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The Bock Saga vs. the Lord of the Rings

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Terra Sohns
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« on: June 14, 2009, 03:02:11 am »



TEMPLE EXCAVATION

Proof of the Bock Sa-Ga is to be found in Lemminkäinen Temple and the Bock family treasure chambers. The entrance lies deep beneath the earth, 30 kilometres east of Helsinki (HEL) in Finland.

Prior to 1987, a group of people came together and formed a partnership known as the "Positive Foundation" and began excavations to reach the Temple. In the Foundation booklet they report that "we had information that the entrance was sealed with big stone blocks. Indeed we found three perfectly cut stone plates piled one on the other. The plates were about 5 meters long, 4 meters wide and 1.5 meters thick. After removal, at the bottom of the monolith we found two more stones of about 4 meters x 2, 5 meters x 1 meter. These stones fit the former entrance exactly. Behind these stones, we expected to find a big room, the so-called water lock. However, this room was filled with cement-like mass."

The excavation team had achieved a tunnel of over 40 meters deep, 6 meters wide and 3 meters high, descending in a gradient of about 15 degrees. According to information provided by Ior Bock, the hall should end in a room from which three corridors are accessed with the middle corridor leading to the upper dome of the Temple. The cost of further excavation exceeded the Foundation's budget. The Finnish Government and Board of Antiquities were unwilling to step forward with funding, help or support.

In 1991, the Foundation's last sponsor stopped supporting the project. Later that same year, a geophysical analysis of the location was conducted using a Sub-surface Radar System (S.I.R.). Twenty-five meters below the ground, at a coordinate designated by Ior Bock, the radar system picked up a dome shaped hollow space with a roof potentially made of metal. A picture of the ground condition at the excavation site indicated that there were only a few meters of excavation needed before a break through could be achieved. At this time, February 2002, this breakthrough has not yet been achieved.

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