Noah’s Ark-eology: A Hidden Mayan Village & The Cheddar Man: The Daily Show

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Published on February 13, 2018

Scientists in a Guatemalan rainforest use X-rays to uncover an ancient Mayan civilization, and Great Britain’s oldest modern man is revealed to have been black.

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  • Happy One 1 year ago

    Ask any Khasi. He will say that Cheddar Man looks like a typical rural Khasi villager. The DNA tests on 92 LIVING KHASIS by the Genographic Project of National Geographic and subsequently confirmed by other DNA tests prove their ancient age – 57000 years. The DNA tests should be extended to many more Khasis to confirm their real age as Khasis believe they arrived about 120000 years ago at present day Khasi-Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya at the foothills of the Himalayas. They also spread out to modern day China, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar etc. Visit the Heritage of Japan website where Researcher Aileen Kawagoe names the Waar (War) of Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya India as one of the Genetic sources of Early Japanese. The name Japan comes from the Khasi phrase ‘Ai Ja Pa’ meaning ‘Give me rice Father’. This gradually shortens to ‘Ja Pa’ meaning ‘Rice Father’. From the Khasi-Jaintia Hills, they landed by boat at the place where stands now the most ancient Kashi ma Shrine and Kashima city so named after Khasi Ma or Khasi Mei or Mei Khasi meaning Khasi Mother. The Khasis never had any written history just oral history. Many secrets were passed down orally among a select few. Now with DNA technology, it is time to tell these ancient stories which would have been laughed at earlier. There are many many more ancient secrets among the Khasis and Jaintias of Meghalaya State, lying at the foothills of the Himalayas. Remember, they arrived where they are at least 57000 years ago. To put that into context, the Hindu civilization is just 5000 years old.
    Amanda Huang in her writing ‘DNA profiles of Han Taiwanese’ also links the Taiwanese with the Khasi Austro-Asiatic people.
    From the Khasi Hills, after arriving out of Africa, about 57000 – 120000 years ago, the Khasis spread all over the world. They set up the Sumerian, Babylonian & Phoenician kingdoms. Their traces are found in so many places. Herodotus, the ancient Greek historian called Britain Cassiteriades or Kassiterides, the Khasi Tin Islands. Julius Caesar names a Cassi tribe which fought against the Romans under their Chief Cassi-Vellaunus. Caesar landed around the Wantsum Channel and crossed the River Thames at the Kew ford. ‘Wan Sum’ in Khasi means ‘Come and bathe’. The Kew or Quay Hoh Gardens are named after the Cassi or Khasi harvest chant Hoh Kew or Hoi Kew. Kew means wheat in Khasi & the Cassi tribe is known to have grown wheat in Britain. The Khasi / Cassi name for the third largest city of Roman Britain was Hangne-ruh-la-mih-Um, later shortened to Uerulamium and then to Verulamium. In Khasi it meant ‘Here too water has come out’. ‘La Mih Um’ means ‘Water has come out’. Present day Colchester city was known in pre-Roman times as Ca-mulo-don-um. ‘Ka mluh don um’ is a Khasi phrase meaning ‘There is salt in the water’. The old name of Thames in Khasi is Them Sum. The area around the Thames was then a low-lying area covered in water, much more than now. ‘Them’ in Khasi means low-lying. ‘Them Sum’ means ‘low-lying area for bathing’. It gradually became Thames. The Cav-Casia or today’s Caucasus mountains (Pliny called them by what the Greeks knew them – Kau-Khasis, the Scythians called the Caucasus – Kroy Khasis) , the Cas-pian sea, the Kashi kingdom in Northern India, the holy city of Varanasi was the ancient Khasi city of Kashi, the city of Kashan in ancient Persia around which there was a Khasi tribe, the Catti tribe of Germany, the Casses in France, the ancient Celtic, Cassi, Picts, Etruscans – all descend from this most ancient Khasi tribe. They were matrilineal & erected Monoliths wherever they lived for a long time. They also wore distinct tartan shawls.
    They still maintain their Sacred Forests, have monoliths all over the Khasi Hills, build awesome Living Root Bridges (MUST SEE), pass their surnames through the mothers, give their inheritance to the youngest daughter, practice the world’s oldest living religion and have a priesthood similar to the ancient Druids. Many Khasis and Jaintias have become Christians converted by Welsh, Irish, English, Scottish, Germans, Italians, Spanish, French, American and Maltese missionaries. But a significant size of the population remain with their ancient Khasi Religion, the oldest living religion of the world.

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  • Mira's RambleChannel 1 year ago

    Bruh cheddarman’s grandkid looks too much like my grandfather and I’m american

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  • Joshua Heald 1 year ago

    So does this mean all us brits can use the n word if we’re all actually black

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  • Ogas on top 1 year ago

    They slowly breaking the news to whites that they are just blacks without melanin

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  • Carter Smith 1 year ago

    I love how Cheddar man looks so smug

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  • kyle spejewski 1 year ago

    cheddar man totally looked like rob schneider after a few bowls

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  • Daniel Galan 1 year ago

    Did he say the joke wrong on purpose?

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  • Rushi Tawade 1 year ago

    tigers aren’t found in Guatemalan rainforests.

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  • CiCi Chambers 1 year ago

    Thanks for the laugh!

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  • Colabuss 1 year ago

    He’s so cute with his little jacket

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  • cathy hurd 1 year ago

    That dimple.

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  • nathan110063 1 year ago

    Trevor!!!!!

    Will you go on a cheap date with me? Lol seriously tho

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  • applejuicyjuice 1 year ago

    Lmao 😂

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  • Tricé Davis 1 year ago

    Bahahahahahaha 🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂😂😂 I can’t stop laughing.

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  • orry townes 1 year ago

    Dont get her killed in a tunnel too, Trevor.

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  • Liur 1 year ago

    Uh, well the Guatemalan jungles aren’t hiding any tigers actually. Those live only in Asia Trevor. (:

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  • 15 seconds of truth 1 year ago

    Just when I thought ur show couldn’t suck harder it came on again!

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  • Mike Nunyabizness 1 year ago

    He actually does have the same nose, and high cheek bones. Too funny.

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  • Erevos 12 months ago

    i don’t get it. why does the amount of melanin in the skin matter so much?

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  • Lechatnocternal 11 months ago

    That dog joke was so accurate ‘cause I swer that’s what African parents do when they get annoyed by their kid’s pets

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