Monthly Archives: March 2019

Exciting News From the Archives

My, my. Aren’t we excited. Sound and fury signifying nothing erupted as usual at the start of last week’s March 25 through March 29 “news” cycle. What though exactly happened last week? Hmmm…. Exciting news from the archives stirs the … Continue reading

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The Root of Og

The mongoose versus the snake. The great Celtic chieftain Donald Trump chases the snakes out of Washington. Trump is the mongoose and the Deep State is the snakes. So far the mongoose has lured the snakes from their secret lair, … Continue reading

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The Land of Og

Various names have been given to Ireland in the past, among these Inis-Fail. It was the Tuatha-Dè-Dananns who gave it that name, from a stone they brought to Ireland called Lia Fail, otherwise known as the Stone of Destiny. [1] … Continue reading

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St. Donald Chases Snakes Out Of Washington

We read in the ancient annals that St. Donald chased the snakes out of Washington. However Professor Forthright P. Sneckers of the internationally-acclaimed Central Ivy University is disputing this: “I do not find an especial predominance of snakes there at … Continue reading

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Amazing St. Patrick Stories (Part 3)

  St. Patrick’s special prosecutors purged near two hundred volumes of Ireland’s ancient literature and committed it to the flames. Still, St. Pat was not all bad, as the following amazing St. Patrick story might demonstrate. The wife of Laegari, … Continue reading

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Amazing St. Patrick Stories (Part 2)

The twenty-four sons of Brian, son of Eocaidh Muigh-medon, must have heard about how St. Patrick had thrust the point of his holy staff through the foot of Aengus. For the chief of the 24 sons of Brian, one Ecchen, … Continue reading

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Amazing St. Patrick Stories

The Irish monarch Niall proceeded to Alba (present-day England, Scotland and Wales) with a powerful army. He it was who gave the name of Scotia to Alba: their country was called Scotia Minor (the lesser Scotland) and Ireland was called … Continue reading

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