Wednesday, July 19, 2017

WEEK 6, PART B, HENRICUS

THE LENAPE HISTORY
OF AMERICA,
AD 1000 TO  1363
 THE COUSINS SEPARATED
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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.Bishop Erik Gnudsson is recorded in the ICELANDIC, NORWAY, and VATICAN records as leaving Nuuk, Greenland in AD 1121 and never coming back to Greenland.
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Bishop Eric Gnudsson was known to fellow churchmen and to his family by his nickname, “HENRICUS.”
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One of the first acts of the English at Jamestown in AD 1610 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 a place, shown on the map below, to the south east of RICHMOND, VI
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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 “ 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 in place before the English invasion.  

Could those crosses have been Catholic Crosses?]

______OTHER ARTIFACTS______

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

The SPIRIT POND stones were only a portion of 72 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?

WHY do the history curriculums NOT mention HENRICUS and the church he built in HENRICO county?

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