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Lightman and Nagassa analyzed Hank Johnson's thesis on 13Magnus regarding the allegorical nature of myths.

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Intelligence Source: Internet Chat Intercept

LIGHTMAN : I was re-reading Hank Johnson's thesis about 13 MAGNUS . This quote stuck out.

''When you consider the early Bronze Age, imagine a world without maps. How did you know where you were going? 
We need only look to the Aboriginal Songlines in Australia. A song/story would be composed to link a story - 
travel in the mind, with navigation of the land· Now, imagine you are a Phoenician Trader and you wanted to 
communicate this in code . First, you would disguise the object you were searching for and then, as it was a 
superstitious time, you would create a monster. The most obvious example of this is the Golden Fleece. When we 
consider the agricultural conditions of a growing population along the shores of the Nediterranean, there was a 
clear need for food. If we discard the idea that the golden fleece was an animal fur and visualize the 
metaphor, it becomes clear that the Golden Fleece was code for the wheat fields of Asia . The Hydra might have 
been a mythical monster, or it might have been a description of defending tribes which seemed to double each 
time they were attacked. Numerous examples of this exist in the Odyssey: Scylla and Charybdis were coded 
monsters theorized to refer to tin and copper sources in Britain and the Lotus Eaters were clearly a reference 

NAGASSA:   Hank and I talked about the Songlines, his extrapolation, supported by other scholars that the Odysseywas a coded map, was his addition to the conversation.
LIGHTMAN : Suppose we superimpose what we now know about Shaper Glyphs and the Self-Destruct Code onto this 
NAGASSA:   Go on . You've got my attention .
LIGHTMAN : Helen of Troy ... Is she the most beautiful woman in the world, or the most beautiful idea in the world?
A message which brought the downfall of Troy . . .
NAGASSA:   And how are we to interpret the rise of Aeneas?
LIGHTMAN : You're way ahead of me .
NAGASSA:   Suppose that the jewelry Schliemann allegedly found belonged to Helen and contained the Glyphs ·
LIGHTMAN : You're saying that Helen was the Trojan Horse?
NAGASSA:   I realize this sounds insane, but if it's real it explains Odysseus .
LIGHTMAN : So you are saying that the destruction of Troy then led to the rise of consciousness. If only we had the lost Odyssey of Telemachus.
NAGASSA: It might explain where Hank has gone.

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Additional Information

Edgar Allen Wright's Musings- Dr. Wright mentions the Golden Fleece as he muses on the use of monsters and myths as allegories for valuable knowledge.

Golden Fleece

Henrich Schliemann-Allegedly found the lost treasure of Priam from the Illiad.

Lost odyssey of Telemachus- The lost final story in the epic of Odysseus detailing the adventures of his son and the completion of a prophecy.

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