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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

DOCTRINE of DISCOVERY

.Doctrine of Discovery
Papal Bulls of the 15th century gave Christian explorers the right to claim lands they "discovered" and lay claim to those lands for their Christian Monarchs. Any land that was not inhabited by Christians was available to be "discovered", claimed, and exploited. If the "pagan" inhabitants could be converted, they might be spared. If not, they could be enslaved or killed
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The 17th century English knew that
the Americans were Catholics,
who spoke Norse.
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But the English hoped that, if they suppressed that knowledge by omitting it from publication, then they could claim that the Americans were savage pagans, which could be enslaved or killed.

AGE of DISCOVERY

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia,
The Age of Discovery, or the Age of Exploration, from the end of the 15th century to the 18th century, was an informal and loosely defined European historical period marking the time period in which extensive overseas exploration emerged as a powerful factor in European culture and the beginning of globalization.
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It also marks the rise of the period of widespread adoption in Europe of colonialism and mercantilism. Many lands previously unknown to Europeans were discovered during this period, though most were already inhabited.
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From the perspective of many non-Europeans, the Age of Discovery marked the arrival of invaders from previously unknown continents.

Monday, November 13, 2017

AMERICAN HISTORY ORG., UPDATE 1

AMERICA HISTORY
UPDATE 1
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Drafted organization.
Proposed Six leader roles.
   Filled three.
       Scout leader
       American
           Leader
        International
            Leader
   Invited one more.
Ready for business.
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ULTIMATE GOAL:
PROFESSORS IN MANY UNIVERSITIES SHOULD TEACH AMERICAN HISTORY.
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OUR MOTOL:
When the English invaded,
Most Americans spoke Norse.
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FIRST ACTION
OHIO STATE LINGUISTS
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A month ago, I sent the following letter to the Ohio State Linguists.
Hi, Linguistic faculty
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I have a Ph. D. in Engineering.  I was listed in Who’s Who in Engineering (1967). 
Why are NOT those qualifications adequate to open a conversation with a DISTINGUISHED Linguistic professor at OHIO state?
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Why has the Linguistic department suppressed the knowledge that the origin of the Algonquin Indian Language is OLD NORSE?
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Do you want to be NEXT or LAST to publish the TRUE information about the .merican Language?
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Is the OHIO faculty teaching LENAPE HISTORY now?
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If not, Your faculty can be NEXT — or LAST!
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MYRON, @ LENAPE LAND
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See Also:
MOST AMERICANS SPOKE NORSE.
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The monthly page views of my five blogs
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LENAPE LAND
PARADIGM SHIFT
LENAPE LEARNING
LENAPE EPIC
WYNLAND of WEST

ARE EVIDENCE THAT PROFESSORS PEEK AT POSTS BUT DO NOT REPLAY.
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BUT IN FACT, AFTER ANOTHER POKE, ONE LINGUIST PROFESSOR  FROM OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY DID REPLY.  HERE IS HIS EMAIL.
On Nov 11, 2017, at 7:08 PM, Joseph, Brian <joseph.1@osu.edu> wrote:
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The “evidence" that purportedly links Algonquin with Norse does not measure up to the scientific standards of historical linguistics, so there is nothing to remark upon.  See the review of Sherwin’s book that was written by Albert M. Sturtevant, a fine historical linguist with impeccable scientific credentials, especially as far as Old Norse is concerned, in Scandinavian Studies vol. 16 (1940), pp. 114-116.  Sturtevant makes it clear that there is no basis grounded in sound historical linguistic methodology for Sherwin’s clai.ms.
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Brian D. Joseph
Distinguished University Professor of Linguistics  
The Ohio State University
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Here is my reply:
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.Thanks, Brian.
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For opening the discussion.
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I will try to find Albert M. Sturtevant’s review of Reider T. Sherwin’s book.
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Sturtevant’s review was written in 1940, which was when Sherwin’s FIRST volume was published.  

Sherwin, himself, waited until the forward of the fourth volume before he would write, “the Algonquin Indian language is Old Norse. … The truth cannot be successfully attacked."
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Sherwin added more than 6,000 Algonquin=Norse comparisons by 1946.
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So we have a difference of opinion.  There IS a basis in sound historical linguistic methodology for Sherwin’s claims.
 
Those 6,000 additional words Sherwin added by 1946 plus the 7,000 Algonquin=Norse words Sherwin added in the following four volumes up to 1956 MUST be examined.
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I contend that "scientific standards of historical linguistics” cannot be fulfilled on the basis of only one review of only the first 2,000
Algonauin=Norse comparisons of a 15,000 thousand words data set.
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I will send you reasons why others who studied Sherwin’s  words have concluded there is a historical basis for Sherwin’s claims.
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I appreciate the discussion. 
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MYRON, @ LENAPE LAND
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American History Org. is on the path.

Have a good one.


Friday, November 10, 2017

PROFILE of VANG BACH

VANG BACH
EDUCATION
Danish Navy
Copenagen, Denmark                       
Arkansas State University
Historien d'art, Jonesboro, Arkansas

Role: 
To monitor International posts for evidence to support the AHO.  
To engage International authors to discuss AHO.


Thursday, November 9, 2017

SWEDISH VERSION of SETTLEMENT

This is a new post by Eleonora of Sweden. ...
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 The Norse Greenlanders, Swedes, Icelandic (people), Scots and a few Dutch were living not far away (from Jamestown).
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According to preserved documents they lived closer to the Atlantic from around 1020 AD and on to (when) the English first arrived.

One of the books written in 1130's was given in one copy to the King of Norway and one to the Pope.
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(The book may have been written by Bishop Eric Gnuppsen (Henricus)).
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Add to that the Diary of Bishop Eric (Gnuppsen) who wrote that after returning from the real Korsnes to Iceland where he died of pnemonia.
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Then in Spring 1364 AD Ivar Bardarson gave the tithes for Korsnes as well as for the other diocese under Gardar, south of what later came to be known as Hudson Bay, to a Cardinal later to become a Pope.
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At same time Nicholas of Lynn gave the Norwegian King a cartographic map of North America.
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All this would have been known hadn't the graving etsing (?) man in Flanders mirrored North America on the globe.
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We, in Sweden, have among our Royal Treasure, "Riks├Ąpplet," (which was) made to be held by King Erik during his coronation.
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In his speech he referred to it saying that he was given the rights to rule over "all of the Northern Hemisphere."
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As for graves in Jamestown, one was found to contain a relic shrine, (which) caused many … questions for the archaeologists, who aren't familiar with much more than the Icelandic Sagas.
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Same shrine was brought to Korsnes due to gift to the dioce from the Pope to replace what had been destroyed by pirates between 1490 and 1520.
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(The “pirates” may have been Englishmen, who were making a determined effort to remove Scandinavian evidence.)
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The shrine was sent via the Danish King (King of the Calmar union) and brought by ship to Korsnes via Orkney.
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 I guess that it had been found by the early Englishman travelling around Jamestown.
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(Actually, Frobisher and his men on the fools gold adventure(of 1587) were more than likely to have found the shrine.)
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  Oh btw … the first English Governor wrote to Queen Elizabeth I that the Swedes were there before the English and before the Dutch.
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All this information supports the paradigm that
When the English invaded,
Most Americans spoke Norse.
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The English profoundly distorted history to make the world believe that only pagans, who could be enslaved or killed, lived in America when Columbus sailed.
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Our challenge is to get this material, and even more evidence, published in school textbooks.
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HOW CAN WE DO THAT IN THE NEXT GENERATION?


PROFILE of AIDON AKELAS

AIDON AAKELAS
NEW SOUTH WALES
Aidon has written a sequel to the Frozen Trail to Mer Rica Books.

Because of his interest in the LENAPE history, he continually finds posts by international atuthos.  Many of his finds can be found via the LENAPE History links.
Many of those posts call themselves the "smoking gun" evidence that Columbus was NOT first.