Rune Mysteries of Maine Coon Cat

It is truly amazing and sad that the academic world, the Smithsonian and the National Geographic  turn a deaf ear and a blind eye to the overwhelming evidence of Viking artifacts and archaeological finds in America. Why are they digging in Egypt. Dig here!

There is undisputed proof that Leif Erickson first stepped in America in 1000AD. The flood of Vikings that followed explored the width and breadth of this land. They left rune mysteries and artifacts wherever they went.

Lets explore some of these rune mysteries. On May 27, 1971 Three Pal, Stones were found by Walter L Elliott of Grand Lake Stream, Maine.

One of the stones was inscribed with runes. It is called the “inscription Stone.”

Academia believes the rune stones to be authentic records although there is still some arguments about the date. From 1011 to 1402. But, they are all in agreement that they were Viking Stones placed in America long before Columbus arrived in 1492.

You can see a photo and the runic inscription on this stone on page 71-72 of W. R. Anderson’s, privately printed book, “Norse America Tenth Century Onwards.”

There is also a great deal of investigation going on by Professor Bennett Blumenberg of Wesley College in Cambridge, MA and S. Adalisteinsson in Reykjavik, Iceland over the possible Norse origin of the Main Coon Cat.

Cats appear in fold tales and mythology in Northwestern Europe from the 7Th century on. The authors of this research have suggest ted a close relationship between domestic cat populations of the North East and European Viking Cats.

The Maine Coon Cat is a great mouser with a kindly disposition and great intelligence. If it was indeed a Viking import it became Ferrel to survive.

The Norwegian Forest Cat, found in the forests of Norway, near the Arctic Circle is a cousin of the Main Coon Cat.

How about the “Norse Penny” found near Blue Hill, Maine, in 1974 by Archaeologists Guy Mellgren. Experts agree it is to be a Norse coin minted between 1065 and 1080, made during the reign of Olaf Kyre. He was the son of King Harold Hardgrade, killed in the Battle of Stamford Bridge in England, in 1066. More rune mysteries to come.

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Ellis Peterson AKA Ragnar Storyteller is a retired math professor and electronics engineer. He has been studying astrology, runes, radionics, metaphysics and alternate healing treatments for over 30 years. He is 70+, in very good health and lives in the boonies of the Pocono mountains with his wife Lory. His writings are unique and refreshing.

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One Response to “Rune Mysteries of Maine Coon Cat”

  1. fairlee Says:

    See my new post on http://fairlee.wordpress.com/

    Along the same lines. I think the Maine Coon cat was also a descendent of the Norwegian Forest Cat. Please leave a comment. Thanks,

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