3 edition of The chronicle of Akakor found in the catalog.
The chronicle of Akakor
by Phoenix Antiquities Research
Written in English
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Columbus' Book of Prophesies (proof Columbus came to America to seize Jerusalem) The Chronicle of Akakor, El Dorado, Lost Negro City of Gold | pt. 9 - Duration: The Chronicle . Akakor is the name of a supposed ancient underground city, located somewhere between Brazil, Bolivia and Peru, revealed as the product of a hoax. It was described by German journalist Karl Brugger, based on interviews with a self-proclaimed Brazilian Indian chieftain Tatunca Nara in his book The Chronicle of Akakor (). Although Brugger was apparently convinced, the information in it has.
Akakor is a fictional ancient underground city somewhere between Brazil and Peru.. The German journalist Karl Brugger described the city in his book The Chronicle of Akakor (). Information about the city is from an interview with Tatunca Nara, a Brazilian ca Nara speaks about possible contact with extraterrestrials in the ancient past. He says these extraterrestrials are. The Chronicle of Akakor - The Great Web of Percy Harrison. Karl Brugger is a German journalist who lives in Brazil. INTRODUCTION. Amazonia begins in Santa Maria de Belém, kilometers from the shores of the Garcilaso de la Vega put the rise of the Inca empire in the first centuries of the.
the publication of his book “The Chronicle of Akakor ” in The Ugha Mongulala were given special stones to “view” any place on earth and to record key planetary events. These records were written in a hieroglyphic text called the “script of the Ancient Fathers”. › Find signed collectible books: 'The Chronicle of Akakor' More editions of The Chronicle of Akakor: The Chronicle of Akakor: ISBN ().
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The Chronicle of Akakor answers how such cities came to be. An Brazilian Indian who saved the lives of twelve Brazilian military officers was introduced by one of these officers to the author.
The indian described how his people were a people that once had a great empire ofmillion people bef BC.5/5(3). The Chronicle of Akakor by Tatunca. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “The Chronicle of Akakor” as Want to Read: Want to Read.
saving. Want to Read. /5(10). document called the Chronicle of Akakor. The longest part of his story was about the Indians’ struggle against the whites, against Spaniards and Portuguese, rubber planters, settlers, adventurers, and Peruvian Size: 1MB.
The Chronicle of Akakor provides answers to much that is only assumed in other works on similar subjects. Recently, I finally got around to reading the book, and this is my review, which can be found on Goodreads: You need to understand upfront that this book is about % bullshit.
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Author: Brugger Karl Title: The chronicle of Akakor Year: Link download: Preface by. The chronicle of Akakor / The chronicle of Akakor book by Karl Brugger ; translated from the German by Lu Fenton ; pref. by Erich von. Incidentally, The Chronicle of Akakor fits accurately into the picture that is familiar to mythologists all around the world.
Three drowned in an attempt to escape on the return to Akakor, but one survived, a German missionary named Reinha. The Akakor Chronicle is a set of stories written by the tribe of the Ugha Mongulala that used to live in the Amazon jungle in Brazil and that text contains more than 15 thousand years of history, from the arrival of their Gods to the 70’s in our time They were originally written in the language of their Ancient Masters (Gods) on tree barks.
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During his subsequent ceremony to become the new tribal leader, Tatunca entered the Akakor temple complex and passed through successive secret rooms. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tatunca Nara.
Chronicle of Akakor. New York: Delacorte Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The meeting would result in Brugger’s book “The Chronicle of Akakor”, published inwhich saw a number of foreign editions and created the legend of Akakor, a mythical town somewhere deep within the Amazonian jungle, still left to be discovered.
The chronicle of Akakor. To this day, most of it is unexplored. The chronicle of Akakor Year: Born in Munich inBrugger was a journalist who had covered Brazil for several German publications. With their help, Tatunca Nara was granted a Brazilian labor permit and an identity card.
Please verify that you are not a robot. Akakor Akakor is the name of a mythological ancient underground city, located somewhere between Brazil, Bolivia and Peru. It was described by German journalist Karl Brugger, based on interviews with a self-proclaimed Brazilian Indian chieftain Tatunca Nara in his book The Chronicle of Akakor ().
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flag 1 like Like see review. Fer rated it /5. Series is based on the book “The Chronicle of Akakor” by German journalist Karl Brugger The journalist registered more than 10 houses with the interview of the Indian captain, writing a book later.
After the book was published, four people lost their lives trying to discover more about this city. : The Chronicle of Akakor () by Karl Brugger and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(8).
The fantastical details were documented in Brugger's book The Chronicles Of Akakor, which was published in His work was persuasive, with many keen to. The Akakorian records of humanity’s history could be a valuable cross-referencing tool when looking at other accounts of ancient and pre-history.
Karl Brugger, shot to death outside his Manaus apartment, shortly after the publication of his book in Tatunca demonstrates the. Karl Brugger (, Munich – January 3,Rio de Janeiro) was a German foreign correspondent for the ARD network and author, best known for his book The Chronicle of Akakor about the alleged lost city of Akakor that was published in Additional Physical Format: Print version: Tatunca Nara.
Chronicle of Akakor. New York: Delacorte Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type. The Akakor Chronicle is divided into four parts and covers a period of over ten thousand years of the life of the people of Mongulala: – The Book of Jaguar deals with the colonization of the Earth by the gods and the period until the second world catastrophe.The Chronicle of Akakor (Book): Tatunca Nara.
Weekly printing allowances will be reduced starting on March 1. Find out what to expect with this change. Incidentally, The Chronicle of Akakor fits accurately into the picture that is familiar to mythologists all around the world.
Gods came from "the sky," instructed the first humans, left some mysterious apparatus behind, and disappeared again "into the sky.".