Lucus (was: Re: Judajca)
|From:||Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>|
|Date:||Friday, August 23, 2002, 20:42|
On Fri, 23 Aug 2002 10:34:05 +0200 BP Jonsson <bpj@...> writes:
> You do, and in fact all of the Americas are _Almareviae_ in Lucan
> ("west" is IIANM _maarev_ in Hebrew, so the Jewish term would be
Almost, it's _ma`arav_, with an A not an E.
> > with a Jewish zone in roughly the area of *here*'s
> >New York, caught in the middle (sort of like the Khazars).
> Correct, except that the Jewish zone is rather larger -- all of what
> is the
> US Southeast *here* and then some more. (BTW wouldn't it be nice if
> New Jericho were located on Manhattan *there*? :-)-
"New Jericho"? No... not Manhattan; if there's a New Jericho it has to
be about 48 km eastwards from the western end of Long Island, about 10 km
south of a bay on the North Shore. That's where the town of Jericho, New
York is *here* :-) .
> And there are Khazars in North Almarevia. In the 18th century they
> all thru Siberia, Alaska and what is *here* western Canada, to end
> up in
> what is *here* the Midwest. Converting many western native tribes
> to Judaism in the process.
> BTW imagine the Hebrew-influenced version of the Cherokee
> /BP 8^)>-
Wow... is that all the Khazars? They just upped and left Khazaria in
order to come to the 'New World'? Somehow that reminds me of Fingolfin
and his host crossing the Grinding Ice, in Tolkien's _The
Do you happen to have a website about Lucus? With maps?