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READER ë DOC The Triumph of the Sea Gods ↠ STEVEN SORA ↠ An investigation of the geographical incongruities in Homer’s epics locates Troy on the coast of Iberia in a conflict that changed history • Cites the rise in sea level in 1200 BC as leading to the invasion and victory of the Atlantean sea people over thOf rises in sea level that inundated various land masses Atlantis and permitted sea passage to areas previously accessible only by land The “Sea Gods” Atlanteans attacked the tri city region of Troia Troy near present day Lisbon which shortly thereafter fell victim to a devastating series of seauakes and tsunamis The war and the subseuent destructive weather broke the power of this seaboard civilization leading to a wholesale invasion by the sea peoples and the rapid decline of the region’s goddess worshipping culture that had reigned there since Neolithic times Sora shows how Homer’s tales allow the modern world to glimpse this ancient conflict which has been obscured for centuri there were some very interesting ideas in here I wish I was of a linguist so I'd know how accurate the language stuff was

The Triumph of the Sea Gods The War against the Goddess Hidden in Homer's TalesOf rises in sea level that inundated various land masses Atlantis and permitted sea passage to areas previously accessible only by land The “Sea Gods” Atlanteans attacked the tri city region of Troia Troy near present day Lisbon which shortly thereafter fell victim to a devastating series of seauakes and tsunamis The war and the subseuent destructive weather broke the power of this seaboard civilization leading to a wholesale invasion by the sea peoples and the rapid decline of the region’s goddess worshipping culture that had reigned there since Neolithic times Sora shows how Homer’s tales allow the modern world to glimpse this ancient conflict which has been obscured for centuri there were some very interesting ideas in here I wish I was of a linguist so I'd know how accurate the language stuff was

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The Triumph of the Sea Gods: The War against the Goddess Hidden in Homer's Tales é An investigation of the geographical incongruities in Homer’s epics locates Troy on the coast of Iberia in a conflict that changed history • Cites the rise in sea level in 1200 BC as leading to the invasion and victory of the Atlantean sea people over the goddess worshipping Trojans who ruled the coasts • Identifies Troia Troy as part of a tri city area that later became Lisbon Portugal In The Triumph of the Sea Gods Steven Sora argues compellingly that Homer’s tales do not describe adventures in the Mediterranean but are adaptations of Celtic myths that chronicle an Atlantic coastal war that took place off the Iberian Peninsula around 1200 BC It was a war between the pro goddess C If you thought that Homer's tales of the Trojan wars were historical events set in the Mediterranean Sea Steven Sora puts forth some compelling evidence that it's just no so Not only do the tales not fit geographically but there is evidence I found it a fascinating read and thoroughly enjoyed it I would have liked and better maps in the book; that was disappointing as it certainly would help when he's trying to orient the reader to an Eastern Atlantic OceanIberian Coast setting I would also have liked to see him cite his references better He makes some interesting statements that I would like to know where that came from as I would like to know All in all a worthwhile read if you are interested in Homeric studies PDF ì The War against the Goddess Hidden in Homer's Tales À Steven Sora

Steven Sora À The Triumph of the Sea Gods: The War against the Goddess Hidden in Homer's Tales PDF

Steven Sora À The Triumph of the Sea Gods: The War against the Goddess Hidden in Homer's Tales PDF Eltic culture that presided over what is now Portugal and the patriarchal culture of the sea faring Atlanteans The invasion of the Atlantean sea peoples brought destruction to the entire region stretching from Western Europe’s Atlantic border to Egypt Syria and Turkey This was a turning point not only politically but also spiritually The goddess became demonized as seen in myths such as Pandora’s Box in which woman was seen as the source of evil not the origin of life and Homer’s tale of the epic Greek and Trojan war which was triggered by the abduction of a woman The actual historical struggle described in Homer’s stories Sora explains occurred during what was the last in a series An interesting supposition that Atlantis and Troy were both coastal towns on the Iberian Peninsula The author then proceeds to map out Odysseus' voyage in The Odyssey It was an entertaining read but if you are going to put Circe's island in the Orkney Islands and Hades in Iceland a compelling explanation for the wandering rocks would have been that they are icebergs Just my humble opinion