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Montague Keen ?Ancient Ireland ?

what it is that Montague Keen keeps referring to when he says "Again, I remind you, that ancient Ireland holds irrefutable evidence that will change your world forever."

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The Baffling Blarney Stone

Started by Debby ♥Many Nations♥. Last reply by Meg Feb 25. 4 Replies

It is a source of fierce debate that seems unending, but what the real story is behind the history of the infamous Blarney Stone of Ireland, is anybody's guess. If what some say about is true, how did it ever end up where it now resides?Every year,…Continue

sacred Ireland

Started by Debby ♥Many Nations♥. Last reply by Blue Dragon Sep 4, 2015. 2 Replies

3rd January 2012. Rainbows over Monaincha abbey near Roscrea. Two photos stitched together, with different contrasts. The outer rainbow is clearer on the left, the inner clearer on the right. Monaincha means 'the Island in the Bog', and was the…Continue

"Stone House of the Sun"

Started by Debby ♥Many Nations♥. Last reply by Blue Dragon Sep 4, 2015. 1 Reply

Grianán an Aileach - ("Stone Houseof the Sun") - the massive site on…Continue

Was the "Scota Exodus" Really in the Caucasus?

Started by Debby ♥Many Nations♥. Last reply by Blue Dragon Sep 4, 2015. 1 Reply

Was the "Scota Exodus" Really in the Caucasus?The Scotichronicon, a 15th century history of Scotland by the monk, Walter Bower open with an account of an incredible journey.In the "third age, in the time of Moses, a Greek prince called Gaythelos was…Continue

Staurolite: "Fairy Cross"

Started by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ Sep 1, 2015. 0 Replies

Staurolite: "Fairy Cross"Properties: This mineral is a talisman of good luck! Historically, this…Continue

Beltane!

Started by Debby ♥Many Nations♥. Last reply by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ Sep 1, 2015. 1 Reply

May 1st not only marks the “Day of Work” and since a couple of years “The Global Love Day” but it is also called the “Beltane Day”. In Irish mythology, it is the beginning of the summer. Great bonfires would mark a time of purification and…Continue

The curse of Tutankhamun and the Irish Connection

Started by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ Sep 1, 2015. 0 Replies

 Of the original team of archaeologists who were present when the ancient tomb of the boy king Tutankhamun was opened, only one lived to a ripe old age. Was this a bizarre coincidence? Or was it the manifestation of a curse that had passed down…Continue

The Blue Stones of atlantis,Ireland And The Lost Tribe of E.A.

Started by Debby ♥Many Nations♥. Last reply by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ Sep 1, 2015. 1 Reply

by William Henryfrom WilliamHenry Website Surfing the Net one night last…Continue

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Comment by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ on September 7, 2015 at 2:21am

Montague on Sunday 6 September 2015

http://www.montaguekeen.com/page1470.html

Comment by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ on September 7, 2015 at 2:18am

If your ancestry — like more than 36 million Americans — includes Irish immigrants, RootsWeb has a list of the very oldest Irish surnames, but it’s not a complete list. Often, you’re looking for surnames that — now or in the past — started with O’ or Mac.

Expanding that further, RootsWeb’s Surnames and Irish Counties list says, “Although not always the case, names beginning with O’, Mac, Mc, De, Le, and others, may usually indicate a name of historical significance.”

However, some of those surnames — especially those starting with De or Le — are likely to lead back to Norman families, and their faerie history may be a little different than those tracing back to the Irish era of the Tuatha  Danann.

My own ancient Irish roots include:

  • Ó Baoghill (O’Boyle or Boyle)
  • Ó Braoin or Mac Braoin (Breen… mine emigrated through Nova Scotia, Canada)
  • Ó Croinin (Cronin)
  • Ó Donnghaile (Donnelly)
  • Mac Gearailt (FitzGerald, not on the RootsWeb list, but several traditional stories — including the one at Lough Gur — give a clear faerie connection)
  • Mag Uidhir (Maguire, MacGuire, etc.)
  • Ó Neill (O’Neill, O’Neil, etc.)
  • Ó Tuama (Toomey, Tormey, Twomey, etc.)

… and many other early Irish surnames.

Some Irish Resources

Lists of ancient Irish family surnames

To better understand the meaning of Irish surnames, see Do Chara’s Irish Surnames of Gaelic Origin. You’ll find another view of this subject at the Irish Times’ Irish Ancestors/Origins of surname. And, if you want to understand how Irish surnames changed, Wikipedia’s article about Irish names may be helpful… or even more confusing.

Comment by Blue Dragon on September 4, 2015 at 5:14am

Eire the land of saints and scholars and as a holder of that countries passport should show willing and support for the old ways cause sure enough.

Comment by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ on September 2, 2015 at 1:46am

IRELAND Land of the Pharaohs

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Comment by Besimi on September 1, 2015 at 1:38pm

Thanks for creating this Group Debora :) , ..I love te read Montague's messages.
..also make sure post one copy on The Main Page, ..so it is more visible to members/visitors.
....all the blessings my Dear Debby :) :) :) <3

 

Comment by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ on September 1, 2015 at 5:05am

http://www.irish-sayings.com/cats/people/love/

Irish Love irish-sayings.comSayings

Given our attachment to this ancient language of Ireland, there's no wonder that so many people want to know how to say "I love you" in Irish! Saying it in this beautiful language will mean so much more to the person you love. Much Irish language poetry perfects the expressions of love from one person to another. These Irish Gaelic love phrases should help you express that to your special somebody. If you look wider at the country's culture, you will also find Irish love expressed in songs and balads, in which you'll often here of unrequited love.

Comment by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ on September 1, 2015 at 5:04am
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Comment by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ on September 1, 2015 at 5:01am

Etain (pronounce Ay-deen) is a Celtic Goddess whose name means "Shining One".

Comment by Debby ♥Many Nations♥ on September 1, 2015 at 5:00am
Ireland's History in Maps

The Myths of Time
After examining some of the ancient recordfor Ireland we turn to the early Irish chronicles. The earliest written pre-history of Ireland is passed down in the form of saga stories, legal tracts, annalistic records, and fragmentary accounts which were recorded centuries after they actually may have occurred. Because of this scholars consider the events and people of the pre-Christian (and early Christian) period to be viewed with a skeptical eye. Rather than discounting the earliest chronicles and events, which form an integral part of the early Irish tradition, they are noted here and on the next few pages. One such tradition is an account of the early people of Ireland, found in such works as the Leabhar Gabhála,Book of Leinster, and in the 'Annals of the Four Masters'. These include stories of ancient tribes whose arrival outdated that of the Gael and their ancient progenitor King Milesius (Milidh).
http://rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlkik/ihm/ire000.htm
 
 
 

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