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Monday, August 30, 2010

Takla Makan-The searches of the Great commander, Macedon of Greece, Alexander .

Written by John Sofoulis for Citypress-gr

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What the seeking of Alexander the Great in the Harder desert in the world? Is fulfill adivine mission? It worked?

Part A
Have been said a lot about the campaign of Alexander the Great as a whole and
morespecifically part of that which took place in the Central Asia. More specifically, thissection was in the desert of Takla Makan! Which was the real target when he dared tocross one of the harshest deserts on the planet (according to many people the hardest).What it was that led him to overcome all obstacles and to defy the most difficult circumstances, to make this journey?
It could be argued that it was a madness and an effort to demonstrate its military value.But this had already been done too many times, even one would not offer nothing! Sothe question for its reason that led him to this project remains unanswered? or not?
Before proceeding to investigate the real purpose of this campaign, let's talk a little ....
for the nature of the specific desert. The desert Takla Makan is in the autonomousChinese province of Xinjiang - Uighur. In the northern extends to Tarim River at the footof the mountain in the Tien Shan and south to the Kunlun Mountains. Is a typical exampleof cold desert and receives very cold air masses from Siberia, which Downs thetemperature too low. Sometimes they arrive at values below-20oC. Because of its location, right in the heart of Asia and the thousands of kilometers away from any watersource, has a very cold nights even in summer. That is virtually impassable for any man!

Great wall for defence from who?

That is the reality on desert of Takla Makan and of course is very hard! So it waslogical for such an intelligent commander to lead his army to cope with such adverseconditions, though there was a higher purpose? If he had not a mandate fromsomewhere to execute such a taskwould made it? Apparently not! But what may have been the mission might have the great commander and led to these instruments andfaced many dangers. It was a mission that was set during the campaign and was trainedfrom childhood for a purpose. I, like many Greeks, that were preparing for a holy cause!For a mission that was ultimately to save the planet earth and on restore order andsmooth operation on it!
The expedition of Alexander in the Takla Makan was about in the year 326 BC When it had completed the conquest of the Persian Empire and went for the Central Asia. Theancient writers say that particularly struggled to subdue the ferocious tribes of the areaand needed enough time to obtain. Perhaps these reports to try, in fact, to cover up theevent of the campaign! Located then in the province of Bactria and follow path parallel to the Oxus River arrived at limits of the desert. Basically followed on path of the firstexpedition of Dionysus, which was first carried out a similar campaign about 2000 yearsbefore Alexander the Great. Passed by the same rough path to enter in the province ofXin Yang, dominated by the desert.
The information for this we draw from the ancient texts that make hints about whathappened. Also reports of people with white or auburn hair and to exist some Chineselegends. Because we are talking about myths, the myth is always hide filings of truthmuch ancient, references to such people on ancient times of Chinese history andtherefore fit in time to hold the Dionysian campaign.
The proof that this campaign took place, provide us today the discoveries that areconstantly in light of the excavations conducted in the region. The excavation theseefforts have revealed the ruins of whole cities, which are built on an ancient Greek town plan. There are foundations of ancient buildings in construction, with inner courtyard anda separate room for the central hearth of the house. The most important findings was notthe buildings, but the mummies found in dozens of graves in the area. It was too manymummies thousands of years old, perfectly preserved by the dry desert. 
And the mostsurprising ... the mummies did not look like Chinese!

The mummified bodies belonged to a tall, redheads and pale eyes. Apparently, thedead were not Chinese! The oldest dated back to 19th-18th century BC the most recentround in the 4th century BC. Among the bodies were located a baby, which is in the position of his eyes had blue stones, and some women wear pointed hats likeAmazons. Who was these people eventually, and how lived in such an arid region? The second question is answered on the basis of geological observations, which explain theprobability that the desert was once fertile valley, due to the difference in altitude fromsea level. But people?
The results of DNA investigations showed that the mummies do not belong to Chineseor some other people in the region (such as the Uighur Turks). They showed that peoplecome from the ancient Scythia or the Eastern Mediterranean.
But here there is another element that shows the Greek character of the findings(excluding thereby Scythians and other peoples of the eastern Mediterranean), and thusthe transition of Alexander there. Archaeologists report that projects the clothes of the dead have ancient motifs. Especially an engraved symbol on a tomb, is the ancientsymbol of the swastika. Is it really over the Greeks in that area and though so, whatlooked to such a desert?
Part B
The existence of cities with Greek architecture and the discovery of more dead on theGreek figures show that not only the Greeks passed from there, but made ​​a permanentinstallation. Why such an act in that area though there is no specific purpose and a rolethat should play who would be installed there? Perhaps these cities was fortresses andoutposts and people guards a secret. What was this secret that led to the Great Generalto conduct this part of his campaign? These questions lead us back in the school Miezaand the teachings of Aristotle to the famous disciple! I wonder what information isconveyed to the old Greek campaigns and what you were looking Dionysus. What told him about the secrets hiding in the desert and what gave him instructions to get there.Also he should be instructed on what to do when we reached there and this is easily explained by the existence of city-outposts.
It is certain that he said for the expedition of Dionysus and proposed this as a saferroute to reach the desert. The expedition of Dionysus can be (despite what the scholarsbelieve imagination born) from being killed by the age of almost 4000 years, betweenthe mummies discovered in the Takla Makan. The age is close to the timing indicated by the ancient literature as a test for the expedition of Dionysus. So a first conclusioncan be drawn from these data is that Alexander attempted this part of his campaign toinspect the works left by Dionysus and to strengthen its own where there was a need.
The most difficult part is to identify the cause for the creation of these works. What led tothe need to build cities in the middle of the desert and staffed by competent staff readyto give battle! It is difficult to know exactly what they were protecting the guards or what they hold to escape from this region. It is reasonable to think that such a harsh region,which makes some outposts, forts, playing the role of a type of prison and is in the muchspecial / dangerous prisoners. But what is hiding inside of a prison in the desert? Wemay never find out for sure, but Aristotle had said certainly to Alexander and this gave him great momentum displayed during the campaign.
It is obvious, therefore, that the desert Takla Makan, hide many secrets and dangerous!The elements come to light reveal historical events that seem likely to reverse positionsrooted for the the history of the region and perhaps the world history! Campaigns andsettlements in times earlier than believed so far and are made ​​by people with highspiritual level. Populations that were not related in the appearance of the natives, nor thecustoms and traditions! And finally, the central point in all this is the Greeks and their actions, led by Alexander and Dionysus!


One of the most famous Tocharian mummies found, the so-called "Beauty of Loulan"; and right, her face as reconstructed by an artist.

“Beauty of Loulan” The oldest mummies found in the Tarim Basin come from Loulan located at the east end of the egg shaped Taklamakan Desert. Dressed only in shades of brown, she was alive as early as 2000 B.C. during the era of Abraham and the patriarchs. She died when she was about 40. Next to her head there is a basket which contains grains of wheat.

The citty of Loulan


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