Saturday, September 10, 2016

ANSWERS to LENAPE HISTORY, WEEK 18. TEN MATES DEAD

THE LENAPE HISTORY OF AMERICA,
1362


To have fish,
ten mates bad thrusts,
lift themselves up, sit far away.

Wtenk ayamek tellen sakimak machi tonanup shawapama.
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The Historian tells of ten mates dead.
Do the markers agree?

YES, there are ten marks.


Some authorities say the mates died of the plague.
Would the phrase “Bad thrusts” support a plaque?


No, “Bad thrusts” and the X X X imply a violent attack.

Why did the historian use the phrase
“lift themselves up, sit far away?


The clever phrase was needed to make
the stanza self validating.  
People with a Christian religion would understand.
The mates had gone to heaven.

KENSINGTON RUNE STONE

SEARCH for LENAPE LAND
ToC LENAPE HISTORY, LENAPE LAND
ToC LENAPE LEARNING (INDEX)
SCOLL down under ARTIFACTS to KENSINGTON under RHINESTONE
ToC on KENSIGNTON

READ the Paragraph (and more if you like).

Now, go back to LENAPE LEARNING (INDEX)
Under HISTORICAL (right column)
ToC “Visitors” under FILM.
Fast forward until the red line reaches james Bay.  Then watch the rest of the film.


WHAT DOES KENSINGTON MEAN?

"KIN" = "large"
"ING" = "place"
"TON" = "town"

"large place town" = "large town"
A large town in a location south of the dikes of Lake Alexander seems consistent.  

More names in western Minnesota appear to have endured because the English were no longer changing names when the frontier reached Minnesota.
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1363
 After them, Peaceable was the Judge
at the pleasing land.

Wtenk nellamawa sakimanep langundowi akolaking.
 _____________________________

After the Historian told of ten mates dead.
He wrote of Peaceable at the Pleasing Land.

What could have happened?


All we really know is that ten "mates" died.  The "mates" may have been part of the rescue crew.

One possibility may have been that the rescue crew planned to leave via the old copper route to the mississippi.  The ten men may have carried the provisions for two boat crews to the loading place.  But while they waited, the boats decided to spend time fishing, before loading the provisions.  During that time, a group of thieves may have killed the mates and stolen the provisions.

The place was on Lake "Cormorant," which means "thieves."  The loading spot is on a path from a bluff above the lake.  Trees and brush would have enabled thieves to sneak up on the provision camp.

We do not know who the attackers were or if there was any punishment or resolution.  

The episode was horrifying enough for a resuce crew member to punch into the kensington Rune Stone and for a LENAPE historian to create a stanza of the year.

The pictograph implies that the Judge was NOT a LENAPE, or that the Historian was copying an old pictograph. or both?

What is your opinion?


My opinion is that the pictograph was both.  The Historian would have known the original pictograph, where the Judge had red hair.  He may have recycled the pictograph but used the word "Peaceful" in the stanza.

The new Judge may have been a Norse already in the area, when the LENAPE arrived.  He may have been powerful enough to resolve the "Ten mates dead" situation to a peaceful solution.

_ END OF SEMESTER_

This semester ends with the KENSINGTON Rune Stone episode.

This episode is important because two types of media recorded the same event.  Both media are evidence of the Norse Language in use.  The name of the place is a Nose name.

These factors are strong evidence that most Americans spoke Norse.

The episode was located in western Minnesota with a solid date of AD 1362.  The location is consistent with the known waterway, which was created in about 2,200 BC.
The man-modified terrain and other solid artifacts are solid evidence that the PRISTINE WILDERNESS paradigm is a myth.

The LENAPE continued to make history.  Some episodes are linked in the blog post.


There is enough data to create a second semester of LENAPE HISTORY.

University faculty should teach the LENAPE history.

Universities exist to teach.  They can teach facts of myth.  What is taught for a semester becomes a paradigm in the heads of most students.

If the LENAPE history is not taught, it will remain suppressed by omission from curriculums of universities.

Encourage university faculties to teach the LENAPE history.

You have an unique paradigm in your head.
Use it wisely.



  

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