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Old 09-24-2008, 12:30 AM   #1
SomeDoTheKnowledge...
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Default Bock-Saga, the simple truth?

This is a finnish family who have their own take on history. They claim to have struck a deal with the church a thousand years ago not to reveal what they know until 1984. They have started digging out large underground chambers were written history is supposed to be stored. The Saga claim that the most recent ice-age was triggered by a pole shift...

http://bocksaga.de/frameset_english.htm

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Old 10-10-2008, 10:43 PM   #2
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Default Re: Bock-Saga, the simple truth?

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They have started digging out large underground chambers were written history is supposed to be stored.
Uh, I think they started to just dig some solid cliff and only burned a big amount of money and eventually had to stop. Bummer. Väinämöinen is a Finnish (mythological) god character and Ior Bock... I have sometimes seen him in video or something, and no, he's not the guy you want to listen to. But judge for yourself.

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