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Christopher Columbus (before 31 October 1451 - 20 May 1506) was an explorer, colonizer, and navigator, born in the Republic of Genoa, in what is today northwestern Italy.

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Queen Isabella’s crown - Preserved in the Capilla Real of Granada Isabella I 22 April 1451 – 26 November 1504, also known as Isabella the Catholic, was queen of Castile and León (Crown of Castile). She and her husband, Ferdinand II of Aragon, brought stability to the kingdoms that became the basis for the political unification of Spain under their grandson, Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. After a struggle to claim her right to the throne, she reorganized the governmental system, brought the crime rate to the lowest it had been in years, and unburdened the kingdom of the enormous debt her brother had left behind. Her reforms and those she made with her husband had an influence that extended well beyond the borders of their united kingdoms. Isabella and Ferdinand are known for completing the Reconquista, ordering conversion or exile of their Muslim and Jewish subjects and for supporting and financing Christopher Columbus' 1492 voyage that led to the opening of the "New World". Isabella was granted the t ...
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PASS THE TORCH There is a definite reason why life is lived in generations. Each generation is like a chapter in the unfolding history of humanity. But generations are not like chapters of the same book in one key aspect – their beginning and end. In books, for a new chapter to start, the old one must end. In generations the chapters coexist and merge seamlessly yet each with its unique characteristic. Each generation is permitted to find its voice, to define itself by whatever characteristics they deem necessary. For one generation, they focus on inventions, for another the focus is on exploration, yet another generation focuses on war and so on. It is amazing how one generation grows from an older generation, having coexisted for so long, and yet grows in a completely different direction. Have you heard of Vasco da Gama, Christopher Columbus, Ferdinand Magellan? These were great explorers that charted what we know today as the sea routes across vast oceans. The man that set it in motion was Portugal ...
# 6 - THE ROMANTIC (those of you that know me Do you think this is a great description of myself? I think its dead on. The only thing they forgot is that i love to randomly make weird animal and creatures sounds).lol 6's are idealistic and need to feel useful to be happy. A strong family connection is important to them. Their actions influence their decisions. They have a strong urge to take care of others and to help.They are very loyal and make great teachers! They like art or music. They make loyal friends who take the friendship seriously. 6's should learn to differentiate between what they can change and what they cannot. Famous 6's: Albert Einstein, Jane Seymour, John Denver, Merlyn Steep, Christopher Columbus, Goldie Hawn
Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact is interaction between indigenous peoples of the Americas who settled the Americas before 10,000 BC, and peoples of other continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, or Oceania), which occurred before the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Caribbean in 1492.For practical purposes, travel across the Bering Straits, or the former land bridge in the same region are excluded. Only one instance of pre-Columbian European contact – the Norse settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada c. 1000 AD – is established beyond reasonable doubt. Many further forms of pre-Columbian contact have been proposed, based on historical accounts, archaeological finds, and cultural comparisons. However, most claims of such contact are controversial and debated, due in part to much ambiguous or circumstantial evidence cited by proponents. The scientific responses to pre-Columbian contact claims range from serious consideration in peer-reviewed publications to dismissal as fringe scie ...
ARZARETH: The name of the land beyond the great river, far away from habitation of man, in which the TEN TRIBES of ISRAEL(Native Americans & Latinos) will dwell, observing the laws of Moses, untill the time of the restoration, according to IV Esd. xiii. 45. Columbus identified America with this land. (See Kayserling's "Christopher Columbus," translated by Dr. C. Gross, p. 15.) 1906 Jewish Apocrypha KJV Bible [2 Esdras 13:40-46] [40]Those are the ten tribes, which were carried away prisoners out of their own land in the time of Osea the king, whom Salmanasar the king of Assyria led away captive, and he carried them over the waters, and so came they into another land. [41]But they took this counsel amoung themselves, that they would leave the multitude of the heathen, and go forth into a futher country, where never mankind dwelt, [42]That they might there keep their statues, which they never kept in their own land. [43]And they entered into Euphrates by the narrow places of the river. [44] ...
The Native Americans did not see Christopher Columbus' three ships because it was outside of their experience.
"You can never cross the ocean until you. have the courage to lose sight of the shore." - Christopher Columbus
Region 6 of The African Union - The Diaspora Each of these young people and their parents listen and took on the challenge that: 1.) Our people have worked together in the past. Their people were in North and South America before Christopher Columbus arrived. 3.) Spanish is a foreign and alien language that they are now speaking. 4.) North and South American are their and their ancestors land. 5.) They are the True and Living Americans coming back to reclaim their own. "They are open and a few woke right up.
Made in Arkansas: Gibson Baskets (the Gibson family) have been creating baskets in the Ozark Mountains for over 120 years. Today, each basket is made with the same quality and craftsmanship handed down from Terry Gibson’s great-grandfather Christopher Columbus "Lum" Gibson, grandfather George Gibson and father Don Gibson. "Lum" Gibson, the first of the Gibson basket makers, was taught to weave by a blind man in the early 1880s. He soon developed the distinctive features that now characterize each Gibson basket: No nails are used to secure the handle or bottom, the handle has a thickened hand hold in the center, and a twill pattern rectangular base. Learn more about the history of Gibson Baskets and shop online:
"All history goes to prove that when first visited by civilized people, the American Indians have been found friendly and hospitable - from the days of Christopher Columbus to the Lewis and Clark expedition ... And so also have a great many travelers, including myself: Nowhere to my knowledge, have they stolen a six-pence worth of my property, though in their country there are no laws to punish for theft. I have visited 48 different tribes, and feel authorized to say that the North American Indian in his native state is honest, hospitable, faithful, brave,... and an honorable and religious human being..." The artist George Catlin, who lived for eight years, 1831-1838, among 48 North American Plains Indian tribes,
Women Who Left Their “Stamps” on History Each of the following women have made a significant contribution to society. As a result, they (or works of art created by them) have been pictured on U.S. postage stamps. Name Year Issued Contribution Queen Isabella of Spain 1893 Her patronage of Christopher Columbus made his trips to the New World possible. Queen Isabella Commemorative Stamp Martha Washington 1902 First First Lady of the United States. Martha Washington Commemorative Stamp Pocahontas 1907 The Powhatan princess who saved the life of Captain John Smith. Pocahontas Commemorative Stamp Molly Pitcher 1928 Mary Hayes McCauley earned the name Molly Pitcher by carrying water to the men in the battle of Monmouth in 1778. Molly Pitcher Eleanor Roosevelt 1930, 1984, 1998 American diplomat, writer, social reformer, and First Lady to Franklin D. Roosevelt. Eleanor Roosevelt Commemorative Stamp (1930) Susan B. Anthony 1936, 1955 Feminist who spent more than 50 years fighting for women's rights. Susan B. An ...
Our Advertisers Represent Some Of The Most Unique Products & Services On Earth! Most Popular & Effective Tooth Oil on the Market Who Brought The Slaves To America? By Walter White Jr., 1968 4-12-8 The story of the slaves in America begins with Christopher Columbus. His voyage to America was not financed by Queen Isabella, but by Luis de Santangelo, who advanced the sum of 17,000 ducats (about 5,000 pounds-today equal to 50,000 pounds) to finance the voyage, which began on August 3, 1492. Columbus was accompanied by five 'maranos' (Jews who had foresworn their religion and supposedly became Catholics), Luis de Torres, interpreter, Marco, the surgeon, Bemal, the physician, Alonzo de la Calle and Gabriel Sanchez (1). Gabriel Sanchez, abetted by the other four Jews, sold Columbus on the idea of capturing 500 Indians and selling them as slaves in Seville, Spain, which was done. Columbus did not receive any of the money from the sale of the slaves, but he became the victim of a conspiracy fostered by Bemal, the ...
That Boat-Bridge on Indus Aged Indus on thine fettered shore Down the planes the serpent roves, Whilst the gods up-live, yours is From the sand-bed, a blind dolphin. The boat-bridge, like a steed’s back Saddled for ride, or a swinging cradle; On the sheepskin blown afloat The milkmen to the city vie the bank. Every wave is filled with rubies Water perfumed with musk, From the river waft airs of ambergris Thus spake Shah Latif of Bhit. What else is Indian, from your name, Continent, ocean, an Indies, -misnomers Christopher Columbus, mistook For the world he new discovered. Herodotus fond, the Macedonian down, Alexander Burnes, upstream To the black-eyed damsels, Or a Ranjit Singh his armies raised. Vedas begin on your edge, Sohni drowned by the treacherous wave: While fed the hungry, fertile lands Water and wealth, go hand in hand. While on your dried stream, I behold your past, a love, though Ancient gone, and by the sunset in desert Once, it is said, you had flown henceforth. Empires mighty, fabled lov ...
And yes, Christopher Columbus was the first European to land in Haiti during his first voyage to the Western Hemisphere.
Spain received the island of Trinidad as part of the fief of Christopher Columbus and controlled the island for nearly 300 years (see The European Settlements, ch. 1). The Spaniards subdued and enslaved the native Caribs and Arawaks but until the late 1700s paid little attention to Trinidad as other ventures were more profitable. As a result, Trinidad's population was only 2,763 in 1783. Amerindians composed 74 percent of that total (2,032). Although African slaves were first imported in 1517, they constituted only 11 percent of the population (310) in 1783. Indeed, the slave total was barely larger than the 295 free nonwhites who had emigrated from other islands. The remaining 126 Trinidadians were white. In an effort to make Trinidad more profitable, the Spanish opened the island to immigration in 1776 and allowed Roman Catholic planters from other Eastern Caribbean islands to establish sugar plantations. Because French Catholic planters on the islands that had been granted to Britain after the Seven Ye ...
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Men here is a list that proves that man is not as dumb as womenclaim with there post.women you can say you invented this and that but without these men ur inventions wouldn't exsist. Here is my list that proves it. Albert Einstein, Thomas Jefferson, Gramhan Bell, Robert Oppenheimer, George Brayton, Paul Eisler,Robert H Goddard, konstantin Tsiolkovsky,Bill gates, Philo Fransworth, Charles Francis Jenkins, Isaac Newton, Wright brothers, Christopher Columbus. Without theses men we would still be walking around with a stick on fire as a tourch. Men responsible for electricity motor engines, space rockets, electroinic circuit boards, world is flat discovered, flight,tv, radio waves telegraph message computers telephones. Ladies you have ideas but if it wasn't for these men your ideas wouldn't exsist
Anime, known as "Maize" to the Native Americans, was, unfortunately, brought here by Christopher Columbus
And another PAWN FUN FACT: Queen Isabella of Spain pawned her crown jewels to finance Christopher Columbus's first voyages to the New World.
The Road Not Taken Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same, And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. -Robert Frost The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, 1958-9, oil on canvas, 410cm by 310 cm-Salvador Dali Collection, Dali Museum, Saint Petersburg, FL
Good morning Capulli, relations, friends, brothers, sisters, Ancestors, and the Creator. This morning as I reflect on being human and on my Indigenous, Mexican, and Scandinavian origins, I am moved to humility and a pleasant awareness. I ask my ancestors to be with me today and I humbly thank the Creator for all life's beauty! At the moment, I am writing out another check to the Santa Clara Department of Revenue for a March 8th 2001 act of taking a sledge hammer to a statue of Adolph Hitler, oopppsss, I mean Christopher Columbus that had lurked in San Jose City Hall. For me, that was a conscious act of indigenous resistance and human dignity! Christobol Colon, Combusus, Columbus, according to the writings of Las Casas (an eye witness, a primary source), Brown, Clarke, Galeano, Zinn, Churchill, Means, and others, goes down as one of history's most villainous men. Yet, America honors Columbus! Why? America has always been ruled by white supremacist vultures that prey on the body of humanity; moreover, Colu ...
Figure it out yourself. Go through the following incidents of Bermuda Triangle disappearances that have left scientists completely baffled. I have arranged them in chronological order so that you can see earlier to most recent incidents by year. 1492 - Christopher Columbus reported strange lights and strange compass readings. 1609 - The Sea Venture got wrecked during the first attempt to colonize Bermuda. 1812 - Theodosia Burr Alston was the daughter of former United States Vice President Aaron Burr. Her disappearance has been cited at least once in relation to the Triangle. She was a passenger on board the Patriot, which sailed from Charleston, South Carolina to New York City on December 30, 1812, and was never heard of again. 1814 - The USS Epervier and her crew disappeared while carrying the peace treaty to end the war between America and the North African Barbary States. 1855 - The schooner James B. Chester was found floating in the ocean. The crew was missing but there was no sign of struggle, and th ...
CAn anyone answer these question... 1 - Which century was the peak of Hoysala influence? 2 - Which play is the only one by Eugene O'Neill that is nostalgic? 3 - What was the old name of the Peregrine Falcon? 4 - Who designed Shadow The Hedgehog? 5 - Name all three products that the original McDonalds served? 6 - Who composed The Pink Panther theme tune/music? 7 - What are sharks superorder? 8 - What animal was hunted when Christopher Columbus founded America? 9 - Saccharides means what in Greek? 10 - What is the protein binding of aspirin? - answer will be reported on 19/3/2014
~~ !! 10 Awesome facts to know about our Country "India" !!~~ 1. Mathematics words Algebra, Calculus, and Trigonometry comes from India 2. The number system and decimal system was discovered by an Indian 3. India is biggest democracy of world and second most populated country in the world 4. Indian Railways have maximum no. of employees in the world that is about 1.6 million also about 5 Billion people travel by Indian railways in a year 5. India never invaded any country in its last 10 years of history 6. Sanskrit is known as mother of all languages and its oldest language of world 7. India was one of the richest countries till the time of British rule in the early 17th Century. Christopher Columbus, attracted by India’s wealth, had come looking for a sea route to India when he discovered America by mistake 8. India has 3rd largest army of the world. We are just behind USA and Russia 9. India has maximum no of post offices in world 10. The number of births that occur in India each year is more than the ...
they call me the Original Don, the Christopher Columbus of t-shirt catching.
March 15th :3 epic af 44 BC – Julius Caesar, Dictator of the Roman Republic, is stabbed to death by Marcus Junius Brutus, Gaius Cassius Longinus, Decimus Junius Brutus and several other Roman senators on the Ides of March. 221 – Liu Bei, a Chinese warlord and member of the Han royal house, declares himself emperor of Shu-Han and claims his legitimate succession to the Han Dynasty. 280 – Sun Hao of Eastern Wu surrenders to Sima Yan which began the Jin Dynasty. 351 – Constantius II elevates his cousin Gallus to Caesar, and puts him in charge of the Eastern part of the Roman Empire. 933 – After a ten-year truce, German King Henry I defeats a Hungarian army at the Battle of Riade near the Unstrut river. 1311 – Battle of Halmyros: The Catalan Company defeats Walter V of Brienne to take control of the Duchy of Athens, a Crusader state in Greece. 1493 – Christopher Columbus returns to Spain after his first trip to the Americas. 1545 – First meeting of the Council of Trent. 1564 – Mughal Emperor ...
In Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day is a Catholic holy day of obligation. Patrick, the boy slave who became a saint and bishop, wasn’t even Irish, yet St. Patrick’s Day is all about Ireland and its culture. Why is it so huge in the United States? It’s true the Irish have made contributions to the United States almost since our country’s inception, but did you know when Christopher Columbus made his claim to the New World, the first one of his crew to step on North American soil was an Irishman by the name of Patrick Maguire? Henry Ford was the son of an Irish emigrant father. Henry Ford’s father, William, immigrated to the United States in 1847, an era in history referred to as ‘the great famine years.’ One of Ford’s most successful cars, the Ford Fairlane, was named for his Irish heritage. On the last night in Ireland his then twenty one year old father and family spent the night in a cottage in Fair Lane, off Fair Hill in County Cork. William’s mother, Thomasina is listed as being born in ...
this day in history On March 15 1493 Christopher Columbus returned to Spain after his first New World voyage. 1892 The automatic ballot voting machine is unveiled in New York State. 1913 President Woodrow Wilson holds the first open presidential news conference. 1937 The first blood bank is established at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. 1948 Sir Laurence Olivier was on the cover of "LIFE" magazine for his starring role in Shakespeare’s "Hamlet." 1954 CBS television debuts its “Morning Show” with Walter Cronkite and Jack Paar. 1956 The musical "My Fair Lady" opened on Broadway. 1962 Wilt Chamberlain becomes the first NBA player to score 4000 points in a season. 1968 The United States mint stops the practice of buying and selling gold. 1977 The U.S. House of Representatives begins a 90-day test to determine the feasibility of televising its sessions. 1989 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration decided to impound all fruit imported from Chile after two cyanide-tainted grapes were f ...
The world's great mysteries: Malaysian flight MH370, Bermuda Triangle and the Mary Celeste HOW does an airliner vanish into thin air? Share 7 By James Moore/Published 15th March 2014 missing, malaysian, plane, worldwide, malaysian airlines, flight, mh370, kuala lumpur, mobile phones, ship, Bermuda Triangle, missile, attack, the mary celeste, lord luncan, mystery, MYSTERY: There has been no trace of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 [GETTY] It’s the question on the lips of millions across the world after Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared. It went missing last Saturday with 239 people on board on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. No wreck has been found, yet relatives of passengers have reported that some of their mobile phones are still ringing. Here we look at four other mysteries and reveal some of the theories that have been put forward to explain them. Strange trips into the unknown: The Bermuda Triangle AS far back as 1492, explorer Christopher Columbus is said to have reported strange e ...
Dinner with Christopher Columbus, Christine Caruso, and Ryan Kennedy. Family is the best :)
Last night as I sat reading the paper before retiring for the evening, I took a few Fig Newtons and with wild abandon I put them in the toaster oven and very lightly toasted them. Yes. Ps they all laughed at Christopher Columbus.
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Christopher Columbus was given the maps to find the Americas by the Knights Templars
Who Really Discovered America? (Real History Documentary) Did a number of explorers discover the New World long before Christopher Columbus staked his ...
Every single event in the history of this planet was precisely planned and coordinated to maintain as consistent with development and progress of the previous generation. So in reality, you really don't need a time machine, cause were just like an old record player, when it gets to the end, it just starts all over again. How can we break cycle, and get a message to the next generation, so the wealth of this world is equally distributed to all inhabitants. How can we invent a system that can deliver critical information to us in our next generation when ever that may be in the future. How can we deliver a message to ourselves that will survive the Earths Reboot cycle, remain dormant until man walks again in the next Earth cycle. How we warn the Mayans, Incas, Aztecs, and many other natives of the Western Hemisphere about the dangers and their extinction that will result from Christopher Columbus first voyage to the "New World". How we warn the natives of African from the millions of lives that will be ...
Teacher: Class, name a famous explorer in the world. Chanyeol: Ferdinand Magellan. Xiumin: Christopher Columbus.
On This Day: March 10 On March 10, 1985, Konstantin U. Chernenko, Soviet leader for just 13 months, died at age 73. His death was announced on March 11th. Politburo member Mikhail S. Gorbachev was chosen to succeed him. On March 10, 1903, Clare Boothe Luce, the American playwright and politician, was born. Following her death on Oct. 9, 1987, her obituary appeared in The Times. 1496 Christopher Columbus concluded his second visit to the Western Hemisphere as he left Hispaniola for Spain. 1629 England's King Charles I dissolved Parliament. 1785 Thomas Jefferson was appointed minister to France, succeeding Benjamin Franklin. 1848 The Senate ratified the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, ending the war with Mexico. 1864 Ulysses S. Grant became commander of the Union armies during the Civil War. 1957 Terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden was born in Saudi Arabia. 1965 Neil Simon's play "The Odd Couple" opened on Broadway. 1969 James Earl Ray pleaded guilty in Memphis, Tenn., to the assassination of Martin Luther Ki ...
TIPS: 11 Reasons to Eat Whole Fresh Lemons We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons.” –Alfred E. Newman When life gives you lemons, don’t just make lemonade – eat them whole and fresh!! The lemon was first created as a cross between a lime and a citron, and all three grow on evergreen shrubs. The Arabs introduced this small citrus fruit to the Europeans, who then brought them to Spain in the 11th century. Along with other fruits and vegetables, Christopher Columbus brought lemons with him on his second voyage to the New World in 1493, and they have been growing in Florida since the 16th century. Besides large amounts of vitamin C, lemons also contain riboflavin, thiamin, iron, magnesium, pantothenic acid, fiber, vitamin B6, potassium, copper, calcium and folate. LEMON FACT: Lemons protected miners against scurvy during the California Gold Rush, and cost as much as one dollar each in 1849. Although we may not be over ...
March 9 Today is Sunday, March 9, 2014. This is the 68th day of the year, with 297 days remaining in 2014. Fact of the Day: Amerigo Vespucci A baby born in Florence, Italy on this day in 1454 was destined to become one of the world’s most famous explorers. Amerigo Vespucci was a merchant and an outfitter of ships, a job that introduced him to Christopher Columbus. Their stars would cross again in 1507 when a German map maker honored Amerigo Vespucci by naming the new continent on his maps, America. The mapmaker had not heard of Columbus’ discovery at the time. So Columbus got the credit for the discovery; but the discovery bore the name of Vespucci ... forever. In reality, Vespucci had participated in two major expeditions between the years 1499 and 1502, to the coast of South America. There he discovered the Amazon and Plate Rivers. Vespucci thought he had discovered a new continent ... or a New World. Events 1841 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the African slaves who seized control of the Amista ...
History of the United States From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "American history" redirects here. For the history of the continents, see History of the Americas. Part of a series on the History of the United States Obverse of the United States Great Seal Timeline Prehistory Pre-Colonial Colonial period 1776–1789 1789–1849 1849–1865 1865–1918 1918–1945 1945–1964 1964–1980 1980–1991 1991–present By ethnicity[show] By topic[show] Portal icon United States portal v t e The history of the United States as covered in American schools and universities typically begins with either Christopher Columbus's 1492 voyage to the Americas or with the prehistory of the Native peoples; the latter approach has become increasingly common in recent decades.[1] Indigenous peoples lived in what is now the United States for thousands of years and developed complex cultures before European colonists began to arrive, mostly from England, after 1600. The Spanish had early settlements in Florida and the Southwe ...
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Bush & Cheney & Rummy & Condi were modern day Christopher Columbus'. Y is this a surprise people? History Repeats
I was born on Christopher Columbus Day in the District of Columbia in the Columbia Hospital for Woman
Last week’s discovery of 715 planets orbiting other stars was more than just a remarkable piece of astronomical detective work. It was also a bold confirmation that we have entered a new era of cosmic exploration. Sara Seager of MIT, one of the scientists leading the search for other Earths, beautifully expressed this sentiment to me in a recent interview: “For exoplanets, I see ourselves like the generation of Christopher Columbus. We are leaving a legacy in terms of us as a generation, and as a society.” Often it is hard to recognize a revolution while you are right in the middle of it, but that is what I believe is happening right now. When future generations look back, as Seager suggests, I think they will recognize this time as the fourth great era of exploration, comparable to…well, let’s go back and look at the previous three great eras of exploration for context. Era One: The discovery of boundless space. When Galileo Galilei turned his spyglass skyward in 1609, he witnessed a universe t ...
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BLACK HISTORY FACT: Ivan Van Sertima (26 January 1935 – 25 May 2009) was a Guyanese-born associate professor of Africana Studies at Rutgers University. He is best known for his book They Came Before Columbus (1976). This book makes it possible to see clearly the unmistakable face and handprint of Black Africans in Pre-Columbian America, and their overwhelming impact on the civilization they found here. On July 7, 1987, Van Sertima testified before a United States Congressional committee to oppose recognition of the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's "discovery" of the Americas. He said, "You cannot really conceive of how insulting it is to Native Americans ... to be told they were discovered”.
Celebrate tomorrow the day dedicated to Christopher Columbus many humans in the states that are united do. A day off from work it mostly is.
Knowing about Christopher Columbus has not help my mother pay a bill a day in her life.
They say Christopher Columbus saw a UFO the day before he discovered America.
In 1493, Christopher Columbus brought eight hogs to the West Indies. Importation to the American mainland was in the mid-16th century by Hernán Cortés and Hernando de Soto, and in the mid-17th century by Sieur de La Salle. Pure Eurasian boar were also imported there for sport hunting in the early 20th century.
Last Question of the Day: When did Christopher Columbus discover America?
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Quote of the day "Christopher Columbus sailed the blue in 1942" - 😂😂
Fact of the Day: Christopher Columbus arrived back in Lisbon, Portugal on this day in 1493 after his voyage to the Americas.
On this day in 1973: Christopher Columbus continues to be a delusional, fraudulent opportunist.
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Just me and the Americans. . I feel like Christopher Columbus.
Why do we celebrate Christopher Columbus Day if he took part in a mass genocide?
Jake said Christopher Columbus invented the lightbulb . ✋ tf?!?
Well, We got rained out Saturday! The next days in the Park, will be at the ham picnic! The Tucson Ham Picnic is April 12th 2014 @ Christopher Columbus Park Ramada !
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Your chance to play a part in Netflix International Mini Series! - The Weinstein Company sets camp in Malaysia An epic series on the life of Marco Polo is set to be shot in Malaysia. IT is not always that Hollywood comes aknocking. But when it does, the knock sure is loud. American film studio The Weinstein Company is setting camp right here in Malaysia, using the Pinewood Studios in Johor Baru to shoot their latest epic series Marco Polo. And guess what? They are looking to cast thousands of people to work as paid background actors. Well, that simply means that you, your grandmother and her best friend may have the opportunity to be featured in the Netflix original series based on the life and experience of famed adventurer Marco Polo. There has to be a reason why the producers decided to film the nine-episode series in Malaysia, right? “There are several reasons. One is this wonderful facility. The opportunity to be the very first production to come into the new Pinewood and have all the access to thi ...
We always hear "the rules" from the female side. Now here are the rules from the male side. These are our rules! Please note... these are all numbered "1" ON PURPOSE! 1. Learn to work the toilet seat. You're a big girl. If it's up, put it down. We need it up, you need it down. You don't hear us complaining about you leaving it down. 1. Sunday sports. It's like the full moon or the changing of the tides. Let it be. 1. Shopping is NOT a sport. And no, we are never going to think of it that way. 1. Crying is blackmail. 1. Ask for what you want. Let us be clear on this one: Subtle hints do not work! Strong hints do not work! Obvious hints do not work! Just say it! 1. Yes and No are perfectly acceptable answers to almost every question. 1. Come to us with a problem only if you want help solving it. That's what we do. Sympathy is what your girlfriends are for. 1. A headache that lasts for 17 months is a problem. See a doctor. 1. Anything we said 6 months ago is inadmissible in an argument. In fact, all comments ...
Lets be like Christopher Columbus and lets explore!!
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March 3 , 1513 - Ponce de Leon On this day in 1513, Ponce de Leon set sail from Puerto Rico to find the fabled Fountain of Youth. Caribbean Indian legends spoke of waters, a drink of which would guarantee a life free from the worries of old age. Ponce de Leon had served with Christopher Columbus on his second voyage and become the governor of Puerto Rico, earning a fortune in the slave trade. He later lost the position and requested permission from Spain to explore the regions north of Cuba. On March 3, 1513, he set off on his quest. Sometime around Easter, he sighted what he thought to be an island and named it after the Spanish title of the season "Pascua Florida". Ponce de Leon would spend the next eight years fruitlessly seeking the Fountain of Youth. In 1521 he was wounded by an arrow during a battle with the native inhabitants of Florida and later died of the injury. brought to you by Culturally Creative Travel
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I moved to Bogota NJ back in 1968. I had to relate that to some elementary school kids so I said I moved to Bogota when we first landed on the moon... The way the looked at me I might well have said I came over with Christopher Columbus!
I'll be Christopher Columbus here and discover something discovered then
The Story Behind Your Birthdate Published: February 28, 2014 Follow the notion that there is a connection between numbers and concurring events, has ancient roots. In this study, a person's birthdate has significant effects on his/her life path and personalities. The birth number is among one of core influential numbers in numerology. Here is how you calculate your birth number from your birthdate: Example: Your birthday is October 8, 1950. 1. Add the numbers corresponding to your birthday. 10 + 8 + 1950 = 1968 2. Add the digits of the resulting sum. 1 + 9 + 6 + 8 = 24 3. Add the digits again of the resulting sum until you get a single digit. (You may need to do this step again.) 2 + 4 = 6 In the above example, your birth number is 6. Below outlines the meaning of your birth number. Please note that the birth number simply sheds additional insight on your inner personality but does not dictate who you will be or can be. THE ORIGINATOR THE PEACEMAKER THE LIFE OF THE PARTY THE CONSERVATIVE THE NONCONFORMIST ...
I'm a life long learner (thanks Margie Klapper) .I may have My blonde moments but no one can ever say I'm stupid. I love to read, and My newst reads will be The Mis-Education of the *** and Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust.and I looking to start a Pretty Brown Girls Club, more info on that soon.
Ash be more lost than Christopher Columbus
My ancestor was Christopher Columbus and his whiteness passed down to me.
I am probably going to be writing a paper about Orson Scott Card for my English class later this semester, which is why I'm writing little bits about Ender's Game right now. One interesting aspect of Card's writing is how he is obviously influenced by his Mormon upbringing. BTW, Card is the great-grandson of Brigham Young, so it's Brighamite Mormonism we're discussing here, not my own RLDS beliefs. Oh, and BTW, spoiler alert, obviously. Some Mormon based concepts in the Ender's Game books include: 1. Theresa Wiggin actually is a closet Mormon, and that makes her son Ender a white male, suburban American, preteen, half-Mormon/Nephite warrior Jesus with mad StarCraft skillz. He becomes surrounded by slightly older children of almost every nationality who obey his orders -- kind of like a younger version of Captain Kirk. If you see this premise as a problem then you probably won't like the books. 2. Ender's Game and related stories say quite explicitly from many different well-thought-out perspectives that a ...
So who knew that Christopher Columbus discovered America by originally landing in the Bahamas? And shipping the the Bahamas original inhabitants off to slavery
To all my FB friends back home like back in the day people traveled west under extreme conditions or like Christopher Columbus I have done the same for you. I can tell you places to exist that are sunny and warm no snow and quarter not frozen. right now 65 degree and my head is sunburn .there is hope !!!
When Christopher Columbus declared the World was not flat, he obviously had not been Winnipeg
"Tis the defining problem of our time." -- Christopher Columbus, 1492.
on 1493 Explorer Christopher Columbus arrives back in Lisbon, Portugal, aboard his ship Niña from his voyage to what is now The ..
Who does Vladimir think he is, Christopher Columbus? trying to take over something that is nt his. Doesn't he know Ukraint do that. If he's not careful he will be slapped with a Ukraining order! Maybe he should get reUkrainted todays policies.
Why is our city named for George Washington and Christopher Columbus?
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Some kid in my class said that Christopher Columbus brought the sea to America. What ?
"your followers are stupider than Christopher Columbus"
I feel there was a group of minstrels 'Hugh Topia's Banjo All Stars' who sailed with Christopher Columbus in 1493.
'By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination.' (Christopher Columbus)
How about this picture of early Bonanza residents. Christopher Columbus Woodson was mine superintendent in Bonanza in 1900. One of the streets is named for him. C C is in last row, right side. For some reason, I couldn't get the entire photo to transfer.
In this house Christopher Columbus is a hero. End of story.
I've always wanted to read Christopher Columbus' journal, said no one ever.
To anyone who attended Christopher Columbus High School. I think it's time for a reunion but I mean a real reunion. Ovados style. Target date March 29th. So who is down to attend and who is down to help me organize? Let's get this ball rolling my explorers.
Sometimes the church has gotten a bum rap about its openness to learn­ing. Most people nowadays think that folks in medieval times believed in a flat earth. The reality is that all educated people in the Middle Ages knew it is spherical. The myth of flatlanders was actually penned by American novelist Washington Irving, who made up a trial where church leaders charged Christopher Columbus with heresy for teach­ing that the world is round. Irving's myth caught on, partly because it reinforces the stereotype that the church has always been anti-science. But other times the rap is deserved. "Love the Lord your God with all your mind," Jesus said, and often his followers have shrunk back from that little word all. To love God with all my mind means following truth ruthlessly wherever it leads. It means cherishing truth whether it comes from the Bible or from science or from an atheist. It means anti-intellectualism is anti-Christian. I grew up in an evangelical tradition for which I am grateful, but the lif ...
Eww Christopher Columbus was an evil man, he's the father of racism and genocide . Any real non-fabricated history course tells the tale of a dark man
HISTORY FACTS ... Danny Dread, Garry Destin, Pierre R Demoya.. did the Dominican have bravery and fight for freedom or The island was mutual consent separations. Read this Rosario-Charo Veras-Welle I heard what you are saying Shalimar G. Jean-louis and again I respect your opinion. Still, I am reading a rambling about Christopher Columbus... I have yet to read an acknowledgment of the historical fact of the Dominican bravery and courage in defending their portion of the island, standing up to Haitians tyrants, and proclaiming freedom... Your argument is not focused and in many aspects you continue to agree with history. Good debaters are usually good listeners... and good researchers. I will certainly add the movie you are recommending to my list. I also will keep an open mind because, as you know, movies can also portray a bias version of the truth. There is always something new to learn but no one can learn if they are not willing to suspend their judgment, self-perceptions, and prejudice.
Amazing how we go through years of schooling and we never learn: -how to communicate with one another -how to run a household (home economics) -how to manage money -how to maintain a healthy relationship -good mannerisms Yet we know that Christopher Columbus 'discovered' the United States, Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves because he 'cared', and that E=mc2
Its crazy to me that how MY PEOPLE history has been torn for us europeans like alexander the great christopher columbus and even davinci went to africa to learn from the egyptians including math astronomy and various of other things and while visiting. The europeans learned of all the resources like gold which they took and converted into money which is still used today they also stripped us of our religion which now is a world wide practice today while others may not agree that it is a practice and to them i say why is that religion is a billion dollar industry but we still have poor people and im not talkin about the ones on drugs but the low income familys that live in shelters i say that to ASK this WHEN ARE MY PEOPLE GONE COME TOGETHER AND REALIZE WE ARE ROYAL AND HELP EACH OTHER INSTEED OF DESTROYING EACH OTHER?
My sister has just said that she is 'like Christopher Columbus', buy 'commandeering' dad's speaker and using it as a table for her Maoams... Apparently that's how you demonstrate ownership in this household- Harriet Fews
Question of the week. Before Christopher Columbus's voyage to North America corn was only grown in what three parts of the world? The answer will be posted later today!
Not having a bad storm or snow day is a bigger let down than when Christopher Columbus realized he didn't land on the Americas his first try
Cate Blanchett is our modern day Christopher Columbus
How we interpret what is said is amazing! That is why sending text messages can often be taken the wrong way. Nothing compares with face to face conversation! Have you come FACE to FACE with Charles Dickens, Mozart or perhaps Christopher Columbus?
yeah. Christopher Columbus played a MAJOR role with that. That's why I don't understand why we have a day to celebrate him
Christopher Columbus Day is Thug Holiday. The Holliday Black ppl hate the Most.
So i was thinking about this last night and was trying to capture logicality through my thought but wasn't coming.When European say Africans are uncultured and made no contribution to human civilization. If the Moors built the Europeans civilization with Spain and Portugal and all the way to northern Europe. If the Mendes from west Africa also known as Olmecs by historians with their countrymen red Indians built the American civilization,they were trading along the Atlantic ocean long before Christopher Columbus..Chris even got lost in travel,his navigation was not even accurate If the Black Asians built the Asian civilization as them being the indigenous with their remains of their written,buildings and languages. If the aboriginals of the Australian island were blacks and started building and civilizing then i was left with no answers to myself...What Europeans contributed?? other than invasion and slavery. If the whole of north Africa was covered with Africans before the invasion then where them white ...
What I Learned Today I sincerely wish that some things had never been invented. I'm pretty certain that if you put your mind to it you could come up with a few things too. My personal belief is that such wishes are a complete waste of time because, for good or bad, if it can be invented it will be. I've read many credible stories over the years that if Orville and Wilbur Wright had not been the first to invent modern flight that several other people were very close to it and working with similar ideas, so it appears that the time was at hand. Likewise Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison and a host of others became famous only because they were a few hours or at most a few months ahead in the game. I'm told that the Native Americans did not posses the wheel when Christopher Columbus and his like were descending on our beloved continent. Imagine that! Something so basic and yet obvious to everyone, well apparently not everyone. I doubt I would have thought of the wheel had it not already existed. I've neve ...
Little known fact that America was discovered not by Christopher Columbus but In fact discovered by the Viet Cong
Bermuda Triangle : scientific explanation , time travel , Atlantis , Aliens ... Some statistics indicate that in the triangle of death , killing more than 8,000 people . Mentions UFOs , time travel , the American testing , but the question is whether any of this was true The Bermuda Triangle The Bermuda Triangle covers a huge part of the Atlantic Ocean between Florida , Puerto Rico and Bermuda , under mysterious circumstances in that the area in the past few centuries gone on dozens of ships and aircraft. Some statistics indicate that there have lost their lives and more than 8,000 people , and because of all the area got its name as the Devil's Triangle , Triangle of Death , Graveyard of the Atlantic Ocean ... The first records mentioned in the time of Christopher Columbus . The famous navigator in return got stuck on one of the ridges where the wooden shipwreck made fort Mole Saint - Nicolas , which is a city in Haiti . A few weeks later , Columbus noted that his compass is not displayed to the North , ...
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From the Powerful eBook Passion Driven Wealth, Chapter 4 Passion Force 1 - Curiosity One of the most powerful triggers of human invention has been curiosity. Why does something happen? How does lightning occur? What happens if you mix two chemicals? Which route will discover new lands? The human mind is programmed to question everything around it. Discoveries take place when this curiosity becomes a passionate driving force. It takes on a relentless unstoppable energy which will not rest until a solution is found. Thomas Alva Edison tried out thousands of versions of the electric light bulb until he came up with one that worked. Madame Curie and her husband Pierre Curie spent all their lives unlocking the secrets of radioactivity. Steve Jobs’ search for a better computer user interface finally gave us the Apple computer with the now familiar graphical user interface using icons, which eventually spread to the whole world of computing in the form of Microsoft’s Windows. Christopher Columbus, Vasco da G ...
The U.S. issued its first commemorative coin in 1892. The coin featured Christopher Columbus.
A must read!! “It’s at the Doors!” By Greg May The Rapture is imminent…it can happen at ANY moment. How do we knowthis? Because ALL of the prophecies pertaining to the Rapture have beenfulfilled… the Rapture is the NEXT main event to occur on God’sprophetic calendar. Now, let's not confuse the Rapture with the SecondComing of Christ - these are two different events. During the Rapture Jesus does not come down to earth, we meet Him in the air. A few more things have to happen in the world before the Second Coming occurs - that’s when Jesusreturns to earth with His church. Jesus tells us in the 24th chapter ofMatthew: “No man knoweth the day nor the hour” of His return, not evenJesus Himself, who sits at the right hand of God. But in the same chapterJesus tells us the season and He hints at the year. I am referring to the Parable of the Fig Tree. “Now learn this parable from the fig tree: When its branch has alreadybecome tender and puts forth leaves, you know that summer is near. Soyou ...
Christopher Columbus wasnt the discoverer of America
Christopher Columbus didn't discover America, tell your children the truth the truth, tell them about Marcus Garvey, tell them the truth!
Tell them the truth, the truth. Christopher Columbus didn't discover America.
I'm 63. In my lifetime Belgium will be a Muslim nation following Sharia Law. Europe is falling to Islam. Will America stand? I can't see America falling to Islam. Keep in mind, Islam is not just a religion. It is also a fascist political system intent on ruling the world just like all the other would be conquerors of the world, just like Christopher Columbus, Napoleon, Genghis Khan, Hitler, and the rest. Islam is a mutt, a combined religion and fascist political system. They are coming to your town soon, and then you will be confronted with the fact that the women in your family, and the female children, belong to them, not to you, not to themselves, they belong to the roving gangs of Muslim rapists that occupy every town where Muslims are plentiful.
🎧 I'm Christopher Columbus, y'all just the pilgrims! 🎧
and congratulations to Christopher Columbus winning the race to discover the new land
"If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn't turn out very well for the Native Americans." - Stephen Hawking
New Orleans Lawyer . HYSTERICAL !!! Tis far better to laugh than to cry, and this one serves us well. Part of rebuilding New Orleans caused residents often to be challenged with the task of tracing home titles back potentially hundreds of years. With a community rich with history stretching back over two centuries, houses have been passed along through generations of family, sometimes making it quite difficult to establish ownership. Here's a great letter an attorney wrote to the FHA on behalf of a client: You have to love this lawyer... A New Orleans lawyer sought an FHA loan for a client. He was told the loan would be granted if he could prove satisfactory title to a parcel of property being offered as collateral. The title to the property dated back to 1803, which took the lawyer three months to track down. After sending the information to the FHA, he received the following reply: (Actual reply from FHA): "Upon review of your letter adjoining your client's loan application, we note the request is supp ...
it'll happen, Christopher Columbus did it!
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One of my note cards for is Christopher Columbus. Can I just put "complete *** "
I could show you the world like Christopher Columbus 😉
Save the date, August 16th, looking at Christopher Columbus Hall/Bowling.details to follow...will post some items under the File tab to look for in the near future...
24th February ERROR MONGERS! MARK 12:18-27 KEY VERSE: “And Jesus answering said unto them, Do ye not therefore err, because ye know not the scriptures, neither the power of God?” (Mark 12:24). The Italian adventurous sailor, Christopher Columbus discovered the American continent in 1492. But he never knew the magnitude of his discovery. He died believing erroneously that he had opened up the route to India in the east! Centuries earlier, the Bible recorded the preoccupation of another group of people who lived and died in delusion: the Sadducees. In today’s study, they approached our Lord Jesus Christ, not genuinely seeking the truth but rather tempting to use earthly tradition to restate their wrong position on the doctrine of resurrection. Over the ages, man’s penchant for creation of false teachings to resist divinely revealed truth has not waned. There’s a group in Christendom which denies the divinity of Jesus. They argue that He is only a mighty prophet and no more. Another has refuted the ...
There is a war going on right now and it doesn’t involve guns or the military industrial complex. It’s a war on consciousness and most people are clueless that it even exists. Education or Indoctrination? Ultimately, the education system can be blamed for feeding us propaganda and forcing us to regurgitate it so we can “fit in” with the rest of society. Our public school systems are set up to get the students primed for economic slavery without ever offering courses that allow to students to think creatively or freely. If you trace the company’s who print our children’s textbooks, you’ll find a Zionist agenda behind them all. For example, George W. Bush’s grandfather, Prescott Bush, was arrested for funding both sides of World War II, yet we never learned this in school. Why? Because had we learned this, NEITHER Bush would have been elected president for having a traitor in their lineage. And surely, Christopher Columbus didn’t “discover” America. Granted some things that we learn in ...
Christopher Columbus called this newly-discovered fruit “pinas de Indes.” What new food did he find and bring back to Europe? I find this e card as I'm starting research for my Christopher Columbus lesson plan for social studies...Wow
Take that people!! This is for those who believe the hype!! If you remember the hand turkeys and making boats to celebrate Christopher Columbus, thank our government for that lie!!
"What year did Christopher Columbus come to America on the Mayflower?" - Ian Freeman
The public school systems need to be radically changed. It has become a way to make people conform. They push theories that aren't always fact such as global warming and evolution. They tell lies about, and manipulate history for example my history book never mentioned how Mao Tsai Tung commited genocide against his own people and the book actually tried to make him out as a good guy. They tell you as a kid that Christopher Columbus founded America when he didn't even know where he was going, when in fact there were already native inhabitants here. The school system is there to reassure your trust in a system so broke. It is there to do none other then brainwash you into accepting something so evil.
I just can't understand how they can say Christopher Columbus discovered America and someone was already here.
When did Marcus Garvey Park in HARLEM become Christopher Columbus Park for these *** They don't even know who Marcus Garvey is. Smh.
REMEMBER , when you point one finger to others, three fingers point backwards - to you !!! AMERICAN BORDERS SHOULD BE RE-DRAWN FIRST, NOT OF PAKISTAN Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Ralph Peters, United States Army proposed a new map for Middle East including Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan in his article "Blood Borders: How a better Middle East would look". US Congressman Louie Gohmert delivered a highly venomous speech on 30 Jan 2014 in US House of Representatives on Balochistan situation and strongly endorsed Bloch nationalists’ separatist agenda of Independent Balochistan. Reportedly, CIA is neck-deep busy for creation of an independent Balochistan, comprising on existing territories plus parts of eastern Iran and southern Afghanistan by the end of first half of 2015. Well, while Pakistan should carryout 'War Games' for such eventualities, USA should reconsider re-drawing its own borders first (We will present justified map of India shortly separately). For time being, we would like to restrain ...
Christopher Columbus has a sister named Rachel Columbus 😂
The *** thing" is not new. Homosexuality has existed in all sects, cultures, and species. As has Transgenderism. (The Hijras, for example) It's not "new" to humanity. It's new to your news headlines because you're in America or one of the numerous other countries or continents that America has white-washed with Christian idealism. This is the same culture that still credits Christopher Columbus for its discovery, believes the folklore of Adam and Eve as the origin of man but ignores the fact that the character of Jesus Christ wasn't Caucasian, and that military strength is more valuable than sexual education. Those concepts that are too grandiose for you to contemplate - how infinite space is, "Where did 'God' come from?", why people wear red pants - feel a mental barrier when you try an understand. All of these limitations are a testament to the limitations and falsification of American education. You've been taught what they want you to think. Regardless of whether or not you're conscious of it. The sa ...
When you are walking up the stairs, and you think there is an extra step - then feelings like Christopher Columbus discovered America.
Christopher Columbus arrived at the island during his first voyage to the Americas in 1492, where his flagship,...
I'm Christopher Columbus in that thang, now let me explore!
What a day for reading outside. (@ Cadman Plaza Christopher Columbus Monument) [pic]:
Y now it's time for the Christopher Columbus show starring Katherine Heigl. Oh, a salad.
They said christopher columbus was a great man
I blame Christopher Columbus for all this. This *** wanted to play adventure time to find America. If he did explore slavery would happen
So in church today the priest asked the kids to sing that jump rope song about Christopher Columbus
1. Let's talk about another truth that we all might have not known yet.. The Genocide of American Indian.. 2. The history tells that they were muslims, you know the movie Apocalypto by Mel Gibson.. It's not absolutely right 3. How many truth they have covered and re-wrote the history in order to cut our root as human.. Who we are before? 4. Some of th name of Indian tribes were rooted frm Arabic, such as Anasazi, Apache, Arawak, Cherokee(Shar-kee), Arikana 5. According to his Journal, Christopher Columbus saw a Mosque on top of a mountain in Cuba..
Marijuana heals and is illegal; pharmaceuticals kill and are legal; people of color make up the majority of this world and are called, " minorities;" If you are still walking around saying Christopher Columbus discovered ANYTHING... You need to Be in an asylum!!! Because in the face of truth your brainwashing is absolute!
Christopher Columbus brought the first orange seeds n seedlings to the New World on his 2nd voyage in 1493.
how bad was my Christopher Columbus analogy last night for real though
How come we glorify Christopher Columbus for discovering countries that were already discovered?
"nahh B" -christopher columbus to all the haters out there who told him the world was flat
I don't teach that Christopher Columbus discovered America. He thought he was on a totally different continent. The whole time.
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Amazing Benefits of Papaya (Paw-Paw) .. Papaya is a delicious tropical fruit which has a great taste, mouth-watering flavor and great health benefits. Originally from the tropics of America the taste and its numerous health benefits made it popular in all the continents. Papaya enjoys a rich history, and has been used since very long for medicinal uses in day to day life. The Mayans used to worship papaya trees and called it the “Tree of Life”. It is said to be one of the favourite fruits of Christopher Columbus. The story goes that when his crew landed in America after a long sea voyage on meager meal, the native people welcomed them with extravagant feast, which caused digestive problems. The natives took the voyagers to the forest and offered them papaya and they got cured. The leaves, seeds and the milk of the papaya tree are used to cure intestinal problems and kill intestinal worms and parasites. Women from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh use them to prevent pregnancy and for abortion. Above all ...
Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust: Slavery and the Rise of European Capitalism: John Henrik Clarke:
African American Men: Moments in History from Colonial Times to the Present Colonial Times, 1492-1776 1492: Among the crew on the Santa Maria during Christopher Columbus's voyage to the Americas is Pedro Alonzo Niño, a black man. Africans also accompany Ponce de Leon, Hernando Cortes, Francisco Pizarro, Hernando de Soto, and Francisco Vasquez de Coronado in the early 16th century. 1623: William Tucker, the son of indentured servants living in Jamestown, is the first recorded black birth in America. 1625: A census of Virginia counts 11 black men among a population of 1,227. 1641: Mathias De Sousa, a free black man, is elected to the Maryland General Assembly. He had come to the colony as an indentured servant. 1644: Lucas Santomee, a black physician and one of the major landowners in what is to become New York, is granted a tract by the Dutch that stretched from modern-day Greenwich Village to Brooklyn. 1700: About 60 percent of all African Americans in the colonies (16,390) live in Virginia. 1712: Thou ...
y EventYear Birth of Jesus Christ4 B.C. Death of Jesus Christ29 A.D. Birth of Prophet Mohammed570 Emigration of Mohammed to Madina, Beginning of Hijri era622 Death of Prophet Mohammed632 Magna Carta, first document limiting the powers of KIng of Enland was signed1215 Black Death, most devastating pandemic in Europe killed over 100 million people1348-50 100 years war between England and France1337-1453 Christopher Columbus discovers the New World1492 Vasco da Gama discovers the sea route from Europe to India1497-98 Defeat of Spanish Armada also known as Invincible Fleet by England1588 Great Plague of London which killed about 1 million people in the city1665-66 Great fire of London which destroyed about 70 homes in the city1666 (2 - 5 Sep) 7 years war involving the great powers of the time1757-1763 Declaration of independence of United States of America1776 Beginning of the French Revolution1789 Battle of Waterloo in which Napolean was defeated1815 The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels ...
LET'S TALK NIGERIA.CAN YOU TELL US OF THE NIGERIA IN YOUR DREAM Someone once said “what differentiate the “Third World” from the other worlds is not skin color or location. It is neither because the later have better brain cells, it is a matter of orientation (what we believe and what we do with what we believe).” What ever happens in the human world comes from the thought of a man. Nations are built on it.territories and empires are first built in the mind. Success has a lot to do with how best we are able to create it in the quietness of our mind a mental model of our world and it is called dream. Every great personality, organization or nation we see today are products of a dream of "one man" and in some rare cases a group. Christopher Columbus had a dream and Martin Luther redefined that dream, Nelson Mandela had a dream. Bill Gates had a dream. Oprah Winfrey had a dream. Aliko Dangote had a dream, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Tafawa Balewa, Obafemi Awolowo all had a dream for Nigeria. The question is, wh ...
Answers to exam questions written by history students During the Renaissance America began. Christopher Columbus was a great navigator who discovered America while cursing about the Atlantic. His ships were called the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Fe. Later, the Pilgrims crossed the ocean, and this was called Pilgrim's Progress. The winter of 1620 was a hard one for the settlers. Many people died and many babies were born. Captain John Smith was responsible for all this. One of the causes of the Revolutionary War was the English put tacks in their tea. Also, the colonists would send their parcels through the post without stamps. Finally the colonists won the War and no longer had to pay for taxis. Delegates from the original 13 states formed the Contented Congress. Thomas Jefferson, a Virgin, and Benjamin Franklin were two singers of the Declaration of Independence. Franklin discovered electricity by rubbing two cats backwards and declared, "A horse divided against itself cannot stand." Franklin died in ...
HISTORY OF CUBA Cuba is important to the history of Florida and the Keys because Florida was a Spanish possession until 1762 when Florida was traded to Britain. Even then, Spain insisted that the Keys were not a part of Florida. England contested this, but neither cared as long as one did not interfere with the other's shipping. Cuba was Spain's first real foothold in the New World and was Spain's stepping stone to the Americas. The Keys Indians traded with Havana for many years. Most of the Spanish shipwrecks were sailing from Havana to Spain when they wrecked on the Florida reefs. On October 28, 1492, Christopher Columbus landed in Cuba and christened it "Juana," in honor of Prince Don Juan, son of Queen Isabella. Origin's of names this far back is difficult to document, especially as most Indian tribes did not have a written language. Story has it that it's Indian name was "Cubanacan." Slowly the name Cuba was adopted by the Spanish - some say that Columbus gave the name. As a side note, I understand t ...
Original explorer, Christopher Columbus believed to his dying day that he found the East Indies, not America.
Little Known Black History Facts: If you enjoy buying fresh food from across the country at your local supermarket, you have an African American inventor named Frederick McKinley Jones to thank. He invented the air-cooling units used in food transporting trucks in the 1930s, and was awarded more than 60 patents over the course of his life, 40 of which involved refrigeration equipment. African American Sarah Boone patented an improvement to the ironing board on April 26, 1892. Sarah Boone's ironing board was designed to be effective in ironing the sleeves and bodies of ladies' garments. Jean Baptiste Point du Sable, an African American from Sainte-Domingue (Haiti), built the first permanent settlement in what would become Chicago in 1779. William Tucker was the first African born in the colony in Jamestown, Virginia. There are reports that he lived to be 108 years old. Alonzo Pietro, a Black Spaniard explorer, set sail with Christopher Columbus to the “New World.” Ruth Ella Moore received a Ph.D. in Ba ...
What did George Washington,Abraham Lincoln and Christopher Columbus all have in common?they were all born on Holidays..happy President Day!
Cotton, leather, polyester, nylon, and vinyl are all harmful to humans and the environment, and yet we all need clothing, furniture, handbags, grocery totes, and blankets for our beds. So what's a person to do? Buy these items made from hemp fabric. Here is a very interesting article about this fabric. It is not sprayed with pesticides, uses less water than cotton, and lasts longer than cotton. Did you know that the first American flag was made from hemp? So was the very first pair of Levi jeans. Hemp Facts "Industrial hemp is not marijuana, but rather a non-intoxicating plant that has been cultivated and used in a multitude of ways around the world for millennia." - Assembly member Virginia Strom-Martin, California State Assembly Hemp is the oldest cultivated fiber plant in the world. It contains no toxins as it does not require pesticides. The first Gutenberg bible was printed on hemp paper. Christopher Columbus' sails and ropes were made from hemp. The first drafts of the Declaration of Independe ...
Christopher Columbus, an Italian Jew, named the American natives as Indios. ez/car/39 "Never admitting that he had reached a continent previously unknown to Europeans, rather than the East Indies he had set out for, Columbus called the inhabitants of the lands he visited indios (Spanish for "Indians")," says Wikipedia. While boarding his ship, he was perhaps unaware that he would be driven by two other cycles: the north equatorial ocean current beneath and the north easterly trade winds above of the Atlantic, both of which were powerful engines moving clockwise from Spain to America. And his sail ship was using those engines. There was no way he could reach Japan except go around South America or through a yet non-existent Panama Canal - because in those days America "did not exist", at least in Western minds. The off-spin of the discovery was that it would make way to fulfill the end of a long cherished cycle of 7 times (2520 years) for the nations of Jacob to reign in the times of the Gentiles. If the c ...
Tiyanna just said Christopher Columbus was the person who said "we didn't land on Plymouth Rock, Plymouth Rock landed …
ST. KITTS AND NEVIS The Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis, located in the Leeward Islands, is a federal two-island state in the West Indies. It is the smallest sovereign state in the Americas by area and population. At the center of St. Kitts is the spectacular peak of Mount Liamuiga, a dormant volcano covered by dense tropical forest. Intoxicating natural beauty, sunny skies, warm waters, and white sandy beaches combine to make St. Kitts one of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean. Christopher Columbus first spotted St. Kitts in 1493. St. Kitts and Nevis occupy an area of 216 km ²
He's the Christopher Columbus of big butts 😥
15th February interesting things. February 15 is the 46th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 319 days remaining until the end of the year (320 in leap years). Events 590 – Khosrau II is crowned king of Persia. 1113 – Pope Paschal II issues a bill sanctioning the establishment of the Order of Hospitallers. 1493 – While on board the Niña, Christopher Columbus writes an open letter (widely distributed upon his return to Portugal) describing his discoveries and the unexpected items he came across in the New World. 1637 – Ferdinand III becomes Holy Roman Emperor. 1690 – Constantin Cantemir, Prince of Moldavia and the Holy Roman Empire sign a secret treaty in Sibiu, stipulating that Moldavia would support the actions led by the House of Habsburg against the Ottoman Empire. 1764 – The city of St. Louis, Missouri is established. 1798 – The Roman Republic is proclaimed after Louis Alexandre Berthier, a general of Napoleon, had invaded the city of Rome five days earlier 1804 – The ...
Every since my mans Detroitsown Dex let me listen to that Willie lynch letter it got me wanting to really search into African American history deeper than what we was taught in school because idk bout y'all but if you believed that Christopher Columbus found some land with people already on it then you need yo *** whooped
*Yesterday we had a very special Who’s Who and the post unknowingly went missing! We loved it so much and everyone's likes, comments and feedback that we wanted to re-post it for everyone! It was nice to see the support of family, friends & fellow officers for Donny! Sgt. Donny Settipani from the Cambridge facility was nominated by his daughter Alyssa! Just a great reminder of how important family is and that they recognize the hard work their family members do every day! Thanks Donny (& Alyssa)! Name: Donny Settipani Job Title/what you do: Sergeant How long have you worked at the MSO? 22 years Nickname: Setta/Snakes Do you have children or pets? 3 kids and dog What is your astrological sign? Pisces Favorite Vacation Spot: Florida Something people may not know about you: Big wrestling fan Favorite wrestler of all time: Undertaker Favorite Food: Steak and potatoes Favorite TV Show: Criminal Minds and Breaking Bad Favorite Holiday: Christmas Favorite Sports Team: Boston Bruins Who do you look up to at the ...
Real moorish maps. El Nino Alonzo provided christopher columbus with the map used to navigate to the americas. Christopher Columbus was notorious for his inability to navigate the seas, hence he hired a moor [El Nino]. The map on the right is an original map from Mansa Musa and the Mali empire, THE REAL MOORS!
amerika their amerika! WHY DO WE DELUDE OURSELVES THE BLACKMAN SHOULD REALLY HAVE ANY STAKE IN A LAND THAT OOZES WITH THE INNOCENT BLOOD OF A RACE OF PEOPLE AND THE DOUBLE JEOPARDY AND TRAGEDY OF CELEBRATING AND LIONIZING THE MURDERERS AND RAPISTS OF BLACK INDIGENOUS PEOPLE TO THIS DAY? "History is written by those who win and those who dominate." — Edward Said, literary critic Every second Monday in October, Banks and schoolz are closed and government offices are empty in remembrance of the infamous European explorer, Christopher Columbus. For hundredz of yearz, Columbus has had a special place in the history of the New World. To Afrikanz, celebrating Columbus Day is actually celebrating the mass destruction of our own people! Instead of a day where we see parades and floats down Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, it should be a day of mourning. Not only was Columbus part of the initial european conquest of the world, his legacy serves as a blockade to the real history behind the purposely-covered fact that t ...
Americans, will you know this, or you will pay a blind eye Spain was ruled by Muslims under the banner of Islam for over 700 years. By the 15th century of the Gregorian calendar the ruler-ship of Islam had been seated in Spain and Muslims had established centers of learning which commanded respect all over the known world at that time. There were no "Dark Ages" such the rest of Europe experienced for the Muslims in Spain and those who lived there with them. In January of 1492 Muslim Spain capitulated to Catholic Rome under King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. By July of the same year, Muslims were instrumental in helping navigate Christopher Columbus to the Caribbean South of Florida. It was, moreover, with the help of Muslim navigators and their inventions that Magellan was able to traverse the Cape of Good Hope, and Da Gamma and Columbus had Muslim navigators on board their ships.
That awkward moment when you hear a noise outside then you go to check to see what it was to find a large shadow man that walks away then you follow him to a barn to find the shadow man has disappeared and you are faced with a giant flash drive with tiny legs that you have to beat at soccer after you beat him a door opens then you enter the door to find the operation repo team and the lizard lick towing team standing there with a car behind them that you have to repo via driving away after you drive away the car is actually a time machine that teleports you to the 18th century where you find yourself on Christopher Columbus' ship where he throws you off teleporting you back to your current time where you have to beat a tiny monkey at chess after you beat him you find yourself at a magic show after guess how the magician does his signature trick of making Justin Beiber not guilty of D.U.I you are escorted by the Amish Mafia back to your house where you find the gecko from the car insurance commercials tell ...
Info for thought. Beef cattle were brought in small numbers originally In 1493 on the second voyage of Christopher Columbus. Later, beef was imported by thr Portuguese then later the European countries. Humans by nature have millions of years of evolution as carnivores. But the meat consumed here was originally Buffalo, Deer, Antelope, wild animals that had a near zero fat content and very high protein content. Johns Hopkins University did a study on venison and said in their findings that it was almost perfectly suited for human consumption as far as protein, amino acids and nutrients that the body needed. Indians didn't worry about fatty foods and cholesterol. In fact because they had a diet high in fat with all of the nuts and other fat in their diet. Most Indians have high cholesterol but also have high levels of the good fatty acids or HDL.That's why I love my venison and so does my family but ONLY if it's prepared correctly.
Brother Ali ve. White Supremacy part 38 These Conquistadors were sick. It was reported: "Christopher Columbus himself has been reported to have personally killed 500,000 Natives. In their quest to ...
Dr. John Henrik Clarke ... In 1492 Spain was whitening up through the marriage of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand. They began now to expel the Moors, the Africans and the Arabs. If they expelled the Jews -- and they did -- that means that they did not consider the Jews to be White. (page 28) "Christopher Columbus and the African Holocaust"
Maritime Monday for February 10th, 2014: More Nautical Philately 2 gCaptain ⚓ Maritime & Offshore News by Monkey Fist / 3h // keep unread // hide // preview Christopher Columbus; Bahamas Centennial of the Opening of Japan by Matthew Perry (991 × 640 pixels)1913 10 cent Parcel Post; Steamship & Mail Tender Steamboats were carrying mail as early as November, 1808. Initially letters were carried either unofficially by crew and passengers – bypassing local Post Offices – or under the existing provisions for ship letters, whereby postmasters at ports of call gave ship captains two cents for each letter and then charged letter recipients six cents postage. Although popularly associated with New Orleans and the Mississippi River, steamboats were first used commercially on the Hudson River in New York, connecting New York City with the state’s capital, Albany. In 1813 Congress authorized the Postmaster General to contract for the carriage of mail by steamboat, provided it was no more expensive ...
Yaqui Blood in the corners of the planet there are incontestable evidence: In the interests of the extermination, since colonial times, the Blood Yaqui suffered the ravages of the encierro, the exile and the burial. The cartography of the diaspora the Yaqui never determined the pleasure, the dream of progress or the desire for adventure. The repetition of the attempts of extermination and domination was carried out by the invaders. With the purported commitment to end, dominate or uproot the Yaqui Nation killed again and again to his people. When not recruited with deception or force, many of the survivors were arrested, subjected to treatment of slaves without considering them as slaves or, far away from its territory to any part of the world. Dictated the adage - and in many heads retintinean echoes: "The Indian is not meek, that Indian dead". In the history of the Yaqui the stamp of the colonizer is genocidal recurrent: contained of lynchings of warlords, sweeping their women and racist invaders, who, ...
If I could go back in time, Id find Christopher Columbus and sink his ship. Then this whole thing would just...disappear!
thanks man I appreciate it merry Christopher Columbus Day
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It would also be priceless to see Christopher Columbus' face when I beat him to "India"
word (India). Native Americans didn't even know what india was lol. Christopher Columbus was just a ***
she states: From him we learn that Cristobal Colon (who never called himself Christopher Columbus and never spoke or wrote Italian)
Laundry, school papers, garbage out, feed the dog, meatbAll soup for all, back to homework, huge day at work tomorrow, mom having surgery, kayla has paper due on christopher columbus, get gas-dont need problems in the rain, stop and drop off mail for work, payroll due, haas coming to visit, .ay yi..its only sunday night...lord help me get organized i am panic and worried.
What up with certain people acting like using oil on the hair is some new discovery??! Like they found something amazing & new? Lol I've had a cosmetologist and several individuals try to "introduce" me to oil & how amazing it is for my hair... Hmmm -Mrs. We BEEN Doing This Boo aka -Miss Reminds Me Of Christopher Columbus
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS REAL NAME WAS CHRISTOPHER COLON. WHICH MEANS HE WAS AN *** that tried to make us an *** just like him. Mr.Colon.
The day after the Spanish expulsion, Christopher Columbus, whose actual name was Cristobol Colon, took a group of Jewish refugees with him to the New World. READ.
PAPAYA Sweet and succulent with a satiny consistency, papaya was referred to as the "fruit of the angels" by Christopher Columbus. Slice open a papaya and see hundreds of shiny black seeds that all need to get their start in life from the nutrition found in the fruit. This implies that fruit must be power-packed. Scientists have documented this common sense observation by finding that papaya promotes digestive health and intestinal cleansing, fights inflammation, and supports the immune system. It protects lung and joint health, revitalizes the body, and boosts energy levels. Papaya is a potent cancer fighter that is highly effective against hormone related cancers as well as other cancers. New research shows papaya can stop the growth of breast cancer cells, halt metastasis, and normalize the cell cycle. Papaya was the only studied food found to halt breast cancer. Scientists studied 14 plant foods commonly consumed in Mexico to determine their ability to halt breast cancer cell growth. These included av ...
Watching History Channel; The mystery of Bermuda Triangle. Whatever happened to Flight 19—five Navy bombers that vanished on a routine training mission—and the untold numbers of others who have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle? What can we learn from intrepid adventurers like Christopher Columbus, Charles Lindbergh, and Bruce Gernon—the co-author of this book—who survived frightening encounters in the Triangle and lived to tell the tale?
Ask them about Marcus Garvey ... They don't know about him... Ask them about christopher columbus they know all about him smh
Second fun fact! The Honduras was discovered by Christopher Columbus. The first words uttered by him when he stepped foot here were..
i dont want no scrub. A scrub is a guy that cant get no love from me. -christopher columbus
From the "Christopher Columbus" b/w "Shifting Sands" 7-inch, out June 25, 2013 on Merge Records.
Fort of La Navidad in Hispaniola in Christopher Columbus' first voyage. De insulis nuper in mar Indico repertis, 1493 htt…
One question? Do anybody think Christopher Columbus was really the first one to discover America?
HOW SLAVERY IN THE United States HAPPENED IN THE SOUTH The onset of slavery in the south east was set in motion by the French and Spanish rivalry around the Gulf and Caribbean. Mobile Alabama and Haiti were areas that traded hands back and forth between the French and the Spanish. At the time of the Treaty of Paris in 1763 when France signed Mobile over to the British only about 1000 inhabitants lived there, seventeen years later in 1780 during the American Revolution, Spain attacked and occupied Mobile for the fourth time. Santo Domingo was founded in 1492 by Christopher Columbus as a Spanish island but came to be controlled by France in 1697 in the area of the island now called Haiti with a French speaking population. By 1795 France owned the entire island with Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Around 1801 slave revolts began and the rebels declared an end to slavery in Haiti. France decided to sell the Louisiana Purchase to the United States in 1803 and after a few failed attempts to retake the Haiti. ...
Do you remember the names of The Three Ships of Christopher Columbus?
Reading a book on Christopher Columbus. Really interesting to read about the complexities of his voyages.
christopher Columbus wasn't first tho
I know I got it first, I'm Christopher Columbus
You entered: eric jason mcclung jr There are 18 letters in your name. Those 18 letters total to 78 There are 5 vowels and 13 consonants in your name. What your first name means: Scandinavian Male Ever kingly. In Scandinavian legend the Viking sea rover Ericson: (son of Eric the Red) landed on the shores of America 500 years before Christopher Columbus. Norse Male Ever or eternal ruler. Island ruler. Famous bearer: 10th-century Norwegian explorer Eric the Red. Your number is: 6 The characteristics of are: Responsibility, protection, nurturing, community, balance, sympathy. The expression or destiny for number 6 Expression provides you a truly outstanding sense of responsibility, love, and balance. The 6 is helpful and ever conscientious, making you quite capable of rectifying and balancing any sort of inharmonious situation. You are a person very much inclined to give help and comfort to those in need. You have a natural penchant for working with the old, the young, the sick, or the underprivileged. Althou ...
I remember my now 8 year old sister asking me why her teacher keeps telling the class that Christopher Columbus discovered America if the same book that she is teaching from says that he met Indians kids are too smart. Had to tell her I have no idea, but keep thinking for yourself
Making pineapple up side down cake with Chancey and he proceeds to tell me how Christopher Columbus lied about finding America and George Washington was the original Captain America. Then he informs me how he should get to play GT5 and Battlefield 4 more often because he's not gonna get any better if he can't play it more, all I had to say was well played Chance, well played..anyways waiting for Miss Morgan to get here so we can watch the sexy Channing Tatum :P
hoodrats should be banned from the register & exchanging $,even Christopher Columbus still waiting on a Big Mac
Circa 700-800 A.D., Several Muslim Schools in North America; Valley of Fire (Nevada), Mesa Verde (Colorado), Mimbres Valley (New Mexico) and Tipper Canoe (Indiana). North African Arabic and Old Kufic Arabic scripts are engraved on rocks, test, diagram, charts including writing, reading, arithmetic, religion, history, geography, mathematics, astronomy and sea navigation. For more info, contact: Dr. Barry Fell, at Harvard University. Circa 1492 A.D., On Monday October 21, 1492, Christopher Columbus admits in his papers, while sailing near Cuba, he saw a mosque on top of a beautiful mountain. The ruins of mosques and minerats with inscriptions of Quranic verses have been found in Cuba, Mexico, Texas and Nevada. The dress of the Indian (Moorish) woman long veils” the men “Breedclothes painted in the style of Moorish draperies” in Grenada and Trinidad… See: Precolumbian Muslims in the Americas by Dr. Yousef Mroueh
Charlie Shrem, who has been arrested on money laundering charges, has compared the founder of Bitcoin with explorer Christopher Columbus
Christopher Columbus's my 56 great grandfather I believe you and treasure in Oak Island watching this stupid reality TV show they have no clue to use lineage of them proof
A few Scientific facts that were in the Bible long before man discovered them: Science used to believe the earth sat on two large turtles, when the Bible has always told us it just floats in space. (Job 26:7) Which Science later discovered. The Bible also taught us that we should use running water to clean, which Science only discovered about 100 years ago. (Lev 15:13) Hebrews 11:3 tells us the world is made of invisible material which we can not see. Science only later discovered that, (Atoms/molecules for example) Lev 17:11 tells us that blood is the source of life. Up until 120 years ago, sick people were "bled" and many died because of that practice. We now know blood is the source of life, if you lose your blood, you'll lose your life. Isaiah 40:22 tells us the earth is round. There was a time Science believed the earth to be flat. Christopher Columbus said this "It was the Lord who put it into my mind. I could feel His hand upon me...there is no question the inspiration was from the Holy Spirit beca ...
2 euros commemorative coin San Marino 2006 A portrait of Christopher Columbus (looking to the right) before a background of the three caravels (the Niña, the
You have to read Howard Zinn...and that piece The Oatmeal did on Christopher Columbus if you haven't already. Sooo much thay
A new item in my collection - a Science fiction novel, "The Genius and the discovery of the world". Atlan, a humanlike alien, who stranded on earth meats Leonardo da Vinci, Christopher Columbus, and Vasco da Gama, and supports and promotes them in their efforts.
Thanks to John C Reilly and Will Ferrell, I will be Acing my exam on how Christopher Columbus got to the East Indies
I'm very confused on why people are so mad about the Coca-Cola commercial. I mean this is America right? Named after the Italian Amerigo Vespucci. Founded by a Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, who spoke Italian and Spanish. The writer of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson, knew French. Thomas Jefferson also inspired the Bill of Rights. The Father of of the Constitution, James Madison, knew Latin and Greek. There is even Latin on back of the dollar bill. English is just a language and is NOT the official language of the US because the US does not have an official language. Even though my family is not from the US, I'm still a proud, patriotic American who respects all cultures because "All men are created equal".
Hey can you name a respected person for black history month? what did they do? GEORGE AMERICAS, WAS THE ACTUAL MAN TO DISCOVER AMERICA. OH, IT WASN'T CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS.
It's amazing where you end up when you have no clue where you're going!feeling a little like Christopher Columbus...ok not quite!
"I'm watching a movie about America's first serial killer" "Christopher Columbus?"
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Christopher Columbus was a hero. But not Crispus Attackus
"Riches don't make a man rich, they only make him busier.". ~Christopher Columbus~
Some weird perspective to think about: when the founding fathers of our country signed the Declaration of Independence they were 284 years removed from Christopher Columbus' voyage. Right now we are 238 years removed from the Declaration of Independence.
Amerigo Vespucci was italian,i heard..Christopher Columbus was of Spain and spoke Spanish as Amerigo spoke italian and likely spanish too.The real Mystery is why we speak English in USA and not spanish or italian or the language of the native inhabitants..Its all a land of all kinds of diversity by now other than it being beset by those who ended up beneficiaries of the crimes of humanity that led to the formation of Nationhood world wide,carrying over the beliefs that keep the benefits in place while convieniently forgeting any information that paints a real picture in the mirror of being worse than the image painted of those who gave all to the benefits of nationhood as it is today.Take no more,give no more,let all be and share forevermore the benefits that simply be...
I'm weird? lol you are not Christopher Columbus... you didn't discover anything. I ALREADY KNEW THAT.
"The Nina the pinta the Santa Maria ill do you in the bottom while we're drinking Sangria" -Christopher Columbus
I can't believe there are people having a fit about that Coke commercial. Don't people understand that we are all foreigners? Christopher Columbus was Spanish and he discovered America.
Trivia for 2/4/2014: Are Christopher Columbus' remains resting in? 1. Santo Domingo
the whole thing is. I just pointed out the Christopher Columbus theory
If you are offended by the Coke spot, you are a racist *** Bonus points: Christopher Columbus didn't speak English.
Capture Christopher Columbus Park thru ur lens at 2/9 at 11am.
What was Coke thinking? Christopher Columbus would roll over in his grave if heard people singing America the...
im Christopher Columbus y'all just the pilgrims !
Just had some drinks in front of Christopher Columbus Mansion in the Dominican Republic never that I would say that in my lifetime
If you believe Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1492, then shouldn't we all speak Italian then?
Are you Christopher Columbus because you're way better at navigating relationships, and you also killed tons of Native Americans
I could read an incredibly boring book about Christopher Columbus or I could watch the wings presumably suck *** so tonight's a toss up...
Okay so many people are going in on cokes Super Bowl commercial. Get over it. Yes football is an American sport but Coke isn't just sold here in America! The Song they were singing was an American song sung in the most American way. By people of all different races, skin colors cultures, and last but not least languages!!! We all don't speak the same language. So why would coke being so great at marketing only broadcast to the English speaking American? They wouldn't. Also just to give some history, America didn't always speak English and to further boggle your mind wasn't even called America! It wasn't discovered by Christopher Columbus like all the textbooks like to tell you. It was stumbled upon!!! Native Americans lived here before us "Americans" did. Land was taken from them,violently if I might add, and then it was called America and English became the official language. Not the only language spoken, just official. English didn't even originate here, it originated in, get this, ENGLAND!!! And gues . ...
You got full blown adults still out here believing that Christopher Columbus discovered America...
Christopher Columbus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia was satan really!
Hey, everybody! The earth is round!! Christopher Columbus was laughed at. . . but he was right!!
It actually pisses me off when some people call First Nations, Indians. Na, you see, I'm an Indian & Christopher Columbus is just a ***
So called black history month is insanely over rated lol geesh most o us don't even bother to learn our heritage n the majority of us know more about the exploitations of Christopher Columbus than Mansa Musa.
nah cause society got us thinking Christopher Columbus is the man
We also let them refer to us by what Christopher Columbus called us. "Indians." We still take that "role" in...
Lmao if i tell my nonna christopher Columbus aint discover america shes gonna say im possessed by the devil.
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It was *** here before him PLUS his black navigator found America "Christopher Columbus aint discover America? Oh ok."
Be grateful for what you have. "Christopher Columbus wasn't looking for America, but it seems to be working out for everyone doesn't it?"
( HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH 💪💪💪) I always been so strong minded about my culture because , I'm from Minnesota Born in a diverted state , ii didn't move out of here till ii was in first grade and ii moved to Memphis . See Minnesota is full of white , Asian , Somalian, Mexicans and blacks but wen ii was in kindergarten and first grade the only history ii remember is Christopher Columbus and Native Americans ii was proud to say my daddy native so I'm Indian that's y my hair is better than yours , like really ii was proud about being native ! But ii step foot in Memphis and best to believe ain't seen one Caucasian, Asian , Mexican all my teachers where black yes ma'am they taught me all about respect ii got that yes sir no ma'am drilled in my head , in first grade for second semester learning about my black culture for the first time my baby sister knew about her history when she was in pre school , but for me to walk in a underground rail round learning about my culture and I'm only 8 years old cryi ...
A girl in my class was amazed to learn that Christopher Columbus was not Mexican. . Yes, Mexican.
Black History Lesson for today.. Christopher Columbus was not the first Visiter to land at the Americus. Spanish was documented to been at the land at least 100 years before and African decent travelers at least 150yrs before. These findings are documented in many history book not found in public schools. Christopher Columbus used an African decent navigator to lead his voyage.
If American was good enough for Christopher Columbus to speak, then goddammit it should be good enough for us.
It's a shame how schools have fallen off teaching kids the meaning of Black History Month but will teach the the lie of Christopher Columbus
Party bus on Christopher Columbus Day. Who's down. lmk
I forget his name but he was a great Moors man in our history and he said "in the beginning wen the European man showed up he held the Bible and the Moors held the land. The European man told the Moors man to kneel down close ur eyes an pray, and wen the Moors men stood up and opened his eyes the European man had the land an the Moorish men held the Bible.." think about it church goers. How do u inslave a whole race of people that out number u 1;20 u take they're religion and way of life..we of color are our own Christ we follow the law of the sun give, nerture and feed all people..Jesus, marry and ect are madeup names the lettler J wasnt created til the 1600's and damg near the whole king James version of the Bible as bn altered from our African history and europeanised to keep u mentally chained an to feel inauperior to those not of color...I love the pail pole in my life my 3rd or 4th great Grandma was a short pail red head Irish woman...we of color were the first to travel the world not Christopher Co ...
I'm sorry... I didn't know that when Christopher Columbus "discovered America" after having reached the BAHAMAS and cruised along the eastern coast of MEXICO and began the Spanish Empire on the island of HISPANIOLA they actually meant that he discovered the United States. Because "America" and "United States OF America" are synonymous, right? When did the US become so self-centered, that its citizens were actually convinced that they ran the entire world and that in America we must speak "American"? Because if we're talking numbers, there are more Spanish speaking nations in what is ACTUALLY America than there are "American" speaking ones. And there's my Coke commercial rant :)
Those commercials! Once again, I am so glad that God is in charge of redemption and not man! America has opened it's arms to many despite the language barriers...even to the English Settlers. So to keep it 100...there should be a lot of disgruntled Native American tribes out there upset that America is represented by songs that are not sung in their tribal language. Or maybe Spaniards should be upset that the lyrics are not in Spanish since Christopher Columbus put the land on the map. Everyone knows that due to the English take over, it is now America's adopted language. We also have terminology from other cultures that have been adopted into the English vocabulary so long, that many of us really do not realize that it is not an original English term. For some it has taken generations for English to become their language of choice for families, because when they walked off of that boat their native tongue was all that they had to give. However, that didn't mean that they loved America none the less. ...
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from joe "d". Beverly's Italian (Sicilian and Napolitano) half.I make the following challenge to my AAIC members.It may be time to name our restaurant. That's Right NAME our restaurant! People have seen the club driving by for how many decades now? Do they even know that we have a restaurant on the premises. Do they know that we're open to the public? Yes, we do have a sign that advertises our dinners, but, it may not be enough.Some have no idea that we have a restaurant and they have lived in the neighborhood for maybe more years than the club has been active. I suggest that we have a RESTAURANT NAMING contest with the name proudly displayed on our 12th Street property. It not only will highlight the fact that we have a restaurant but that it IS AVAILABLE to the public, AND, it will likewise change what people have seen as they drive by day in and day out. ... IF we do have the contest and my name is accepted, I'll pay for the sign and for it to be installed on 12th Street. Anyone interested, pass the w ...
Medieval Death of native European religions that eventually lead to witch trials and inquisitions in medieval Europe. They were big in the Arabic slave trade. This slave trade kidnapped little girls from Europe, largely blondes from Spain, as Muslim sex slaves. This slave trade also brought subsaharan africans to the Americas and every slave was transported on a Jew ship. Jews then promoted slavery to the colonies, in part by running their own slave-plantations and undercutting prices. Jews, who pretended to have converted to Catholicism ("conversos"), arrived with Christopher Columbus and started enslaving the American Indians. Jews were the ones who sold alcohol to American Indians. Starting around the early 20th century Bolshevism Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, and 85% of the early government of the USSR and other bolshevized countries were jews. Communism murdered hundreds of millions of people in its own countries, starting with 15 million Germans in east Germany in their genocide of people ...
BLACK HISTORY FACTS: When Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492, he was following the lead of black sailors in the Canary Islands who had done it before and even navigated and captained his lead ship! Plus, when Columbus arrived in the "New World," there were six foot statues of Black men already erected! Eurocentric history books downplay both of these facts. Afrocentric history applauds these facts. At Jackson State, a very knowledgeable white professor teaches Black history courses by mixing Eurocentrism and Afrocentrism. The Niño Brothers and Columbus' “Discovery of America” Christopher Columbus made extended visits to the Canary Islands of the northwest coast of Africa where he met the seafaring Nino brothers. The four Niño brothers, Pedro Alonso, Francisco, Juan and one other Niño were already sailors with prestige and experience in Atlantic journeys before playing a distinguished part in Columbus's first voyage to the New World. Their friendship with the Pinzón Brothers, and especially wi ...
The Mayflower,Christopher Columbus,Amerigo Vespucci & Treaty of Tordesillas are proof that the US was colonized by other nations..
Did you know? It is assumed that this is the oldest globe at that showed a New World, it is, the American continent. It is believed to originate from 16th century and was probably made in Florence, and with the two halves of ostrich eggs. In him are engraved then new and vague details of the Americas, which were recorded European explorers Christopher Columbus and Amerigo Vespucci. Cartographic Association Washington , released by the details of the study, inform that was are engraved waves, of monsters and a one castaway, as and the phrase "Hic svnt dracones", it is, "Here are dragons". From 71 place names, only is seven at the Western Hemisphere. North America, presented as a group of scattered islands, there are no markings, while in South America recorded three names: "Mundus Novus" (New World), "Terra de Brazil" and "Terra Sanctae Crucis" (Land of the Holy Cross).
Had to write a paper about Christopher Columbus. Word Count: 1492
The argument that Amerigo Vespucci (not Christopher Columbus) discovered America is not a new or uncommon one. Planning to land in Asia, Columbus unknowingly sailed to the West Indies (Caribbean) all along believing he had traveled to Asia, he died contending he'd reached Asia, unwittingly oblivious to the fact he'd found new land. More keen in his navigational adventures, Vespucci was aware he'd encountered new land, thus America is named in his honor. However, the fact that evidence exists that Africans sailed to the Americas and settled there, almost 200 years before Columbus is widely unheard. The recitation of the Americas discovery often begins in the late 1400's. Yet historians are well aware of the knowledge, sophistication, and wealth of the Malian Empire from 1300's. This information is key since Pathe Diagne and historians before him recognized that Africans were skilled navigators long before Europeans contrary to popular belief. Pathe Diagne is a Political Scientist, linguist, historian of ci ...
February is. *** History Mo. Early Days & Slavery 1492: A black navigator, Pedro Alonso Niño, travels with Christopher Columbus's 1st expedition to the New World. 1619: A Dutch ship brings 20 African indentured servants to the English colony of Jamestown, VA 1739: One of the earliest slave revolts takes place in Stono, SC. A score of whites & more than twice as many blacks slaves are killed as the armed slaves try to flee to FL. 1746: Lucy Terry, a slave, composes "Bars Fight", the 1st known poem by an African American. A description of an Indian raid on Terry's hometown in Massachusetts, the poem will be passed down orally & published in 1855. 1758: The African Baptist or "Bluestone" Church is founded on the William Byrd plantation near the Bluestone River, in Mecklenburg, VA, becoming the 1st known black church in North America. 1770: Crispus Attucks, an escaped slave, becomes the 1st Colonial soldier to die for American independence when he is killed by the British in the Boston Massacre. 1773: The .. ...
Christopher Columbus landed in the Americas in 1492; a year later Four Blood Moons followed. This is where it gets interesting.
S[edit] Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic[edit] Main article: Etymology of Sahrawi After the Sahrawi people. Their territory is disputed with Morocco, who claim the region as their Western Sahara territory. Western Sahara, the name of the territory it claims: After its geographic position. "Sahara" derives from the Arabic aṣ-Ṣaḥrā´ (الصحراء), meaning "desert". Spanish Sahara, a former name: from its previous occupation by Spain. Saint Kitts and Nevis[edit] Main article: Etymology of Saint Kitts and Nevis St. Kitts took its name in honour of Saint Christopher, the patron saint of travelling. Christopher Columbus probably named the island for Saint Christopher, though this remains uncertain. British sailors later shortened the name to St. Kitts. Nevis derives from the Spanish phrase Nuestra Senora de las Nieves, which means "Our Lady of the Snows", after the permanent halo of white clouds that surrounded mountains on the island. Saint Lucia[edit] "Saint Lucy" in Latin, for the shipwreck upon t ...
European colonization of the Americas began in 1492, when a Spanish expedition headed by Christopher Columbus sailed west to find a new trade route to the Far East and inadvertently landed on the American continent. Prior European contact existed on a limited basis when several Norse expeditions arr...
found on the pages of this in-depth study on thesubject. For instance, did you know that a Black man with only a sixth gradeeducation named Garrett Morgan (1875-1963) invented the first traffic signal, thegas mask, and marketed the G.A. Morgan Refining Cream, which was the first hair straightening product? Did you know that Garrett Morgan made so much moneyfrom his hair cream that he was able to purchase an automobile? In fact, traffic congestion while driving his new car was motivation for Morgan’s traffic signal invention.Did you know that in 1721 an African slave named Onesimus taught his “master”the age-old African technique for smallpox inoculation in which a pustule from aninfected person was ruptured with a thorn and then used to puncture the skin of anormal person? Did anyone ever tell you that the original Haitians were called the Arawaks or Tainos before Christopher Columbus and that they were very generousand could swim long distances? Did you know that George Franklin Grant, a Black man, ...
I was born in 1953 at st. Francis hospital in the South Bronx I lived at 547 caulldwell avenue then eagle ave. Which was around the corner I played directly across the street from my apt at st Mary's park it was great! I played in the sandbox and climbed up on a huge natural rock. Where I cld see all of my friends and their moms sitting on benches. In their beautiful dresses and high heals What a sight! I attended PS 27 then went to forest road to a Greek Orthodox private school for 5 years then to public school for a year. After that I attended CASTLE HILL JUNIOR HIGH 127 as did Jennifer Lopez I understand ! I graduated and went to live in the north Bronx and attended Christopher Columbus high school I graduated with honors and I worked as a secretary at Citibank on. 53rd and Lexington ave got married pregnant resigned in 1977 I miss the boogie down Bronx so much I now live on Long Island I. Still love the Bronx and I always will
Everyday there is something in the news which reveals the Zionists plans, for example the 6.5 M quake in Puerto Rico, a minute after midnight during the evening of 1/12--1/13. This crime scene has the Illuminati's fingerprints all over it. It's all related to their theme of Christopher Columbus, and the anniversary of the Haiti attack of 1/12. Columbus Day 10/12, makes 1/12, when you drop the superfluous zero. 10/12/1492 totals 9/11, and if one follows the European convention, 12/10/1492 makes 12/26, the date of the Boxing Day tsunami attack. The traditional date ascribed to the birth of Columbus, 31/10/1451, makes 3/11/11, the date of the tsunami attack upon Japan. Columbus, on his first voyage, discovered the island Hispaniola, (Haiti/Dominican Republic) and that is where the deliberate HAARP attack against Haiti took place on 1/12/10. This was subliminally referenced in advance, in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace, a film by Colombia pictures, which premiered on 29 October 2008 in London. What ...
Today in History The Associated Press Today is Wednesday, Jan. 22, the 22nd day of 2014. There are 343 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Jan. 22, 1984, the Los Angeles Raiders defeated the Washington Redskins 38-9 to win Super Bowl XVIII (18), played at Tampa Stadium in Florida; the CBS-TV broadcast featured Apple Computer's famous "1984" commercial introducing the Macintosh computer. On this date: In 1498, during his third voyage to the Western Hemisphere, Christopher Columbus arrived at the present-day Caribbean island of St. Vincent. In 1901, Britain's Queen Victoria died at age 81. In 1917, President Woodrow Wilson pleaded for an end to war in Europe, calling for "peace without victory." (By April, however, America also was at war.) In 1922, Pope Benedict XV died; he was succeeded by Pius XI. In 1938, Thornton Wilder's play "Our Town" was performed publicly for the first time in Princeton, N.J. In 1944, during World War II, Allied forces began landing at Anzio, Italy. In 1953, th ...
34. Who was the first navigator to circumnavigate the Earth by the sea route ? (A) Ferdinand Magellan (B) Marco Polo (C) Vasco da Gama (D) Christopher Columbus
There are only two other people in American history that have a national holiday in their honor, George Washington and Christopher Columbus.
Hey, all! Rosie Newberry - KOMU 8 Weather here. Forecast updates are coming from Kenton Gewecke - Live Doppler 8 Weather for the next few hours, but I just wanted to pass along a happy holiday to everyone! I love facts, so here we go: This year marks the 28th Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This holiday was first signed into law by President Ronald Reagan in 1983, but was first observed in 1986. This is 1 of only 3 days in the whole US calendar year devoted to a single person: Presidents Day was originally set to honor George Washington, and Columbus Day, for Christopher Columbus. We don't celebrate this day on King's actual birthday, which was actually January 15th. In 1994, President Bill Clinton signed an act to make this day an official day of service. Toronto, Canada and Hiroshima, Japan both honor the actions of Martin Luther King Jr. on this day. In Japan, the mayor even holds a peace banquet today! Enjoy!
the fact that John Cabot, Christopher Columbus, Ferdinand, and Leonardo Da Vinci are omitted from this list is disturbing.
Martin Luther King and Christopher Columbus are forever cool in my book
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