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  1. Re: Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c.1150 AD.

    (1) "Sometime in 967 AD, a Viking chieftain named Ullman, leading an expedition of Schleswig Danes and many North Germans, sailed from the Danelaw or Ireland. This fact is known from their usage of...
  2. Re: Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c.1150 AD.

    From the 9th century AD the Arabs imported from Malabar and the East extracts of baqqam (brazilwood Caesalpinia Sapan and Pterocarpus Santalinas) for dyeing. These extracts arrived in Europe in the...
  3. Re: Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c.1150 AD.

    Yes, that is the one. Thanks for the above. Very impressive photo.

    De Mahieu says that it was the practice of the Vikings to cremate their dead before the arrival of the Christians "but at least...
  4. Re: Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c.1150 AD.

    Muchas gracias and I learned a lot from doing the work.

    The Paraguayan angle: until now it was always a mystery to me why the Vikings would have been there. The inscription of 17 runic characters...
  5. Re: Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c.1150 AD.

    De Mahieu calculates the Viking population from the arrival (from the Danelaw) of Ullman in the Gulf of Mexico in 987 AD (see my Page 1). That would be the starting point for the calculation of...
  6. Re: Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c.1150 AD.

    Page 4, FinalPage

    When the Nordics undertook the exploitation of the mines near Parnaiba, at a distance of 130 kilometres as the bird flies they discovered an area of great rocks which had been...
  7. Re: Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c.1150 AD.

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    After a while a difficult situation developed. Either the Templars abused the hospitality of the Incas in their metropolitan territory, or disturbances had occurred there or along the...
  8. Re: Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c.1150 AD.

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    A few kilometres south of Dieppe at Saint-Valery-en-Caux, the Temple had a port of special importance used for a large part of their communications with Britain. Around the year 1150 AD,...
  9. Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c.1150 AD.

    Professor de Mahieu: The Viking/Templar Presence in South America from c 1150 AD.

    These abbreviated passages are taken from El Imperio Vikingo de Tihuanacu (America before Columbus), Ediciones de...
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