Saturday, September 3, 2016

ANSWERS to WEEK 17, WE WERE FRIENDS

THE LENAPE HISTORY OF AMERICA,
AD 1360



After Snow Bird, the Seizer was chief,
and all were friends.

Wtenk chilili sakimanep ayamek weminilluk.
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What “hair-do” does Seizer have?

Seizer apparently believed in 
the Great Spirit.

Does his “body Language” fit with the Historian’s phrase that “All were Friends?

Ams wide open would be a body language for friends.

NOTE; The prominent long straight nose and the  lines for the eyes and mouth.  The same face was carved on the posts guarding the  Big House at the last LENAPE gathering in Oklahoma in AD 1928. 

Can simple images endure to define a people for over five centuries?  Or is the face a common occurrence anywhere at any time?

In this semester, we have seen a person draw a different face.  So the face is NOT a common occurrence any where at any time.  The prominent features were carefully chosen to represent most Norse people.  Some of us believe that face is a face of most Norwegians today.

Why do historians, English speaking or LENAPE, ignore the images of the LENAPE history and images maintained by small groups of Americans?


English speaking and LENAPE historians have been taught the PRISTINE WILDERNESS paradigm.  The paradigm does not encourage thoughts about Norse people rowing into America a thousand years ago.  So evidence, words and images, which show the paradigm to be a myth, are better ignored.

Part B below gives an example where evidence has been ignored for one to two centuries.


_____ PART B _____

Larry Stroud. Frode Omdahl, and myself put together a list of Norse artifacts for the 2005 conference of AAPS.  The original list had 39 pages.  Even at five items per page, there were nearly 200 Norse artifacts.  You can see the

What is the first artifact on the list?

A canal in Boston.  [There are many Norse artifacts still on display in Boston, but the people with the PRISTINE WILDERNESS paradigm in their heads chose to ignore them.  No discussion of the Boston artifacts appears in school curriculum.]

What is the last artifact on the list?

The connection between MicMac and Egypt.

Just last week Bill Davis showed us a video of a red haired woman from a family of red headed people.

  
Somebody in America has known about the red headed mummies since 1797!  I could not find a record of the mummy!  Why?

Because, for  two centuries, with the PRISTINE WILDERNESS paradigm, chose to think the red headed mummies were not valid.  The evidence did not match their paradigm.  They, apparently, did not ask if their paradigm matched the evidence.

Somebody in America knew about the red headed woman buried in Mammoth cave since 1813. 


[I visited Mammoth cave about a decade ago.   The tour guides did not mention the woman or show us her tomb.]  Why?

For the same reason.  The evidence did not match the paradigm in the guides' head.  No one asked if the paradigm explained the evidence.  The LENAPE history does.

Someone knew about the yellow haired mummies in burial caves through out Kentucky and Tennessee since 1894!  



The author of the report wrote,’’
“the flesh of the bodies was preserved and the hair was yellow"

That was a century and twelve years ago!  I did not find any record.  Why?

This hair colored evidence has been suppressed for one to two centuries.  The evidence shows that:

1.  The suppression of the evidence for American history has been going on for centuries.

2.  The evidence supports the LENAPE history more than the history myth taught to school kids.

Meanwhile back in the Ancient Artifacts Preservation Society (AAPS),  my friends have been trying to preserve ancient artifacts which are being suppressed by the universities.

But now, the red and yellow haired people in Tennessee and Kentucky are consistent with the LENAPE history.

This evidence reveals that the primary academic action toward Norse evidence is to ignore the evidence and suppress publication.

Apparently NO one in universities demands that the Early American history paradigm as taught by universities should account for the Norse evidence.

All of the evidence and Norse words in this LENAPE semester indicate that Early American History, as taught, is a myth, because the history does not account for the evidence.

Our problem:  How do we encourage universities to teach valid histories instead of a myth?

My suggestion.  

This current situation is a contest between educators and the few of us, who know the educators have been suppressing the  Norse evidence for centuries. 

Finding more Norse artifacts will not help.  They, too, will be suppressed by omission.

The phrase "Most Americans spoke Norse" is valid, simple to remember, and immediately recognized as a challenge to the history taught by the universities.  

Most evidence supports the phase.  If true history accounts for the evidence left behind, then more discussion is desired.

  We should find and use many ways to tell the kids that MOST AMERICANS SPOKE NORSE.


_________PART C__________
Our discussion has become focused on the issue of MOST AMERICANS SPOKE NORSE.  Those four valid words might be useful to overcome four centuries of false history started by the English, who invaded America in the 17th century.

On New Years Day, 2003, Larry Stroud published an article.  


What organization did Larry work for?

 Batesville Daily Guard
["BATESVILLE" means "Hill village" in Norse.  Batesville is in the hills west of the flat Mississippi River flats.]

Within 24 hours the three of us became online friends, who believed that MOST AMERICANS SPOKE NORSE.

You have been using the VIKING and the RED MAN to decipher words during the 17 weeks of this LENAPE SEMESTER.

Larry started a paradigm shift, which continues up to our discussion today.

The more correct version of 17th century history is that MOST AMERICANS SPOKE NORSE.


We, who believe the more correct version of American history, cannot find another artifact or word to convince 3.5 million kids, that they are learning a profoundly distorted history, which was created in the 17th century.



If we want a more accurate version of Early American history, we are faced with an almost overwhelming PRISTINE WILDERNESS paradigm in nearly every bodies head.  The paradigm is taught by thousands of educators that believe what they are teaching is the ONLY true Early American history.

The solution is NOT to find more evidence.  There is plenty of evidence to prove Norse were in America, when the English invaded. 

The solution IS to convince educators that there are more
histories of America.  Educators should make comparative studies of the LENAPE, Catholic, English and other histories.  Those histories should account for the evidence left behind.

Maybe the most effective way to make educators realize that there is a problem with Early American History is to make the valid words, “MOST AMERICANS SPOKE NORSE” a competing paradigm.

You can help to make a better American history by saying or writing those four simple words, “MOST AMERICANS SPOKE NORSE. “

Expect negative feedback. Be prepared to cite Roger Williams, Reider T. Sherwin, Anita Stromsted, Larry Stroud, Frode Omdahl, Thomas E. Lee, Patricia Sutherland, Myron Paine, Craig Judge and many others


America’s history will remain a myth until most students know that MOST AMERICANS SPOKE NORSE.
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 AD 1361

The tall ones,
the men from the pleasing land,
 the men with food,
the stone men.

Chikonapi akhonapi makatapi assinapi.
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The Historian lists four groups of men,
who are “friends.”

But the men from the pleasing land may be the ones with the Father-Son-Holy ghost hair do.

The “Tall Men” may be associated with the Norse word “Chik” which means to cast a shadow.  The circle with the two horizontal lines may represent them.  These may be men from the southern regions of the Mississippi, where the Chickasaw tribe still lives.

\The syllable “MA” can mean food or “evil” as the Moravian priests translated it.   The circle with the plus sign may represent the people with the food.

The “Stone” men may be from Pipestone Minnesota.

What are your thoughts about the symbols?

My thoughts about whom the circles represent are given above.  This stanza needs a better deciphering and research.

The LENAPE Historian took two stanzas to tell us that the LENAPE had made friends with most of the people in the Red River and  Whetstone River valleys.

Every thing was getting better.  All the surrounding people were friendly. 

Then …




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