Thursday, August 30, 2012

ALLITERATIONS and RHYMES

verify the stanzas because the composer of a stanza had to be clever to put in an alliteration and a rhyme in each six syllables.
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The stanza also had to make sense between the composer and the receiver.  
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If the receiver, anywhere, anytime, could detect an alliteration and a rhyme in every six syllables, then she could be reasonably sure that she was getting all the original syllables that the composer created.
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In the Maalan Aarum, the composer created stanzas, which could be understood by receivers in following generations.  
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We qualify as receivers, because we can still detect the alliterations and rhymes in every six syllables.
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Because we learned an accurate account of past events, we also know that the syllables make sense. So to us, the receivers, the stanzas are self verifying.
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Because we can verify the stanzas, they give us an accurate history of the Lenape Migration, which started 660 years ago.
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We learn from the Maalan Aarum that:
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-    the LENAPE spoke a language similar to Old Norse,
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     the LENAPE were Christians in Mer Rika 880 years ago, and
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     the LENAPE were GRAND FATHERS to many tribes
     in North America.
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LANGUAGE

Oldest American History









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