An Indian on North American shores, in 1614, was kidnapped and taken to England. What are the chances?
This Indian learns English there. What are the chances?
This Indian gets taken back to North America. What are the chances?
This Indian goes back to his homeland area where Pilgrims are almost dead from a bad winter and on the verge of dying off and need help from someone who understands the land and speaks their language.. What are the chances?
This Indian helps them survive by teaching them, in English, how to survive, grow corn, etc. What are the chances?
And, here is one of the only two primary sources for the events of Autumn 1621 in Plymouth, a letter written by Edward Winslow:
So, today in modern America, Wikipedia tells us it "MAY" have been religious in origin....but there is no 'may' about it, no writings anywhere suggest that!.. It was all about GOD, thanking GOD, and the more we thank, the more He seems to supply, even today!....but, sadly, today we're so cool it's become TURKEY DAY....Yes, Wikipedia, it's "a time to give thanks for a bountiful harvest"...to whom? To the corn stalks? Ah, well.....
God bless you all, and GOD BLESS AMERICA.............