Wednesday, June 24, 2015


When the waves were calm
 in the land they left,
the Lenape lived 
together there
in strong hollow houses
with thick roofs.
What did “When the
waves were calm” mean?
.The phrase may have meant "when times were ordinary" or, maybe, when the waters froze.  

But the LENAPE historian knew that most Lenape in America in the 14th century knew Genesis.

In the beginning,
God created
Heaven and Earth.
Genesis ends with the flood story. 
People on the circular Ark
 on the flood waters.

The LENAPE historians may have deliberately attempted to tie their new history to the Genesis story. They may have been "picking up the thread" after the waves of the flood were calm.
Where was, "the land they left?"

Which culture "lived ... in strong hollow houses with thick roofs?"
Of all the ancient arctic cultures, only the Norse lived in rectangular houses.  The Norse used a ridge pole and purloins. Then they laid sod roofs onto their houses.  Rectangular sod walls and a sod roof made for warm "strong hollow houses with thick roofs."
The LENAPE historian used an enduring bit of knowledge to tell us, who his people were.
Modern archaeologist have that knowledge, but, for some reason, they chose not to write about the knowledge in school books so kids can learn.
Thomas E. Lee and Patricia Sutherland searched for rectangular stone patterns.  Those patterns, which are found from the Atlantic coast to the Rockies and from Hudson Bay to the Gulf of Mexico, indicate that Norse were living there.

But Thomas E. Lee was driven out of the Canadian Archaeologists 

 Patricia Sutherland was fired by the Canadian Government and her collection of artifacts was confiscated.

Part of the collection was 30 whetstones.  Archaeologists know that a whetstone is one of the most positive artifacts that indicates the Norse were living there.  Those 30 whetstones are probably now forgotten in the bottom drawers of museums though out Canada.  Kids may never see them.
The English Protestant government of Canada does not want us to know Norse Catholics were rowing boats through out the land seven centuries before the English invaded.
Not many school textbooks tell kids to look for rectangular  patterns under
their feet or whetstones with iron cores.  Writing about them is a "Kiss of Death" to a  professional career, especially in Canada.
_____Part B_____
The LANDVERK Cyrptograms
Landverk stated that Cryptograms were found from ancient churches in Norway, in Iceland, in Greenland, in Labrador, in New England, and in the Mississippi Valley.
Those regions are located along the rowboat route to America.  The boat crews rowed from east to west.
.One thousand years ago, the Mississippi River Basin was a better place to raise kids than the rocky farm land below the snowy peaks of Norway or Greenland.
Landverk may have been seeing the same patterns I was seeing in the LENAPE history words.
Karl Hoenke was going to Iceland.  I said to Karl, "Look there is a pattern here in these stanzas.  These are not poems, but it looks like some kind of pattern.

"You are taking a trip to Iceland.  Ask Valdimar (Samuelson) when you visit him in Iceland, if there is any knowledge of the pattern in Iceland."

Weeks later Valdimar sent the Drottkvaett (Eight Lines) format.  The format has many precise rules but the basic pattern is that there must be an alliteration and a rhyme in every six syllables.
A few weeks later, I sat in the pew at church.  I was pondering why the Drottkvaett format wants an alliteration and a rhyme in every six syllables.  Somebody has to think long and hard to make that happen.
The preacher, Rev. Bill Nebo, was trying to make the Pentecost story more interesting.  He compared the "tongues of flame" to the electric packets of information flying through the air.  He explained that those electronic packets are coded with "bits" so our computers know which ones are valid.
I did not shout "EUREKA." But I skipped the Sunday afternoon nap.  I had deciphered the first stanza of the Maalan Aarum into Old Norse syllables about three years previously.
I really wanted to know, as soon as possible, were those syllables in a Drottkvaett format?
Well about 80% of them were.  The missing syllables indicated where my deciphering was not correct.
. .
Sound packets with the Drottkvaett format (Cryptogams?) are self-verifying stanzas.  Those sounds with alliterations and rhymes is the right places make the stanza valid.
I was "hearing: the syllables that a Norse historian  spoke thousands of miles away and 7 centuries before.
Unlike the nasty English, who wanted to profoundly distort history, the Norse Historian's intent had been to inform-- using a memory stanza--not omit knowledge.
From 1940 to 1956 Reider T. Sherwin made LENAPE/OLD NORSE definitions and wrote what they meant in English.
We can decipher the sounds of the LENAPE history. ONLY if we use LENAPE sounds.  The stanzas of the LENAPE history are self-validating.

Do the professional linguists know this?

Do their paymasters want to keep kids from knowing the Norse Catholics rowed though out North America seven centuries before the English Protestants invaded?

Is that why "Norse" is suppressed in the textbooks, videos get suppressed,  and competent archaeologists, who learn too much, get driven out of the profession
____Part C_____

You should have found this page.
Sherwin's statement, "…the suffixed possessive pronouns, sin, SITvaara …for any of their possessions--which is correct old Norse grammar." should tell any linguist--or school kid-- that the 15,000 LENAPE words in the following seven volumes are also Old Norse.
So why do the linguist professors NOT suggest that the LENAPE language might be Old Norse?

Maybe those linguists know that Thomas E. Lee was driven from the archaeological society, Patricia Sutherland was fired and the video VIKING VISITORS to NORTH AMERICA had been suppressed for thirty-one (31) years.
The evidence is clear.  If a professor mentions "Norse Catholics" were in America before the English invaded," he, or she, has to be willing to give up the professional role they studied so long and hard to earn. Then they may have to find another job--maybe sanitation work.
"The past is gone and cannot be changed."
"Those, who do not 
know the past,
are bound
to repeat it."
SUPPRESED by OMITTING what is known
 profoundly distorts REALITY.
 The LENAPE History has been suppressed for Four centuries.
at the 
____________by omission_________
    V                V
700 ya              Today
Catholics,      Indians
spoke              spoke
Norse   Algonquin
Culture            >500 Nations

of the
and the              >300
BRAVE           Reservations

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1 comment:

  1. I go back as far as Lenape History on my paternal era, in Delaware. I love it.