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October 20, 2019, 6:55 am UTC    
January 18, 2019 06:36PM
Not sure if Denmark was named as a country at that time. Remember that eastern England was previously called the Danelaw.
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Have no idea where the name Onteora comes from.

Apparently the Welsh had many ‘Goddesses’

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Altomara was apparently a Native American. How she ended up in the court of King of the North is a mystery. Don Ruh speculates that she may have been kidnapped. “Her father (Altomra) gave the Templars a boat and must have come from a wealthy family. She spoke Algonquin and could speak with her hands”.

In the cave on Hunter Mountain where her ashes and grave goods were presumably buried Donald Ruh and Bill Jackson found an urn with ashes and several semi precious stones. They also found a small brass box which “Inside was much to our surprise a silver necklace about 3 feet long made of .850 pure silver with a nickel lead base and woven into strands to form a box stitch style common only to the acient Mayn weavers whose ancestors still make this type of woven silver necklaces today. It dates about 2000 years old and although tarnished is in excellent condition.

“The urn itself tests out to be near 3000 years old but the entrappings test out to be nearer 300 indicating that someone had found the tomb previously and replaced the urn in different surroundings.”

They also found a clay tube sealed with wax that contained 2 pieces of paper with Masonic drawings.


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