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originally posted by: Logarock
a reply to: Wifibrains
Oh Wifi! So its a conspiracy! Pointing to the very clear aspects of the sun to deflect folks from the worm hole thingy and ect.
Personally I would love to study these stones without having to consider taking '___' or eating a big fat mushroom of some type to gain a better understanding.
lol As if what? There's not enough of the esoteric in sun worship? Rather tedious and boring. But no the sun doesn't pass through the underworld or float through the sky on the solar barge.
The moon is a giant rock!
The real story is how the sun and moon were set in their order, the moon a time piece ect and to answer this the pagans go up in the mountains and sniff volcanic gas and exacerbate their befuddled conundrum.
Fionn mac Cumhaill, anglicised to Finn McCool was a mythical giant, a hunter-warrior of Irish mythology, occurring also in the mythologies of Scotland and the Isle of Man. The stories of Fionn and his followers, the Fianna, form the Fenian cycle or Fiannaidheacht, much of it purported to be narrated by Fionn's son, the poet Oisín.
The young Fionn met the leprechaun-like druid and poet Finn Eces, or Finnegas, near the river Boyne and studied under him. Finneces had spent seven years trying to catch the salmon of knowledge, which lived in a pool on the Boyne: whoever ate the salmon would gain all the knowledge in the world. Eventually he caught it, and told the boy to cook it for him.
While cooking it Fionn burned his thumb, and instinctively put his thumb in his mouth, swallowing a piece of the salmon's skin. This imbued him with the salmon's wisdom. He then knew how to gain revenge against Goll, and in subsequent stories was able to call on the knowledge of the salmon by sucking his thumb. The story of Fionn and the salmon of knowledge bears a strong resemblance to the Welsh tale of Gwion Bach.
The Sun, Moon, Polaris, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Various Constellations, Comets, Earth, Food, Hunting, Strength, Reproduction, Death, Ancestry, *(Wizardry & Witchery) and a reason for being.
All of these are represented, so I wonder if a number of those we don't understand can somehow be filed in those cabinets.