Gojoseon Kingdom

Established in 2333 B.C., Gojoseon was the Koreans’ first state. However, the history of Gojoseon is, to date, recognized as a myth by historians around the world. Japan has rejected the establishment year of and distorted the history of Korea.  However, the evidence proves that Gojoseon did indeed exist and further evidence that its existence was not a myth continues to be uncovered.

Gojoseon’s Eight Prohibitions show how Gojoseon’s society was a hierarchical and based on the firm respect for human life. It also proves that Gojoseon was a well-established nation by showing how currency was used and private propertywas recognized and protected by law. The crescent knife coin myeongdojeon, acknowledged by Korean historians as currency from yan China, is thought to be of the same period as Gojoseon due to the area from which it was excavated and the time period it was made. In addition, the mandolin-shaped dagger is a holy dagger that was given to the regional governors by the central government of Gojoseon.

By examining the regions where the dagger was excavated, historians can estimate the territorial boundaries of Gojoseon. 70% of the world’s dolmens are concentrated on the Korean peninsula, thus making Korea a nation of dolmens. Such dolmens are closely related to the history of Gojoseon. Perforated dolmens were not only found in Pyeongyang, the capital of Gojoseon, or in the surrounding regions of the Daedonggang River, but around the entire Korean peninsula. Scholars examined the arrangement of the holes on the dolmens and discovered that they were arranged exactly like ancient astronomical charts. This astronomical chart was made in 3000 B.C. This was 1,800 years before the Babylonian’s astronomical chart was made in 1200 BC in Mesopotamia, the civilization known as the origin of ancient astronomy.

There are at least 200 dolmens with astronomical charts. The East Asian Pyramids found near Manchuria surprised the world because the pyramid, which was thought to only exist in Egypt. There are more than 100 of them. The large ones are bigger than their Egyptian counterparts. The building of the pyramids was a massive project, employing 1,000,000 workers annually for their construction. According to carbon dating, the pyramids were constructed 2,000 years earlier than those of Egypt. They were also created 1,000 years before the establishment of the Yellow River Civilization. The first time that the pyramids were  discovered, myriad artifacts of the Dong-yi people, the ancestors of modern Koreans, were excavated, supporting the belief that the pyramids are related to Gojoseon. As we can see from the ancient tombs of Gojoseon and Goguryeo, the ancestors of the Koreans built the pyramidshaped tombs.

If these asian pyramids are indeed the remnants of an unknown civilization established by the peoples of Gojoseon or the ancestors of the people of Gojoseon, then four civilizations of human history might as well be changed to the civilization that created these pyramids.

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