The Disk of Festos
Comment by Hsing Lee, Associate Editor of Southeast
Asia News based in Indonesia:
The Festos Disk is interesting... I did some googling. They've found
similar objects in China, in the Xian region near Huang Ti's tomb.
There are also huge pyramids in this area, the largest almost twice the size
of Korfu in Egypt. The existence of these disks is not common knowledge
because the People's Republic of China has swallowed them up and isn't
allowing research to be done at this time.
As a Chinese male, I can make a few assumptions as to why research isn't being
allowed. First, if the disks are in a non-Chinese script, and are of
sufficient age, they could prove embarrasing to Chinese Nationalists who, like
Caucasian Nationalists, like to think of themselves as the Master Race.
Second, the pyramids found in the region, and rumors of non-Chinese hieroglyphs
being found in and around Huang-Ti's tomb, also suggest outside influences at
the early stages of the development of Chinese culture... they don't want to
add more weight to that particular pile of evidence.
We find similar mystery glyphs in the Anasazi region of the Grand Canyon.
We find 17th century records of a First Nations tribe called the
Montauk, in the Montauk region of New York, who referred to their Chief
as Pharaoh. We find pyramids in Central and South America. We find
them in Cambodia, along with more mystery Glyphs.
At some point, the human race needs to grow up, shake off their superstitious
religious stupidity, and come to realize that we are ALL one race, one people,
whose cultural origins lie in the roots of an early nomadic civilization.
I like to think of them as the children of Prometheus. They brought
not only the light of fire, but the spark of creative thinking to prehistoric
tribes all over this planet.