Thursday, April 27, 2017


Before Columbus sailed,
AMERICANS had already built CHURCHES
and had TEMPLES for their mobile lifestyle.
The ENGLISH destroyed the CHURCHES and
attempted to suppress the NORSE LANGUAGE.


Jacques Le Moyne painted a picture of the remains of a Churh in FLORIDA about 1564-5

This data is a half century before the ENGLISH invasion.  A Catholic Church had stood on the place where the artifacts remained.

The painting gives clues that the church may have been there a century and a half before Columbus sailed.

The picture shows the remains of what could be a Catholic church.  Some other paintings of the congretion show behavior that might have been practiced by a Catholic congregation, which had their church destroyed about a half century before Le Moyne saw them.

A few details establish this painting as authentic:

 1) the hats seen on the congregation are the same style as the hats worn by the Normans, who invaded England in 1066.

2) Those are southern European shields hanging on the pillar.  (Norse men usually carried round shields.)

3). The insignia on the shields may indicate an European clan. and, 

4). The tall man in the foreground would be typical of a Norse man.

This painting, in Florida, was made  a century and a half after the Templar Knights vanished from Europe.  They may have found an existing Catholic Church, where the people spoke Norse, and then joined the congregation. 

The painting is a half century after the Spanish Conquistadors began to ravage Florida.  The sadistic actions of the Conquistadors is well documented. So the destruction of the Church was probably by deliberate destruction  by men interested in land and wealth.  


BISHOP ERIC GNUPPSON was nicknamed “HENRICUS.”  HENRICUS LEFT GREENLAND IN 1121 to visit his flock of Catholics, who spoke Norse.  He chose to guide his boat load of rowing men down the Atlantic Coast.  

He chose a central location to build a church.  The Catholics in the area called it the HENRICUS' church. 

Five Centuries later, 300 heavily armored men under the command of Thomas Dale marched 80 miles up the south shore of the James River.  

They destroyed villages and crops as they went.  They used the latest flintlock rifles to kill the men and some women.  They drug the good looking women along for night recreation.

At Henricus they took over a “Magnificant Church.”
Thomas Dale moved in.

In that chruch He “possessed” Pocahontas for nine months.

Pocahontas married John Rolfe, but she named her son after the father: “Thomas”

The English have a differenct version of the Henricus settlement.  (Scroll down to “Imagine its 1611”).

Now you have two versions of HENRICUS.


In the 19th century, when Horsford found the stones of a destroyed church, no one even suspectedd that English Protestants of the 17th century would deliberately tear a Catholic Church apart.

 But back in the 17th century the BIG issue was who would claim America.  If anybody knew the Catholics were on the shore, then the English Protestants could NOT claim to be first.  Then the Pope would proclaim that the land belonged to the Catholics, who spoke Norse.

  So the English apparently decided to destroy the Churches and suppress the Catholics, who spoke Norse.

Educators have been suppressing information about the Catholics, who spoke Norse ever since.

The link explains the Catholic Church, which was built in 1688.  I could no longer find St. ANN.  But I did find this "Catholic History of New England," which tells of many groups of Catholics coming to America from 1,000 onward.

But the more interesting detail is the Protestant attacks across international boundries to destroy Catholics up to the 1720s.

We never learned about those details, did we?

The churches attacked by Argil may represent old congegations of Catholics, who spoke Norse.  They may have found new pastors when the French Jesuits arrived in the 1630-40s.  

Notice the "conversions by the thousands."  A conversion rate that high might mean the Norse speaking people were already Catholics.  They recognized the same message in a different language.

The Jesuits Relations begins with the first attempt of the Jesuits to preach the gospel story.  The old man in the back stood up and said "We have one of those." 


Early  in my research I made a survey of things that may have been connected to Norse.  One of those things is repeated below:

          MN, Sauk Lake,                       Holand, 1956, p. 193.

"They ..added ..details to make .. rock seem like ..a church"

Now that we know the Catholics, who spoke Norse were moving their boats over the Minnesota Horst by about 1,000, we can easily believe the large rock had been part of a church.

The location is just before boat crews could launch into the waterways leading to the Mississippi River.  The difficult traverses were behind them.  The Church would have been at the right spot to give thanks for surviving and to pray for smooth travel ahead.


The Catholics, who spoke Norse had developed a life style where they moved their shelters often.  They lived outdoors most of the time and used the shelters only for sleeping.

The altar shown in the link was typical of altars through out the Potomac and James Rivers.  John White painted one in 1585.  One of the 300 heavily armored men recorded standing in awe before they destroyed one in 1611.
Seven churches, or Catholic congregations.\, and many temples of the Mother of Jesus existed in America before Columbus sailed.

The evidence is that the English deliberately tried to destroy the chuches and kill the catholic congregations.  Then they suppressed the knowledge by omitting the "Catholic." "Norse," and "Lenape" from published documents.

Then the suppression became institutionalized a century later when the Protestant Sunday schools became the model for the United States Educational System.

The results are interesting:
1) Most Americans will not believe their ancestors were Catholics, who spoke Norse.

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