August 27, 2012 – By Lu Paradise — 495 total views
PP Editor: Pre-Columbian visits to the Americas according to those blasted Mainstream Historians is of course not politically correct. Bloody gatekeeper Wicked-Pedia also forbids any pre-Columbian contacts with the Americas, condemning any proof as “unsubstantiated” or “pseudo-archaeology” Who needs Wicked pedia’ s politically correct lens on history OR the present. I just go there to see what is “allowed” by the PTB (powers that be) I wish deeply in my heart that there was another wiki that covers everything, and I mean EVERYTHING! I am tired of censorship.
When you “Startpage” the “Global Flood” you get to a WickedPedia page called “The Flood Myth”. Can you believe it? When you look up “Fu Sang” on Wicked Pedia you get the same treatment: Mythological story and “the American hypothesis was all but refuted by the time of the First World War.” These following two articles will blow your mind on how the Chinese around 450 AD visited Fu Sang, probably North America, one thousand years before Columbus. And Chinese people visited them also two millennia before Christ! Enjoy! [SHUN Wicked-Pedia!] Continue reading Fu-Sang China’s 5th Century Pre-Columbian Colony in West America