Sulayman Expands Civilization All Over the Earth
Central America – One of the Blessed Lands
There is much room for doubt as regards the postulates which the so-called “scientific community” has been issuing for several centuries now, delimiting through them the knowledge that once flowed free without academic or political restrictions. This doubt, and even suspicion of foul play, has so far been focused on astrophysics and the “unverifiable” models of the universe that raise question marks even within the community of “sages” itself. What would happen then if this same doubt were cast on the “official” historiography that until now has been unable to explain the amazing similarities between cultures and peoples as distant in time and space as the natives of America and the peoples who have inhabited much of Arabia since the dawn of time? What would happen if indispensable elements were found to be in existence, covered up by the ignorance and greed of Western interests, which could rationally explain such phenomena without the necessity of falling back on the intervention of extraterrestrial beings?
Let us see and step by step examine how the ripples of knowledge in all its aspects expanded from the Centre in the same way as water, set in motion by a stone dropped into it, flows and spreads out in concentric waves.
I/ DWELLINGS –THE SAME TECHNIQUE AND MATERIALS
The separation between Arabia and Yemen is purely of the political kind and has nothing to do with geographical or ethnical factors. It’s the same land, the same people and the same history. The political geography found on modern maps and atlases has nothing to do with the real geography of ancient peoples and the relations they maintained.
The first similarity between Arabia (Yemen) and the ancient American civilization is to be observed in the kind of construction predominant in both regions and the materials used (adobe mainly). The images below show typical constructions in Yemen and those generally termed as Arabian.
Below, we show images of typical constructions of the Hopi Indians, descendants of the Anasazi, who developed a flourishing civilization thousands of years ago at the junction of four states in southern North America –New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah, which came to be called the four corners.
One of the most remarkable characteristics of the ancient Yemeni and Arabian constructions is that dwellings and even cities were erected high on rocky mountain or hill tops. This technique is also common in the constructions of the North American natives living in the south (images below).
What today is called Central America was the civilizing centre established by the prophet Sulayman, which kept extending along the Pacific coastline toward the north (present-day United States) and toward the south –see Map 1 below.
The arrival route of Sulayman’s ships is marked here by the two orange arrows and corresponds in its length to the present-day coast of Central America –from Mexico to Peru. From there, as indicated by the black arrows, a strong influence will extend toward the north (California, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas) as well as toward the south (Venezuela, Colombia, Bolivia). The region of present-day Panama will have the important role as the passage between the Pacific and the Atlantic. In the time of Sulayman the artificial present-day canal was natural and his ships traversed it on their way to the Canary Islands, and from there to the Atlantic European and African coasts (modern Scotland, Normandy, Galicia, Portugal and Morocco). From maps and oral transmissions at his disposal Magellan knew that there existed a water passage between the two oceans, a strait, as he also knew that it was located at the latitude of Panama. Consequently, he directed his ships there. However, such a strait had already disappeared –most likely the ocean level fell and the land ridge emerged. Magellan kept looking, sailing south along the Atlantic coast, until he reached Tierra de Fuego. He did find a passage there (now called the Strait of Magellan), dangerous and rather useless from the point of view seafaring given the fact that is runs along the southernmost tip of South America. Taking it would mean sailing the same distance as bordering the very tip of this continent.
The images below show perfect correlation between the ancient cities of Arabia-Yemen and those of America, especially Central America and the present-day southern United States.
We can appreciate here the same construction technique and the same materials –adobe, wood and occasionally stone.
II/ PYRAMIDS PYRAMIDS –ZIGGURAT
Historians and archaeologists have the privilege of the first hand experience while investigating portentous constructions, pyramids, massive terraced compounds, stepped towers and temples in the most inaccessible places in the world, for the construction of which huge blocks of stone were often brought from quarries as far away as hundreds of kilometers. Yet, the interpretations they offer are far from satisfactory. In fact, the experts are totally incapable of noticing that what they investigate is the proof that there must have been a planetary civilization, transported by the prophet Sulayman and his hosts in ships moved by the wind under his control.
(81) To Sulayman We submitted the impetuous wind which for him blew toward the land which We had blessed.
Qur-an 21 – al Anbiya
The word ziggurat is of the Sumerian and Assyrian origin and is applied to any pyramidal stepped structure with a square base and successively receding stories or levels, with the core made from sun-baked bricks and facings of fired bricks on the outside, a room on the flat top, accessed by a series of ramps on one side of the ziggurat or by a spiral ramp running from its base to the very top. The Qur-an, however, denotes them as maharib مَّحَارِيب, plural of mihrab مِحراب meaning the highest room in the house, the room accessed by a staircase or steps. In many of those maharib we can indeed see a room at the very top which can be reached in the way just described. It’s true that in Egypt most pyramids have smooth walls but the oldest, the most ancient ones, were also stepped –as those in the images below.
Monte Alban is an ancient architectural compound located in the south of Mexico, on a low mountainous range rising above the plain in the central section of the Valley of Oaxaca , 9 kilometres to the west of the present-day city of Oaxaca. The monumental centre of Monte Alban is the Main Plaza, which measures approximately 300 meters by 200 meters. In addition to this monumental core, the site is characterized by several hundred artificial terraces, and a dozen clusters of mounded architecture covering the entire ridgeline and surrounding flanks.
El Tajin was an important gulf city in the present-day Mexico. Its most famous structure is the Pyramid of the Niches (maharib, since mihrab may also mean niche; it’s the name of the niche from which the imam directs the salah in a mosque). Its pyramidal design is unique in America.
Caracol is the name given to a large ancient Maya archaeological site, located in what is now the Cayo District of Belize –a country between Mexico and Guatemala. It is situated approximately 500 metres above the sea level, in the northeast extreme of Central America. The biggest pyramid of the compound is 43 metres high.
Calakmul is a Mayan archaeological site in the Mexican state of Campeche, deep in the jungles of the greater Petén Basin region, 35 kilometres away from the Guatemalan border. Calakmul was one of the largest and most powerful ancient sites ever uncovered in the Maya lowlands. As is the case with many other Mesoamerican structures, it was built by the Maya on top of a pre-existing construction.
Uxmal, which means constructed twice in the Maya language, is one of the best preserved pre-Columbian sites. The most emblematic structure on this site is the highest Pyramid of the Magician. The layers of this pyramid are oval, by contrast with the rectangular or square ramps of other Mayan pyramids.
Located in the lower jungle of the north Guatemala, Tikal is perhaps the most impressive of all Mayan sites. The restored sections are dispersed over the whole site, while many other ruins are still hidden in the jungle. Tikal consists of six large-stepped pyramids, of which the highest, the Temple Pyramid IV, is 72 metres high.
El Castillo, also known as the Temple of Kukulcan, is a Mesoamerican step-pyramid that dominates the centre of the Chichen Itza archaeological site in the Mexican state of Yucatan. The design of the pyramid has a special astronomical significance. Each face of the pyramid has 91 steps. Those, combined with the step the stairways share in the superior part, make 365 –the number of days in a year. The majority of those ziggurat or pyramids were designed in relation to the Sun. In many cases, if not in all, it’s clear that they were observatories and calendars. Interestingly, the term hirba حِرْباء, from the same root as mihrab, designates the male kind of reptile somewhat bigger than the chameleon, which turns its head in a way that it always faces the Sun.
Machu Pichu, one of the most impressive and stunningly beautiful archaeological sites in the world remained unknown to the world (not so to the locals) until after having been hidden for centuries in the valley of Urubamba it was rediscovered in 1911 by the Hawaiian historian Hiram Bingham. “The Lost City of the Incas” is invisible from the bottom of the valley and entirely autonomous, surrounded by terraced agricultural plots and watered by natural water springs. Clearly, there is a disconnection between this area in the time of Sulayman and the present-day. The definitive interruption between the two periods could have taken place more than 1000 years ago over a long period of time.
The entire Machu Pichu valley is marked out by terraces designed for cultivation. This and the watering facilities is what makes them autonomous. However, the real scenario should not be lost from sight. Those cities were not temples or tombs but landmarks on the route of Sulayman and his hosts, or their settlements, which occasionally functioned as astronomical observatories. The cities were in the nearby valleys. Around the pyramids or ziggurat there may have lived the families in charge of the maintenance of these structures.
The grave errors of interpretation made by historians and archaeologists result from not having asked the right question. Before the question of how native populations could have built such portentous constructions, one should ask why they would have done it. On the one hand, the natives of America, Australia or Africa are generally considered to be only slightly above the primate level. On the other hand, however, they are thought to have had the capacity for making ultra complicated engineering calculations few present-day men are capable of. The contradictions in definitions and classifications of prehistoric peoples and their capacities have ultimately forced the specialists to admit, or nearly, that the Neanderthal man had the same cognitive capacities as Homo sapiens. Thus, the question why the “Neanderthal” denomination has been maintained and is still used is in order and should be asked.
Massive urban complex designed for celestial, geographic and geodetic alignments, the Teotihuacan archaeological site in the Mexico basin contains some of the largest pyramidal structures built in the pre-Columbian Americas. Little is known about the town of Teotihuacan or about what may have caused its decline. Strangely, thick sheets of shining mica were found within the levels of the Pyramid of the Sun, never completely excavated. Hidden between the layers of stone, the mica was clearly not decorative. On the other hand, the particular type of mica used in the complex would have come from Brazil, more than 3,000 km away. Another mystery as regards how some of the materials used in this type of construction were transported over large distances.
El Mirador, a remote site located deep in the Guatemalan jungle, is known as “the cradle of the Mayan civilization” and contains not only five pre-classical Mayan cities that precede the Tikal by at least 1,000 years, but also the largest pyramid in the world by volume and the remains of the world’s first highway system. The core of the site measures approximately 16 km2 and contains about 35 “triadic” structures. Triadic pyramids were an innovation of the Preclassic Maya civilization, consisting of a dominant structure flanked by two smaller inward-facing buildings, all mounted upon a single basal platform. The most notable among them is La Danta, reaching 70 metres in height. Its volume, 2,800,000 cubic meters, is comparable with the most renowned pyramids, including those in Egypt.
The magnificent ancient Caral city was the capital of the Norte Chico civilization in Supe, Peru. It is a 5,000-year-old metropolis with complex agricultural practices, rich culture and monumental architecture, which includes six large pyramidal structures, stone mounds and platforms, dunes, amphitheater, sunken circular plazas and residential areas. Its ruins reflect the level of progress achieved by one of the first human civilizations, developed simultaneously with those of Mesopotamia, Egypt and China.
Sulayman traveled to the Americas (Central America, Map 1) accompanied by his hosts, carrying with him the extraordinary knowledge given to him along with the prophecy and of an entire army of the jinn –divers, fliers, builders…
(12) And there were jinn that worked for him by the leave of his Lord. If any of them had turned aside from Our command, We would have made him taste of the chastisement of the blazing fire of sair. (13) They worked for him as he ordered, making impressive stepped buildings, images, basons as large as wells and cooking cauldrons so heavy they could not be moved.
Qur-an 34 – Saba
He arrived in the Americas in ships moved by the wind that he himself controlled. He was also granted numerous other blessings.
(12) To Sulayman We made the wind obedient. Its early morning stride was a month’s journey and its evening stride was a month’s journey. And We made a font of molten brass flow for him.
Qur-an 34 – Saba
America is the blessed land, one of many, mentioned in the verse below and in 21:81 (quoted before) although it has not been blessed for all men and dominions. The latter characteristic belongs specifically to the land of Hijaz, which is blessed for all men and dominions, together with the Valley of Bakkah, which comprises among other populations those of Makkah and Medina:
(71) And We delivered him and Lut and directed them to the land which We have blessed for all the dominions.
Qur-an 21 – al Anbiya
Many of the constructions seen in the images above had no specific purpose. They were not temples as generally believed –in the Image 21 we can see a passage lined with hundreds of such constructions. Some of them were meant for measurements of time, days and years, but fundamentally they were landmarks whose function was that of a clear sign pointing to the places through which Sulayman and his hosts had passed. Indeed, construction similarities that we find on the five continents together with the evident impossibility of the native inhabitants (bashar) of those lands having erected them should be the proof enough that all those architectural prodigies were the work of Sulayman and of the jinn who accompanied him and who were, by order of his Lord, under his control.
According to the official explanation the above portentous pyramidal constructions, erected in the midst of jungles or on top of mountains confirm the claim that civilizations can arise anywhere spontaneously, unrelated to or influenced by one another. This approach results from the erroneous idea that the insan (roughly speaking Homo sapiens in present-day terminology) did not originate at a centre and that therefore nothing else did –neither languages nor techniques, calendars or religious systems. This theory rejects the concept of the two phases in the creation of the human being –the bashar, emerged from earth, and their update the insan. The bashar had no centre because the first generation developed and were born from seeds scattered all over the Earth, exactly as the first generation of animals and plants. However, their update, the insan, did have a centre because they originated from female bashar, fertilized by the Ruh of their Lord.
Later, the malaikah accompanied the insan to the Garden, a concrete physical location, most likely in the southwestern part of Arabia (Yemen). That was the first centre, and from there others will arise and spread the insan to the four corners of the Earth. This was the work of Sulayman. With him the insan moved away from their centre and travel the whole world, settling in the most distant territories and mixing, in part, with the bashar. However, not always will the original communities of insan, those that accompanied Sulayman or those who were sent by him, remain permanently in their new settlements. In many cases, as is the case of America, they will at some point leave and never return. In this scenario, unless there had been prolonged inbreeding with the bashar, the individuals of the newly created genetic combination, that of the bashar-insan, will gradually acquire, once again, predominance of the bashar traits. The civilization, the writing system, a great part of the conceptual language will be lost, and the prophetic message, the tawheed (belief in One God Creator), will subsist only in the form of myths or legends. This will mark a breakup with the origin, with the primal source from which all that civilization would have emanated. However, after this rupture, new waves of the insan “settlers” will arrive and repeat a procedure similar to that of their predecessors –they will transport the prophetic system and with it civilization. They will once again interbreed, partly, with the bashar-insan, even though each new wave will be weaker and its waters less clear. We know with absolute certainty that Arab, Chinese and Indian groups arrived in America and other parts of the world much earlier than the Spanish and the Portuguese did, in fact they will constitute the last wave. In this case we can speak of an absolute breakup. The history of the insan has been erased from their own memory and they can trace their ancestry only a few generations back –man has begun his return to the basharhood while maintaining the genetic structure of the insan.
Another theory pretending to explain the phenomenon of the pyramids scattered all around the world, even more irresponsible than the previous one, is the one that affirms that they were built by the aliens arrived from outer space. Yet, there are no aliens, there is no life, and least of all conscious life, outside the Earth. The stars that move out there, in space, are not, but dead bodies, inert, lifeless, whose only function is to show us that before this creation there have been others and that, in previous creations (but within our own cycle) there were earths, suns and moons. In the universe in which we live there is only this Earth, this Sun and this Moon, plus stars and some celestial bodies that are remnants of previous creations within our creational cycle.
The interpretations of mainstream historians and archaeologists are repetitions of this kind of theories. In the first place, these pyramidal constructions were not temples or tombs, but, as we have pointed out before, landmarks, signposts of Sulayman’s routes. In some cases they were used as measurement facilities –as if observatories. Secondly, in most cases there were no cities in the vicinity of such pyramidal compounds. They were isolated or surrounded by a few dwellings in which only those responsible for their upkeep lived. Interestingly, most present-day locals living in their vicinity have no idea who built them or what purpose they served.
The only structures we can see in the above images are pyramids. No cities are visible and it should be kept in mind that had they existed they would have been, according to modern archaeologists, capable of sustaining populations of 200,000 or so. These constructions were located away from cities or inhabited areas since they had no other purpose than that of marking or signposting the trips and settlements of Sulayman and his hosts.
Another difficulty in explaining this phenomenon is caused by following the official chronology. We are facing a triple obstacle here:
1) Dating systems are far from reliable –we do not know the history of the buildings which compose them or the stones with which they were built. In many cases, as in Calakmul and Uxmal, the builders took advantage of the existing structures and built upon them, increasing thus their size or modifying their shape. .
2) To this obstacle we must add the tendency to fraud, quite common among historians and archaeologists, generally prepared to go to great lengths to make their findings match their theories.
3) We are also faced with continuous concealment of data and material. Their “inaccessible” deposits are full of utensils, bones and numerous artifacts and photos that have never been published.
Frequently a dozen radiocarbon data are included in the report on an archaeological site only as a scientific adornment. This attitude reflects a usual but regrettable practice: when a radiocarbon date corresponds to the expectations of the excavator, it appears in the text of the report; if it disagrees slightly, it is relegated to a footnote; if it is very conflictive, it is rejected completely.
Centuries of darkness; A Challenge to the Conventional Chronology of Old World Archaeology
Authors: Peter James (Institute of Archaeology, University of London, specialist in the history of the Aegean); Robert Morkot (Institute of Archaeology, University of London, Egyptologist); Ian Thorpe (Institute of Archaeology, University of London, specialist in the prehistory of Europe); Nikos Kokkinos (Institute of Archaeology of the University of London, specialist in biblical archaeology).
What really matters in this case is to avoid being carried away by the official chronologies and fanciful explanations that in many cases surpass those of the most delirious amateurs. The images speak for themselves and we do not have to wait for this or that department of a “prestigious” university to explain them to us –during the reign of Sulayman an extraordinary planetary civilization was developed that transported with it the writing system, navigation and irrigation techniques, architecture, agricultural skills; calendars and systems of measurement of time; astronomy; knowledge about the creation of the universe and of man… and, above all, the Tawheed explained by the prophetic transmission.
Map 2 (above) shows migratory routes and currents followed by Sulayman and his hosts.
The images that follow show the surprising parallelism between places bordering the entire African continent –the Canary Islands, Mauritius, Sicily and the Azores Islands.
Seven pyramids have been identified on the African island of Mauritius. Surprisingly, they are identical in construction to those found on the island of Tenerife, lying on the opposite side of the continent.
In January 2008, Antoine Gigal and his team rediscovered 7 pyramids on the island of Mauritius, Plaine Magnien, and described the structures as “the pyramids forgotten by the world”. In March 2008 the first article about them was published and that same month other huge structures were discovered around the pyramids. In June 2009 Gigal and his team discovered many hitherto unknown pyramids in Sicily as well as important structures around Mount Etna. Striking similarity between the pyramids of Mauritius and Sicily and those of Tenerife and other places should be noted.
Pyramids on Sicily
“As we approached, then walked around them and observed them at different times of the day, one thing became obvious: all the pyramids around the slopes of Mount Etna had been built by the same civilization, with the same type of lava stones according to the same layout and with the corners built in the same way. We realized that there were several styles of pyramids, scattered all around the volcano. From Piedimonte Etneo to Linguaglossa, Passopicciaro, Randazzo, Bronte to Adrano, we identified rectangular stepped pyramids, rectangular pyramids with rounded corners and curved steps, some with a room at the top as well as round conical step pyramids.”
Pyramids on the Azores Islands
Members of the Portuguese Association of Archaeological Research (APIA) have identified new archaeological evidence on Pico Island that supports their belief that the human occupation of the Azores predates the arrival of the Portuguese for many thousands of years. The new evidence is composed of a large variety of protohistoric pyramidal structures, some of them 13 meters high. When the Portuguese arrived at the Azores archipelago in 1427, all the islands were uninhabited. Archaeologists working at the site believe that the structures were built by the island’s ancestral occupants.
As impressed as we may be by the similarity between the cities, dwellings and pyramidal constructions of Arabia, Mesopotamia, Africa and America, the correspondence does not end there –the same constructions are found all over the rest of the world. The same constructions and, at the same time, the same uselessness –they are not temples, tombs or palaces. They are but landmarks, signatures with which Sulayman signed his trips, the routes he followed and the places where he taught the tawheed, he and the subsequent generations, until time and decadence it brings about took their toll.
The bashar-insan groups undoubtedly learned many “arts” and “techniques” from the travelers arrived from the overseas but when their flow ceased, the locals would return, in many aspects, to their former way of life, mixing the tawheed with shamanic ideas and practices. In some places, however, groups of Sulayman’s travelers stayed on and continued to develop their knowledge along with the bashar-insan native population. Not for ever though since the disconnection with the Centre –Arabia and the Bakkah Valley would make them forget their origin, their deen (religion), so that eventually they would have returned to some kind of shamanism. However, in all places where these constructions are found there will always be remnants of the prophetic teaching encapsulated, in many cases, in myths and legends.
Thus the analysis made by the APIA is correct but incomplete. Those ancient pyramidal constructions, cities and civilization were not the work of the ancestral inhabitants of the Azores Islands (bashar), but of Sulayman and his hosts (insan). It was they who thousands of years ago left them behind so that we would know that they had been there.
Map 2 shows how the Centre expanded during the time of Daud (David) and Sulayman. It first moved to Babylon, on the shores of the Persian Gulf (in antiquity it was much closer than now to the Arabian Sea), and then three other contemporary centers were set up –India, Egypt and Crete, the four corners of the Earth as they are called in the Egyptian and Mesopotamian traditions. Arabia is at the center of the four of them, with the Valley of Bakka, where the Ka’abah marks the centre of centres. From these four corners Sulayman and the generations after him will travel the world transporting with them civilization and tawheed.
In the following images we can see pyramidal constructions in other parts of the world:
Candi Sukuh is an archaeological site located on the western slope of Mount Lawu in Central Java, Indonesia. At the site there is a stepped pyramid surrounded by life-size figures. Clearly in the Mayan style, Candi Sukuh differs entirely from Buddhist and Hindu temples of Java.
In fact, it is not surprising, since it is clearly not a Buddhist temple nor is the date assigned to it (15th century) correct. Even the figures found there are identical to those found in Mexico, Peru or Bolivia.
Chogha Zanbil (which means “mound of baskets”) in Iran is the oldest ziggurat in the Near East. Located in the province of Khuzestan, it is estimated to be more than 3,000 years old.
Image 35 clearly shows that these pyramids or ziggurats were not temples around which huge cities, capable of accommodating up to 200,000 inhabitants, were built. Neither cities nor cemeteries can be found around Chogha Zanbil, nor any other indication that this huge structure played any role in any society. There is nothing inside, nor does it make much sense to erect such a building in the middle of nowhere. The only feasible explanation is that these constructions, scattered throughout the world, are landmarks or signposts pointing to the places through which Sulayman had passed with his hosts and, after him, the generations that followed. Also today we plant the flag of our country in places we were the first to reach (mountain tops for example) to indicate we have been there. Sulayman marked his settlements and places of arrival with pyramidal buildings and megalithic constructions which neither time nor man could destroy or erase.
Any historical event, even the one relatively close to us in time, can be only reconstructed subjectively and, therefore, in a way that is partial or preconceived. Our project aims at offering a basic structural image of the pillars or principles on which human history has been based. These pillars, fundamentally, are three –the concept of the bashar and their subsequent update (the insan); the jinn and Sulayman. Without these basic principles it is impossible to understand the functioning of the existential storyline. Without taking them into account, we are prone to erroneous and fanciful interpretations that instead of explaining, add more confusion to the already entangled forest of historical interpretations. The interpretation we’re talking about here can never be complete but sufficiently so to be able to contemplate a clear landscape delimited only by the horizon.
In their origins the pyramids have always been stepped, that is they have always had the structure of the ziggurat. To think that in Egypt there were no step-pyramids is to mistake. Still today we can contemplate the magnificent pyramid of Saqqara, identical to those in America and Africa, and dozens of others which can be found scattered throughout the world:
The stepped Djoser pyramid at the necropolis of Saqqara, Egypt
The Koh Ker site in Cambodia is dominated by Prasat Thom, a 30-meter-high pyramid that rises above the surrounding jungle. A giant Garuda (mythical creature half man, half bird), carved in stone blocks, still guards its top, although it is now partially covered. Koh Ker has so far been one of the most remote and inaccessible places in Cambodia.
In Images 38 and 39 we can see a submerged archaeological site opposite the Yonaguni Jima island, between Okinawa and the coast of Japan. Masaaki Kimura, marine geologist at the RyuKyus University in Japan, has been diving for fifteen years in that area. Kimura said he had identified ten structures lying opposite Yonaguni and five other related structures off the main island of Okinawa. In total, the ruins cover an area of 300 by 150 meters. The structures include the ruins of a castle, a triumphal arch, five buildings and at least one large stadium, all of them connected by roads and water channels and partially protected by what could be the remnants of huge retaining walls. Kimura believes that the ruins date back at least 5,000 years, according to the dates of stalactites found inside underwater caves that according to him had sunk together with the city. The Yonaguni monument is a submerged rock structure that is believed to be the remnant of a 10,000-year-old Japanese civilization. (It was discovered by Dive Tour operator Kihachiro Aratake in 1985.) After all these years Kimura came to the conclusion that this monument is definitely man-made. According to him, “the largest structure (Yonaguni monument) looks like a complicated, monolithic and stepped pyramid that rises from the depth of 25 meters.” The structure itself is very similar to a ziggurat, a type of construction found throughout the world –for example the pyramids of Latin America and cities in the Middle East such as Ur. Kimura maintains that Yonaguni was built more than 10,000 years ago, when sea levels were much lower than they are now. During this time, Yonaguni Island would have been connected to the main land of Taiwan, possibly an important trade route for its civilization.
Yet another unsolved mystery. To think that 10,000 years ago there existed a sophisticated Japanese civilization does not explain anything. How did that civilization come about? Who were those “Japanese” who built it? Where did they come from? Or was it the local natives themselves? Yet another puzzle. The answer is in fact quite simple. Also Japan was visited by Sulayman or by his hosts in his own generation or in those immediately afterward. If we take into consideration the “religious” structure of the Japanese society, we will see that it is based on the memory and veneration of “the ancestors”. The collective memory cannot forget or pass over such a great event, when men of great wisdom came to the Island and civilized it.
The ‘Pyramid of Xi’An’ is the largest and oldest of the so-called Chinese pyramids. It is believed that it its height is between 50 and 70 m, with almost 350 m at its base. It is built with rammed earth or tapial, Chinese: 夯土; pinyin: hāngtǔ.
This bird’s eye view/report is but a small sample of the great number of constructions found all over the world. Academic interpretations have not been able to explain satisfactorily neither how they were constructed nor why or by whom. In our interpretation they are landmarks or signposts which remind us of the dispersion of the insan and their civilization worldwide in the time of Sulayman, his hosts and the generations immediately after them.