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Thursday, December 12, 2013


They do not teach the 
Norse Catholic - Lenape-Shawnee 
History in school.
The Norse Catholics - Lenape-Shawnee history is one of more than a dozen plausible histories of North America, which are supported by evidence.  
In AD 1,300 there were people in four regions in North America of Norse Catholics, who called themselves "Lenape." Those regions were:

        Greenland, which had 18 churches.  
             The remains of some still exist.
        Wynland (Vinland) of West, 
              centered on Ulen MN.  
              The Kensington Rune Stone 
                      has Catholic phases.
             An altar still exists 
                      at Sauk Center MN.
         Norumbega (Norway) which still has
               the remains of two churches, 
                  one in Newark RI 
                  and one in Boston, MA,
         Henricus, VA, where there was a
              "magnificent church."

In AD 1610 English captured the 
              "magnificent church at Henricus.

In AD 1612 English destroyed 13th century
               churches along the Atlantic coast.

In AD 1616 English Prince Charles changed
               Norumbega to New England.

From AD 1610 t0 1720 the English exterminated
              Norse Catholics on the Atlantic coast.

In 1685 the King of England was again Catholic.
             The king was looking for reasons to take
              away the charter of the Colonies.

              The English in America purged all
               evidence of Norse in America.

Information about these  Norse Catholic-Lenape regions and the other plausible histories are not taught in schools, because the Columbus was first myth is.
About 1685 the Puritans began to teach the Columbus was first myth in their religious schools.  By using this propaganda, the Puritans covered up the massacre of thousands of Norse Catholics in the Second Puritan War.   The truth is that the American Indians, which the Puritans called “savages” were, in fact, Norse Catholics.  The word Naucet is a French spelling of the word "Norse".  The English pronounced the French silent "t."
The Puritan thinking was that if Columbus was the first European to discover America, then the agents of James II, a Catholic King of England, could not find evidence that Norse Catholics had been there first.  If the Columbus myth was advocated as true history, Norse Catholics could not have been in New England.
At the time Harvard, under the guidance of the Puritans, was the only print facility in colonial America. The printed educational material went to Puritan religious schools.  A century later the Puritan religious schools became the model of the U.S. public schools.
The Columbus was first myth was firmly entrenched in school curriculum as the invasion of America continued for two hundred more years.  The invasion of America was "won" when four machine guns massacred about 200 people, mostly women and children at Wounded Knee, South Dakota.  All other Americans with plausible ancestral connections to other lands were lumped into the word "Savage." 
American Presidents until Franklin Roosevelt quoted the phrase,"The only good Indian is a dead Indian."
The history profession does not have a procedure that vets newly discovered evidence and revises early American history.
So the Columbus was first myth continues to create profound distortion of the true history of America.  Some scholars claim there was a Columbus Conspiracy.  The Norse presence in America has been actively suppressed. Evidence of other explorers of America is ignored.  The whole Isolationists-Diffusionists academic debate has been bogus from the beginning.
The schools will continue to teach the Columbus was First myth contrary to tons of evidence and reams of testimony, because nobody, especially the historians themselves, really cares.
Scholars, who find a plausible histories supported by evidence, will also find that those histories are more valid than the myth.  Those histories fit into the mosaic of early American history--if the Columbus was First myth is put aside.  

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