Tabula Rogeriana (lit. "The Book of Roger" in Latin), is a description of the world and world map created by the Arab geographer, Muhammad al-Idrisi, in 1154. (wiki)
On the Latinised version of this map by Konrad Miller (1928), "ard al magus" lies in what seems to be the Baltic region, translated by Miller as Zaubererland; magicians-land or Heidenland; heathen-land (source, pp. 148-149). Credit for connecting Ard-al-Magus to OLB-Magí goes to Samppo Puranen from Finland (see below).
|fragment of Miller's copy of Idrisi map (north and south reversed) ~ see blue markings|
In the Oera Linda-book, Mágí and Mágjara are associated with Finna.
According to Goffe Jensma, this is nonsense, and he theorizes that a supposed 19th century creator with this actually parodied orthodox protestants ('fijnen') and their superstition (magical thinking).
On page 111-112 of De Gemaskerde God (2004):
"Deze absurde verbinding van Magi, Magyaren en Finnen ..." (This absurd connection of Magi, Magyars and Finns ...)~~~
"... de historische kolder over Magíaren en Fínnen ..." (the historical nonsense about Magíars and Finns)
The following information was added by mr. Puranen:
(...) that Al-Idrisi places Finns and Magis near to each other (...) has been known amongst Finnish history students for some years now and all credit of that goes to Finnish publication Hermeetikko Nro.1 from 2012, with the accompanying Arabic text translated into Finnish by Sahban Mroueh.Infographics by Samppo Puranen:
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