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Monday, July 27, 2009

Feb. 15, 2001 - March 14, 2001 Articles plus some other good stuff.

Mr. Frederick Wiseman himself stated in this first article "that the purpose of his opening up the "museum" and "Cultural Center" was for the benefit of Official Recognition, either from the State of Vermont and or from the Federal United States Government. Quote, "through that Recognition, the Abenaki will be able to gain access to the $$$$MONEY$$$$. They will say they need the money to get out of being unemployed, to combat low education levels, and to fend off poverty. Perhaps, but then again, I doubt it. At 37 years old Fred Wiseman at the age of 51 years old, admits that he became aware of his Abenaki heritage at the age of 37 years old. That is interesting......so what was happening before the age of 37 years? Was he simply not able to know that he was allegedly "Abenaki", or was it simply that he didn't realize he wasn't wearing pants one day, and decided to put some on, and then say he was always a pants wearing kind of guy? I do have to wonder. Where were his Elders to inform him he was "allegedly Abenaki" before the age of 37? Were they unable to inform Mr. Wiseman before the age of 37, and if so, why? I find this all so very interesting indeed, that at the age of 37 years, one suddenly becomes aware of their Abenaki "heritage" and seemingly before that, there was no awareness of "heritage"?
On February 15, 2001 in the Courier there in Littleton, N.H. Nancy Millette (now Nancy Doucet), at that time a promoter for Howard Lyons, put another article in the newspaper.
On March 14, 2001 on Page 07 of the Coos County Democrat newspaper, Frederick M. Wiseman's book was being evaluated by Edith Tucker, who was periodicly writing about the Jefferson, N.H. Archaeological "digs". It is most interesting that Fred Wiseman stated, "that the nomadic hunters who visited Jefferson shortly after the glaciers melted over 10,000 years ago, were genetically the ancestors of the Abenaki." REALLY?! Hmmmm I have seen no reports of human remains having been found in the Jefferson, N.H. Archaeological site area's, in which to test a male comparatively to that of that nomadic hunter's direct male descendant, who may or may not claim to be an Abenaki of today. So how does the math add up to Mr. Wiseman's statement in this article?! Maybe we can bring the nomadic hunter back to life, ask him for a cheek swab, and then cheek swab Mr. Wiseman, since he claims to be "Abenaki", and then since he claims these nomadic hunters/people's were genetically ancestral to the Abenaki, the Y-DNA ought to match right up with few mutations in between. Anyone want to wager dollars to donuts, the math nor the Y-DNA numbers don't match up?! I do have to laugh. But go ahead, check out the book from your local library and compare FACT from FICTION. Do the math and see for yourself what is real and what isn't real.

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