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Crystal Sage



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PostSubject: History... The Silk Road    Sat 14 Oct 2017, 10:23 pm

Just spent hours today on another interest of mine.. exploring some of the ancient links and histories behind how far back in time trade.. along the Silk Road went to connect all the nations of the world. Whether it actually went as far as America . How old civilizations really are. How the discovery of Gobleki Tepe as being pre ice age.. over 12,000 years old, is rewriting history and altering perceptions of our reality. It also leads to questioning who actually is in charge of world wide history. I noticed that in all countries history seems to have a deadline of civilizations of mankind only going back 5000 years and back then everyone was Neanderthals.. cave people with flint tools and flint tipped arrows.. who despite their lack of artistry as shown on cave paintings.. were able to build amazing architectural feats with these flint tools and the aid of sun and water... https://www.thoughtco.com/sogdiana-ancient-silk-road-trading-state-3954776
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Are our world's histories shaped to fit in with the bible and the creationists? Darwinian parameters? ( I don't know how to work those linkages.. or how to use them to post pictures.. Cool )
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PostSubject: Re: History... The Silk Road    Sat 14 Oct 2017, 10:28 pm

Very Happy Wink It seems it did ... http://mongolschinaandthesilkroad.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/ancient-bronze-artifacts-in-alaska.html
Ancient Bronze Artifacts in Alaska Reveals Trade with Asia Before Columbus Arrival An incredible archaeological discovery in Alaska provided evidence that trade was occurring between Asia and the New World centuries before Christopher Columbus landed in the Americas in 1492. Researchers uncovered two bronze artifacts in a 1,000-year-old house in Alaska, which were manufactured in China, Korea, or Yakutia. Live Science reports that the discovery was made at the "Rising Whale" site at Cape Espenberg, which lies on the Arctic Circle at the terminus of a 30 km long mainland attached beach ridge plain at the northern limit of Seward Peninsula, in western Alaska. “Cape Espenberg has had an unbroken stream of cultural continuity for at least 1,000 years, the time when the Thule people and their descendants occupied the coast and adjacent interior regions of northwestern Alaska” report Darwent et al. (2013) in their paper ‘1000 Years of House Change at Cape Espenberg, Alaska’. wrote:
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PostSubject: Re: History... The Silk Road    Sat 14 Oct 2017, 10:36 pm

http://www.silkroutes.net/Images2/MaritimeSpiceRoutes.gif

http://www.silkroutes.net/SilkSpiceIncenseRoutes.htm
https://www.arcus.org/witness-the-arctic/2013/1/article/19624


Four years ago, archaeologists announced they had found evidence on the Alaska side of the Bering Strait of trade with Asia that dated back about 1,000 years. The evidence was a bronze fastener, possibly a belt buckle, that was created in eastern Asia and found at a site at Cape Espenberg in Alaska’s archaeologically rich Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. Now another newly analyzed object from the University of Colorado-led Cape Espenberg dig is providingmore evidence of prehistoric trade or contacts between the residents of Northwest Alaska and their neighbors across the Bering Strait. A flake of obsidian, a glassy volcanic rock, found at the site has been traced to Russia’s Chukotka peninsula. Obsidian, formed from molten rock that hardens too quickly to form crystals, carries the chemical fingerprint of its source. “It’s one of the things that we can very definitely say came from a specific place on the planet,” said Jeff Rasic, a National Park Service archaeologist who analyzed the artifact. “We can say that this one came from Chukotka.” Match found That is a conclusion that took some time to reach. Rasic began analyzing the flake more than a year ago and found that it did not come from any Alaska site that he knew of. But in February, when he traveled to Magadan, Russia, he visited a regional repository and found a match. The thumbnail-size flake was likely a remnant of a tool carried in and out of the Cape Espenberg site, Rasic said. wrote:
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PostSubject: Re: History... The Silk Road    Sat 14 Oct 2017, 10:59 pm

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PostSubject: Re: History... The Silk Road    Sun 15 Oct 2017, 12:19 am

https://neurosciencenews.com/iq-hyper-brain-body-7720/

http://www.newsminer.com/news/local_news/obsidian-a-bread-crumb-trail-to-the-past-for-alaska/article_ee09b44a-34ed-11e5-ba52-bf1b4bc0d8d0.html

“Obsidian is the finest kind of rock for these things,” he said. “They had to have been particularly valued in Alaska.” Most obsidian comes from areas in the Aleutians and western Alaska, but archaeologists have found obsidian tools all over the state. “It was traded or transported widely,” Rasic said. “You can find Alaska obsidian to the Yukon Territory to every corner of Alaska.” But Alaska obsidian has not been found in the Russian Far East, which puzzles Rasic.  “We made a very specific attempt to find Alaskan obsidian on the western side of the Bering Strait and were surprised not to find any,” he said. And despite having a database of 10,000 obsidian artifacts, Rasic is still unable to match the shard he found in Yukon-Charley to any source. “That’s kind of an interesting message,” he said. “People in the past were really ace geologists who know all these sources and where to find them and exploit them. We still haven’t found all the sources they knew about and we’re having to relearn what they knew. wrote:
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