Part 3: The Tocharian, Chapter 22: The Tocharian of Taiwan

Part 3: The Tocharian, Chapter 22: The Tocharian of Taiwan

Published August 29, 2009


An example of petroglyphs found in the island of Taiwan …


Book Two: The peoples Part 3: The Tocharian

Chapter 22: The Tocharian of Taiwan



Taiwan, Republic of China, known in France under the name Formosa, includes the island of Taiwan and a group of small islands and archipelagos: Penghu, or Pescadores, Kinmen and Matsu The island is 394 km long and 144 wide for an area of nearly 35 000 km2 and a population of 22,920,946 inhabitants in 2008   The island is covered by mountains and regularly suffers from earthquakes Yu Shan Mountain, the Jade Mountain, rises to 3952 meters The climate is tropical and typhoons occur from spring to autumn Frequent rainfall in summer   The population consists of 98% of Han Chinese and 2% of Austronesian, also known as Aborigines The Republic of China, imposed Mandarin as the official language People came from the province of Fukien, Fujian, have pushed the old native population to the central highlands of the island   Member of the Forum of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, APEC, WTO, World Trade Organization, Taiwan is now the largest investor in China Chinese immigrants have founded a classical rural economy, rice, vegetable and fishing The Japanese occupation of nearly half a century until 1945, has left an intellectual and industrial infrastructure Economic development in Taiwan was especially successful thanks to the generous help and interest of the United States   The Taiwanese official schedule begins in 1911, the Wuchang Uprising which ended the imperial regime In 2009, we are in year 98 of the Republic


Prehistory of Taiwan

Traces of human occupation by man of Zuozhen were dated using carbon 14 of 30 000 years BP Around 4000 BC, the ancestors of current Austronesian populations arrive on the island, from the south-east China Austronesian cultures will grow without much outside interference until the early seventeenth century and the arrival of Europeans   Aborigines today are among 460 000 inhabitants, but this figure is underestimated They represent about 2% of the population They are divided into 13 groups, and speaking Formosan languages, including languages Austronesian and Malayo-Polynesian languages, spoken from Madagascar to Easter Island


History of Taiwan

In the early seventeenth century the Dutch colonized the island and encourage Chinese migration to cultivate the land The Zheng Chenggong, or Koxinga, drive out the Dutch in 1662 Estimated at the time of Zheng that there is a population of 100 000 Chinese, for only 50,000 at the time of the Dutch, and 100,000 aborigines In the early nineteenth century Taiwan has over two million Chinese …   In 1895, after his defeat by Japan, China signed the Treaty of Shimonoseki by which it cedes Taiwan and the Pescadores Islands to Japan Taiwan declares independence then in May 1895 as the Republic of Taiwan but that does not stand up to October 1895, the takeover of the island by Japan   In 1945, Japan was forced to cede Taiwan and the Pescadores to the Republic of China After his defeat by the Communists, Chiang Kai-shek withdrew to Taiwan, with nearly two million Chinese fleeing China He set up his dictatorship led by the Kuomintang In 1971, NW. N.U. Resolution 2758 vote by which the Republic of China, Taiwan, lost his seat to the PRC, which becomes the sole representative of China to UN   On the death of Chiang Kai-shek in 1975, his son Chiang Ching-kuo begin opening to democracy In 1996 the first presidential election by direct universal suffrage, is won by Lee Teng-hui   The Republic of China, Taiwan, administers the island since 1949 Taiwan behaves like an independent state, without that independence was never officially proclaimed   On 23 July 2007, Taiwan applied to join the UN as an independent state under the name Taiwan rather under the name Republic of China Membership was refused by the UN on behalf of the principle of one China Taiwan maintains formal diplomatic relations with only 23 states out of 192 UN member … The European Union recognizes him, sometimes, a separate existence of the People’s Republic of China …


The megaliths of Taiwan

There are many megalithic sites and petroglyphs on the island of Taiwan Known sites are certainly not alone and there are certainly others to discover … They are generally located inland of ketalagans, main ethnic or aboriginal Austronesian, that is to say Tocharian …   Most sites are located in places inaccessible This has led to the formation of groups of beliefs that say they are gods or aliens who built They would thus have left signs of their passage over the island Most of these groups also claim that this means their return, one day, here …   The best known, the source images of megaliths, are Tufoa, Taiwan Association of Unidentified Flying Objects, Tus, Taiwan Ufology Society, and KTIS, Ketagalan of Taiwan Indigenous Culture Alliance   There are in ketalagan territories, of Keelung to Pingtung, that is to say from north to south of the island, more than 30 megalithic sites



The site was discovered in 1944 by Takeo Kanaseki Naoichi and Kokubu This is one of the few sites in Taiwan have been scientifically excavated The excavations dating this village between 5000 and 3000 BC This is a village of sedentary population who cultivated rice and millet It found many jade jewelry The dead were buried in stone sarcophagi It has exhumed more than 1,500 who were oriented head to the north-east and feet to the southwest But also many menhirs and other megaliths


Monolith Puyuma

The monolith menhir Puyuma said the moon is the symbol of the tribe puyumas, or tribes Peinan He is seen here in 1896 The puyumas are one of the largest groups of aborigines with ketalagans These tribes are natives of the east coast of Taiwan, Taitung County

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Pyramid Chihsing

The Yangmingshan National Park, north of the island, was founded in 1935 by the Japanese authorities who ruled the island at the time, to protect the pyramid of Chihsing Mountain Then the site became the property of National Defense in 1940 It was reopened to the public in 1980 Since the pyramid has been again visited by archaeologists and historians   At 100 meters from the summit of Chihsing Mountain, the highest point in Taiwan, at 1120 meters, there is a pyramid 20 meters high, covered with grass that looks like a small hill, dated 6000 BC The underground of the pyramid are connected to the Yangmingshan many caves that are recognized as sites dating from the Stone Age   There has been no formal research on the site The official position of scientists, without examination, is to say that this is a natural volcanic … This is impossible, given its perfect pyramid and triangular shapes, as well as to explain the underground … This leaves free rein to all kinds of beliefs, since the religious building up a base ketalagan alien …


The twin menhirs of Wuhe

South of Yangmingshan National Park, are the twin menhirs of Wuhe These are two menhir 3 meters high and 1 meter in diameter They face against face, as if they were looking … In creating the National Park in 1940, the Japanese have traced its limits by taking these menhirs as boundary points …


The Cross underwater

Hujingchen In the Penghu Islands, the Isle of Hujingchen by 100 meters deep, there is a stone structure in a cross The structure was discovered by a Japanese research team The cross arms are about 100 meters long and a thickness of more than 1 meter … Again, after its discovery, no scientific exploration or research has been done …


The Tocharian of Taiwan

No doubt about it: Taiwan has been colonized by Tocharian Megaliths, jewelry, agriculture, urbanization, sarcophagi, all in the Neolithic …   It seems that the archaeological megalithic be a taboo subject in the world It is careful not to try too hard, because there are so many things that would call into question … Our approach to history, religions and origins of our …   As I do not feel concerned by these blinders, I continue my research and I’ll book the results This is why you may have noticed that I’m not trying to make the theory at all costs I only connect the coherences between the megalithic sites in the world and legends … There are legends that, for an eye, that we manage to give convincing and coherent explanations of our ancient heritage   Then, continue the road and travel Tocharian



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