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When the waves were calm
in the land they left,
the Lenape lived together there
in strong hollow houses
 with thick roofs.
(LENAPE historian, AD 1350)
Hi, I amMyron.

I invite you to join in a quest to develop an university curriculum for the TRUE ancient history of North America.
The TRUE ancient history was suppressed by 17th century Englishmen, who used suppression by omission tactics, and deliberate use of bogus names for American people and languages.

The 17th century English in America wanted to suppress ancient history because they knew that most Americans were Catholics, who spoke Old Norse.

If the Pope, who enforced the Doctrine of Discovery, knew the Americans spoke Norse, he would have proclaimed that North America belonged to Norway.

 In England, during the 17th century, Englishmen were engaged in religious  warfare.  The 17th century Protestants cut the head off a Catholic King.  In America, the Protestants called the Catholics, “savages.”

Then, later, another English Catholic king would establish the Dominion of New England over the Puritan colonies.   The English Protestants response was to suppress all information about American Catholics and to call them "savages" or "Indians".

Many of those Catholics spoke Norse.  The English were eager to agree with the French that the "Indians" spoke "Algonquin."

For four centuries American students have not been taught that America’s people were mostly Catholics.
There were few Catholics in the colonies before the U.S. Bill of rights, with the freedom of religion clause, was ratified.

But then, only Catholics, who came from Europe were acknowledged.   In the 19th cencury most of the Catholics, who were called  "Indians," were moved by force to migrate to land west of the Mississippi.

Some of thhe Lenape in New Jersey escaped the forced migration by going to church regularly--like loyal Catholics do.

Thus the TRUE ancient history of North America was, and remains, suppressed.

The history taught in universities becomes a paradigm.  The current paradigm is a myth that suppresses Catholics, who spoke Norse.  The paradigm should be changed to include "Catholics, who spoke Norse.

  Changing of history paradigms requires, at least, a semester course.  Universities should teach a semester of a TRUE America course.  Fortunately, an 18-week course of the LENAPE history is available.  LENAPE historians’ created the LENAPE history as they lived through the ancient episodes of America.  They created the history to inform their descendants.

Each week the students study LENAPE history stanzas, rune stones, and Norse words found in North America.  Answers are presented at the end of the week.

The Ancient American Magazine, Archaeology of North America before Columbus, has published several articles of the Norse in America.   

A final challenge of the course is to have the students place the conclusions of the articles into the TRUE ancient North American history.

I asked you to join me in the quest because you have an university teaching role.  I hope you will accept the quest.  Reply to me so I can add your name to the Quest list.  

But if you decline to search for someone to teach the TRUE ancient North American history, I would appreciate a reply from you.  I would like to know what element of my request needs to be strengthened.   

If you chose to ignore my request for feedback, I will understand, --the suppressors, your teachers, taught you well.  

You, too, like them, will continue to suppress by omission.  Unless those on this quest defeat the suppressors, like you. our grandkids may never know that there were other True histories of ancient America. 

 Those histories will have been suppressed by omission.

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