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TARA na Ri
The Gaelic peoples who once saw Tara as the centre of the world have not written the history of Tara. On the contrary, those who can be spoken of as Catholics, i.e. not Pagans, have written the history of Tara. Based on the knowledge of what the church wrote about other events that can be easily proved to be untrue – it is highly unlikely that they told the truth about Tara.
Written history is often seen as fact just because a story is written down. But analysis of the written word must take the political context of the time of writing into account. Catholics or their co-operators have in the main written down Tara’s history. They have left many things out and added many things in but underneath all this is the Pagan story of the Royal City of Tara.
A topographical work, compiled in the twelfth century from ancient MSS., called the Dinnseanchus is the principal source of information on the names of the monuments on Tara. http://www.mythicalireland.com/mythology/dindshenchas/volume1.html
This is a list of names for the monuments on the hill of Tara but it is fake and bears no relation to the true names of the temples or fortifications. This was done by the Ui Neill clan in an attempt to support their claim for high kinship of Ireland. They lied, just as Julius Caesar and George W Bush lied to further their political ambitions.
The church has been in the Royal Celtic Goddess Pagan City of Tara for 1500 years. There was a main church on top of Tara hill, but is it gone and the current protestant building is de-consecrated and used to show videos of false history to tourists. On the Screen side of the valley within the Royal City of Tara (east side of the road) there is a graveyard very close to Rath Lugh but the church building here has been dismantled and used to build another church on the west side of the road. This church is also abandoned and currently covered in ivy and thorns. On top of Screen we also have the ruins of a church that was a shrine for the remains of Colum Cille - all now gone. Thus we know of four abandoned catholic churches and one abandoned / deconsecrated protestant church in the Royal City of Tara. The Opus Dei cult at Lismullin has a church upstairs in its E10m HQ. This is not open to the public and the entire complex is within a ancient monument called Lismullin. This name means the ‘fort of the mill’ and comes from pre-catholic times.
The above is a prelude to explaining the return of the Celtic Goddess at Tara. All previous catholic churches have collapsed except the current hidden Opus Dei church, which is not open to the general public. I have said this before – we must thank Opus Dei for their contribution (inadvertently) to assisting the return of the Goddess to our awareness. Info on Lismullin is available at http://www.lismullin.org/index.php
The name of the Celtic Goddess at Tara is ‘Gabhra’ and this was the name of the valley inside the Royal Pagan City. Gabhra means White Mare and this was the name for the Goddess of the Iron Age Celts in Ireland.
Gabhra Valley from Rath Lugh in the Royal City of Tara
Under the twisted agenda of the church the meaning of this changed form white mare to goat. This is the shape shifting of the church trying to transform the Pagan Goddess into a symbol of their religions fear – the Goat or Devil. There is no devil for Pagans – only catholics have a devil to feed their fear. Michael Slavin who runs the bookshop on Tara Hill (next to the coffee shop) is a strong supporter of the M3 and on Irish TV on the Friday night chat show 3 years ago he said the name of the Goddess. He spoke about the name of the valley where the M3 double toll road is being forced, but he did not know he was referring to the Goddess. I got a insight or channelling or intuition about this stream being diverted to run north and when I checked this our it was confirmed by senior archaeologists.
Camp on Rath Lugh in Tara Valley, Jan 08
The Gabhra Valley inside the Royal City of Pagan Tara was named after the White Mare Goddess. The little stream inside this valley was diverted north and other little streams were added to it and all wells in the city were made safe and the lifeblood of Tara was protected. This fresh clean stream enlivened the valley of the Goddess Gabhra so everyone had good quality water to drink, cook and wash in. This culminated with the creation of a mill at Lismullin so now the natives could have their grain processed into flour by the sacred stream of the Celtic Goddess. This to me means sacred flour blessed by the Goddess Gabhra or the Celtic Goddess of the Royal City of Tara. Why is Opus Dei in Lismullin??? I reckon the church knows this story and much more besides, as they have been writing and re-writing our history for 1500 years.
But the Goddess has called to some and they have responded with strong conviction and peaceful protest as they set up camp on the Hill of Tara and on the sacred site of Rath Lugh in the Gabhra Valley. The wind turbine powers the online laptop. The gravel area below is the route for the forced M3. The fence is the end of works pending legal decisions in the EU. The people who use peaceful protest to protect the valley of the Celtic Goddess are watching Opus Dei as their minions try to erase the landscape expression of the Celtic Pagan Goddess Gabhra. The Battle for Tara is not over. Feb 13 08
Rath Lugh Camp Turbine with Opus Dei in the background