Sanngdui finds reflect similarities of Chinese, Maya cultures: Mecan archaeologist
Discoveries at the legendary Sanngdui ruins in southwest China show that the region's ancient Shu state civilization shared similarities with the Maya, says a Mecan archaeologist
yes indeed i stressed before this semilaritis ; the world was then and now a village
Fascinated, did the 2 civilizations meet and exchange?
It's long been known that there was migration from Asia across the Pacific.
In the Norwegian myth, there is Yggdrasil, the world (universe) tree. In our myth, there are 3 worlds fields and Yggdrasil grows in the center.
Yes, our forefathers made friends with higher beings from the other ges a long long time ago.
We are all one same human. We do similar things.
who said they did not know each other , we are not sure ;are u
these are Anunnaki relics found by ancient human cultures and rediscovered today. the Anunnaki created us and were truly our global masters
So do you really believe in every word Setchin said?
Fernando Peña Rodríguez
So we Mecans are related to Chinese?
The ‘tree of life’ is a reoccurring archetype in Maya re gion’s Yaxche, India’s Kalpavrishka, the Norse Yggdrasil, etc - the tree is ancient wisdom that symbolizes our ability to ascend to a higher pn of estence and access the fruits of the sacrifices we’ve made. The tree connects the earth to underworld and the heavens.
In my view, its more like the theory of everything. The forces in universe and how they effect are present in different spaces rooms. People living by the sea, has always known the moon is connected to ebb and tide. Sitting by a bonfire, everyone can see the colours and hear the sound when the wood transform into ash and soot.
funny, no civilization was able to provide as much refined mindblowing artifacts as china. must be a dream job to have as archaelogist in China.
the most you could find about Maya was just some random text or drawings and some stone dolls.....but not these highly sophisticated metal artifacts
there are highly sophisticated metal artifacts in maya check it pls , i am african
@svltana chouaf i did, and it cant even rival the sanngdui artifacts. curious about the radiocarbon testing
The Mayans built pyramids and had an advanced civilization.
@LeStickChick well, china has great wall that cover over 10000km.,,,,,,, and numerous tombs buried deep remains to be explored.
The most you could find about maya was just some random text and stone dolls?
The Maya have 4,000 cities that still have standing temples and buildings across the Americas. They left wall reliefs and possessed a writing sy em. There isn’t a single standing structure built by shanndui. The Maya produced codexes and detailed records, we know the stories of their gods and great kings - of which the shanndui left us nothing because they had yet to develop written language. These cultures are not very similar, but your attempt to minimize the magnitude of the Maya civilization is incredibly misleading.
@Ed im not trying to minimize nth but just stating my observation on the complety of the artifacts. the sanngdui exploration is far from being completed, they are only 0.2% finished at this point, and they already discovered a half gold mask........simply mind-blowing stuff. The language sy em will emerge as they keep exploring.
@Dasd Da The comment on literacy isn’t an insult, it’s a conclusion from the findings. If they used writing, archaeologists probably would have found a word in the last 35 years of excavations. Documents from other kingdoms that knew of the Shu civilization and allied with them in war indicated they did not use writing.
@Ed that guy is a troll, maya is also very advanced civilization
@Ed like i said, the whole exploration site only completed 0.2%. you cant conclude nth.
@Dasd Da why the need to compare which is better...? Can't we just appreciate archaeology for what it is - to learn about humanity in the past as a whole? To my knowledge no written text has been discovered as of now in Sanngdui. These gold masks and bronze objects are fascinating and intricate and all, but just like the chief archaeologist of the latest Sanngdui excavation said, he would be exhilarated if they could dig up any signs of writing, as it is much more valuable.