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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?.
(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?
-----------DISCUSSION:-----------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, WI, 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 horizon-sky angle seen through the slit, was similar to the angle between the eyeball and marks on the wood, stone, or ivory.
"By sighting on the sun through a very small hole, they could determine the angle to the horizon. That angle was the degrees latitude.
"LENAPE, 1,000 years ago were able to determine the latitude where they were standing, +/- 30 miles.
The LENAPE were rowing into North America by following the Copper Traders route, which was known 3,200 years before the LENAPE were the most people using the route.
"Kids learn that stuff in modern schools. Don’t they?”
What are the two marks?
“The old Lenape was talking about James Bay, CA not Ohio were the sounds were recorded.
He knew the two blips meant two animals. Hewanted the person reciting the self-validating stanza to remember to say "deer and 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 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: Ancient stone-----------
Do you think the Bourne Stone had marks punched into it by:
1) Hannibal's relatives,
2) LENAPE, or
3) an English agent, who wanted to fool historians?
4) an English boy who wanted to fool teachers?
”1) Hannibal's relatives,
“The Runic alphabet on the Bourne 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 17th century Englishmen wanted people to believe that North America was a PRISTINE wilderness.
They tried to convince
academic people and public media to believe that a boy scratched the marks to play a trick on a teacher.
“Because in the minds of people, who have had the solid evidence overwhelmed by the paadigm of the PRISTINE WILDERNESS MYTH, the stone is controversial and therefore not something to be published in the school kid's text books.
Do you understand what is happening? We grew up thinking that there were NO rune stones in North America. [There are over 44. Most of them are decipherable--if the language is Old Norse.]
Yet academic people can always find something to argue about. So 44 rune stones are "controversial." Publishers do not want to sell History books with controversial stuff inside. [Their primary goal is to make a profit by selling non-controversial text book.
“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 Bourne stone look like. All they can learn 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 English invaded because—well—the kids did NOT see any pictures of evidence--did they?
----------Part C: NORSE WORDS-----------You should have found this page.
Look at Michigan and Milwaukee
The mother of my grand kids found this: