I know I didn’t say much about China but I can tell you the Great Wall is a modern fake. The city gates are real but they were not connected by thousands of miles of wall, only the tourist trap spots. If it was real the photographers I used as sources wouldve shot it. They didnt even mention it. Marco Polio was a fictional character and even he doesnt mention it. You know why? bc the Marco Polio lie came out first. If I am wrong I will correct myself, I havent specifically looked for the earliest images yet but Im confident I went through the archives of all the first photographers and it isnt there. There first time The Great Wall comes up is the early 1900’s by the guy thats staging all the fake escavations..
It appears I may have been partially incorrect about the Great Wall. There are a few images that show a section of a structure in long-standing disrepair and in the process of being cleaned up. There are some other pics that show casualties and batttle scenes supposed to be from F Beato but I believe they are only his in name alone. He didnt take the battle scenes, if he took any at all.
China is a land of many walls. Here is a good article for starting out. So while this wall could be one of many city walls that are from the old world, possibly built by the same civilization that built the starforts and genuine mountain palaces, it still doesnt mean the Great Wall is real, one that stretches for thousands of km’s.
In May of 1870, Thomas Child was hired by the Imperial Maritime Customs Service to be a gas engineer in Peking (Beijing). Child is the alleged photographer
The Great Wall of China 萬里長城 is a misnomer (at least in its English translation, the Chinese meaning is more along the lines of “ten thousand Li long city”). It would be more accurate to describe it as the Great Walls of China, as they are the remnants from a historic series of stone and earthen barriers. Erected throughout northern China, they were mostly built and revised over two thousand years. Origins of each wall section from various times were contingent upon their political and military needs in accordance to their dynastic periods. The oldest, original walls were constructed for the purposes of protecting against Xiongnu nomadic incursions into the areas occupied by the various disparate states that were to later form China. After the Qin consolidation, these separate structures were then integrated into an almost continuous whole, mostly using rammed earth structures. Unfortunately, little of that wall actually exists today. The majority of the wall that still remains (ie the one that we have generally come to know) was built during the Ming dynasty, which relied more heavily on integration of brick and masonry work. History, legends and myths about the Great Wall abound.
In the last hundred year or so, industrialization and modernization of the areas which entire sections were destroyed to reclaim construction materials. Other sections were refurbished, in some cases rebuilt using modern engineering, and have seen heavy use as tourist attractions; still others have been entirely overgrown or reclaimed by nature. Reportedly, less than 30 percent of the wall remains intact. Nevertheless, it is considered to be one of the most important historic constructions of man and specific parts of it was listed since 1987 as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The present wall starts from Shanhaiguan, dipping into the Bohai Sea in the east, and ends at Xinjiang’s Lop Nur. [*Ginger Mummies] in the west, following along the southern border of the Chinese province of Inner Mongolia. The most comprehensive survey to date has determined that the wall as currently recognized covers a distance of 8,851.8 km (or 5,500.3 miles), consisting of 6,259.6 km (3,889.5 miles) actual wall, combined with various other structures like trenches and natural defensive barriers of impassable hills and rivers.
Contrary to popular myth, you cannot see the wall from outer space or the moon. The Great Wall varies from tourist trap (like the section at Badaling, near Beijing) to extreme, off the beaten path wilderness. Certain sections are so dangerous that it would be suicidal to attempt ascending unless one has special climbing equipment with a technical and advanced mountaineering support team. Try as I might, I was not able to gather any real statistics on Great Wall related accidents or deaths, which is unusual as every tourist location has accidents. In any case, I suspect that the PRC government doesn’t really want to keep such statistics to begin with
For me the best part has been the part where the lies prop each other up. The mainstream has chosen to insert the discussion about whether or not the wall can be seen from space. The Ministry of Truth has a section devoted to this subject that is longer than parts of real normie information.
Western media has been blaming it on Chinese propaganda to teach school kids that the wall can be seen from space as a matter of Patriotism. This is really Western Propaganda about Space. And Chinese. Every source makes sure to plug the issue. Here is the BBC breaking it down. Speaking of propaganda, these guys are the masters. They hold up the institution of Public Education, (if you ever want to know about those guys I covered them in my Helen Keeler essay) by including the nessessity to fix the school books. But the best is when they get NASA involved. A Chinese astronaut posted a picture making the claim which the State TV confirmed the propaganda was true. Now they say the astornaut at the center of this happens to be on the International Space Station where they contacted him by sat phone…get it. lol. Who cares about the rest, thats some good shit.
Sticking with BBC they have a story from 2009 about a section of wall that was uncovered
In August, Chinese experts announced the discovery of other important ruins in Gansu, which borders Ningxia.
Thirty unrecorded Great Wall beacon towers, two fortified castles and two auxiliary buildings were discovered during their expedition
China has announced the discovery of a lost section of the Great Wall which was hidden for centuries beneath shifting sands.
The segment was found in the north-western region of Ningxia which was crucial to imperial China’s border defences, the state news agency Xinhua reports.
Then they come out a few months later and say
The Great Wall of China is longer than previously believed, Archaeologists have discovered it stretches a further (320 miles) to the edge of a desert in Xinjiang province in the far north-west of China – an area recently used as a nuclear test site. And they have said that the Wall may extend even further. [So this is interesting, the Wall is used to hold up nukes as well as the moon and satellites. Those three are never far from each other. One good mindfuck deserves another, right? At least buy me a drink first]
There has been no independent verification of the report.
The province of Xinjiang – home to Muslim Uighurs – has seen strong separatist unrest, with a campaign of bombings in recent years. (Promote war in the region to keep out strangers. Blame it on the Muslims, promote racism)
Just 3 weeks ago news came out about road workers that tore down part of the Wall. Doesn’t look much like the Wall we are used to seeing on travel brochures, dont worry there are images inserted to remind you of what you’re supposed to visualize. Two workers were arrested for digging through the Wall and it was ‘damaged beyond all repair’. This incident may or may not have been orchestrated but it falls in the realm of international headlines bc it provides excuses as to why the Wall is not the fantasy relic people think it is.
The story was front page headlines in Smithsonian Mag, RT, CNN, Reuters, Ancient-Origins on top of all the MSM rags.
Tartar City, Tartaria
Pekin was renamed Beijing, originally it was split in two, part Tartar City and part Chinese City. Tartaria is misdirection in the alt-history forum today. People associate Tartaria with medeival castles and cathedrals with tall spires and steeples. The real Tartar’s were labeled Chinese and erased from the modern maps. Many people say what we call the Great Wall of China was really built by the Tartarians. Maybe. I have found pics of sections of walls in remote mountainous areas but for the most part the Great Wall is a series of city walls and not a single unit
In the report by Xinhua, experts were quoted as saying that the Wall was built to protect merchants travelling on the ancient Silk Road and runs parallel to the famed Silk Road. Luo Zhewen, president of the China Society of Cultural Heritage, told Xinhua, A large number of arrowheads have been found near the new site, indicating battles took place nearby”, Xinhua reported.
Te Silk Road takes us back around where we started at, making a full circle, as history does. No timelines
Silk road sites