Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Strange origins of "Irish" identity (video)

(Robert Sepehr/818encino) An old Irish legend about an ancient Egyptian Princess Scota; see Dr. Sigmund Freud's 1939 book Moses and Monotheism, or visit the "Vale of the Little Flower" (Glen Scotia). Ireland's long history is riddled with folklore, ancient mythology, and ancient societies, such as the Druids. Scota, in Irish legend, is the name given to the daughter of an Egyptian pharaoh. Sepehr is an author, producer, and anthropologist specializing in linguistics, archeology, paleobiology. Robert Sepehr: Species with Amnesia: Our Forgotten History

Knowledge, Wisdom, Spirit of Ancient Ireland with Gerard Banks
Equality CorkGerard Banks share knowledge and speaks openly about the ancient wisdom, spirit, and culture of the Irish (like iris, the eye, consciousness), the natural language and ancient spiritual connection to earth and the rest of the world.

This refers not only to Ancient Egypt but also ancient connections to the Moari language and New Zealand's Maori people.

Banks covers topics from spirituality to law and takes a look at the past in the hopes of understanding the present. Why was the Roman alphabet introduced to the Emerald Isle? To alter and suppress the natural harmonics and frequency of the Native Irish language?

We need to progress from here in harmony with this ancient heritage and the heritage of all other ancient global societies today.

(Andrew Power/Equality Cork, 2005) Some key terms: Ireland, Egypt, pharaohs, Scotland, Scota, princess, prince, king, queen, royalty, tyrants, dictators, blue bloods, throne, rule, ruling class, conspiracy, cover up, ancient hidden history, Africa, Afrocentrism, Europe, pyramids, megaliths, Sphinx, Antediluvian, pre-flood, deluge, pre-deluge, post-deluge, diffusion, civilization, Britain, England, Ethiopia, Land of the Pharaohs.
The Battle of the Boyne
Ireland: Land of the Pharaohs (Andrew Power)
Banks also speaks about what the "Battle of the Boyne" (Catholics vs Protestants, 1690) was spiritually really about: It was a ritual. It was the founding of sectarian violence in Ireland, used to divide the spiritual DNA of Ireland.
Sectarian = section-terrain, keep a people and nation divided for a reason. Why did King James of the House Stewart and his nephew King William of House Orange/Nassau organize this "family affair," this pretend-battle in the Boyne Valley?

Why did this family with representatives from all over the world have to come to Ireland to symbolize their transition and rule from the Reign of House Stewart to House Hanover? Indeed, why did they need to come to Ireland and the Boyne Valley to do this?

This affects the teaching and education of false laws in Ireland today. Universities are being run commercially based on untrue laws that only benefit the commercial exploiters of Ireland. False commercial empires continue to ruin the world for corporate profit, which goes against the very spirit, DNA, and heritage of the ancient Irish. More

Scota, Tuatha Dé Danann...
Elvenworld.org edited by Wisdom Quarterly
Princess Scota (Elven World)
Blessings. May you feel the Elven song within, hear the voice who speaks from your heart-space. We are Tuatha Dé Danann, the children of Nature and the stars. – T.E. Pelton, author, Elven World Mythologies

Scota  is the Tuatha De Danann ["Tribe of Danu"] Goddess of passion, positive magic, she who can slip through the surface of things and restore balance – Elven World, T.E. Pelton.
Scota - An Invocation for Our Times: I call upon Scota in these times when we are looking for the way/These times when we are asking for peace and end to suffering... More

Connected Histories: O’Dogherty
Ramon O'Dogherty
The Pharaoh Nectonechus and his Egyptian wife, Princess Scota, flee Egypt for Ireland
The O’Dogherty Clan of Inishowen consists of more than 400,000 families distributed throughout the world, with many in the US, Mexico, Ireland, Argentina, the UK, Australia, Spain, France, and so forth. Ancient legends describe in a remote past the origin of the Celtic race, which was established in the north of Spain, with a King Breoghan, who founded Betanzos, Brihuega, and Brigantia, and built the Tower of Hercules in Galicia. His sons from this tower saw through the Atlantic Ocean mists the British Isles and decided to organize an expedition to conquer them. More
The OBregon: "From Bregon"
Wisdom Quarterly Wikipedia edit
Statue of Celtic King Breogán and the Tower of Hercules in A Coruña, Spain (wiki)
King Breogán (Bregon, Breoghan, or Breachdan) is a character in the Lebor Gabála Érenn, a medieval Christian history of Ireland and the Irish (or Gaels). He is described as an ancestor of the Gaels.
  • [Could there be a relation or connection to the legend of Brian Boru (Bóruma) and the O’Briens (see Ó Briain Dynasty)?]
The Lebor Gabála purports to be an account of how the Gaels descend from Adam through the sons of Noah and how they came to Ireland.

It tells us that they spent 440 years wandering the Earth and underwent a series of trials and tribulations, which is based on the tale of the Israelites in the Old Testament. Eventually, they sail to Iberia and conquer it.

There Breogán, one of their leaders, founds a city called Brigantia and builds a great tower. From the top of the tower, his son Íth can see Ireland. The Gaels, including some of Breogán's sons, sail to Ireland from Brigantia and take it from the Tuatha Dé Danann, the Irish gods.

Brigantia likely refers to A Coruña in present-day Galicia (Encyclopaedia Britannica) and Breogán's tower is likely based on the Tower of Hercules (which was built at A Coruña by the Romans) or the Tower of Babel.

The idea that the Irish Gaels came from Hispania may be based on the similarity of the names Iberia and Hibernia and the names Galicia and Gael (Patricia Monaghan, The Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology and Folklore, Infobase Publishing, 2004. p.332). Medieval historians made similar claims about other nations based on their names... More

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