When Presidents Speak Prophecy

This deserves special consideration. Worth reading carefully and thoughtfully.

The Barking Fox

Mount McKinley, now named Denali, is the tallest peak in North America and is located in Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska. (Photo: Becky Bohrer, AP)Mount McKinley, now named Denali, is the tallest peak in North America and is located in Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska. (Photo: Becky Bohrer, AP)

What does it matter to the world if the President of the United States decrees a change to the name of North America’s highest mountain peak?  Perhaps it is merely a tempest in a teapot, ultimately signifying nothing of importance.  Or perhaps it is far more significant than we may imagine.

For 98 years Americans have referred to the highest mountain on the continent as Mount McKinley.  It is not the original name of the mountain.  Since time immemorial the Athabaskan people of Alaska have named it Denali, which means Great One in their language.  In 1896, a gold prospector in Alaska attached the name McKinley to the mountain, thus declaring support for William McKinley of Ohio, the man who would be…

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2 thoughts on “When Presidents Speak Prophecy”

  1. very interesting and informative..I did read it and does make you think..as for being true well we will see..I did copy and paste it to my facebook page as I thought it was worth sharing..just makin a not to you..thanks.. Date: Tue, 1 Sep 2015 23:21:20 +0000 To: mllhr@hotmail.com

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  2. Thanks, Mike. Too bad i didn’t take an interest in history when i was younger – always thought it boring – thankfully, all my children take after Allen and really into history and how it has impacted us today. Also, learning that ‘there is nothing new under the sun.’

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