The Homer Code

The Homer Code : Unlocking the Mysteries at the Core of Civilization

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The Homer Code What I am about to show you started with my discovery that Homer's legendary Island of Thrinacia, and Trenyken in outer Lofoten, Norway, are one and the same. At the time, this discovery was just a minor adjustment to the epoch making findings by Felice Vinci, that the whole Odyssey of Odysseus was originally located in the north. But this led me to review everything more carefully, also in light of other researchers, notably Iman Jacob Wilkens and Jurgen Spanuth, and more discoveries followed. Eventually this gave rise to a whole new comprehension, with staggering implications for our understanding of ourselves, our past, and our present. For starters, this reconstruction of the whereabouts of the ancient World of Homer implies that there must have been an advanced culture in the high north thousands of years ago. This lends credit to what is until today told about such a culture, through an ancient storytelling tradition from Finland. Told from generation to generation in unbroken line since Pagan times, the Bock Saga tells the story of a Lost Civilization we until now only have been getting glimpses of through legends, conjecture and fairy tales. This also brings light onto the shadowy forces which eventually destroyed this most ancient culture. But long before that final destruction another catastrophe, and a more hostile climate, forced many from this lost Norse Civilization to migrate southwards. Eventually they became well known in the Mediterranean, not only as the Sea Peoples, including the Philistines of the Bible, but also as the Hyperboreans and Plato's people from Atlantis. In the end I think you will agree with the subtitle, that herein are indeed unlocked the greatest Mysteries at the Core of Civilization. Morten Alexander Joramo Independent Researcher"show more

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  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 149.86 x 228.6 x 33.02mm | 635.03g
  • Createspace
  • North Charleston SC, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1456555243
  • 9781456555245
  • 1,710,840