Bock Saga – 8 Powers

By Jim Chesnar

In 1984 a Finnish man named Ior Bock came forward and told the world that his family, through thousands of years, passed down an ancient oral tradition — The Family Saga from Strömsö Manor or as it’s more commonly known “The Bock Saga.” The saga explains the origin of man on earth and the origin of the Nordic culture that, according to the tradition, existed long before Babylon and Mesopotamia. Throughout three decades, before his tragic death in 2010, Ior Bock passed on his knowledge to a loyal group of people, consisting of Finns, foreigners, friends and students.  The tradition is a non-conventional history and chronology where the central mythology is found in root language, sounds and words

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6 Responses to Bock Saga – 8 Powers

  1. Landlooper says:

    Ior Bock – TV documentary – 1991

  2. Pingback: Bock Saga - 8 Powers | Christians Anonymous

  3. Landlooper says:

    The Odin Mysteries Project Intro:

  4. Wendy Salter says:

    This is the best! Thank you Landlooper! And your post arrived in perfect time. I was in Helsinki 27 years ago. I have spent 27 years seeking…and I have come full circle. I have come home. Everything I have found now makes perfect sense. Thank you, again.

  5. Landlooper says:

    FORGOTTEN UNDERWORLD, by MAJoramo:

    “The most extraordinary of all Ior Bock’s stories, was the one about the entrance, in Gumbostrand, Finland, to the Underworld of Hel. This spiral-shaped Underworld, Ior Bock said, was created by centrifugal forces at the time of the shaping of this planet. It was later used as a Hall of Records and Esthetics, but the entrance was sealed in 987 AD, in fear of this treasure ending up in the hands of Christian invaders.

    In the summer of 1998 I was the connecting link in a project to look closer at this enigma, to try to open the entrance, and to have the whole thing documented on video. What came out of this project, turned out to be quite different from what I had expected”.

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