Pyramids of Asia



Contrary to popular belief, the pyramids are not more Egyptian than Mayan or Aztec. Pyramids are found all around the earth, and not only in the two areas accepted by the archaeological community.

There are so many that I was forced to divide the subject into several pages, which soon became a real part of this site. And my little finger tells me that this plethora is just the beginning … We will visit together, if you want, the wonderful pyramids of China, but also those of Japan and Indonesia.

Pyramids of China




In China, many pyramids are largely ignored by the public as by archaeologists because the Chinese authorities have declared them taboo. No excavation permit is issued to Chinese archaeologists, let alone to foreigners.




This is unfortunate, because the few photos that we possess reveal quite impressive monuments, as these truncated pyramids which could appear on the list of Solomon’s throne.

On a flight over the Chinese Shensi Province near Xian in July 1945, James Gaussman noticed high mounds. After several passages, he recognized several buried pyramids. He took pictures but it was not until the opening of the country to the rest of the world to have confirmation.

In October 1994, at the end of skilful negotiations, researcher Hartwig Hausdorf was finally allowed to visit. He evaluated more than 900 the number of these pyramids, whose size varies from two or three meters up to 300 meters, twice the size of the Great Pyramid called Cheops.

The strangest is the resemblance to the pyramids of Mesoamerica and Egypt. I wonder why the secret is so well kept on this topic of global interest. Decidedly, China cultivates, besides that of secrecy, a taste for paradox and a marked penchant for superstition. In Macau, where I stayed in the early seventies, I saw how simple people as well as literate were stuck to it.



In the street, frequent altars decorated with red and gold spread their aphrodisiac incense smoke. These are Shenist altars – Chinese 神; pinyin: shén. The shen, or traditional Chinese religion is a polytheistic syncretism, or in good French an amalgam of all the gods, all the beliefs, all the symbols, icons and statuettes of the religions of the world.

The shen is openly practiced in Macao as in Hong Kong or Taiwan. But in PRC,People’s Republic of China this popular religion is forbidden. Officially, the Chinese Communist Party does not tolerate any superstition. Unofficially, these very atheist gentlemen show all the outward signs of naive fetishism. As the last of the coolies.hard workers


Would they fear that the spirits of the dead buried under these pyramids do not come to shoot the living by feet? Death captures life, can we read in the ancient Breton chapels still decorated with danses macabres.

Unfortunately, the Chinese do not show more originality than our square and dusty archaeologists. For both, the pyramids can only be tombs. It’s wrong and it’s silly. There are tombs of great personages in all the medieval cathedrals. However, must we conclude that cathedrals are tombs? They were built for the living, not for the dead.

The curse of Touth Ankh Amon fell on Carter and Carnavon. All the discoverers of his tomb perished in the years following the discovery. The profaners were punished, we heard then.

A day later, perhaps, I will tell you the incredible story of the curse of Pharaoh. Incredible especially because it contains a fabulous secret. Mummies are alive. Or more exactly, they are inhabited. And that, the Chinese Communist Party does not ignore it. The Far East is land of wonders and high magic …



The Chinese government says most of the Chinese pyramids are mounds of earth. This is at least the official version supported by the competent authorities. The Chinese government has hidden the pyramids under fast-growing conifers, hoping that in twenty years nobody will be able to spot them. Derisory ruse. It was counting without Google Earth.

All Chinese pyramids are located in the plains of Qin Chuan, except the great White Pyramid, a stone one, in the Qin Lin Valley. It is about 300 meters or 1000 feet high. (source)



Hemudu Culture in China


Also in China, ancient civilizations are discovered regularly. Here a carved stone arch that can be called dolmen. This dolmen belongs to the Hemudu culture.



A century ago, nothing was known of Hemudu people whose civilization has yet lasted two thousand years. The existence of this culture came in broad daylight in 1973: 2800 m2 of remains were uncovered in two excavation campaigns.

Dating over 7000 years, these ruins have revealed the existence of this very ancient and unique culture. The Hemudu remains cover an area of ​​40,000 m2 on four strata corresponding to interconnected cultures.




They cover a period of 2000 years since the founding of the first layer there is 7000 years until the fourth stratum which ends there are 5000 years. Both explorations have unearthed nearly 7,000 cultural objects.

There are many other ancient relics attesting to the presence of ancient civilizations developed. But Chinese authorities do not grant very little excavation permit, especially not for non Chinese archaeologists.


Pyramid In Japan




Another Pyramid in Asia… Why did the ancients build so many pyramids across the world?

Near the village of Asuka, Japanese archaeologists discovered a large mound with a pyramidal structure. According to experts, the site dates back to the second half of the sixth century AD. (source)Japan Times Asuka has been very well-known for mysterious granites stone structures which have been found around. 

Scholars from the University of Kansai studied the tomb, a multilayered pyramid and named it Miyakozuka tomb. The pyramid-shaped tomb is buried underneath an earthen mound. The discovery of the pyramid has been characterized by experts as a new form of construction, different from previously found ones.




Whom the tomb was actually built for ? Archaeologists and experts are still divided on the subject, but most of them agree that it was erected in honor of Soga No Iname a high-ranking member of the Soga clan which ruled over the country in the distant past.

According to Japan Times, the tomb may have been influenced by ancient tumuli built near the border between China and North Korea, given the similar structure, the experts said.

“Soga no Iname, a Yamato Dynasty leader who died in 570, was supposedly buried in the tomb. He is known to have had close links with people from China and the Korean Peninsula who immigrated to Japan.

The Pyramid had eight stone layers, and the mound is estimated at least 4.5 meters to 7. Each side have been 40 meters long.” (source)

In my opinion, the so-called tomb was originally an enlightenment sarcophagus. This degreed pyramid was not intended to be a tomb, not at all. It is an awakening machine, and long after the people had forgotten, some king or warlord decided to be burried inside. Just like the European dolmens and long-barrows.


Giant pyramid in Indonesia


Archaeologists come to discover a new one, this time in Indonesia. It would be higher than Cheops.




Well known under the name Garut pyramid, it has never drawn the attention of archaeologists until very recently. What makes me say, open your eyes. Pyramids are all over the planet, there are also close to you.

Remember this: a regular, geometric mountain has very little chance of being natural.




On the site of Gunung Padang, Mount Sadahurip in Garut, West Java, aka “Garut pyramid” , is being examined by teams of archaeologists to see if it is an artifact. First surprise, science leans in that direction!

Using geoelectric instruments to measure the resistance of the different geological layers, they determined that indeed this structure could not be natural formation. A 3D survey of the local topography also supports the hypothesis of an artifact.




According to Carbon 14 tests, topsoil dates from 6000 when the AEC deeper soil is itself dated to 7500 BCE.

When archaeologists began to work, they found in the area a number of rocks covered with writings. Outstanding! WikiStrike soon present you with …

Calculations show that this pyramid is larger than those of the Giza plateau, the height is estimated to be at least 200 m and was built around 10,000 BCE, at about the same period as the site of Gobekli Tepe, Turkey. The earliest evidence of civilization admitted to date.




Deutsche Orient-Gesellschaft of Professor Bonatz, currently head of research, will meet Stephen Oppenheimer of Oxford University to access funds and speed up searches and determine the validity of recent discoveries.

Surprises are still to come …

Man has this choice: let light in or keep the shutters closed.
Norman Mailer