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  • Original pictographs & English translation of Old Norse sounds.
  • Formatted for smart phones.

    • Norse History of North America from about  AD 1000 to 1363.

    • Has similar stanza as the 
    • KENSINGTON rune stone,
    • which is now thought to be genuine.

    • A semester long (18 week) course of the 37 stanzas grouped into 18 episodes.
    • Each post should be assigned as homework in conjunction with an assignment in an exsisting Early American History Course.

    • Allot 30 minutes oer week for discussion.
    • The history posts include the Norse version of the settling of America, the coming of the Catholic religion and the LENAPE migration.

    • The history posts Includes links to 18 artifacts that are evidence that the English MYTH is bogus.

    • Includes 18 sets of Norse words to teach the viewer the use of the VIKING and the RED MAN DROPBOX.
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    • Contents of LENAPE LAND BLOG
    • Use the links to go directly to Stanzas

    Links to episodes in North American history before the LENAPE migration in the 14th century.

    • Includes the copper hauling era (2200 to 1200 BC

    • Three mIIlion people from the east side of the Atlantic rowed 200,000 boats over the PAN NORTH ATLANTIC PASSAGE to haul away a BILLION pounds of copper from Lake Superior.  

    • The people on the east side of the ATLANTIC used the stolen copper to create and sustain  the BRONZE AGE.

    • Includes the historical episodes of the ADEANA Culture and the HOPEWELL culture , which followed the copper hauling era.
    The Adena Culture hasd Tifinaq Africa and the Baltic Sea.

    The HOPEWELL culture had Hebrew script including the decolog, which was found in two regions of North America.

    • Includes the Norse settlement in North America, which is called the MISSISSIPPI culture.

    • WYNLAND OF WEST are words on the KENSINGTON rune stone.  The refer to the Norse settlements above FARGO-MOREHEAD (ND-MN)

    • The route of I-95 from MOREHEAD MN TO MINNEAPOLIS MN passes over the waterways that the Norse used to move their boats into the Mississippi Basin.

    • The professors, who teach the 17th century English MYTH, have long ignored the accumulation of Norse artifacts along the I-95 route.  Many of them are listed in this Blog.

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