TOKYO OLYMPIC 2020

The Lost History of the Ancient Olympic Games

The CHARIOT OF KNOWLEDGE currently published in English is seeking an International Publisher for Portuguese translation and exposure to the 250 Million speakers of this popular romance language.  Even more than the English version this Portuguese translation will further educate these newfound readers into their amazing ‘Celtic-connections’. From their most mysterious ‘Lusitanian-heritage’ of the fundamental festivals of fado, fandango and faena with their ‘ancient Celtic connections’ to theintricate celebrations of the Samhain, Imbolc, Beltane & Lughnasa four annual Celtic seasons.

We will work with our publisher making applicable Celtic story-line modifications for the German (Tuetonic), Spanish (Galecia), French (Gauls), Dutch (Batavia) along with Switzerland (Helvetic) translations.  Publisher willing we will continue with more translations & marketing process - attempting to attract the potential European mass population of almost one billion – all of whom are‘connected’.

The Modern Olympic Games will ‘see’ Tokyo 20-20‘technological advanced vision’ with their launch of our CHARIOT OF KNOWLEDGE, Japanese translation. This being the introduction to the “Eurasian-Celtic-Connections” with almost five billion potential fans consisting of the people populating the land lying between Europe and Asia proper; namely, those made up of Western and Central Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, part of Caucasus, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan – all of whom will be equally stimulated with the exposure to their currently hidden knowledge of the lost history of the;

ANCIENT OLYMPIC GAMES

About the authors

Sandra Rato and her father Ivo Rato worked together in the research and writing of Chariot of Knowledge: The Lost History of the Ancient Olympic Games.

Their investigation of the Ancient Olympics’ secret history is grounded in their Lusitanian (Portuguese Celtic) heritage, and was refined through Sandra’s studies while attaining a Double Degree in archaeology and anthropology at La Trobe University.