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The black Celts: An ancient African civilization in Ireland and Britain

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  • Paperback: 165 pages
  • Publisher: Punite Publications (1992)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0951892401
  • ISBN-13: 978-0951892404
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,335,874 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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does any one know where i can get a copy of this book ?
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x951a1504) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
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HASH(0x951a98e8) out of 5 stars A Truly Awesome Study And Revelation Of The Racial Origins And Culture Of The Original Inhabitants Of The British Isles. 21 Oct. 2005
By Honest & Truth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have read this book thoroughly and can say that it is one of the most ground breaking revelations of historical facts that Anglo Saxon Britain dares not reveal.Without a doubt it proves along with the multiple of perspectives and evidences from other sources past and present that the original inhabitants and colonisers of the British Isles were as a matter of fact Hametic, Semetic and African peoples whose genes, blood groups, linguistics and a whole arsenal of evidences cannot be denied or hidden by the veiling traditional version of history written by Anglo Saxon historians. A must for any person genuinely interested in historical truths which will not be released to the public. This book is backed with primary source evidences and upto date scientific proofs and evidences. Why do the Irish features vary so much as from the curly hair and Morrocan type to the completely dark complectioned people of South Wales and the Valleys. From the African Type Tom Jones to the Scottish Eskimo and Egyptian features. The last remanants of the Punic or be it Phoenician language spoken in Manchester and through out the british isles,upto 1972 and the still existing call words in the of north of England for calling and directing farm live stock.Why do the Irish speak English in an African grammatical format, the author also has listed a vary wide ranging vocabulary of Irish, Welsh words identical to African Hametic. Plus so much more evidences of this hidden truth of the existing tribes in the British Isles recorded by caesar and Hadrian. People interested in such a field can also refer to discoveries made by excavaters in 2002 of egyptian treasure in Edinburgh highlighted by all media at the spur.The Egyptian origins of the name Scotia she being one of two daughters of Pharoh. Read it all for yourself and see it all in olde Irish Anals whats left of them after the deliberate annihalation of such historical data and culture by the Anglo Saxon colonisers The traditional music and so called celtic art to this day is acknowledged by most irish and so called celtic people as having origins from the semetic race.Place names to this day are of Arab originall over the British Isles - Khidr, Idris, mountain in wales, hundreds of place names beginning with Bal as in Balmoral,Ballykisangel etc. The welsh names David Ab rystworth, The AB is typicaly only from Arabic usage, The name Mc Cartney, Mc Carthy is derived from the people from Carthagia which is obviously North Africa and a phoenician state colony.

Too AWSOME not to be Read and not followed upon for the serious true historian and enthusiast, Also read 1400 the year china discovered the world by Gavin Menzies, it'll blow your brains off!Devastating historical truths, Arthur koestlers thirteenth tribe,. Wake up before its too late or you'll turn into a cabbage for good!
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HASH(0x951a9b58) out of 5 stars Blacks have ruled in Europe 24 April 2015
By Patti Andersen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have read parts of this book BUT I have been looking for a few years for it at a price I can afford. Shannon (above) needs to research and find the black O'Neils and many others (too many for here) from 9th C -17th C AD that were honored black families. They don't like to admit it and even gone so far as to have family portraits repainted with light skin and changed their hair to hide how they really looked. Never forget that Queen Charlotte the wife of George III was not the lily white skinned lady (one writer said she was ugly with dark skin and frizzy hair ) that had 15 children and those that lived became future Kings of England and married into Royal houses all over Europe. Even Queen Elizabeth II has a black marker in her genes!!!!! 92% of Brits have the same black marker. Get over it !!!!
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HASH(0x9567990c) out of 5 stars thanks for the laugh 18 July 2006
By M. Shanahan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
As an Irishman I would like to thank the previous reviewer for writing that insane review I found its total lack of connection with logic and or common sense in any form entertaining. Anyone who actually takes the premise of that book seriously let me know so i can sell you a handful of magical leperachan dust for 6000 dollars, since anyone who belives that will believe pretty much anything.
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