The purpose of my Rune Mysteries series is two fold. One to share with my Northern European Kindred the truth that our Viking Ancestors visited the Americas hundreds of years before Columbus was born.
Secondly, that there is a conspiracy of lies headed by the Smithsonian to keep these truths hidden form you. It is not so much an evil conspiracy, as it is a stupid conspiracy. If the truth came out then all of the Archaeological PHD’s would find themselves out of a job. And all of the history books would have to be rewritten. I guess it is easier to lie than rewrite.
Folktales from the past always contain kernels of the truth. The old-timers of Oklahoma, say that once upon a time there were dozens of large Rune stones. Only five have been found so far. Let’s talk about this. You can surf the net and read more on your own. I am only trying to point a finger in the right direction.
THE HEAVENER RUNESTONE
The Heavener Rune stone was found on Poteau Mountain in eastern Oklahoma. It was first thought to be an “Indian Rock.” It was 12 feet high, 10 feet wide and 16 inches thick. Carl f. Kemmerer found the stone while hunting, in 1913. Eight Runic Symbols were etched into the stone. When he reported it , others said, “Oh yes, we saw it, it is an Indian stone.” The head curator of the Department of Archaeology at the Smithsonian Institute said they were indeed Runes. But they were put there by modern day Scandinavians.
But the Runes that were used, came from an era that predates Runes by over 1000 years.
The Poteau Rune stone
In 1967, several school boys discovered a Rune stone. It was a 15 inch stone with several Runic Characters inscribed on it. It was found near the crest of Terry Hill on the outskirts of Poteau, at the foot of Caraval Mountain.
This stone was only 10 miles from the Heavener Rune stone.
The Shawnee Rune stone
This stone was found within the city limits of Shawnee, in central Oklahoma. This 14 inch stone was found by Jim Esstes in 1969. It is reddish in color and weighs 14 pounds. There are five Runes etched on it. It was placed on the Earth either as a land mark or a tombstone. A famous Norse cryptologist, said it was dated 1024 AD. The Smithsonian has nothing to say about these finds. It would rather dig up Egyptian mummies thousands of miles away than dig in their own back yard.
I have just given you a small sketch. There is lots of good information about these three Oklahoma Rune stones on the Net. No sense in clogging up this article with easily attainable facts. Check out the pictures of these Rune stones and see if you can decipher their messages yourself.