For a good time I was anxious with the previews of Fantastico (* a Brazilian t.v show) because on that week they were going to talk about the mysterious geoglyphs of Acre (*a state in the northeast portion of Brazil) , in other words, those immense drawings engraved on the ground, made by Native pre-Columbians Indians, Pacific patterns, and can only be seen from high altitude. At the time I was writing a book about the Chinese origin of our Natives Indians and the subject was a priority in my research. When the subject was broadcasted on Sunday night it was a disappointment because aside of beautiful images had no news to my research. Until the very end, the narrator said that until now no one knew the intentions of the natives in drawing those geometric shapes (squares and circles) and it made me jump out of my chair and shout to the useless TV set that I knew the meaning of the figures and why the shape and its traces. To make sure I turned on my computer and went straight to the program site. I wanted to write my protests to announce to the world my glorious discovery. But the box restricted institutional space for a few words and did not give me access to attachments. Still I tried and as I suspected the employee on the other end did not bother to answer me.

  To understand the complexity of the figures of the geoglyphs is necessary to consider two aspects. The first is the Chinese origin of our natives, which is nothing new since the Native American Indian genes are compatible with the unique inhabitants of the east and northeast China. The puzzle to be assembled refers to when and where they interacted with the aborigines of America. For various reasons, in my book, this meeting of two cultures occurred in the fifth century of our era and there is even a report of a journey in 449 AD the Chinese monk Hui Shen who was in the land of Fusang (America?) and returned to China to tell what he saw. In the second aspect, we must consider the religion of the Native Americans because they, before the arrival of Europeans and unlike us, did not consider a single, omnipotent God and believed in the transmigration of souls and the worship of ancestors, as the Chinese .Moreover, our Indians had remnant of Taoism as we shall see.

  In Taoism the separation of souls occurs after death. Prayers to the belief that everyone has two souls: the Huem which is the individual soul of each one and Shem the universal consciousness. When a person dies, the Huem separates and goes to the universal platform of the destination and floats waiting for new reincarnation. While awaiting, our Native Indians believed that in this kind of transmigration the souls of the dead could wander off or be incorporated into an animal. And so as the Chinese, the Native Indians worshiped the mountain as the pillars of heaven and the place closest to it to deposit their offerings to the souls of their ancestors. Even today in China they make excursions to the mountains for this purpose and also burn paper objects (TVs, cars, money, etc..), To send them to heaven with the smoke and then to be enjoyed up there by their dead relatives. Further enhancing the idea of the spread of Taoism among Native Americans, these partially practiced, or not the dualism - one God for good and another for evil - The shamanism, The respect for caste, the cremation of corpses and some tribes that buried their dead, the custom of placing personal belongings (lithic) next to the dead for their use in eternity, and finally believed in multiple gods, one for each function. These are old Chinese and Hindu practices brought to the New World with The Taoism.

  This similarity of beliefs somehow contributed to the time of arrival of the Chinese to America because The Taoism - although it existed as a philosophy of life since about 500 BC - was accepted as a religion only after the introduction of Buddhism in China in the first century of our era. And the Hindu sutras were only incorporated into Taoism translated into Chinese in the third century A.D. And this was precisely neotaoismo (with a strong Hindu religion influence) that was disseminated among our Native Indians from the next century.

  Therefore, it does not take a genius to conclude that the natives drew these figures on the ground to communicate with their ancestors. And made gigantic drawings on the ground so that from above their dead relatives have the necessary visibility and somehow take steps to help the living. Also in my book I concluded that the Nazcas' spirals were to ask for water, since they lived in a desert and arid environment. As a mathematician I was surprised to see the sophistication of the spirals produced by them, It was not as simple as a string wrapped in that way, but a complex spiral, drawn with double lines, forming two distinct sides, one inside and one outside of the spiral. How did the Nazcas learned this? It was not very difficult to solve the puzzle by examining the access pit of Cantalloc aqueduct conduit through a spiral slope. It was just copy its limites respecting the two edges from the water and understand that this kind of spiral meant for Nazcas a request for rain. (This aqueduct was dug under the desert soil and water sources came from the eastern hills). For the same reason, they drew geoglyphs associated with the themes such as fish, whales and aquatic plants. Also found in ceremonial locations (such as mountain tops) remains of pottery for water, shells and stones rolled from rivers.

  New clues of Chinese origin of the Andean Indians are in character "sang" (tree) drawn in the mountains of the Paracas, geoglyph wrongly dubbed the chandelier, also the Chinese character shan (mountain), trident-shaped, made at the summit of the mountains in size so huge that some were only discovered with the advent of satellite photography. The most significant was found between southern Nevada, and California Gulf, more precisely in the desert of Blythe. A shan so perfect in Kaishu style, marked by Native Indians who lived along the Colorado River. The latter is in my book with the corresponding coordinates and it is my final and incontestable proof of the Chinese presence that changed the customs of American Indians. In 2009 when my book was finally ready, I sent it to teachers, anthropologists, paleontologists whose addresses I got. The vast majority did not even bother to acknowledge receiving it. I think those who read, struggled to admit our theory that the Chinese have made great inroads to America in the fifth century of our era. They hold to the old theory that mongolism of American Indian arose as a result of the passage of Asians across the Bering Strait proven not have happened because at that time (about 10,000 years ago) American continental paths were blocked by glacial melt. Moreover, the older first human fossils (Lucy man Kennewick, Lund bones, etc.). Are not Mongolian! This intervention took place centuries later, in consequence of the development of Chinese shipping, necessary to be able to cross the Pacific with large masses of people.

  In Brazil, were found geoglyphs even in the region of Mafra, northern Santa Catarina ( *City and State) and in northern border of Paraná State. These authenticate the called Peabiru Path, a road linking The Pacific Andean Stops with the East coast of the Atlantic Ocean in Brazil, going through Parana, Santa Catarina and São Paulo ( * States). Shallow ditches were constructed in the middle of the vegetation. Finally, there are also the Acre State geoglyphs that we began the subject. Also plotted in shallow trenches in the shape of circles and squares in arable land. Why? For the Chinese, the circle signifies the heaven and the earth square. The sky was celebrated by the Chinese who fashioned a round jade ceremonial ornament called pi. Another squared ornament called ts'ung was made to honor the spirits of the earth. In 1950 when the mummy of King Pacal was discovered in the heart of his Mayan pyramid was found that among other pieces, he held in one hand a globe and in the other, a square, all made of jade. Therefore, the shape of the Acreans geoglyphs refer to bowing to the gods of heaven and earth. Indeed, the cult of jade was also shared by the Chinese and the American Indians. One example is the muiraquitãs jade found throughout Central America, the Amazon and Araguaia late novel. In the first case the muiraquitãs (The Muiraquitã, a carved green frog-shaped stone, was used as an amulet by the Tapajós women to prevent disease and avoid infertility) were used to ask for rain in the Amazon - as they had plenty of water - this intention changed for fertility and in the novel, the boy wore the muiraquitã amulet as a charm against sorcery. And as the geoglyphs of the south, so are the ones in Acre are associated with the path that linked the today Peru to Parine near the equator.

  Our (terrible) revenge is in the evidence that great mysteries related to Native American Indians are not going to be resolved without considering this intervention in mass of the Chinese on the american aborigines. Since the meaning of the geoglyphs, the taoítas remnants in the uses and customs of our Indians, the formation of the black earth of the Indians in the Amazon, the common worship of the jade, the muiraquitãs, fine pieces of Marajoaras ceramic , taoties of American and Chinese taoties and so on.

  It may take time , but one day the scientific community will have to consider the Chinese gene intervention on the American Indians. If not, how to solve these and other mysteries of the past anthropological America?


  Figures Nazcas: the double spirals (with two parts, inside and out), the shan in the hummingbird and the aquatic plant.

 The shan (mountain) in the desert is the definitive proof of genetic intervention from the Chinese on the Native American Indians. The Kaishu style (distinct style of writing the Chinese character, practiced mainly in the south of Yangtze River in China and in the fifth century AD) reinforces the temporal data of the coming of Chinese to America.



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