Saturday, June 11, 2016

ANSWERS to WEEK 5 THE RULING PRIEST

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THE LENAPE HISTORY
OF AMERICA,
AD 1000 TO  1363
The man, who ruled in that old, northern land
that they all left, was baptized to be pure.
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What does the mound represent?
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GREENLAND
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What are the horizontal lines with vertical ends?
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The Captain’s chair.
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 Nordic rowers had a bench without handles.  They sat in place and rowed for four hours at a time.  The Captain’s chair had handles.  The Captain could move his chair round the ship to find the best spot for comfort or observation.  The pictograph showing the captain’s chair implies 1) the man, who made the drawing knew about Norse sailing customs and 2) a man sitting in the captain’s chair was the ultimate person in control.
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How do we know the man was a
 Roman Catholic Bishop?
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By the vertical seam representing a Bishop’s robe instead of a belt and, of course, the “Father, Son, and Holy Ghost” hair-do.  Besides those indicators, the man is fat in a region where most people were not.  That may indicate that the Ruler did not get much exercise.
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One of the first acts of the English at Jamestown was to equip 300 men with heavy armor, which could deflect longbow arrows.  Those armored men destroyed every village, killed the men and raped all the women they could catch, between Jamestown and the place shown to the south east of RICHMOND, VI



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At HENRICO stood a ‘’MAGNIFICENT CHURCH,” which the English claimed they built.
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The pictograph shows a “Ruling Priest” along the coast of a land, which could be America.   

Could HENRICUS have rowed down the Atlantic Coast to the James River?
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The voyage would have been possible.  There was a monument further south which blond haired, blue-eyed natives worshipped.  The “meeting place” crosses are another indication of Christian Influence.  The Mother of Jesus figures destroyed by the same 300 men are yet another item lost to school textbooks.  My paradigm is that HENRICUS did make it to HENRICO and that he was fully capable of building a Magnificent Church.  He could row and he had made Churches before.

PART B: SPIRIT POND

I have moved the TEXT for the Spirit Pond Stones to this Link.  


When you contact an educator, please use this web site address:
http://myronpaine.blogspot.com/2017/02/spirit-pond-stones-versus-pristine.html

__PART C, LENAPE_
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Now, you know the syllable “LEN” or ‘”LIN” means "PURE" as in “Baptized to be PURE."  

How many LENAPE tribes can you find on this map that you can say with some strong belief were “BAPTIZED to be CHRISTIAN?”
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http://lenape-epic.blogspot.com/2012/01/tribes-evolved-from-norse-christian.html

Lenape grandfather's Tribes:
     With LIN or LEN in their names.
          IlLINois
         Ass(L)ENapolis
         LENape

     Shortened name of Lenape
     Shawnee = Southern LENape
          VA Shawnee
           NC Shawnee
           GA Shawnee
With Lenape heritage
     Blackfeet
     Gross Ventra
     Arapaho
     Cheyenne
     Iowa
     Miami
     Missouri
     Sasqauhanock
     Nanticoke
     Coney
     Nausea
      & other "Algonquin"
      speaking tribes.
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LOOK up RENAPE in the VIKING and the RED MAN. (VOLUME 1)

YOU SHOULD HAVE FOUND THE FOLLOWING TWO PAGES IN GENERAL VOLCABUARY OF VRM VOLUME 1.

What other well-known culture may have been Christian?

The "Christinaux" through out the center of Canada, south of the Christian Sea (a.k.a "Hudson Bay") were Christians.
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The Eskimos call themselves "Inuit."  The original name may have been "LINuit."   They may have been Christians when the environment forced them to move away from Greenland.
“You swarm of buzzers,
which little bit will you snicker at?
I told you we had a ruling priest
                          in the light on the other side.
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Why were the buzzers snickering?
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In AD 1831, the LENAPE man, who was saying the LENPAE WORDS and helping to translate them to English, probably knew more English than the Moravian Missionaries knew LENAPE.  The Missionaries knew “mission LEANAPE,” where the people in the mission chose to speak simple LENAPE words in short phrases so the missionaries could understand. 
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But the LENAPE man reciting the stanza’s was hearing the Moravians talk about “snakes” where there were no snakes and “Turtle men” instead of a man “baptized to be PURE.”
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Under those circumstances I would have had anger too. 

Who was the ruling priest “in the light?”
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The Ruling Priest was Bishop Eric Gnuppson, who was nicknamed “Henricus.”  The Iceland, Norway, and Vatican documents all record his departure from Greenland in AD 1121, after he built a Church for a Bishop in Nuke, Greenland.
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Why is the boat out of the water?”
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I call the pictograph a “visual pun.”  The LENAPE sounds for “ABOVE” are nearly the same as the sounds for “IN THE LIGHT.”  Those sounds are needed to make the Stanza self-validating.
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I think the person, who drew the pictograph, was sending a visual clue to the LENAPE MAN, who would recite the stanza.  The clue was for the LENAPE MAN to use the syllables for “IN THE LIGHT.”

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Whether the first two lines of this stanza were carefully composed by the LENAPE speaker in AD1831 or whether the Moravian Missionaries copied the sounds of a man scolding them is not really important. 
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What is important is that the LENAPE people, who later heard these sounds, were alerted to the situation that the stanzas with snakes, turtles, and other strange things in them could not be trusted.
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So, in the 20th century, LENAPE speakers would say something like, “Yes, these stanzas are in our language, but the translation is poor.”
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The English, who were forever trying to advocate the PRISTINE Wilderness paradigm, then swooped in to declare, “The Walam Olum is a hoax.”

The Maalan Aarum is NOT a hoax, it is a poor TRANSLATION of LENAPE sounds. 
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Again serendipity came through for the LENAPE history (or was it divine guidance?).  The Moravians recorded the LENAPE sounds well.  Sherwin arranged the LENAPE sounds in a Linguistic format that we, non-linguists, can understand and use to decipher the sounds.
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Then Sherwin linked those sounds to the OLD NORSE phrases that could have evolved into the LENAPE sounds.
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Then the Drottkvaett format showed us that those Old Norse syllables which were used to compose the stanza were carefully chosen by the stanza maker to be a self-validating set of sounds.
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In other words, IFwe have the correct translation, in Old Norse, the sounds said by the stanza maker, centuries ago and thousands of miles away, are the same sounds we are hearing today.   Then Sherwin gave us the meaning of those Old Norse syllables.
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Thebuzzers” snickering enabled the LENAPE man to warn future LENAPE people that the Maalan Aarum was being translated incorrectly.  
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But the LENAPE man did not realize that the English would be eager to jump onto any apparent weakness so they could proclaim once again

“North America was a PRISTINE wilderness.
 There were no Catholics, who spoke Old Norse there.”

Most teachers today unknowingly teach the false PRISTINE WILDERNESS paradigm.  The Catholics, who spoke Norse concept is suppressed by the perseverance of the false paradigm in everyone's head.

Teachers, who repeat the paradigm, but do not question why the PRISTINE WILDERNESS paradigm does not account for 72 navigation rune stones on the east coast, are suppressing the true history of North America.

The TRUE Early America history is still being suppressed by the perseverance of the false pristine wilderness paradiem in everyone's head. The 17th century English created the false paradigms so they could deny the fact that Catholics, who spoke norse, were standing on the shore when the English invaded.

Do you believe the Pristine Wilderness paradigm or were Catholics, who spoke norse, standing on the shore when the English invaded.

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