Wednesday, August 30, 2017


The label for this engraving made from John White's painting says 'Ther Idol Kivvasa'

KIVVASSA means "Mother" in Old Norse.

So John White painted the "Mother of Jesus" in North Carolina in AD 1585.  He attached a Norse word to the Label.

Some English agent must have recognized that this drawing and its lable was damaging evidence to the NEW WORLD paradigm the English were promoting.

So White's painting of the Mother of Jesus and the Old Norse word in the label was destroyed.

But the Frenchman De Bry had already copied most of John White's paintings.  A valid question is "How many other paintings were destroyed because the labels had Norse words?

The English KNEW before AD 1600 that the Americans spoke Norse!

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