Chronicles from the Future

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In 1921, a teacher was failing in health and he fell into a coma for a period of 1 year. While in this unconscious state, he slipped into the future and into the body of another man in the year 3906 AD.

His name was Dienach, and when he came out of his coma, he found himself back in the year 1922. He decided to write a diary of his travel experience but he kept everything close to his chest as he did not want to be considered a lunatic.

Dienach later passes away, but before he did, he gave his work to his favourite student. His name was George Papachatzis who later went on to become Law and Senior Official at Panteion University in Athens Greece.

In 1972, Papachatzis later published Dienach’s diary in the Greek language.

Mr Dienach was not a writer or an author. He was a simple man that had an experience. He would have never dreamed of his works to be published.

This is very important reading and if you are a follower of time travel and are interested in literature based on true events, then I urge you to read this.

 

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In 1921, a teacher was failing in health and he fell into a coma for a period of 1 year. While in this unconscious state, he slipped into the future and into the body of another man in the year 3906 AD.

His name was Dienach, and when he came out of his coma, he found himself back in the year 1922. He decided to write a diary of his travel experience but he kept everything close to his chest as he did not want to be considered a lunatic.

Dienach later passes away, but before he did, he gave his work to his favourite student. His name was George Papachatzis who later went on to become Law and Senior Official at Panteion University in Athens Greece.

In 1972, Papachatzis later published Dienach’s diary in the Greek language.

Mr Dienach was not a writer or an author. He was a simple man that had an experience. He would have never dreamed of his works to be published.

This is very important reading and if you are a follower of time travel and are interested in literature based on true events, then I urge you to read this.

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