Odysseus and the Sea Peoples: A Bronze Age History of Scotland

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 1, 2002 - History - 307 pages
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The "Wanderings and Homecoming" of Odysseus is a true adventure legend which took place some 3200 years ago, mostly in the North Atlantic.

About 700 years after the event, the legend was used by the Greek Homer to create a whole new heroic and patriarchal past for the Greek people. He removed many important details pertaining to the Goddess society and religion and added many unrelated stories and fabrications to make it sound as if the Odyssey took place in the Mediterranean. He did everything possible to destroy the memory of the pre-patriarchal society.

In Odysseus and the Sea Peoples readers will learn where Odyseys did go, complete with archaeological, legendary and linguistic evidence. This suggests that Odysseus was no Greek at all. Instead, he was the Hebridian leader of the war fleet assembled by the peoples of the "Islands of the Great Green Sea" as the Egyptians called the Atlantic. The disastrous results of their attack on Egypt are documented.

The second part of the book describes the society, religion, blood characteristics and migrations of the two main Sea Peoples and how they mixed to become us.

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