Sunday, February 01, 2009

Well, this is odd.

Here's a blog by a guy claiming to be the rightful emperor of China. Not a descendant of the Manchurian Qing Dynasty that ruled until 1912, but the much earlier Zhou Dynasty. For some reason, he also claims to be Hebrew. I don't get it.

3 Comments:

At Sunday, February 1, 2009 at 9:03:00 PM PST, Anonymous Bevan said...

Where do you find these people?

 
At Monday, February 2, 2009 at 12:50:00 AM PST, Blogger Adam Villani said...

In this case, he was a commenter on the Strange Maps blog. It was the recent post about a 1951 vision about what World War III might entail.

 
At Tuesday, February 17, 2009 at 6:27:00 AM PST, Blogger peacenegotiator said...

Adam Villani said: "Here's a blog by a guy claiming to be the rightful emperor of China. Not a descendant of the Manchurian Qing Dynasty that ruled until 1912, but the much earlier Zhou Dynasty. For some reason, he also claims to be Hebrew. I don't get it."

And I replied, why don't you just ask the guy or read his profile more carefully. Most people are not careful readers.

The guy is not claiming to be the rightful emperor of China. He is "the" emperor of China, by history, lineage, and court succession.

The royal family fled the capitol with the coming of the Manchurian conquest of China and migrated to southern China. This the Imperial family of China! Han-Chinese.

The lineage is Hebrew, rather than Han-Chinese, which goes back to 3896 BC. As descendants of Ham, namely from Nimrod, an evil man, migrated into Shemite lands, his bands conscript people along the way and removes people from their lands.

With the dispersion from Babel, the clan (dynasty) is swept eastward and becomes "The Chou Dynasty of China".

According to history records, these people regathered in the 1610s and made marriage alliances with the Chun clan of the Ming Dynasty to lend support to the Ming Dynasty. Manchurians conquered China in 1644, but the Chou Dynasty was installed as the next ruling dynasty of China by court in 1644 and both clans and families (Chun and Chow) went into hiding and continued their succession to the throne.

http://www.geocities.com/zhouclan/chia_pu.html

 

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