What Are The Chinese Archaeologists Afraid Of, Hiding The "Chinese" Pyramids From The Whole World? - Alternative View
What Are The Chinese Archaeologists Afraid Of, Hiding The "Chinese" Pyramids From The Whole World? - Alternative View
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China was founded by the Aryans. Andrey Burovsky:

On the territory of China, well-preserved mummies with pronounced Caucasian features are found. If we begin to carefully study the Chinese legends, we will find that their ancestors were a tall, fair-haired people. Ancient China, in the opinion of Andrey Burovsky, candidate of historical sciences, for a very long time resembled the ancient Aryan societies in terms of the type of settlement and organization of society. However, in the 3rd century BC, Chinese rulers decided to rewrite the real history of the emergence of their state, creating a historical epic that crossed out the memory of the Aryan past.

Andrey Burovsky: The fact is that the plot itself is very interesting. You see, there is such a word "Ordos". We have such a poor knowledge of the geography of East Asia and Central Asia in general that they often find it on maps in the most incredible places, almost in North Korea, and Ordos is the bend of the Yellow River. Here the Huang He makes a powerful loop, goes south, and inside this Hong Ha, this bend is also the same plains, the same, well, savanna-type landscapes, so Central Asian as in Inner Mongolia or in Gansu, that is, on west of China, in Central Asia. And Indo-Europeans, Aryans, Caucasians fell into this Ordos very early, already in the third millennium BC. Here in the Tarim depression in the very center of Asia, mummies have been preserved there, very natural mummies, because the climate is very dry, and, burying the dead, the ancient Aryans, well, maybedid not even want to achieve such an effect, but they persisted.

So, when the Loulan beauty, which is about the third millennium, is a woman about one meter eighty in height with pronounced Caucasian features. And here is an example, people of the same type, they lived in this bend, in Ordos, and penetrated into China. Moreover, the most ancient Chinese legends, they are very interesting, and if you carefully read all these legends, everything will become clear.

First, the Chinese, according to their own legends, the ancestors were tall, fair-haired, let's start with this. Moreover, the "Di" tribes, again according to the Chinese tradition, at the beginning of our era, that is, it has already passed after the Nativity of Christ, already has such an appearance, and lived north of China, but their ancestors lived in the north of Kunlun, the Kullun ridge, that is, the Tibetan mountain region ends, that is, it is frankly Central Asia, open plains, cattle breeders lived there, farmers never lived there, agriculture is almost impossible there.

And these ancestors allegedly in this place founded a group of tribes, which later conquered the Great Chinese Plain, that is, in the place where the Huanghe goes to this plain and where agriculture is possible. And there agriculture is not just possible, it is optimal, but Ancient China for a very long time was extremely reminiscent of the type of settlement, the type of organization of society, very clearly resembled the ancient Aryan societies.

Well, the division at least into sages, such brahmanas of China, if you like, warriors who, again, must exist on their own, outside the state machine and must follow some noble principles, they must organize this society, free community members, who were called "vaisyas "In India, and, finally, on unfree people, if you like, sudras. Moreover, the same threefold division of society, it existed in Greece, among the Germans, among the Balts, including among the Prussians, even in historical time, in the 13-14 centuries before Christ. The same was the case in France among the Gauls, among the Celts, that is, everywhere among the Indo-Europeans, this three-term division is clearly traced.

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And, plus to this, this clear hierarchy, such an Eastern despotism, is completely unusual for the Indo-Europeans. on the contrary, such an extremely looseness of social organization. When society, it prevails over the state, where these free wars easily put their leaders, and they are elected very often, where even the leader, he is forced, and he wants to listen to the wise men, he is interested in them, he calls them to some kind of communication and at the same time relies on the soldiers, again, their collective opinion may cost him, and the crown, and vice versa, can exalt him and establish him as a great leader, that is, he still depends on the two upper strata of the population, willy-nilly.

And the first Chinese principalities seem to have been so organized. And already in later times in one of the Chinese kingdoms there was a great scientist, I know his name, but I don’t want to know him, forgive me, I’m squeamish. Judging by the Chinese ethnography, he did not look like a Caucasian, he was from such local, pronounced non-European people, he created a very simple understandable theory that the power of the state depends on three factors: the service of all to the great emperor, who is, as it were, deity, from the amount of food, the creation of the largest possible reserves of rice and from the power of the army.

It's simple. Everything that the Byzantine bureaucrats came up with was invented by Joseph Vissarionovich, Adolf Aloizievich, all of them are, you know, light ripples on the water, on the deep-seated great Chinese idea. And the Great Emperor Qin Shi Huang Ti founded the first centralized state, he built the Great Wall of China, fencing off his great Great China, a new type of society that no longer resembles the Aryan, from the rest of humanity. And to the wars, so that they would not run away from the wall, mind you, not to slaves, to wars, just in case they cut off their legs so that they could not escape. I quite responsibly say that the level of terror, which in China, well, was considered just everyday life, is a kind of off-scale factor in any of the most terrible bureaucracy in the European world.

That is, something similar to this did not exist under Stalin, even under Petrovsky and Lenin, moreover, there was not under Adolf Aloizievich or under Mussolini in Italy. The most terrible everyday life of the Inquisition Tribunal is just such a funny song, compared to what is happening and happening, or rather, in China. That is, a terrible terrorist machine that falls on a person, subdues him like a grain of sand, or rather, a screw, a small, small element, such a grain of rice.

Here, there is a good Chinese legend, I really regret that this is only a legend that when the Chinese Wall was being built, the widow of one of the countless millions who died there sobbed so that the wall collapsed and Qin died in terrible agony. It's a pity that only the legend, you know, this bastard continued to live, he was looking for the pills of immortality, Qin Shi Huang, he simultaneously issued 3 decrees. According to the first, he must live forever, according to the second, his descendants will rule China for ten thousand generations, according to the third, he immediately sent expeditions in search of the elixir of immortality. He died at the age of 49, having devoured the next pills of immortality, there seemed to be a lot of mercury. So, after they dug deeper, they set up four terracotta armies, first they had to bury the soldiers themselves alive, but even Qin Shi Huang himself realized that this could cost him a lot of something,immortality is worth it, right? Therefore, he made terracotta copies of all the warriors, horses, even the soles of the boots of all the warriors, and buried 4 such terracotta armies, and buried with the emperor, according to various versions, from 20 to 120 thousand people alive.

Again, there are different numbers. Well, the hill where this happened is known, so far Chinese archaeologists are going to excavate it, but they seem to be afraid to do it, because they are afraid that together with Qin Shi Huang, with the exorcised corpse of this, well, I omit the epithet, the Chinese are like, love until now, from this creature countless calamities will burst. By the way, perhaps they will escape, I would not be surprised, but this outrage happened somewhere in the 3rd century BC, this is his time, right? Before that, Ancient China was a completely Aryan society. Well, by the way, what we share with China is 7 or 8 different centers of third-party civilizations. And here is one of them, Han in the north of China, by the way, "Han", well, you can consider me a racist, whatever you like, for some reason the word "hai" somehow reminds me very much for some reason, something like that, you know,native is heard in the measured songs of the driver. So, Han China itself, due to the fact that it received a huge impetus to the civilizational development of the Indo-Aryans, from the Caucasians, it rose above the rest. Indeed, before the appearance of the Indo-Europeans, Aryans, and Caucasians in Ordos, there were no domestic animals in China, except for a muscovy duck, a pig and a dog. And here many pets appear at once, first a horse, that is, chariots appear. Chariots are again a typical Indo-European invention, for that matter. Classic, when not horsemen go into battle, and in the second millennium before the birth of Christ, there was still no cavalry, a chariot went into battle. And so many chariots appear at the Han Chinese, they conquer the rest.that received a huge impetus to the civilizational development of the Indo-Aryans, from the Caucasians, he rose above the rest. Indeed, before the appearance of the Indo-Europeans, Aryans, and Caucasians in Ordos, there were no domestic animals in China, except for a muscovy duck, a pig and a dog. And here many pets appear at once, first a horse, that is, chariots appear. Chariots are again a typical Indo-European invention, for that matter. Classic, when not horsemen go into battle, and in the second millennium before the birth of Christ, there was still no cavalry, a chariot went into battle. And so many chariots appear at the Han Chinese, they conquer the rest.that received a huge impetus to the civilizational development of the Indo-Aryans, from the Caucasians, he rose above the rest. Indeed, before the appearance of the Indo-Europeans, Aryans, and Caucasians in Ordos, there were no domestic animals in China, except for a muscovy duck, a pig and a dog. And here many pets appear at once, first a horse, that is, chariots appear. Chariots are again a typical Indo-European invention, for that matter. Classic, when not horsemen go into battle, and in the second millennium before the birth of Christ, there was still no cavalry, a chariot went into battle. And so many chariots appear at the Han Chinese, they conquer the rest.pigs and dogs. And here many pets appear at once, first a horse, that is, chariots appear. Chariots are again a typical Indo-European invention, for that matter. Classic, when not horsemen go into battle, and in the second millennium before the birth of Christ, there was still no cavalry, a chariot went into battle. And so many chariots appear at the Han Chinese, they conquer the rest.pigs and dogs. And here many pets appear at once, first a horse, that is, chariots appear. Chariots are again a typical Indo-European invention, for that matter. Classic, when not horsemen go into battle, and in the second millennium before the birth of Christ, there was still no cavalry, a chariot went into battle. And so many chariots appear at the Han Chinese, they conquer the rest.

Plus, they have more advanced forms of farming, much more perfect, with many domestic animals and various cultivated plants, that is, where a hundred or thousands of people of another civilizational form live, they can feed tens of thousands of people, and in one gate they endure the rest, as it were, of the ancient ancestors of the Chinese, and conquer the territory of modern China, that is, they could not do without them here.

It's even more fun in Korea, there is an idea of ​​King Tangun, the founder of the first state of Gochoson, the first Korean, and so his grandfather was, well, of course a heavenly ruler, but for some reason he flew to Korea in a chariot, an amazing thing. And Korean archaeologists have found, I quote, “Tangun's burials”, they did this in North Korea, this burial is, well, popular legends have been proven. Why? I do not know. I have only one question in this case, but when will a monument to Kot Bayun and Baba Yaga be erected in Russia? Because, as you know, they are the ancestors of the Russian people. But if, again, an unknown Aryan leader, whose chariot rode to Korea, becomes Tangun, they unearthed it, and when Korean archaeologists exhibited it in one of the museums, I quote, “spare parts for chariots” is called that, right? Well, the spare is there, well, the wheel is lying,bushing, all this is supposed, the chariot has a place to be. But who said there was Tangun beyond my understanding. That is, a frankly mythological hero, mythological to the same extent that Baba Yaga and the Serpent Gorynych are mythological, for that matter, well, say, Mikula Selyaninovich, for example, or Valga. That is, I can imagine a monument in the middle of Moscow to Valga with the very tension of my imagination.

Here, European mankind's sense of humor is somehow off scale, of course, we cannot take this into account. When a monument is erected in England to Badi Sey, for example, at least to a real historical figure, or in France to Vercingetorig, the Celtic leaders who fought with Rome, then this is still an attempt to find some real, completely historical characters who will be a symbol of already modern statehood. Another thing is that the romanized absolutely modern France, to which not only the Celts, but also Great Rome are clear cultural ancestors, well, are trying to find different ancestors for themselves, including Celtic ones. It's funny, but at least they have a reason for it. And, say, snow horses or someone, God Yurdoku, for example, one of the Celtic deities, in France, monuments are not erected. Well, Korea will put up a monument to Tangun,everything is fine. And, moreover, there is a certain Chinese ancestor, respectively, of the Chinese themselves, to whom the mausoleum was erected, and he, as you know, lived for two thousand years or one thousand nine hundred on Earth, moreover, he was taken alive to heaven or flew away himself, I don't remember, there there are different versions of the legend. But still in his mausoleum they show his hat, show his cloak and sandals. Moreover, among the people who visited there were Sun Yatsen and Mao Zedong.there was Sun Yatsen and Mao Zedong.there was Sun Yatsen and Mao Zedong.

Well, you see, with the greatest tension of imagination, neither Brezhnev, nor Putin, nor Yeltsin, I can not imagine in the Museum of Cat Bayun, who will look at the sandals that belonged to Valga, again, for example, or, there, the staff of Ilya Muromets. Well, the legend of Tangun is just an excellent evidence that the chariot of the ancient Indo-Europeans, they galloped to the coast of the Sea of ​​Japan, to modern Korea, and gave impetus to Korean statehood, because in Ancient Korea (Ancient Choson) there was a horse, there was a cow, there was a sheep, but, sorry, the ancestors of these animals were not found in Korea, they came from somewhere. These are animals of the Near East, Central Asia, Europe, they were tamed to someone, accustomed, it seems, about 5 thousand years before the birth of Christ in Eastern Europe, most likely. Here is the territory between the bends of the Volga and the modern Ob,here is this territory, that is, modern Great Russia, here is the southern part of the steppe, the most likely place for horse domestication.

Another such possible place is called the Black Sea region. In any case, this is the territory of Eastern Europe, but there was still the ancestor of the horse, really. And in China, well, he is not, what can be done about it? The Great Plain of China, she does not even know Przewalski's horse, but the modern horse, well, it has no ancestors in the form of Przewalski's horse, but the European Tarpan is, again nothing can be done about it.

Here are such examples of culture, if we use the oldest word, there are a lot of them, a huge number. Apparently, this causes some kind of protest, how so? But not only are they fair-haired, wrong, so … Makar Nagulnov, it seems, at Sholokhov dreamed that all people would mix with each other, and such a race of a pleasant swarthy appearance would go, right? For a long time already an unpleasant dark-skinned appearance, so they still cult, these are the wrong people, this, apparently, causes some anger.

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