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Oera Linda Book and the Great Flood [Part 3]


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12 hours ago, Ott said:

Published by the Oera Linda Foundation (Drenthe, NL) this July: Codex Oera Linda - English edition.

Page scan samples here.

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Congratulations with the publishing of your book, Jan!

Of course I want to read what you put down on paper after all our lenghty discussions here on UM.

I'd like to know how I can buy a copy. It's not on Amazon?

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This is an interview with Jan on RedIce about his book:

https://redice.tv/red-ice-radio/ancient-european-prehistory-new-translation-of-the-frisian-oera-linda-book

 

 

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On 7/25/2021 at 8:18 PM, Abramelin said:

I'd like to know how I can buy a copy. It's not on Amazon?

There is an order form on the website. Not on Amazon, because I liked the challenge of doing everything myself (except delivery). I felt bad enough having to make use of Paypal.

The main purpose of the book is to make the texts better accessible and provide a better translation*, not discuss authenticity or earlier translations. (* the first English translation straight from the original language, unlike Sandbach 1876, which was a translation of the first Dutch translation of 1872. Note that other than my posts here and the texts on my blog, my translation was improved by four proofreaders.) Copies will be handed over to Goffe Jensma personally at Tresoar (for himself, Tresoar and University Groningen).

It is the first edition that includes color scans of all 190 manuscript pages (with line numbers), an index of names and a suggested alternative reading order (see page scan samples).

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This is an interview with Jan on RedIce about his book:

I think the first interview (audio only) of 2016 was better.

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9 hours ago, Ott said:

There is an order form on the website. Not on Amazon, because I liked the challenge of doing everything myself (except delivery). I felt bad enough having to make use of Paypal.

The main purpose of the book is to make the texts better accessible and provide a better translation*, not discuss authenticity or earlier translations. (* the first English translation straight from the original language, unlike Sandbach 1876, which was a translation of the first Dutch translation of 1872. Note that other than my posts here and the texts on my blog, my translation was improved by four proofreaders.) Copies will be handed over to Goffe Jensma personally at Tresoar (for himself, Tresoar and University Groningen).

It is the first edition that includes color scans of all 190 manuscript pages (with line numbers), an index of names and a suggested alternative reading order (see page scan samples).

I think the first interview (audio only) of 2016 was better.

Hi Jan

Thanks for the link to the first interview as I have listened to the one Rob  gave good luck

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I have got a copy. It is quite a tome. I have yet to read it. I am busy at other things, and I am ill at the moment and cannot think straight: fever. coughing. I nearly collapsed in a supermarket this afternoon.

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On 7/27/2021 at 1:42 AM, Ott said:

There is an order form on the website. Not on Amazon, because I liked the challenge of doing everything myself (except delivery). I felt bad enough having to make use of Paypal.

The main purpose of the book is to make the texts better accessible and provide a better translation*, not discuss authenticity or earlier translations. (* the first English translation straight from the original language, unlike Sandbach 1876, which was a translation of the first Dutch translation of 1872. Note that other than my posts here and the texts on my blog, my translation was improved by four proofreaders.) Copies will be handed over to Goffe Jensma personally at Tresoar (for himself, Tresoar and University Groningen).

It is the first edition that includes color scans of all 190 manuscript pages (with line numbers), an index of names and a suggested alternative reading order (see page scan samples).

I think the first interview (audio only) of 2016 was better.

I will buy a copy too. The link doesn’t show the order form but I’ll search around. I second the Amazon thing.

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On 8/6/2021 at 3:44 PM, Ell said:

I have got a copy. It is quite a tome. I have yet to read it. I am busy at other things, and I am ill at the moment and cannot think straight: fever. coughing. I nearly collapsed in a supermarket this afternoon.

I have recovered quite nicely. Just the occasional cough at the moment. These past days I have also taken up my daily bicycle ride; not today, though.

I am starting to become intellectually active again.

I will maybe discuss Circe in one of my articles.

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On 8/17/2021 at 6:30 PM, Ell said:

I have recovered quite nicely. Just the occasional cough at the moment. These past days I have also taken up my daily bicycle ride; not today, though.

I am starting to become intellectually active again.

I will maybe discuss Circe in one of my articles.

I hope you feel lots better  Eli.

But I also hope your article won't explain the name "Circe" using the Dutch placename "Zierikzee"...

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Quote from the Wikipage about Circe:

Circe (/ˈsɜːrs/; Ancient Greek: Κίρκη, pronounced [kírkɛː])

 

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For who is interested, there is now a second printed edition as well as an e-book version of the new translation: https://oeralinda.nl/

It does not include color copies of all manuscript pages (as did the 1st edition), but five appendices regarding authenticity question and relevant other sources were added.

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49 minutes ago, Ott said:

For who is interested, there is now a second printed edition as well as an e-book version of the new translation: https://oeralinda.nl/

It does not include color copies of all manuscript pages (as did the 1st edition), but five appendices regarding authenticity question and relevant other sources were added.

3editionsCOLklein.jpg

Hello Jan, welcome back!

Is it still only via PayPal one can order your books?

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15 hours ago, Abramelin said:

Hello Jan, welcome back!

Is it still only via PayPal one can order your books?

Thank you Abramelin. It was never only Paypal. Crypto payments and direct bank transfers are still also possible.

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