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Originally posted by Johnze
Nice thread mate, its odd, a lot of the design in housing and even standing stones is similar to those in sites in Orkney. Sorta see an obvious trend, anyway dunno if you know about this legend, but its a good read and ties in with what your sayin, maybe.
Originally posted by jjf3rd77
Hey I found your next post I guess. Ok I will read it this weekend!!! And see if it makes sense to me. It looks good from what I scanned lolz. I'll write a better response later.
Originally posted by randyvs
Over load, to much to try and take in one sitting. Not quite half way there. But I'll get it all down. Mind boggling Slay. Snf Try to find something to dispute with you later.
Garsh I love this subject.
Originally posted by dreamingawake
Great detail and comparison, so much to look into and great how it wraps up too! Close to how I view it all, we just don't know but every day we find a little more insight on what the missing link might be.
Had to compliment, no gotta go back to reading.
Originally posted by sugarcookie1
Excellent thread Slayer..I can see you put alot of time into this i enjoyed every minute of reading your thread and looking at all the pictures i think this is your best thread ever.. thank you..S&F peace,sugarcookie1
Originally posted by sir_slide
reply to post by SLAYER69
Thanks for the read slayer, this is definitely my thread of the week. Nice work!
Will have to have a better read of it before I offer anything constructive......Cheers mate
When discussing the Ancient Jomon many have their opinions [Usually Based on modern day nationalistic values] as to their source of origin. Below is a map showing how the Chinese view their possible migration. I'll point out that In My Opinion the Chinese are demonstrating their usual "Chinese version of events" If you'll notice how they attempt to show their migration to Japan that completely bypasses mainland China?
That over simplistic [Nationalistic Chinese] view of events seems ridiculous to me. During the period in question there were no national boundaries. No artificial lines drawn on maps. This is a period in time way before even ancient China existed. It seems to me that if there were an ancient group of fairly sophisticated builders that they would have migrated as they saw fit. Following along rivers to the oceans and hunting along animal migration routes etc. I suspect they took a route through what is modern day Vietnam/Laos out to the now submerged area in South East Asia.