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  • Author:
    Henriette Mertz
  • ISBN:
    0345239644
  • ISBN13:
    978-0345239648
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    Ballantine Books (January 1975)
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Point-by-point, Henriette Mertz builds the case that the Chinese were travelers, sojourners in America.

Point-by-point, Henriette Mertz builds the case that the Chinese were travelers, sojourners in America. 4000 years ago. Then in 500 AD, a missionary (or group of missionaries led by) Hwui Shan embarked on a mission trip all along the Pacific, inspiring the legends of the Mayas and Aztecs.

Mertz' premise that two ancient Chinese texts describe ancient explorations of Americas is sound, and she makes a good case. The book is, for the most part, and enjoyable read, though the last quarter of it or so seemed to drag a bit compared to the earlier sections.

1974: Gods from the Far East: How the Chinese Discovered America

1974: Gods from the Far East: How the Chinese Discovered America. Seattle, Washington: Ballantine Books, ISBN 0-345-23964-4. 1964: The Wine Dark Sea: Homer's Heroic Epic of the North Atlantic, ASIN: B0006CHG68. Henriette Mertz in her book Pale Ink, about two Chinese voyages to the Americas, mentions the Milk River inscriptions by name, and claims that they are Chinese glyphs made by one of the exploration parties. The book "Fu-Sang," traditionally said to have been written in 499 . is said to mean "Fir Tree" when translated from Chinese. Asks Mertz, Did the ancient Chinese know British Columbia as the land of the fir tree?"

Henriette Mertz in her book "Pale Ink", about two Chinese voyages to the Americas, mentions the Milk River inscriptions by name, and claims that . 1974 - "Gods from the Far East: How the Chinese Discovered America".

Henriette Mertz in her book "Pale Ink", about two Chinese voyages to the Americas, mentions the Milk River inscriptions by name, and claims that they are Chinese glyphs made by one of the exploration parties. Asks Mertz, Did the ancient Chinese know British Columbia as the land of the fir tree?"] Atlantis. 1972 - "Pale Ink: Two Ancient Records of Chinese Exploration in America".

The images and text cited are taken from the book of S. Petrides).

The map points out the island of the Sirens, the exact point on the American coastline that harbored the sea monsters Scylla and Charybdis, and the actual sea route Ulysses took to get back to Ithaca (assisted all the way by the powerful and swift current of the Gulf Stream). The study of Siegfried Petrides in 1994, Odyssey – a Naval Epic of the Greeks in America, came to strengthen Mertz’s findings and proposals. The images and text cited are taken from the book of S.

It says 8 Goths, which are people from the southern Baltic region of northern Europe. And 22 Normen on this acquisition business far to the west of Vinland. Vinland is that place that's talked about in the Viking sagas and it's believed to be the northeast coast of what is now the United States. Well, Minnesota would be far to the west of that location. Then it says we had camp near 2 shelters, one day's journey north from this stone. Then on line 6, it says We were fishing one day.

Published 1972 by Ballantine Books in New York.

Gods from the Far East. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Gods from the Far East from your list? Gods from the Far East. how the Chinese discovered America. Published 1972 by Ballantine Books in New York.

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Did the chinese land on this continent nearly 4,000 years before Columbus