21.3.14

MARCH 2014 UPDATE

ALGONQUIN IS OLD NORSE
. Deciphering BEAUTIFUL HEAD
               [So far, four Old Norse words found.]
             Choosing a leader in disparate circumstances.
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     Finished Deciphering MANALTING
              [Eleven Old Norse words deciphered.  The stanza is verified.
              The first recorded government by council in America.

The DECIPHER TEAM has found 15 Old Norse words that were used to create the oldest history in North America.  The deciphering will go on but these 15 Old Norse word in a row are sufficient evidence to conclude that the Algonquin language is Old Norse.

      Therefore all tribes that speak Algonquin have some Norse Ancestors. 
      The Norse were in North America 1,000 years ago.  
       Look at the [light tan] regions in the map below to see where the Norse lived.

AMERICAN LINGUISTIC STOCK
Norse was spoken in the light tan area south of Hudson Bay
and in the darker tan area near the mouth of the Mississippi
ON GOING:
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      smart phone
      38 stanzas of the oldest American history, from Greenland (1125)
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       DECIPHERED
                MANALTING 2/23/2014.

.LENAPE EPIC, TABLE of CONTENTS
     Lenape-Shawnee (a.k.a. Norse Catholic) history from 13,000 to 1585.
       The Maalan Aarum is the oldest American History [AD 1350 to 1585]
        The Maalan Aarum Genesis is the oldest known version of Genesis.
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WYNLAND of WEST, Table of Contents
        The words "Vinland (Wynland) of West" were carved into the Kensington Rune stone.  
        The location of Wynland of West may have been near Ulen, (O Pure) MN.
      HISTORY.
          WATERWAY
          VIKING WATERWAY Update.
          The Lenape made a 4,000 mile 235 year migration from Greenland to Atlantic coast via the Dakotas.
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       LENAPE-SHAWNEE-CONTRIBUTIONS.
.                In America the Vikings called themselves "LENAPE."
                    The Southern Lenape (Shawnee) went south.
                      The Lenape-Shawnee made significant contributions to North America history.

    Norse-Catholics in America
                                        Why did we not learn about Norse-Catholics in history classes?   
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.        The NORUMBEGA Story
                                       Why was Norvegr in America called Norumbega?

                   The MYTHICAL NORUMBEGA Story
                               How Norumbega became a myth.

        NORUMBEGA TOWER
             Norse Catholics worshipped here in AD 1300
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        LOK MAP 
                      shows evidence that the English stole Norumbega (Norway in America).

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.SUPPORTERS
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.        MUSEUMS DISPLAYING LENAPE LAND VIA iPad.
                 BECKER COUNTY MUSEUM
.                 LAKE NIPIGON MUSEUM
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        MUSEUMS DISPLAYING LENAPE ARTIFACTS
..                     Rune Stone Museum.

         LIST of OTHER SUPPORERS
               Scroll down to see full list.
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CONTINUE to PROMOTE
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     VANGUARD of VIKINS in the VALLEY
              Smart phone
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       AMERICAN PARADIGM.
             Smart phone

Continue to ask:
          Why is there so much written about COLUMBUS.
                   and so little about NORSE CATHOLICS?

22.5.13

VIKINGS in the VALLEY

The Wynland of West short course is an opportunity to update your understanding of Vikings in the Red River Valley.  The short course is a comprehensive, coherent review of the archaeological and linguistic discoveries of the last seventy years.

These  developments were made too recently to be added into the history books.  The developments  have provided increased credibility that the Vikings in the Valley is a valid segment of North American history.   The Red River Valley is now one of the oldest historical areas in North America with many artifacts and testimony to support the coherent 4,200 year old history. 

Did the Vikings really come to the Valley?

Thirty-four years ago, 4 archaeologists, 7 Ph. D.s and 16 respected scholars united to make a film for the educators to use to teach that fact!.  [Note: this lag between the research proclamation and educational revision of history taught in the classroom is typical of other paradigm shifts.]

Is there other testimony to support their proclamation?

Six hundred and sixty years ago the Vikings, themselves,  started to record the oldest American history.  One-fouth of that history is now deciphered.  The history tells about a 4,000 mile, 235 year migration through north east North America.  The route of the Viking migration is traceable on old French maps. The history tells about the same locations and some of the events that the 27 scholars identified.

A recent VIKING WATERWAY TOUR further supported the proclamation.  When they prepared the tour guide, the tour guides discovered a large man-made jetty in Stakke Lake.  

A land owner near the jetty stated he had a large stone with a hole in it on his own property near the lake.  Later during the tour, the bus driver identified a second man made jetty.  Then a passenger on the bus, who was familiar with the area, guided the driver to a spot where four large stones with holes in them appeared to define an ancient gathering place.

Thus the tour resulted in the recognition of two ancient man-made jetties and a doubling of the number of stones with holes in the area from the original five to ten.  This evidence indicates that there was a Viking Waterway.  People, who understood the plausible history, saw additional evidence, which indicated the tour bus was following the correct waterway.

The oldest American history can be correlated to nine known historical facts, six geographical locations and the Vikings Visitors conclusions.   


20.4.12

PRESENTATIONS

PLANNED:
There are no planned presentations due to family, age, and health factors.
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I will consider speaking if invited.  The considerations will include time, distance, and audience.
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PRESENTED:
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Sept 28 2013 VIKING WATERWAY TOUR.
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        Forty-five tourists viewed the Viking Waterway evidence
        from Lake Park MN to Alexandria, MN.  Preparation for the
        tour booklet resulted in the discovery of ??? more possible
        man-modified terrain features including:  a large jetty, two
        dams, three dikes, a 1.2 mile straight channel, a 0.4 straight
        channel, a 4 mile portage area, a harbor beside the dikes, and
        the remains of three modified lakes.
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        During the morning of the tour in progress, local residents
        recognized an even more ancient jetty and four stones with
        holes that identified an ancient meeting place or headquarters
        of the Vikings.
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July 16 2013 Wynland of West, Detroit Lakes Community Ed.
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May 3&4, 2013  Norway Day at San Francisco:
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The Norway day crew showed the Viking Waterway Map, to run the Viking Visitors Video, and to passed out Viking-Lenape information.
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Sept 22, 2012, 8th Annual AAPS Conference on Ancient America, Holiday Inn, Marquette Michigan. 
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The NEW PARADIGM
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The Viking Visitors to North America was viewed.
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Vikings were in northeastern America by 1,000 AD.
The Vikings called themselves Lenape.
Lenape were still in western Minnesota in 1362.
The Lenape migrated through northeast America 1350-1585.
The Lenape and 25 other Christian tribes are still here.
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 May 5&6, Norway Day SFO
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The focus of the Norway day was to show the Wynland of West developments.  We visited with an interested group of Norwegians.  We were encouraged by a number of people, who told us how they enjoyed reading the Frozen Trail books. 
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.We got several "Keep up the good work" statements. But, alas, we concluded that our age and transportation complications meant that we should not plan to return next year.
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The Norwegian Club of San Francisco accepted our displays 
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March 29, 2012. 
Kean University, NJ, History of American Indians class, Dr. Esposito, + 15 students.  Two hour presentation.
Paradigm PowerPoint plus full Thomas E. Lee Video. Interested students, Three came up to shake my hand. 
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Students now have the paradigm shift PowerPoint + scriptFrozen Trail to Merica (FTM) manuscripts, and Reider T. Sherwin's the Viking and the Red Man on flash drives.  This information may be copied from students their interested friends.  All the students have the Lenape Migration route map with the evolved tribes on the back.
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The Kean history department has the FTM books and will receive an annual subscription of the Ancient American Magazine (AAM).   The five lead articles in the March issue of AAM have authors from four different North Atlantic countries [Norway, Iceland, Canada and USA.  Their articles describe supporting evidence [Copper Trade, Shelters, Cairns, Norse artifacts] and testimony [Greenlanders' and Erik's sagas and other Norse information including Icelandic sources] for the Lenape Migration and the Paradigm Shift.





13.4.12

NORSE CHRISTIANS called LENAPE


As the Frozen Trail web site and the Lenape Migration Blog developed, other researchers would ask, "What do the Americans (Indians) have to say about your research?"
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My response usually is, "EurAmerican suppression of EurAmerican history is an Euramerican problem."
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But, fortunately,  Americans have contributed written words, money, and effort to further the development of the web site, Blog and the Paradigm Shift Blog.  I thank them from the bottom of my heart.
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Now here is another statement by an American that puts a large stamp of approval on the Lenape Migration.
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The data that the Family Tree Project has compiled is very, very strong evidence that:
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when the invaders came to America, they were met by NORSE CHRISTIANS, who called themselves LENAPE, SHAWNEE, BLACK FOOT, CHEYENNE, MIAMIE, MOHICAN and about twenty other names
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the arrogant invaders, who carried weapons to kill humans, profoundly distorted the EurAmerican history of America by causing devastation first and NOT asking questions later.
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the Maalan Aarum (a.k.a) is the oldest American history.  Unlike most Early American History books written by people with the Eurocentric Paradigm, the Maalan Aarum gives an accurate account of past events.
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Gene Park U.S. Navy Ret.
 BS. Bible, Thg. Theology 
Ret: Clark State Community College.
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"I am of Shawnee decent, Pekowi or Piqua division. [I] have been working with the Piqua Shawnee Project on Family Tree (FTDNA.com) for about six or so years.
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"It is a closed project, however folks can have FTDNA put y-DNA into it by calling FTDNA.  We desire only those of Shawnee decent, however other folks of [American] decent would be welcome.
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"I do have a few words concerning your research and facts that I have observed in our research.
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"Beyond a shadow of doubt, we have observed many migration patterns of the ancient Shawnee people and other tribes.  It is fact that on the northern route into the United States, the Norse people mixed with [American] peoples. (I.e. Inuit) and that is 98.7 percent fact, confirmed by y-DNA.
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"One other factor that crossed my mind is the division of tribes and speech during the confusion of tongues and dispersion of the people at the tower of Babel as recorded in the bible. 
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"To add to authority and truth of the scripture, after the temple at Jerusalem was destroyed and the children of Israel were scattered all over the world.
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The new nation of Israel, which exists today, [has] wanted to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem. 
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"However all the priests and workers had been scattered to all four directions over the earth.  To reestablish the temple the priest had to be of the same family as in the days of old.  So came, during our time and just a few years ago, the Cohen Project at Family Tree and guess what, to the best of my knowledge, they have located these families and stand ready to rebuild when the time comes. 
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"So Myron, DNA located all these families with 98.7 percent data exactly correct.
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"Again Myron, I know you are on the right track with your American data and [I] commend you for your hard work."
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Do YOU believe in the suppression of history?
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No?
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TAG!  YOU are it.  Do Something!


11.4.12

PAMIOK ISLAND

Email from Myron to Tom (Norway)
January 9, 2012 5:06:43 PM PST

 Tom, 
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This is a 1979 film, It may have been started about the time the Canadian Archaeology academics were forcing Thomas E, Lee out of their professional associations.  He was already printing his own "Anthropological Journal of Canada" so he could publish.  I judge this film to be archaeologically honest about the knowledge in 1979.  Notice that the accepted view is now that the Norse came only to Lanse Aux Meadows.  The Eurocentric paradigm says they could not stand living there and left after a few years.
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That paradigm, which says that only a few Norse came and want, saves the Eurocentric Paradigm.  According to that paradigm there were no Norse, let alone millions of Christian Norse, when the English devastated North America.  Just would not appear popular today if our English ancestors killed millions of Christian Norse people to be able to invite the germans, and the rest of Europe, to come in and farm.
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Lee's two publications of 1966 and 1970 were far too threatening to those people trying to deny Norse presence in North America.  Archaeology professionals still want to maintain the myth that America was a pristine wilderness with only a few natives, who were pagans.
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The Eurocentric academic  professors do not know how to cope with the concept that the people in America in 1500 may have included millions of Norse Christians.  The English came promising to convert Americans to be Christians.  They did not expect to find Norse Christians setting on the richest land.
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Lee's conclusions need to be updated because of further research:
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1.  The Long houses were built between 0 and 500 (carbon dating), which would indicate a northern European culture, probably Danes, coming to harvest seal oil.  (Movat, Farfarer.)
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2.  The Long houses were revisited in the 1350-1400 period (Carbon data), which coincides with the Lenape Migration.   The upper layer of artifacts was probably Norse, not Thule.
BTW some authorities think the Thule were descended from Norse.  Fifty eight percent (58%) of modern Thule men cannot be separated by Y-chromosome from men in 12 Northern European countries.
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3.  Evidence of holes inside the stone walls indicate that the roofs were arched vs gabled.  Arched roofs require less timber mass and all of the long houses were above the timber line.
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4.  Photographic evidence indicates that the cairns held up food storage granaries.  True they were placed in strategic places but they were granaries.  In the Sagas Leif's men found a "granary" but nobody near it.
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5.  Their report supports the hypothesis that the granaries were built during the Coppper Trade, 4200 to 3200 years ago when the miners walked into Lake Superior when the ice would make traveling possible.
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The Lenape Epic and the Frozen Trail to Merica cover these details and more.
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On Jan 8, 2012, at 7:35 AM, Tom Thowsen wrote:

7:35am Jan 8


1979 documentary by the National Film Board of Canada. For more info: http://www.onf-nfb.gc.ca/eng/c...

6.4.12

Memorial to THOMAS E. LEE

Look at the Video of VIKING VISITORS to NORTH AMERICA.
[After you read the synopsis, which has been revised to reflect modern knowledge, click (or touch) on Tony Lanzelo to view the VIKING VISITORS.]

This film of Lee's research was suppressed for 31 years. 
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The value of Thomas E. Lee's research is priceless.  Misguided people with the Eurocentric Paradigm entrenched in their heads did not think so.  Thomas E. Lee was driven from the archaeological society and his attempts to publish were suppressed.

Fortunately, the outstanding archaeology reports of Thomas E, Lee were still in the university library.  The reports provided evidence that the oldest American history, the Maalan Aarum (a.k.a. Walam Olum) was valid.  
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Because the Maalan Aarum was valid, a method to decipher the oldest American history was found after an extensive search.
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Because the Maalan Aarum could be deciphered two of the three
modern books based on the Maalan Aarum were written. [The first book, Genesis, Chapters 1-8, was originated by the first authors of the Bible.  Genesis was published for mass distribution via the printing press as the King James Bible in 1625, which was 500 years after the Maalan Aarum was in mass distribution in America via the media of Drottkvaett stanzas keyed to pictographs.]
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Because the Frozen Trail to Merica books were written, a hypothesis was formed that the Norse Christian Lenape were Christian.
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Because of the hypothesis, the Maalan Aarum was deciphered even more. Then the two stanzas about Roman Catholic Bishops were found.
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Because the Frozen Trail to Merica books were read by interested readers, evidence and testimony accumulated.  One element of evidence was a map drawn by the French, which was based on their 17th century knowledge.   The map confirmed the vast land area that the Norse Christian Lenape and associated tribes occupied in North America at year 1700.
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Years of unbelief by university historians, which still exists, might have melted away if the Thomas E. Lee film could have been shown.
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Now the powerful evidence testimony of Thomas E, Lee's film may give the migration of the Norse Christian Lenape the support needed.
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Comments by two other authors may apply to Lee's situation:
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Jerry H. Bentley wrote in 2005:

"A fast-growing body of scholarship reflects increasing awareness that Eurocentric assumptions have profoundly influenced and distorted historians' understanding of the modern world both in Europe and beyond."
(Beyond Modernocentrism, in Contact and Exchange in the Ancient World, which was edited by Victory H. Mair, 2005)

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Earl Shorris wrote in his book, The Death of the Great Spirit, 1978, “The suppression of the true history of America is one of the more exquisite works of human society:” 
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The modern suppression of Lee is only one of the recent known actions of the exquisite works .  If you request, I will provide references for others.
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The exquisite works has made early American history a MYTH for five centuries.
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Because the exquisite works caused the suppression of Lee, thirty one (31) years of  high school students in every school in North America graduated without learning the true history of America.
.Norse were in America early, nearly everywhere, and Norse Christian Lenape were on the Atlantic shores, when the English invaded.  
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Some of those graduates are now teaching history, some are writing history curriculum, some are publishing history text books, and others are composing the "standardized" tests for this cycle of students.
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The exquisite works continues to suppress.
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Thomas E. Lee wanted EVERYONE to know true history.
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Do YOU believe American history should be suppressed
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NO!?
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TAG! You are it!  Do something!



14.2.12

The MAALAM AARUM



In the beginning God created  the Heaven and the Earth.
(Genesis 1 v1)


1. Sayewi talli wemiguma wokgetaki,


And the earth was without form and void;
and darkness was upon the face of the deep;
and the spirit of God moved 
upon the face of the waters.

2. Hackung kwelik owanaku wak yutali Kitanitowit-essop.




And God Said, "Let their be light." 
And there was light."

3. Sayewis hallemiwis nolemiwi elemamik Kitanitowit-essop.



4. Sohawalawak kwelik hakik owak [read, woak] awasagamak.




And God made two great lights, the greater light to rule the day, and the lessor light to rule the night: he made the stars also. (Genesis 1 v17)
5. Sohalawak gishuk nipahum alankwak


..to give light onto the earth: and to rule over the day and the night, and to divide the light from the darkness: and God saw it was good. (Genesis 1 v17-18)  
6. Wemi-sohalawak yulikyuchaan.

7. Wich-owagan kshakan moshakwat [Var. moshakguat.] kwelik kshipehelep.

8. Opeleken mani-menak delsin-epit.



9. Lappinup Kitanitowit manito manitoak.





10. Owiniwak angelatawiwak chichankwak wemiwak.



11. Wtenk manito jinwis lennowak mukom.











12. Milap netami gaho owini gaho.



13. Namesik milap, tulpewik milap, awesik milap, cholensak milap.



14. Makimani shak sohalawak makowini nakowak amangamek.





15. Sohalawak uchewak, sohalawak pungusak.




16. Nitisak wemi owini w'delisinewuap

17. Kiwis, wunand wishimanitoak essopak


18. Nijini netami lennowak, nigoha netami okwewi, nantine'wak.



19. Gattamin netami mitzi nijini nantine'.





20. Wemi wingi-namenep, wemi ksinelendamep, wemi wullatemanuwi.






21. Shukand eli-kimi mekenikink wakon powako init'ako.

22. Mattalogas pallalogas maktaton owagan payat-chik yutali.

24. Won wemi wiwunch kamik atak kitahikan netamaki epit.



                                                         Chapter Three
           Stanze 4.1