Chinese pyramids in New Zealand?
Pyramids in New Zealand – Could this be the work of the Ancient Chinese?
‘Chinese archaeologists have recently discovered a Hongshan pyramid-shaped building dating back more than 5,000 years in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, in north China. According to Guo Dashun, a renowned Chinese archaeologist, the “pyramid structure”, located on a mountain ridge one kilometer north of Sijiazi Township in the Aohan Banner (county), is a three-storied stepped pyramid building that is 30 meters long and 15 meters wide. This discovery sheds light on the fact that these ancient people were one of the first known people to build pyramid structures.’
( Excerpt reproduced with kind permission of Ian Simpson. To view his website, please click here. )
Could the pyramids at Maungarei and Remuwera also have been constructed by the Chinese?
There is also a wealth of evidence that suggests a strong pre-Columbian Chinese presence in Teotihuacan, Mexico. For more information please click here.