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originally posted by: Gallowglaich
Well, try posting about the Scottish, that will get the English panties in a twist even more, particularly if you talk about the claymores used on English necks.
originally posted by: urbanghost
As for what druids practice now, there are no written accounts of the ancient druid practices that are held as true. They never wrote anything down themselves as they practiced an oral tradition.
How was Owain Glyndwr ruler of Wales in the 14th and early 15th century if they have ruled us since the 13th century? I think you need to read up on your history a bit.
There is no mainstream hypothesis that says the genetic differences are because the welsh were found unattractive. That is just made up and slightly offensive.
originally posted by: crayzeed
It is a dead language. Example. What is welsh for computer. The only way anyone could come up with another word that is not computer is that a group of people who will not let a language die make up a word.
And once again, you're being selective about which evidence you look at. He had a mother too his mother, with her father being Thomas ap Llewelyn, was descended from Duke Henri of Bar III and Eleanor Plantagenet, those being his Grandparents.
In fact, he was so Welsh, he was educated in England and served in the English Army
have done, proved you wrong...
Glyn Dwr was able to hold out because the English at that time were distracted by the Wars of the Roses
Glyn Dwr's rebel statelet in Wales lasted just nine years — 1400 to 1409 —
And they still defeated Glyn Dwr and his little lot.
I suppose that's also how a 3,000-foot molehill like Snowdonia comes to be called a mountain.
What I want to know is, is there any European significance to this design. I know about the Buddhist use and the wheel of the year used in wicca, but is there any other meaning to it?
originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: angelchemuel
I don't understand?