China Mummies: TaklaMakan = Cherchen = ÜRÜMCHI = Tocharians
4/14/02 10:12:28 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Did you need to re-kindle a controversial subject? Here's today's
Who were they? Those mummies with red hair and green eyes go by
I'm begging for more spirit information after reading this next story.
Maybe you've read all this info before, but you probably didn't see all
these links before. Any comments? Keep in mind none of this is
normally discussed by the so-called archeology experts...
Archaeological Cover-ups -- A Plot to Control History?
Firstly, save this next link. You'll appreciate all the photos of
Tocharians with red hair and green eyes.
MARCH OF THE TITANS - A HISTORY OF THE WHITE RACE
CHAPTER 6 : TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH - LOST WHITE MIGRATIONS
Let me REPEAT: That above link is a KEEPER!
Helpful! Description of Tocharian writing:
Better yet! Tocharian writing showing each syllable:
Let me REPEAT: March of the Titans is a KEEPER!
This is the normal link about TaklaMakan everyone uses:
I haven't translated this German link, but it's relevant:
POPULAR BOOK! Tribal Bible. shows lots of old tattoos; some from
"TaklaMakan" in the Uighur Turkish means:
"you go in, but don't come out"
The Cherchen Mummies [A.K.A. TaklaMakan mummies]:
Go to the middle to read about TaklaMakan:
Ancient Chinese Archaeology and Artifacts
Hebrew journal shows Cherchen mummies too:
TRANSCRIPT: Tartan Mummies of Ürumchi
EDITOR: CAPTAIN KENNEWICK
A clay model of the head of Kennewick Man, based on a 9,200-year-old skull found in July 1996 in a park along the Columbia River in south-central Washington, is shown at Columbia Basin College, in Richland, Wash. The U.S. Department of the Interior will release results, Thursday, Jan. 13, 1999 of radiocarbon-dating on Kennewick Man, along with its decision on whether to classify the human remains as Native American under federal law. Whatever the government's conclusions, the results are likely to be disputed in this contentious case involving one of the oldest and most complete skeletons found in North America.