, that over time reduced in stature and became known as the Inca. Phylos gives a later date than most for the final inundation, about 8450 bce, as I recall. This seems to bring all of the pieces of this interesting history together, and for the sake of accuracy I have revised this work. I hold the truth to be more important than any theory, so am quite ready to revise this again if new information becomes available.
Large Stone Bowl Found in Tiwanaku Bolivia
[Referred to as Fuente Magna in text] Used by courtesy of
Dr Bernardo Biados & Dr Mario Aragon of La Paz, Bolivia.
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