Thursday, June 5, 2014

The incredible story of who Columbus really was...

Columbus: The Untold Story 
By Manuel Rosa 

Synopsis 
In the book, Columbus: The Untold Story, Manuel Rosa makes a formidable case that disproves almost everything we know about Christopher Columbus or Cristobal Colon as he was known. For instance, Rosa states that Colon was not a peasant, not the wool-weaver the history books have led us to believe. Rather, he was of noble birth, the son of the exiled king of Poland. 
If we’re to believe the historical accounts of Colon, then we should accept that he was a self-taught peasant, a poor sailor who stumbled upon America by blind luck. However, Rosa proves with indisputable facts that Colon was well educated, spoke several languages and was an adept navigator. In fact, Rosa presents the case that Colon had to have been of noble birth. Therefore, he was able to marry into the Portuguese nobility. Even Colon’s brothers and children were given positions within the realm. 
With the help of documents and letters, Rosa clearly offers a sound rebuttal to Cristoforo Colombo, the "Columbus" peasant from Italy. 
The true reason for the deception is covered in great detail in Rosa’s book. As a genius and great navigator, Colon had a mission of his own, something he carried on from his father. His brilliant scheme to persuade the King and Queen of Spain that he could reach India by sail-ing west was a necessity in his work for the King of Portugal. The ruse was a complete success. 
Further, Rosa proposes and then proves that Colon knew that it was an impossibility to reach India by heading west. His mission, according to Rosa, was to divert Spain’s attention from the true India and the spice trade and have the monarchs focus on the New World. This was all done at the behest of Joao II, King of Portugal.  

The recent news stories about the alleged finding of the Santa Maria, Colon’s flagship are inac-curate according to Rosa. Colon intentionally ran the ship aground, and fired a cannonball at the ship while it was on shore. He intentionally disabled the ship and took the pilots with him so that the others could not return to reveal his secret mission. 
Rosa presents us with the facts that Colon was working as a double agent, a spy working for and with the King of Portugal against Spain. He also reveals that Cristobal Colon was a man of many secrets. Rosa reveals those secrets by using even more documentation leaving the reader with little doubt as to who this man was. 
According to Rosa, Colon wrote a book of Prophecies and was especially interested in the Apocalypse. Apparently, Colon had every intention of building an army to conquer the Muslims in the Holy Land. Additionally, Colon hoped to finance the rebuilding of Solomon’s temple. 
The real Colon, as Rosa presents him to us, is far different than one we ever suspected. His was life of intrigue and many secrets. Yet, Rosa seems to have solved the mystery with sound docu-mentation. 
Recently acquired by CMC (June 2014), The Book seeks a publisher. CMC intends to create a variety of multimedia products from the unabridged works of Rosa, including a major studio feature film based on the book. 
For Further Information, Contact 
Alex Burke - Media Relations Aposse Holdings (402)760-1511 
Alex.Burke@AposseDevco.com 

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