Atland comments :
There are numerous reasons that I do not think that the Oera Linda Book is
a hoax. Certain things could not have been known by the Oera Linda
family at the time of writing, e.g. the houses on piles around the Swiss
Most interesting to me was the tale of the founding of Tyre. Let us
consider: Tyre was known to us only from Biblical writings. At least
a dozen places in the Bible, Tyre is described as being in "the midst
of the seas." The 'namesake' on the coast of Palestine is NOT
in the midst of the seas; not even in the midst of A sea.
All reasonable men know that in order for a city to be a "Mart of
Nations" (Biblical description), and host hundreds of ships, there
must be a large port of some kind, such as a bay or a river port.
The ramshackle town in Palestine called Tyre has nothing of the kind, nor
has it ever had. This is more theological "claptrap".
Theological map makers took a vacant map and taking names out of the
Bible, filled that map with unknown places to suit their orthodoxy and we
have been "horn-swaggled" ever since. Had the Palestinian Tyre
been for real, Herodotus would have gone there and wrote about it.
As would have others.
It surely makes sense that the real Tyre was composed of two large bays,
or inlets? Only by this means could a city be a Mart of Nations.
Nor do I have any doubt about the sea king INKA, who sailed off into the
Atlantic, being the founder of the INCA nation. Author Harold
Wilkins tells of white tribes in the mountains of S. America who speak
pure Gaelic to this day. There are many photos of so-called
"white Indians" in the southern hemisphere.
The Oera Linda chronicles deserve a closer look as does some of our
"orthodox history" which is pure bunk.