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Post Date: 7th November 2015

As I was reading through some old books relating to The Ancient Lost Kingdom Of Yamatai, it mentioned of a disappearance of their "Sun Queen", which had mythical magical powers which claimed to be similar to the powerful rays of the Sun itself.

The Ancient Lost Kingdom which has been lost to The Japanese Empire & The Chinese Imperial Qing Dynasty for thousands of centuries, have some interesting hypothesises which have no real or near-enough explaination to the possible true locations of it's last location. It's last location is of importance when discovering The Lost Kingdom.

You may use some of my examples in your thesis, theories, hypothesis, etc. - just be sure to give credit to me, where possible, with a link back to my website. Thanks. It has been said in ancient scrolls that The Ancient Lost Kingdom Of Yamatai, also known as The Court Of The Sun Queen, Yamatai, The Ancient Lost Kingdom Of Yamatai & The Lost Kingdom, was said in ancient scrolls to be near South Korea & South Japan. At the time, The Japanese Empire was huge to them, but to what we may see as small, since it wouldn't have occupied the entire island of Japan, where the country is based. The Lost Kingdom may be located in South Korea & South West Japan, currently, which shows the location of an island off the southern most coast of South Korea & South West Japan. Kumamoto is an island which supports one of my theories of the possible location of The Lost Kingdom. Another location might be of Goto, which is also an island too, which is South Korea & South West Japan, more western of Kumamoto.

Other locations might be tiny islands with huge mountains and crop paddies might be of more significance since food production of high quality had a huge value in the earlist of Qing Dynasty centuries.

Another location might be of Yakushima, a tiny island way in South Korea & South West Japan. This tiny island is big enough to house a population of a small empiral army.

Another location might be of Yamaguchi, the name of which sounds similar and the location being South Korea & South West Japan. This city is on the island of Japan, so should play a vital role in the development of both The Chinese Imperial Empire & The Japanese Empire.

Both countries of The Chinese Imperial Empire & The Japanese Empire were fighting each other over who should decide to own the rights to what would later become South Korea.

For your further studies, you might want to check into books mentioning South Korea, which would be more of a starting point into your discovery.

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