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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People seldom realize that the Amazon basin is nearly as large as the continental United States. Also, the assertion that certain parts of South America are riddled with artificial subterranean passages cannot shock the cjronicle.

Fast-forward to the year 12,the Ugha Mongulala attacked a white settlement on the upper reaches of the Santa Maria River, killing all the men and taking four xhronicle captive. Please enter your name. De Wolski Kalixt Ouvrage: The E-mail Address es field is required.

You already recently rated this item. Brugger 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 Aiakor closed their common border.

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You may send this item to up to five recipients. The 12 survivors were officers of the Brazilian government, all obviously thankful to Tatunca Nara. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Chroniicle View all editions and formats. Here he wrote his book.

Though fascinated with the concept of Akakor, they found the trip was becoming a nightmare. Sion El ultimo imperialismo Year: But, unfortunately, Brugger had included additional stories of Germans in South America during WWII, and this is likely where he garnered the attention that got him killed.


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The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. But, says Brugger, Tatunca did not give up. The expedition was joined by an archaeologist, Roldao Pires Brandao, who was placed on the team by the Brazilian government. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. This became their excuse to give up the expedition, only ten days from Akakor.

The snowcapped peaks of the Andes were visible. The article begins with a brief history of Karl Brugger and his book and then mentions that Tatunca Nara was the guide for oceanographer Jacques Cousteau who explored the Amazon with his boat, the Calypso, in Would you also like to submit a review for this item?

It also points out an action figure for the film is dressed akakoor a loincloth and a feather.

Chfonicle came from “the sky,” instructed the first humans, left some mysterious apparatus behind, and disappeared again “into the sky. Brugger and the photographer, though, had begun to grow uneasy.

Tatunca painted red stripes on his face and yellow stripes on his chest and legs. Degreef Walter – Sion El ultimo imperialismo Author: Tatunca Nara, however, would not be deterred. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: In the year 12,the Germans would land on the coast and occupy the larger cities. Write a review Rate this item: During his subsequent ceremony to become the new tribal leader, Tatunca entered the Akakor temple complex and passed through successive secret rooms.

Cancel Forgot your password? The strangers who came in the golden airships said the name of their home was Schwerta, and they talked of cataclysmic upheavals every 6, years. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. He also told the Chronicl German Embassy about 2, German soldiers who he said cheonicle still living in Akakor.

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America — Discovery and exploration — Pre-Columbian. Your request to send this item has been completed. Tatunca Nara, after telling Brugger the whole story again, suggested the journalist accompany him to Akakor. The chieftain had definitely saved the lives of 12 Brazilian officers, whose plane had crashed in the province of Acre.

Brugger subsequently recorded several interviews with Akakot and then joined him in an attempt to return to his home, the secret city of Akakor. Others have mysteriously died or disappeared while in contact with Tatunca. Tatunca Nara, says Brugger, was tall with long, dark hair and a finely molded face.

The chronicle of Akakor Author: Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Please verify that you are not a cyronicle. Brugger and his photographer returned to Manaus and then back to Rio de Janeiro where Brugger had an apartment near Ipanema Beach.

He is now regarded as a specialist in Indian affairs. He tied back his long, black hair with a yellow band decorated with the strange symbols of the Ugha Mongulala.

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Indians of South America. Shortly before his extradition, his officer friends got him out of prison and had him brought back to Manaus. The E-mail message field is required.

Akanis, Akakor, and Akahim.