Friday, August 19, 2016

WEEK 15, Part C, OGEMA

Snowbird had been south before.

Snowbird and the LENAPE did not have GOOGLE MAPS, but if they had had such a map, the destination that Snowbird advocated would have looked like this.

OGEMA LAND
Notice that the route between the two OGEMAS is not straight lines, which may indicate that the route existed before modern engineers installed roads.

What does Ogema (or Ogima) mean?

“Look at a magnified segment of the Eastern Omega’s Land.

MINNESOTA OGEMA REGION

The village of ULEN has the “Len” syllable.  The “U” might be similar to “OO.”   

ULEN is on the Little Rice River, where the grain (rice) seeds itself by dropping into the water.  Several American legends revolove around migrations to find the land of the self-seeding grain.  

A sword, which a man on the rescue team may have carried, was found near Ulen.

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

The “Dal” of the village called “HITTEDAL” means “valley” (Like “Kanal Dal,” which became “Canada.”)


What does “Hitte” mean? [Hint: look for “hetta”.]

Friday, July 8, 2016

LENAPE HISTORY, WEEK 9, Part C, SMITHVILLE RUNE STONE

THE LENAPE HISTORY OF AMERICA,
AD 1346

The SCORE

[I tell you it was a big mob]
In the darkness, all in one darkness
To Akomen, to the [west], In the darkness
They walk and walk, all of them
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PART C
RUNE STONES

The grandson of the stone puncher, who stayed behind after King Hardrada led his marines back to the eastern land, had a son.  Unfortunately, the son died in AD c 1230, before his father did.

The father used his grandfathers bit and hammer to make a memorial stone.

For a century the freezing and thawing raised the stone about a millimeter per year.  Then a driving rain storm tipped the stone onto its face.  thus the effects of centuries of withering were nullified.

Take a look.


While we are here, we might as well look at a few other artifacts and names you will not find in most school curriculums.  
They prove the PRISTINE WILDERNESS paradigm is not valid.  

STONE GRAVES



 I first met FEDIA, THE SHAWNEE,  at these graves.
She taught me a good lesson: what you think is so, is not! “



Why would a man punch runes in an ancient grave marker?

NORSE NAMES


The NORSE names, which are found that far upriver, would have taken many centuries for a local population to learn.  


The time from the NORSE hunters  
(AD c 1030), who went everywhere,  to the Little Ice Age (AD c1350) is MANY CENTURIES.

Friday, June 10, 2016

LENAPE HISTORY, WEEK 5, Part C


THE LENAPE HISTORY
OF AMERICA,
AD 1000 TO  1363
 RULING PRIEST in the LIGHT
BISHOP ERIC GNUDSSON
comes to NORTH AMERICA
“You swarm of buzzers,
which little bit will you snicker at?
I told you we had a ruling priest
                          in the light on the other side.
_______________________________
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SEARCH for LENAPE LAND
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TOC LENAPE HISTORY, LENAPE LAND
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TOC LENAPE LEARNING INDEX
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TOC POPHAM BEACH under ARTIFACT > RUNESTONE
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DISCUSSION
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Bishop Erik Gnudsson is recorded in the ICELANDIC, NORWAY, and VATICAN records as leaving Greenland in AD 1121 and never coming back to Greenland.
.
Bishop Eric Gnudsson was known to fellow churchmen and to his family by his nickname, “HENRICUS.”
.
One of the first nasty acts of the English at Jamestown was to equip 300 men with heavy armor, which could deflect long bow arrows.  Those armored men destroyed every village, killed the men and raped the women they could catch, between Jamestown and the place, shown in the map below, to the south east of RICHMOND, VI
.
HENRICUS may have built a
"MAGNIFICENT CHURCH" at HENRICO.
At HENRICO stood a ‘’MAGNIFICENT CHURCH,” which the English of Jamestown claimed they built.
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QUESTIONS 
The pictograph shows a “Ruling Priest” along the coast of a land, which could be North America.   Could HENRICUS have rowed down the Atlantic Coast to  and up the James River?
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[The colonial records indicate arranged meetings between the two  sides at two locations.  Both locations had "Crosses that obviously stood before the English invasion."] 

The Norse sailed with self-validating directions in their heads.  But every so often they took time to punch messages into stones.

The POPHAM BEACH rune stones were only a portion of HOW MANY (?) Nordic sailing instructions found along the Atlantic Coast?


In your opinion, could an historian continue to imply that North America was a PRISTINE Wilderness, when the English invaded?













Monday, May 23, 2016

LENAPE HISTORY, WEEK 3: The HUNTERS

THE LENAPE HISTORY
OF AMERICA,
AD 1000 TO  1363
.
The Brothers SPLIT
The poor, lonely, but tough men
became hunters and left
 those living in strong houses.
.
WHY did they become HUNTERS and LEAVE?
.
WHAT do the THREE PRONGS on each head mean?
TOUGH, GOOD MEN
Separated from home
like breasts on the same body
the hunters became tougher
extremely good and
they reached for the sky.
.
A similar icon exists in Europe.
.
The name of the European icon is?
.
The European Icon holds what?
.
Why the arrow and the paddle?
.
They went EVERYWHERE
The hunters camped
in the north, east,
south and west.
.
The names they gave to places persisted 1,000 years
.
Where did the Hunters go?
.
HINT:  The names in the East and theWest begin with the “Kenne” syllables, which mean “wide” in Lenape.
The names in the North and in the South begin with “Winne,” syllables which means. “foul smelling” in Lenape.
.
Name the four places that show, but do not limit, the hunter’s range.
.
What did the hunters leave behind?


Saturday, May 14, 2016

ANSWERS to LENAPE HISTORY, week 2



And the earth was 
without form and void;
and darkness was 
upon the face of the deep;
and the spirit of God
 moved on the waters.
_____________________
They lived where it snowed.
They lived where it stormed.
They lived where it was always winter.


Once again, WHERE did they live?



GREENLAND
(The Northern Settlement?)



They remembered longingly, 
while still in their cold land
 the mild weather,
the many deer, and also foxes.
.
Where were they remembering?
.
-------------comment:-------------
Vang Bach  May 11, 2016 at 5:57 PM
VANG: “In this case the three cross bars indicate that the "warm weather "might have been in "MILD AKI" or "MILD LAND.

“ If so, the composer knew Mild Aki was twenty degrees lower latitude than the his former home in the cold land they left behind.

 Myron: The composer was talking about land the LENAPE knew BEFORE they left the cold land behind

Nuuk, Greenland, 63.52 degrees North,

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 43.02 degrees North.


How did they know THAT?]


What does the
triple cross mean?

VANG: “The stick with the three cross arms is a representation of the Lenape navigation device.

“Thongs around the head held the slit in wood, stone, or ivory about 3 inches from the eyeball.”

Myron:  “They were using the principle of similar angles.  The angle seen through the slit, was similar to the angle between the eyeball and marks on the wood, stone, or ivory.

“Kids learn that stuff in modern schools.  Don’t they?”


What are the two marks?

VANG: “Things change. People forget.
“The old Lenape was in Indiana, [James Bay, CA ] not Wisconsin. He knew the two blips meant two animals. He guessed.  [wanted the person reciting the self-validating stanza to remember] deer and buffalo. [foxes.] MYRON  The person, who recited the stanza had to remember those two animals to make the stanza self-verifying.

"The word the composer used for deer was “Hart.”  Think of the big stag on the ads for the “Hartford” insurance company.  Did the nasty 17th century English men, who threw lots of bundles of sticks into the bonfires, know what they were destroying?"


…on the flat line?
:VANG If you fly into Milwaukee from the west, you travel over miles of flat land. The flat line might indicate flat land.
----------Part B-----------
You should have found this page.
Michigan and Milwaukee

The mother of my grand kids found this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRCTc6stICc


----------Part C-----------

DISCUSSION:  Do you think the stone that Mr. FLether found was carved by:

1) Hannibal's relatives,


2) LENAPE, or


3) an English boy, who wanted to fool his teachers?


VANG:

”1) Hannibal's relatives,

“The Runic alphabet on the Yarmouth stone is very similar with the Glozel Alphabet.
“The Glozel Runic is found in Glozel in a site indentified as Gallo-Roman and dating to between about A.D. 100-400 and are similar to symbols of the Harappa culture.

“I think it is earlier then the Vikings.

MYRON:

“Yes, I think so, also.

“But my point is:  No, matter if the marks were punched into stone by Hannibal’s relatives, or Lenape, someone invested thoughts and effort to leave a “page” of knowledge behind.

“The seventh century nasty Englishmen wanted the people of Europe to believe that North America was a PRISTINE wilderness.  They would have hoped that academic people and public media would believe that a boy scratched the marks to play a trick on a teacher.

“Because in the minds of people, who think like 17th century English, the stone is controversial and therefore not something to be published in the school kid's text books.

Did we see that picture?  We grew up thinking that there were no rune stones in North America.  [There are over 44.]

“This very effective means of censorship has worked almost flawlessly for four centuries.

“Millions of School kids do N0T know what the marks on the FLether stone look like.  All they can accept from their leading authority, the teacher, is that North America was a PRISTINE wilderness.

So the kids are hung with an incorrect paradigm they will carry in their heads for the rest of their lives.  That paradigm implies that neither Hannibal’s relatives or Lenape were in North America before the nasty English invaded because—well—the kids did not see any pictures of evidence did they?



Wednesday, May 11, 2016

VIKING VISITORS to NORTH AMERICA vs VIKINGS UNEARTHED


On May 10, 2016, at 2:15 PM,
Red Dana
Manager,
KQED 9 / KQED Plus Audience Services wrote:
I've kept your initial note as part of this reply in case you'd like to re-send it to the producers directly.

Myron  replied:

DONE, THANKS

The “initial note” was:

I just got word that tonight, May 10, 2016; KQED will re-run VIKINGS UNEARTHED again.  I STRONGLY PROTEST!!!  That presentation features excellent research, but the overall paradigm is that there were no Norse west of Newfoundland.  That paradigm is a profound distortion of the events that really happened in the past.  VIKINGs UNEARTHED should not be aired unless there is a disclaimer that the VIKING VISITORS to NORTH AMERICA represents a greatly different, and more accurate paradigm.  The VIKING VISITORS was created in 1979 (37 years ago) by 27 experts.  The video was suppressed at first, until a Norwegian TV station showed in in 2010 (31 years AFTER it was created.  The film is still mostly ignored by Academia and media stations, like KQED.  Please, OH!, please show the VIKING VISITORS.

RED DANA,
Manager,
KQED 9 / KQED Plus
Audience Services  also wrote:

Regarding "Viking Visitors", apparently the producers of the program have not made it available for PBS stations to air. It hasn't been offered to us in the 20 years of broadcast history that our current database covers.

To which Myron wrote on May 10, 2016 5:15:32 PM PDT:
Odd?  The video is online for all to see.  Has been after Norway uploaded it in 2010.

But the better situation is for PBS media to get permission to publish the video and makr it available for students.

The Canadian Government is suppressing information.  The VIKING VISITORS was "in the can" for 31 years.  Somebody smuggled a disc to Norway.

 Meanwhile Thomas E. Lee, the lead researcher, died with disappointment, waiting for "approval."  Patricia Sutherland, the first woman in the video, was fired and her husband had his emartus status revoked (I did not think that was possible.)

The issue is Norse in America. The evidence in VIKING VISITORS is that they were here since AD 1050. The English still want to suppress all evidence and testimony.

Even here in the USA, the censorship predominates.

I, naively, thought my ancestors fought a war to stop English tyranny,

We, who believe in Norse in America, have a big communications problem to resolve.

I would appreciate any guidance you can give.  In 16 years of research I have used up most avenues of attempting to discuss the issue of [Norse in America.]

[I selected over 400 Archaeologists, Linguists, and History professors, who taught classes on Early American History.  I emailed or wrote to them about twice a year I asked for feedback.  Only less than 0.25% replied.  Half of those 10 said they were "not qualified to discuss the topic."  (Can you imagine a professor, who is paid with public funds, admiting to being "NOT qualified.]

As the movie of the most technological achievement of the most powerful nation emphasized:
 "Houston, we have a problem."

MICHIGAN


LET US LOOK UP MICHIGAN in the VIKING AND THE RED MAN.

GO TO LENAPE LAND >
LENAPE LEARNING INDEX,>
UNDER LINGUISTICS, 
CLICK ON MEANING.  

SEARCH For Michigan, look for file MICV1278-279

NOTICE THAT THE "VI" tells us that the word is in volume 1.
The page numbers are a hint that we need to look in "PLACE MAMES"

While you are there, read what "MilWAUKEE" means.

I wonder if the MILWAUKEE Chamber of Commerce knows that?


Earn extra points by emailing them with a copy of the page.