Korea Gaya Origin

Simple Gaya origin is Goya chiefdom of silla they both originated from 6 chiefdom.

Geumgwan Gaya = 金官gaya = kim capital gaya

Queen Alyeong is probably from Ayutthaya Tailand. Kangar is the state capital of Perlis, Malaysia kangar are also in persia area thus probably trader type.

But most incredible find is:

Sogaya must be related to japanese Soga clan who married japanese Emperor and promoted buddhism.

Soga clan was very powerful in Asuka period. Capital moved and had 20 degree off north alignment and sirius(goddess Inanna, ishtar, asherah,etc) like Persepolis.

Also Gaya Goya relate to gogokuryo . Soga clan have leaders that have name kara(korea) 韓子 and gokuyeo 高麗

So east asian ruler flows are…

Persia +jomon(hmong)+china->china->japan->silla->silla+indonesia(from persia)->gaya

japan + gaya + gokuryeo->asuka

likely connection Soga =蘇我=蘇高=resurrect gokuryeo=tamil in korea =tamil india?

———Below is various data mostly from wiki:——————————–

According to a legend recorded in the Samguk Yusa written in the 13th century, in the year 42 CE, six eggs descended from heaven with a message that they would be kings. Six boys were born, and within 12 days they grew mature. One of them, named Suro, became the king of Geumgwan Gaya, and the other five founded the remaining five Gayas, namely Daegaya, Seongsan Gaya, Ara Gaya, Goryeong Gaya, and Sogaya

—–Gaya 6 chiefdom

金官伽倻 Geumgwan Gaya (43 – 532), akas Bon-Gaya (本伽倻) or Garakguk

大伽倻 Daegaya was a city-state present-day Goryeong County

Seongsan Gaya (?)

阿羅伽倻 Ara Gaya, Ana Gaya, Asiryangguk (阿尸良國)) Alla ( 安羅)

古寧伽倻 Goryeong Gaya was one of the lesser chiefdoms

Sogaya ( 蘇我倻? Or 蘇伽倻?)

—–Silla 6 village

Refugees of Gojoseon lived in the valleys of present-day Gyeongsang-do, South Korea, in six villages called Yangsan (양산촌, 楊山村), Goheo (고허촌, 高墟村), Jinji (진지촌, 珍支村), Daesu (대수촌, 大樹村), Gari (가리촌, 加利村), and Goya (고야촌, 高耶村).

—-Japan

Soga no Iname (蘇我 稲目?, 506? – March 22, 570).

Soga no Koma (蘇我 高麗?) was a member of the Soga clan, and Chief Minister of Japan (ōomi).

He was the father of the powerful Soga no Iname (born approximately 506 AD), whose direct descendants controlled many Japanese emperors and brought Buddhism to Japan. His mother was from Goguryeo and his personal name was Umanose (馬背). His achievements are not written in any existing historical text known, despite occupying the very highest rank in Japan’s government.

His father was Soga no Karako (蘇我 韓子).

Soga no Karako was the son of Soga no Michi (蘇我満智)

http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%83%95%E3%82%A1%E3%82%A4%E3%83%AB:Soga_faminy_tree.svg

—–More

非火伽倻Bihwa Gaya, also known as Bijabal in Japanese records of the time,

Seok = stone = =ishi/seki(japanese) = Kangar = kang (sumer, stone mason) =(kagan?) = kaga

Jin korea = 5 of 12, morning, dragon

dragon? Tribe of Simeon …aggressive

—–More related to queen

Lady Alyeong

I found real Ayuta. Ayutthaya in thailand. It is phonetically closer and distance wise less than half. COUNTRY is found 1351, but I believe city could have been found long time before that.

It was also likely to been similar and trading city.

“Also according to legend, King Suro’s queen Heo Hwang-ok was a princess from the Indian country of Ayuta. She is said to have arrived in Gaya by boat. They had ten sons and two daughters in all, two sons took their mother’s family name. Ayuta is today often identified with Ayodhya in India, “

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suro_of_Geumgwan_Gaya

“1351 to 1767. Ayutthaya was friendly towards foreign traders, including the Chinese, Vietnamese (Annamese), Indians, Japanese and Persians, and later the Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch and French, permitting them to set up villages outside the walls of the capital, also called Ayutthaya”

“Ayutthaya is named after the city of Ayodhya in India,”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayutthaya_Kingdom

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayutthaya_%28city%29

Seal is similar to 8 sided star on many mirrors.

And similar to japanese 8 sided star design kofun mirrors

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