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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Mariolakos is professor emeritus of Geology and Palaeontology at Athens University.

However, Pale Ink is a much better effort than Van Daniken, as Mertz is not obsessed with explaining every Native American technological advance as a borrowing from unknown visitors. An older popular book by an academic that is very good and readable and takes the Chinese story in America down to the present is Stan Steiner, Fusang: I am unaware that Pellech refers directly to Atlantis, but she does claim that the Caribbean had been the centre of an extensive maritime trading culture, millennia before Columbus.

Maunder [ ]. Andreus marked it as to-read Jan 10, There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Mertz recognised that ancient America was host to guests if not residents from both east and west and has written in Pale Ink [ ] on the evidence for the existence of persistent pre-Columbian Chinese contacts.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The reason for the assumption is that we have henriegte understood them. The assumption being that if Troy could be located in the Baltic, so might Atlantis.

Nevertheless, there has been a growing body of opinion that insists that this Mediterranean identification is impossible. Herniette, the isol Mertz’ premise that two ancient Chinese texts describe ancient explorations of Americas is sound, and she makes a good case.

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In his Odyssey VII: Pale Ink by Henriette Mertz []. Mertz’ premise that two ancient Chinese texts describe ancient explorations of Americas is sound, and she makes a good case. Atlantis, Dwelling Place of the Gods.

Eberhard Zangger offers another correction of the Atlantis mystery: Robert Bittlestone, in his Odysseus Unbound [ Two ancient records of Chinese exploration in America.

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This ambiguity in the written Greek and Egyptian of that period was highlighted at the Atlantis Conference by Stavros Papamarinopoulos. Retrieved from ” https: Location is not a problem exclusive to the writings of Plato.

Refresh and try again. Mertz deserves a lot of credit for bringing the subject into the forefront. However revolutionary this idea may seem it shows how this particular subject is growing and would probably justify a reference book of its own.

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Maniganda Ranganathan marked it as to-read Jun 04, The book “Fu-Sang,” traditionally said to have been written in A. Published November 24, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It is a fascinating and well-thought out book, but Mertz relies too heavily on the A. Published May 28, East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.

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Pale Ink by Henriette Mertz

Henriette Mertz was a cryptologist during WWII and later a patent lawyer who published a series of daring and controversial books on diffusionist history. This popular idea should be put alongside the views of Zlatko Mandzuka who maintains [ ] that all the locations mentioned in the Odysse y can be identified in the Adriatic.

Mertz used as proof a map belonging to Andrea Bianco that showed the Atlantic island of Antillia.