Words are our Best Weapon Against the Lies of History (Truth in the Root of the Word).
When images are depicted in Blue, Bronze, Copper, Brown wood, or any other dark material, they are referring to melaninated beings. (image, Pictish Warrior)
my apartment was surrounded by ravens or crows…I am not sure of the difference. They were on every inch of surface outside my Apartment; the roof, the banister (handrail). When I went further outside there was one Very Large Raven seemingly waiting. As I walked, he hopped along side me. He was as tall as my knee! It was one of the most strange and spectacular things to witness.
After review the above video, I now know the birds that surrounded all the roof tops and banisters were Crows. But the one outside Must have been a Raven, fore he was MASSIVE.
The modern Irish Éire evolved from the Old Irish word Ériu, which was the name of a Gaelic goddess. Ériu is generally believed to have been the matron goddess of Ireland, a Goddess of sovereignty, or simply Goddess of the land.
Ériu, also called Eri, and known as Erin is the daughter of Ernmas the High King of Tuatha Dé Danann, She forms one part of the three Goddess of Sovereignty with her sisters are Banba and Fodla.
The Sovereignty Goddesses were the Queens of Ireland, each married to a warrior of the Tuatha Dé Danann. After the arrival and conquering of Ireland by the Milesians, the three queens asked that their names be used to represent the land.
Ériu was the one mainly used, while the land was romanticized in poetry and storytelling with Banba and Fodla.
In addition to being described as sovereignty figures, Banba, Fodla and Eriu are also described as protectors, guardians, or patrons. Many Celtic deities have the power of shaping, taking different forms, an ability shared with indigenous people.
Powers of the Sea, be mine,
to raise the mists which hide and blind!
Powers of the Earth, rise and open,
expose crevices that seek to conceal!
Powers of the Sky, let fall
the lightning and destroy them all!
Erie tribe from whom the lake takes its name lived along the southern edge, while the Neutrals (also known as Attawandaron) lived along the northern shore of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. The Erie people were an Iroquoian group that are said to have spoke a language similar to Wyandot.
Southwold Earthworks is the remains of a pre-contact Indian village dating from the 16th century. The entrance to the site is located on Iona Road, approximately three kilometres south of Iona Ontario, Canada. A double oval ring of raised earthworks surrounds the remains of the village.
The Great Lakes (also called the Laurentian Great Lakes, the Third Coast, or the Great Lakes of North America) are a series of interconnectedfreshwater lakes located in northeastern North America, on the Canada–United States border, which connect to the Atlantic Ocean through the Saint Lawrence River. The Great Lakes began to form at the end of the last glacial period around 10,000 years ago.
They consist of Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario, they form the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth.a Because of their sea-like characteristics (rolling waves, sustained winds, strong currents, great depths, and distant horizons) the five Great Lakes have also long been referred to as inland seas.
The lakes have been a major trade, transportation and migration route for centuries, are home to a large number of aquatic species.
It seems my post was deleted. source: http://www.tnp.no/norway/politics/4638-sami-parliament-of-norway-celebrates-25th-anniversary
The Sami people (also Sámi or Saami), traditionally known in English as Lapps or Laplanders, are the indigenous Finno-Ugric people inhabiting the Arctic area of Sápmi, which today encompasses parts of far northern Norway, Sweden, Finland, the Kola Peninsula of Russia, and the border area between south and middle Sweden and Norway. The Sami are the only indigenous people of Scandinavia recognized and protected under the international conventions of indigenous peoples, and are hence the northernmost indigenous people of Europe. Sami ancestral lands span an area of approximately 388,350 km2 (150,000 sq. mi.), which is approximately the size of Norway, in the Nordic countries. (wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sami_people)
The first known historical mention of the Sami, naming them Fenni, was by Tacitus, about 98 CE. Variants of Finn or Fenni were in wide use in ancient times, judging from the names Fenni and Phinnoi in classical Roman and Greek works.
Finn (or variants, such as skridfinn, “striding Finn”) was the name originally used by Norse speakers (and their proto-Norse speaking ancestors) to refer to the Sami, as attested in the Icelandic Eddas and Norse sagas (11th to 14th centuries).
As Old Norse gradually developed into the separate Scandinavian languages, Swedes apparently took to using Finn exclusively to refer to inhabitants of Finland, while Sami came to be called Lapps. In Norway, however, Sami were still called Finns at least until the modern era (reflected in toponyms like Finnmark, Finnsnes, Finnfjord and Finnøy) and some Northern Norwegians will still occasionally use Finn to refer to Sami people, although the Sami themselves now consider this to be a pejorative term. Finnish immigrants to Northern Norway in the 18th and 19th centuries were referred to as “Kvens” to distinguish them from the Sami “Finns”. Ethnic Finns are
a distinct group from the REAL Samis.[my edit. Not Wiki]
The current Inuit (Eskimo) and Sami people, as noted above, are culturally and biologically different and visibly distinguishable from the original indigenous people of North America and Northern Europe.
Saami, Sami, Sampi, Same Land…Same People!
The Original Inuit people were a group of peoples who, with the closely related Aleuts, maked up the chief element in the indigenous population of the Arctic and subarctic regions of Greenland, Canada, North America, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia.
These Indigenous Artic People vary with their dialects, which include such Inuit, Inupiat, Yupik, and Alutiit, each of which is a regional variant meaning of “the people” or “the real people.”
The name (term) Eskimo has been applied to Arctic peoples by Europeans and others since the 16th century, originated with the Innu (Montagnais), a group of Algonquian speakers (map); once erroneously thought to mean “eaters of raw flesh,” the name is now believed to make reference to snowshoes.
The native people had no written language. They recorded their historic events through storytelling and symbolic drawings. [isn’t this written history!?]
Three distinctive Native American tribes of the Eastern Woodland dominated the territory now known as Virginia during the late 16th century through the 17th century. These tribes spoke three
different [exact] languages — Algonquian, Siouan and Iroquoian [differing only by dialect]— and lived in organized villages along the banks of the coastal waterways, in woodlands and mountain valleys. They worshipped, hunted and fished, planted crops and traded goods, much like we do today.
Most of the coastal plain was inhabited by an Algonquian empire, today collectively known as Powhatan. The southwestern coastal plain was occupied by Iroquoians, the Nottoway, and Meherrin. The Piedmont was home to two Siouan confederacies, the Monacan and the Mannahoac. The Virginia mountains, by 1600, were hunting territory to many peoples and home to few.
By the time Europeans came to settle western Virginia, it had become another region void of Indian villages. The only natives sighted were hunting, trading, and raiding groups of Cherokees and Shawnees passing through the region.
The Cherokees occupied the mountain valleys of southwest Virginia and along the banks of the Nottoway River near the North Carolina border during the Jamestown landing in 1607. They spoke the Iroquoian language. The Cherokee Nation did not have contact with the English settlers until around 1630, when they began trading with the English who migrated westward.
By 1700 there were only a handful of tiny Algonquian-speaking tribes remaining, and one Iroquoian group. [These were the few that remembered their language and history]
By 1790, only four Algonquian reservations (Pamunkey, Mattaponi, Nansemond, and Gingaskin) and an Iroquoian one (Nottoway) were left. Some of the tribes that lost reservations went on living together nearby, becoming ancestors of the modern citizen tribes (Chickahominy, Upper Mattaponi, and Rappahannock); others dispersed. In the Piedmont, the Siouan tribes withdrew southward, sometimes returning and then leaving again. Non-Indians poured freely into their territory. After the Tuscarora War (1715-16), some Siouans went north with the Tuscarora. Others drifted back into Virginia, less as tribes than as families, and settled in the Piedmont and along the Blue Ridge. The population of these groups was too small to maintain their languages, even on the reservations.
The native tongues of Virginia were practically gone by 1800, none of them having been adequately recorded. The Indians’ traditional cultures changed slowly and without direct interference, and by 1800 even the reservation people were much Anglicized.
* From the Virginia Department of Historic Resources
The Inuit are a race of people both strong in spirit and in mind. The Inuit cultural identity is firmly rooted in nature and the land. It is maintained through storytelling, drum dancing, language, family and cultural laws and traditions, the passing on of traditional hunting and survival skills and traditional arts and crafts.
It is not the sort of museum you might expect if you were looking for evidence of Viking malice and mayhem, but rather a place devoted to explaining how these people lived. For the Vikings essentially were fishermen, farmers and tradespeople.
The museum has been built next to the archaeological site of the biggest “longhouse” discovered so far in Scandinavia. This longhouse, the chieftain’s home, was 83 metres long, longer than your average modern house – and much more draughty. Its shape is like an upturned Viking longship.
The large size of the building and the quality of some of the jewellery, glassware and other artefacts unearthed by archaeologists at the site indicate that the chieftains who ruled here were wealthy, powerful people.
Archaeologists think people have lived at this site since at least 500 AD. However, around 950 AD, in the middle of the Viking period (which extended from 793 with the attack on Lindisfarne monastery in north-eastern England until the Battle of Hastings in 1066), archaeological evidence shows that the building was demolished and the site abandoned.
The original building was divided into living quarters, a banquet hall, a storage room and a stable for farm animals. The museum replicates these rooms. The original building had sod walls, as does the museum, to help insulate the people and animals inside from freezing winter temperatures.
The tenth century was a time of intense turmoil in Norway. Apparently there is historical evidence that the chieftain at Borg at the time disagreed with demands made on him by King Harald Fairhair (Harald Hårfagre, who swore not to cut his hair until he had united Norway into one kingdom and replaced many of the old Viking customs with new ideas from southern Norway). The chieftain consequently left Norway with family and followers to start a new life in Iceland.
Viking boats had a beautiful line, or shape. They were light and fast, easy to sail and easy to row. Their main purposes were fishing and transport, although they are probably most famous in history for carrying Viking raiding parties to other lands,
Inuit Oral Traditions
When Danish missionaries realized in the 18th and 19th century that the farms and churches of southwestern Greenland were abandoned and Inuit hunters were living among the old Norse settlements, they asked the Inuit Greenlanders if they knew what had become of the Norse. The stories the Inuit told were gathered together by H.J. Rink in 1858, and were richly illustrated by Aron of Kangeq, an Inuit artist. Their tales speak of both friendly and hostile contacts with the people they called Kablunat, presumably the Norse.
One of these folktales tells how the Inuit and Norse lived together peacefully, until a misunderstanding arose. Norsemen killed the Inuit, and the Inuit retaliated by killing the Norsemen. To historians in the 19th and early 20th centuries, Inuit aggression was the most likely cause for the disappearance of the Greenland Norse. [The later arriving Norse, which came to “settle” in Greenland, were the people they had fled from.]
Another tale references strange, large ships suddenly appearing in the fjords. The Inuit hid from these ships, but the Norsemen living on farms could not hide, and were attacked by the strangers. Many have interpreted this tale to mean pirates, perhaps from Portugal, killed off the Greenland Norse.
November 28, 2014
Welly, well, well…ask for it, you got it! Have you ever witness someone, experience something totally unexpected; scream, rip off their clothes, and do 10 miles in mere seconds!? Well that would have been me a couple of days ago. Here is what happened.
On November 24, 2014 while entering the bus (at 7:00 in the morning) the driver happily greeted everyone, “Good Morning!!!”. This may not seem unusual for those in other places, but it is most unusual for Norwegians. Throughout the ride he happily carried on a conversation with a passenger seated in the front seat. When she got off the bus, I went to take the seat as I was curious by his unusual behavior. I asked him why was he in such a good mood? I thought I would share some research with him just to see how receptive he was to it. I said,” You know, the Vikings were “Black”. He said, “No I never heard that. Well, Black or White, Like Michael Jackson said, it doesn’t matter.” Then he begin to talk about his brother, who worked on a boat and could “tan” like the British. We both laughed at that!
As I got up to leave he said, “Well, you know We (Norwegians) believe the Vikings were Indians from America”. I screamed! YES!…(and probably turned every shade of purple imaginable.) He looked surprised by my reaction. My eyes started to tear (thank goodness my stop was here). I gave him a BIG Thank you!
Later I told the story to someone, this time I did cry (a little). You cannot image the amount of suffering, but not really suffering. Sleeping on bathroom floors, underneath stairwells, sometime have food but most times not, vandalism, attacks and hateful stares at every angle. There is no way to describe the amount of push-back in researching something where all evidence of its existence has been removed-except that which is in your Soul.
INDIGNOUS LAND OWNER AND ANCIENT ROYALTY RECLAIMS ALL LANDS AND ALL RESOURCES THOUGHT TO BELONG TO NORWAY.
IMPORTANT Press Release:
The landmass and all its regions are now called Northern Lands, a sovereign (non-state) under the authority of Indigenous Land Owner, Ancient Royalty Sovereign Crown Denderah.
Email / Fax Press Release to Media outlets, Newspapers, Companies, Websites to update the regions listings.
*Norwegians Evacuation and Removal Announcement
– February 25, 2015
Northern Lands Sovereign Crown Denderah Issues Edit – February 20, 2015
A Compass Change for Norway: New role for Norwegians – February 16, 2015
*Norwegian Government Shutdown– February 13, 2015
Indigenous Land Owner Repossess Norway –January 26, 2015
Norway Ordered to Stop Drilling – January 21, 2015
Norway loses $860 Billion Sovereign Wealth Fund to
Indigenous Land Owner – November 13, 2015
Norway Forfeits All Lands and All Resources – November 07, 2014
Nazi Experiments leads to Decolonization of Norway – October 30, 2014
Decolonization Declared (video) – October 23, 2014
In 793, one of the earliest attacks were on Lindisfarne (called Holy Island, in England) and Jarrow, the monasteries with riches (ancient treasures, artifacts) were attracted by the latter-date ‘Vikings’, who were working on behalf of the Church to remove all ancient history and pagan knowledge. They plundered and killed indiscriminately there and elsewhere, e.g. on the island of Iona, a centre of Hiberno-Scottish culture. Very soon the latter-date ‘Vikings’ became the scourge of Ireland and the entire north of England.
The nominal element *wīk- to which -ing- was added, can alternatively be identified with Old Norse vík ‘inlet, small bay, creek’ (Old English wīc ‘bay, creek’). If víkingar can be thought of as persons who preferred to stay in small bays or persons who used to go ashore in small bays or to make their ‘raids’ from there, then the element *wīk- can be conceived as identical with Old Norse vík and Old English wīc ‘bay, etc.’. In the absence of harbours with jetties, however, all sailors had to use bays as anchorage for their ships; therefore it is difficult to understand why Scandinavian pirates were named after a common anchoring habit. Even more important is that Vikings used to operate from islands.
A variant of the above interpretation does not refer to small bays used as anchorages or shelters in general, but to one single bay: Vík, the name of the Oslo Fjord in the South of Norway. In this view Vikings originally were inhabitants of the shores of Vík.
Those who combine the word víkingar with the name of the Oslo Fjord have to make clear, how the designation of a small part of the Norwegian population can expand its meaning to denote all Scandinavian pirates.
[*Note on Raid: I prefer trade because that is what they were really doing, those original Vikings, not those that came after them and displaced them. Etymology of Raid, in the 15th century it meant to ride, journey. The word died out by 17century, but was revived in the 1800’s to mean Attack.] Also See Articles: Truth is Written in the Stone. and Moors of the Highlands…My Race is Royal.