Ok, you've read my initial article here. Hopefully you went to polkadot and read The Noah's Ark/Arc Code. I posted some edits at the bottom of my intial post here so you may want to read that and also refresh your memory by rereading the entire article here.
Ok, if you're back. Here is a type of map anyone can find online showing the range of the ancient Celtic language: [upload.wikimedia.org]
That's the establishment's version and as you can see, even they show the Celtic language being spoken from Ireland in the west to Turkey in the east, in antiquity. When I first started working with the Noah's Arc code, I had already done research on the Celts and so when I reversed the characters ARARAT to find TARARA, I had no problem looking to the West. And then all those patterns started emerging, with more embedded information.
Now hopefully you drew out the Noah's Arc pattern on your globe. As I've explained, a ray drawn from center, exactly dividing the southeast quadrant, hits the Great Pyramid of Egypt. If we take that as a clue to split the rest of the quadrants in this fashion, it gives us the pattern of a wheel with 8 equidistant points on it. Well it just so happens the ancient Celtic calendar is based on an 8 fold division of the year. The four main cardinal points of the wheel of the Year are called "Cross quarter days", and they go with the heart of each Season. Halfway between each cardinal point are the equinoxes and solstices. You can find plenty of examples of the 8 fold calendar online.
Ok so again we see how this amazing pattern I have unearthed, that covers Europe, ties in with the Celts.
When I first started working with the ARARAT code, which shows the end of a journey, and I reversed the characters to find the beginning of the journey, I concluded the code was showing us that the island of Ireland was the basis of the "Atlantis" and also "Garden of Eden" stories that are available today in the alleged "writings of Plato" and bibles. Most people don't connect those two stories but they have the same basic theme. Noah's Ark is found in Genesis, not too far from the Garden of Eden stories in Genesis. So you have this theme of a paradise time, followed by a disaster involving water, and then a new beginning. The Atlantis story has the same theme, a Golden Age, followed by a disaster involving water, and then a new beginning.
So when I first saw the Noah's Arc code was pointing to the Hill of Tara in Ireland, I went online to see if anyone's ever claimed that Ireland was the basis of the Garden of Eden and or Atlantis stories, and quickly found a recent book by a Swedish geologist, Atlantis From a Geographer's Perspective. His website for the book claimed that it is over 99 percent certain that Ireland is the real basis of the Atlantis story. No other island on earth has the right proportions and features.
Well that was pretty damn cool when I found that, I have to say. Now this is posted in my writings at polkadot, at the very beginning. And in the course of the three years I added posts there, I came upon more interesting information about Ireland having to do with the connection between the word Fenian and similar sounding words used to denote the ancient Irish, and the mysterious Phoenicians, that amazing seafaring group that supposedly brought us the alphabet and so much more. One author suggests that creative spelling has been used to deliberately hide this connection. The Phoenicians used Hebrew, and this same author claims Hebrew was originally a language used by the Druids of Ireland, and is related to the name of ancient Ireland: Hibernia. Out of steam for now. Tom
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 18-Jun-17 16:26 by Tom M Culhane.