Saturday, August 20, 2016

ANSWERS to WEEK 15, SCATTERING

THE LENAPE HISTORY OF AMERICA,
AD 1355
After him, Snow Bird was chief.
He spoke of the south.
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Wtenk nekama sakimanep chilili shawaniluen.
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Which of the original sounds might describe “Snowbird.”

“Chilili shawaniluen,” with “Chilili” being the bird song and  “shawaniluen’ being the “South-something.”
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Where do Snow Birds spend the winter?
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Snowbirds spend the winter in the warmer climates in the south.
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What type of “HAIR DO”  does this Snowbird have?
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The HAIR DO appears to indicate the GREAT SPIRIT, but with more variations of belief.   Perhaps those variations developed during the visits with people in the south.
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What is the pictograph trying to tell us?
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Maybe that the hunters who went south in winter returned to be the leaders of the LENAPE  during the summer.
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AD 1356

That our fathers should possess it
by scattering abroad.

Wokenapi nitaton wullaton apakchikton.
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What HAIR DOs do the heads wear?
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The heads are wearing the “Father, Son,
and Holy Ghost hair-dos.
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What might those HAIR DOs mean?
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Those HAIR Dos might mean that the LENAPE had resumed Catholic beliefs and maybe some Catholic traditions.
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Why would thousands of LENAPE have to divide?
Why couldn’t they push through the people south of them?
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The cold of the Little Ice Age caused misery for everyone, including the Christian tribes to the south.  Moving thousands of LENAPE into that area might have caused stavation for all.  Certainly there would have been violent resistance to protect hunting areas.

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AD 1537
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Snow Bird went south,
White Beaver went east.
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Shawaniwaen chilili, wapaniwaen tamakwi.
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Where, exactly, did
Snowbird’s group go?
The route of SNOWBIRD'S GROUP
 of LENAPE

AIDON: Environmental resources at James Bay (Abundance of rivers), were being exhausted. Because of the encroaching ice the whaling season was becoming shorter and more dangerous, due to the increased ice floes. 
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White Beaver led those who wanted to go, east.

Snow Bird led the rest south. However, there may have been a full scale war with the Chiippewa Red Man and other tribes if they headed directly south. 

Thus, they travelled by boat west across James Bay, then south up the Nelson River, across Lake Winnipeg and up the Red, then Buffaloe Rivers, eventually reaching the pleasant lands of the Mississippi Valley. By heading west, then south by river, they were following generally acknowledged trading routes. Thus, they probably would been able to arrange safe passage with tribes whose lands they passed through, such as the Blackfoot.

Myron:Snowbird may have lea the LENAPE to the mouth of the Nelson River, up (when then south) the Nelson River, south across Lake Winnepeg, up (south) the Red River, then up the Red River to Big Stone Lake and a settlement on the Whetstone River.

What might White Beaver mean?
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White Beaver may have been a leader of the Scandinavians, who came to rescue the LENAPE, but stayed to help in the migration.
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Where, exactly, did 
White Beaver’s group go?


WHITE BEAVER led
 his group of LENAPE to
Norumbega (Norway in America) 
Aidon Aakelas April 18, 2017 at 8:15 PM

Snow Bird was aptly named , because snow birds spend winter in the warmer southern lands of the Mississippi Valley. White Beaver may have been named for being a good swimmer. Myron argues that he had been one of Knutsson's men, given the name "white" for having whitish blonde hair. He led his people southeast into the Great Lakes for the good fishing, then east along the St. Lawrence waterway to the Atlantic coast in Norumbegue (New England).
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Myron: Up (east) the Eastmain River.  south to the Saguenay River, south into the St. Lawrence Sea Way, south-west to Lake Champlain, south to the cross over to the Connecticut river and settlement in Norumbega (Norway a.k.a. New England.)


__________DISCUSSION___________

AIDON wrote: "... they were following generally acknowledged trading routes. Thus, they probably would been able to arrange safe passage with tribes whose lands they passed through ..."

Myron writes, Aifon has a compeling incite.  The Americans at this time were mostly Catholics, who spoke Norse.  They called themselves LENAPE.  LENAPE, who lived along well traveled routes would have been more friently to travelers than LENAPE, who lived off the beaten path.  Aidon's recognition that the LENAPE were following well traveled routes explains much about where they went.
White Beaver's route was well traveled.  The Jesuit's documented the route.  Snowbirds route was well traveled for 4,000 years.  I call it the Copper Hauler's route.

How do we know; exactly,  
where the groups went?
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Snowbird's route is part of the LENAPE History.   We shall  see where the history was recorded next week.
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White Beaver’s route is detailed in the CHILDREN of the MORNING LIGHT book by Medicine Story.


The route of WHITE BEAVER'S group is the last segment of the migration of the Wapamnaog as described in this book, the Children of the Morning Light.  "Wapamnaog means "White folks."


ALSO SOLD AS "WAMPANOAG MORNING"
The Wapamnaog were the people the Pilgrims met.  The Pilgrims recorded in their journals that they saw "crosses and other antiques," which were symbols of Catholics.  The Pilgrims also knew the Wapamnaog spoke Norse.
. The Pilgrims started a vicious religious war called King Phillips war to eliminate the Wapamnaog and other Catholic tribes, who spoke Norse.
. Then the Pilgrims and the Puritans suppressed all information that mentioned "Norse," "Catholics" and "LENAPE."  The suppression was institutionalized a century later (AD 1776) when the Puritan Sunday School classes were used as the model for the United States schools.
. The resulting paradigms that:
there were NO Norse in North America,
there were  NO Catholics in North America, and there were NO Lenape in New England have created a dark hole in American history.
. Even today most words of "Norse", "Catholics," and "Lenape" are suppressed.
. The Lanse Aux Meadow site in Newfoundland is the major exception.  But the site enables the English in Canada to say "We DO have a site about the Norse, but the Norse made NO impact on North America."
Thousands of artifacts and the Norse language throughout eastern North America are suppressed by the "NO impact" phrase.  Those items are not seen by school kids because the Puritan suppression continues after four centuries.
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An educator Francis Jennings wrote in his book, Invasion of America, that "The English did not find savages, they made them."   Jennings COULD NOT find employment at an university.
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Myron, you have also written about the soapstone cooking pots found in Greenland.and that the only known source for soapstone in the region is in New York State. This suggests the Norse traders travelled up the Hudson River. 

ThANKS.  I seem to have forgotten that along with the arrow head from North America, which was found in Greenland and the buffalo fur found in Greenland robes. 

I have speculated, but not been able to prove, that the reason Henry Hudson abandoned a voyage to the east and sailed directly to the Mohican River in 1609 was an English discovered that Catholics, who spoke Norse lived there and the voyage was attempt to obscure the history of the river.  After Henry Hudson sailed up the River and named things, the river became English history.
No one would ever notice that the Mohican River meant "Fishhook" River as the river appears on maps.
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The year 1609 was just one year before the three hundred heavily armored men destroyed the James River Valley and three years before those men destroyed the three big churches and many temples on the Atlantic Coast.


Part C
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The destination that Snowbird advocated would have looked like this
 on a google map.

OGEMA LAND
What does Ogema 
(or Ogima) mean?
. "Honored High Man."
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“Look at a magnified segment
 of the Eastern Omega’s Land.

MINNESOTA OGEMA REGION
Do you think that the Ulen village may have been a campground for thousands of the Greenland Catholics, 
who spoke Old Norse?

The many Norse place names surrounding Ulen indicate that the LENAPE lived in the area for an extended period of time.
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The “Dal” of the village called “HITTEDAL” means “valley” (Like “Kanal Dal,” which became “Canada.”)
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What does “Hitte” mean? 
[Hint: look for “hetta”.]


"Hetta" means, "It might be called-" 
As in "It might be called a valley"  Hittedal is on the edge of what might be called a valley.  This correlation is even more evidence of Norse place names.

Snowbird and his thousands of Scandinavians from Greenland were
migrating toward the Minnesota horst with hopes to save themselves for the SECOND time in four centuries. 


______DISCUSSION ____

I have been researching Thomas Hariot’s 1588 book A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia, which has accurately drawn pictures by John White of the people, plants and animals but somehow has the inhabitants of Virginia (as does Le Moyne's pictures of the Timucuana) in Florida as being white with blonde hair.
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[White and Le Moyne painted what they saw.]  The modern version ofAmerican "Indian" hair coloring is another example of suppression by the perseverance of a false paradigm in everybody's head.]
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Hariots book also depicts Pictish people (obviously from a Great Ibernia) Some of John White's paintings show some of these very detailed faces of Pictish warriors (who are recognisable in other pictures of Pictish warriors) being captured and eaten by the local (also white skinned and blonde) 
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[When White was commissioned to do the Pict history, he did not know what they looked like.  But after listening to descriptions, he chose to paint people similar to those he had painted in America.]
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Timucuana natives. There is also s portrait of a Pictish girl, named as the daughter of the chief of a local tribe. These portraits of so called Picts, often have 16th century European ships at anchor in the background. This time coincides with the arrival of the Lenape, who are depicted as being much taller (because they were descended from Vikings) than the smaller and more slightly built Picts of Florida and Virginia. I think White, Harriet and the engraver Theodore Bry were deliberately (and covertly) showing these images to show that white, blonde Norse and Pictish (why would he put pictures of Picts in a book describing Virginia if they were not living there?) looking individuals were living in America. Of course, those happy go lucky, fun loving Lenape Shawnee wiped out the Picts of Great Ibernia.
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[I have a different paradigm.  The LENAPE (Shawnee tribe) bottled up in the Abundance of Rivers did NOT fight against the OJIBWA (Picts).  The OJIBWA (Picts) south of the Abundance of Rivers is part of the reason the LENAPE divided and went east and west.]
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 and those dastardly English ruthlessly slaughtered the Timucuana, because white, blonde Native Americans would have been difficult to explain,
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[The French Catholics did the same on New Found Land for the same reason.  The white people there had red hair.]
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 once images of them started to be published for a wider viewing audience in Great Britain and Europe. (Further evidence that those dastardly English were the bad guys), These are some points which you may or may not be aware of but which will hopefully go a long way to supporting your work.
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[The above evidence supports the paradigm that when the English Invaded, most Americans were Catholics, who spoke Norse (including Ojibwa)]
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(I have also found pictures of blue eyed blonde Mandan, Micmac and Abenaki by George Caitlin.) 
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[Yep.  Modern explorers have found people like that.]
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Also, Juet, on the Henry Hudson expeditions also noted European style stockades with thatch houses ("almost identical to an English village) along the banks of the Hudson and Connecticut Rivers. 
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Myron, the dam is about to burst, thanks to your brilliant research. Regards from Aakelas.
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[Let's see. One guy in the United State, one guy in New South Wales, Australia.  When the dam breaks we should easily double the crowd in a few years.]

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