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Kensington Rune Stone Decoded: Vikings, Templars & Goths in America in 1362?

A JOURNAL OF NATIONALIST THOUGHT & HISTORY

Kensington Rune Stone Decoded: Vikings, Templars & Goths in America in 1362?

By Frank Joseph

When a simple immigrant farmer discovered what seemed to be an ancient stone with “Viking-style” runes inscribed on it in Minnesota, people said he was crazy or lying. But more than 100 years later, additional discoveries have proved the stele was indeed the real McCoy, although left there by Knights Templar of the Middle Ages rather than Thor-worshipping Norsemen.


Very few books are truly capable of rewriting history, but The Hooked X: Key to the Secret History of North America, by Scott F. Wolter, is certainly one of them. Although the author of this new Revisionist book, who is well known to longtime readers of TBR, is a professional geologist and not a historian, the discoveries made by Wolter in recent years and described in Hooked X are powerful enough to compel a fundamental rethinking of our view of the American past. The centerpiece of his revelations is that controversial, even contentious artifact known as the Kensington Rune Stone. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 12 April, 2011.



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