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Pale Ink #2020

Pale Ink Four thousand years is a long time to wait One of the stories recounted here for the very first time has waited that long the second story has waited fifteen hundred years Both stories written in C

  • Title: Pale Ink
  • Author: Henriette Mertz
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Pale Ink By Henriette Mertz, Four thousand years is a long time to wait One of the stories, recounted here for the very first time, has waited that long the second story has waited fifteen hundred years Both stories, written in China and appearing here in English translation, were written at an early date and both have been carefully preserved in the Chinese archives from that day to this both stillFour thousand years is a long time to wait One of the stories, recounted here for the very first time, has waited that long the second story has waited fifteen hundred years Both stories, written in China and appearing here in English translation, were written at an early date and both have been carefully preserved in the Chinese archives from that day to this both still exist This writing hopes to show that the context of both documents is true The earliest one has been assumed to be mythological and the later one, false The reason for the assumption is that we have never understood them The ever present puzzle of the earliest of Chinese expeditions to America, has been a problem that we have not as yet solved The two stories, given here, cannot be presumed to be the very first actual journeys that took place but they are, in my opinion, rather the first geographical descriptions so recorded and the record preserved Other migrations undoubtedly took place thousands of years earlier but we do not know when The writer is deeply conscious of the fact that many errors may occur on the following pages In various instances throughout the translations, two or three nearby mountain peaks might well have fulfilled the requirements set forth in the Classics the wrong peak may have been chosen Exploratory matter is always imperfect if one waited until perfection were reached, little would be accomplished In bringing to light the truth of that which has been written in both ancient documents, the field of archeology has been freely drawn upon for corroborative evidence and it has produced many of the answers Geography has furnished the remainder There is no intent here to uncover any unknown archeological matter

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    1. Henriette Mertz was a cryptologist during WWII and later a patent lawyer who published a series of daring and controversial books on diffusionist history Pale Ink was her Chinese book, published in 1953 One of the narratives studied in it is the classic source for early Chinese knowledge of America It comprises an Afghan Buddhist monk s account of his travels with other monks to Mexico and the American Southwest sometime before 500 CE Hwui Shan s adventures were officially received by the Chines [...]

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