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FROM THE DESK of DR. HILDY® Tibetan Rapid Eye Movement
by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger®, RIET-1
Copyright May 2, 2013
*Eye Chart Symbol by Tibetan Lama Monks (6)
Archeological evidence indicates that people arrived on the Tibetan plateau from the northeast approximately 13,000 years ago. Over time they migrated throughout the region with large numbers settling along the Tsangpo River, which runs parallel to the Himalayas in southern Tibet.
Tibetans are believed to have evolved from the Qiang, one of the first ethnic groups to be referred to in Chinese historical records. They were mentioned in the 12th century B.C. by members of the Chinese Zhou dynasty, who originated from the western plains near the mountains of Gansu where the Qiang lived. The Zhou identified the Qiang as allies and the two groups were very similar and may have exchanged women.
In the 6th century B.C. as the Zhou and Chinese become increasingly involved in intensive agriculture the Qiang began migrating towards their present homeland in Sichuan. There were reports of Qiang states into Read the rest of this entry