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 +  SIGINT ARCHIVE FILE ID: 8EAT5 W2K6S
 +  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 ​
 +  to···"​
 +  ​
 +  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 
 +  theory.
 +  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.
 +  ​
 +  Continued // PAGE 1 of 2
  
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