Monday, January 26, 2015


The Lenape walked over a frozen ocean to a land, where nothing was growing.
Then God delivered geese and whales.
               This action was an experience similar to
               God delivering manna in a desert.
The Lenape history says that the number of Lenape actually multiplied!
The Lenape History tells of the Lenape holding
a meeting soon after they came to America.
                       The Lenape invited  
people, who were in
                        America, to attend the meeting.
     That meeting was the first of many meetings
     of government by council in America.
     The U.S. government is, basically, 
     a government by council.
At the meeting The Lenape immigrants                    elected an American to be Judge.  
             The judge had red hair!

             The Norwegians sent a rescue mission. 
The Lenape recorded that 
             "No one went from here to there."
God was not providing enough food for both the      local Christians and the 4,000 Lenape.
             The Lenape divided to make the journey
             around the southern Christian tribes..

White Beaver took his band east and
then south to Connecticut. 
Snow Bird took his band northeast and
            then south, up the Nelson and Reds Rivers 
            to Minnesota, "the pleasant land."

                       When they were at Lake Winnipeg,
The meeting of many rivers was
                to the east.
               The pleasant land was to the south.
The relentless Little Ice Age weather forced
 both groups, and the local Lenape, 
 to move further south.
White Beaver’s group rowed down the coast. 
They found a Miami (heartland) in Florida.
Snow Bird’s group began a 3,000-mile, 150-year
migration to New York via the Dakotas.
     (Dakota means "cold.")
Along the way, Snow Bird's Lenape:
      Lived by the small waterfall in Minnehaha
      county, South Dakota.  
           (In Old Norse  “Minnehaha" 
           means "Little waterfall")

           The location was west of "fishland,"
           at the latitude of the union of the 
           two big touching lakes.
     Fled from cannibals to hide in the Niagara Cave
     in Minnesota. (Niagara means "Fort.")
         [The cannibals appear to have been a group
          of people who learned to eat humans to                     survive in the Intermountain west during
          during severe drought conditions.  When the
           drought increased they migrated over the
           the mountain passes to the Platt River.

           Then the best understanding of events is
           that the cannibals ate their way east, down
           the Platte and up the Ohio Rivers.  As
           climate conditions improved in eastern
           North America, the cannibals performed
           ritual cannibalism to indoctrinate the                       younger generations that eating human
          flesh was OK for the survival of their

         The Lenape were continually tested by their
          interaction with the cannibals.  The                           Lenape History indicates that the Lenape
          often fought with them.  The Lenape
          nearly had the cannibals contained to a                     region in New York, when Eurpean guns
          and gunpowder enabled the cannibals to
         conduct "training" raids to kill and eat
         people as far west as the Mississippi.

        The brutal scorched earth tactics of the 
        U.S. Army in 1779 appear to have
        have ended the cannibalism training.

       To relate the modern Iroquois nation to
        the cannibals, or vice versa, is a gross
        error.  But to suppress knowledge of the
        cannibals and Sullivan's vicious tactics is
        also an error of historians, who write class
        room history. Without that knowledge the
        events before AD 1779 cannot be explained             better.]

    After the cannibals passed to the east,
    the Lenape raised bumper crops 
    on the Missouri.
         (Missouri means "Big Canoe")
    The Lenape group, who called themselves
    Cheyenne,  thought there would be fighting
    if the Lenape went east. The peaceful Cheyenne
    turned west, up the Missouri.
Most of the Lenape went east into Illinois. 
      (Illinois means the PURE people). 
 The Maalan Aarum tells of a ruler,
              who was baptised to be "pure."

The Lenape restored a ravaged, fearful people.
The Lenape forged a “heartland” at Miami. Ohio.
As they expanded, the Lenape divided.  
Some Lenape (the Shawnee) went south. 
     (Shawnee means "southern Lenape.")
Some Lenape went east. 
Blue Duck's Shawnee group went to Mexico.
The Lenape rowed boats from Miami, Florida
to MAYA.  MAYA means,"MY Place")
The Lenape were a peaceful people, but when      pressed, the Lenape fought with courage.
Ralph Lane, an English commader put
 a loaded pistol to the head of the
Lenape historian.
              Lane pulled the trigger!
Whichever Lenape picked up the pictographs,
 added two lines for guns and a dot for smallpox.
 The Shawnee stopped De Soto.  
 Many of the Shawnee died of De Soto’s plague.
The Spanish and English slave trade 
decimated the Shawnee and others in the south.
The Lenape suffered through the five-year war
of extermination in the James River valley.
The Lenape women, who were raped, 
bore the children of De La Warr III’s men.
The Lenape, not the WASPs, took the women
and children into their teepees and wigwams.
      The WASP called the Lenape half breeds,                “Delaware." for "De La Warr's kids."
     Later, new English immigrants knew 
     what Old Norse phrases meant.  
     They asked troubling questions about Lenape.
     So, the WASP leaders attempted to call all 
     Lenape "Delaware"to hide the
      “Abide with the pure” meaning of "Lenape." 
      "Delaware" had no hint of "pure."
When the WASPs in New England were hanging      Mary Dwyer and other Quakers, 
Talerman, the Lenape "Speaker of the People"       gave Quakers Pennsylvania, so the Quakers
could live in peace "as long as the waters flowed."
Quakers and Lenape lived in peace
for forty years.
     Then a new wave of WASPs immigrated .
     The new WASPs rewarded the cannibals
     for hunting, killing, and eating Lenape 
     as far west  as the Mississippi.
     The Lenape Miami became known as the
     "land of ghosts."
      Today, modern mapmakers write 
      "Little known tribes" in the
       southern Ohio and Illinois region.
            That region would have supported more
            people per area than any other region.
In the north, the WASPs called all Christinaux,
along the south shore of Hudson Bay, "Cree."
to hide the “Christian” sounding name.
     The name DOES mean "Christian."
The French wrote "Christian Sea," where, later,
the English made mapmakers use "Hudson Bay."
In New York and New England, thousands of Lenape were slaughtered in five major massacres.
The Lenape stopped the Virginia Militia,
 but suffered great losses.
But, the Lenape helped stop the English 
during the Revolutionary war.
     For that effort The Lenape were promised
     that the Lenape could form a state.
     That never happened. 
     The Lenape leader, "White Eyes" 
     was killed in a ambush on colonial land.
Then, the Lenape stopped the U.S. Army
—cold—three times.
But the Lenape suffered another massacre
of women, children, and men in a fire.
Red Feather taught General Jackson 
that it was not possible to kill all Lenape.
     So, President Jackson ordered the U.S. army
     to move most Lenape across the Mississippi.
         These migrations are called the 
         “trail of tears.”  
         The name "trail" implies only one. 
         There were many.
Some Lenape avoided the "trail" by going
 to church early and often.
The PURE People on the river of the Divine 
     chose to resist movement.
    Those Lenape lost the Blackhawk war.
    By the surrender treaty, the Illinois tribes
    were not allowed to use their name, ever again.
Then the Cheyenne were massacred three times
on the Great Plains.
     After the third massacre, their perennial
      enemy, the Sioux, provided the Cheyenne
      with shelter, food, and comfort for healing. 
Both the Sioux and the Cheyenne moved to the
very remote the Little Bighorn for safety.
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The WASPs first allowed the Lenape to vote 
     in the 20th century.
     Before then, the ancestors of the Lenape 
     had been born on this land for five centuries.
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The WASPs suppression by omission made the 4,000 Lenape “vanish.”  
I am eager to debate the issue so that the Lenape (Norse Catholics) will no longer be omitted from history.  
I want scholars to “lay their evidence on the table.” I want a PUBLIC discussion.
If scholars ignore the hypothesis of Lenape (Norse Catholics), they are continuing the WASP tactics to suppress by omission.
Modern anthropologists, historians, and linguists will not want to suppress knowledge.
Am I thinking correctly?
If so, please make a comment.
Myron Paine, Ph. D., Author Frozen Trail to Merica

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