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The Forbidden History of Ancient China, Caucasian Mummies and Hundreds of Pyramids

Throughout our History Many civilizations, Tried to Erase the Civilization before them. The Ones Who Won the Wars Decided What is Written in History. This was done because of control of the region after wars or take overs. They truley wanted their people to Totally Forget their True History. This is why What we are told in school, doesn't match what we find throughout Archaeology.

The Forbidden History of China, is No Different.

It is Thought that the White tribes from central Asia are from which the Caucasian people and civilizations are said to have descended.

Recent discoveries of hundreds of ancient mummies in Asia are forcing a re-examination of old Chinese books that describe as being of great height, with deep-set blue eyes, long noses, full beards, and red or blonde hair.

The discoveries of the giant 4,000-year-old "Beauty of Loulan" and (six-foot, six-inch) "Charchan Man" support the legends about these mythical ancient Caucasian .]

After years of controversy and political intrigue, archaeologists using genetic testing have proven that Caucasians roamed China's Tarim Basin thousands of years before East Asian people arrived. These Ancient people are Thought to be the Main Aryan/Caucasian Race, Which Spread out through the World.

The ancient corpses, which avoided natural decomposition due to the dry atmosphere and alkaline soils in the Tarim Basin, have not only given scientists a look into their physical biologies, but their clothes, tools and burial rituals have given historians a glimpse into life in the Bronze Age.

Researchers who have played a pivotal role in bringing the discoveries to Western scholars in the 1990s have worked tirelessly to get Chinese approval to take samples out of China for definitive genetic testing.

One expedition in recent years succeeded in collecting 52 samples with the aide of Chinese researchers, but later Mair's hosts had a change of heart and only let five of them out of the country.

"I spent six months in Sweden last year doing nothing but genetic research," VICTOR H. MAIR said from his home in the US where he teaches at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Professor of Chinese Language and Literature.