THE MATAPAN STORY, An Authentic Historical Event now Documented into Book Form,

By: C E Wheat

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The Author, NSW Australia, 1982. Hardcover, 5½" x 8½", with illustrated board covers. Book in VERY GOOD condition. The author takes the reader to a supposed pirate's treasure, hidden on a peninsula in the Aegean Sea, postulating that it’s the lost treasure of Jerusalem, better known as 'King Solomon's Mines'. In his Introduction the author writes "I further claim that the proof at hand, shown in this book, leads to the original Jerusalem, where Noah built his Ark; where Homer wrote his poems; where King Nestor's Acropoli existed; where the wealthy prince of Jerusalem, Bozas, lived in plush surroundings, in the valley where his beloved grandson fought Goliath, and where today the evidence of gleaming walls is still seen lying in the depths of the sea." Freemasons, archeologists, treasure-hunters and code-breakers may find this book particularly interesting.

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