Kuafu day by day, Chiyou night, in fact, is the defeated tribe migration?

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Do you like the story of Kuafu day by day and Chiyou night? Today, China story net will give you a detailed explanation~

Kuafu day by day, Nuwa mends the sky, Dayu controls the water, Jingwei fills the sea, and ancient ancestors never admit defeat. These legends of fighting between heaven and earth can be found in historical materials and cultural relics. For example, Shanhaijing, Huainanzi, even Shangshu, Shiji and the discovery of sheepskin scrolls in America can be used as evidence: Kua Fu’s Chiyou duty day by day is actually a great migration of defeated tribes. The two tribes defeated by the Yellow Emperor Xuanyuan went to Alaska and the other to the Mississippi River.

Excluding the myth, we will find that the Shanhaijing records such a thing: Kuafu led his tribe to the north with the sun, moon and stars as the navigation. Kuafu died of hunger and thirst on the way. His tribe continued to move north, leaving rock paintings in the lower reaches of Heilongjiang to mark the route, and then marked all the way down, Kamchatka Peninsula, Bering Strait, and finally Alaska.

In the hands of today’s Iroquois in the Mississippi River Basin, there are also two parchment scrolls, which are respectively called “the picture of chief Xuanyuan praying for new years” and “the picture of Chiyou’s mulberry watching in the ruins after the wind” (see volume 180 of National Geographic in 1991). Through textual research, it is known that the Chiyou tribe defeated by the Yellow Emperor Xuanyuan migrated to the Mississippi River Basin together with the soldiers of the Yellow Emperor who were in charge of guarding it.

The painting of chief Xuanyuan saluting heaven and praying for new years should be called the painting of chief Xuanyuan saluting heaven, because “chief” is a saying of a wild land. The bear in Xuanyuan is our first human ancestor, and it is a king without God. How can it be called “chief”? For the sake of convenience, we also call the night watch of Fusang in Chiyou after the wind returns to the ruins as the night watch of Chiyou.

Records of Kuafu and Chiyou in ancient books

When many people mention Kuafu and Chiyou, they will think of Shanhaijing. In fact, besides Shanhaijing, there are many ancient books that record the deeds of these two tribes.

According to Liezi Tang Wen, Kua Fu’s daily life is more like a leader leading his tribe to look for water sources when suffering from drought: “Kua Fu is too eager to catch up with the sun and shadow, and chases them to the corner valley. He wants to drink, so he goes to drink the river and Wei River. The river and Wei River are insufficient, and he will go north to drink the daze. Before he arrives, he will die of thirst.”

According to the current understanding, Kuafu did not drink up both the Yellow River (the ancient river refers to the Yellow River) and the Wei River, but the drought was too serious, and the river Wei basin was not suitable for farming, so Kuafu tribe had to continue to move to the northeast.


According to the records in the book of mountains and seas and folklore, we can sort out the following context: the reason why Kuafu tribe wanted to make a great migration was that he stood in the wrong team in the Yan Huang war – helping Yan Emperor fight Yellow Emperor. Yan Emperor’s tribe chose to integrate after being defeated by Yellow Emperor. Kuafu refused to give in, left their hometown to the barren frontier, and was forced to migrate again in the face of drought.

The legend of Kuafu is generally attached to the Yan Emperor, and it is said that Kuafu tribe is a Miao descendant of the Yan Emperor. There are many records about Chiyou in ancient books, Chiyou’s shadow can be found in Shangshu, historical records, Lu’s spring and Autumn Annals, and Chuang Tzu: “the Yellow Emperor ordered the dragon to attack Chiyou. Chiyou asked Feng Bo and Yu Shi to follow him. It was stormy. The Yellow Emperor was the daughter of heaven and said ‘Yu’ to stop the rain. When the rain stopped, he killed Chiyou. After Chiyou disappeared, the world was disturbed again. The Yellow Emperor then painted Chiyou’s image to threaten the world. The world is called Chiyou. All countries in the world are invincible.”

This is the same as the legend of Kuafu day by day: from a scientific point of view, it is not the emperor but the drought that really defeated the Kuafu tribe in Chiyou. The so-called “drought” is also called “drought”. According to the bookofsongs, “drought is cruel, like a fire.”

The migration of Kuafu Chiyou tribe proved by archaeological excavations and existing cultural relics

Yandi tribe takes the sun as its totem. When we look at the cultural relics of Alaska aborigines, we can also see the images of “sunrise Fusang” and “Japan China Jinwu”. So some experts concluded that this is the totem worship brought by Kuafu tribe and passed down.

As for the parchment found in the Mississippi River Basin, experts also interpreted it.

The painting of Xuanyuan saluting the heaven shows a middle-aged Asian man with his arms raised. There is a sky alligator turtle in the middle of his arms. The alligator has 13 pieces of back armor, which symbolizes the thirteen heavy heaven in the legend of the Central Plains. There are 28 stars around. Naturally, it is twenty-eight constellations.

Why did the Yellow Emperor Xuanyuan hold the alligator turtle in his hand? Readers must still remember Nu Wa’s story of mending the sky. This story has been recorded in the bamboo secretary’s year, Huainanzi, historical records and Lun Heng. It is easier to understand this sentence: “Gonggong and Zhuanxu won’t be able to fight for the son of heaven. They were so angry that they couldn’t touch the mountains around them, breaking the pillars of the sky and maintaining the earth. Nu Wa refined five colored stones to mend the sky, and breaking the Ao was enough to establish the four poles.”


“Ao” is one of the Dragon sons: “the dragon has nine sons, the Ao occupies the head (from which the dominant position comes), which is the dragon head, the turtle body and the kylin tail.”

So we can understand that what the Yellow Emperor Xuanyuan held in his hand was not a giant alligator turtle, but a dragon boa.

The painting of Chiyou on duty at night is easy to understand, because Chiyou and empress Feng have many records in historical data, so it is needless to say that let’s look at the experts’ interpretation of this picture: the crown giant in the middle is Chiyou. His left and right arms are raised and dropped, which is exactly “the curve of Tai Chi against the current Republic”.

The name in the quotation marks was said by experts. I really don’t know what it means, so let’s invite readers who are proficient in Taiji eight trigrams to give us some advice.

Combined with ancient legends, historical materials and ancient books, existing cultural relics, cliff stone carvings and sheepskin scrolls, it seems that we can draw a conclusion that it is not Christopher Columbus or Lev Eriksson who discovered America, but the Kuafu tribe and Chiyou tribe who migrated after being defeated by the Yellow Emperor Xuanyuan, but our ancient ancestors paid attention to integration instead of conquest, This left the historical remains that were mutually confirmed with the hometown classics.

Conclusion: the significance of integration is far greater than conquest, but it is often forgotten by history

Although a large number of historical relics containing Yanhuang Culture have been found in America, few experts and scholars have claimed that the American continent was discovered by the Chinese people, which has a lot to do with cultural inheritance: we believe that the significance of integration is far greater than conquest, but under the law of the jungle, the goodwill of integration is often forgotten by history.


In 1996, Chinese experts found a piece of jade said to be worn by aborigines at the “American Civilization Exhibition” on the other side of the ocean. However, the experts recognized this as the “jade GUI” in ancient China at a glance, and effortlessly read out the oracle bone inscriptions that were considered as “strange symbols”: “the rulers and leaders established the foundation of the kingdom”.

Of course, this is another translation of the concise and comprehensive classical Chinese in oracle bone inscriptions into modern languages. According to the writing habits of the ancients, it should be “Hou (in ancient times, the king and princes were called the queen, such as Hou Yi, Hou Ji and Feng Hou) and the minister Zhaoji”.

Ancient books and unearthed cultural relics are like a bird passing through time and space, overlooking and witnessing the twists and turns of human history, leaving an indelible shadow and trace in the long river of history.

The migration of Kuafu and Chiyou tribes we are talking about today is the same as the migration of Homo sapiens from Africa to Europe and Asia, which is a process of integration and reproduction. Although this process is often forgotten, we can’t help saying that the meaning of integration is far greater than conquest, which is why we respect Zhenghe as a messenger of peace and call Columbus and da Gama colonists and robbers… Disclaimer: the above content comes from the Internet, and the copyright belongs to the original author. Please inform us if your original copyright is infringed, and we will delete the relevant content as soon as possible.

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