📖 OERA LINDA BOOK - OUR SUBVERTED HISTORY | MYSTERIOUS MANUSCRIPT FROM FRIESLAND
The Oera Linda Book warned us for future nefarious, false priests and priesthoods and infiltration of corruption in our 'temples' (church & mind)
Bad Times fragment in the Oera Linda-book
As the narrator says, there is no definite proof that the Oera Linda book is authentic. The language resembles 'Fries', a language spoken in the northern part of the Netherlands. The book is from / about a clan or family called 'Over de Linden'. According to The Frisian Museum the Oera Linda book is a joke, a hoax; albeit a very convincing one:
📌 https://www.friesmuseum.nl/collectie/een-greep-uit-de-collectie/oera-linda-boek (NL)
The Skepsis organization about the 'hoax':
📌 https://skepsis.nl/oeralinda/ (NL)
PDF OERA LINDA BOOK
Graham Hancock about the book:
GRAHAM HANCOCK - THE OERA LINDA BOOK"
In 1876 there appeared in London a bewildering work entitled the Oera Linda Book and subtitled From a Manuscript of the Thirteenth Century. It was published by Trubner and Co., one of the most respectable names in publishing, so there could be no suggestion that it was a hoax. And the fact that the original text in Frisian (the language of Friesland, a part of northern Holland) was published opposite the English translation offered scholars the opportunity to check for themselves. Yet if the claims of the Oera Linda Book were true, then the history of the ancient world had to be completely rewritten. It suggested that in the third millennium BC, at about the time the Great Pyramid and the original Stonehenge were built, there was a great island continent in northern Europe that was inhabited by a highly civilized race. In 2193 BC this island was destroyed, like the legendary Atlantis, by some immense catastrophe. But enough of its inhabitants escaped to carry their civilization elsewhere - including ancient Egypt and Crete. In fact, the Oera Linda Book suggested that the legendary King Minos of Crete (creator of the Labyrinth) was a Frisian and that the same ancient civilization gave democracy to Athens.
All this seemed so extraordinary and so confusing that the first reaction of Dutch and German scholars was to suggest that the book was a forgery. Yet they seem to have agreed that it was not a modern forgery and that it was probably a century to a century and a half old. But that would date it roughly to the 1730s. And it is hard to imagine why anyone would have wanted to forge such a document in the 1730s. A century later, in the Romantic era, there would have been some point in creating this mysterious narrative with its marvelous hints of a golden age in the remote past. But it is virtually impossible to imagine why, in that rather dull era of Frederick the Great and the Prince of Orange-Nassau (dull, at any rate, from the literary point of view), anyone should have bothered. It is true that a famous forgery of "ancient" Gaelic poetry - the works of "Ossian", actually written by James MacPherson - became immensely popular in England and on the Continent in the 1760s; but if the Oera Linda Book was inspired by MacPherson's Ossian, why did the forger put it in a drawer and forget about it until 1848, when it finally saw the light of day?
According to its Introduction, written in 1871, the Oera Linda Book had been preserved in the Linden (or Linda) family from "time immemorial" and was written in a peculiar script that looked a little like Greek. It began with a letter from one "Liko oera Linda", dated AD 803, in which he begged his son to preserve the book "with body and soul", since it contained the history of their peoples. The manuscript was inherited by a certain C. Over de Linden - a modernized version of Oera Linda - in 1848, and a learned professor named Verwijs asked if he could look at it. He immediately recognized its language as ancient Fries, a form of Dutch. The manuscript examined by Verwijs had been copied in 1256 on paper manufactured from cotton and written in a black ink that did not contain iron (which eventually turns brown)." ...
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