October 9, 2017

Happy Columbus Day!

Happy Columbus Day on this rainy Monday.
Cristoforo Colombo, son of Genoa,Italy the great explorer who opened up the Americas.
 What did he look like?
"At the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, 71 alleged portraits of Columbus were displayed; most did not match contemporary descriptions. These writings describe him as having reddish or blond hair, which turned to white early in his life, light colored eyes, as well as being a lighter-skinned person with too much sun exposure turning his face red. Accounts consistently describe Columbus as a large and physically strong man of some six feet (1.83 metres) or more in height, easily taller than the average European of his day.
The most iconic image of Columbus is a portrait by Sebastiano del Piombo, which has been reproduced in many textbooks. It agrees with descriptions of Columbus in that it shows a large man with auburn hair, but the painting dates from 1519 and cannot, therefore, have been painted from life. Furthermore, the inscription identifying the subject as Columbus was probably added later, and the face shown differs from other images, including that of the "Virgin of the Navigators."
Welcome to a blog that does not re-write history for bogus, ridiculous political
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What the politically correct leave out in their new history that tries to make Christopher Columbus look bad,  is that Indians of the Americas were killing one another off through horrific human sacrifice at a rate of several hundred thousand per tribe per year!
This human sacrifice, extremely bloody by the way and involving the best, brightest young men and hundreds of thousands of women and children per year, was practiced all the way up to North America.
They believed the gods required it and were at war most of the time to take prisoners for these religious sacrifices and as I said a few hundred thousand were required by that religion per year.
The Spaniards were horrified by what they saw.
Did they build the pyramids etc?
Nope.  As their leaders told the Spaniards, the great buildings were there when they got to the Americas  from wherever they came from.. probably Mongolia . They didn't build them.
Whoever did build them, demanded sacrifice and frightened them immensely.
It would take great fear to push nations into war to gain such high numbers of sacrificial victims.
Part of history removed from view is the huge giants who roamed the Americas pre-Indians. All the tribes have history regarding them and the terror they left behind.
Their skeletons and gigantic skulls were systematically "lost' by the large museums since they interfere with the officially sanctioned history of the world.

It is my belief that those buildings, which are impossible for us to rebuild even today, were pre-flood.
You know when the atomic bomb was tested Robert Oppenheimer said, "Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds".  He was quoting the Bhagavad Gita written over 5000 years ago which described ancient nuclear war, flying saucers and ships based on magnetic levitation and genetic alteration of people and animals.
When asked how it felt to set off the world's first nuclear bomb, Oppenheimer told them it was the first in our day only... but not the first in the history of the world.
He understood that modern man is not as modern as he thinks nor is history exactly what you've been taught in school.
As Solomon said, what was is, what is was and there is nothing new under the sun.
Nothing.
We cannot build pyramids and walls like we see in Mexico, Central, and South America. The technology does not exist. The tolerances and cuts are impossible even with fine lasers.
We do not have cranes that can lift stones as heavy as those either.
Incas etc built on top of them but the building is vastly inferior by comparison.

So history is not what you are taught in school.
So save the whining and cringing and wringing of hands over Columbus Day and save the whales instead.
Columbus Day is big for Italian Americans and Puerto Ricans.
It should be big for us all.

This little film is a tradition here for Columbus Day.


4 comments:

  1. Wow! What a fantastic post Annie. Non-believers would learn a lot from reading this post. Even I learned a few things reading this. Thank you my friend for sharing. Have a blessed day my friend.

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  2. It is rainy and muggy here, ick. Umm...I had to giggle...this morning, hubby went out to check the mail and I told him there is no mail because its, "Indigenous people day, according to California."---he didn't like that, lol.

    Great post, friend. Thank you for not being politically correct.

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  3. What an awesome post... telling it like it is. Thanks for all the info.

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  4. Now that is the best info I've ever read regarding Columbus, and the Indians, etc....Wow!!I would love to share this on my facebook page with some people...but I won't because they don't want to hear or see truth or anything that interferes with their political agenda. It's sad when we see history being re-written today to keep future generations from knowing the whole truth. It is actually a bit frightening...because when we don't know the truth about history, we are often doomed to repeat it... Thank you for this enlightening post. Have a blessed day!!!

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