Sunday, September 29, 2013

Kubla Khan and Phgaspa Scripts

Kubla Khan and Phgaspa Scripts
The ninfluence of Nestorian Christianity in Far Eastern culture.
Kubla Khan's wife (Queen of Yuan Dynasty of China) was a Nestorian Christian. Contrary to what is being taught in schools, Kubla Khan was a man of enlightenment (sorry about Kamikaze). He commissioned a Tiobetan Buddhist Lama to create standardized scripts for the entire Yuan (Mongol) empire. These scripts are known as "phagsa" scripts. These appear to be based on old Aramaic scripts, as were Sanskrit scripts adopted Emperor Kanushka of Kushan Empire (Pakistan and Afghanistan). Korean "Hangul are basically a modification and simplification of phagspa scripts Yuan Dynasty. Modern Tibetan and Mongolian scripts are phagspa scripts. Kubla Khan was, as with modern Tibetans and Mongolians, a Buddhist. As such, he was quite tolerant of other religions.

Himmler dispatched German scholars to Tibet to investigate the origin of Aryan Race. But he was not well guided or en...lightened by Buddhist scholars for more or less obvious reasons.

King Sejong the Great wanted newly created Hangul scripts to represent both Korean and China language. Original version, as with Phagspa of Yuan Dybasty, as scirpts for "f" and "v." Korean language has neither of them. However, Chinese never liked the idea of writing in scripts created by a Tibetan and adopted by Mongols. Chinese, to their misfortune, kept up with cumbersome Mandarin idiograms. Elite Confucian literati felt theatened by the writing tool which can be learned and mastered easily by the mass. So, then Chinese kicked out Mongols, out went the precious tool of mass education and enlightenment, bringing about dark age of stagnation and paralysis. There was a time when some Korean and Chinese radicals tried to bring Esperanto into mass culture. But it didn't go far. It was just a revised Portuguese created by a Polish Ideologue. Another colonial domination masquarading as enlightenment and liberal reform.

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