Columbus Day 2011


About Christopher Columbus accidentally discovering the Americas ... watch the video below and see if you think aliens guided him as the journey of humanity steered a new course. Ancient Alien Theorists, including myself, conclude that Columbus saw UFOs and was in some way helped and guided by the same aliens that show up throughout history - their arrival guiding and changing the destiny of the world (new program inserts).

Columbus Day celebrates the anniversary of the October 12, 1492 arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Americas. Along the way, strange and unusual occurrences happened that went unexplained, especially by those who believed heavily in the Roman Catholic Church. So much of our journey has been influenced by the church, falsehoods that will soon be discredited once the truth about our origins is revealed.





By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions,
one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination.

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Top 5 Misconceptions About Columbus
 
Live Science - October 10, 2011




October 9, 1000

Leif Ericson discovers Vinland, becoming the first known European to set foot in North America. Later archeological evidence of Norse settlement in North America was found in L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada. Whether this was the Vinland of the Norse accounts is the subject of debate. It must be recognized that the Vikings did not perceive the exploration and settlement of Greenland and Vinland as any different than that of founding Iceland. It was merely an extension of their homeland and notions as to a different world only surfaced upon meeting the natives, noticeably different from Irish monks in Iceland. The main European colonization of the "New World" only occurred some time after Christopher Columbus discovered Central America for economic reasons.




October 11, 2011


The First Thanksgiving - Painting by Jean Louis Gerome Ferris

Thanksgiving in Canada
Celebrated on the second Monday in October




October 11, 2011

Full Moon 18° Aries

The hunter's moon - also known as blood moon or sanguine moon - is the first full moon after the harvest moon, which is the full moon nearest the autumnal equinox. The Hunter's Moon is so named because plenty of moonlight is ideal for hunters shooting migrating birds in Northern Europe. The name is also said to have been used by Native Americans as they tracked and killed their prey by autumn moonlight, stockpiling food for the winter ahead.




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