If the tale of the search for the city of Akakor and its tribe sounds like the documented his story in this book, The Chronicle Of Akakor (right). Author: Brugger Karl Title: The chronicle of Akakor Year: Link download: Preface by. The chronicle of Akakor / [edited] by Karl Brugger ; translated from the German by Lu Fenton ; pref. by Erich von Note: Translation of Die Chronik von Akakor.
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This, in itself, defies belief, as no written if, we are told, existed among South American tribes, including the Incas. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.
Write a review Rate this item: Many were refugees from the defeat of the Third Reich in The Amazon jungle is one of the last true frontiers on Earth. Akkaor the help of the aging Germans, the tribe destroyed the aboveground parts of Akakor, so the White Barbarians could not see them from the air, and retreated into underground caves and cities built many millennia before.
The chronicle of Akakor
The earth shook, and thunder echoed over the hills. Gods came from “the sky,” instructed the first humans, left some mysterious apparatus behind, and disappeared again “into the sky. Akanis, Akakor, and Akahim. The last the two white men saw of him, he took a bow, a small quiver of arrows and a hunting knife, and dove overboard into the river, Tarzan style, and disappeared into the wilderness.
The oof was joined by an archaeologist, Roldao Pires Brandao, who was placed on xhronicle team by the Brazilian government.
Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. After the expected victory, Brazil would be divided into two territories: What was it in his writing that had caused someone to want him dead?
Coppens says that once Brandao recovered, he somehow got the Brazilian authorities interested in sending another expedition comprised of six men, presumably Brazilian army personnel.
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As the party approached its destination, Tatunca Nara prepared for the return to his people. English View all editions and formats. Brugger, a skeptic and a conscientious researcher, listened to the truly incredible story the mestizo told him.
However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. Also, the assertion that certain parts of South America are riddled with artificial subterranean passages cannot shock the expert. Had South American Nazis ordered Brugger killed?
The chronicle of Akakor Author: Your list has reached the maximum number of items. The Chronicle of Akakor provides answers to much that is only assumed in other works on similar subjects. Independent newspaper corroboration of the tale is available starting inwhich mentions a white Indian chieftain who rescued 12 Brazilian officers from the Haisha Chfonicle and led them to Manaus.
The 12 survivors were officers of the Brazilian government, all obviously thankful to Tatunca Nara. Was it the secret city in the western Amazon jungles? On September 25,the pair left Manaus by river, accompanied by a Brazilian photographer.
Please enter recipient e-mail address es. The Indian Protection Service, however, agreed to contact the tribe, but while making preparations in Rio Branco, Tatunca Nara was arrested by local authorities in Acre Province to be sent to Peru to stand trial for the uprising he akakoor led.
There, Brugger met Tatunca for a second time, having, meanwhile, checked out the story.
Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. Home About Help Search. America — Discovery and exploration — Pre-Columbian. The only difference was: The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. But what of the underground cities in the Amazon, the German soldiers, and airships of the ancients?
He also told the West German Embassy about 2, German soldiers who he said were still living in Akakor. She was akako for one year and then returned with three German leaders.
Cancel Forgot your password? Coppens says that another European became involved: But Tatunca disobeyed and conducted the survivors to Manaus. Finding libraries that hold this item