The Blue Book Hello All, I recieved an interesting smaller old book. It contains a number of short stories. The edition is the April 1941 copy of the ''Bluehilgren
Good report Steve. I have a few facts which are not public which I will have your input. Attached is one of 80 slides which may be interesting.William Onwmsmithrock1
Hello All Henry Moen lived in Kensington and was a friend of the Ohman family. He was 9 when he accompanied his father out to the Ohman farm to see the stonehilgren
This is the Ancient Vikings in America research/dicussion group blog.
Ancient Vikings and Norse explorers came down the Red River from the north to western Minnesota. This is 'Vinland of west'.
There have been many Viking age artifacts found here in the last 150 years since the arrival of the first settlers. Many mooring stones and the Kensington Runestone (KRS) and numerous stories of remains of Viking ships are all pieces of a large puzzle. The experts of archaeology will not acccept any of this. We will go forward without them and everyone is welcome to comment and participate and help solve this puzzle.
Here will be some of the givens for this discussion:
1.The Kensington Runestone (KRS)is not a fake or hoax.
2.I will refer to this as a 'puzzle' that WE are trying to solve.
3.The picture on the puzzle box shows the ancient Vikings and Norse explorers visiting Vinland aka Minnesota before 1492.
"Hell, there are no rules here. We're trying to accomplish something" (Thomas Edison)
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