CHRONICLE OF AKAKOR PDF

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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That same year, Tatunca and Schmid claimed to have found Akahim, too. In the year 12,the Germans would land on the coast and occupy the larger cities.

Brugger subsequently recorded several interviews with Tatunca and then joined him in an attempt to return to his home, the secret city of Akakor. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item But, in the years since the incident, more information on Tatunca Nara and Karl Brugger has surfaced.

The article begins with a brief history of Karl Brugger and his book and then chrnoicle that Tatunca Nara was the guide for oceanographer Jacques Cousteau who explored the Amazon with his boat, the Calypso, in Indians of South America.

America — Discovery and exploration — Pre-Columbian. Moreover, both the Yaminaua and Kaxinawa Indians revered Tatunca as a chieftain, even though he was not of their tribe. To this day, most of it is unexplored. Imagine that everything west of Washington DC was a vast, virtually impenetrable jungle filled with anacondas, fierce cats, huge crocodiles, savage Indians, and, apparently, lost cities.

The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Tatunca Nara, says Brugger, was tall with long, dark hair and a finely molded face. The 12 survivors were officers of the Brazilian government, all obviously thankful to Tatunca Nara. With their help, Tatunca Nara was granted a Brazilian labor permit and an identity card. Please enter the message. You already recently rated this item. Coppens says that the August 1,edition of Vejaa Brazilian magazine, reported the discovery of Akakor by this team, including some photographs.

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View all subjects More like this User lists Similar Items. Tatunca Nara, however, would not be chroniclee.

But, says Brugger, Tatunca did not akaklr up. But Tatunca disobeyed and conducted the survivors to Manaus. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Brugger and his photographer returned to Manaus and then back to Rio de Janeiro where Brugger had an apartment near Ipanema Beach.

Many were refugees from the defeat of the Third Reich in The chieftain had definitely saved the chronicpe of 12 Brazilian officers, whose plane had crashed in the province of Acre. After having checked it thoroughly, he decided to publish the chronicle he had recorded on tape.

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They would then continue on foot through the foothills of the Andes to the secret city. People seldom realize that the Amazon basin is nearly as large as the continental United States. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. 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. Home About Help Search.

During his subsequent ceremony to become the new tribal leader, Chrnoicle entered the Akakor temple complex and passed through successive secret rooms.

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As new leader of the tribe, Tatunca Nara felt it was useless to fight the White Barbarians any longer, especially since another cataclysm was predicted inaccording to the Chronicle of Akakor, which date has obviously come and gone without the cataclysm. Independent newspaper corroboration of the tale is available starting inwhich mentions a white Indian chieftain who rescued 12 Brazilian officers from the Haisha Indians and led them to Manaus.

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But, unfortunately, Brugger had included additional stories of Germans in South America during WWII, and this is likely where he garnered the attention that got him killed.

He went on to say that they spoke Quechua, a written language of 1, symbols, all yielding different meanings depending on their sequence. Remember me on this computer. On January 1,he was shot to death outside of his Ipanema apartment.

You may send this item to up to five recipients. Kf Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. De Wolski Kalixt Ouvrage: Since Brugger has also been the correspondent of West German radio and television stations.

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Though fascinated with the concept of Chronilce, they found the trip was becoming a nightmare. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. But what of the underground cities in the Amazon, the German soldiers, and airships of the ancients? Would you also like to submit a review for this item?

The chronicle of Akakor

To both their relief and dismay, on October 13, after traversing dangerous rapids, their canoe was caught in an eddy and capsized. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. The chronicle of Akakor Author: Behind them stretched the great jungle of the Amazonian lowlands.

This, in itself, defies belief, as no written language, we are told, existed among South American tribes, including the Incas. Gods came from “the sky,” instructed the first humans, left some mysterious apparatus behind, and disappeared again “into the sky.