the “Black Celts” (snake people) by Big Judah
Muurs sailed to and from the great continent of the [Americas] known as “Morocco” to the coasts of Ireland. Morocco belonging to the Iroquois (snake people) traded with the ancient Ireland Celts (snake people) who were muurs and ruled the lands of the earth.
The Iroquois originally lived near Lake Ontario and along the Mohawk River in New York State. Around 1600, five tribes — the Mohawks, the Oneidas, the Onondagas, the Cayugas, and the Senecas — banded together to form a confederacy. A sixth tribe, the Tuscaroras, joined in 1722. These people called themselves “Haudenosaunee” or “people of the long house”. The name “Iroquois” is a French variant on a term for “snake” given these people by the Hurons. There were other tribes who spoke a similar language, but who were not part of the confederacy. Source http://www.OhiohistoryCentral.org
snake (v.) 1650s, “to twist or wind (hair) into the form of a snake,” from snake (n.). The intransitive sense of “to move like a snake” is attested from 1848; that of “to wind or twist like a snake” (of roads, etc.) is from 1875. Related: Snaked; snaking. source etymology
St. Patrick’s most notable deeds was driving the “snakes” out of Ireland. The “snakes” in the story to be less literal and more of a symbol for aboriginal Celts being driven from their lands or forced to convert to Christianity.
“The Black Celts Book” part ii by Big Judah
In ancient Egypt the serpent was believed to be the first offspring of primeval earth, identified with the gods Seth and Apophis, and in constant warfare against the sun-god, Ra (Lurker 1989:370). The Uraeus snake symbol worn on the forehead became the Pharaoh’s sign of sovereignty (Hendel 1995:1406; Bunn 1967:616). In many Northern European Celtic sagas and also elsewhere, snakes represented the Underworld or the earth goddess (often associated with fertility and long life), and in African folklore snakes are associated with spirits of the ancestors to this day (Lurker 1989:370-1). source: Acta Theologica Supplementum 7
Phoenician Hebrew connection
Phoenician (n.) late 14c., phenicienes (plural), “native or inhabitant of the ancient country of Phoenicia” on the coast of Syria, from Old French phenicien or formed from Latin Phoenice, Phoenices, on the model of Persian, etc. The Latin word is from Greek Phoinike “Phoenicia” (including its colony Carthage), which is perhaps of Pre-Greek origin [Beekes].
Compare phoenix, which seems to be unrelated. Greek phoinix also meant “(the color) purple,” perhaps “the Phoenician color,” because the Greeks obtained purple dyes from the Phoenicians, but scholars disagree about this (Greek also had phoinos “red, blood red,” which is of uncertain etymology). Greek phoinix was also “palm-tree,” especially “the date,” fruit and tree, probably literally “the Phoenician (tree),” because the palm originated in the East and the Greeks traded with the Phoenicians for dates. It also was the name of a stringed instrument, probably also a reference to a Phoenician origin. source etymology
“The trade routes from all Asia” converged on the Phoenician coast; the centres of commerce on the Euphrates and Tigris forwarding their goods by way of Tyre “to the Nile, to Arabia, and to the west; and, on the other hand,” the productions of the vast regions bordering the Mediterranean “passing through the Canaanite capital to the eastern world.” It” “was “situate at the entry of the sea, a merchant of the people” “for many isles” (Ezek. 27:3, 4). The far-reaching commercial” “activity of the Phoenicians, especially with Tarshish and the” “western world, enriched them with vast wealth, which introduced” boundless luxury and developed among them a great activity in all manner of arts and manufactures. (See TYRE.) “The Phoenicians were the most enterprising merchants of the old “world, establishing colonies at various places, of which” Carthage was the chief. They were a Canaanite branch of the race “of Ham, and are frequently called Sidonians, from their” “principal city of Sidon. None could “skill to hew timber like” “unto the Sidonians” (1 Kings 5:6). King Hiram rendered important” service to Solomon in connection with the planning and building “of the temple, casting for him all the vessels for the temple” “service, and the two pillars which stood in the front of the” “porch, and “the molten sea” (1 Kings 7:21-23). source; kingjamesbibleonline.org
Atlas 1580s, in Greek mythology a member of the older family of Gods, later regarded as a Titan, son of Iapetus and Clymene; in either case supposed to uphold the pillars of heaven (or earth), which according to one version was his punishment for being the war leader of the Titans in the struggle with the Olympian gods. “Originally the name of an Arcadian mountain god; the name was transferred to the mountain chain in Western Africa” [Beekes].
The Greek name traditionally is interpreted as “The Bearer (of the Heavens),” from a-, copulative prefix (see a- (3)), + stem of tlenai “to bear,” from PIE root *tele- “to lift, support, weigh.” But Beekes compares Berber adrar “mountain” and finds it plausible that the Greek name is a “folk-etymological reshaping” of this. Mount Atlas, in Mauritania, was important in Greek cosmology as a support of the heavens. source etymology
Mauritania name of a modern nation (since 1960) and ancient kingdom of northwest Africa, also the name of a Roman province corresponding to parts of modern Morocco and Algeria, from Latin Mauretania, from Greek Mauritania, “the country of the Mauri” (Greek Mauroi, singular Mauros; see Moor). Related: Mauritanian.
Semite, member of a people speaking any of a group of related languages presumably derived from a common language, Semitic (see Semitic languages). The term came to include Arabs, Akkadians, Canaanites, Hebrews, some Ethiopians, and Aramaean tribes. Mesopotamia, the western coast of the Mediterranean, the Arabian Peninsula, and the Horn of Africa have all been proposed as possible sites for the prehistoric origins of Semitic-speaking peoples, but no location has been definitively established.
By 2500 BCE Semitic-speaking peoples had become widely dispersed throughout western Asia. In Phoenicia they became seafarers. In Mesopotamia they blended with the civilization of Sumer. The Hebrews settled with other Semitic-speaking peoples in Palestine. source; Britannica
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