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22.7.14

CATHOLICS, WHO SPOKE NORSE


Fact: 
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Catholics, who spoke Norse have been in North America since AD 1050  AD.
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They were formerly Catholics who were stripped of Catholic administration during their migration in the Little Ice Age.
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Nature [in the role of the Ice Age climate] separated Church and State.
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The "Church" became the local congregation with a local medicine man/shaman, who taught the bible stories, treated illness, was a spiritual advisor, and presided over the life changing episodes like birth, naming,  marriage, and death.

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The "State" was developed from the Nordic Althing.  
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Norsemen were accustomed to independent action including the right to speak.
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The "Thoeng"was a meeting of the multitudes, where the men discussed the way society should be.  Each Norseman was expected to live up to the agreements made at the "Thoeng."  Norsemen were each expected to be enforcers of the agreements.
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.Usually, if there was a disagreement, a local Judge, who was called a "Sakkym," would make the final decision.
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[Iceland became Christian when  a Judge decided the religion of Iceland should be Christian.]
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Fact: 
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Norse Christians were along the Atlantic coast, when the English Protestants  invaded.  The English knew that Catholics, who spoke Norse were on the shores.

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The Catholics, who were Norse, wore crosses and had beliefs similar to Catholics.  
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[The Catholics, who spoke Norse, had a "Mother" (of Jesus) in every temple, similar to the Virgin Mary in every church.]

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The English Protestants knew about the Mother of Jesus but they called her a “Monster.”  They destroyed the temple, burned the history sticks, and wrote that the "natives were pagan."  The English suppressed Catholics, who spoke Norse by calling them "Indians," a name the English used to mask the Catholic name and the Norse Language.
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But the Catholics, who spoke Norse, knew Genesis, the ten commandments, the Gol.ry, the Jesus story, about life everlasting, and they had a "mother" in every temple. They DID have temples.
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The English Protestants mistook Catholics, who spoke Norse, for recent French Catholic converts, who they also exterminated and suppressed.  See below.
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Fact:
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The English Protestants exterminated Catholics, who spoke Norse, from AD 1612 to later than 1720.

The English Protestants purged most of the evidence of Catholics, including Catholics, who spoke Norse during the 17th century of American history.
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HYPOTHESIS: 
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This lack of evidence of Catholics, who spoke Norse has profoundly distorted North American history.

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COMMENT:  
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We are all involved. 

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We all learned early American history without being told that the history of the Catholics, who spoke Norse, and other plausible histories were suppressed.
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 We do not really know what knowledge was suppressed centuries ago. We now have enough evidence to conclude that much was suppressed.
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We cannot continue to accept the English Protestant version of early American history as the only valid history.
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Some of us write the early American history curriculum.  The major history in the curriculum is a myth created by 17th century English Protestants.  
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American historians do wrong by not publishing evidence that reveals the suppressed knowledge.  If we do not publish the evidence, we are promulgating the myth.  
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We should be involved in recovery of repressed knowledge. 
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Truth is one attribute many people treasure.  

I.e. "The truth will set us free."
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The students of today, who seek the truth, should be empowered with all the knowledge.
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We are all involved.
Let us do SOMETHING!
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Start by reviewing the history of Catholics, who spoke Norse in LENAPE LAND.

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Become aware of the English suppression of Catholics during the 17th century.

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Advocate recovery of the suppressed information.

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Demand that elementry school children see the
list of Norse Artifacts in North America.
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Demand that alternate histories, like the Lenape, 
Catholic, Norse, French, Spanish, and others, 

be taught in the same classes as Early American History.

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