Temple Excavation

National & International Media Coverage for author Carl Borgen

Global media coverage secured for author and Bock Saga historian Carl Borgen

There has been widespread national and international news coverage for our client, author Carl Borgen

Mr Borgen is regarded as the world’s leading historian on the Bock Saga, an alternative creation myth said to have originated from a forgotten ancient civilisation and revealed by Finnish mystic Ior Bock in the 1980s. 

We told how a small but dedicated group of ‘Bockists’ – adherents of Ior Bock – have been engaged on a decades-long hunt for proof of the Saga, and the world’s largest undiscovered treasure trove.

Excitingly, this hunt for the ‘Lemminkäinen Hoard’, a hidden stash of gold, jewels and ancient artefacts thought to be worth up to £15billion, could soon be over.

The group of 12 would-be archaeologists, collectively dubbed ‘the Temple Twelve’, are now said to be only months away from finding the entrance to the treasure trove … and from pocketing its priceless treasure.

Carl Borgen
Bock Saga historian Carl Borgen is the world’s leading authority on the Lemminkäinen Hoard.
Lemminkäinen Temple
The entrance to the Lemminkäinen Hoard treasure chamber is believed to be located within this cave in Sipoo, Finland.
Temporarily Insane front cover
Carl Borgen is the author of Temporarily Insane, which chronicles the remarkable real-life story of the Temple Twelve and their search for the Lemminkäinen Hoard.

Their bounty is believed to contain over 50,000 gemstones including rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds, and at least 1,000 antiquities dating back thousands of years, including several life-size statues in human form made of solid 18-carat gold.

The hoard, which is said to be entombed in an underground temple in Sipoo, Finland, has proved elusive for more than three decades, with countless official explorations and the efforts of more than 100 professional prospectors from across the world failing to find it. 

But now, after 34 years and more than 100,000 hours of painstaking excavation, the group of 12 “penniless” friends reckon they are on the verge of hitting the jackpot.

The news story has generated significant national media coverage with the likes of the Daily Mail Online, The Sun, Daily Mirror, Daily Star, Metro (print), and LADbible.

It has also been reported by international media including the Irish Mirror, News 24 (France), New York Post, India Times, and Vietnamese newspaper NguoiDuaTin, and many more. 

Mr Borgen details the Temple Twelve’s remarkable quest in his new book Temporarily Insane, which is out now.

For all media enquiries, including interviews with Carl Borgen and complimentary review copies of Temporarily Insane, please contact publicist Anthony Harvison.

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