14.05 Christopher Columbus


Although Christopher Columbus is historically credited with the discovery of the New World (i.e., North America), nothing could be further from the truth. In order to perpetuate this myth, Columbus Day is an official government holiday in Argentina, Belize, Costa Rica, Spain, Uruguay, the United States, and Venezuela. A Columbus Fountain is even found in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States. In short, the likeness of Columbus, as well as his alleged discoveries, was an elaborate hoax designed to provide historical cover for the Greco-Roman Empire which discovered North America centuries prior to 1492. This notion is confirmed in the Greenland Saga which states that "Markland” was the name given to North America when it was discovered by Leif Eriksson around 1000 AD. However, since Eriksson also allegedly discovered Greenland, the real “New World”, another historical narrative was created in order to dispel the notion that one can travel to Greenland by ship as well as live there. The pre-Columbus discovery of America is also documented in the history of Ancient Phoenicia, another alias of the Greco-Roman Empire.  Acronymically and/or consonantly speaking, the name "Christopher" equates “Cross to Fear” or “Cross 24”, an apparent reference to the Roman Cross which adorned Roman ships, and/or the number “24” which equates to the letter “N” in the Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet), an acronym for “North”. The number “24” also equates to the letter “X” in the Roman-English alphabet, an acronym for “Death” which is generally represented as sea by the Skull and Crossbones. Lastly, the term “Columbus” (C/K+L+M+B+S), which is representative of Greco-Roman Columns, acronymically equates to “Cull/Kill “M” Babylon System”. The letter “M” is the 13th letter in the Roman-English alphabet which its representative of the 13 Bloodlines of Rome. In all likelihood, the likeness of one Christopher Columbus was completely fabricated, never existing in reality.