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The Truth About Columbus and the Founding of America

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The article below is an excerpt from the new book Alchemy of the Modern Renaissance, Find a full table of contents and full breakdown of all 87 chapters here ssance/


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Barbara W (342)
Thursday November 22, 2012, 4:44 pm
Excerpt: " Contrary to the Europeans claims that the Americas were a vast uninhabited wilderness before western “discovery”, there was actually a massive native population that numbered in the hundreds of millions.

Traces of this large population seemed easy enough to destroy at first, considering the natives put a great deal of care into making as little an impact on their environment as possible.

However, as time passes archeologists are continuing to uncover evidence that the pre Columbus civilizations were much more advanced and populated then the historical record tells us. Even the ship logs of early European explorers show us a much different story than we were told in history class.

That’s not the only thing we were lied to about in history class. The ruling elite were also well aware that there were unexplored continents on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. Many early European civilizations took voyages to the other side of the Atlantic over a thousand years ago, it is even believed that early Irish and Norse cultures actually had trade established with some Native American tribes.

All of this information was hidden from most of the general public, only the nobility who were literate and had a decent understanding of history knew that the world was twice as big as most people believed. As I discuss many times throughout this book, oppressive warmongering rulers always hide important information from their subjects so they are easier to control and more willing to accept subpar living standards, this situation is no different. The myth that the world was flat was merely propaganda to keep explorers from traveling west and discovering the new world before the monarchy was able to claim it.

Due to lack of resources and the extensive crusades and inquisitions that were raging in Europe for many centuries, it took the elite until 1492 to make their official move across the Atlantic Ocean. Prior to this, only exploratory voyages were taken to the new world in order to prepare and gather information for future colonization.

When the elite were ready for conquest they sent an inquisitor and mapmaker by the name of Christopher Columbus to begin the Native American genocide and colonization process. Columbus was not an explorer but one of the few elite members of society that had access to occult information such as the existence of the Americas." More at link...
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