Castilian Spanish the Yiddish of Jews in Spain Christopher Columbus Sailed West the Day That Marranos Had to Converso


Christopher Columbus was a Jew who settled in the Castilian region of Spain where the Spanish spoken was heavily influenced by the Hebrew language, Castilian said to have been the Yiddish of Spain, and Christopher Columbus began his first voyage across the Atlantic the day that the Marranos were begun forced to become Conversos, Marranos such as Columbus who were considered fake converts to Catholicism, the Coversos the Jews having convincingly accepted Catholicism, but of course only the torturing Catholic clerics ostensibly having known for difference.