The Alien Emperor of China

The Yellow Emperor
The Yellow Emperor
The Kunlun Mountains
The Kunlun Mountains

God or Emperor?

In Chinese mythology it is said that the Gods came from the belly of a flying Dragon.

Huang-Di [2697-2598BC] is considered, by some, to be the first Emperor of China. He was also known as “The Yellow Emperor”. Just before he was “born” there was said to be a bright light that started from the constellation Ursa Major and a large thunderclap.

Huang-Di lived in the Kunlun Mountains of Tibet but was still able to unify China. During his 100 year reign, he is said to have introduced Acupuncture for medicinal use. His wife is said to have taught the Chinese women the art of silk making. One Chinese legend says that “a women from the skies” introduced silk making.

It had been thought that the history of China started with the Shang-Dynasty [1766-1122BC], which was when historic documentation started. However, modern archeologists have now proven that Chinese writing was developed long before 2000BC.

Legend has it that Huang-Di authored a book describing 11,520 different beings that exist in the Universe, including shape shifters.

A Global Phenomena

Huang-Di is also said to have been a great inventor, one of his inventions being a tri-pod that captured energy from the stars and could store much data.

Is it more than just coincidence that many different cultures from many different parts of the world, always seem to have started their recorded histories during or soon after, supposed Alien visits? Most of these ancient cultures also believed that the Gods came from the skies in some sort of flying machine. They must have had great imaginations to conceive “machines”, let alone flying machines and for them all to of had the same imaginations is quite extraordinary or should I say ASTRONOMICAL.

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love it, peter

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Corrie Lamprecht 5 years ago from Thailand

Thanks, I traced it back as much as I could for now; failed to find any other verifyable info. Reason why I asked is that there seems to some ancient Assyrian and Chaldean writings that refer to a tripod; and similar was apparently use by Lamblichus about 320 AD and later by Nostradamus. However I can't find any proper descriptions.

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rafken 5 years ago from The worlds my oyster Author

Thanks for the comment Corrie

I never say my stuff is accurate, just that some have said it. My writings are not intended as a reference library but it is hoped that they are thought provoking.

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Corrie Lamprecht 5 years ago from Thailand

Thanks for joining on my hub. I would be keen to know your source regarding the Tripod mentioned above. That is somehting I was not aware off. Quite interesting potential.

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