Friday, December 4, 2015
Manuel Rosa and Josh Gates filming in in Haiti for Expedition Unknown,
Sinking Columbus's Santa Maria Fraud as exposed in the book
COLUMBUS: The Untold Story
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
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Sept. 30, 2015 - Historian Manuel Rosa will discuss the true origin and heritage of Christopher Columbus at noon on Thursday, Oct. 8, in the Carl Hansen Student Center, Room 225, 275 Mount Carmel Ave.
Rosa's lecture, sponsored by the Central European Institute at Quinnipiac, will present new evidence that shows Columbus was not Italian, but Polish royalty. In 1991, Rosa began a scientific investigation of the life of Columbus taking him to countries, including Portugal, Spain, Poland and the Dominican Republic. He was the only Portuguese historian involved with DNA studies of Columbus' bones at the University of Granada in Spain.
"We are very excited to host Mr. Rosa at Quinnipiac," said Christopher Ball, director of the Central European Institute. "His lecture on the true origins of Christopher Columbus looks fascinating indeed and typifies the kind of critical thinking and constant questioning we encourage here."
Rosa's first book, "The Columbus Mystery Revealed," was published in 2006. His latest book, "KOLUMB. Historia nieznana" (COLUMBUS. The Untold Story), was published in 2012 and was a bestseller in Poland.
Alexander Storozynski, distinguished scholar and Polish chair of the Central European Institute, said, "Thanks to much historical digging, Manuel Rosa offers a fascinating look at the roots of Columbus. His work has gained international attention. While the book has been published in several countries, it deserves to be picked up by a major American publishing house a well."
Rosa is the recipient of the 1976 Boston Globe's Art Merit Award and the Lockheed Martin Lightning Award. He currently works at Duke University.
The lecture is free and open to the public. For more information, call 203-582-8652.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Christopher Columbus was
Christopher Columbus’ origins have long been shrouded in mystery – was he Italian? Spanish? Greek? None of the above:
In fact, his father was a Polish king, argues Columbus expert Manuel Rosa.
Rosa holds that the adventurer’s father was King Vladislav III, who was not killed at the 1444 Battle of Varna, as thought.
Instead, old Portuguese documents support Rosa’s theory that King Vladislav went into secret exile, married a Portuguese noblewoman, and had a son who, argues Rosa, went on to become known as Columbus.
Columbus lied about his own identity to protect his father’s real identity.
Lecture Free to the Public
DON’t MISS It!
After 24 years of research and with five academic books published, Manuel Rosa sets out the case that conventional
understanding of Columbus’ history is not only misleading but utilizes false documents in support of an invented
Fairy Tale about a genoese wool-weaver.
THE POLISH AMERICAN BUSINESS CLUB,
THE POLISH INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
cordially invite to a book signing and a lecture by Manuel Rosa titled:
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS WAS
POLISH, NOT ITALIAN!
WHEN: OCTOBER 9, 2015 @ 6:30pm
WHERE: NOWY DZIENNIK (Polish Daily News)
70 Outwater Lane, STE 401, Garfield, NJ 07026
: Just in time for 2015 Columbus Day in America...
Mr. Rosa’s 24-year investigation unearthed unknown facts regarding historical documents discovered in various countries, the information that the supposedly Italian Columbus did not even use Italian in his letters, not even to his brothers. Add to this the sheer impossibility of a peasant Columbus being able to marry into the socially-superior nobility in Portugal plus have direct access to several monarchs in order to carry out his quest and it becomes apparent how the history we learned was not accurate. In short, academics now are forced to acknowledge that the Discoverer of America was no simple wool-weaver’s son from Genoa.
According to Mr. Rosa’s research, Columbus was in fact the son of a Portuguese noblewoman, and the mysterious Henrique
Alemao, a false Portuguese name utilized by none other than Wladyslaw III, former King of Poland who lived incognito on the Portuguese Island of Madeira.
“Another nutty that Christopher Columbus is guilty of a huge fraud carried out over two decades.” - James T. McDonough, Jr., Ph.D. Professor for 31 years at St. Joseph’s University.
“Mr. Rosa’s tenacity as an investigative historian results in an undeniable case for Columbus being a highly skilled, international spy whose real identity and mission is, only now, coming to light," said Thom McNamara, production executive, who is adapting the script for Chelsea Multi-Media. "We believe this will be a blockbuster, thriller film that will reveal the surprisingly sophisticated world of fifteenth century, geopolitical espionage."
ABOUT MANUEL ROSA:
Manuel Rosa is a Portuguese-American historian and author who emigrated from the Azores to the Boston area in 1973 with his parents. In his early professional life he was employed as a graphic artist working on books and national magazines including Atlantic Monthly and Boston Magazine and currently works at Duke University. He is also a recipient of the 1976 Boston Globe’s Art Merit Award and the Lockheed Martin Lightning Award.
For the last 24 years, Mr. Rosa has investigated and searched out the facts concerning the Christopher Columbus’s discovery of America utilizing a non-biased scientific approach that has taken him to Portugal, Spain, Dominican Republic, Poland and many places in-between in a relentless pursuit of the truth. e new information he garnered about Christopher Columbus resulted in the publishing of his first book in 2006, O Mistério Colombo Revelado in Portugal, followed by Colón. La Historia nunca contada published in Spain.
In May 2012, Kolumb. Historia Nieznana became a bestseller in Poland and in February 2014 “Kolumbas. Atskleistoji istorija” was published in Lithuania.
LECTURE SPONSORED BY:
New Evidence that
to be presented this October!
The Central European Institute invites
you to a fascinating lecture on the true
origin and heritage of Christopher
Columbus by Manuel Rosa:
"New evidence shows Columbus was not Italian but Polish royalty"
Come learn something the textbooks never mentioned!
Two Lectures this October 8th in Connecticut
12:00 p.m. at
275 Mount Carmel Avenue, Hamden, CT 06518
Carl Hansen Student Center: Room 225
6:00 p.m. at
Polish National Home:
60 Charter Oak Avenue,
Pulaski Plaza, Hartford, CT 06106
Lectures Free to the Public.
Friday, August 21, 2015
A will without a way. A critical review of how the Christopher Columbus Mayorazgo of 1498 continues to perpetrate a fraud against historians and history. (RI §416163)
The Last Will and Testament of Christopher Columbus dated 1498, known as the Mayorazgo (Majorat), materialized in Spain decades after the discoverer died. The document was presented during the Columbus inheritance lawsuit by an Italian imposter named Balthazar Colombo who was not a family relation. The document includes the statement “being I born in Genoa,” which has been utilized as the crucial proof that the Discoverer of America was born in Genoa, Italy. However, neither the contents of the Mayorazgo nor the circumstances of its creation pass scientific scrutiny. It turns out to be a fraudulent document invented by Balthazar Colombo in his shameless effort to steal from the discoverer’s legitimate heirs the immense inheritance of the Dukedom of Veragua, Admiral of the Indies and Marquis of Jamaica.
I. Colón vs. Colombo: planting the seeds of deceit. II. The Problematic Mayorazgo of 1498. III. Wronged Historians.
Keywords: Christopher Columbus Last Will; Majorat of 1498; Balthazar Colombo as impostor; Columbus Inheritance Lawsuit; Succession to the House of Veragua; Fraud and Forgery in Medieval Tribunals; Credibility of the Raccolta Colombiana; Legal Battles of the Admiral of Indies; Misgivings of Genoese Columbus; Colón vs. Colombo vs. Columbus.;
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Manuel Rosa awarded
for the book
Columbus: The Untold Story
Albert Sługocki, Adriana Sabino, lady Blanka Rosenstiel, Monika Jabłońska, Manuel Rosa. (Foto: ANIA NAVAS)
I am grateful and honored to have received the "Special Recognition" award from Lady Blanka Rosenstiel at been the 43rd International Polonaise Ball, organized by the American Institute of Polish Culture under the auspices of the Ambassador of Poland. http://www.ampolinstitute.org/polonaise.html
This annual event is held in Miami, Florida each year and honors Poland, her culture, and her people and pays tribute to Poland's friendship with different nations.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Unraveling riddles and falsities of Christopher Columbus. His nobility, the location of Natividad, and the Santa Maria’s true fate. (New article in Spanish academic jounrla sheds light on Columbus' double-dealings, fraud and deceptions.)
Admiral Don Cristóbal Colón*, discoverer of the New World, and the Genoese wool-weaver, Cristoforo Colombo, were two completely different persons. The official history continues to be supported by vague sources that do not stand up when confronted with the actual facts of Colón’s life. One of those important disregarded facts was the Admiral’s 1479 marriage to the noble Portuguese Filipa Moniz Perestrelo, Comendadora in the All-Saints monastery, a Commandery of the Military Order of Santiago. Filipa’s social status at the time was incompatible with that of the Cristoforo Colombo, weaver from Genoa. Colón’s close connections to King João II of Portugal and the high consideration that he and his sons received from the court of Castile indicate that Colón was a person of a social status incompatible with the weaver presented in the famous Raccolta. Admiral D. Cristóbal Colón’s life remains, in many aspects, shrouded in mystery by his own deliberate implementation. Colón hid his true identity and family origins, even though, by all aspects, he was a nobleman with a coat of arms and was elevated to Viceroy of the Indies. His preponderance for lying misleads us about the shipwreck of the Santa Maria on December 24, 1492, which as shown below, was intentionally beached at today’s Caracol beach in Haiti to serve as the beginnings of Fort Natividad.
I. The Noble Don Cristóbal Colón. II. Who was Filipa Moniz. CONCLUSION.
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Photos from Pangea Network USA's post in TRANSFERS OF SUCCESS - MIAMI 2015 - VIII PANGEA CONFERENCE
WAS CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS POLISH ROYALTY ? FIND OUT AT THE PANGEA CONFERENCE IN MIAMI !!!
Manuel Rosa an award winning historian will be presenting the conclusions of his 28 years of research about the true story of Christopher Columbus. The untold facts and evidence provided by Mr. Rosa will change the way you think about the discovery of America. Was he Polish Royalty ? Find out at the "Transfers of Success" Pangea conference in Miami.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Manuel Rosa’s two decades of research into medieval documents gave us Columbus: The Untold Story, which disproves, in great detail, almost everything taught about Columbus.
Conclusive evidence that Columbus was attributed a mistaken identity in 1493 disentangles 500 years of misunderstandings.
History books presented Columbus as a peasant who knew nothing about navigation, yet documents show Columbus was a nobleman. Far from stumbling upon America by luck, he was described as the top navigator in all of Spain.
Highly educated, Columbus wrote in several languages and held written communication directly with two courts plus scholars in several nations. However, he never wrote a single letter in Italian, not even to his brothers, who also never wrote in Italian.
A secret letter from the King of Portugal, recently found in Columbus’s archives, shows him employed by Portugal as a double agent, a true James Bond role. His 1492 voyage was never meant to reach India. India was a deception utilized against Spain, Portugal’s enemy, and the ruse was a complete success.
Rosa shows how the flagship Santa Maria never shipwrecked. Columbus intentionally shot her with a cannonball so that Queen Isabella’s overseers could not return to Spain and reveal Columbus’s true intentions. Rosa recently counseled UNESCO against the supposed finding of the Santa Maria by Barry Clifford.
A Christian possessing innumerable Templar secrets, absorbed by the Apocalypse, Columbus wrote a Book of Prophecies and intended to lead an army to rid Jerusalem of Muslims and rebuild Solomon’s Temple.
Far from that rags-to-riches fairytale of the lost peasant sailor, the real Columbus’s life was a mystery of his own making filled with intrigue, deceptions and double-dealings.
Based on solid documentation, Columbus: The Untold Story unscrambles this colossal mystery. Academics now question all that history books claimed, including the name, Christopher Columbus, itself.