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Saturday, April 23, 2016


The Catholics, who spoke Old Norse,

were rowing into America by AD 1150. 
 They called themselves  LENAPE.
LENAPE means "Abide with the pure."
The French called the Lenape Language, "Algonquin."
followed the COPPER HAULERS route,

which was in use from 2,200 BC on.

I-94 in runs along the Copper Haulers route.

Lake Alexander was the hub.  Boats from the west were pulled upstream to rendezvous with their cargo carried overland.  A dam and dikes at Lake ALEXANDRIA were made by the Copper Haulers so the porters could load the boats 17 miles further west.

When the boats, crew, and cargo went down the water passage around the dam, their first stop would have been Minneapolis to load the boats with about 5 tons per boat of copper.  

Then they floated down the Mississippi to Batesville, Memphis, or they went on to Guatemala to wait for the Atlantic hurricane season to pass before they rode the Gulf Stream back to England.

For 1.700 years The copper was converted to bronze in England.   People in Europe called the era the "Bronze Age." The history of England surely should have included information on how the copper arrived--unless for some odd reason, the information was suppressed.

The  Great Orme copper mining site in Englans was not discovered until 1987.  The amount of copper mmined from the Great Orme would have been pitifully small compared to the copper from the 10,000 pits around Lake Superior.

According to the textbooks the world had a Bronze Age.  We know where the tin came from.  But we cannot find where the copper came from.  Why?

Bronze is nine parts copper and one part tin.  The English historians knew were the tin mines were.  There should have been nine times as many copper mines?  Where?   Why did the English historians not know where the copper came from?  They probably did.  

There is written text that the first English explorers looked for copper mines during the first years of the invasion.  The 17th century English knew the copper came from the land in the west, but the information appears to been suppressed.  Why?

No Englishman appears to have been concerned with the loss of the source of 9/10 of the weight of the Bronze artifacts.  Or maybe they were concerned and did not want anyone to know the copper came on boats from the west.  That information would have ruined the "New World" paradigm England wanted to promote.

Then, even though they had the LOK MAP, which told them that Norse were in America, the English chose to write that Columbus was the first man from the east side of the Atlantic to discover the "New World."

That false but strongly advocated paradigm enabled English historians to ignore all Norse artifacts and any mention of Catholics, who spoke Old Norse, standing on the shore in the New World.

What are we going to believe: 
the stuff the honorable
 English historians left out 
or our own lying eyes?

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