Dear followers of Hyperborea Exists. After years of hard work, the moment has finally arrived. Three years have passed since I started this window onto the world about my research, and now the end is in sight. This Thursday I’m going to present my work to the Norwegian government’s Science and Research Commission in Oslo. During the presentation, I’ll set out the irrefutable evidence that we’ve gathered over more than ten years of research.
|Graphic representation of the Gar rune. This symbol has been a constant in my research on the Hyperborean civilization.
You have only joined me for three years of the journey, but for Olve, Geir and me practically our whole adult lives have been dedicated to this project. I passionately and objectively believe in the authenticity of our evidence and the conclusions we have drawn. I just hope I can make the Norwegian government understand so that we are granted the funds we need to take the final step. Right now, we are convinced not only that the mythical civilization of Hyperborea existed, but that we know its exact location. We will use the funds to travel to this location and launch an ambitious programme of underwater prospecting that will unveil one of humanity’s greatest mysteries.
There are many unknown factors, but one thing is certain: the truth is out there, waiting for us, in the ruins of Hyperborea beneath the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. I appreciate that the scientific community and society will struggle to understand the impact of this discovery. I know that plenty of people will reject our ideas, call us crazy, perhaps. We’re used to that by now. But our theories are supported by hard evidence and scientific facts. Quantifiable data that cannot be faked. I swear that we won’t give up, I won’t give up. Humanity needs to know what happened to its first advanced society. Why did it disappear? Was it responsible for the disappearance of the Neanderthals? Are modern humans the descendants of a union between Homo sapiens and Hyperboreans? What type of cataclysm or calamity could have destroyed this lost civilization? If I receive the funds I will be requesting in the meeting, I hope to be able to answer these questions and many more.
Before I take this bold step forwards, I’d like to thank you all for your support. All of you. From those who have been following Hyperborea Exists from the beginning to those who have just joined. The other day I was talking to a Spanish friend who works in online communications, saying that it is amazing what you can do with the internet these days. Bringing together millions of strangers from around the world, just by writing. I’m proud to say that this Thursday I won’t just be appearing alone before the Norwegian parliament. You will all be there with me, in every word, every sentence. I won’t let you down. One way or another, the world will learn that Hyperborea really existed.
Best wishes to you all.
Professor Jorgen Hågensen