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The Brothers Rjukerooka: A Brief History of the Institute of Blinding Light

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Pages: 200

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: Date:6/1/2008 - Pollinator Press

By: Harmon Leon

According to the modest author, The Brothers Rjukerooka: A Brief History of the Institute of Blinding Light is the greatest story ever — or never — told. This heroic literary mockumentary examines the most overlooked adventurer/explorer duo in Finnish history: the mysterious Rjukerooka brothers, who combine the derring-do of Howard Carter discovering King Tut’s tomb with the zany cluelessness of Sacha Baron Cohen. Until award-winning humorist Harmon Leon "discovered" them, the boys were practically unknown. Now they are getting their just deserts as the innovative founders of the Institute of Blinding Light. Author Harmon spares no detail, credible or otherwise, in this exciting story of Tito and Ingoora. He includes a wealth of supporting material, including bones, documents, shrouds, and "sacred" relics! At a time when religious dogma has become an increasingly powerful force in cultures East and West, Harmon Leon suggests we take a step back and laugh.  


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