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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After long negotiations, the leaders of Akakor and the Germans agreed to an alliance. Sion El ultimo imperialismo Year: What was it in his writing that had caused someone to want him dead? Preview this item Preview this item.
Three drowned in an attempt to escape on the return to Akakor, but one survived, a German missionary named Reinha. Together they gave birth to Tatunca Nara. These facts, Brugger says he learned, were documented in the archives of the Brazilian Secret Service.
It opens up a dimension that must make even skeptics see akaior the unthinkable is often imaginable. Brugger and his photographer returned to Manaus and then back to Rio de Janeiro where Brugger had an apartment near Ipanema Beach.
Tatunca painted red stripes on his face and yellow stripes akaakor his chest and legs. View all subjects More like this User lists Similar Items.
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The strangers looked very much like men, with fine features, white skin, bluish black hair, and thick beards. Tatunca estimated that the entire trip would take six weeks.
Brugger, a skeptic and a conscientious researcher, listened to the truly incredible story the mestizo told him. Wednesday 4 May This, in itself, defies belief, as no written language, we are told, existed among South American tribes, including the Incas.
But, unfortunately, Brugger had included additional stories of Germans in South America during WWII, and this is likely where he garnered chrnicle attention that got him killed.
The chronicle of Akakor
Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: With their help, Tatunca Nara was granted a Brazilian labor permit and an identity card. He is now regarded as a specialist in Indian affairs. You may send this item to up to five recipients. After having checked it thoroughly, he decided to publish the chronicle he had recorded on tape.
Enormous blasts of fire illuminated the plain. English View ajakor editions and formats. Discovery and exploration, Pre-Columbian. In the year 12,a plane crashed near Akakor. Shortly before his extradition, his officer friends got him out of prison and had him brought back to Manaus.
Chrohicle claims fighting did indeed break out in the Peruvian province of Madre de Dios, and the leader of the Indians was a man named Tatunca who fled to Brazil, and applied for extradition, but the Brazilians refused to cooperate, so Peru closed their common border.
The Indian Protection Service, however, agreed to contact the tribe, but while making preparations in Rio Branco, Tatunca Nara was arrested by local authorities in Acre Province to be sent to Peru to stand trial for the uprising he had led. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es.
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He went on to say that they spoke Quechua, a written language of 1, symbols, all yielding different meanings akskor on their sequence.