A bone needle showing an Ogham Script, which is native to Early Christian Ireland found in West Virginia, and I'm still asking myself "WHY HERE other than a proven Celtic burial " ????? ??????????????????????
A mysterious wooden artifact that was found in a Russian peat bog has been dated to 11,000 years ago and it contains a code or language that no one has deciphered it called the Shingir Ido and it's twice as old as the pyramids or Stonehenge
An Early Christian cross from Ireland. In early Irish culture, there were no cruxifications on the early crosses as they symbolized where to find spirit. The four arms are gateways leading to the center "triscele". In the older Irish traditions, Uisineach is center where the great Bile Sacred tree grew. It connected 3 worlds, roots set in the Earth connected to past and ancestors, it grew in present and branches reach out to future. It was where the no. 7 is sacred and where the Spirit…
Ever wanted to know how Irish people wrote before they adopted the Roman Alphabet? This is the 'Ogham Alphabet' and its how the pre-Irish used to write. This book, the "Book of Ballymote". Nobody knows how old it is but its at least from the 1st Century BC