The Khans of Asia Major were Americas is a necessary blog post to further demonstrate that America is the Orient (far East) and the true old world.
Hulagu Khan of Asia Major:
Hulagu Khan, also known as Hülegü, Hulegu or Halaku (c. 1217 – 8 February 1265), was a Mongol ruler who conquered much of Southwest Asia. Son of Tolui and the Kerait princess Sorghaghtani Beki, he was a grandson of Genghis Khan, and the brother of Arik Boke, Möngke Khan and Kublai Khan. Hulagu’s army greatly expanded the southwestern portion of the Mongol Empire, founding the Ilkhanate of Persia, a precursor to the eventual Safavid dynasty, and then the modern state of Iran: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hulegu_Khan.
Doquz Khatun (also spelled Dokuz Khatun) was a Turkic Kerait princess of the 13th century, who was married to the Mongol ruler Hulagu. Their son Abaqa succeeded Hulagu upon his death. She was known to accompany Hulagu on campaigns. At the Sack of Baghdad in 1258, the Mongols massacred tens of thousands of inhabitants, but by the order of Doquz, the Christians were spared. Doquz Khatun was a Nestorian Christian and is often mentioned as a great benefactor of the Christian faith. When Mongol envoys were sent to Europe, they also tried to use Doquz’s Christianity to advantage, by claiming that Mongol princesses such as Doquz and Sorghaghtani Beki were daughters of the legendary Prester John. She died in 1265, the same year as her husband.
SOURCE: Iran/Mongolia: Hulagu Khan (c. 1217 – 8 February 1265) with his Nestorian Christian wife Dokuz Khatun, from a 13th century Syriac Bible.
The Americas was Asia Major:
The second image is a 1531 map of North America as Asia. I did a blog post that proves that India Superior, the Silk Road, China, Japan, and all of the Orient (East) was in the Americas: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/ancient-china-the…/.
Genghis Khan of Asia Major:
The third image is the Shrine of Genghis Khan. Notice that Genghis is shown as a so-called Black man. Genghis Khan was the student and Nephew of Prester John. Genghis Khan and Prester John got into a world War of epic portions as you will learn as you read the ancient China the land of the orient blog link shared above.
Prester John the Khan of Khans:
The Fourth image is the Emperor of Abyssinia (Ethiopia Superior) and the world, Prester John. Prester John was the greatest of all of the Khans of Asia, and he has the greatest magician (magi) to ever lived. He is shown with a little dark pygmy, elf, or dwarf that is carrying the legendry magical mirror of Prester John, so that he can see all of the events in the world. Evidence that Abyssinia was in the Americas: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/punt-was-in-the…/
Prester John was known as the Khan of Khans, Kings of Kings, the Grand khan, the Khan Father, King of the Tartars, the dragon King, the Dragon Emperor, the lord of the rings, the lord of the seen and unseen realms, the fisher King, and many more titles. I had to include an image of Prester John because his bloodline flows through all of the blood of these Turkic/Mongol Khans mentioned in this post, and this is due to Prester John’s daughters being married off to Genghis Khan and his sons after Prester was defeated, so that they could create their own bloodline of King David and be legitimate rulers of the Hebrews and Moors (Jews).
Kublai Khan of Asia Major:
The fifth and last image is Kubla Khan. Kublai Khan (23 September 1215 – 18 February 1294), also known by his temple name as the Emperor Shizu of Yuan and his regnal name Setsen Khan, was the founder and first emperor of the Yuan dynasty of China and the fifth khagan-emperor of the Mongol Empire from 1260 to 1294, although after the division of the empire this was a nominal position. He proclaimed the dynastic name “Great Yuan” in 11271 and ruled Yuan China until his death in 1294.
Kublai was the second son of Tolui by his chief wife Sorghaghtani Beki, and a grandson of Genghis Khan. He was almost 12 when Genghis Khan died in 1227. He had succeeded his older brother Möngke as Khagan in 1260 but had to defeat his younger brother Ariq Böke in the Toluid Civil War lasting until 1264. This episode marked the beginning of the fragmentation of the empire. Kublai’s real power was limited to the Yuan Empire, even though as Khagan he still had influence in the Ilkhanate and, to a significantly lesser degree, in the Golden Horde. If one considers the Mongol Empire at that time as a whole, his realm reached from the Pacific Ocean to the Black Sea, from Siberia to what is now Afghanistan.
In 1271, Kublai established the Yuan dynasty and formally claimed orthodox succession from prior Chinese dynasties. The Yuan dynasty came to rule over most of present-day China, Mongolia, Korea, southern Siberia, and other adjacent areas. He also amassed influence in the Middle East and Europe as khagan. By 1279, the Yuan conquest of the Song dynasty was completed, and Kublai became the first non-Han emperor to rule all of China proper.
Kublai Khan was the great Khan of Asia during the travels of Marco Polo to Cathay (China) on the Silk Road. The Silk Road was in the Americas (see “Ancient China the land of the orient”, blog post shared above). This evidence puts Kublai Khan and Marco Polo in the Americas since the Silk Road was in the Americas.
The Grand or Superior Tartary was in the Americas:
Kublai means primal force, or magical powers. Khan means King, serpent, or priest. Kublai Khan is considered to be the greatest king of the Tartars (Tartary) and he was also called the Khan of Khans. Evidence that Grand Tartary was in the Americas: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/grand-tartary-was…/.
More evidence that Grand Tartary was in the Americas: https://www.americaistheoldworld.com/the-superior-moscow…/.
Based upon all of the foregoing facts and the authorities cited herein, the Khans of Asia Major were Americans since the history of the Orient (the East) was referring to the Americas.