Narrative of Captain James Cook’s voyages around the world by Kippis, Andrew, 1784, book review

Captain Cook was dispatched by his Majesty to explore the Southern Ocean and take measurements of the “eclipse”. What are they measuring on the dome, what wizard tools and rituals are we talking about?

It’s a long journey. Cook made three explorations. One journey lasting more than four years away from the “British” island before he was killed by enraged natives. (more on Captain Cook’s death below)

The ocean waters allowed the sailors to circumnavigate, collinate, and communicate with the natives, aboriginals and savages. Careful about thieving islanders who steal metal hatchets, tools, and spikes from the ship. First contact stories are the best.

When savages approach the ship in concerning numbers, waving sticks above their heads, marked in war paint, our good Captain would fire the 15 inch cannon over their canoes. This would disperse the savages with great effect.

Captain Cook was credited with great advancements in shipboard scurvy treatment. He built fires in the holds of his ships to purify the rotting, worm-infested timbers, and served fermented juices to his crew.

Captain Cook was knocked on the head with a club, his face pushed under the ocean surf, he was able to gasp for two breaths before the islanders overpowered his body and held him asunder until he was dead. He died attempting to retrieve a landing craft that was taken by the locals.

His fellow sailors were afraid to retrieve his body and left him dead on a sandy savage beach to be paraded away (and possibly eaten) by the islanders.

I recognized NO geographical names given in this book. Excepting Prince William Sound, New Zealand, the “Beering Straight” and Alyashka, which I presume is the original spelling of Alaska. All names of our Lands have been changed by the Synagogue of Satan.

It would be fun to plugin some of the lat/longs recorded in this old book to Circe Map of Google lies, censorship, and fakery.

Father, we ask that you destroy Alphabet Inc.gov, Youtube, Google, facebook, twitter, instagram, and… omG. Please bankrupt this entire system. Thank you Father.

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Narrative of Captain James Cook’s voyages around the world by Kippis, Andrew, 1725-1795 & A. Kippis, D.D.

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Highlight: Knowledge and virtue constitute the chief happiness of a nation: and it is devoutly to be wished that the virtue of
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Notes: Wallis voyage

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Highlight: began to pull down some part of an enclosure in
which the inhabitants had deposited the bones of their dead.
Notes: English desacrating the dead.

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Highlight: After this the lieutenant hoisted an English jack, and in the name of his Britannic majesty, took
possession of Ulietea, and the three neighbouring islands,
Notes: Reptiles in sun.

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Highlight: the English thought themselves obliged to fire upon them in
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Notes: In defense of offense.

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Highlight: Beside this, he had formed a design of surprising some of the natives, and taking them on board, that, by kind
treatment and presents he might obtain their friendship, and render them the instruments of establishing for him an

Notes: For god and country.

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Highlight: But the nature of my service required me to obtain a
knowledge of their country, which I could no otherwise effect, than by forcing my way into it in a hostile manner,
Notes: Captain cook.

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being no more your property than the ship.
Notes: lol

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Highlight: That country was first discovered in the year 1642, by Abel Jansen Tasman, a
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Notes: New Zealand.

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Notes: Enter CDC and Bill Gates.

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Highlight: connexions with the natives.
Notes: Secret society savages.

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Highlight: This was apparent from the enormous size of the nest, which was
built with sticks upon the ground, and was no less than six and twenty feet in circumference, and two feet eight inches
in height.
Notes: Birdmen from ancient history.

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Highlight: Our people could not imagine what these fires were, or what
purposes they were intended to answer. Those who discharged them had in their hands a short piece of stick, which they
swung sideways from them, and immediately there issued fire and smoke, exactly resembling those of a musket, and of as
short a duration. The men on board the ship, who observed this surprising phenomenon, were so far deceived by it, as to
believe that the Indians had fire-arms. To the persons in the boat, it had the appearance of the firing of volleys
without a report.

Notes: Natives w magic guns w no sound.

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Highlight: they observed, about ten o’clock at night, on the 16th of the month, a phenomenon in the
heavens, which in many particulars resembled the Aurora Borealis, though in others it was very different. It consisted
of a dull reddish light, which reached about twenty degrees above the horizon; and though its extent, at times, varied
much, it never comprehended less than eight or ten points of the compass. Through, and out of the general appearance,
there passed rays of light of a brighter colour,
Notes: Chariots in the sky. Ancient aliens.

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Highlight: for it must
have deeply affected them, to have known, that a considerable part of the bottom of the vessel was thinner than the
sole of a shoe, and that all their lives depended upon so slight and fragile a barrier between them and the
unfathomable ocean.

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slavery, that disgrace to religion, to humanity, and, I will add, to sound policy, must still be continued, every thing
ought to be done which can tend to soften its horrors.

Chapter 4: Account of Captain Cook during the period between his first and second Voyage.
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however, which relates to science must be separated from fancy, and brought to the test of experiment: and here was an
experiment richly deserving to be tried.
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Highlight: In the morning of the 17th, between midnight and three o’clock, lights were seen in the heavens, similar to those
which are known in the northern hemisphere, by the name of the Aurora Borealis. Captain Cook had never heard that an
Aurora Australis had been seen before. The officer of the watch observed, that it sometimes broke out in spiral rays,
and in a circular form; at which time, its light was very strong,
Notes: Strange happenings in the night sky.

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Highlight: Here wood, for fuel and other purposes, was immediately at hand; and a fine stream of fresh
water was not above a hundred yards from the stern of the vessel.
Notes: No water purification necessary.

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Highlight: so that our navigators had a fair prospect of being
plentifully supplied with fresh pork and fowls, which, to people in their situation, was a very desirable circumstance.
Notes: Trading axe. Nails. Beeds. Cloth for food. Before central bank of world domination.

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Highlight: It appeared, that a Spanish ship had been lately at Otaheite, and the natives
complained, that a disease had been communicated to them by the people of this vessel which according to their account
affected the head, the throat, and the stomach, and at length ended in death.
Notes: Spanish flu.

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Highlight: Chastity is so eminently the glory of that sex, and, indeed, is so essentially connected with the good order of
society, that it must be a satisfaction to reflect, that there is no country, however ignorant or barbarous, in which
this virtue is not regarded as an object of moral obligation.

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Highlight: There was not an inch of waste ground. The roads occupied no larger a space than was
absolutely necessary, and the fences did not take up above four inches each. Even such a small portion of ground was
not wholly lost; for many of the fences themselves contained useful trees or plants. The scene was every where the
same; and nature, assisted by a little art, no where assumes a more splendid appearance than in this island.
Notes: Island paradise.

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Highlight: The best method, in his opinion, of preserving a good understanding with the inhabitants of countries in this state of
society, is, first, to convince them of the superiority we have over them in consequence of our fire arms, and then to
be always upon our guard.

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Highlight: In colour, features, and language, they bear such an affinity to the people of the more western isles, that there can
be no doubt of their having been descended from one common original. It is indeed extraordinary, that the same nation
should have spread themselves to so wide an extent, as to take in almost a fourth part of the circumference of the
globe.
Notes: Lost Tribes

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Highlight: When the captain
began to recover, a favourite dog, belonging to Mr. Forster, fell a sacrifice to his tender stomach.
Notes: Captain Cook ate a dog.

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Highlight: The judicious will discern, with regard to this narrative, that it throws peculiar light on Captain Cook’s
character. Nor is it an uncurious circumstance in the history of human society, that a stranger should thus exercise
jurisdiction over the natives of a country, in the presence of the prince of that country, without his authority, and
even contrary to his solicitations.

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Highlight: The next day, he went with two boats to examine the coast, and to look for a proper landing-place, that he
might obtain a supply of wood and water. At this time, the inhabitants began to assemble on the shore, and by signs to
invite our people to land. Their behaviour was apparently so friendly, that the captain was charmed with it; and the
only thing which could give him the least suspicion was, that most of them were armed with clubs, spears, darts, and
bows and arrows.

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Highlight: In fact, no instance was seen of their eating human flesh; and, therefore,
there might, perhaps, be some reason to hesitate, in pronouncing them to be
Notes: Cannibals. The lie about savages.

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Highlight: His title to this honour will not be disputed in any
part of Europe, and certainly not by so enlightened and liberal a people as the French nation.

Notes: Lol. The French.

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Highlight: It was uninhabited; and the first persons that ever set foot on it were unquestionably our
English navigators.
Notes: His story.

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Highlight: having been absent from Great Britain three years
and eighteen days, in which time, and under all changes of climate, he had lost but four men, and only one of them by
sickness.

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Chapter 6: Account of Captain Cook during the Period between his Second Voyage and his Voyage to the
Pacific Ocean.
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Highlight: The additions he had made to the knowledge of geography, navigation, and
astronomy, and the new views he had opened of the diversified state of human life and manners, could not avoid
commanding their esteem, and exciting their admiration.
Notes: Captain Cook.

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Highlight: The noble lord, whose extensive views had
taken such a lead in the plans of navigation and discovery, still continued at the head of that board; and it could not
be otherwise than a high satisfaction to him, that so extraordinary a degree of success had attended his designs for
the enlargement of science.

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Highlight: it was thought requisite to procure the
assistance of a professed literary man, whose business it should be to draw up a narrative from the several journals of
these commanders. Accordingly, Dr. Hawkesworth, as is universally known, was employed for the purpose.

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Highlight: At such a time, the worst consequences are to be apprehended: and commanders of ships cannot be too much upon
their guard. It is necessary for them to purify the air between decks with fire and smoke, and to oblige their people
to dry their clothes at every opportunity.

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Highlight: The most comfortable habitations of the natives were afforded by the largest trees. These had their
trunks hollowed out by fire, to the height of six or seven feet; and there was room enough in them for three or four
persons to sit round a hearth, made of clay.
Notes: Tree house.

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Highlight: To what an extent the practice of human sacrifices was carried in the ancient world, is not
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Notes: Savage fake history.

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Highlight: This measure was to put the chief’s son, daughter, and son-in-law, into confinement, and to detain them till
the fugitives should be restored.
Notes: Extort the natives for compliance. Captain Cook.

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commodities, axes, and hatchets remained the most unrivalled; and they must ever be held in the highest estimation
through the whole of the islands.

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Highlight: Sincerely is it to be wished, that such may be the order of events, and such the intercourse
carried on with the southern islanders, that, instead of finally suffering by their acquaintance with us, they may rise
to a higher state of civilization, and permanently enjoy blessings far
Notes: Forced vaccinations and face mask compliance.

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Highlight: abandoned to their original incapacity of improvement. If the intercourse between them and us should wholly be
discontinued, they cannot be restored to that happy mediocrity, in which they lived before they were first discovered.
Notes: The natives can’t live without the Euros.

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Highlight: He determined, therefore, to put to sea at all events; and accordingly
carried his design into execution that evening.

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Highlight: speculative fabricators of geography,
Notes: Synogogue of Satan.

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Highlight: and it was evident, that our navigators had
been in the most perilous situation: nor was the danger yet over;
Notes: Sound of breaking surf.

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Highlight: so that there seemed no great obstacle to prevent the recovery of Captain Cook’s body; but
the lieutenant returned on board without making the attempt.
Notes: Let the dead bury the dead.

Chapter 8: Character of Captain Cook. — Effects of his Voyages. — Testimonies of Applause. —
Commemorations of his Services — Regard paid to his Family. — Conclusion.
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Highlight: with a genius peculiarly turned for enterprise,
Notes: Colinization.

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Lever’s repository,
Notes: South Pacific artifacts.

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Highlight: None of my readers can be ignorant of the horrid cruelties that were exercised by the
conquerors of Mexico and Peru; cruelties which can never be remembered, without blushing for religion and human nature.

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Highlight: He immediately makes towards the place whence the noise and smoke issue, and attacks his
adversaries with great fury.

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Highlight: They continued to pass much pumice-stone; indeed the prodigious
quantities of that substance which floated in the sea, between Japan and the Bashee Islands, seemed to indicate that
some great volcanic convulsion must have happened in that part of the Pacific Ocean.
Notes: Marvelous work and a wonder.

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