Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Re: geology of vinland
- very kind of you to say that steve, i try to contribute. its amazing that they fear speaking of the rebound of continents. i would go further and say that plates move up and down vertically to adjust the mass of the earth, even if the retreat of a glacier was not involved. nothing prevents plates from moving in all dimensions, vertically, laterally, or circular. its almost a waste of time to read geologists when their conclusions are limited by conformity, and they deny vertical plate movements, and think millions of years were required for major changes. i read them merely to consider what they saw, and come to my own conclusions.as my studies went on, i became convinced that most of our native tribes originated in south america. some lingered awhile in central america before coming further north. i believe that the cherokee, apache, and flathead came from the northern andean region, with connections easily found there.Regards
www.all-ez.com----- Original Message -----From: hilgrenSent: Thursday, November 29, 2007 12:23 PMSubject: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Re: geology of vinland
hi mike and all,,
>the krs runestone made me think that the land and water was
> different in that region in 1362 ce.
>> many dont realize how much america has changed in the past 1000
some of the beaches in the
> northeast have uplifted 22 feet
yes mike this is all very true...i believe the americas have changed
greatly since the glacial age ended about 10,000 years ago. But there
seams to be a lot of confusion as to what,,, and when all these
changes occurred...a time line of the these changes and the arrival of
these ancient explorers and the birth of these many indian nations has
not yet been attempted.
the uplifting or rebounding from the weight of the glaciers has been
found in europe and the redriver valley too,, but the experts don,t
seam to want to touch this subject either..
a great deal of the puzzle parts are missing but i have now begun to
see the picture of the landscape 3 dimensionally and with a bit of
you personally have added more than you realize too...
--- In Precolumbian_ Inscriptions@ yahoogroups. com, "mike white"
<aumsparky@. ..> wrote:
> im reading schoolcraft' s exploration to the source of the
mississippi river..... author admits of possible springs feeding
these northern lakes. he speaks of only 6 miles separates it from
superior, with sand intervening. ...."""
............ ......... ......... .
mike,,,because of this post and it being about my home state of
minnesota i picked up on the idea of there being an ancient waterway.
i then read and learnt,,, that 6 miles you refered to is the savanna
portage and was considered the worst of all portages. it ties the
mississippi to the st,louis river and completes the east west waterway
across minnesota from the redriver to lake superior.. when looking at
the west end of this ancient waterway i followed the lower branch of
the leaf river to it source and then noticed that this was the
continental divide and that two mile south of here the chippewa river
began and flowed south,,,and past the hill the KENSINGTON RUNESTONE
was found on. ............ .....BINGO, ,,,,the adventure was about to
begin....... .......(the lights have come on)
from that post i then found what i believed to be a portage between
the leaf river and chippewa river on google earth....this is the tip
of the ice berg..(and i was still in california)
if i were to tell you that last summer i did a trip to the midwest and
found the portage and at one end of the portage there is a medicine
wheel,,,you may chuckle and a few may even drop off your site(though i
hope not) and then at the other end of the portage i found two mooring
well mike,,, am i on to something... ?,,,i don,t know what a medicine
wheel is ,,,but i am learning fast...when i stood on the capstone and
watched the sun rise on june 21st between the two bolders where i had
predicted it would rise,,,,i knew no one is going to believe this...
(and a few neighbors may think that i have really took a step too far)
on the kensington runestone it says,,,"FROM THIS ISLAND"...
i see that island clearly now....
this is called the alexandria morraine...
it is about a hundred miles long and fifty miles wide and was at one
time the eastern shore of glacial lake agassiz...it is 500 feet above
the prairie and redriver valley..
mike says,,,""" when the vikings reached the midwest about 1000 ce, it
> desert, with huge rolling sand dunes,"""
probably not all of it...
1000 years ago this strip of high ground was like an island...it was
covered with oaks and maples and is the strip of hard woods that
separates the prairies of the dakotas from the wetlands and swamps and
pine forests of the eastern part of the state..here also grows the
wild grapes that was mentioned in the viking sagas..
these oak forests take thousands of years to evolve.
............ ......... ......... ....
here on this island there has been a dozen viking age artifacts found,
and over a hundred mooring stones and a thousand unidentified
mounds,...here on this island in 1362,,,30 ancient explorers had found
there way back to VINLAND.
i hope you too are beginning to see this high ground on the prairie,,,
as the indians also called it......
it is like the nose on my face,,,,i have trouble seeing it at times...
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