Alternative histories and paralele universes
|From:||Carlos Thompson <chlewey@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, January 3, 1999, 16:52|
For my project Hangkerim I was thinking in an alternative history but the=
wonder at what extend it would be compatible with other alternative histo=
like those of the Chomros and the Tokana.
A sumary of what is already published or I expect to publish on
http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/9028/conlang/hangkerim.html begins wit=
hipothesis of *what if* some big cultures would have developed in America=
way they developed on China, India, Mesopotamia and Egypt, but in the old=
continent the history would have been similar as in our world until they =
each others circa 1492 (Gregorian Calendar).
Then I suposed those big cultures begun in the Mississippi and the Rio de=
Plata basines. They would've catalise the development of other peoples w=
would eventually invade them as Persians, Greeks, Romans and Arabs did wi=
Mesopotamia and Egypt. Probaly Chinese, Fenicians or Vikings would've ha=
contact with some of these cultures but in a tangencial way and the conta=
wouldn't have been continued until circa 1492 when Colombus arrived and t=
he realy came to Japan and China because what he saw where much better su=
the descriptions than in our world.
The Europeans (first Spaniards and Poretugueses, then Frenchmen, Englishm=
Chomros?, etc) begun an invation wich wouldn't been as easy as it was in =
world, and shared some elements of the European invation of China and Ind=
Now a days, there are a few European colonies, some countries formed by E=
settlers and some countries completely governed by native people. Some o=
later are the three Hangkerim countries.
If some one else interested in discuting details or adding his/her point =
view, please reply.
Chlewey Thompin ## ####
http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/9028/ ## ## ##
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