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12.09 Greenland of Denmark


The Island of Greenland is officially owned by Denmark, a country in Northern Europe which is located just below Sweden and Norway, and just above Germany. The name “Denmark” (D+N+M+R+K) acronymically and/or consonantly equates to “Den Mark” for it marks the third and final den (home) of the Greco-Roman Empire after the Island of Crete and the Island of Sicily. The term “God” (i.e., “G.O.D.”) is an acronym for “Greenland of Denmark”. Therefore, in the Holy Bible, the allegorical and metaphorical history book of the Greco-Roman Empire, the term “God” is a direct reference to Greenland of Denmark. Consequently, the flag of the Holy Roman Empire (1200-1350 AD) is almost identical to the current flag of Denmark. Interestingly, the Royal Standard of the Kingdom of Greece (1936-1967) depicts a polar bear just like the coat of arms of Greenland. The royal coat of arms of Denmark also depicts a polar bear along with what appears to be two men of Greco-Roman decent. Needless to say, the weather in Denmark is not conducive for leaved loin cloth attire. Therefore, it can be deduced that the half-naked Greek men and the polar bear (i.e., the Beast of Greenland) are indicative of Greenland which has an endless summer due to its unique location atop the Earth. Lastly, the capital of Denmark is Copenhagen (C/K+F/P+H+G+N), a name which acronymically and/or consonantly equates to “Cap Forever Gen”. Since Greenland is considered the capstone of the Earth, the term Copenhagen equates to “Capstone Forever Begin”, an apparent reference to the official establishment of Greenland via the country of Denmark.