|KENSINGTON RUNE STONE|
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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).
Note these words in the paragraph:
These words are evidence that the museum staff still has the PRISTINE WILDERNESS paradigm in their heads. The museum's staff reluctance to claim the Kensington rune stone for what it is, which is a stone punched with runes in the 14th century and found in Minnesota, diminishes the importance of the valid artifact.
If the museum staff knew the LENAPE history, which also tells of the same event, the paragraph might read:
"We have the Kensington Runestone in our museum. The Runestone and the historic knowledge of its origin continues to be the hallmark of the Runestone Museum. This enduring artifact was discovered in 1898, clutched in the roots of an aspen tree on the Olof Öhman farm near Kensington, MN (15 miles southwest of Alexandria). The Runestone has led researchers from around the world and across the centuries to a an understanding of how a runic artifact, dated 1362, could show up in North America."
The museum should add the following:
Norse people had been in North America for three hundred and fifty years. Thousands of Norse speaking people from Greenland were migrating south, away from the bitter cold regions caused by the Little Ice Age. The “ten mates dead” appear to have been waiting on shore with two, or more, boat loads of supplies when they were ambushed by a band of hungry, desperate thieves.
This episode was recorded in the rune stone by a Swedish stone puncher and a LENAPE historian using self-verifying stanzas. The date, AD 1362, is important because the date fits the known Norwegian history, other artifacts left behind by the Norwegian rescue mission, and the date pins down the LENAPE history, which was being recorded one stanza per year.
For nearly a century the LENAPE history records the dates of historical events of North America in the 14th and 15th century.
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.
Do not listen to the guy saying “hoax. Pay attention to the people responding to him.”
This film was suppressed for 31 years. The suppressors may have been motivated to their action because they had the PRISTINE WILDERNESS in their heads. But, in Canada, the
class distinction between English and “Aboriginals” continues. Suppression by omission appears to be more active in Canada.