The “Frozen Wheel” is clearly the linchpin of the island’s mysterious properties, but what is it really? A likely answer can be found in some of the most esoteric studies of comparative religion as published in Hamlet’s Mill by Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Dechend.
Across the world, there are central themes to the very oldest of religious and occult traditions that are consistent, no matter the geographic location. One example of these is the “Great Flood”, the most familiar example of which is the Old Testament flood of Noah. This story has been passed down through the ages by as many as 100 distinct cultures, all across the globe. Hamlet’s Mill, or Amlodhi’s Quern, is another of these stories.
Appearing as the hourglass-shap…
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