Deriv; Ancient Celtic dolmen from Poulnabrone, Ireland and carved Egyptian deity Thoth

Thoth’s Storm: New Evidence for Ancient Egyptians in Ireland?

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Very interesting article and serves as confirmation of what I read in Haberman's book - Tracing our White Ancestors - or White Roots. I see every day more and more confirmation about the accuracy of this book that I read more than 20 years ago.

Early in article DNA evidence was mentioned but I don't see that it was presented in the article.

David Halpin's picture

Hi Marym. Thanks for reading. The article references include two links to the recent peer reviewed paper by Trinity College and Queens University.
Here is another link which I hope you find helpful.
David.
http://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/dec/28/origins-of-the-irish-down-to-mass-migration-ancient-dna-confirms

 

David Halpin

Shall I recommend the book "Ireland, Land of the Pharoes"
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Many thanks often difficult to find related books Though sad to read some of Lorraine Evans' experiences in her book "Kingdom of the Ark" good to know others researching and writing as well.

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