14 Feb 2023 — An interview was done with Radio Gletsjer in two parts, the first about the Oera Linda book, the second about Jan Ott's personal experiences. [Part 1][Part 2] The Standskrift and Wagumskrift fonts were published, the first based on the letters of the book and the second imitating an inscriptional style. [Store Page][Wiki Page]
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According to the book, the ancient Northern Europeans were called the Fryas and spoke only one language, which they called Fryas — and even “God's language.”
According to the book, the ancient Northern Europeans were not pagan, but believed in only one God, whom they called Wralda (“the Ancient One”).
The book was already attacked and ridiculed from all sides before the first translation was published in 1872.
The book is often called invented (e.g. on Wikipedia), but that would have required archaeological knowledge that people in the 19th century did not have, as well as an impossible amount of effort, time and money with no hope of any gain.