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Robert Baird

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Mummies Alive - Druids

I watched some of the series 'Mummies Alive' dealing with two 2400 year old bog princes they called kings. The bodies as usual were well preserved so forensic analysis of the method of death shone a light on the rituals of what they called sun-worshippers and snickered about belief in making a king responsible for the weather and overall good circumstances of the whole community. They should have said meritocracies and results would be a better form of government today.

The bodies were found 40 miles apart and had their heads removed while their arms were fastened behind their backs. Being that they likely knew each other and were so close together we can be certain they were not King-Bairds in charge of any major division of the pan-tribal Keltic peoples. In fact they may not even have been the head of a major clan or family. The torque on the neck was something most men might have and they found no real valuable appeasements for the gods they said the ritual killings were for.

I could make just as good a case for the killings being a result of an act against the good of the larger Irish society and a judgement handed down through Brehon Law by the lesser dirfine. Lesser than the council of six King-Bairds. By this time the old Keltic or Irish Cultural Age was becoming unravelled as their colonial enterprises were being attacked by uprisings and the Phoenician bureaucrats who ran the trading empires or emporiae. In fact the time of these ritual killings is almost an exact time when Carthage saw the same practices and the leader had to forfeit his oldest child's life to satisfy the citizens that the gods or other dimensional forces were not pissed off at them. Shortly after this period the wealthy leaders started paying or forcing other families to give up their kids.

There were yearly tributes to the gods throughout the whole of the Mediterranean (Frazer's Golden Bough, Plutarch etc.) and all the former colonies which still allowed Phoenician business monopolies to flourish. A more detailed article under the title Killing Red-Heads recounts this happy celebratory event in honour of Apollo or other gods who are the identical image and myth of Osiris. Osiris and Isis (The name is proof of Irish origin per MacDari and other linguists.) were on an ancient Council of Six before the Great Pyramid was built. Perhaps they were the original founders of Egyptian colonies as long ago as we have evidence of deep hole mining there. Manetho even suggests a date which dovetails with this 30,000 year old evidence.

Another mine off the coast of Massalia (present day Marseilles near Rennes and a natural pentagram which also had a Druidic University) at the four hundred foot deep level also pre-dates the 5400 era creation of both the North Sea and Mediterranean. I mention this because the TV archaeology professors and presenters said they forensically proved one of these so-called kings had Southern European hair preparations for his Mohawk style tonsure or haircut. That same style is found in Lanning's (Columbia University 20 year study includes Keltic plaids and tartans) work in Lima, Peru dated to about the 2nd C. BCE. Massalia was founded by the Phoceans around 500 BCE who had the first metal coinage. That is very important because it showed the Bee symbol of the House of Mallia which archaeology shows us on Crete in 2000 BCE and with cistern technology to match the Shardana in Egypt and near Miletus in Asia Minor during the Trojan Worldwide War.

The Bees are the Merovingians and Benjaminites including Childeric whose grave had a robe of Bees in metal which Napoleon used at his investiture as Holy Roman Emperor. Childeric and his southern French kingdom exists at the same time as King Arthur near Glastonbury where we also find Merovingian glass from southern France around the 5th C. AD.

The Milesians are Kings in Ireland and they are sons of Mile (ML) in both Crete and Egypt as noted above.

This site correctly notes that the language of the Keltoi was outlawed. That is Ogham and many variations or dialects therefrom. In fact the Druids had a bounty put on their heads by three Roman Emperors and Rome itself was founded by the Brutti who also founded Britain which still can be seen in the name for what once was one of the Emerald Isles and a Keltic spiritual homeland before the formation of the North Sea as well as after it. As I have said Celt is a Roman epithet or curse upon the Kelts. It means hammered tool and celts are indeed important from the time when metals found laying on the ground (float ore) could be hammered into swords and tools. Of course more recent historians like David Hume mean something the Romans intended people to understand 'drunken tools' or fools. So sad it is that epithets and icons or archetypes get continued by the victims of said psychological programming. There are many things about this site I could argue about including any use of the word Celt for a people. But you will see a history that includes Alexander the Great working with Kelts and other colonies having to answer to them. At the same time these bog princes went or sent to southern Europe for their head ointments. When Rome really got powerful after the Empire was weakened and SPQR or the people no longer shared in the bounty; they sent operatives like Patrick to personally burn books including the far larger law book called the Senchus Mor which gets boiled down from memory into the Brehon Laws.

"Another group of Celts migrated eastward along the Danube towards the Black Sea, and settled in Transylvania (Rumania). When Alexander the Great started on his raids of conquest (ca. 335 BC), he first had to curb turmoil occurring among some tribes north of Macedonia. These were the Scordisai and several other Celtic tribes. It was during a party of reconciliation with these tribes that Alexander asked what they feared the most of all things in the world, and they answered with the famous words : “The only thing we really fear is that the sky will fall down on us”. Alexander had expected them to answer that they feared him most of all, so they diplomatically added : “But we judge the friendship of a man like you higher than anything else.”

When Alexander died in 323 BC, his enormous empire fell apart. It was finally split between three of his generals. At the same time the Celts began moving south into Illyria (Illyrian refugees were granted asylum in Macedonia), and founded a Celtic kingdom in Thrakia (Bulgaria) in the year 297 BC. They moved further south into Greece, and sacked the Temple of Delphi of inconceivable treasures before they withdrew.

At this time in history, Asia Minor was a patchwork of different peoples and states, all of which had been subjugated by Alexander, but which, by now were beginning to claim their independence back. One of these states was Bithynia in the northwestern corner of Asia Minor. In the year 278 BC there was a struggle for succession to the throne in the country between the brothers Zipoetes and Nikomedes. Nikomedes sought support from the Macedonian king Antigonos Gonatas, who recruited 3 Celtic tribes – the Tolistoboians, the Tectosagians and the Trocmanians, altogether 20,000 men. They swiftly secured victory for Nikomedes. After this there was nothing more the Celts in Bithynia could do, so they started collecting taxes (galatika = Celtic tax) from the Greek city-states along the coast. Finally they were subdued by the Syrian king Antiochos, who used elephants in his attack against the Celts.

Along the coast of Phrygia – another of the many states in Asia Minor – a new kingdom was established in the year 281 BC – Pergamon. They made an agreement with the Celts. They were allowed to settle in the interior parts of Phrygia if they promised to live in peace. This country was later to be known as Galatia, and the three tribes claimed their own part; the Tolistoboians settled in the upper part of the river Sangarios, the Tectosagians east of these, and the Trocmanians further east, around the city of Ancyra (today’s Ancara). The Celts however did not keep their promise for long, and they managed to beat Antiochos in a battle near Ephesos in 265 BC, before they continued ravaging along the coast of Asia Minor. Finally they were subjugated by the strong king Attalos of Pergamon. Little by little however, they adjusted, keeping up their traditional farming practices for many centuries. The language was Celtic until 600 AD. A Christian missionary – St. Jerome – travelling through Asia Minor at the time, said the language reminded him of an accent spoken in Treveri, a Celtic tribe in the Rhinelands.

In Britain Celtic influence is obvious from around 750 BC. Archaeological traces of the Hallstadt Culture can be seen from 500 BC, and from 300 BC a new wave of immigrants brought La Tène culture with them."

The Celts

The Culdees from the middle east or middle eastern jews returning therefrom make an appearance around this era too.
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