America Asian Connection 6

  1. India’s connection to Americas

    Baffling Links to Ancient India: History is full of misnomers; one such term is the New World, as applied to the Americas. The landing of Columbus in 1492 undoubtedly created a new life on the continents, but it neither created nor discovered a new world. Many centuries ago Asian migrants had come to the western shore in substantial numbers.
    What if the popular idea that Tibetans and American Indians have much in common in terms of their spiritual culture is largely a result of another historical scenario?

    What if Hindus and Hopis, Advantins and Aztecs, Tibetan Monks and Mayans were part of one world culture – a spiritual one?

    Baron Alexander von Humbolt (1769-1859), an eminent European scholar and anthropologist, was one of the first to postulate the Asiatic origin of the Indian civilizations of the Americas.

    Dr. Robert Heine Geldern anthropologist, has written that: “Those who believe the ancient peoples of Asia were incapable of crossing the ocean have completely lost sight of what the literary sources tell us concerning their ships and their navigation. Many of the peoples of Southeastern Asia had adopted Indian Hindu-Buddhist civilizations. The influences of the Hindu-Buddhist culture of southeast Asia in Mexico and particularly, among the Maya, are incredibly strong, and they have already disturbed some Americanists who don’t like to see them but cannot deny them.” “Ships that could cross the Indian Ocean were able to cross the Pacific too. Moreover, these ships were really larger and probably more sea-worthy than those of Columbus and Magellan.”

    Swami B. V. Tripurari asks, “What mysterious psychological law would have caused Asians, and Americans to both use the umbrella as a sign of royalty, to invent the same games, imagine similar cosmologies, and attribute the same colors to the different directions?”

    http://www.atributetohinduism.com/Pacific.htm

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    Hindu scholars have always claimed that in remotest times, their
    ancestors visited every part of the globe, mapping it accurately, and
    mining gold and copper in such places as Michigan, Colorado, Arizona,
    England, Ireland, Peru, and Bolivia. Known to us as “Indo-Europeans,”
    they lost their grip on the world in about 1500 BC., retreating to
    what are now Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Northern India. However, they
    continued to visit the Americas in their large teakwood ships, many of

    them 250 feet long and five- to six- masted, until about 1200 A.D.
    After that, the sectarian fanaticism and territorialism of their
    rel-gious leaders, rebellions among their conquered subjects, constant

    internecine rivalries, and troubles with Moslem invaders forced them
    into isolation.
    No Westerner naively accepts India’s claims of having once
    dominated the world. Right? Well, some of us do.
    In an essay entitled On Egypt from the Ancient Book of the Hindus
    (Asiatic Researchers Vol. III, 1792), British Lt. Colonel Francis
    Wilford gave abundant evidence proving that ancient Indians colonized
    and settled in Egypt. The British explorer John Hanning Speke, who in
    1862 discovered the source of the Nile in Lake Victoria, acknowledged
    that the Egyptians themselves didn’t have the slightest knowledge of
    where the Nile’s source was. However, Lt. Colonel Wilford’s
    description of the Hindu’s intimate acquaintance with ancient Egypt
    led Speke to Ripon Falls, at the edge of Lake Victoria.
    “Isvar was the only g-d in India, the whole of Asia, the southern
    parts of Russia, Mediterranean countries, Egypt, Greece, the whole of
    Europe, the human inhabited places of both Americas – and also in
    England and Ireland.
    In all these lands, Isvar was the reli-ion with slight variations
    in the pronunciation of the word Isvar – . The Isvar re-igion is the
    mother of all rel-gions in the world, including Chri-tianity and
    Islam.” (Remedy the Frauds in Hinduism, by Kuttikhat Purushothama
    Chon; p. 36.)
    While the languages our forefathers spoke thousands of years ago
    would be completely unrecognizable to us now, the names of their
    deities (those that survived to this modern age) may be immediately
    recognizable to their respective modern adherents, such as the
    Chri-tians, J-ws, Moslems, Jains, Buddhists, and Hindus. Names of
    deities tend not to change.

    Hindu scholars have always claimed that in remotest times, their
    ancestors visited every part of the globe, mapping it accurately, and
    mining gold and copper in such places as Michigan, Colorado, Arizona,
    England, Ireland, Peru, and Bolivia. Known to us as “Indo-Europeans,”
    they lost their grip on the world in about 1500 BC., retreating to
    what are now Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Northern India. However, they
    continued to visit the Americas in their large teakwood ships, many of

    them 250 feet long and five- to six- masted, until about 1200 A.D.
    After that, the sectarian fanaticism and territorialism of their
    rel-gious leaders, rebellions among their conquered subjects, constant

    internecine rivalries, and troubles with Moslem invaders forced them
    into isolation.
    No Westerner naively accepts India’s claims of having once
    dominated the world. Right? Well, some of us do.
    In an essay entitled On Egypt from the Ancient Book of the Hindus
    (Asiatic Researchers Vol. III, 1792), British Lt. Colonel Francis
    Wilford gave abundant evidence proving that ancient Indians colonized
    and settled in Egypt. The British explorer John Hanning Speke, who in
    1862 discovered the source of the Nile in Lake Victoria, acknowledged
    that the Egyptians themselves didn’t have the slightest knowledge of
    where the Nile’s source was. However, Lt. Colonel Wilford’s
    description of the Hindu’s intimate acquaintance with ancient Egypt
    led Speke to Ripon Falls, at the edge of Lake Victoria.
    “Isvar was the only g-d in India, the whole of Asia, the southern
    parts of Russia, Mediterranean countries, Egypt, Greece, the whole of
    Europe, the human inhabited places of both Americas – and also in
    England and Ireland.
    In all these lands, Isvar was the reli-ion with slight variations
    in the pronunciation of the word Isvar – . The Isvar re-igion is the
    mother of all rel-gions in the world, including Chri-tianity and
    Islam.” (Remedy the Frauds in Hinduism, by Kuttikhat Purushothama
    Chon; p. 36.)
    While the languages our forefathers spoke thousands of years ago
    would be completely unrecognizable to us now, the names of their
    deities (those that survived to this modern age) may be immediately
    recognizable to their respective modern adherents, such as the
    Chri-tians, J-ws, Moslems, Jains, Buddhists, and Hindus. Names of
    deities tend not to change.

    Hindu scholars have always claimed that in remotest times, their
    ancestors visited every part of the globe, mapping it accurately, and
    mining gold and copper in such places as Michigan, Colorado, Arizona,
    England, Ireland, Peru, and Bolivia. Known to us as “Indo-Europeans,”
    they lost their grip on the world in about 1500 BC., retreating to
    what are now Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Northern India. However, they
    continued to visit the Americas in their large teakwood ships, many of

    them 250 feet long and five- to six- masted, until about 1200 A.D.
    After that, the sectarian fanaticism and territorialism of their
    rel-gious leaders, rebellions among their conquered subjects, constant

    internecine rivalries, and troubles with Moslem invaders forced them
    into isolation.
    No Westerner naively accepts India’s claims of having once
    dominated the world. Right? Well, some of us do.
    In an essay entitled On Egypt from the Ancient Book of the Hindus
    (Asiatic Researchers Vol. III, 1792), British Lt. Colonel Francis
    Wilford gave abundant evidence proving that ancient Indians colonized
    and settled in Egypt. The British explorer John Hanning Speke, who in
    1862 discovered the source of the Nile in Lake Victoria, acknowledged
    that the Egyptians themselves didn’t have the slightest knowledge of
    where the Nile’s source was. However, Lt. Colonel Wilford’s
    description of the Hindu’s intimate acquaintance with ancient Egypt
    led Speke to Ripon Falls, at the edge of Lake Victoria.
    “Isvar was the only g-d in India, the whole of Asia, the southern
    parts of Russia, Mediterranean countries, Egypt, Greece, the whole of
    Europe, the human inhabited places of both Americas – and also in
    England and Ireland.
    In all these lands, Isvar was the reli-ion with slight variations
    in the pronunciation of the word Isvar – . The Isvar re-igion is the
    mother of all rel-gions in the world, including Chri-tianity and
    Islam.” (Remedy the Frauds in Hinduism, by Kuttikhat Purushothama
    Chon; p. 36.)
    While the languages our forefathers spoke thousands of years ago
    would be completely unrecognizable to us now, the names of their
    deities (those that survived to this modern age) may be immediately
    recognizable to their respective modern adherents, such as the
    Chri-tians, J-ws, Moslems, Jains, Buddhists, and Hindus. Names of
    deities tend not to change.

    http://www.mondovista.com/baboquivari.html
    The O’Odham: Native-Americans With Ancestors From India?
    By Gene D. Matlock, BA, M.A.

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