On Monday morning, 16th of May 2022, the Sun, the Earth and the Full Moon will align and we get to see a Lunar Eclipse everywhere in Ireland. When the Full Moon moves into the shadow of the Earth the direct light of the Sun is prevented from getting to the surface of the Moon. But because light bends in our atmosphere some secondary Sunlight will touch the Full Moon and this is how it gets a red colour. It all happens in the south west just before Sunrise / Moonset and it is all accompanied by Uranus (not a naked eye object), Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, the Milky Way and Tlachtga (Antares Bright Star) - Tlachtga is a super giant red star and sets near and at the same time as the Blood Moon. The Sun rises with the Pleiades aka the Seven Sisters just behind it. What a fantastic eclipse morning it promises to be if we are lucky and there is no cloud cover! Please send in any pictures and we will share them with all friends of the Celtic Druid Temple giving credit to the photographer unless anonymity is preferred.
This paper is written as a warning guide to help Seekers avoid the traps of the many ‘new age bandits of the path’. There are many different new age bandit groups, sometimes they merge for a performance, to support each other in their cultural misappropriation and to shout down and insult whistleblowers. They use a mix of terms to try and prove that they are genuine of which perhaps the best known or most repeated is their claim of “the old religion”. The ‘old religion’ is what ever they claim/want it to be to legitimise their methods or demands. But what they are actually refering to is the various stained and co-opted bits and pieces of the ancient Hebrew Tradition of the Kabballa. It has many spells, spellings and levels of comprehension, but it is a desert philosophy from the middle east and not from the temperate rainforest of Ireland and it is not Celtic in any way. These new age bandits (NABs) also use the tradition of lineage to bump themselves up in importance and legitimacy - more on this fraudulent practice later.
It is from degraded aspects of this ancient Hebrew magical practice that the primary modern sub-groups (bandits) pretending to be Celtic have emerged. I refer to OBOD, Wicca and the Fellowship of Isis. A detailed report on their activities in 2018 but written in 2019 titled “STOPPING THE WICCAN BURNING CULT” and the history of how these three main groups of cultural bandits were born from Freemasonry (Kabballa practice) can be found on the homepage and in the library of celticdruidtemple.com
They share some common things that show them to have no real or true connection to the indigenous Celtic Path. Perhaps their biggest is their interpolation (unprovenanced creation) of “cross quarter” days to hold their pretended ‘Celtic’ performances.
Interpolation is (a) the insertion of something of a different nature into something else. The insertion of an intermediate value or term into a series by estimating or calculating it from surrounding known values and (b) a remark interjected in a conversation - "as the evening progressed their interpolations became more ridiculous" and (c) disconnected people agreeing that their notions are better than the methods of the ancestors because they say so! It is the use of a very big hammer to beat the square peg into the round hole until everyone involved agrees that square is the new round, totally Orwellian attitudes.
The ancient Celtic Eightfold Year emerged from and continued the practice of dating the main annual 8 festivals / holy days of the Tuatha De Dannan - this can also be written as the Iron Age festival dating methods were carried over from the preceeding Bronze Age peoples of Ireland, the names of the gods and heroes would change but the connection to the 4 bright stars did not. There was and is a very good reason for this long standing practice to be continued in today’s modern ‘Plastic Age’ if we wish to connect to that which our ancestors recognised and connected to. Archaeologists speak of the Bronze Age Tuatha De Dannan as the “Beaker People” and of the Iron Age Celts as the Milesians / Sons of Mil / Soldiers of Mil. The main Irish goddess of the Bronze Age was the White Cow and in the Iron Age the main goddess was the White Mare. Both Mare and Cow connect us to the Milky Way / Bealach na Bó Finne / the Way of the White Cow because it is the continuous stream of stars representing the unconditional life giving milk of the mother. This shift from cow to mare is the renaming of the primary goddess by a new culture but it is still the ‘white milk of the mother’. All ancient indigenous cultures have their own local white goddess figure, white camel, white buffalo and so on. Ours are the white mare and white cow - this leads us into sky and star group observations which in turn because of special high points create the eightfold calendar. That of course is unless you interpolate / make it up / pretend to have awareness - as is the way of the NABs!
The cultural link of the ancient bronze and iron age people to the indigenous starlore over this land was broken and much destroyed by the imperial church of fear that killed, burned and criminalised all indigenous practices associated with every knowledge system it did not control. But despite this - the stars still shine on us if we have eyes to see. The church of fear could not fully erase the natural calendar in Ireland but by using the Gregorian calander they displaced the festival dating of Imbolg to 1st of February, Bealtine to 1st of May, Lughnasa to 1st of August and of Samhain to 1st of November. The NABs used to observe the churches displaced dating until a few years ago when unrestrained interpolation created new dates now called ‘cross quarter’ festivals. Mathematics are the scientific method used by NABs set the dates for their fake Celtic Festivals! The NABs simply take the date for Winter Solstice and the date for the Spring Equinox and measure the midpoint to declare their approved cross quarter of Imbolg! This is repeated for Bealtine, Lughnasa and for Samhain. The problem is that the NABs having escaped from fake dating of the Irish Celtic Festivals by the church of fear have themselves deliberatly created a new synthetic festival calendar and thereby they knowingly lead new seekers astray. When I recently asked one of the NABs how he could claim the cross quarter dating of Bealtine as an astronomical event he went crazy with insults, accusations and nasty attempts to blacken my name! Interpolation is not astronomical, it is forced engineering creating a synthetic calendar and has many academically trained minds conspiring to defend it as they profit from theatrical performances on their cross quarter days with their cosplay clients...
I see or recognise one of the side effects of the fake NAB calendar dating system is that many people who get involved will do so in full fluffy fantasy mode. Many will wear fake pointy ears, hold angry defiant poses for photographers, parade in Jedi wucky costumes, do pow wow in war bonnets of feathers, wave flags with Hindu Om symbols, prance about in harem pants, dress up as Vikings or TV personalities and so on - none of which are Celtic in any way. This is called ‘cosplay’ and is a side effect of tv mind or movie mind which itself is a hugh fantasy disconnect from our ancient holy days. Maybe such cosplay is the result or reward of such synthetic cross quarterism for the interpolaters...
In the report titled “STOPPING THE WICCAN BURNING CULT” the history of how these three main groups of cultural bandits were born from Freemasonry (Kabballa practice) makes it abundantly clear the the NABs are not Celtic. Yet they try to present as Celtic, old religion etc because of the shame of being outed with Masonic lineage! They steal from our heritage and add it to their desert philosophy trying to gain greater public acceptance as indigenous or Celtic. I see their fulfilling of their lineage needs with fake heritage as declaring that they do not stand in their own truth and therefore they do not and cannot have true connection to the higher awareness of any Celtic tradition. But the NABs cherry pick directly from my indigenous research and my sharing of heritage discoveries and add it to their hollow practices. Many friends have pointed out to me the numerous instances of the NABs presenting my work as their own. They incorporate things I share but they do not or cannot let these new things be associated with my name! Some might say that plagiarism is a compliment and no advertising is bad etc but the bandits get it wrong, they do not let go of bad notions / foreign practices etc instead they just add stolen bits to their mix and mash and keep the money flowing - these fraudlent actions are what makes the new age bandits into ‘cult’.
With all the above info and understanding it may be true to say that I expect that the NABs will hold on very tightly to their synthetic cross quarter interpolation festival calendar because (a) it makes them profit (b) their ego’s get glory (c) they would be exposed as frauds if they began to use recovered starlore to correctly date the timing for all Celtic Festivals of the Eightfold Year.
It is my hope that some people who read this paper will recognise the hollow fraudent nature of the engineers of the ‘Cross Quarter Cosplay Cult’ synthetic system and step away from the darkside as they continue to seek the Light of a true Celtic Path.
Beltine is not a Cross Quarter event. Beltine is not May Day. Beltine is not a catholic Gregorian calendar event either. Beltine is an expression and celebration of our cultural relationship to this land and its relationship with the bright star of the Great Bull as it sets just after the Sun has set. This special setting is helical which means that the star flashes brightly just before it too disappears into the underworld. This helical setting of the bright star (the eye of the great bull) gives us the timing for starting new adventures just as it did for our ancestors. The timing for Imbolg, Lughnasa and Samhain are also connected to bright stars in the Zodiac and it is the helical setting of these bright stars that determines the timing for their celebrations. All part of the online course here.
A Cross Quarter event is an intellectual abstraction of interpolated mid points. It cannot be conflated with Beltine. Beltine is celebrated as a time of heightened spiritual connection and readiness for new adventures. The ceremonies of Beltine are living expressions of who we are in relation to Nature and the cycles of time. The timing for the cultural celebration of Beltine is intrinsically linked with Bile. Who Bile was to our ancestors and who Bile is to us today is what Celtic Druid Temple seeks to explore, express and celebrate.
If the star stories of your ancestors were taken from you, they can be reclaimed. On this land we still have access to the places our ancestors observed the stars from. To sit in or upon a sacred site and watch the passage of the stars above you is to relearn who you are in relation to the world. When this is done together we begin to recognize patterns and our ancestors smile upon us as they watch us take on the great task of reweaving our own star lore.
The claim on an fb page - “An astronomical event known as a cross-quarter day, Bealtaine marks the halfway point between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice. Nowadays Bealtaine is most commonly celebrated on the 1st of May, although the actual astronomical event falls on the 5th of May this year.”
I asked - Please explain how "the actual astronomical event falls on the 5th of May" is calculated, astronomically speaking?
The reply was -
As I am sure you well know... Nowadays, Cross Quarter events/moments are interpolated as the split or bisector in degrees along the ecliptic between Solstices and Equinoxes which this year happens at 12:25 on May 5th. As for how the ancients calculated it ? Given the Irish weather, I'd say Good Vibes & Intuition. . . "astronomically speaking" of course
My reply was -
I only wanted to know how you can declare that "the actual astronomical event falls on the 5th of May". Astronomy is the measurement of the stars – a very definite mathematical discipline that until a few hundred years ago was part of Astrology which is the knowledge of the stars. You do not tell me how the stars or even which star/s were measured to set the date of 5th of May but you claim that there is an “actual astronomical event” to set the date of 5th of May. Your response includes your unsubstantiated claim that “As I am sure you well know…” - but I do not know how anyone can measure any star on the apparent path of the Sun among the constellations to set the date of the 5th of May as Bealtine. This is why I asked my question.
You do not explain how it happens at 12:25 either. Instead you interpolate which means “the insertion of something of a different nature into something else” as the basis for your “nowadays” calculations. This open declaration by you shows that you do not know “how the ancients calculated it (ie the true date for Bealtine)” because you state - “I'd say Good Vibes & Intuition” . . . "astronomically speaking" of course” thereby openly insulting the methodology of our wise ones and their advanced techniques because “Good Vibes & Intuition” are not, never were and can never be the basis for any calculations of the stars.
Your claim that your modern interpolation of mathematical calculations are superior to the wise ones knowledge of the stars to connect with the Eightfold Year of the Sun unless substantiated is beyond arrogance. Our ancestors were celebrating something way beyond your intellectual abstraction of interpolated mid points.
I attach a pic of the day sky with Sun glare removed as if you were looking at the sky from Tara at 12:25 on the 5th of May 2022. I do not see any “astronomical event” to determine the timing for Bealtine, even at 15* Taurus. Can you advise?
Another person replies to my question -
“it's 15° Taurus, like Samhain is 15° Scorpio”.
My reply -
What is at 15* Taurus that creates an astronomical event? Have a look at the attached graphic and help me to identify which star is being used in relation to how to determine Bealtine, please. Do you know that in Astronomy (the measurement of the stars) that Scorpio really only occupies 6* of the Zodiac? This is different to Astrology (the knowledge of the stars) where is it allowed to occupy 30* by incorporating all of the lost 13th sign…
The First Nations people of ‘America’ use the term “plastic shaman” to describe people who express / misrepresent their old indigenous culture with a syncretic approach, ignoring the given wisdom of tradition keepers and even claiming to know better that the actual people on the true indigenous Path. We might speak of ‘cherry picking’ or ‘cultural appropriation’ or even ‘complete misrepresentation’ for entertainment / commercial purposes / narcissistic glory by groups such as the 'wiccan burning cult' - https://www.celticdruidtemple.com/members-library1.html
In Turtle Island (America) the indigenous people have set up a list of ‘plastic shamans’ that is quite extensive and focused on exposing the fraud of those who steal the knowledge of the Path. Wiccanising our living heritage may be the greatest spiritual wrong being done in Ireland at this time. The Masonic Obods taking bits and pieces of our Irish indigenous practice adding it to their ineffective Kabbala practice really shows their emptiness. My own work regularly gets plagiarized and re-posted by people I do not know on the internet without acknowledgment – my work is often claimed as the work of another… I was even asked once by a plagiariser to prove that the article in question was actually mine!
What can be done? I do not want to hear that any publicity is good publicity or that plagiarism is a compliment or that I’m reaching a greater audience and so on… because the plagiarizer takes the teachings I give and uses them out of context to gain adherents to the plagiariser. What I mean by “What can be done” is how do true seekers get some protection from the thieves of truth by those who actually walk an Irish Celtic Path?
Hidden inside the brightness of the light from the Sun is the mystery of the cosmic dance of the planets, comets and the bright stars of the belt of the zodiac. This is also how our ancestors calculated the timing for Beltine - the flash of the star Bilé after Sunset just before Bilé also sets in to underworld...
All part of our Slí an Druí homestudy course (places available) and our Slí an Druí Celtic Spirituality Weekend (course full)...
Beltine Blessings to all, a great time to start a new adventure!
The Druí of Celtic Druid Temple will celebrate the Full Moon with ceremony this Saturday the 16th of April at 8pm at Tara, Temple Crom and at 7pm in Vienna, Austria. You can read more about joining our Full Moon ceremony on our website here. We will also celebrate Beltine with members of Celtic Druid Temple at solar noon on Saturday the 30th of April. Full newsletter including information on our upcoming Beltine ceremony, sacred fire workshop, Ardee Bog Ceremony and our weekend of celtic spirituality can be found here.
Hi to all our members and friends,
The Druí of Celtic Druid Temple will celebrate the Full Moon with ceremony this Friday the 18th of March at 8pm at Tara, Temple Crom and at 7pm in Vienna, Austria. You can read more about joining our Full Moon ceremony on our website here.
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Mayo - St Pinocchio or St Patrick???
Saint Patrick's Day is an Irish bank and public holiday held on March 17th every year, relating to Saint Patrick who made all the Irish become Catholic CE 400 by using shamrocks... so we are told… but historians agree that the man who did this great conversion by bringing the Catholic religion to Ireland was called Palladius (who was married with children), he was most definitely not named Patrick, nor was he Irish and there were no snakes in Ireland for either he or Patrick to eradicate and neither he or Patrick ever mentions shamrocks. As the current calendar is less than 250 years in use it cannot be used to establish dates in the early medieval period so it is highly unlikely that he died on March 17th 460ad. So, what is his true story?
The saint called Paddy/Pat/Patrick was not Irish. Historians agree that Patrick was born in 373 CE giving two possible locations – Dumbarton in Scotland or on the west coast of Roman Britain i.e. Wales. The Romans are said to have exited Britain by 410 CE. Patrick eventually retired to Glastonbury, England, where he died at the age of one hundred and eleven on the 17 March, 460 A.D. These dates do not add up; 460 – 373 = only 87 years of age, so was he 87 or 111 years old when he died? It depends on which spin you read… The man who is so well known to us as St Patrick was originally called - Maewyn Succat or Magonus Saccatus Patricius. His father Calpurnius, had been a deacon and a decurion and his grandfather was a priest, his mother was called Conchessa.
Pope Celestine gave Maewyn Succat or Magonus Saccatus the name of Patrick. The Pope gave him the mission of bringing the Catholic Faith to Ireland. He gave him many relics and other spiritual gifts, and gave him the name "Patercius" or "Patritius". This name is derived from two Latin words pater civium meaning the father of his people. The designation is like Patricus, a Latin / Roman upper class name similar to Patrician. Rome had three classes – Patrician, Plebeian and Paganus. Patrician was the ruling class, while Plebeian was the working and middle class leaving Paganus to be the name / rank for all those who did not obey the rule of Rome.
We are told that he was taken into slavery at 16 years of age and sold in Ireland where he worked as a sheepherder for 6 years but sheep did not exist back then – so he would have been a goatherder... It was during his time as a slave sheep / goat minder that he began to have religious visions. These visions re-enforced (so we are told) his Catholic Faith. During one of these visions he heard voices that told him where he could find a getaway ship. He escaped, went to France where he became a priest and later on he returned to France to become a bishop.
He also burned many Druid books if his confessions are to be believed. 150 Druid Books were burned and on Tara he caused a competition with a Druid Book and the Bible to be thrown into a barrel of water – needless to say the Druid Book sank proving that the Bible was a better book. But hang on, we are repeatedly told that the Druids did not have books!
He also prayed for an old Druid to die – we are told that Arch-Druid Lochru was lifted up high in the air but Patrick knelt in prayer and the Druid fell and was dashed to pieces upon a rock. St Patrick is said to have caused the murders of almost eight hundred Druids. The folk tale of a she-beast called Caoranach that he banished to an island in the middle of Lough Derg in Donegal is accompanied by the tale of a woman who followed him very closely and that after he had banished the she-beast, this woman was never seen again... The pilgrimage today to the retreat centre on Lough Derg is a trick for the followers of this St Patrick religion because it is on the wrong island… the Pagan cave temple on the island that the Catholic Church tried to use was not hospitable to them so them moved their Purgatory to another island in the same lake and achieved some commercial success for a while.
There is a story about Patrick and two Pagan Celtic Princesses – “He also caused two young princesses to die at the Ogulla Well, aka Cliabach Well. Here he baptised Eithne and Fidelma, daughters of King Laoghaire of Tara. They were attending the great Druid school of Cashel Manannáin at Rathcroghan. The two sisters were washing when St. Patrick came upon them. He told them that the only way to see God is after death. St. Patrick then baptized them after which they both died. Not a good plan – this seems to be a cover story for something else.” We are led to believe that Eithne and Fidelma died so they could enter heaven. A church in Tulsk nearby is named after them. Hang on a bit! Two young high-status female Druí Daltaí (student druids) suddenly died after a ‘blessing’ by a christian priest… only a few miles from their Druid school?
We are told – https://sites.google.com/site/catholictopics/s_patrick_and_ireland/eithne-and-fidelma “And so there, within sight of the palace of Cuachan, Patrick baptised them with the waters of the Well of Cliabach. Eithne and Fidelma remained for a while on their knees, deep in prayer. A rough stone altar was made ready and Patrick prepared to say Mass. Before the Mass began the two girls came forward again, saying, "We wish to consecrate ourselves as Spouses of Christ". Patrick received their vows and placed over them the Veil – the first consecrated virgins in Ireland. Then they wished to see the Face of Christ. But Patrick replied, “You cannot do that, until you have tasted the Sacrifice and passed through the Door of Death”. “We desire these things” they replied. Patrick offered the Sacrifice and gave them the Holy Eucharist. Then they closed their eyes, and then they died.”
Ah come on – why would two Pagan princesses - Eithne the Red and Fidelma the Fair, studying at a Druid school (under royal patronage) suddenly want to be spouses / wives of Christ? Why are we told that these two female Druids became Nuns who were automatically brides of Christ in a polygamous marriage that could never be consummated? Why were Virgins marrying a dead man? How come they died after eating Patrick’s sacrament?
Maybe the story needs an outside perspective – two young Princesses: Eithne and Fidelma who were being fostered (living with high status as guests) with Druids Mael and Coplait were attending the great Druid school of Cashel Manannáin at Rathcroghan attended by their armed guards were at the Cliabach Well washing themselves. They are claimed by the church as being among the first converts by Patrick to his tradition. The druid school they were attending is named after the Gaelic version of the sea god that is best known today as Neptune. The school is still visible as raised banks on the west side of Glenballythomas at Cruachan / Rath Croghan near Tulsk in Co Roscommon.
At that time of Eithne and Fidelma, daughters of King Laoghaire of Tara death by baptism the native laws aka Fenechus / Gael Law (aka Brehon law) would have demanded King Laoghaire of Tara seek recompense from who ever was responsible because under Celtic Laws 'whether by accident or by design' his two daughter were dead! But shush! the story was written long after it was supposed to have taken place and really it is just more fake church history.
The designation or title of ‘saint’ for this Patrick has never been acknowledged by any of the Roman Catholic Popes. The Irish church tells us that it was by public acclimation that Patrick got this title. Yet this is just spin. He was called Naomh, which means holy, just as Brigid was holy (ie Naomh) but by being in control of the native language the church changed the meaning of many words and Naomh changed from being holy to being saint. When this happened, no one could say anything because the church wielded the power of life and death and social ostracisation / excommunication against its detractors. Today, we are told that the head of Patrick, like that of Columcille and Brigid rest in a Jesuit Church in Portugal. Their 3 bodies are buried in Downpatrick in the North of Ireland.
Stories claim that when he was 60 years old, St. Patrick choose to go back to Ireland, the land of his slave years - to give the Gael the Catholic word. This was a very advanced age for the time and today the equivalent age may be near 90. His charisma converted many people and in the written records the church scribes tell us that he used the three-leafed shamrock to share the idea of father, son and holy spirit make God. In Ireland, we have five types of 3-leaf-clovers - trifolium dubium (lesser trefoil), trifolium repens (white clover), medicap lupulina (black medick), oxalis acetosella (wood sorrel) and trifolium pratense (red clover). These 5 trefoils have easy to spot differences and most could be found anywhere on the Island but St Patrick never even mentions one of them. Think about this – Patrick never mentions Shamrocks or Seamrogs once, never.
The Irish word for Shamrock is “seamrog” and it means “summer plant”. It grows in the wild all over the northern hemisphere, at high altitudes in the tropics and even in Africa and believe it or not even in South America. Many of these countries have snakes, some of which are huge, others deadly. The type of shamrock given by our Taoiseach to the US president is originally from Morocco, but don’t tell either of them.
Because there is no mention of the three-leaf clover / shamrock in Patrick’s writings we can conclude that this claimed association is quite simply modern propaganda by his promoters. The first written reference to shamrocks in conjunction with St Patrick was made in 1571; over a thousand years after St. Patrick had passed over. The Seamróg became the badge of St Patrick’s Day in 1681 in America. The first written record of the shamrock being a symbol of the Catholic Trinity appears in 1727. So it can be easily understood that the myth of St Patrick had a shamrock symbol added to it only a few hundred years ago – it may be obvious to some that this was a commercialisation tactic as well as displacement of native practices honouring the Spring Equinox.
The shamrock is not the official symbol of Ireland – this honour is reserved for the Celtic Harp. The shamrock now represents the culture of the Catholic Church hero of St Patrick. The shamrock became a symbol of rebellion against the oppression of Queen Victoria, who made it a capital crime (punishable by death) to wear the shamrock. This was probably the most influential reason for the worldwide adoption by Irish people and their sympathisers of the Shamrock as a symbol of Irishness.
Legend has it that Saint Patrick drove all the snakes out of Ireland -- that they all went into the sea and drowned. There is no reason to believe there were actually any snakes in Ireland ever. There is no archaeological proof of snakes anywhere in Ireland at any time in the past. As this knowledge becomes more available we got fed the notion in to our mainstream consciousness that “this is probably an allegory for the driving out of paganism (snakes were a revered pagan symbol in some places)”. But this is just not so for Ireland, there were not and are not any snakes in Ireland so adding in bits of foreign snake lore is just disinformation.
The famous mountain of Croagh Patrick or as its more commonly known in Ireland “The Reek” was a place of Pagan Pilgrimage long before the Christians became Catholic in 325ad. It is a round cone shaped mountain that looks like a pyramid from a distance. This holy mountain is quartzite with seams of gold throughout, it sits on the western seaboard overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the setting Sun.
Croagh Patrick aka the Reek was once know as Cruchan Aigli or in English; Eagle Mountain, it is 2510 feet above sea level. It has always been a holy place with pilgrimage on the last Sunday of July (during Catholic times), which is of course the wrong day as the Sun magic happens later in the month but the plan was to disconnect the people from the Sun and connect them to a foreign religion. This last Sunday of the month of July is now used because of traditional connection to Lughnasa, the harvest festival of Lugh, a bright god of the Tuatha De Dannan and in his day it may have been called Cnoc Lugh. Archaeological investigations backed up by excavations show that a hill fort with stone ramparts and dwellings and 30 hut sites are to be found on the top of the Reek. There are ancient cooking sites, megalithic tombs, standing stones, burial mounds, ringforts and today’s’ modern Catholic Church. I doubt that many Catholic Pilgrims know that this holy mountain was sacred to Lugh or before that to the great fertility god Crom. Its old name of Eagle Mountain may refer to the practice of excarnation, de-fleshing of the dead by carrion birds before burning of the remains and finally – internment of the remaining bones in an earthen mound. This practice was not uncommon in prehistoric times.
It was on this holy mountain that St Patrick supposedly did his greatest magic – when he summoned a great host of loathsome and venomous creatures and then commanded them to cast themselves over the edge of the mountain, thus freeing the Irish countryside from all kinds of reptiles. This included dragons, snakes and all types of reptiles, none of which ever existed in Ireland. We are told that St Patrick did this by verbal command. The actual truth is that there were no snakes in Ireland and long after he was dead and his head was gone into Jesuit care somebody just added this trick to St Patrick’s name. It was as if the Pagan traditions were still so strong with the Lughnasa pilgrimage to the Reek in August that something had to be done to displace the old ways and such a fantastic story as dragon/snake banishing fitted the bill. It had to be long after St Patrick’s death or else everyone would know it was just made up fantasy.
So, St Patrick’s famous mountain was the most revered place of pilgrimage to the Pagan God Lugh. Hang on a minute – there were no snakes to be banished and he never mentions shamrocks in his writings, no Pope would call him saint and his most famous site is a place of ancient Pagan Pilgrimage! Maybe there was something else that was being occulted from our view by those who would impose a foreign religion on the indigenous practices of our people. The Catholic Church displaced the Pagan Pilgrimage for Lugh with their last Sunday in July, but the holy mountain was seen as holy before they came and will be seen as holy when they are gone too.
The conclusion offered is that this legend of Patrick was fabricated because he did not bring the Catholic faith or Christian beliefs to Ireland, he wasn’t Irish, it is highly unlikely that he could live to be 111 years of age when the usual life expectancy was maybe 40/50ish, he was given immense powers of travelling the entire country building churches and digging wells, killing dragons, snakes and reptiles that did not exist, burning 150 Druid books that did not exist, praying for old Arch Druids to die, killing or causing 800 Druids to be killed, having a female follower who was close to him disappear linked to a she-beast story, causing two princesses to die by his baptism, he never mentions shamrocks in his writings and he was given the totem of a shamrock long after he was dead, his title is not recognized by the leader of his own religion because no Pope would call him a saint and his fabricated importance was set up to displace a Pagan God. His most famous place was and is sacred to the Pagan God Lugh where we can still see incredible Sun and Landscape magic as our ancestors did. The reality today is that on the 17th of March many rivers are dyed green and people wear funny green hats and drink far too much alcohol especially green beer and pretend to be Irish. Do people make drunken fools of themselves on this day because they reckon that is what St Patrick did? He has out lived his usefulness to the Church that fabricated him and has become an alcoholic embarrassment for them – he is now a champion golem to excess commercialism, this is today’s true story of St Patrick.
an old essay refined Earrach 2018
From Irish Medieval History at https://www.facebook.com/Medieval.Ireland/posts/897375146972947:0
Saintly misconceptions - St. Patrick was not Irish, St George was not English and St Andrew was not Scottish. St. David of Wales is the only patron saint who is a native. Every so often one comes across articles which erroneously claim that St. Patrick’s nationality was Welsh, English or British in spite of the fact that Wales and England did not exist in St. Patrick’s time. He was a Romano-Briton meaning he came from a Roman family living in Roman colonial Britain.
Similar maladroitness has led some to claim that St. Patrick did not bring Christianity to Ireland that this honour was achieved by Palladius. Therefore we should be celebrating St. Palladius Day on March 17th. In reality there were two St. Patricks and neither of them brought Christianity to Ireland! Here is the evidence.
The great Irish historian T. F. O'Rahilly's "Two Patricks" theory was first posited in a lecture in 1942 where he playfully stoked controversy in order the initiate academic debate. O'Rahilly like many scholars before noted that a contemporary continental chronicler named Prosper of Aquitaine wrote that Palladius was sent as the first bishop of the Irish by the pope to Ireland in 431AD. Yet tradition tells us that Patrick was ordained bishop and sent to Ireland to convert the Irish in 432AD. O'Rahilly was intimating that the histories of two men had been confused and folded together. The Irish writers of the lives of St. Patrick say, that St. Palladius had preached in Ireland a little before St. Patrick, but that he was soon banished by the king of Leinster and returned to North Britain.
Scottish church tradition holds that he presided over a Christian community there for around 20 years but the Irish Vita Tripartita (The Tripartite Life of Saint Patrick) states that he died at Cell Fine (thought to be modern-day Killeen Cormac, County Kildare), where he left his books, together with a writing tablet and relics of Peter and Paul. Alban Butler, citing Hector Boethius and Camden, says that he died at Fordun, fifteen miles south of Aberdeen about the year 450.
Neither Palladius nor his mission is mentioned in official Roman sources and references to Palladius in later Irish documents derive either from the Chronicle Prosper of Aquitaine or from Book I of Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People dating from 731AD, who also used Prosper as the source of his information. In another entry, written in the later 430s, Prosper appears to allude again to the mission of Palladius in his polemical tract known as Contra Collatorem. He refers to Pope Celestine as having made Britain ("the Roman island") Catholic, while making Ireland ("the barbarous island") Christian. This was in reference, in the first instance, to an earlier episode, in 429, when Pope Celestine dispatched Germanus, bishop of Auxerre, to Britain in order to combat a recent recrudescence of the heresy known as Pelagianism. That mission (again according to Prosper) had been undertaken at the instigation of a deacon named Palladius, who is undoubtedly identical with the man of that name sent to Ireland in 431. It is generally assumed that the mission to Ireland in 431 followed on from the one to Britain in 429, on the basis that the ecclesiastical authorities in Rome would probably have feared for the orthodoxy of any fledgling Christian community in Ireland because of its geographical proximity to the compromised Christians of Britain. It is assumed also that Palladius was, by whatever means, familiar with the situation in Ireland.
When knowledge is absent we fill the gaps with assumptions but the reality is that outside of the references of Prosper of Aquitaine the information is not reliable. Historians consider Prosper of Aquitaine to be a more reliable source of information than the traditional views of the Irish or British because Prosper is neutral. He has nothing to gain and no national cause to promote in relation to these two individuals.
So what exactly did Prosper write? He states in his chronicle entry for the year 431AD “Ad Scotum in Christum credentes ordinatur a Papa Celestino Palladius et primus episcopus mittitur”.
Translated as “To the Irish believing in Christ, Pope Celestine sends Palladius as the first Bishop”.
In plain language Prosper tells us that there were Christians in Ireland before the arrival of Palladius and Patrick, so neither of them were first to bring Christianity to Ireland!
Patrick himself would be allowed to judge all the Irish people on the Last Day...
Patrick, Patron of Ireland
The work of a missionary from somewhere in the west of Britain was crucial to the conversion of Ireland to the Christian faith in the 5th centuryAD. He was a Romanised Celt called Patricius, son of a deacon and grandson of a priest. At the age of sixteen he was seized by an Irish raiding party near his home and brought across the sea to this country, where he was sold as a slave. After several years herding animals in lonely places, he managed to escape, and made his way to the Continent, where he studied for the priesthood. One night in his sleep he dreamed that a voice called to him to return to Ireland and to 'walk once more amongst us'. The compassionate and determined way in which he answered that mystical request has caused him to be known and loved ever since as Naomh Padraig, or Saint Patrick, patron of Ireland.
We know this much of his life-story from one of the few documents written by Patrick himself, his Confessio. But, unfortunately, we know little else of the precise details of his actual mission, for he gives but very scant detail of either time or place. To him his work was principally a spiritual task, the gaining of souls for God, and thus he wrote in a private rather than an annalistic mode. Traditionally the dates 432 AD to 461 AD have been given for his mission in Ireland, and there is little doubt but that his feast-day, March 17, was the date of his death. Although there were some scattered Christian communities in Ireland before his arrival, it is clear that the impetus for the general change to Christianity throughout the land was due to him personally and to his work.
Almost two hundred years after his time, two biographies of him were written, by monks called Muirchú and Tíreachán. Both of these were acquainted with the writings of the saint himself and also with some traditions concerning him. But they invented much, and borrowed material from the Bible and other early Christian literature in order to portray him as a special prophet sent by God to the Irish people. As a result, modern scholars regard these and later mediaeval biographies of the saint as having no historical value, except for the study of how legends develop around the name of a famous person.
These fanciful texts do, however, have some curious accounts which seem to echo the preaching of Patrick himself. For instance, in the Confessio he contrasted the idols of the pagan Irish to the true 'light' of Christianity. He criticised in particular the belief in the divinity of the sun, claiming that 'its brilliance will not endure', and that those who worship it will be punished; and insisted instead on the worship of Christ, 'the true sun who will never perish, nor will anyone who does His will'. It is interesting to note that both Muirchú and Tíreachán tell a story of a fire-ordeal by which the saint showed the superior power of Christianity over that of a pagan druid. According to the story, a servant of Patrick emerged unscathed from the ordeal, being untouched by the fires of paganism, whereas his opponent was totally consumed by the fire of the Christian faith.
In the Confessio, Patrick repeatedly refers to the great 'gift' he has received - meaning the conversion of the Irish people - and remarks that 'whether I receive good or ill, I return thanks equally to God'. Curiously, Muirchú relates a story of how a powerful pagan called Dáire sent a cauldron to Patrick as a gift, but the saint uttered no more than a single word of thanks. The pagan was incensed at this, and had the cauldron taken back, but Patrick expressed the same word of gratitude again. This caused the pagan to reconsider his position, and he gave the cauldron to Patrick to keep, as well as a site on which to build a church at Armagh. It is interesting to note that Dáire was an alternate name for the Celtic father-deity who was more usually referred to as the 'Daghdha', the bountiful god who gave to all from his great cauldron. Since Patrick preached that the Christian God was the true giver of good fortune, it may well be that this story sprang from a confused memory of such teaching.
The most striking story from these early biographies describes Patrick as lighting the first Paschal fire in Ireland. As an account, it is full of high drama. We are told that the High-King Laoghaire had the custom of lighting a fire at the royal centre of Tara on a certain night and that nobody else should kindle theirs before he did so. Patrick had come to the hill of Slane nearby, however, and when Laoghaire saw a fire lighting there he was outraged and ordered that the transgressor appear before him. Then Patrick came to Tara as a great Christian hero, and the High-King and all the royal forces were confounded by his miraculous power.
Several great contests between Patrick and the pagan druids are described, contests in which dramatic changes of climate and environment are brought about by magic and miracles. The saint, of course, triumphs in all of these tussles, which occur in the presence of the High-King at Tara and of all the royal court. The substance of these narratives was borrowed from passages in Christian literature, and it is clear that Patrick was being portrayed as a kind of new Moses triumphing over the Irish potentates, who have all the marks of the Pharaoh and other Biblical tyrants. Indeed, just as Moses caused water to spring from rock at a stroke of his staff, so Patrick is said to have caused holy wells to spring up at different places so as to facilitate the baptism of his converts.
The earliest biographies described the mission of Patrick as taking place in the northern half of the country, but around the 9th century a third account of him was written which extended his mission to the south. As well as the bishopric at Armagh, it was further claimed that he founded the bishopric at Cashel, which rivalled the former in prestige. There is little doubt but that all such accounts of his activities were closely connected with the claims and counter-claims of the two leading power-groups of the period, the Uí Néill dynasty in the north and the Eoghanacht dynasty in the south.
In the 9th century literature we also find the beginning of a celebrated tradition concerning St Patrick. This claims that he spent forty days and nights fasting on top of the mountain of Croagh Patrick in Co. Mayo, and that God became worried lest he might die and thereby leave his mission unaccomplished. The Supreme Being therefore asked him to abandon his fast, but Patrick would only do so on three conditions - that the Irish people would not live permanently under oppression, that the country would be submerged seven years before the end of the world and so be spared the final devastation, and that Patrick himself would be allowed to judge all the Irish people on the Last Day. This tradition, which has Patrick as the special champion of the Irish, persisted down through the centuries and gave consolation to the people in times of misery and distress.
The best-known of all traditions concerning the saint seems not to have originated until the 11th century, when it first appears in biographies of him. This is the belief that he banished the snakes from Ireland. The indications are that this idea was suggested by the many accounts of how the saint banished the 'demons of paganism', and that it was borrowed specifically from a similar motif in the biography of St Honoratus, founder of the island-monastery of Lérins in France where Patrick is said to have studied. The fact that there were no snakes in Ireland was well known from antiquity, and indeed was referred to by the Graeco- Roman writer Solinus two hundred years before Patrick was born.
Later still is the association of the shamrock with him. It was customary in Ireland to use the shamrock as an aperitif, and the placing of some sprigs of it in a toast was no doubt the origin of 'drowning the shamrock on the feast day' of the saint. The actual wearing of the shamrock as a badge on St Patrick's Day is hardly more than a few centuries old, but old enough for some creative mind to notice that its trefoil stem offered a neat parallel to the Christian mystery of the Trinity. Thus we are told that Patrick, being exasperated in his efforts to impress this doctrine on his Irish audience, stooped down and picked up the shamrock, explaining that just as three leaves can spring from one stem so also there are three persons in one God.
The Irish people, however, have not confined their fascination with St Patrick to environmental and theological legends. Down through the centuries they have invented many other stories of a curious and sometimes humorous nature. He is said, for instance, to have met survivors of the epical heroes of old Irish tradition, the Fianna, and to have obtained baptism posthumously for their fellows. It is also claimed that he blessed and cursed various parts of the country, depending on the preferences of the storytellers, and that he ordered that tavern-keepers should always give extra value for money on the day of his feast!
So Patrick, the slave-boy forcibly brought here from abroad, has become to many generations of Irish people the epitome of all that they considered best in their culture - a courageous and protective figure, proficient in miracles, scrupulous in teaching, but full of human kindness and with his own puckish sense of humour.
St Patrick's Day has always had a special meaning for the Irish. The national holiday, which falls on March 17, is an occasion of great celebration not only for the native Irish themselves but also for many- thousands of people of Irish background throughout the world. While the principal parade in Ireland is in Dublin, many cities and towns throughout the country hold parades. Parades and marching band competitions have become the order of the day, and participants come from all over the United States, Canada, Britain and Continental Europe, to join in the festivities. Word of the fun has spread to such an extent that nowadays the period of celebration has increased to a week.
St Patrick kills Druids...
ST. PATRICK AND THE DRUIDS.
Let us see what the biographers of St. Patrick have to relate about the Druids.
A work published at St. Omer, in 1625, by John Heigham, has this story:--"One day as the Saint sayd masse in the sayd church, a sacrilegious magitian, the child of perdition, Stood without, and with a rodd put in at the window, cast down the chalice, and shed the holy sacrament, but God without delay severely punished so wicked a sacrilege, for
the earth opening his mouth after a most strange manner devoured the magitian, who descended alive downe to hell."
Again:--"A certain magitian that was in high favour with the King, and whome the King honoured as a god opposed himself against S. Patricke, even in the same kin that Simon Magus resisted the apostle S. Peter; the miserable wretch being elevated in the ayre by the ministery of Devils, the King and the people looked after him as if he were to scale the heavens, but the glorious Saint, with the force of his fervent prayers, cast him downe unto the ground where dashing his head against a hard flint, he rêdred up his wicked soule as a pray to the infernnall Fiendes."
The Triptartite Life of St. Patrick relates:--"Laeghaire MacNeill possessed Druids and enchanters, who used to foretell through their Druidism and through their paganism what was in the future for them." Coming to certain town, the Saint, according to history, "found Druids at that place who denied the Virginity of Mary. Patrick blessed the ground, and it swallowed up the Druids."
The book of 1625 is the authority for another story:--"Two magitians with their magicall charmes overcast all the region with a horrible darkness for the space of three dayes, hoping by that meanes to debar his (Patrick's enterance into the country." Again:--"Nine magitians conspired the Saint's death, and to have the more free accesse to him, they counterfeited thēselves to be monks putting on religious weeds; the Saint, by divine information, knew thē to be wolves wraped in sheeps cloathing; making, therefore, the signe of the crosse against the childrē of Satan, behould fire descended from Heaven and consumed them all nine." He is also reported to hay caused the death of 12,000 idolaters at Tara.
St. Patrick contended with the Druids before King
Laeghaire at Tara. One, Lochra, hardened the King's heart against the preaching; so "the Saint prayed that he might be lifted out and die, even as St. Peter had obtained the death of Simon Magus. In an instant Lochra was raised up in the air, and died, falling on a stone." This Lochra had, it is said, previously foretold the Saint's visit:--
"A Tailcenn (baldhead) will come over the raging sea,
With his perforated garments, his crook-headed staff,
With his table (altar) at the east end of his house,
And all the people will answer--'Amen! Amen!"
The authoress of Ireland, the Ur of the Chaldees, ventured to write:--"When the Apostle of Ireland went there, the people believed him, for he taught no new doctrine." She thought Druidism not very unlike Christianity. Dr. O'Donovan, upon the Four Masters, observes:--"Nothing is clearer than that Patrick engrafted Christianity on the pagan superstitions with so much skill that he won the people over to the Christian religion before they understood the exact difference between the two systems of beliefs; and much of this half pagan, half Christian religion will be found, not only in the Irish stories of the Middle Ages, but in the superstitions of the peasantry of the present day." Todd sees that worldly wisdom in "dedicating to a Saint the pillar-stone, or sacred fountain."
It is not necessary to discuss the question as to the individual Saint himself, around which so much controversy has raged. They who read theology between the lines of old Irish history may be induced to doubt whether such a person ever existed, or if he were but a Druid himself, such being the obscurity of old literature.
St. Bridget's early career was associated with the Druids. A miracle she wrought in the production of butter caused her Druidical master to become a Christian.
Colgan contended that St. Patrick, by "continually warring with Druids, exposed his body to a thousand kinds of deaths." In The Guardsman's Cry of St. Patric, which declares "Patric made this hymn," we are informed that it was "against incantations of false prophets, against black laws of hereticians, against surroundings of idolism, against spells of women, and of smiths, and of Druids."
The Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters mentions a number of stories relative to Irish Druids, then believed to have once ruled Erin. St. Patrick was a youthful slave to Milcho, a Druidical priest. Gradwell's Succat, therefore, says, "He must often have practised heathenish rites in the presence of his household, and thus excited the horror of his Christian slave."
St. Columba, the Culdee, was much the same as St. Patrick in his mission work, and his contests with Druids. He changed water into wine, stilled a storm, purified wells, brought down rain, changed winds, drove the devil out of a milk-pail, and raised the dead to life. All that tradition acknowledged as miraculous in the Druids was attributed equally to Columba as to Patrick.
Adamnan of Iona tells some strange stories of his master. One tale concerns Brochan the Druid. "On a certain day, Brochan, while conversing with the Saint, said to him, 'Tell me, Columba, when do you propose to set sail?' To which the Saint replied, 'I intend to begin my voyage after three days, if God permits me, and preserves my life.' Brochan then said, 'You will not be able, for I will make the winds unfavourable to your voyage, and I will create a great darkness over the sea."' The wind rose, and the
darkness came. But the Saint put off, and "the vessel ran against the wind with extraordinary speed, to the wonder of the large crowd."
The Saint wanted the Druid to release an Irish female captive, which he declined to do. But, says Adamnan, "an angel sent from heaven, striking him severely, has broken in pieces the glass cup which he held in his hand, and from which he was in the act of drinking, and he himself is left half dead." Then he consented to free the Irish girl, and Columba cured him of the wound.
My comment - Even if only one claim of murder is true = then Patrick could not be a saint.
(top picture from: http://www.historyireland.com/st-patrick/st-patrick-the-legend-and-the-bishop/ ) interesting story as well.
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Have you forgotten that it is
your mind, body and spirit
that they try to enslave to their needs???
1) catholick church claim
Unam Sanctam - This is the papal bull (public decree, letters patent, or charter issued by a pope aka church law) that was issued by Pope Boniface VIII on 18 Nov 1302CE. In this ‘bull’ the dogmatic propositions on the unity of the Catholic Church are declared, all people must belong or be owned / controlled by the church to gain eternal salvation, it declares the pope as the supreme head of the Church and that all people must submit to the pope, that all people must belong to the Church to attain salvation. The ‘Unam Sanctum’ declares the temporal as well as spiritual supremacy of the pope. This in effect is a church law that gives total power to their pope over all physical and all spiritual aspects of human life i.e. the pope owns your soul...
The original ‘Unam sanctam’ document is lost, but a version of the text can be found in the registers of Boniface VIII in the Vatican Archives. Because the original ‘Unam sanctam’ document cannot be produced it is void (not valid or legally binding) and their claim could not be defended in any court of law!
Pope Boniface VIII
The Papal Bull ‘Laudibiliter’ was apparently granted by Adrian IV to Henry II to become the lord of Ireland in approx 1155-60CE. But it was only in the year 1174CE that King Henry II first produced Laudabiliter which he said he got from Pope Adrian IV, permitting him to go to and rule over Ireland. It was many years after Adrian's death that a copy of the Laudabiliter first appeared in the Expugnatio Hibernica of Giraldus Cambrensis. Giraldus claims to have seen the original and presents a copy of it in his book ‘Expugnatio Hibernica’ around the year 1188CE. This is the only known copy and I believe it to be a forgery because there was no actual original. Dimock, who edited Qiraldi Cambrensis Opera, says that De Expugnatione Hiberniae (the book by Giraldus that includes his copy of Laudibiliter) is, in great measure, rather "a poetical fiction than a prosaic truthful history”. Many of Giraldus’s claims about Ireland are pure fantasy designed to legitimise Henry II in his ‘church approved’ control of Ireland.
Paraphrased, the terms of the Bull Laudabiliter are that: The Pope grants the King of England the right to "enter and take possession of" Ireland for God's honour and the welfare of Ireland. The Irish people are to accept the King of England with all honour and obey him dutifully as their liege lord, with the exception that the rights of the churches of Ireland are to be "inviolably preserved".The Papacy and Church of Rome are to receive one penny a year from each house in Ireland.The King of England is charged to improve the habits of the people of Ireland, particularly their lives, manners and conversation. The King of England is charged to ensure that the Christian Church is adopted by the people of Ireland, and the Christian faith "planted and increased".
There is no original Laudibiliter in the vatican archives. There is only the copy in the ‘poetical fiction’ book by Giraldus. Giraldus’s book is full of lies, distorted tales and wild fantasys all designed to empower Henry II to conquer Ireland in which the church is given a great deal... one penny / year / house for doing nothing.
Because the original ‘Laudibiliter’ document cannot be produced it is void (not valid or legally binding) and the claim of every english monarch to rule over Ireland with the popes approval could not be defended in any court of law!
This happened before ‘Unum sanctum’. But until the ‘Unam sanctam’ and the ‘Laudabiliter’ are successfully challenged in a court of law they have legal standing and thereby imperialism displaces indigenous practices.
Con Connor, senior Ard Druí /i\ with the Celtic Druid Temple challenged their odious imperial law system on the Hill of Tara at High Noon 23rd of April 2016 - see the video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjGZ_Ll0btQ and read the essays at
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2) big pharma seeks total ownership
The weaponised flu that is currently being used used to terrorise the people of the world has multiple agendas. One of these is the claim of many ‘axeene’s’ to cure it but it is repeatedly demonstrated that being ‘axed’ does not stop you getting the engineered long term health problem... But - included in their ‘axeene’ is rDNA. rDNA is Recombinant DNA, this is a technology that uses enzymes to cut and paste together DNA sequences of interest to big pharma. By interest you may understand that ownership and control and profit to big pharma are meant. Effectively they make up new DNA to replace the natural immune human system. This means that it is no longer ‘your DNA’ but instead big pharma can claim ownership...
All mRNA vaccines are types of vaccines that use copies of molecules called messenger RNA (mRNA) to produce a synthetic (unnatural) immune response. The vaccine delivers molecules of commercially produced mRNA into human immune cells and thereby changes ownership right from you to big pharma. This designed mRNA becomes a blueprint to build foreign (unnatural) protein that they claim would normally be produced by a virus. These unnatural protein molecules are claimed to stimulate an adaptive immune response that teaches the body to identify and destroy the corresponding virus.
The first human clinical trial using ex vivo dendritic cells transfected with mRNA encoding tumor antigens (therapeutic cancer mRNA vaccine) was started in 2001. Four years later, the successful use of modified nucleosides as a method to transport mRNA inside cells without setting off the body's defence system was reported. Clinical trial results of an mRNA vaccine directly injected into the body against cancer cells were reported in 2008. This is all about unnatural experimental mutation of the natural DNA in people and it is becoming very obvious that it is not a cure for anything as many of the vaccinated are catching the disease anyway and many are dying from it.
Recombinant DNA or rDNA is a technology that uses enzymes to cut and paste together DNA sequences and Messenger RNA or mRNA vaccines force cells to make a protein that will trigger an immune response. For any vaccine to be successful, certain quantities of mRNA must be taken. But this is not easy - the mRNA molecules are too large to get through the cell membrane and because they carry a negative charge just like the cell membrane does they simply reject each other in the same way that two magnets repulse each other. mRNA is easily degraded by skin and blood... The double defence system of our healthy immune system against such industrial medications should have informed all scientists that their technology is against the natural world order, they obviously ignored this and chose money instead. No ethics or morals, no love and no respect for natural health - these scientists should all be named and brought to justice in the courts of human opinion and then stripped of all assets they accumulated by deliberately doing wrong.
From the tech speak above you can see why they need to keep on ‘jabbing’ as it is now referred to. They know where their synthetic medication policy is going and they know that it is wrong too. In the long term with enough of their forced medicine in a human body they can lay claim to ownership of your unique but now modified ‘blueprint’ because they have got enough of their muck inserted in you.
This violates your rights in so many ways, it interferes with your life span and reproduction potential - it breaks our inalienable fundamental rights as guaranteed in Bunreacht na hÉireann and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1948. It contravenes the Principles of International Law Recognized in the Charter of the Nüremberg Tribunal and in the Judgment of the Tribunal, 1950.
But you have rights if stand up and exercise those rights. Bigpharma and the governments of the world all seek to reduce / remove your rights through fear, coercion and bullying tactics. If you want more info on our Celtic Druid Temple, Indigenous Religion of Éire Policy Statement and to know how to politely decline all or any unnatural medications please see - https://www.celticdruidtemple.com/membershipcards.html
Join us in the Celtic Druid Temple, the Indigenous Religion of Éire and get an ID card. Members that choose to carry and use this card will have the ability to refer to a complete description / information page on our website of their rights as members of an indigenous religious group. This includes the “right to choose traditional medicines and natural holistic health practices” and can be used to politely and respectfully decline any vaccination or drug containing human foetal tissue, mercury or any other known or unidentified toxin/s. Members have the right to ask for a full list of ingredients in any medications / vaccinations. Because we hold Nature as Supreme Being we reject all unnatural or abnormal medications and we choose a healthy lifestyle with fresh air, living water and organic food as the means to creating and supporting a healthy immune system in tune with the natural order. The Celtic Druid Temple reaffirms is position that Nature is the Supreme Being and our members may decline all or any unnatural medications on religious grounds.
Membership of Celtic Druid Temple is free, people can turn up for free at any of our full moon ceremonies, people can participate in gatherings and heritage craft days, nature walks, tours, meditations all for free. If people would like to support the work the Temple does they may choose membership options where they can support our work with monthly donations. All the information about the ID card and how to use it to prove your chosen indigenous religion and claim religious exemption is also freely available - people may simply use that info if they wish...
3) deep state opinions as the only truth
The main stream media is rigged to support the plans of those who wish to rule over the people instead of serving the best interests of the people. The tv, radio and newspapers provide state approved opinions for their viewers, listeners and readers. Most people are habitual in that they will usually get the same media i.e. the same paper every day or every week and so on. RTE is a state controlled but funded by the people media visual and audio programming system. RTE is the Irish version of George Orwell’s ‘Big Brother’.
It has multiple distractions from what is really going on in Ireland and across the world with soap operas, football and disaster stories of pop stars etc. It is part of the deep state resource and does not serve the people any more. Maybe it did once, a long time ago but it no longer helps us.
It does not show how to gain food or fuel or shelter abundance - instead it only shows food shortages, bird flu disasters etc and tries to criminalise turf cutting and burning by the indigenous people of the land and reports homelessness ignoring the huge volume of empty houses available. RTE selectively ignores claims by the senior garda that the gardai at the violent and unlawful eviction at Falsk 11-12-2018 did not witness any criminal activity despite the evidence of a video to the contrary (we hold a copy). RTE as national broadcaster (paid for by the people) did not make any fuss about having a man who swore an oath to serve his queen suddenly become the senior garda in Ireland. No questions were asked - did he un-swear his oath to the queen? did he take the garda oath? You know this list of RTE not serving the people is very long, everyone has their own unique recall of ‘that is not true’...
It is easy to fix this one: do not pay the tv licence fee, get rid of your tv or tv’s, turn off the fascist radio jocks who insult people who hold their own opinions, only get free newspapers for lining the pigeon shed, lighting turf and wood fires in your homes etc etc.
We cannot expect that the political puppets that the deep state chose to perform for us will fix any thing as their positions of power depend on them preserving their system, the bigpharma vaccines are not healing us or strengthening our immune systems and at the same time they seek to destroy our personal sovereignty and almost all media is ‘smoke and mirror’ distractions from what is going on...
But you can chose another path...