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Herein lie the "Lost" Boreas Files by Rockessence

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Janna Britton
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« Reply #135 on: November 16, 2008, 03:33:03 am »

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  posted 01-13-2005 18:46             
Well, there certainly once existed a culture in the Atlantic ocean, that appeared shortly after ice-time.
We know that this culture expanded from a common source - some 9.000 years ago. It shows first on the westcoast of Scandinavia, from where this island-jumping seems to have started. Here we also find the historical capitol of this "Sea-Kingdom", until it became invaded/conquered, around the year 1000. From that period this Kingdom ceased to exist - and its hsitory changed completly.
By the 14th century all mainland Scandinavia was also under the inquisitional rule, ending as an obedient part of the Latin rule and culture.

Some of the old remains lived on though - especially in the most northern areas, close to the "rim of existence". One such example being the populations of Greenland and Labrador. As the connection with their old capitol was broken, they were quickly weakened. By 1372 the "Ships with guns" started appearing from the south - slaying and errasing the old neighbours of the Eskimos.

Not even the churches and the Biscopal Seat was saved. During the 15th century the ships returned and soon errased all the old populations around the coast of Greenland, Labrador and New Foundland. Suitable individs were taken captive and enslaved. Thus the Portuguese named one of their new colonis "Labradore" - naming the resources to exploit.

We all know that Christobal Colon
repported to both the Portuguese and the Spanish about his discoveries. What is also brougth to ligth is that Mr. Colon came by the harbour of Bristol in 1477, on his way back south, from a roundtrip in the north Atlantic. It is also clear he visited Iceland, - which was the normal route of the English/Scottish trade-vessels.

In his admiral notes - the noble Colombus explain how this trip enabled him to visit the northern top of this island, which coastline lasts to the "african climate-zone". That means he probably followed to the English trade-ships to New Founland, were the local "North-men" delivered artic skins, white falcons and artic ivory. Even the Basques are repporting to have sailed to Labrador anually - already from the 11th century - getting dried cod.
The trip - and a set of due meassurements, made the Venetian cartographer the assertion he needed, - to evaluate the milage between the Azores, respc. Canary Islands - and the continent of "Insula Fortunate".

But before the Spanish and Portuguese could gain "free access" to the richness of the Americas the old northern connection via Greenland, giving Norway the "rigths" to eastcoast America, was simply out of the question. Thus the connection-point, Greenland, was extincted. Even the Biscopal Seat, as all other buildings and churches was destroyed. Only a few refugees escaped to Eskimo-camps on the inland ice-cap. The eskimo still tell that story in their sagas. But the last remains of the original Greenlanders, - ceased to exist around 1450 - "after three following summers of pirat-ships attacking with guns", according to the stories of the eskimos.

Since than all stories - not to say A history - of this Atlantic Kingdom ceased to exist. Thus America could be "discovered" 1492. Since 1502 the whole area, from Mexico til Greenland were to be Portuguese. By the Treaty of Tordesillias - for those who like to investigate into the intertia of papal politics during its latest, continental expansion.

The archeological evidences from New Foundland 1962 proved that the old ship-culture of the North Atlantic INDEED knew of the continent, as the remains of a Norse village were excavated on Lance Deux Meadows.

Since then a growing amount of evidence and source-material are showing that branches of this population went as far as the sub-artic climate reached down by the east-coast. In 1979 they even found the remains of a nail-built ship, about 950 years old, on an island of Haiti. So the long-distance oceanic sailing was obviously presnt in the early, historical atlantean culture.
The last 30 years have been exposing old scams in a series of archaeological discoveries from the US eastcoast, like "Memories From an Errased Past".

At the end of the day we need to re-asses and reconsider the whole picture of the North-Atlantic area after ice-age. Already 9.000 years ago this culture appeared to inhabit ALL the islands of the Atlantic north. In less than 1000 years they populated all these islands, and after another millenia they had rosen giantic stone-structures, - such as the ones on Orkney Island, still standing.

The main characteristics of this culture was:

1. Basic marin food-culture
2. Ship-building
3. Island agriculture
4. Megalittic Constructions
5. Travel and Trade
6. Oceanography and navigation
7. Art, astronomy and academics

Being the only artical population of the North Atlantic these islanders sure qualify to be "specificly adressed" - as an etnic and cultural group. Like their closest neigbours, the Eskimos.

Both Eskimos and their neigbours - called "North-men" have historic and cultural roots. The eskimo from Tibet, the Norse from the Baltics. But from the same origin, - off the original man that tred the earth before we got divided. By the historical ice-time...

If we like to discuss an "Atlantic Kingdom" we better understand that history may have something to do with it.

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