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Otzi the Iceman

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by Seeds - McMoneagle
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Otzi the Iceman by Seeds - McMoneagle

Updated for 2016, this is the only book that scientifically disputes the conventional conclusions about Otzi. Answers are provided concerning where he was from and his circumstances, Why was Otzi in the Alps at 10,500 feet alone? What was his route through the mountains to enter the pass from the North? How did he really die? And most importantly learn why this Neolith had Mesolithic leg structures making him even more historically important. Fascinating insight into a man's life from 5,300 years ago. Heavily documented withy bibliography, former Military Intelligence and multi-decorated remote viewer Joseph McMoneagle provides unobtainable data surrounding Europe's Archaeological Show of the 20th Century that provides what RV language has crept into the scientific rhetoric. Color throughout with 23 photos, 23 illustrations and 5 maps. Mystery solving scientific and archeaological non-fiction.

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Reviewed by Randy Arnold
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]   Date Added: Monday 11 July, 2016

This version of how Otzi died is clearly more plausible than the Museum's Neolithic arrow shot conclusion. This book is loaded with pictures that make the case for why Otzi was at 10,500 feet, where he came from and where he was headed. It will most probably change the nature of the discussion.

Ebook Details
Pages: 188
Size: 18.9 MB
Publisher: Evidential Details
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9780982692875 (DRM-EPUB)

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