Charlotte Harris Rees – A Real Life Da Vinci Code

by on February 24, 2012      

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Charlotte Harris Rees

Charlotte Harris Rees

In her first appearance on the show, revisionist historian and author Charlotte Harris Rees showed us that the “new world” may be older than we thought. Now she’s back to share exciting new research from her latest book, Chinese Sailed to America Before Columbus, the sequel to Secret Maps of the Ancient World. In this segment, Charlotte Harris Rees guides us deeper into the map collection of Dr. Hendon M. Harris, Jr., tracing them back to a Chinese world map from 2000 BC depicting the continent we now know as North America. We discuss the implications these maps (known as Ch’onhado, or “map of all under heaven”) hold for currently accepted world history in the West and explore the “bombshells” that support their authenticity – leaving us to wonder what else China discovered first.

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1 Sunsky February 24, 2012 at 3:38 am

The Origin of South American deity Viracocha,

01-South American Deity Viracocha as depicted on Gate of the Sun
02-One of earliest form of Viracocha, distinguished as a fanged deity with twin serpents
03-A fanged deity found in a Zhou dynasty tomb identified as relic belong to a earlier Neolithic culture called Shijiahe culture
04-A fanged deity from Shijiahe culture
05-a human-like deity mounted on a beast, also found in the Shijiahe culture
06-The main deity of Liangzhu culture, identified as the precursor to later Taotie motif found on typical Shang-Zhou period bronze ritual vessels
Like human-like Shijiahe deity, the Liangzhu deity also is mounted on a beast which later become the Taotie motif
08-Taotie motif on Shang bronze ritual vessel, where the human-like figure of Liangzhu phase is removed, leaving only the beast, Taotie always appear on ritual vessels, functioned as medium for communication with Heaven. Yet, according to certain interpretation, Taotie is actually changed form of Chi You, which was used to warn people about greed, it is relevant to mention that it seems human sacrifice culture suddenly arose during Shang period, and last Shang king, according to Chinese folklore was tyrannical ruler whose Queen was possessed by evil spirit, Shang dynasty was overthrown by the Zhou (around 11th century BC), whose founding kings were able to defeat the Shang because they got the help from “immortals” who possess supernatural powers. And a group of Shang elites (as many as 500,000) vanished in Chinese history because they “went to the sea”; this led some scholars to speculate that these Shang elites ended up in Mexico. The Zhou on the other hand introduced what would later be called Confucianism to replace the Shang cultural norm which was much focused on “supernaturals”.
09-The human-like LiangZhu deity are found on many Liangzhu jade relics
10-LiangZhu jade piece depicting only the fanged beast which is mounted by the human-like deity
11-A ‘spring-autumn – warring states period bronze piece with a deity with the twin serpents
12-A deity with twin serpents, origin unknown (China)
13-Deity with twin serpents again, origin unknown
14-A human-like deity mounted on a beast, which resembles the ones from both Liangzhu and Shijiahe cultures of Southern China can also be found in the Northern Neolithic Hongshan culture
15-Human-like deity type 1 from Hongshan culture
16-Human-like deity type 2 from Hongshan culture
17-Along type 1 and type 2 deity, there is also the non-human-like Hongshan ‘bull deity’, which like human-like types, is also mounted on a beast (my take is this bull headed Hongshan deity is the original form of Chi You)
18-Neolithic cultures in China, I-Hongshan culture, V-Liangzhu culture, and Shijiahe culture would be around the area between V and IV
19-Hmong people still consider Chi You to be their ancestor

Certain link exists between South American deity Viracocha and the predominant ancient Chinese deities.

The conclusion thus far is

-Based on the evolution of its appearance, which seems to correlate with the academically given ages of these cultures, it seems Viracocha is ‘derived’ from the fanged deity of Shijiahe culture which was derived from the ‘beast’ that the human-like deity is mounted on, it seems the original fanged form of Viracocha was further ‘evolved form’ of fanged deity of Shijiahe.

The separation of the human-like deity with his beast had already happened during the earlier Liangzhu period, as the beast was already independently depicted.

It seems the human-like Liangzhu deity was also little ‘evolved’ from yet earlier forms since his eyes and mouth are rather ‘exaggerated’.

The Hongshan human-like deities on the other hand, given both they have obvious cultural connections to Liangzhu one, and they are actually more ‘human-like’, it seems they are, not only the ‘precursor’ to Liangzhu deity, but they appear to be the actual portrait of these ‘gods’, therefore they are the ‘original form’ of South American deity known as Viracocha.

-South American deity Viracocha, and the deities of Shijiahe, Liangzhu and Hongshan cultures, and later Taotie motif of Shang period are essentially the same ‘god’ or group of ‘gods’.

If such connection is established, it certainly could explain some ‘intriguing’ details like this,

In the movie “National Treasure: Book of Secrets”, Emily Appleton found some characters in the city of gold, she says “This is gonna unlock the Olmec language. It’s gonna give us incredible insight into Pre-Columbian history!”
The first three characters are Olmec, but the rest are Chinese

-It is worth to note, the Hongshan culture was the culture where Daoism and the coiled/circular dragons originated, and these cultural traits are shared with the Mayans

Mayan Tzolkin
Chinese I Ching

Hongshan serpentine figure
Mayan serpentine figure

Coiled dragon, typical of Hongshan culture
The earliest known representation of a feathered serpent in Mesoamerica has also a coiled serpent

According to South American tradition, after civilizing the continent Viracocha left South America by flying across the pacific. The above presented relics demonstrated that the origin of Viracocha can be traced back to ancient China which is indeed across the pacific.

My way of saying thank you to both of the ladies as real truth seeker


2 Robin Datta February 25, 2012 at 6:32 am

Gene mapping and Full genome sequencing start with the Polymerase chain reaction.

It leads to interesting insights when combined with extensive field work: The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey, which indicates that the populations of the New World probably derived from inhabitants of the Siberian region, possibly ancestors of the present-day nomadic Chucki, and passed through a bottleneck of as few as a dozen individuals  surviving the crossing of the Bering Land Bridge. 

The accuracy of Radiocarbon dating depends on many things, not the least of which is the reliability of the sample itself. If a wooly mammoth hide from the last Ice Age were to be tanned today, the modern tannins and other chemical compounds of recent origin would skew the results. Likewise, the use of preservatives or other recent contaminants can alter the results of radiocarbon dating of documents or other such ancient artifacts.


3 Joachim March 29, 2012 at 2:56 am

Like Albert Einstein said “Always seek truth before comfort”


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