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. . . the Druids, the Celt’s scientific and spiritual leaders, were some of the most intellectually advanced thinkers of their age, it is said, who developed the straight roads in the 4th Century BC, hundreds of years before the Italian army marched across the continent.
“They had their own road system on which the Romans later based theirs,” Mr Robb said, adding that the roads were built in Britain from around the 1st Century BC.
“It has often been wondered how the Romans managed to build the Fosse Way, which goes from Exeter to Lincoln. They must have known what the finishing point would be, but they didn’t conquer that part of Britain until decades later. How did they manage to do that if they didn’t follow the Celtic road?”
Piece by piece, there emerges a map of the ancient world constructed along precise celestial lines: a huge network of meridians and solar axes that served as the blueprint for the Celtic colonisation of Europe, dictated the placement of its settlements and places of worship, and was then almost wholly wiped from history.
'Muslims are worried because the state school system is failing in the inner city. This will be an experiment. We want to create a better atmosphere for children to learn.'
"Pupils spend the mornings and evenings on Islamic studies (18.75 hours a week compared with 11.25 for secular studies) which includes learning Arabic and Urdu. Pupils were mechanically competent but lacked understanding in these languages. Pupils had little contact with non-religious literature and were not introduced to any British religious or cultural traditions outside Islam".
. . .
"There are no proper arrangements for the disposal of rubbish, including food waste from pupils’ rooms and dormitories. This results from pupils sleeping in the same rooms as full waste bins containing smelly food waste. There is also an accumulation of such rubbish and broken glass outside dormitory windows. At the time of the fire drill, during the inspection, pupils had to walk in bare feet through this dangerous and unhygienic mess"
The institute, which closed in 2007, was in the former RAF Syerston officers’ mess.
The site is supposed to be secure but obviously is not because intruders have gained entrance and lit fires in the remains of the former Officers Mess.
“We have not 100% decided on what is the next step. “We may be using it as an institute or we may be selling it. “We will try to sort out this as soon as possible . . .
originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: Kester
There are No jinn on the Foss road, maybe a few Ghosts and Spirit's but Jinn if I remember live in the Saudi desert, mainly in the Empty Quarter and are Saudi version's of fairy's and demon's which travelled with there faith to be used as a name all for all demon's in those country's that became Islamic.
originally posted by: Kester
What say you ATS? Are Jinn more active near the ancient sites?
originally posted by: Tristran
This is why so many sacrifices occurred at these sites.
Recent evidence that Druids possibly committed cannibalism and ritual human sacrifice—perhaps on a massive scale—add weight to ancient Roman accounts of Druidic savagery, archaeologists say. After a first century B.C. visit to Britain, the Romans came back with horrific stories about these high-ranking priests of the Celts, who had spread throughout much of Europe over a roughly 2,000-year period.