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Christ in North America? - Native Accounts Tell of His Arrival From the Direction of the Rising Sun

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healed the sick and instituted new laws. Blood sacrifice was for- bidden and replaced by the use of tobacco, today an important element in all traditional Native American ceremonies. Among many eastern tribes, East Star Man,Son of Great Spirit,Creator.


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Scott S (816)
Friday August 1, 2008, 5:35 am

raditions of a mys- terious, bearded visitor from overseas have been current across our continent since pre-Columbian times. The universal image of this man, depicted as an influential religious leader, has fascinated me for twenty years, during which time I conducted my investigations among every Native American willing to discuss his or her tribal history with me. Through them I learned that the mythic memory of this light-skinned (often referred to as white-skinned), robed man occurs in ancient myth among numerous Indian peoples.

But his story is found most frequently in North American legends, which reveal more infor- mation about his appearance and the nature of his arrival. In Middle and South America, he was known respectively, as the "Feathered Serpent" (the Mayas' Kukulcan and Aztec Quetzalcoatl), and "Sea Foam", Kon-Tiki- Viracocha, to the Incas. North of the Rio Grande River, he is generally referred to as East Star Man, Peace Maker, Pale One, Dawn Star, etc.

Native accounts tell of his arrival from the direction of the rising sun, after which he set up a priest- hood among his followers, known as the "Wau-pa-nu" (the spelling is phonetic). They were said to have healed the sick and instituted new laws. Blood sacrifice was for- bidden and replaced by the use of tobacco, today an important element in all traditional Native American ceremonies. Among many eastern tribes, East Star Man is regarded as the son of the Great Spirit, the Creator.

I first learned of this Son of the Great Spirit from Ricardo Baeza, an Ojibwa medicine man in Golden Valley, Minnesota. He approached me after my lecture about the Michigan Plates. Collectively, they were associated with Daniel Soper and Father Savage, early preservers of a large group of cop- per artifacts and stone tablets unearthed from numerous mounds throughout the state of Michigan, beginning in the late 1800s. The objects, today scattered across the United States and Canada in mostly private collections, feature portrayals of familiar scenes from

Michigan Tablet depicting Christ's crucifixion. Tablet is made of a clay material, fired or sun dried, in the archives of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah. Photograph ©, courtesy of David A. Deal.

mostly the Old Testament and three or more, undeciphered, written scripts, together with depictions of what appear to be persons from Europe or the Near East in hostile interaction with Native Americans.

Although condemned out of hand as fraudulent by the archaeologists, the so-called "Michigan Plates" or "Soper Savage Collections" continue to intrigue independent antiquarians, who believe the artifacts were made by an Old World religious community in the upper Midwest during the 4th Century A.D or

earlier. In the 1950s, Henrietta Mertz was the first researcher to identify the "tribal mark or mystic symbol" which commonly appears throughout the collection.

ollowing my Golden Valley slide presentation of the Michigan Plates, Mr. Baeza told me that he could actually read some of the glyphs that appeared on the Soper-Savage tablets, explaining that their symbolic meaning was part of his tribe's sacred tradition. He added that the so-called "mystic symbol" represented the name of the Creator's son, pronounced in the Ojibwa tongue (reading the cuneiform characters from right to left) as "Yod-hey-vah". This name, he said, really has an additional syllable, but the fourth is pronounced only once a year in a sacred ceremony, and then only by a tribal holyman in the great lodge. Mr. Baeza's explanation sparked my memory of an article by Ancient American author, David Deal, in Ancient American's Stone, Clay, Cop


Scott S (816)
Friday August 1, 2008, 11:18 am

Egyptian Artifacts Found in the Grand Canyon in 1909,..Phoenix Gazette April of 1909,..Giant Quartz Crystal ...

Cheryl A (33)
Friday August 1, 2008, 7:41 pm

Tere M (75)
Sunday August 3, 2008, 9:09 am
Thank you so much Scott! Very interesting! :)

LL A (33)
Sunday August 3, 2008, 12:04 pm
Alot to take in. But quite interesting, to say the very least!
Thanks Scott.

. (0)
Sunday August 3, 2008, 7:19 pm
noted thank you

Kathleen R (983)
Monday August 4, 2008, 9:28 pm
I read about this and also read many of the legends related to this issue, & although skeptical at first, I now do truly believe He was here (USA) during His "missing" years.

Mike Tedesco (65)
Monday August 4, 2008, 10:27 pm
There is more history in North America than we were led to believe.Most sites were covered up or destroyed.Tha TRUTH is here to see........

Port Colborne...Golden Horseshoe...Crystal Skull...

Get Our Earth...No Toxic Chemicals...Agrogreen...


Scott S (816)
Tuesday August 5, 2008, 5:42 am

Yes Kathleen, and Mike, I agree, it does not take much time, or research, to find out that everything, that is listed as recorded history, is all made up, ... so easy to see through, if you choose to look into any of this.
some key words,.. the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe, the knights of templars, golden horseshoe, ancient, knights, round table, niagara,
escarpment, port,colborne, quarries,per square miles,serpent mounds, michigan,tablets,runestones,illuminati,marker,millstone,port,colborne, no,grist,mill mill,no water-drop,welland,canal,days,no water,falls,grist,mill,did,not,exist,ancient,history,rewritten,merritt,nwo,
,all,lies,mounds,get,conscious,save,our,earth,agrogreen,North American legends,grasshopper,war,East Star Man, Peace Maker, Pale One, Dawn Star,
the sugarloaf grist mill, was listed as being on scholfield creek, which is a very small drainage ditch, at times, a few inches deep,surrounded by wet marshland, no roads, or any developements,the ditch,is about, half a mile long, total.the millstones were placed all over north america as markers by the nwo, of an "event".

Scott S (816)
Tuesday August 5, 2008, 7:09 am

crystal skull,in port colborne
Illustrated With Magnificently Colored Lantern Slides

Life among the Zutuhilc Indian living in the region of Lake Atitlan. Bloodless revolutions some not so bloodless. Impenetrable jungle, unexplored territory where rivers debauch from the bowels of the earth and volcanoes are ever active, belching forth smoke, molten lava and lire.

Some of the most remarkable pictures ever taken of great fish and the great adventures involved in their taking. Pictures of the death-ray, poison-grouper (certain death within three to six minutes to anyone it strikes), the barracuda, the liger shark, the sea scorpion, living horrors of the lovely tropical waters.

The jungle gives up her treasures. A deserted city of ghostly mystery is found. A white woman, unwillingly invests herself with occult powers. Adventures among the Maya Kekchi descendant of the once highly cultured Maya race.


WHO would believe that prehistoric tribes of people still dwell on the American continent? Tribes whose manner of living has not advanced as far as the Stone Age. Who have never seen a white man, have never beard of a ship, a railroad, money, the Great War, or the United Stales of America. Who dwell in complete seclusion because they take every precaution to keep their village hidden. Who by the word of their gods savagely oppose any stranger seeking entrance to their territory. Yet some of these primitive natives live in the shadow of magnificent ruins of a once great civilization that,

- flourished "before the time of Christ" and has since completely vanished from the lace of the earth.


Su'ana M. (0)
Sunday July 31, 2011, 11:52 pm
Only Christians that want to believe that the religion is the only valid religion, would buy this research.
If the christ is recognized to have appeared to all nations, then, to them, that would naturally make it valid. But not even that Jesus, who was northern Galilean, being light skinned, is true. He would have been about the same skin tone as north american natives, as Jewish people then were. But this is what people do, they hear a little bit about Quetzacoatl, or Pacal, from the nahuatl culture, or anything from the northern tribes they can twist into being about Jesus Christ. This is subterfuge genocide.

Kacy Campbell (0)
Wednesday November 16, 2011, 5:27 pm
"But not even that Jesus, who was northern Galilean, being light skinned, is true. He would have been about the same skin tone as north american natives, as Jewish people then were." ~ Granted he was the same skin tone as the Jewish people were, but if you've noticed, the Native Americans called all people who were lighter skinned than they were, "white man". It doesn't necessarily mean he was white as in Caucasian skinned, it just means he was a lighter tone than the Native Americans. Native Amercians were a more darker, reddish tone, whereas Jews were a tad lighter and more olive skinned.

On another note, this is highly possible that he did come to the U.S., if he taught the people in Israel and his disciples about having a relationship with God, why wouldn't he come here to teach the Native Americans? His Word is for all people to know and they are people just like us. No more, no less.
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