Pale Ink has 2 ratings and 2 reviews. Donald said: Henriette Mertz was a cryptologist during WWII and later a patent lawyer who published a series of dar. Apart from which Henriette Mertz had published the same idea in the early s . Oops! Socratous’ book places Atlantis in the Atlantic with Troy as its capital!. More by Henriette Mertz. Pale Ink: Two Ancient Records of Chinese Exploration in America. Henriette Mertz. from: $ The Mystic Symbol: Mark of the.
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One of the stories, recounted here for the very first time, has waited that long the second story has waited fifteen hundred years.
The assumption being that if Troy could be located in the Baltic, so might Atlantis. Henriette Mertz — was an American patent attorney and ancient history researcher from Chicago. Valerie Southwick marked it as to-read Dec 02, George Edwin Howesan American classicist, produced a dissertation [ ] on Homeric quotations in Plato and Aristotle.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In various instances throughout the translations, two or three nearby mountain peaks might well have fulfilled the requirements set forth in the Classics?
Further support for a Northern European Troy has come from the historian Edward Furlong, a former naval navigation officer, who has advocated for over henrierte years that the journey of Odysseus went as far north as Norway. Henriette Mertz was a cryptologist during WWII and later a patent lawyer who published a series of daring and controversial books on diffusionist history.
In her work entitled Atlantis: The book is, for the most part, and enjoyable read, though the last quarter of it or so seemed to drag a bit compared to the earlier sections.
In her work entitled Pale Ink self-published c. I am unaware that Pellech refers directly to Atlantis, but she does claim that the Caribbean had been the centre of an extensive maritime trading culture, millennia before Columbus.
Mertz recognised that ancient America was host to guests if not residents from both east and west and has written in Pale Ink [ ] on the evidence for the existence of persistent pre-Columbian Chinese contacts.
Andrea Bianco map which includes the Atlantic island of Antilla as proof. Location is not a problem exclusive henriwtte the writings of Plato. Jan 13, Donald Yates rated it really liked it.
Lawrence Rivers join in Ontario, Canada. Learn more at Author Central. Jason and the Argonauts then go up this river to the altiplano of Bolivia and to Tihuanaco, the location of the Golden Fleece. Four thousand years is a long time to kertz. To see what your friends thought of this book, henriete sign up. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: Two ancient records of Chinese exploration in America.
Return to Book Page. She has written a synopsis of her theory on the Atlantisforschung. Books by Henriette Mertz.
Pale Ink by Henriette Mertz
I would recommend a used copy of “Pale Ink” merts a new mfrtz of the reprint, “Gods from the Far East”, but either way, it’s an insightful book and recommended reading that adds some important pieces to the puzzle of American pre-history. Inhe published, Homers Reise: This writing hopes to show that the context of both documents is true. Chinese hhenriette and colonization in mrrtz Americas, as abundantly evident in North America’s rock art record, has today become a burgeoning area of scholarship.
Eberhard Zangger offers another correction of the Atlantis mystery: Fu-sang is apparently Mexico, and the beautiful and useful fu-sang plants are the maguey. Views Read Edit View history. Sadly, the isolationist faction in Powell-doctrine dominated quackademia still controls the narrative, as they did in Mertz’ day. Victor Liu marked it as to-read Jul 22, Maniganda Ranganathan marked it as to-read Jun 04, The reason for the assumption is that we have never understood them.
What is not generally known is that there are also ancient non-Homeric accounts of the Trojan War q. Provide feedback about this page.
Henriegte marked it as to-read Jul 30, She begins with the legend of the Seven Cities of Antillia and its depiction on the map of Andrea Bianco. There have been many translations and interpretations of this famous text since the eighteenth century.