The Great Uighur Empire ruled Inner Asia in the 8th and 9th centuries and their descendants, the Taklamakanians, created a thousand years of unforgettable history. A proper history of Asia would be incomplete without mentioning the Taklamakanians, today's Uyghurs. Crossing the Sands of Time provides the true story of Inner Asia and the Uyghur people and contrasts their history with depictions peddled by some authors and social media today.
This book was motivated by the author's interaction with Uyghur scholars and the marked difference between the real history and that espoused by his great-grandfather, James Churchward. During the research, other theories surfaced and are addressed as well. Included are appendices containing all the elder Churchward's mentions of the Uighurs allowing the reader to judge for themselves the veracity of his pronouncements.
Related collections and offers
|Publisher:||Jack E Churchward|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)|
About the Author
Jack's research into the life and theories of his great-grandfather James Churchward, author of the books about the Lost Continent of Mu, is conducted using his technical expertise, unique connections, special viewpoint and access to a portion of James' original source materials. Armed with his knowledge and capabilities, Jack seeks to create a more complete understanding of James Churchward's theories and ancient advanced civilizations.
Jack's first book, Lifting the Veil on the Lost Continent of Mu, Motherland of Men, was published in 2011 and is the definitive edition of the 1926 classic. Jack's second book, entitled Stone Tablets of Mu, was released in September 2014 and discusses the rarely seen 1927 book by James entitled, "Copies of Stone Tablets Found by William Niven..."
Table of Contents
Table of Contents v
Part 1: Historical Uighur Empire 1
Chapter 1: Early Inner Asia 1
Chapter 2: The Great Uighur Empire 20
Chapter 3: Legacy of the Great Uighur Empire 30
Chapter 4: The Uyghur 35 Is Eastern Turkestan a Chinese Territory? 40
Part 2: Other Depictions of the Great Uighur Empire 47
Chapter 1: Tales, Legends and Mysteries of Long- Forgotten Places 47
Chapter 2: James Churchward's Great Uighur Empire 54
Chapter 3: Other Mentions of the Great Uighur Empire 79
Appendix 1: 'Uighur' in the 1926 Lost Continent of Mu Motherland of Men 95
Appendix 2: 'Uighur' in the 1927 Copies of Stone Tablets Found by William Niven at Santiago Ahuizoctla Near Mexico City 104
Appendix 3: 'Uighur' in the 1927 Books of the Golden Age 109
Appendix 4: 'Uighur' in the 1931 Children of Mu 114
Appendix 5: 'Uighur' in the 1931 Lost Continent of Mu 141
Appendix 6: 'Uighur' in the 1933 Sacred Symbols of Mu 154
Appendix 7: 'Uighur' in the 1934 Cosmic Forces of Mu Vol 1 175
Appendix 8: “Khara Khota – Kosloff” 176