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Sunday, 9 October 2016

Technology not of this World


Upon their arrival, the Tuatha De Danaan, the legendary magicians had to fight two major battles, before they could take control over Ireland.

In the first battle, they encountered the Firbolgs (the Men of the Bags), who they defeated at Magh-Tuireadh. Legends relate how the Tuatha de Danaan cloaked themselves in a mist, which enabled them to appear and vanish out of sight as they wished. Naturally, this act completely confused the Firbolgs, who had major problems keeping track of their enemy.

Cloaking technology was frequently used among the ancient space gods.

During the second battle, the Tuatha de Danaan faced the Fomore. They were evil giants, who launched raids on Ireland from Tory Island (image right).

One of the leaders of the Fomore was the giant Balor. He used to send a powerful beam ("flux of energy") across the channel between Tory Island and Ireland, to blast his enemies. Descriptions of him suggest that he was rather a machine than a living creature.

He was a frightening giant, compared to a Cyclops whose eye cast out a beam that turned his enemies into ashes. Moreover, his only eye could blast a whole army when he opened the seven eyelids protecting it.

This undoubtedly special eye of his, had to be kept open with the aid of metal hooks held up by assistants. During one of the battles, the god Lugh, using one of his magical weapons, the Assal spear managed to put Balor's evil eye out of function.

We can only speculate and guess what kind of high-tech weapons Balor and Lugh were using. Nevertheless, these beings must have been technologically very advanced.

Why would otherwise the Tory Tower, the place where the giant Balor lived be vitrified?

After the Fomore were defeated the Tuatha de Danaan reigned on Ireland for a long time, until they were chased out themselves by the Milesians at Teltown. During their last battle, these mighty gods caused a Druidic fog to arise in front of the Milesians. Apparently, the fog, which covered the island assumed the shape of a pig. Since then, another name for Ireland has been "Isle of the Pig".

There are many traces after the Tuatha de Danaan.

For example, the Isle of Man is named after the Danaan Mananan who set up a mystery school on the island. He was famous for his powers to transport huge blocks miles through the air. Our ancient space visitors used this technology repeatedly, all over the globe, while constructing incredible monuments, which we admire even today.

It is said that Mananan was also a shape-shifter. Legends describe how he could change himself into one hundred different persons....read more>>>...