About Oera Linda
In 1867 a manuscript surfaced in the Netherlands of what seemed to be a 13th century copy of an older original, now known as the Oera Linda book. It was recorded using an unknown system of lettering and contained laws and histories from an era before our year zero. Its contents puzzled the few who got to see it, as it chronicled the experiences of a people whose culture spread from Northern Europe, to the Mediterranean and into the Far East. The writings were at odds not only with accepted historical traditions, but also with the dominant religious and cultural orthodoxy.