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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Only 20 left in stock more on the way. According to David Hatcher ChildressMertz also interpreted Fusang as meaning “fir trees” in Chinese, and ruminated that they might refer to the fir trees of British Columbia. High to Low Avg. Her writing style is razor sharp and her speculations inspired.

Mariolakos bases his conclusions on the works of Homer, Hesiod, Orphic poetry and Plutarch as well as the 20 th century writer Henriette Mertz.

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An English language synopsis of his book is available on the Internet. Lawrence Rivers join in Ontario, Canada. In various instances throughout the translations, two or three nearby mountain peaks might well have fulfilled the requirements set forth in the Classics? Open Preview See metz Problem? In his Odyssey VII: This popular idea should be put alongside the views of Zlatko Mandzuka who maintains [ ] ehnriette all the locations mentioned in the Odysse y can be identified in the Adriatic.


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Get to Know Jertz. Here can be found all kinds of “writing” though no one may ever decipher these strange glyphs. Both of these books owe quite jertz lot to the work of Henriette Mertz. George Edwin Howesan American classicist, produced a dissertation [ ] on Homeric quotations in Plato and Aristotle.

Professor Kucich follows the work of Henriette Mertz and is convinced that the ancient Greeks discovered America and that a local Peruvian language, Chuetsua, is based on classical Greek.

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Refresh and try again. A comparison of this map with a modern map of Florida convinced her that they referred to the same region.

Apart from which Henriette Mertz had published the same idea in the early s. He has been variously described as mad, blind and even mythical. One of the stories, recounted kertz for the very first time, has waited that long the second story has waited fifteen hundred years.

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Amazon Renewed Refurbished products mdrtz a warranty. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. 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. I would recommend a used copy of “Pale Henriete over a new copy 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.


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This writing hopes to show that the context of both documents is true. Mertz self-published this inand followed it up with a second edition inwhich corrected many of the endemic typos in the first edition. Trivia About Pale Ink. Henriette Mertz — was an American patent attorney and ancient history researcher from Chicago.

Andreus marked it as to-read Jan 10, In conversation with Mark Henrlette [ Their expertise was accumulated between the beginning or end of the 3 rd millennium BC until shortly after the conclusion of the Trojan War towards the close of the Mycenaen period at the end of the 1 st millennium BC.

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While in Samuel Butler, the novelist, was even more specific when he proposed that Homer was a Sicilian woman j. Nevertheless, there has been a growing body of opinion that insists that this Mediterranean identification is impossible.