New Research May Answer Questions Surrounding Ötzi the Iceman

His home base, journey trail and cause of death are revealed for the first time.

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Mr. McMoneagle was awarded the United States Legion of Merit Medal for making 'key contributions' to the Armed Forces.

(PRWEB) November 09, 2010

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 9, 2010 -- The Logistics News Network, llc. has learned that a book has been released answering many of the secrets surrounding the ancient iceman known as Ötzi , who was unearthed in the Italian Alps in 1991. The major mysteries surrounding Ötzi the Iceman remain his identity, why he died at +3200 meters in the Italian Alps, and could his cultural sphere be narrowed to a previously identified Neolithic group. “Ötzi’s circumstances were different than the current body of Neolithic thought,” said Seeds. “As it turned out, over the last 20 year period, there very little that is at variance with scientific analysis. It is just that his ending is different."

The basis for this information is the decorated military intelligence officer and legendary psychic remote viewer Joseph McMoneagle. Author S.J. Seeds provided targeting coordinates for remote viewing sessions on the mummy in 1998. The basis for the information is a remote viewing process known as ‘entropy’. The Army’s Legion of Merit Medal recipient, Mr. McMoneagle, was then able to remote view the man when he was alive.

After comparing the maps McMoneagle provided, with the Western Alps valleys and ridge lines, Ötzi’s home base emerged as the eastern end of the Langtaufers Valley, putting his camp in the little town of Melago, Italy. “He was out looking for a place for his kinship group to move,” said Seeds. “Based on the flanges on Ötzi’s pure copper head axe the Remedello culture was sited as his adversarial group. They had migrated into an area that included the entrance to the Langtaufers valley. Since 1950 this area has been submerged by a power reservoir called Lake Resia.”

The book contains sections documenting Ötzi’s home life, the reason he was alone on this trip and reveals the ‘single dominant mechanism’ leading to his violent death on the Austrian/Italian border. Modern Alps trail numbers are provided as his path is reconstructed over what McMoneagle says was an eight day journey. And amazingly, since military intelligence remote viewers were routinely tasked with drawing criminal hideouts, McMoneagle provides a remarkable sketch of Ötzi’s hut just as he would have for the Pentagon in the storied Operation Stargate days.

Toward the end of the book, the reason Otzi wound up in the rock trench called the Tisenjoch Saddle is made clear. “The violent way he died answers the questions about why there was no healing calcification in his broken bones and no putrefaction.” said Seeds. Included is a real time live portrait of the man and drawings of many of his tools before they were broken. The Museum requested rights to use his portrait during their upcoming 20th Anniversary Celebration..

What seemed interesting, in this unique book, is the way the Iceman is humanized. It will be interesting is to see if this narrative stands the test of archaeological scrutiny. But, because of what appears to be common sense death scenario, this data could help academic community. However it shakes out, it appears new information has been brought forward that could not have been obtained in any other way. The Evidential Details Series; 216 pages; 44 pictures or illustrations – 19 color; ISBN 978-0-9826928-1-3; http://www.LNN1.com.

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