While it is proclaimed in many history books around the world that Columbus is the founder of the America’s, we all know the real truth. Or do we? Well of course we’re all aware of the fact there were already people scavenging the lands in between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. What most of us don’t know about though is the German roots imbedded in these communities known as Native Americans, or Indians if you will. Long before Columbus set foot on the grounds of the US of A, it was a holy man from Germany who washed ashore the beach of the East Coast after his ship got wrecked by a tsunami. The Natives found him in a near dead state, but took him in as one of their own which helped him recover within days.
With the necessary sign language he told the Indians his name was Günter. Days after being on the undiscovered lands it started to rain, which it hadn’t for months. The indigenous people believed this was a sign from up above, thus started calling the outcast Holy Günter. He ended up marrying the daughter of the Chief Crazy Horse which subsequently turned the tsunami survivor in the Big Chief Holy Günter. Now a legend like that deserves to be honoured.