Friday, July 8, 2016

WEEK 9, Part B, 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 B
SMITHVILLE
RUNE STONE

A stone puncher stayed behind in the Pleasant Land after King Hardrada led his marines back to the eastern land.  His Grandson also had a son.  Unfortunately, the son died about AD 1230, before his father did.

The father used his grandfather's bit and hammer to make a memorial stone.  He erected the stone as a vertical grave marker.

Then for over a century the freezing and thawing in the Pleasant land raised the stone about a tenth of an inch per year.  The water seeped into the cracks.  The freezzing ice widened the cracks and flaked chips of the stone away.  

Then, one spring, a driving rain storm tipped the stone onto its face.  From then on the effects of centuries of weaathering were nullified, because the stone lay face down, with dry soil underneath it.

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 in Arkasas?

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.

Yet most adults will not believe the Americans spoke Norse when the English invaded!

Why do the educational systems STILL teach nearly every student about the PRISTINE WILDERNESS until the paradigm becomes "rock hard" in nearly everybody's head?


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