This map is a gold mine of information and certainly supports the Norse presence. We already knew that a large contingent had gone from Greenland to the bottom of James Bay and had settled there for a sustained period by taking advantage of Walrus and Seal herds. This population then felt secure enough after a couple of generations.to travel into the Wisconsin region.
Now we discover that smaller contingents had settled in New England as well which is actually the more attractive option on the face of it. More likely they were working with local tribes and been careful not to disturb them.
Otherwise we clearly see Sagunay at the end of the Hudson Bay coast as well as Gamma Bay or Ungava Bay This was an effective navigator's map although plenty of errors are apparent as well.
Otherwise we learn that Columbus sailed with the Norse into Hudson Bay as well. Thus he well knew that a large land mass was close at hand to Northern Europe and that Sailing in the south would allow him to sail North to encounter land sooner or later..
The LOK MAP, A map dated to 1576 and known to Queen Elizabeth, who reigned until 1603.
The LOK MAP is evidence that thousands of Norse Catholics walkedand several boats rowed to Norumbega before Columbus!
The LOK MAP does show the English claim to North America. “Cabot 1497” appears in Norumbega.
But the name NORUMBEGA means “NORWAY.” The two names “SAGAUNNAY” (“SLOW WATER” aka “Saginaw, MI”) and “HOCHELAGA” (HIGH STRATIFIED PLACE aka “MONTREAL”) are Old Norse names.
Furthermore the name “Johnnis” is the name of the Captain of the SECOND boat from Norway. Tores, a Norwegian Author, reported that Columbus was on the Second boat from Norway in 1472.
A century before, about 1362, White Beaver had led a group of the Norse Catholics to Norumbega.
Norumbega had been known to the world for over a century, when the English tried to make it a “Fantasy Island.”
The English Public Relations men hid their claim to North America to prevent the world from knowing the truth.
America was Norway’s Land.
The Lok Map is evidence that thousands of Norse Catholics walked and several ships sailed to Norumbega before Columbus!