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60e743  No.12060242

>Legends, myths and intriguing archaeological finds suggest ancient Egyptians once visited Ireland. Could DNA findings answer long-held questions regarding a possible link between ancient Egyptians and the Emerald Isle?

>To begin with, there is the legend of Scota, an Egyptian princess who fled from Egypt with a large group of followers, arriving in Ireland in 1700 BC. It is believed Scota, whose descendants are said to have become high kings of Ireland, was killed in battle by the Tuatha De Danann (the tribe of Danu who are said to have established the site of Tara).

>In 1955, archaeologist Dr Sean O’Riordan of Trinity College found skeletal remains of a young boy, carbon dated to around 1350 BC, at the Mound of Hostages at Tara. A necklace found with the skeleton was made of faience beads, matching the design and manufacture of Egyptian beads. The collar matched the collar laid around the neck of Tutankhaum, who lived during the same time as the boy found in Ireland, according to Ancient Origins.

>Findings such as these have led to much speculation, but DNA research could be getting closer to proving once and for all that people from the Middle East, and possibly ancient Egyptians, were once in Ireland.

>In 2015, researchers from Trinity College Dublin and Queen’s University Belfast found evidence of massive migration from the Middle East to Ireland after sequencing the genomes of ancient Irish humans, The Irish Times reports.

>The genome of an early woman farmer who lived near Belfast 5,200 years ago showed that her majority ancestry originated in the Middle East. The woman had black hair and dark eyes, and she would have looked more like someone from southern Europe than an Irish woman.

>By contrast, the genomes of three men who lived during the Bronze Age 4,000 years ago showed one-third of their ancestry came from the Pontic steppe on the shores of the Black Sea. These men had the most common Irish Y chromosome type, had blue eyes, and had the genetic mutation for haemochromatosis, now so common in Irish people, it’s often called a Celtic disease.

>Although there was only 1,000 years between them, the genomes of the woman and the three men looked remarkably different, suggesting a major migration must have occurred.

>“There was a great wave of genome change that swept into Europe, from above the Black Sea into Bronze Age Europe, and we now know it washed all the way to the shores of its most westerly island,” said Trinity professor of population genetics Dan Bradley, who led the study published in the international journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA.

>The research indicates that before the migration, Ireland’s earliest people, who may have arrived as far away as the Middle East, were quite different that the Celtic people that are associated with the region today.

http://archive.is/2oOgg

60e743  No.12060253

>>12060245

Read the whole text

>The research indicates that before the migration, Ireland’s earliest people, who may have arrived as far away as the Middle East, were quite different that the Celtic people that are associated with the region today.


7facdc  No.12060266

File: a3dd544b6901c24⋯.jpg (30.87 KB, 404x604, 101:151, TRUE REDJOBBA.jpg)

WE WUZ IRISH PHARAOHS N SHEIT


a9b982  No.12060270

>>12060261

>Ancient Egyptians were semites

>D&C on the Irish

How's the weather in Tel Aviv?


563ca7  No.12060275

is pic related a jew god ?


c19578  No.12060277

I love how they keep trying to avoid the obvious fact that Egyptians were white.


621ee5  No.12060288

File: 34c37a25f33c562⋯.jpg (489.23 KB, 984x1392, 41:58, Irish Monkeys 1 xx.jpg)

>>12060270

Are you white or are you black?


15a392  No.12060289

File: 106c26fa6e744bf⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 10.89 KB, 560x407, 560:407, 1385854051677.png)

File: 0b6dc69ca59da8b⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 454 B, 16x15, 16:15, 00.jpg)

>>12060242

>Ireland’s earliest people, who may have arrived as far away as the Middle East

Ireland was never White, so letting in migrants today is just them returning home goyim.


fb6862  No.12060297

>>12060242

Apparently the Scottish DNA can be traced back to Egypt. And, apparently, ancient stories from the Orkney islands speak of a people coming to Scotland from Egypt. I wouldn't be surprised if the Irish were connected to Egypt either. It could be that red hair itself is a trait not native to Europe.


8bcc04  No.12060303

>>12060288

Mate Egyptians were Berbers


d81733  No.12060306

>>12060253

Except that's not facts, that's the media spin. We already know the egyptian pharaohs closest living relatives are in ireland and wales from past DNA testing. The facts behind the media spin you quoted are that "celtic" is a made up kike term to try to hide the reality that the original brittonic people are the same as the ancient egyptians and the etruscans, and that the gauls were an offshoot from them. The fact that people continued to evolve doesn't mean they are "quite different" like the kikes want to pretend.


000000  No.12060317

Daily reminder that Ramses II was a red-headed Celtic White man.

>The description given here refers to a fair-skinned person with wavy ginger hair. Subsequent microscopic inspection of the roots of Ramesses II's hair proved that the king's hair originally was red, which suggests that he came from a family of redheads.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramesses_II

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4b/Ramesses_II_mummy_in_profile_%28colored_picture%29.jpg


fb6862  No.12060331

File: 32ba8c3183fe05c⋯.jpg (92.83 KB, 1100x513, 1100:513, how-the-son-of-an-indian-k….jpg)

>>12060317

Bodhidharma, the guy who brought Buddhism to China, had red hair. Pic is him in front of a temple in China.


1665cb  No.12060423

>>12060297

How would ancient scotland even know what egypt is?


621ee5  No.12060465

File: ba5992724874bbe⋯.jpg (35.24 KB, 650x366, 325:183, Jewish Irish Symbiosis.jpg)

>>12060253

>>The research indicates that before the migration, Ireland’s earliest people, who may have arrived as far away as the Middle East,

I guess that explains the biological/cultural symbiosis between Jews and Irish.


fb6862  No.12060466

>>12060423

According to the ancient Scots Chronicles the origin of the Scottish people, at least in part, derives from the Pharaonic lineage of an Egyptian princess named Scota, who may have lived around 1400 B. C. The old Irish Annals support this same tradition saying that Scota came to Ireland, via Spain, from Egypt. Even today the placename Glen Scota traditionally records her presence in Ireland. Subsequently descendants of Scota apparently migrated to Scotland around 300 B. C. from whence came the Scots royal lineage.

The feasibility of Egyptian travel to the British Isles in ancient times is borne out by modern archaeological findings. This occurred in 1937 when two Egyptian sailing ships, dated to around 1400 B. C., were discovered in a Yorkshire estuary, on the north east coast of England. Moreover, Egyptian faience beads dating from the same period have been found in Scotland and other parts of the British Isles.

Furthermore, the Rev. John Stirton in his essay The Celtic Church and the Influence of the East (1923) observes: “The earliest type of monumental cross in Scotland is an Egyptian or Coptic wheel cross. It appears on several stones at Kirkmadrine in Wigtonshire, along with the Alpha and Omega.. The Crux Ansata, the emblem of life in Egyptian hieroglyphics, is found on a stone at Nigg in Ross-shire, and on another at Ardboe, in Ireland. There are many symbols on the Celtic stones of Scotland which are still unexplained.. The Crescent, the Serpent, and the Elephant must all be Eastern in origin, and these are commonly met with on the Celtic symbol-bearing stones.”

A possible ancient Egypto-Celtic connection is also indicated in Egyptian Belief and Modern Thought (1878) by James Bonwick, F. R. G. S., who states: “It is singular to find a white race spoken of in the ancient monuments. Dr. Brugsch, the learned German, notices the word Tam-hou or white men. As it occurs on tablets dating 2,500 years before Christ, it is puzzling to indicate the people. Brugsch traces them to Libya. Champollion recognized in the Tamh’ou a type of European ancestry. M. Deveria remarks upon hieroglyphics recording the fact of Horus, the god, leading and guiding a white race. As there are still many Celtic monuments in the north of Africa, over many hundreds of miles, he contends for the existence of an original Celtic people in Egypt, or, in modern language, that the Welsh and Irish were once in Egypt.”

The old Scots Chronicles also record that during the 2nd century B. C. certain “Egyptian philosophers” (probably from the Egyptian mystery temples) came to Scotland to advise the Scots King of the period. They were able to divine for him where certain metal ores were located in the land by studying the movement of the stars. It seems likely that these Egyptian philosophers would have associated with the Druid magi, some of whom were in attendance as advisors to the ancient Scottish Royal families.

Moreover, these ancient Chronicles further relate that Egyptian philosopher priests were apparently teaching the Christic doctrine of a universal deity in ancient Caledonia (c. 180 B. C.), i. e. almost two centuries before the legendary Apostolic mission in the British Isles.

During the early centuries A. D. the Celtic monks in the British Isles, much of whose tenets were rooted in a pre-Christian Druid tradition, saw Egypt as the true holy land rather than Palestine due to the ascetic Desert Father tradition established there which they sought to follow and emulate. Hence we find in Scotland, and Ireland, a number of dysarts (desert) placenames which record monastic settlements and retreats founded on the Egyptian anchorite model.

So ancient historical links between Scotland and Egypt seem fairly likely and provide an interesting sidelight to our knowledge of the ancient past.

https://sacredconnections.co.uk/index.php/scotland-and-ancient-egypt/


d81733  No.12060480

>>12060423

How do you?


cfe8fb  No.12060572

>>12060242

Its something magnificently fascinating.


cfe8fb  No.12060577

File: 2bde6a32ec1ded8⋯.pdf (985.22 KB, On Martial Arts, Zen, and ….pdf)

File: e3bb72a762affd5⋯.jpg (203.02 KB, 612x792, 17:22, On Martial Arts, Zen, and ….jpg)


5110b9  No.12060582

File: 63d050d421cf3f0⋯.webm (7.39 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Egyptian DNA.webm)

>>12060306

>We already know the egyptian pharaohs closest living relatives are in ireland and wales from past DNA testing

Here's a source


cfe8fb  No.12060586

File: e6846d2e9c0f469⋯.jpg (89.74 KB, 564x745, 564:745, Ruins of the Great Temple ….jpg)

File: 59d9651f79a0656⋯.png (3.52 MB, 1272x2150, 636:1075, Egypt - The Case for Rames….png)


000000  No.12060657

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarim_mummies


3dba67  No.12060681

File: 34b8eef50f9f4ce⋯.gif (722.04 KB, 320x313, 320:313, 6b3673089a1ccc60d36c5188dd….gif)

>>12060242

So… What? White people visited more white people?

This supposed to be a "gotcha"?


30ff3e  No.12060693

Isn’t this sort of common knowledge? Back in the Bronze Age, Egypt was one of the foremost world powers, and thus needed large quantities of the metal of the age. In order to make bronze, however, they needed tin and copper, neither of which they had access in Egypt. Copper was relatively easy to acquire, as the nearby Cyprus had a ton o it, tin, on the other hand, was only present in significant quantities on the British isles(including Ireland) and Bactria(Afghanistan).


000000  No.12061282

Ancient Egyptians are more related to Europeans than anyone else including middle easterners. I'm guessing it's because Europeans followed the coast to land in North Africa.


000000  No.12061334

https://web.archive.org/web/20150721000653/https://www.forbes.com/sites/kristinakillgrove/2015/07/18/these-red-haired-chinese-mummies-come-from-all-over-eurasia-dna-reveals/


6529b4  No.12061582

>>12060466

>The Crescent, the Serpent, and the Elephant must all be Eastern in origin, and these are commonly met with on the Celtic symbol-bearing stones.

I get the elephant one, but he does know that people can still see the moon in Scotland, right? And he does know that there are snakes all over Britain, right? Why must they have come from the East?!

What I would add is that the Phoenicians were supposed to have had a trading empire that went from the 'Holy Land', past North Africa, around Britain and even further. I thought this was accepted history. It is doubtful that they were the first to ever sail those routes even if they were the first to make them on a regular basis; as such the existence of Egyptian goods is not surprising, nor is there existence of small groups of North Africans living in remote areas/


a2610c  No.12065622

>>12060242

>>The genome of an early woman farmer who lived near Belfast 5,200 years ago showed that her majority ancestry originated in the Middle East. The woman had black hair and dark eyes, and she would have looked more like someone from southern Europe than an Irish woman.

wat. Black hair and dark eyes are very common in ireland, there are plenty of irish people who look southern european


a2610c  No.12065627


6a9b50  No.12065847

>>12060288

>A fucking satire paper again in relation to the Irish

>shill unintentionally exposes himself by using the same shit leftist fags use to claim that Irish were once seen as nigger shitholers

They must be sending their worst.

>>12060465

Wonder if you are still assravaged over the Irish Kennedys.

>>12065622

Media spin to make it seem like foreigners always lived in Ireland.


c560e3  No.12065869

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Varg has a video on this.


28dae9  No.12065904

Afro-Iberian BLACK Irish proven to be niggers. Wow.


639d84  No.12066328

>>12060253

>who may have arrived as far away as the Middle East

Graecopithecus freybergi was found in Greece…


5bc9c9  No.12067632

>>12060242

I've just received a book "The White Goddess" by the famous poet Robert Graves, in which he explores the archaeological and anthropological Welsh and British histories. Just thought I'd add a brief mention that I happened upon that coincides with your topic.

>1500-600 BC

>Uninterrupted development of Bronze Age culture. Cross-channel traffic without large-scale invasion, though settlements of iron -weaponed visitors dating from about 800 BC are found in the south. Invasion of North Britain by the Picts. Small segmented blue faience beads manufactured in Egypt between 1380 and 1350 BC were imported to Wiltshire in large quantities. The language spoken in Britain except by the Picts and Old Stone Age Aboriginals is thought to have been 'proto-Celtic'.


5bd58a  No.12067733

You mean Phonetians


8086fd  No.12067811


9d2688  No.12069116

File: 0a67078539c22ca⋯.jpeg (163.74 KB, 972x1384, 243:346, C4E19B98-866A-4BE5-AC3D-8….jpeg)

>>12060466

>the emblem of life in Egyptian hieroglyphics, is found on a stone at Nigg in Ross-shire

>Nigg

SHEEEEIIIIIIIIIIT


2eb714  No.12070703

>>12060242

>Could DNA prove that ancient Egyptians visited Ireland?

Oh man don't you know anything?

The Aryans / Hyperborans fled south from the last ice age. So they either came from Ireland or came back to Ireland.

The pyramids were built before the great flood (approx. 12.000 years ago).


58d28c  No.12070748

File: 8eb5a7e8f681740⋯.jpg (66.34 KB, 487x500, 487:500, img_1250867990_afcc80e0ea7….jpg)

File: 10d4916201c3c99⋯.jpg (549.69 KB, 776x603, 776:603, QizilDonors.jpg)

>>12060242

Druids were everywhere tbh, the "Blue People" of the Bronze Age did descend upon all of the Mediterranean. If you read ancient Chinese accounts many of the Generals of the Emperor in the Shang dynasty had "green" eyes and long mustaches, a phenotype not seen in modern China. Further its been well documented from the 1800s that Celts knowing Gaelic can read Hebrew transliterated into their own characters and know the special meanings behind place names.

I really hope Ancient Celts weren't going around the world some 4000 years ago granting all the lower races their knowledge like a kind of Ancient White Man's burden.


a34bde  No.12070856

We know so little of our history… pisses me off. Fuck…. so much lost history.


716840  No.12070936

>>12060242

We wus kings to be sure. To be sure.


1f6911  No.12071148

File: bdfdbef5f1178fe⋯.png (1.48 MB, 834x1618, 417:809, Joseph Campbell on Blue Ey….png)

>>12060242

>>12060253

Mythology and the red hair of the mummies proves WE WUZ KANGZ NIGGA


044e5e  No.12079792

What if ancient Egyptians didn't visit Ireland, but some Irish people visited Egypt and became royals?


000000  No.12109809

Ancient Egyptians were mixed European and Persian.


59f3e3  No.12109812

>>12060242

wait until people find out they were in the grand canyon




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