Old World Connections – Across Asian Continent

Maps of the Ancient World of Asia  – BCE 2500 to 500 – These maps tell a story of International Communication, Commerce, Travel and Exchange. MIDEAST ANCIENT TRADE MAP – 2500 BCE FAR ASIAN MARITIME TRADE ROUTES – 2000-1000 BCE ANCIENT SILK ROAD TRADE ROUTES CONNECTED JAPAN, CHINA,  MIDEAST ANCIENT ASIAN TRADE ROUTES OF MEDO-PERSIAN EMPIRE – 1000 BCE CHART OF ANCIENT JEWISH COMMUNITIES INEASTERN ASIA– 1000 BCE … Continue reading

Chinese Character for Sun – Creator God from Egypt?

Is the Chinese character “SUN” actually originating from Egypt? In Egypt, the symbol appears in ancient heiroglyphics – Ra = God of the SUN   In Chinese Bible, the same character, “Tai”  is used for The Creator God Ancient Chinese Bamboo Scripts – 4 BCE       In Japan, the God of Ise Shrine (The Shrine of the Japanese Emperor), is Tai-ichi (the Great One). It is the same symbol as used in Egypt and China.  In Hittite Kingdom – Anatolian Museum – Sun Disks Image from Great Synagogue,Jerusalem,Israel   A few of the many Bible references to God as The SUN: Ps.72:17; Ps. 84:11; Ps. 89:36; Ps. 148:3; … Continue reading

Nintoku Tomb in Japan

Tomb of Nintoku – World’s Largest Tomb Location:Osaka,Japan Emperor Nintoku  reigned from 313–399 C.E, as the 16th emperor – according to Japanese Empirical Records.. The tomb is called a Keyhole Tomb – however, this is a misnomer. Tumbler keys, as used in such a shaped hole, were not invented for another 800 to 1000 years after this tomb was built. (There are many such tombs inJapan. Nintoku is the largest.)   Where, then, did the unusual shape come from?   Comparison of Nintoku Tomb and Pot of Manna – a Sacred treasure of ancient Israel According to the Bible, the Pot of Manna is in the Lost Ark of the … Continue reading

Japanese and Hebrew Connection?

Is Japanese Katakana of Hebrew Origin?  Katakana is form of writing that is only used in Japan. It is thought to be indigenous to Japan. It is a phonetic script that is used to sound out words, mainly words adapted from foreign languages. Recent research, documented in a 2012 NHK TV report, has discovered that katakana appeared much earlier in Japanese writings than originally thought. Japanese Linguists are unsure of the origins of katakana. Hebrew scholars have been quite surprised to find out that as many as 300 katakana characters and many Japanese expressions, used in the daily conversation in Japan, have a possible Hebrew connection. Chart of Hebrew and … Continue reading