Part 3: The Tocharian; Chapter 27: The Tocharian of Melanesia

Part 3: The Tocharian; Chapter 27: The Tocharian of Melanesia

Posted November 6, 2009


An effigy malagan … In New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Malagan, means the funeral effigies language nalikThese effigies are living to die, and the soul of the deceased will become immortal … Six to twelve months after the death, the Malagan celebrates the end of mourning We kill the pig, dancing with masks and effigies were exposed Immortality … This is all that remains of ancient traditions handed down by the Tocharian people of Melanesia, after the cleansing of Christianity …


Book Two: The peoples

Part 3: The Tocharian

Chapter 27: The Tocharian of Melanesia


Prehistory of Melanesia

Melanesia has had two main phases of ancient settlement The Australoid settled in New Guinea, when she was still connected to Australia, and all formed a continent, Sahul The archaeological site of Kosipe, PNG, Papua New Guinea at 2000 m altitude in the central highlands, contained stone tools dating from 19 000 to 26 000 years BP The Austronesians arrived there in turn in successive waves since 6000 years old from the south-east Asia These are the builders of Austronesian and megalithic monuments, of significant size that we see today The European discoverers were able to see from the first collision in the 16th century We have left the irrefutable evidence, supplemented by drawings and descriptions Archaeological studies have been done on a few sites available, but it is certain that many remain to be discovered in the virgin forests of explorations Western explorers were able to see on their arrival, including Fiji, the megalithic monuments were still used at that time in the traditions of local people Their construction dates generally the second millennium BC or earlier A fairly complete inventory has been made by A. Riesenfeld in his book, The Megalithic Culture of Melanesia Some of these sites are still used or sacralized But many of them are abandoned and dilapidated will cause us to lose if nothing is done, valuable information about our past and our roots The Lapita culture, the second millennium BC, discovered in New Caledonia, is distinguished by its pottery decorated with a writing: geometric designs, like the petroglyphs … We find this script anywhere in Oceania: Micronesia, Polynesia, Melanesia, Hawaii and Easter Island until … We see the stones, tools, scepters, tattoos, wooden tablets, etc. …


Mound Korotuku

It is a raised circular burial mound, excavated by archaeologist José Garanger to Cikobia-i-Ra, Fiji, surrounded by a stone wall It seems that the people buried in this mound are a significant social rank

The Naga of Fiji

In Fiji there are large rectangular enclosures of over 50 meters and more than 4 meters high bounded by megaliths

Jewels of the Lapita in Fiji

It was recently discovered in Fiji, Natadola on the Coral Coast, a clay pot decorated dated over 3000 years, Lapita style It contained jewelery shells: 9 rings of various sizes, 4 bracelets, 6 pierced shells

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Petroglyphs of Grande Terre

At Grande Terre, New Caledonia, there are roadside many petroglyphs, discovered in 1895 by Glaumont He asked a chieftain, Massavero, who explained that the horizontal lines represent spears, crosses sea urchins, and crabs, and four parallel lines would be of animal paws It seems clear that these chiefs indicated and their interpretations of these petroglyphs that they are appropriate and not the real meaning they had 4000 years ago Marius Archambault, recensa thousands of petroglyphs, and for that he nicknamed the island: the island of cross The archipelago has over 350 petroglyph sites identified Unfortunately mining has destroyed many sites

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Iron piles of Mount Dore and Kaala

The top of Mount Dore and Kaala, in New Caledonia, there are ferruginous blocks stacked in orderly rows The blocks make 1 to 2 meters in diameter and are arranged in walls 3 to 4 meters wide and up to over 100 meters long The forms vary alignments: circles, half circles, straight walls, snakes, etc. … There are other alignments in Bogota

The fort of Hnakudotit

On Maré Island in New Caledonia there is a strong ten compounds of rectangular enclosure, with up to 150 meters long Fort Hnakudotit is a rectangular enclosure of about 150 meters long and 100 meters wide The wall is on average 10 meters wide and 4 meters high and consists of fossilized coral blocks up to 5 cubic meters and weighing over 5 tons There would be other highlights of this type in the Loyalty Islands Lifou and mainly Unfortunately we have no archaeological findings more complete, as these areas are virtually uninhabited

The mounds of Tchamba

On the main island of New Caledonia, in the valley Hienghene Tchamba, there are circular mounds, measuring over 10 meters in diameter and 4 meters high, with originally a wall

Alignments of Bonia

At Bonia, in New Caledonia, there are alignments of standing stones There are other alignments and menhirs in Daqueboum Kradji

The mounds of the Isle of Pines

On the Isle of Pines, New Caledonia, there are more than 400 mounds, made of sand, gravel and shells, 2 to 3 meters high and 90 meters in diameter Following excavation, they found the center of three of them, in a column and a fourth, two pillars It is believed that the cylinders were manufactured by pouring lime mortar in the dug well at the top of the mound Carbon 14 dating of shells columns give the dates of 5120 to 10,950 BC

Fortifications of the island of Nusa Roviana

On the island of Nusa Roviana in the Solomon Islands, there is a fortress with walls up to 3 meters high

Dolmens of the island of Bougainville

On the island of Bougainville, Solomon Islands, there are monoliths of more than 3 meters long and 2 meters wide and 1.30 meters thick They are placed on monolithic smaller The capstones often exceed 20 tons

The platform of Ureparapara

The platform of Ureparapara in northern Vanuatu, made of large rocks several meters high, was discovered in the interior of the island These sites were used in the past for graduation ceremonies, for men as for women Other monumental platforms, with several floors, were discovered in the interior of the islands of the archipelago of Banks


Monoliths of Vao

At Vao in Vanuatu, six megalithic complex, with their dance area, are aligned The sacred areas of Vao are characterized by several tons of megaliths, dolmens and a large dance area Traditional dances of Maki have been enjoyed our time Each complex leads to the next by a road lined with standing stones In Vanuatu, there are other sites of standing stones on Malekula, Atchin Wala and Rano

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The table of Tongoa

On the island of Tongoa, Vanuatu, there are megalithic ceremonial tables still used in current customs There are many other such tables in Vanuatu and the rest of Melanesia

The mounds of Vanuatu

There are also rectangular mounds on the islands of Vanuatu in Malikolo, Pentecost, and Maévo The sides of these mounds are made of stone walls nearly 4 meters high


The temple tombs of Trobriand

In the jungle of Illukawaiwaia in the Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea, found a site megalithic standing stones made of coated forming quadrilaterals up to 30 meters on each side Stones lying reach 3m long with a diameter exceeding one meter

Tables of New Ireland

On the islands of New Ireland in the Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New Guinea, there are tables of stone slabs with their stone benches Tables and benches are in a space bounded by a circle of standing stones that often exceed 3 meters in height In some sites, the stones are aligned in two rows as in Micronesia They have been converted into places of ceremonies by local people

Tags of Mount Dore and Kaala

Piles ferruginous at the tops of words Dore and Kaala, may well be aerial navigation beacons … They are just ferruginous, that is to say in response magnetic … They are concentrated in a heap, that is to say captable size … They are at the vertices, that is to say, freed from terrestrial interference … They have specific shapes, that is to say recognizable … All the characteristics of an air navigation beacon … We know the starting point: Sanchi in India We know the point of arrival: Easter Island We know the area to avoid: Australia, land of édenistes If we were to draw this air route today, we would put a tag in Laos, the Plain of Jars, and another in New Caledonia, Mount Dore, for example … Precisely, we have seen in Chapter 11 that the first tag was there … See the third part of this second book, chapter 1 and chapter 11 and the first part 4-7 The tags are good where they should be … They are therefore many tags, QED …

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The Tocharian of Melanesia

The passage of Tocharian in Melanesia is no doubt: megaliths, petroglyphs, platforms, tags, mounds, etc. … What is remarkable is that they have invested the entire region and all the islands … And yet, we have seen nothing, because more than half of existing territories are virgins … Unfortunately the Christianization of the population of shores was so intense and radical, that nothing remains for us tales and oral traditions that have existed, apart from those that were redacted … If we are lucky to find in good conditions of virgin populations of European religious pollution, then we will have real surprises … This leads also to reflect on how the Tocharian appropriated these areas … The air seems almost certain, but the sea was also used compulsory The raft is quite conceivable for the colonization of one or more closely spaced islands, randomly found and colonized by one or two dozen people But to colonize all islands in this region of the raft scientists do not do the trick … The colonized area is 14 000 km X 9000 km, or nearly 126 million km2! From Madagascar to Easter Island, Hong Kong to New Zealand, Hawaii to Easter Island, except Australia … In addition we have with our technology, mapped this region, relatively accurately, since only a few decades … There are over 4000 years, hundreds of thousands of people, their luggage and their advanced technology, were installed in this region … To achieve this, we must ship much more than just a powerful raft …



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