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Herein lie the "Lost" Boreas Files by Rockessence

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« Reply #135 on: November 16, 2008, 03:40:09 am »

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  posted 01-26-2005 10:38             
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Atlantic Time-line
Because the Northern cultures can be traced back to a "point zero" it is possible to assess ALL archeological data on one time-line, where a definite 0-point is completly clear - as we get 10.000 years back in time. Present geology (US/England/Norway 2002)actually points to 10.300 BP as the last date of existence of the Scandinavian Glacier. And still the next date; 9.900 BP identifying the abscence of the Glacier, - still stands...
The growing consensus within geological circles are stating that the process of disappearance have been VERY fast. Excluding "melting" - and thereby "climate-change" as a main-factor to explain the end of the Eurasian/American ice-time. Mass-movement have MUCH more to do with, - correlating the present discoveries within the ocean, - presenting wide profs of a sudden rise in the Ocean Level, "some 8.700-11.000 years" ago.
Hundreds of islands in the North Atlantic Seas were populated after ice-time. From arctic people - from the west-coast Europe. The only reasonable logic from all known facts about this populations tell of a arctic sea-culture evolving out of the Scandinavian area. Thus North-Way become the trade mark of the land, where the large ocean-current ("Gulf-stream") reach the 62-65 degree North. In this area experienced sailor could turn west - and head into the larger realm of the Atlantic. With good wind, a straight ship - and "16 men behind oars" they could cross the Gulf-drift (3 knots here) and reach Iceland in less than 48 hours...
Then we have the atlantic island-jumping; populating The Orkney islands, The Feroe Islands and South-WEST Greenland. Before returning back home - to Norway?! Maybe, - but only in the initial phase. Turning around and sailing straight back towards Feroe islands is another matter thou. Then You may wait for months, to get SOME wind, - blowing SOUTH and east. Which (today) normally appears in the period January-March. When the worst winter is deep frozen and completly dark...
Thus the way further west, - following the southwards stream became apparent. Finding the "sources" of the eastward stream, - reaching the British Isles and Europe. Which they really DID. We have proves of a stranded Scandinavian "Viking-ship" found in Haiti (1974), carbon-dated at just about the year 1000 (AD). If we pull Indian, Norse and Mediterranean history and legend together - we may understand that the archaeological evidences - such as the pre-columbian mining in Michigan - is ONE of the many memories still existing - of the culture that Plato called Atlantis.
Its 2005 and about time to take our very own eyes, ears and senses seriously. Even if we are educated. A large amount of pre-conceived knowledge have shown to contain a large amount of "errors" to. As we discover that some "errors" of the history-book are based on fraud or deception we may feel strange about some of these things. Thus we need brush our small greys and look again - with fresh eyes. All real research build on that.

Hundreds of islands in the North Atlantic Seas were populated after ice-time. From arctic people - from the west-coast Europe.
The only reasonable logic from all known facts about this populations tell of a arctic sea-culture evolving out of the Scandinavian area. Thus the North-Way become the trade mark of the land, where the large ocean-current ("Gulf-stream") reach the 70 degree North.
In this area experienced sailor could turn west - and head into the larger realm of the Atlantic. With good wind, a straight ship - and "16 men behind oars" they could cross the Gulf-drift (3 knots here) and reach Iceland in less than 48 hours...
Then we have the Atlantic island-jumping; populating The Orkney islands, The Feroe Islands and South-WEST Greenland. Before returning back home - to Norway?!
Turning around and sailing straight back towards Feroe islands is another matter thou. Then You may wait for months, to get SOME wind, - blowing SOUTH and east. Which (today) normally appears in the period January-March. When the worst winter is deep forzen and completely dark...
Thus the way further west, - following the southwards stream became apparent. Finding the "sources" of the eastward stream, - reaching the British Isles and Europe. Which they really DID. We have proves of a stranded Scandinavian "Viking-ship" found in Haiti (1974), carbon-dated at just about the year 1000 (AD). Though - 30 years ago this found was not accepted as "significant" - since it did not fit the present "opinion" of the authoritative historians.

The findings of New Foundland 1962 was still not accepted. First after the Colombus jubilee (1992) did the "Norse discoverer Leif Eriksson" become "comme-il-faut" within broader academic circles. In 1995 Heyerdahl started a survey on the earliest sources of information about the Norse connections to Greenland-America. Based on the works of Kare Prydz it is clear that the Norse sailors of the old North was covering all the North Atlantic, - from a capitol city in the Trondheim area. The sailing-route went from Mid-Norway, via Greenland to Chesapeake Bay, or further, - from where they could hit the Ocean current, - all the way to Ireland.
Thus Dublin and Isle of Man was so important to the old Norwegian Sea-Kingdom. It completed the entire circle, being the "magical" ROUND-TRIP of the North Atlantic.
In 1999 Heyerdahl made another important precision. The collected source-material does NOT say that Leif Eriksson discovered Amerika. They says that he LIVED there, - as part of a widespread culture that reached all the way down to Virginia. Governing from Greenland - where his father, - the royal Erik ruled, - from the royal seat of "Brattalid". It is even reported that father Erik was most unhappy that his son Leif had brought the first "black-men" (priests) with him - back from the annual meeting at the Royal Palace in Trondheim, Norway.
The meeting in question happened 995 or 996, just as the first Roman collaborator amongst the Norwegian nobility had made a coup-de-etat, - starting a "Christianization" of all Norwegian cities. Thus the regional chiefs, Leiv included, had to bring priests with them home, build them churches and get the population to arrive there - giving 10 % of their income for their "salvation".
Backed by Vatican annals it is obvious that Leiv Eriksson did not discover America. But he was the one taking the first German-Roman clerics there, - as "missionaries" to the local populations.
The updates on the political changes of Northern Europe - during the period 800-1100 (AD), - shows that there already existed sailing-routes to America, that was PART of the old Norwgian kingdom. The sagas refer to TWO kings, one ruling the North Sea - from the Bay of Oslo,- while the other ruled the North Atlantic. Thus they are consequently referred - in different sources - as "Sea-kings". Their population, culture and "regime" was spread "over an enormous area - over seas". Their possessions were not land, but overseas areas.
A third centre of sea-fare and trade was build by Gota River, where today lays Goten-bourough. Today Gotenborough is part of Sweden - but still it is the capitol city of Western Gotaland. Eastern Gotaland streches to Got-land itself. The old law-books of this two "lands" still exist. Connected to this mideval laws of the Goter, there exist a small "Myth of Origin", stating that "We all come from Gotland (the island)". The expression "We all" is referring to all Gotic branches,- from where also the Norwegian Sea-Kings - and their produce; the Norwegians, - are descending.

 
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