Monday, March 25, 2013

IRELAND - The Greek roots of the Irish

  "...The Fisi and the Boios, who live in the Erkynion Forest, attacked proactively the Kimvrous in this land, and were undertaken by the Voions in the Istron...This land of this ancient osper was of the Celts, it was surroundedby mostly by a river, even -d- the Nations ot the Celts Boios..."(Strabo," Geography "Vol. VII p 293, vol. II, E, I, G, 212 - 213, and 6. 312, 20 - 25)."
  "...So, in the outbreaks in Europe, circuit by the Istrou sea, coming from the head of the Adriatic to the Sacred mouth of Istria, is the Greek and Macedonians and Epirus (north Greek Nations)...".

   In the writings of the great Greek historian Strabo, we discover the sovereignty of the Greeks. And they aren't words of a random person, but one of the biggest leading perhaps, ancient geographers and do these lines are solid proof and clearly historical sources. Can it be any objection?
   So, what does he say? 
   That the limits of the Greeks to the north, reached the Danube and the inlet of the Adriatic Sea. The Boios, who penetrated the German forests and populated them were named over the centuries, Boch. The French, call the Germans Boch (= Boios).
   But lets see the presence of Greeks in England. The Cretan culture monument of Stonehenge, with performances of the swastika ( ancient Greek symbol - stolen by Hitler...) is one of the most clear proof of the presence of ancient Eteocretans in old Albion. 
   Because Eteocretans, as the best sailors of the era, had reached the island and even supplied from there the ore of tin. The swastika was a symbol both of the Greeks at the time of the gods and at the age of copper. The Aryan (white) women of India have as a Talisman symbol the swastika, even until today.
   Homer says: "... I came in the deep ocean at the edge of the world. There is the city and the people of the Cimmerians. Dark clouds surround them from everywhere, the poor Cimmerians, them ... "(Homer 'Odyssey' Raps. Q lyrics. 181-184 and Raps. L lyrics. 14 and 15).
   Through the lyrics of the epic poet, Homer, we see that the Greeks moved to the North not only for settlement purposes and for commercial purposes. The Kimvri are allegedly the indigenous people of Northern Europe, and the Lygians. None other than the known and the verses of Homer referred as Cimmerians.
   In the Irish book «Leadhar gadhal» we read: "In 1240 BC arrived in the country from the islands of the West twenty-four pairs of colonists, led by a Greek prince named Bartoli. Those people became, in time, 5000. But they all died from some kind of illness and were buried collectively, outside Dublin, in their ancestral traditions.Then, men disembarked breed Fig Bolg, Gallionib (Belgians and Gauls). After them came to Ireland, coming from the islands of the West, men of the tribe of Tuatha de Dadan. They were divine originated men and had brought along their magic tools, swords, spears, etc., and the stone of 'Fate', upon which sat the Irish Kings to inspire good works. 
   All these invaders once fought first against Fomure, monstrous giants who lived there before them, began after one exhausting war between them. Finally the winners were the men's race of Tuatha de Dadan. The last battle was in Motura, near Kong (Sorcerer County). And then was lost the hegemony of the Giants in Ireland.
   Certainly you can see the similarity of the Danaans in the tribe of Tuatha de Dadan. But even collate that the stone of "Fate" which was a piece of rock in the cave on Mount Ida in Crete (Greece)... Within that cave, layed awake every nine years Minos of Crete the A, expecting the outpouring of great Zeus in laws should adopt laws to govern his subjects. On this stone sat and later Kings of Ireland, expecting that same outpouring of ancestral god Zeus, the laws they ought to take for the just governance of the Irish.The Irish boast that they are descendants of the Celts and as evidenced by the historical Leadhar gadhal, Celts were of Greek origin.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

oh my god? Or in Gaelic -Buiochas le dia!
What a mess? please proof-read before you post this rubbish. there are so many mistakes here, even with the primary names of peoples you site. please?
I don't doubt the possibility of the statements, but read,re-read, check, an check language and references, andif not possible, then ask someone who can.
Hoping you do better next time,
sincerely. Pilib MacBloscaidh. (Sunderland University)(email if you need proofreading help or research ,esp on this subject?)