China’s “Shan Hai Jing” is a very ancient geographical work. It is said that it was made during the period of the Sui Dynasty. After long-term oral rumors, it was compiled into a book during the Warring States Period. Among them, “Nan Shan Jing”, “Bei Shan Jing”, “Xi Shan Jing”, The “Zhongshan Jing” includes all the mountains, lakes and seas of China. In addition, there is a region in the Dongshan Jing, which has not been found in China for thousands of years. The areas described include four mountain ranges. The first one is 1,800 kilometers long and has 12 main peaks. The second one is 3,320 kilometers long and has 17 main peaks. The third one is 3,450 kilometers long and has a total of 9 main peaks. The peak of the fourth mountain range is 810 kilometers and there are 8 main peaks. What are these descriptions referring to? Many scholars have done nothing after research, and they can only think that the landscape in Dongshan Jing has no research and has begun to doubt its authenticity.
In the 1960s, after studying “Shan Hai Jing”, Dr. Henry A. Moz of the United States followed this clue in the east of the sea and sunrise in China according to the Dongshan Sutra. The orientation of the mountain system, the distance between the mountain and the mountain, the river flow direction and the origin of the book were investigated in a targeted manner. It was found that the area described in the book is completely consistent with the geographic area from Canada to the south and Mexico to the south, especially the four mountain ranges such as the Rocky Mountains, the Sierra Nevada, the Karst Mountains and the Coastal Mountains in the Midwestern United States. The description of the four mountain ranges, the number of peaks, the distance between the peaks and the peaks, the direction of the river, and the records of animals and plants are completely consistent. According to the records in the Dongshan Sutra, they are: the first mountain range, from the United States, Wyoming, to the Grand River in Texas, a total of 12 major peaks; the second mountain range, from Canada’s Mann Winnipeg in Nittaba, ending in Mazatlan, Mexico, with a total of 17 major peaks; the third mountain range is the coastal mountains along the Pacific coast (there was a record of the third mountain range in the Dongshan Sutra) All of them are puzzled by the maritime navigation investigation, which explains the reason), starting from the Wyward Hills in Alaska, to Santa Barbara in California, a total of 9 major peaks; the fourth mountain range, from In the state of Mount Rainier, Washington, from Oregon to northern Nevada, there are eight major peaks. In this case, if the measured miles are converted to Gu Huali, it is completely consistent with the situation described in Dongshan Jing. It turns out that this mysterious mystery turned out to be the Midwest of North America!
After reading the detailed records of the mountains and rivers and the products in the Dongshan Sutra, it is not difficult to make judgments, unless there is a personal experience, it is impossible for anyone to write according to their imagination. The ancient geography of Shan Hai Jing has a history of more than 4,000 years since its initial formation. Coincidentally, Soviet scholars also found records about the Americas in the ancient Tibetan documents that were thought to have been written around 1500 BC. That is to say, thousands of years before Columbus arrived in the Americas, the Chinese ancestors had already understood the land of the east of the sea, and left many mysteries in the vast books and folklore. So at that early time, that is, in the era of human primitive obscurity, who conducted a systematic scientific investigation of this unknown continent of the Americas? At that time, who could have such technical means, and carried out scientific research activities in such a vast area, this is another mystery.
Ancient map story
The map of Piri Reis, drawn in Constantinople in 1513, marked Antarctica, which is very confusing. Because it was not until 1818 AD that Antarctica was discovered after more than 300 years of this map. But what is even more striking is that the Antarctic coastal area shown on the map is not covered by ice. The map depicts the terrain of Maui Queens, Parma and Marta Princess Coast in Antarctica, and Sweden and the United Kingdom in 1949. The information collected by the Antarctic mission on the ice layer using echo detection means is very consistent. This indicates that the area has been surveyed before the Antarctic coast was covered by ice. This is a difficult mystery, because according to geological data, even if Antarctica is assumed to have been displaced to this position for some reason, the latest time of the ice-free state in the above several regions is also 4000 BC, and it is gradually being gradually The expanded ice layer, which is one or two kilometers thick, is completely covered. It was because of the thick ice and snow that has been covered for thousands of years, so some of the Antarctic peaks painted on the map were not discovered until 1952 by relying on echo detectors.
In Antarctica, the map of the world drawn by Orientius Finaus in 1531, the shape and contours are very similar to the Antarctica painted on the modern map. The map of Orientius shows the coastal areas of Antarctica. Such as the Maude Queens, the Sidby, the Wilkes and the Victoria on the shores of the Ross coast and the situation before the snow covered by Maryborough. The map is marked with mountains surrounding the coast and is also marked by rivers originating from these mountains, as evidenced by modern Antarctic scientific expeditions. The inland, on the map, has no traces of rivers and mountains, indicating that the inland areas are covered by snow and ice. Like the map of Piri Reis, Antarctica, represented by the map of Orientius Finaus, is consistent with the echogenic detection of modern scientists on the Antarctic land beneath the ice.
In addition to the above two maps, the map made by the famous cartographer Holland Mercator in 1569 also depicts the continent of Antarctica, and some geographical features are clearer than the map of Finaus. In addition, before the discovery of the Antarctic in the Antarctic, the 18th-century Frenchman Bujascher also mapped a map of Antarctica. It is worth noting that the Antarctica he painted was not composed of a piece of land, until 1958, when scientists were on the South Pole. Only after a comprehensive geological survey was known.
On the map drawn by the Turkish Haki Ahmad in 1559, almost all the coastlines of North and South America were marked, but the field surveyors we know arrived at these places, but it was two centuries later. thing. The creators of the map said that they referenced the maps preserved by the Library of Alexandria, some of which were ancient maps of the 4th century BC. References for mapping these older maps are thought to have been made based on global geographic exploration in the last Ice Age. Because it is quite clear that there is a narrow land between Alaska and Siberia, the Bering Land Bridge. Similarly, the map of Piri Rees not only depicts the east coast of the Americas, but also the Andes, which the Europeans did not know at the time, and marked the origin of the Amazon River. And the map of Piri Reis is also marked with a large island located on the east side of South America, more than 1,000 kilometers from the east coast of Brazil in the Atlantic Ocean. Today it is a vast ocean, but the island is located right on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. Now there are two reefs on the water. The explanation can only be among the many sources of maps, some of which come from the end. An ice age, because the sea level at that time was much lower than it is now, and it may have been 15,000 years old. Some of the letters written by Perry Rees in the past told us that he only collected the information from a large number of original maps and made it into a famous map. Similarly, the map of Orientius Finaus is also in accordance with A few earlier original maps were drawn. Pirie Rice used to interpret the geographical data of different periods when drawing maps, and the time span is very large.
Occurred in ancient surveys
In “Shan Hai Jing·Overseas East Sutra”, it is said that it is the land of the Heavenly Emperor’s life. From the East Pole to the West Pole, there are a total of 500,900,800 steps, and the right hand is counted. Qiubei. Is this to illustrate the earth survey that took place in ancient times? After studying the ancient maps, the American scholar Haupgood said that these maps need to have a very high level of mathematical knowledge. Some of them seem to use the Mercator projection method still in use today, that is, isometric Positive cylindrical projection. The principle is that a cylinder is cut into the earth’s equator and the latitude and longitude lines of the earth are converted to the cylindrical surface by mathematical trigonometric transformation. This type of projection involves the expansion of latitude and is very complicated. For the map of Fenauus, it is considered to be similar to the modern “heart-shaped projection method” technique, and the older map he refers to is drawn according to several different projection methods. The map of Piri Reis looks very inaccurate, and the Americas above are very strange and long. But after conversion, the mapping experts in the United States copied the map onto a modern globe. The content of the map was absolutely accurate. When it was reflected on the graph, the result was the same as the Isometric map centered around Cairo by the US Air Force. What is even more remarkable is the photograph of the Earth taken by the Apollo 8 spacecraft, which is very similar to this map, especially the unique shape of the North and South America. The reason is that the earth is spherical. The farther away from the center point, the farther the earth is, the more distorted the vision is, so that South America will have a large longitudinal distortion, which is reflected on the map of Piri Reis. Consistent, it can be seen that the source of the map of Piri Reis is taken from a high altitude. On the seventh block of the clay book board found in Mount Cookji in the 20th century, it was described that someone was brought to the sky by the “eagle” to see the earth. In the eyes, as the height of observation changed, the earth changed from mountains and gardens. The porridge paste, the ocean turned into a sink from the lake and the pool. This is a visual experience that is only available at very high altitudes. Is this a record of ancient humans observing the earth at high altitude?
Throughout the maps of Piri Reis, Finaus, Mercator and Buyasjo, it can be seen that from the 13000 BC to 4000 BC for several thousand years, Antarctica and other places may have been repeatedly surveyed. The information used by Buyasjo may have originated around 13,000 BC, because the entire Antarctic continent was not covered by ice, so its map could reveal the real situation in Antarctica. The map of Fenauus shows that the inland part of Antarctica has been covered by ice, and the data time is obviously after the information of Buyas. On the maps of Piri Reis and Mercator, only the marginal part of the coast of Antarctica is not covered by ice, and the reference data reflects the situation at around 4,000 BC at the latest.
All kinds of evidence shows that before the dawn of human civilization, a highly developed mysterious civilization that can map the Antarctic and the American continent, which has not been known until now, appeared on Earth around 13000 BC and made the whole earth. Through exploration mapping, its technology has reached a fairly high level. The earliest maps were also produced by such a mysterious civilization, and their precise data can last for at least 10,000 years, and later passed down from generation to generation by different nations on earth. It may be incomeed from ancient books such as Shan Hai Jing, leaving many mysteries. Similarly, some ancient maps were later collected in the Alexandria Library in Egypt and became a template for posterity. So before we found the unknown continent, we already knew their mountains and rivers. For example, before the 18th century Cook searched for the southern continent, many scholars in the Greek and Roman eras believed that there was an unknown southern continent in the south of the earth. Its understanding comes from older sources. This can be said to be a kind of information transmitted to us by a civilization that is not known, and “Shan Hai Jing” and ancient maps are the carriers of its performance.