New Theory Released in Alexander the Great Burial Mystery

Mar 23, 2009 Full story: www.findingdulcinea.com 42

The tomb of Alexander the Great has been missing for almost 2,000 years, yet one man claims the ancient Greek leader is resting in Australia.

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Lorraine

New York, NY

#1 Mar 23, 2009
Australia!? That's shocking. Looking forward to reading the rest of this article.
Dee Dee

New York, NY

#2 Mar 23, 2009
I guess this will throw fuel to the Macedonian naming debate fire: http://www.findingdulcinea.com/news/Europe/20...
BAGELSAURUS

New York, NY

#3 Mar 23, 2009
Funny, but total bull. There are two chances of Alexander the G. being in Aussieland, and slim's out of town.

Since: Feb 09

Australia

#4 Mar 23, 2009
BAGELSAURUS wrote:
Funny, but total bull. There are two chances of Alexander the G. being in Aussieland, and slim's out of town.
Well all I can say is start looking on google earth...if Lou Batalis is still alive (regardless of his memory), then why not interview him directly!?
The story is obviously promoting the doco, and we will just have to wait see, surely what ever it was that was in ancient greek you can bet on it that the greeks took 100% possession of this and guard it's secret.
Helen

Linden, NJ

#5 Mar 23, 2009
Why guard the secret? Why not announce it to the world and have the tomb, if it is Alexander the Great's, well protected?

Since: Feb 09

Australia

#6 Mar 23, 2009
Helen wrote:
Why guard the secret? Why not announce it to the world and have the tomb, if it is Alexander the Great's, well protected?
The Greeks would then have to admit Alexander The Great was Macedonian!
buddy guy

United States

#7 Mar 23, 2009
Did they ever answer the question: "Who is buried in Grant's tomb?"
Ike

New York, NY

#8 Mar 23, 2009
I don't get how he would have gotten all they way down under.
Zion

Australia

#9 Mar 23, 2009
Who cares, just another bum bandit...
Janet

Oregon City, OR

#10 Mar 23, 2009
Resting in Australia? Turning over in his grave is more like it.
Leah

New York, NY

#11 Mar 29, 2009
I love conspiracy theories. But the whole "You didn't see this. This never happened"-line sounds a little too cinematic... i think somebody's pulling my leg.
Zion

Australia

#12 Mar 29, 2009
Leah wrote:
I love conspiracy theories. But the whole "You didn't see this. This never happened"-line sounds a little too cinematic... i think somebody's pulling my leg.
thats not your leg...

“Just one useless blue pegg ”

Since: Mar 09

Melbourne

#13 Mar 29, 2009
Jimmy Dancer wrote:
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The Greeks would then have to admit Alexander The Great was Macedonian!
Jimmy Dancer
I would have to agree (and by the way I am neither Greek nor Macedonian) with you from documentaries I have watched it appears to me that Alexander was Macedonian, was he not known as the King of the Macedons'? aren't Macedons, Macedonians? can you explain why is it that Greeks think Alexander was Greek?
As for the topic I really do not think that it is true..why would Alexander be left here unless....
if that is the case then Macedonians discovered Australia not the British nor the Dutch, nor the Portuguese...
We would have to rewrite our whole history wouldn't we, at least a good chunk?
Conspiracies.......
Love' em
Tatts

Australia

#14 Mar 29, 2009
Blue Pegg wrote:
pic I really do not think that it is true..why would Alexander be left here unless....
if that is the case then Macedonians discovered Australia not the British nor the Dutch, nor the ...
Love' em
Maybe his particular brand of funk particularly offended the Macedonians, and they were well sick of him even before he was dead?

Just another conspiracy theory I guess.
Govt wants to break you

Australia

#16 Mar 30, 2009
Blue Pegg wrote:
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Jimmy Dancer
I would have to agree (and by the way I am neither Greek nor Macedonian) with you from documentaries I have watched it appears to me that Alexander was Macedonian, was he not known as the King of the Macedons'? aren't Macedons, Macedonians? can you explain why is it that Greeks think Alexander was Greek?
As for the topic I really do not think that it is true..why would Alexander be left here unless....
if that is the case then Macedonians discovered Australia not the British nor the Dutch, nor the Portuguese...
We would have to rewrite our whole history wouldn't we, at least a good chunk?
Conspiracies.......
Love' em
Maybe the Greeks thought he said

'I am Alexander the Greek',

when he actually said

'I am Alexander the Great'!
Zion

Australia

#17 Mar 30, 2009
More like alexander the bum bandit !

He had a habit of using little boys foreskins as chewing gum.

Lets not glorify a poof here. He died from prostate enlargment due to the thrashing in his bum hole.
STFU

Norlane, Australia

#18 Mar 30, 2009
Zion wrote:
More like alexander the bum bandit !
He had a habit of using little boys foreskins as chewing gum.
Lets not glorify a poof here. He died from prostate enlargment due to the thrashing in his bum hole.
You'd know, turd burgular.
Zion

Australia

#19 Mar 30, 2009
STFU wrote:
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You'd know, turd burgular.
Dont talk to your father like that...

“Just one useless blue pegg ”

Since: Mar 09

Melbourne

#20 Mar 30, 2009
Govt wants to break you wrote:
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Maybe the Greeks thought he said
'I am Alexander the Greek',
when he actually said
'I am Alexander the Great'!
That is very funny.
LOLOLOLOLOLOL
Real History

Australia

#21 Mar 30, 2009
Blue Pegg wrote:
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Jimmy Dancer
I would have to agree (and by the way I am neither Greek nor Macedonian) with you from documentaries I have watched it appears to me that Alexander was Macedonian, was he not known as the King of the Macedons'? aren't Macedons, Macedonians? can you explain why is it that Greeks think Alexander was Greek?
As for the topic I really do not think that it is true..why would Alexander be left here unless....
if that is the case then Macedonians discovered Australia not the British nor the Dutch, nor the Portuguese...
We would have to rewrite our whole history wouldn't we, at least a good chunk?
Conspiracies.......
Love' em
Macedonia was one of the City States of Ancient Greece..eg. Corinthians, Thessally, Sparta, Athens et al. He united the Greeks and destroyed the Persian empire which had attcked the Greeks 100 years earlier. He spread Hellenism to the outer reaches of the known World..
Read some history FFS!

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