Esus & Michael
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "m.spinnewin"
> --- In email@example.com, "carynlouise24"
> <carynlouise24@> wrote:
> > 'In the 4th century AD the Gaulish poet Ausonius describes a
> > of famous rhetorics descended from the Druids of Armorica. Theywere
> > distinguished in the art of oratory in the rhetoric school ofPatera
> > Bordeaux. There Phoebicius officiated as priest in the temple of
> > Belenus and also taught in the school, as did his son Attius
> > and grandson Delphidius. During the period of the skill ofGaulish
> > rhetorics was such that their tutorage was in great demand by the- Quite right 'for it is written in hearts and not on paper'
> > noblest families of Rome'.
> > Extracts from The Lost Zodiac of the Druids : Gregory A. Clouter
> > published by Vega 2003
> No wonder the Gauls were great rethorics. Because they cu
> ltivated ages of oral history . They had no writing system.
> The French are profiting from this upto now.
> Listen to a speech of monsieur de Villepin before the
> United Nations at the time of the beginning of the Irak war.
> Anglo-americans speakers are none to nothing, although
> they think them self top of the world. They cannot understand
> the difference because they don't understand French.