This might just do the trick for you, if that's the case. It might just take you a bit longer than just a day, however! I have a feeling that this little book might make for some interesting reading, if you have the time to spend trying to get through it.
Oera Linda Book
The Oera Linda Book is a controversial Frisian manuscript covering historical, mythological, and religious themes that first came to light in the 19th century. Themes running through the Oera Linda Book include catastrophism, nationalism, matriarchy, and mythology. The text alleges that Europe and other lands were, for most of their history, ruled by a succession of folk-mothers presiding over a hierarchical order of celibate priestesses dedicated to the goddess Frya, daughter of the supreme god Wr-alda and Irtha, the earth mother. The claim is also made that this Frisian civilization possessed an alphabet which was the ancestor of Greek and Phoenician alphabets. The current manuscript carries a date of 1256. Internal claims suggest that it is a copy of older manuscripts that, if genuine, would have been written by multiple people between 2194 BC and AD 8
I told you this might take a little longer than a day! Could be some dry reading, if you ask me...but what do I know?
Coffee in the kitchen this morning. Biscuits and sausage patties on the side, OK?