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Prince Henry Sinclair

Frederick Julius Pohl

Prince Henry Sinclair

his expedition to the New World in 1398

by Frederick Julius Pohl

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Published by Davis-Poynter in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • America
    • Subjects:
    • Sinclair, Henry, Sir, 1345-ca. 1400.,
    • Zeno, Antonio, d. ca. 1405.,
    • America -- Discovery and exploration -- Italian.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Frederick J. Pohl.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE109.I8 P59 1974b
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[9], 230 p., leaf of plate :
      Number of Pages230
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5239538M
      ISBN 100706700929
      LC Control Number75310666

      The Lost Templar Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair – Vol. 1 The following is the foreword I wrote for the first of multiple volumes of the journals of Earl Henry Sinclair and the journals of the next fourteen generations of Sinclair's (5) and Wemyss/Weems (10) : Scott Wolter. Prince Henry Sinclair (The American Bias Against Pre-Columbian Discovery) By James A. Earl (Our thanks to Clan Sinclair in Canada for letting us publish this book) Return to our Online Book Page | Return to our Clan Sinclair Page. This comment system requires you to be logged in through either a Disqus account or an account you already have.

      "Westford Knight" is the name given to a pattern, variously interpreted as a carving or a natural feature, or a combination of both, located on a glacial boulder (also known as the Sinclair Rock) in Westford, Massachusetts in the United States. It is notable for being the subject of popular or pseudohistorical speculation on Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact.   The Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair and his descendants (20 books and a lambskin map) were found by accident in in a dusty dirty basement in Greeneville, TN. They then lay in a trunk in the back of the closet for almost 9 years before the Brand:

      The Estotiland of the tale is, to him, Newfoundland, the Guysborough Harbor of today's Nova Scotia becomes the Trin Harbor which suggests Trinity, which, through some calendric contortions, yields the date of landing (); and ultimately, the Glooscap of Micmac Indian lore is suggested to be phonetically translatable into Prince Henry Sinclair. Earl Henry Sinclair's fictitious trip to America. Brian Smith. This article appears in the New Orkney Antiquarian Journal, vol. 2, It appears here with a few amendments. Endnotes are highlighted in the text thus (1) and clicking on the endnote number will take you to the endnote. Clicking [RETURN] at any endnote will bring you back to the section of text you were reading.


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Prince Henry Sinclair by Frederick Julius Pohl Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pohl’s main source of information and inspiration was Zeno Narrative, a collection of dispatches written by Sinclair’s tireless chronicler Antonio Zeno who accompanied “A Prince of the Islands” on a transatlantic voyage and described in detail their arduous journey/5(3). InVenician sailor Zeno crossed the Atlantic with a "Prince of the Islands, " leaving a description of his exploration.

Pohl pieced together the evidence, identifying the prince as Henry Sinclair. Using patient research and an astonishing piece of calligraphic detective work, he reveals the purpose of this voyage/5.

Prince Henry Sinclair: His expedition to the New World in Hardcover – January 1, /5(6). The Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair and his descendants (20 books and a lambskin map) were found by accident in in a dusty dirty basement in Greeneville, TN. They then lay in a trunk in the back of the closet for almost 9 years before the author realized what she had/5(13).

Prince Henry Sinclair: His expedition to the New World in by Frederick Julius Pohl () [Frederick J. POHL] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Prince Henry Sinclair: His expedition to the New World in by Pohl, Frederick Julius () Hardcover Hardcover – January 1, /5(3).

The Harleian MS.has an account of the family of Sinclair, Earl of Orkney. In the Zeno book, Prince Henry is spoken of as also great in Scotland by title, as well as in the Scandinavian empire. ​The book under consideration, The Lost Templar Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair Book 1 - comes to us from the pen of Diana Jean Muir, who previously produced a self-published two volumes tracing the ancestry of onetime America Unearthed host Scott F.

Wolter back to the Knights Templar and a plethora of dispossessed European royals. The Sinclair Voyage to America by Mistress Isa InHenry Sinclair, Prince of the Orkney Islands, sent a Venetian admiral, Nicolo Zeno, to carry out a survey of Greenland, in preparation for their journey to the New World.

The ‘Jarldom’ of Orkney remained in Sinclair hands until the Northern Isles were handed over to James III of Scotland, as part of the dowry, of Princess Margaret of Denmark in Thereafter, the Sinclair influence shifted south to Caithness where Prince Henry’s grandson, William, had already been made Earl in Rosslyn Chapel.

The Sinclair Saga: Exploring the Facts and the Legend of Prince Henry Sinclair This book discusses the "facts and legends that surround Scotland's Prince Henry Sinclair and his possible voyage to Nova Scotia and New England in " and " the intriguing connections between Prince Henry Sinclair, the mysterious mediaeval order of the Knights Templar and the legend of the Holy Grail".

Prince Henry Sinclair’s grandson, Sir William Sinclair, built Rosslyn Chapel, six miles south of Edinburgh, Scotland in A.D. Rosslyn Chapel is mentioned in the novel The Da Vinci Code.

Rosslyn Chapel contains pagan carvings, religious carvings, and carvings of Knights Templar. The Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair and his descendants (20 books and a lambskin map) were found by accident in in a dusty dirty basement in Greeneville, TN.

They then lay in a trunk in the back of the closet for almost 9 years before the. Family Stories - Jarl Henry St. Clair Occasionally, I run into a member of the family who has not heard the Prince Henry story, so I’ll repeat the basics here.

InJarl Henry St. Clair, his crew and his Italian navigator Antonio Zeno aimed their ships west and reached the shores of North America nearly years before Columbus. Henry I Sinclair, Earl of Orkney, Lord of Roslin (c. – c. ) was a Scottish and a Norwegian nobleman.

Sinclair held the title Earl of Orkney (which refers to Norðreyjar rather than just the islands of Orkney) under the King of Norway. Henry Sinclair, 1st Earl of Orkney also referred to as: "Prince" Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney This page was set up by Robert Sewell in April to show the descent of Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney, who is reputed to have sailed to North America years before the voyages of Christopher Columbus.

Prince Henry Sinclair: His Expedition to the New World inandby Frederick J. Pohl, Clarkson N. Potter New York, ISBN: This book includes many fascinating details, such as the Legend of Glooscap, passed down by the Micmac Indians about a white man who sailed across the sea.

These days, the Glooscap Trail is a big local tourist attraction. Prince Henry Sinclair was the son of Sir William Sinclair. Prince Henry gained the Earldom of Orkney in Henry was entitled to the position. That Which Was Lost - The Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A transcription of the journal. Nearly years before Columbus arrived in the New World, Scottish prince Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney, sailed to what is now Nova Scotia, where his presence was recorded by Micmac Indians.

With evidence from archaeological sites and legends handed down by the Templar order to the Freemasons, author William F.

Mann has rediscovered the site of the settlement established by Sinclair and his. The first book includes the ancestors of Prince Henry, all the way back for 26 generations.

It also includes the text from my book, Sinclair's Exploration of America.'' Genealogy of St. Clair & Sinclair Families ?, Pete Cummings.The Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair BooksVol 2 is now available!

The Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair BooksVol 2 is now available! Go to and buy the book .All of this comes together with Andrew Sinclair, whose book The Sword and the Grail: The Story of the Grail, the Templars and the True Discovery of America put all these various threads into one giant stew and bequeathed the modern myth of Henry I Sinclair as a Templar of the Holy Bloodline who discovered America to hide the Holy Grail.

This “ancient” myth is only a few decades old.