In March 30,  1492,  Columbus received the order to prepare his voyage the same day that the Jewish expulsion from Spain was read aloud.  1491//92 corresponds to the Hebrew year 5252.  It spells in Hebrew "Harnov",  which means "Mount of Fruit."  Har is to "rise up" and Nov means to "germinate or flourish and produce fruit."  This is yet more evidence that God raised up America to bring forth fruit in the end times according to the prophecy of the vineyard in Matthew 21:33-43.

A Living Room In The Sky, Built Around One Of NYC’s Most Famous Statues

Discovering Columbus, For his first public project in the United States, Nishi has chosen to focus on the historic statue of Christopher Columbus. His project re-imagines the colossal statue of Columbus standing in a fully furnished, modern living room.

10 Best Columbus Day Crafts for Kids

10 Best Columbus Day Crafts for Kids

Map of Cristopher Columbus' voyages...print on legal size paper.

On August the ships set sail. On October Columbus reached the Bahamas, an island group east of Florida. He thought he had reached the East Indies in Asia. Columbus therefore called the islanders Indians.

Christopher Colombus persuaded Ferdinand & Isabella of Spain to finance his "enterprise of the Indies."

Portrait of a Man, Said to be Christopher Columbus (born about died Sebastiano del Piombo (Sebastiano Luciani) (Italian, Venice (?) Rome) Date: 1519 Medium: Oil on canvas

Let's celebrate Columbus Day with a Christopher Columbus lapbook activity. This famous explorer can open up a world of discovery and fun to your classroom and this lapbook activity can do that for you! Perfect for nearly any Columbus Day activities. The lapbook for Columbus Day includes a nonfiction passage about Christopher Columbus' first voyage, key vocabulary, timeline, writing prompt, and information about the books. There are also comprehension questions about the passage.

Columbus Day Lapbook

Let's celebrate Columbus Day with a Christopher Columbus lapbook activity. This famous explorer can open up a world of discovery and fun to your classroom and this lapbook activity can do that for you! Perfect for nearly any Columbus Day activities.

SANTA MARIA -one of the 3 ships used by Christopher Columbus in his first voyage to the "new world". The other 2 ships are the Nina and the Pinta.

Santa Maria

In late 1492 Christopher Columbus set sail with three ships (Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria). He headed west of Spain in the hopes of finding a faster rout to India.

You Wouldn't Want to Sail With Christopher Columbus! - Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom

You Wouldn't Want to Sail With Christopher Columbus!

You Wouldn't Want to Sail With Christopher Columbus!: Uncharted Waters You'd Rather Not Cross: Fiona MacDonald, David Antram, David Salariya

The 4 voyages of Christopher Columbus. All 4 were sponsored by the Crown of Castille (over which Catherine of Aragon's mother Isabella was ruler). During his fourth voyage, in 1502, Catherine would be in England, having been married to Prince Arthur in 1501.

The 4 voyages of Christopher Columbus. All 4 were sponsored by the Crown of Castille (over which Catherine of Aragon's mother Isabella was ruler). During his voyage, in Catherine would be in England, having been married to Prince Arthur in 1501

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