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-In a letter from John Adams to then President Thomas Jefferson about the Jesuits, we read:

“Shall we not have regular swarms of them here, in as many disguises as only a king of the gypsies can assume, dressed as painters, publishers, writers, and schoolmasters? If ever there was a body of men who merited eternal damnation on earth and in hell it is this Society of Loyola’s. – George Reimer, The New Jesuits, Little, Brown, and Col. 1971, p. 14
-Many Jesuits were involved in re-writing history.
“For 300 years past the Church of Rome has striven by an unceasing torrent of false histories, pamphlets, and lectures to conceal from the nation [i.e., Great Britain] and the world the true face of her terrible history before and during the Reformation.”
Albert Close (Jesuit Plots from Elizabethan to Modern Times; Page 7)
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-The 1700 Cascadia earthquake occurred along the Cascadia subduction zone on January 26 with an estimated moment magnitude of 8.7–9.2. The megathrust earthquake involved the Juan de Fuca Plate from mid-Vancouver Island, south along the Pacific Northwest coast as far as northern California. The length of the fault rupture was about 1,000 kilometers (620 miles), with an average slip of 20 meters (66 ft).
-The earthquake caused a tsunami which struck the coast of Japan[3] and may also be linked to the Bonneville Slide and the Tseax Cone eruption in British Columbia.
-The earthquake took place at about 21:00 Pacific Time on January 26, 1700 (NS). Although there are no written records for the region from the time, the timing of the earthquake has been inferred from Japanese records of a tsunami that does not correlate with any other Pacific Rim quake.
-Local Native American and First Nations groups residing in Cascadia used oral tradition to transmit knowledge from one generation to the next, so there is no written documentation like with Japanese tsunami. However, numerous oral traditions describing a great earthquake and tsunami-like flooding exist among indigenous coastal peoples from British Columbia to Northern California.[6][10] These do not specify an exact date, and not all earthquake stories in the region can be definitively isolated as referring to the 1700 quake in particular; however, virtually all of the native peoples in the region have at least one traditional story of an event much stronger and more destructive than any other that their community had ever experienced.
tore up the land and changed the rivers..
-(1657–1777 (28). “… there was a big flood shortly before the white man’s time, … a huge tidal wave that struck the Oregon Coast not too far back in time … the ocean rose up and huge waves swept and surged across the land. Trees were uprooted and villages were swept away. Indians said they tied their canoes to the top of the trees, and some canoes were torn loose and swept away … After the tidal wave, the Indians told of tree tops filled with limbs and trash and of finding strange canues in the woods. The Indians said the big flood and tidal wave tore up the land and changed the rivers. Nobody knows how many Indians died. — Beverly Ward, recounting stories told to her around 1930 by Susan Ned, born in 1842. )
Failing to recognize Monterey..
-On July 16, 1769, accompanied by fellow Franciscans Juan Vizcaino,, Fernando Parron, and Francisco Gomez, Father Serra blessed the site as Mission San Diego de Alcala, the first mission in Alta (Upper) or New California. They built a brush chapel and within a short time began construction of a small adobe church. Their early days were spent primarily in caring for the sick and dying crewmen of the San Carlos and San Antonio.
Just two days prior to the founding of the mission, on July 14, Portola left San Diego with an expedition of sixty-three men in search of Monterey. The port had been described by Vizcaino in 1602 as well protected and appropriate for California’s capital. Failing to recognize Monterey, the party continued northward and discovered the expansive bay of San Francisco on November 1, 1769. Portola and his weary soldiers returned to San Diego at the end of January, 1770, without having achieved their original goal.
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-The Neskowin Ghost Forest is the remnants of a Sitka spruce forest on the Oregon Coast of the United States. The stumps were likely created when an earthquake of the Cascadia subduction zone abruptly lowered the trees, that were then covered by mud from landslides or debris from a tsunami.
It is one of over thirty ghost forests along the Oregon and Washington Coast, though many appear as flat roots and not stumps.[5] Most notably, Washington’s ghost forest of red cedars was integral to the discovery of the Cascadia fault line.[6] These ghost forests are evidence of significant, rapid changes in coastline – often due to seismic events such as the 1700 Cascadia earthquake.
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The Cascadia subduction zone (also referred to as the Cascadia fault, or Cascadia) is a convergent plate boundary that stretches from northern Vancouver Island in Canada to Northern California in the United States. It is a very long, sloping subduction zone where the Explorer, Juan de Fuca, and Gorda plates move to the east and slide below the much larger mostly continental North American Plate. The zone varies in width and lies offshore beginning near Cape Mendocino Northern California, passing through Oregon and Washington, and terminating at about Vancouver Island in British Columbia.
The Explorer, Juan de Fuca, and Gorda plates are some of the remnants of the vast ancient Farallon Plate which is now mostly subducted under the North American Plate. The North American Plate itself is moving slowly in a generally southwest direction, sliding over the smaller plates as well as the huge oceanic Pacific Plate (which is moving in a northwest direction) in other locations such as the San Andreas Fault in central and southern California.

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Megathrust earthquakes occur at subduction zones at destructive convergent plate boundaries, where one tectonic plate is forced underneath another. These interplate earthquakes are the planet’s most powerful, with moment magnitudes (Mw) that can exceed 9.0.
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The Juan de Fuca Plate is a tectonic plate generated from the Juan de Fuca Ridge and is subducting under the northerly portion of the western side of the North American Plate at the Cascadia subduction zone. It is named after the explorer of the same name. One of the smallest of Earth’s tectonic plates, the Juan de Fuca Plate is a remnant part of the once-vast Farallon Plate, which is now largely subducted underneath the North American Plate.
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-Their stories are told up and down the coast. They have changed the shape of the land. They have created and destroyed. And their most epic battles have shaken the earth, and then caused the ocean to roll over it. People are left floating in the sea in their canoes without a way to get home. Whole villages along the coast are razed. And the ones that survive are those nearer high ground, although some of the stories also tell of how the shaking caused whole mountainsides to come down, sometimes burying villages beneath them. From Vancouver Island to Northern California, variations in the story were told. And many of them have enough details to be dated. When we do, we discover that they refer to one winter’s night in the early 1700s. But they’re just stories. Myths. Right?

-Maybe if the Europeans who settled here hadn’t decimated native populations, causing up to 95% of their oral history to be lost, more stories of Thunderbird and Whale would have survived. Maybe those stories would have caught everyone’s attention sooner. After all, folks who had been living along this coast for thousands of years knew that every once in a while, the earth shook tremendously, and the sea flooded in, and people died. They encoded that knowledge in stories, and passed it along.
By the 1980s, geologists were beginning to suspect that Cascadia liked to get up to shenanigans, just like other subduction zones. After all, they’d seen that megathrust earthquakes, the kind that happen when one plate overrides another, tend to happen when relatively young, hot oceanic crust is diving beneath a continent. They were more common where subduction was fast (for geological values of “fast”), and Cascadia was slow. But its oceanic crust, created by the Juan de Fuca and Gorda ridges not far from shore, was extremely young and very, very hot.

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-Father Eusebio Francisco Kino (1645-1711), an Italian-born Jesuit priest and former royal cosmographer in the service of Spain, explored Pimería Alta in present-day southern Arizona and northern Mexico in the 1680s and 1690s. Because Kino was a skilled cartographer, his maps and writings added greatly to the knowledge of the Southwest. For example, on an earlier mission to Baja California in 1683-85, he determined that California was not an island.
Father Kino founded numerous missions and won many converts among the natives, whose customs he respected. He founded the mission of San Xavier del Bac in 1700 on the Santa Cruz River, near present-day Tucson, part of a chain of missions extending from Sonora and Baja California into Arizona. Kino introduced horses, cattle, and new crops such as wheat to the native peoples of the Pima region.
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Jesuitt hyllest, 66 osv :
-Padre Kino died in Magdalena, Sonora on March 15, 1711 after saying
the Mass for dedication for a new chapel for St. Francisco Xavier, his
patron saint. His death bed consisted of his usual bed on the ground.
His bed was made from his horse blankets with his saddle as a pillow.
Padre Kino died at the age of 66.
Through his great faith and intellect, his gentle charisma and
stamina, Padre Kino forever transformed the lives and hearts of all
people living in the Pimeria Alta and the Californias. The native
peoples of the region still revere and love their Padre on Horseback.
In 1965 Padre Kino was honored by the citizens of Arizona as the
State’s founder and its preeminent pioneer by the dedication of his
statue in the Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol Building. The ceremony
was attended by dignitaries from all over the world. This event was the
catalyst to the Federal Government of Mexico to successfully complete
in May 1966 Padre Kino’s mortal remains. This ended a 40-year search
for his grave. In May 2006 the Archdiocese of Hermosillo submitted the
official documents to the Vatican to start the process of Canonization
for Padre Kino’s formal recognition as a saint by the Catholic Church.
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-California As An Island: Map or Myth?
Some time in the past, before the ice age, most of western North America (and probably the whole world) was accurately mapped by a technologically advanced people. Who these people were and what technology they used is lost to us, but their maps remain as evidence that they did indeed accomplish the task. These ancient source maps were used by mapmakers in the 1600 to 1700s to fill in the vast unknown areas on the western side of North America. The recent mapmakers had no idea what was there, nor did anyone else, but they had source maps that showed the area as an island and they used them to fill in the gaps.

When were these source map made? They had to be made before the end of the ice age, because at the end of the ice age, the great ice dam holding back water in a huge lake finally gave way and the Grand Canyon was carved in just a few weeks. The Grand Canyon does not appear on any maps of California as an island that I have found, and is certainly not on the map used for this study, the Vingboons map of 1651. In fact, on the Vingboons map, two rivers cross the location of the Grand Canyon. This creates a problem, because the ice age supposedly reached a maximum 18,000 years ago (see Wikipedia article ), putting the date for modern man well before that. This pushes the date back into the realm of the Neanderthals, or even into the Paleolithic period, when we were supposed to be only capable of using stone tools.

An even greater problem is that the map also had to predate the uplift of the Nevada-Utah-Wyoming area that followed the end of the latest continental drift event in North America. (see Wikipedia, Farallon plate) According to continental drift theory, when the continents spread apart, the North America continental plate was pushed over the Pacific oceanic plate, which was forced down into the mantle of the earth. The lighter minerals floated up against the bottom of North America, under the Nevada-Utah-Wyoming area. This area was lifted up from sea level (at least in Nevada, where the map shows where the sea encroached) to over 7,000 feet elevation in central Nevada, and similarly across all three states. The routes of rivers changed. The Rio Grande, shown on the Vingboons map as the Rio de Norte, which used to flow into the Gulf of California, was forced to flow to the Gulf of Mexico. The map places a geologically recent date on continental uplift, the uplift having happened after the map was made, putting it within the historical presence of humans on earth. Geologists date the North American continental drift event to the Jurassic period, 200,000,000 to 150,000,000 years ago. How will Science deal with the loss of 150,000,000 years? Since it requires abandoning a well entrenched worldview, it is most likely that the vast majority of academia will simply ignore this study and its implications.

-The Lost Viking Ship
Quite possibly buried in the 1933 earthquake, a lost Viking Ship apparently resides in the Anza Borrego Desert State Park in San Diego County. In 1933, near Agua Caliente Springs, Louis and Myrtle Botts from the small town of Julian under directions from a strange prospector they had met the night before, stumbled upon the forward half of an old viking ship sticking part way out of the mountains in Tierra Blanco Canyon. Sadly shortly after they discovered it and before they could take any photographic evidence, a huge earthquake occurred and covered up the finding.
Strangely enough, Native American legends actually support the theory that a Viking ship made it all the way around Canada, through the Arctic Circle and down the west coast.

What on earth had happened? How had such a large piece of America been wrenched free? The Spanish clergyman Antonio de la Acensión played a crucial role. Two decades after sailing along the West Coast in 1602–3, Acensión began arguing in letters and books that California was an (enormous) island. It seems he wanted to extend the Gulf of California a great deal further north and so invalidate Sir Francis Drake’s claim of “Nova Albion” for England (as Acensión’s version would have had Drake landing on the island of California, rather than the mainland). Acensión’s island view was believed by many in Europe.

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Gjenkjennelig? byggverk i stein brenner lett..(?):
-After looting the Cacafuego, Drake turned north, hoping to meet another Spanish treasure ship coming south on its return from Manila to Acapulco. Although he failed to find a treasure ship, Drake reputedly sailed as far north as the 38th parallel, landing on the coast of California on 17 June 1579. He found a good port, landed, repaired and restocked his vessels, then stayed for a time, keeping friendly relations with the Coast Miwok natives. He claimed the land in the name of the Holy Trinity for the English Crown, called Nova Albion—Latin for “New Britain”. Assertions that he left some of his men behind as an embryo “colony” are founded on the reduced number who were with him in the Moluccas.[39]
The precise location of the port was carefully guarded to keep it secret from the Spaniards, and several of Drake’s maps may have been altered to this end. All first-hand records from the voyage, including logs, paintings and charts, were lost when Whitehall Palace burned in 1698.
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166 år da lite kartlegging skjedde:
-Dispatches of January 23, 1768, exchanged between King Carlos and the viceroy, set the wheels in motion to extend Spain’s control up the Pacific Coast and establish colonies and missions at San Diego Bay and Monterey Bay, which had been discovered and described in reports by earlier explorers Juan Cabrillo and Sebastián Vizcaíno. Vizcaíno had mapped the California coastline as far north as Monterey in 1602, but not much more was done until 166 years later. In May 1768, the Spanish Visitor General, José de Gálvez, began to organize an expedition, by sea and by land. Portolá was created “Governor of the Californias” and given overall command. Junípero Serra, leader of the expedition’s Franciscan missionaries, took command of spiritual matters. Sea and land detachments were to meet at San Diego Bay.
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Having before made mention of California, as it is by some taken for that large portion of Northern America which lies most Southward, and also utmost West of all that is known of the New World, and having treated of those several Provinces which are generally reckon’d to be comprehended in it, (excepting California strictly taken, as it is generally granted to be an Island).
we shall close up our Discourse of these Islands that lie Northward of the Equinoctial Line with the aforesaid California, specially so call’d, which was by many thought and described to be but, a peninsula, or half Island, by scafon that the Bay which divides it from Quivira and New GaUicia, towards the North runneth much narrower than it doth Southerly, which made them think, that somewhere or other at the North it was joynd to the Main Land of America ; But later Discoveries, as hath been said, have found it to be a perfect Island, and altogether separate from the Continent: for about the Year 1620. some Adventurers beating upon those Coasts Northward, accidentally, and before they were aware, fell upon a Straight, the Waters whereof ran with such a Torrent and violent Course, that they brought them into Mar Vermiglio, whether they would or no, and before they knew it, and by that means discoverd that California was an Island, and that the Waters which were observed to fall so violently into that Sea towards the North, were not the Waters of any River emptying itself into the Bay from the Main Land, as was formerly thought, but the Waters of the North-West Sea itself, violently breaking into the Bay, and dividing it wholly from the Continent : It lieth North and South, extending itself in a vast length, full twenty Degrees of Latitude, from twenty two to forty two ; but the breadth nothing answerable : The moft Northern Point o f it is call’d Cape {Blanche- that to the South,Cape St. Lucas , memorable for’ that rich and gallant Prize which Captain CaVendiJb, in the Year 1587, being then in his Voyage about the World, took from the Spaniards near to this Place, As for the Island itself, it is at present little, if at all inhabited by the Spaniards, whether it be that they want Men to furnish new Plantations, or that they find no matter of invitation and encouragement from the country, or perhaps that the access thither be not so easie : for ’tis reported to be wonderfully well peopled by the Natives, and that there were found oncly upon the Coasts and along the Shore of Mar Fermiglio twenty or twenty three Nations, all of different Languages
though from the particular Narrations that have been made of the Voyages of several eminent Persons into these Parts, it appears that the Spaniards have taken great pains in thediscovery thereof, and also from the several Spanijb Names of Places, that they have had Plantations here for merly, however neglected at present.
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