Through two of my previous books, what had been accomplished was not just a most plausible recreation of Odysseus’ and Jason’s voyages in the North, but also the discovery of an interlocking logic which simply proves way beyond reasonable doubt that the origin of the tales of Greek Mythology actually was in the High North.
This is a discovery, and not a theory, because it proves itself by its inner logic. It proves that the only geography actually fitting the World of Homer and Apollonius of Rhodes is mostly in the North of Europe, with only the beginning of the story of Jason and the Argonauts placed in the Mediterranean.
I realized through this that not only Ancient Greece, but also Ancient Egypt, as well as part of Genesis, show unmistakable signs of deep and early influence from the High North.
This discovery of lost civilization in Northern Europe is not only absent from the History books, it is also just like the late Finnish Storyteller Ior Bock used to say it was. Initially to my utmost disbelief, but then again, how could it not be? Now it is provably so, as far as I can tell.
Implying that just like the Roman mythology came out of the Greek, the Greek mythology came out of the Norse.
So here is the challenge; prove this wrong, or risk having to include the Lost Civilization of the North in the prehistory part of your paradigm. Either way, you win.
This book includes all previously published material on this particular topic, as well as new and previously unpublished updates. Including more maps, and a list of almost 200 ancient place names, with their modern counterparts, as far as these are presently known.