Saturday, August 27, 2016

ANSWERS to STANZAS 33 and 34, The PLEASANT LAND


A discussion question is “Do we refer to the LENAPE history as the “WALAM OLUM,” which many authorities have declared a “hoax,” or do we refer to the LENAPE history as “Maalan aarum,’ which is the correct name if the LENAPE historian was speaking Old Norse?



Answer:  We have seen that Reider T, Sherwin has provided many words of evidence that the LENAPE historian was speaking Old Norse.
A person creating a hoax could not have thought up that many Old Norse words.  
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So the "MAALAN AARUM" must be a history created in Old Norse.  We should refer to the MAALAN ARRUM by its correct name.
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AD 1358
END of FIRST YEAR of LENAPE
MIGRATION out of JAMES BAY
The pleasing land was at the south.
The abundance  of rivers was toward the shore.

Akolaki shawanaki, kitshinaki shabiyaki.
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The next Lenape historian reported where Snow Bird’s group where at the end of the year.

Where were they?

They were near Lake Winnipeg, possibly at Cross Lake.  The pleasing land (Minnesota) was to the South.   “The abundance of Rivers” (James Bay) was toward the Atlantic Shore.

What is the waterway?

Lake Winnipeg.

Why is the “abundance of Rivers” shown on top of a slope?


Probably to signify that the “Abundance of Rivers” was a well-known landmark that most people should know.


ARTIFACT
The KEEP  of the CHURCH

While Snowbird and his group were migrating to Big Stone Lake, some of White Beaver’s group may have joined the congregation around the biggest, and maybe the oldest (< AD1263), artifact of the Norse in America.

The ENGLISH in Jamestown in AD 1612 knew that Samuel Argil’s marines had burnt the Church.  (They had captives from another congregation, who were sold into the slave trade.) 

The ENGLISH suppressed that knowledge. Today, the NEW WORLD MYTH is a major factor why school kids do not  discuss the fate of the church or its destruction by the English.

Search for and Tap on LENAPE HISTORY, LENAPE LAND > LENAPE LEARNING (INDEX) > CHURCHES > NORSE (under ARTIFACTS.


A large 13th century church is not supposed to have been built in aNEW WORLD.  Instead of accepting the rock solid evidence, the academic professors ignore the Norse Church and continue to state that the "Norse had no impact on North America."
The CATHOLICS,
WHO SPOKE NORSE DEBATE
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Bob Knight: I do support the basic hypothesis for two reasons.  
1) A sufficient population existed with the opportunity.  And 
2). that a real presence existed on Vancouver Island independently recognized which easily adds to the James Bay black hills scenario.  That makes New England inevitable.  Better yet the climate made it all possible as present day arctic climate has confirmed.  What we now have is some memories and other echos of what was a major effort also duplicated by other populations in the South East possibly contemporaneous.
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Add in the Templar use of the Great Circle route for two centuries before Columbus and the time and space vacuum is filled as well.
MYRON:  The ""debate"failed to generate interest.  Bob Knight has witten about contraversial topics.  He cites them as evidence, which they may be.  But most publishers and professors would hesitate to publish or teach the topics without other confirmation.
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Tap on 

PARADIGM vs HISTORY with EVIDENCE for more discussion.
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SEVEN CHUCHES

AD 1359
END of 
SECOND YEAR
of MIGRATION
To the east was the Fish land,
toward the lakes was the
buffalo land

Wapanaki namesaki,
pemapaki sisilaki.
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The Lenape historian reported where Snow Bird’s group was at the end of the second year.

Where is Fish land?

Minnesota.

What are the two lakes that touch?

Lake Michigan
and Lake Huron.

How do we know the Historian was on the same latitude as the spot where the two lakes touch?

Because the Old Norse name for buffalo was Sissel, which means “scattered.”  The historian was standing near Sisseton SD. (sisilaki =
sissil land.
"Aki" could also grow in size to be a "ton," which means "town")


 Sissiton, SD is at the same latitude as the meeting of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron.
WORD
SETT

The remains of the ancient Norse church at Newport are near the place named “Narragansett.”  The key syllable in both Massachusetts and Narragansett is “SETT.” The syllable is more evidence that the Norse were in the region.   Like "whetstones," “Sett” in a place name means that the people in the region spoke Norse,

What does
“SETT” mean?

Search for LENAPE LAND, ToC on LENAPE HISTORY, LENAPE LAND > LENAPE LEARNING (INDEX) > MEANING under
LANGUAGE > VIKING and the RED MAN.  Find the definition of  “Sett” in the general vocabulary of first volume.
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[Look in “SESV.”  Then under “SETTAG8.”  The Norse meaning is given in the Norse definition section.]

You should have found this page.


"Sett is under "SETTAG8."
"Sett" means "placed, situated"

The evidence of the words and the rocks support each other.  There was a 13th century church at what is now Newport, RI.  The church was destroyed in AD 1612. Knowledge of the church and the Norse language of the congregation was deliberately suppressed by the English.

That suppression is continued by most academic curriculums of most universities, which continue to teach the NEW WORLD MYTH instead of reconciling history to known artifacts and testimony.
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36 The TALL ONES ...
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