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  • mike white
    hi susan, all you may want to look into this sudden shift of rivers changing so much in the east. i wonder how accurate is the date of 1900 bce for the
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      hi susan, all
       
         you may want to look into this sudden shift of rivers changing so much in the east.  i wonder how accurate is the date of 1900 bce for the earthquake.  i just saw a list of great quakes recorded in china, and there were several before 1900 bce.   this sounds like an area of research for the ancient waterways society.  maybe 300 million refugees and boat people, carrying advanced culture everywhere.  most were river people.  
       
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      Kind regards,
      Mike White
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      Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 4:47 AM
      Subject: Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Fw: [Ancient-Mysteries] sarasvathi enigma

       
      correction;  possibly the ganges was born, not indus.  there are a billion people in india today, yet the expert in india says that the population was higher then in 1900 bce.   they had guilds, and advanced metalurgy, coins long before croseus.  
       
      mike
       
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      Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 4:30 AM
      Subject: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Fw: [Ancient-Mysteries] sarasvathi enigma

       
         this is the best ive seen yet about translating the indus script.  it goes far in explaining the spread the movement of hill tribes in northern india.  it turns out that they were not ignorant goat herders, but had 3,000 years of culture preserved intact. 
         before 1900 bce there were seven great rivers that flowed southwest from tibet.  high culture developed there in the indus valley.  in 1900 bce there was a great earthquake, and the plates at the sources rotated the rivers from southwest to south - the indus was born i guess.  as the region become arid these numerous tribes disperced, into india, and iran.  could ram or rama have came from the sarasvathi?  1900 bce seems too late for that imho.  this does not match well with other events, such as the elamites, moving from india to iran, and the entrance of cuneiform into iran. 
         this redirection of seven rivers could have had a tremendous effect on other cultures that they fled to. 
         i must postpone this interesting lead for deeper study later, im in the midst of another project right now.  many of these ancient cultures were in areas now desert.  its possible that another shift could move the rivers further east.  think of the mass of people that will put on the roads as refugees.  250 million maybe? 
       
      mike
       
       
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      Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 3:08 AM
      Subject: [Ancient-Mysteries] sarasvathi enigma

       
         in 1900 bce the sarasvathi river changed course during an earthquake.  this civilization was common to the indus valley culture, and preserved the culture after the indus collapse.  2,000 sites have been studied along its former bed.  we may learn to read the indus script, and find clues to sanskrit, vedic, and indo-aryan beginnings.  it is a long and complicated article in pdf, but some may find it interesting. 
       
       
       
      Kind regards,
      Mike White
      http://all-ez.com/yahoo-groups.htm
       
       


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