The Phoenician Menorah of Ireland

The Phoenician Hebrew Menorah (7 branch candlestick) can be found in Ireland on what is known as a pillow stone in Cloontuskert, county Roscommon. This was the same location that was the seat of Kings of Connacht and then to the High Kings of Ireland. This was also...

The Black Irish of Montserrat in the Caribbean

Here’s an old video of the Black Irish of Montserrat in the Caribbean. Many of the Irish were forcibly deported when the English had conquered Ireland. The military campaign was led by the famous military leader known as Oliver Cromwell who was the  Lord...

The Danites in Ireland

By Frederick Lawrence Rawson – Danu or Donu seems to have been considered by the Goidels or Gaels as the ancestress of the gods. The Goidels, according to the most generally accepted theory, arrived in Britain between 1000 B.C. and 500 B.C., whilst the Brythons...

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