Monday, June 27, 2016

WEEK 8, The DECISION

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THE LENAPE HISTORY OF AMERICA,
AD 1000 TO  1363
All say they will go along,
All who are free to go.
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What was the LENAPE historian representing?
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Who are "they," 
who "will go along?"
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 Why are some
NOT free to go?

If you have studied
Ancient America,
you have seen the "speaking" symbols, on the right of the Big House, before.  Where?

Sone concepts never die.  Every two years Ohio and Michigan football teams play the big game where?
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Those of the north agreed.
Those of the east agreed.
Over the waters, over the frozen sea
They went to enjoy it
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Who were those
 of the North?
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Who were those
 of the East?
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Where was
 the frozen sea?


1 comment:

  1. Who are “they, “who “will go along?”

    It is the people there cut not follow the other, older people, children etc.
    The have to rest on the sledge.

    Why are some NOT free to go?

    Maybe they had family there were not strong enough to go, maybe hope about better time.

    If you have studied Ancient America, you have seen the “speaking” symbols , on the right of the Big House, before Where?

    An ancient Hopi Indian prophecy states, "When the Blue Star Kachina makes its appearance in the heavens, the Fifth World will emerge". This will be the Day of Purification. The Hopi name for the star sirus is Blue Star Kachina. It will come when the Saquasohuh (Blue Star) Kachina dances in the plaza and removes its mask.

    Sone concepts never die. Every two year Ohio and Michigan football teams play the big game where?

    Since 1918, the game's site has alternated between Columbus, Ohio, and, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Michigan hosts it in odd years and Ohio State in even years), and has been played in Ohio Stadium since 1922 and Michigan Stadium since 1927.

    Who were those of the North?

    The people at Greenland, there decided to walk to Merica

    Who were those of the East?

    ?

    Where was the frozen sea?

    Davis strait and was covered by ice all year.



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