Introducing Icarian Sea Myth-OS Magazine

Myth-OS is an in-depth magazine for the unexplained. Interpret the evidence. Icarian-Sea is your passage to Western civilization.

Online PR News – 21-July-2014 – Icarian Sea – Icarian Sea, Greece, July 21, 2014 -- If you're thinking of extending beyond the scope of normal investigation and into unfamiliar areas, or if you just want to examine the legendary narratives of allegorical myths, follow Myth-OS magazine to ancient Greek isles of the Icarian Sea.

What's Featured in Volume 1:

The Isle of Solomon's Gold
Simon Magus and the Black Popes
Famous Psychic Spy an Alien Agent?
Firstborn of the Illuminati

King Solomon in the Bible was also partial to exotic feminine deities, signifying that he was perhaps a follower of Kore. Jorge Mario Bergoglio became Francis, the 266th Pope. Jesuits were formerly bound by oath not to seek higher office in the Catholic Church. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared in a film talking about his many years of friendship with Uri Geller, who served in the Six-Day War and says he killed a Jordanian soldier to save his own life. During the late 1800s, asexual donor artificial insemination became the corporate merchandise of a new “messiah science” announced by theosophists and occultists.

About the Publisher:
Peter Fotis Kapnistos is a Greek American journalist, editor, and publisher residing in the Eastern Mediterranean islands. After a career in fashion and advertising photography, he turned to journalism. Peter was editor for the "Athens News," Greece's oldest English-language daily newspaper. Peter Fotis Kapnistos worked with Professor Spyridon Marinatos, the archaeologist who excavated the ruins of Akrotiri on the island of Thera (Santorini). Peter was the assistant of Spiros Tsavdaroglou, an administrative photographer for the National Archaeological Museum of Greece. They photographed Minoan and Mycenaean sites and artifacts for Professor Marinatos, who was one of the foremost Hellenic archaeologists of the 20th century. Peter also assisted the team that photographed the royal tomb of Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great, discovered in the 1980s by the archeologist Manolis Andronicus.

Peter Fotis Kapnistos
Icarian Sea, Ikaria, 83300 Greece