Part 5: the Atlanteans, Chapter 15 – The Kingdom of Joseon

Dangun

The Atlantean colonies

The Atlantis will now, as and when they arrive on land, head for entire clans into new territories to settle

We do not know, of course, the timing of their arrival and redistribution of territories, so we start with the areas closest and farthest end up, before speaking of Atlantis

The first area we’ll tell you the story of the installation of Atlantis, is Korea or Joseon Dynasty, which created the legend says exactly what we have said

Judge in rather … ..

The creation of Korea

There are over 5000 years Hwanin, the King of heaven called his son and asked them:
Who wants to rule the world of men?
Hwanung replied that the fate of humans every day more and more bogged down in lies and deceit he cared, and he expressed his wish to descend to earth to help

What the people of the land do you rule? asked his father
The people of the East (Korea is well east of India)

The King of Heaven, Hwanin granted this territory to his son, and he asked the three gods responsible for agriculture, the god of wind, the rain god and the god of clouds,

to accompany his son with an escort of 3000 servants to help manage this kingdom
Hwanung down (you will notice: the sky came down =) with the three gods of agriculture teachers, and three thousand other lesser gods on Mount Taebak
On his arrival he spoke to the people:

We came from heaven to rule over you

The people made him allegiance and asked protection
The place where they arrived became the center of their kingdom and a city was built there:

Sinsi (Divine City)

Hwanung asked the three gods to help the people to cultivate the land
Then he gave the other subordinates the responsibility of educating the people and to teach them three hundred and sixty tasks necessary to humans as:

justice, agriculture, medicine and other techniques

Thanks to him, the people lived happily.
Conflicts between people were missing and the animals lived in peace.
At that time, in a forest close to this town, a tiger and a bear living together.

They were envious of the people.
As the bear and the tiger went to see Hwanung and asked humbly for the reincarnated as humans,

Hwanung answered them with a generous smile that everything can be changed according to the will of heaven, but without having endured suffering, you will be reborn in human beings
He gave them a handful of leeks and twenty heads of garlic and said:

Enter the cave, do not look light, eat this leek and garlic that, and sincerely pray heaven for a hundred days.

You will be reborn as humans.

Only then will the will of Heaven could be accomplished
But it was not easy to endure for one hundred days of fasting animals generally eat a lot.
After 37 days in the cave, the tiger went forward and then fled into the forest.
The bear who had endured throughout his term, became a beautiful woman in the one hundredth day and she asked Hwanung:

Thank you for making me a beautiful woman, now find me a husband
Hwanung and married her shortly after Ung Nyu (Bear Woman) had a child

We can clearly see the allegory: the Atlanteans consider humanoids like animals, and these humanoids would love to become men (gods)

The man failed his final exams, but the woman had other points to make …

This child was to become the founder of Korea, his name was Dangun.
Dangun built the city of Pyongyang became the capital of this new kingdom, called Joseon (also called the land Cho-Sun)

That was in 2333 BC, this is almost 5000 years.
Later, he moved the capital to Asadal or he ruled for 1500 years.
Then the capital became Jang Dang Kung Asadal and again.
Dagun became god of the mountain where he lived for 1908 years.

Korean megaliths

In Korea, Atlantis will be planting their megaliths, as reported by Fernand Niel on his famous map of megaliths in the ancient world

Tens of thousands of dolmens in Korea have been identified, but they are more numerous in the west, less mountainous region and is now inhabited.

They may be isolated or grouped into true cemeteries.

The dolmens are fewer in Manchuria and Shantung peninsula in Korea, but they are often much larger slabs with coverage of up to seventy tons.

Other dolmens occupy southern Korea and the island of Kyushu in Japan and part of North Korea’s West.

The erection of megaliths appears to be located between about 3500 and 2500 before the beginning of our era.

Many megaliths were destroyed but there are still many.

The 30,000 Korean dolmens are of three types:

the first is, as the Celtic dolmens, made of two or three standing stones vertically, on which was laid a large slab, which is table;

the second has the same appearance, but the stones were not erected support, but descended into a cavity;

The third type is not quite a dolmen, as there is no vertical.

The largest concentration of dolmens in Korea is in the Jeolla-do, but there are all over the peninsula.

On the island of Kang-hoa 120 dolmens are arranged in a circle.

Korea is the country with the largest number of dolmens in the world.

The dolmen sites Gochang, Hwasun and Ganghwa of having the largest number and greatest variety of dolmens in Korea.

Recognizing the growing importance of dolmens, the central government and local governments have designated sites dolmens “historical sites” or “provincial monuments” and have made specific geographic and topographic surveys as well as scientific excavations.

These excavations are of course in respect of the sites.


Site Dolmen Gochang (8.38ha)

The site Jungnim-ri dolmens all the largest and most diverse of Korea, is located in downtown Maesan.

Most dolmens are located at an altitude of 15 ~ 50 meters on the southern slope of the mountain located in an east-west axis.

The height of these dolmens varies from 1 to 5.8 meters.

Hwasun Dolmen site (31ha)

Such as Gochang, the Hwasun dolmens are located on the hillside, along the river Jiseok.

The dolmens are in poorer condition than those found in Gochang.

The group Hyosan-ri consists of 158 monuments and the group of 129 Daesin-ri dolmens. In most cases, the stone bases can be identified.

Ganghwa Dolmen site (12.27ha)

This site is on Ganghwa Island, on the mountainside. The dolmens tend to be larger than the other two sites and appear to have been built much later than other sites

Korea

Korean National Day: October 3, the anniversary of the founding of the Nation

On October 3, Foundation Day, Koreans commemorate their ancestor, the legendary

Dangun Wanggeom (Dangun the highly respected), who founded the tradition of the Korean people

in 2333 BC. J.-C and the founding of Joseon

History or legend, the reference to Dangun is a constant element in the vision of Korea itself.

Until the late nineteenth century, the Korean calendar counting the years from 2333 BC mythical date of birth.

The land of morning calm was named after a translation error due to foreign missionaries

This is a translation of the kingdom of Choson period Ko-Choson, taken during the Choson period (1392-1910), in relations with China of the Ming Dynasty, when the Yi Dynasty (called Ri in Korea North) reigned.

It was during the nineteenth century, European missionaries translated the name of Choson in land of morning calm

As noted by the poet and diplomat Paul Claudel, Ambassador in Tokyo from 1921 to 1927 while Korea was under Japanese occupation, Joseon means rather cool morning

(Or morning light)

Although improperly, this term is still widely used abroad to refer to Korea.

One of the major parks in Seoul called the Garden of Morning Calm.

The land of Morning Calm is an expression that corresponds to the Korean temperament According to the explorer and anthropologist Arnold Henry Savage Landor, in his book Corea or Cho-sen, written in 1895:

“Cho-sen, then, is now the only name by which the people themselves refer to their country as the” Korai “has been completely abandoned by the Koreans in modern times. The word is very poetic, namely “The Land of Morning Calm”, and is well suited to Koreans today because, in fact, they seem to have entirely lost the vigor and strength of their predecessors, the Koraians . ”

The Sun and the Moon

So to reward you for having the courage to read everything so far, here’s a Korean legend, probably the origin of our Little Red Riding Hood:

Once upon a time in the mountains a little cottage that housed a grandmother and her two small children, a boy and a girl.

One day the grandmother went to work for a wealthy neighbor and received in return a few rice cakes.

Thinking of her grandchildren who were hungry, she hurried back, carrying the cakes in a basket on his head.

To turn a corner, she found herself face to face with a tiger who asked him bluntly:
– Grandma, that transported you to the head?

– Some rice cakes for my grandchildren, ‘said the grandmother.

– If you give me one, I’d do you no harm, the tiger roared.

The grandmother then gave him a cake and then went his way.

Crossing a hill, she found herself once again facing the tiger, who had anticipated, but not recognize it.

– As transport you over the head? he growled.

– Some rice cakes for my grandchildren, said again the grandmother.

– If you give me one, I will not eat you.

Another rice cake disappeared into the belly of the animal.

And it was so until the cart was empty.

The grandmother is found again in front of the tiger said:

– Grandmother, what you have hanging on each side?

– I have nothing but my poor arm.

– Give me one and I will spare you.

The grandmother then give his left arm to a tiger, and his right arm.

Then, at the corner of a small wood, tiger awaited him still poses the same question:

– Grandmother, they are those things that move under you?

– Ah, these are just my poor legs.

Friends took me the rest.

– Give me one and I’ll let you live.

– But how can I go home with one leg?

– All you have to jump.

The grandmother reluctantly agreed to give up her right leg, then set off again with difficulty.

At the top of the hill next to the tiger jumped the poor woman with a roar:

– With what mood are you?

– With my poor left leg.

– Give it to me or I will devour! threatened the animal with no thank you.

– How dare you call me the only leg that I have left? replied the old woman.

I could never go home or see my grandchildren.

– You could always move by crawling.

And that said, the tiger swallowed the leg of the grandmother.

Nevertheless, she went on his way to crawl.

Arriving at the foot of the last hill, the insatiable animal was waiting already.

– Grandma! he roared, what have you to offer me in exchange for saving your life?

– I have nothing to offer you! cried the old grandmother, desperate.

With one bound, the tiger was on it and swallowed what was left.

But his appetite and greed were such that he could not settle for this one meal. Knowing that the two small children’s grandmother were waiting, he disguised himself with the clothes of his unfortunate victim, and then follow the path to the cottage.

Arriving at the house, he knocked the door:

– Open to me, children! Your grandmother is back.

Children, remembering the words of their grandmother about the dangerous tigers, bolted the door and said,

– No, this is not the voice of our grandmother.

– Because I dried barley all day and I spent my time yelling at the birds to scare away my voice a little hoarse roar of wily animal .

– So Grandma, your hand goes under the door so that we know that it’s you.

They saw the hairy paw and cried:

– But your hand is covered with hair!

– I was cold so I put on a pair of gloves.

The eldest had the idea to look out through a small hole in the door and then saw that so ardently wished to return home.

Frightened, he took his sister by the hand and the two fled by the back door.

To shelter, they climbed a tree which stood beside the well of their garden.

After a long silence, the tiger lost patience and smashed the door.

Finding the empty room, he let out a fierce roar of anger and sacked the house.

He finally arrived at the well in which he suddenly noticed the reflection of two children.

He could not help smiling.

– So my dears, do I need to go back to using a cart or a seal?

Before the credulity of the tiger, the children could not help bursting out laughing.

The tiger looked up and shouted:

– Tell me children, how you come up so high?

– We have borrowed the sesame oil to our neighbor and have spread over the trunk to climb more easily, they said.

The tiger was in vain, the oil that made the trunk slippery.

He turned back to his two prey:

– My treasure, you are great to have managed to climb the tree without help from anyone. It is a quite extraordinary feat.

Children, flattered, tomèrent into the trap and answered

– We borrowed our neighbor’s ax and cut steps in the trunk to mount more easily.

The tiger grabbed the ax and began to cut the trunk.

Horrified, the children then turned to the sky and prayed with all their might:

– Oh God in heaven, help us! If you want to save us, send us a solid chain. If you want to leave us, then send us a rotten rope.

A long chain suddenly appeared above them.

There they hung in the sky and disappeared.

The tiger arrived in turn at the top of the tree and said that if he prayed the same way he had heard the children pray, the God of heaven would certainly send him a rotten rope. Such was his prayer:

– Oh God of heaven, if you want me, send me a rotten rope. If you want to leave me, send me a strong chain.

His prayer was heard and a rope all damaged suddenly appeared above the tiger.

But the latter clung to the rope broke and the tiger crashed in a field of millet. To date, it is said that millet still bears the bloodstains of the tiger.

When the children arrived in heaven, they presented themselves before God in Heaven who told them that everyone here had a specific task and they too should take responsibility.

He decided that the big brother was shining all day to light the world, while his sister would become the star of the night …

Here we find the humanoid, tiger, and children who reach the status of man in God’s

But then they learn they have not joined a haven of relaxation, but a society where everyone has a role to play in rights but also duties that go with …

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About DOUGLAS MOONSTONE

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