Culture Shock – how to become a dominant culture

May 18, 2008

Previously I brought up the correlation between the Nephite population, the Lamanites, the Romano British and the Anglo Saxons.

In the year of our Lord, 449… In [this] time the Angles or Saxons came to Britain at the invitation of King Vortigern in three long ships, and were granted lands in the eastern part of the island on the condition that they protected the country: nevertheless, their real intention was to subdue it.1

This is Bede’s description, 200 years later, of how the Germanic tribe came to Britain to defeat the “cowardly” Britains. 

When the Lehites arrived to the land of promise there appears to be an equivilent population, or even a little less than what is described by Bede.

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