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Where are the ruins?

Posted in history, hyperuranicon the book, mistery with tags , , , , , on March 24, 2010 by Dr. Oltrantza

When you deal with the problem of forgotten civilizations, there is a question that seems difficult to answer; if in the past, maybe before Egyptians, there were people so advanced in technology as we suppose, why we don’t see the ruins of this civilizaton, where are the remains of this ancient peoples?

You don’t have to answer “look to the Pyramids”… yes, the big Pyramids actually was built by the Ancient Ones helped by the Aliens who used to live in our World at the time, but it’s not enough as explanation.

A good answer to this intelligent but tricky question come from the tv show (and we know how much reliable are tv showes) Life after People, from History Channel.  It’s a documentary series which speculate about the future of the Earth if the mankind disappeared.

On a scientific approach, the documentary demonstrates that in 1.000 years almost every sign of our culture and our civilization disappeared, and after 10.000 years maybe only the Pyramids would remind that there was an intelligent species on the earth.

It’s no hard to suppose that if 10.000 or maybe 6.000 years ago there was a upper civilization on the Earth as described in the Hyperuranicon, and this civilization reached the level described in the second part of Hyperuranicon and comparable to european civilization in XIX century, after 1.000 years or more almost nothing would remain, and now, thousand and thousand years after, we couldn’t fin any sign of this civilization.

Not the towns, converted in forests, not the monuments, the arts, the veichles, all destroyed by time and elements; only the Pyramids, thanks to its shape and location, could testify this wonderful past.

And it’s exactly what’s happened.

The Hyperuranicon

Posted in history, hyperuranicon the book, mistery with tags , , on March 19, 2010 by Dr. Oltrantza

 

The Hyperuranicon is one of the most important and most unknown book of the world.

There are 7 copies of the book; any copy is identified by a  name:

1) the Franciscana, now in Vatican Library, with no permission of consultation (they deny to have it, actually)

2) the  Schwartzer-Kleist version, now preserved in the Bodleian Library, in Oxford (UK), in the section called Schola Methaphysicae, under the title “Astronomicon”

3) the Gaditana, in Cadiz (Spain), for a long time was preserved in the misterious Octagonal Tower, now it’s in a private collection

4) the Red one or Epiciclica, which was preserved in Sarajevo until the Bosnia war; it is believed it was stolen by someone

5) the Orientalis, nobody knows anything about it after 1470 d.C.

6) the Hidden one, the first who disappeared, at the end of the Roman Empire

7) the Lemenev version, personal property of russian royal dinasty Romanov, disappeared after 1917; somebody says it was stolen by Rasputin, somebody says it was destroyed by the revolutionary Army, somebody says was stolen by Stalin in person, somebody says was saved by russian official Mikhail Strogoff, and keep safe in an unknown place in West

I don’t know which one of the last four is the version I was lucky to read, it could be any of them and I have no tool to verify it.

In Medium Age an italian  philosoph, Marsilio Ficino, translated the book in latin; the latin version was called Corpus Hyperuranicus, but the Catholic Church in 1501 ordered to destroy all the copies of the books.  It is believed that only one copy survived, and that is preserved in Rome, in Vatican Library, together with the greek version.

The book begins with a declaration from the person who presents himself as Anasterios from Alexandria in Egypt and who says he was only the translator of a more ancient book, from a mesopotamian mythical author called Meldeq.  The original book was probably written in Accadic, and Hyperuranicon is  the greek translation of the original title.

The book is divided in three main parts: the Chronicles, the Book of the Ancient Ones and the Maps (that are not limited to maps, actually).