Re: [PIEreligion] Re: Parallels between Celtic and Vedic Cultures
- --- worlduni_news <worlduni_news@...> wrote:
> P.S. A Brief History of the Druids, 1994, hassure, sure, there were "never any Celts" ...the
> hopelessly outdated
> material. The name as such, was a mythic invention
> of a few ancient
> Greeks, there never have been any 'Celts'.
Hallstadt ruins were GREEKS! Hallelujah!!! here the
whole time I was imagining to have Gaelic ancestors,
but thanks to you, I realize that all of my ancestors,
did not originally come from Iberian Gaul, but were
GREEKS! By JOVE YOU ARE BRILLIANT!
Sincerely, Rory Dubhdara (a "greek" surname I tell
you!!! Dionysos be praised , tonight I am going to get
drunk on cheap wine, thanks to you, oh wise sage of
"Appear, appear, what so they shape or name,
O mountain Bull, Snake of the Hundred Heads,
Lion of the Burning Flame!
O God, Beast, Mystery, come!"
--- Euripides, Bacchae
Hymn to Dionysos
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- <worlduni_news@y...> wrote:
> I also note that in fact you do not respond to the item intended whichWorlduni,
> is clearly marked in the title" Celtic nation theory rejected" and
> this in itself indeed tells more about you then it does about me.
> But thanks for the non-response anyhow, over and out.
Could you keep the discussion civil. Francesco has be polite with you
and I don't see the need to be sarcastic, rude, or snide.