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    Should Scotland’s Celtic FC be called Scythian FC?

    Ever wonder why a Scottish football club calls itself Celtic when there were never any Celts in Scotland or Ireland? Or wonder why when asked about this they refuse to reply? The lengths at which the Scots and Irish have gone to hide their true origins is astounding and they have gone as far as stealing the identity of genuine Celtic nations.

    The Celts, otherwise known as Gauls in Latin, are those people of Belgium (Belgae Gaul), Portugal (Port of the Gauls) - known in ancient times as Celtica, Galicia (Land of Gauls), Spain (Celtiberia), France (Gaul), Northern Italy (Cisalpine Gaul) and Austria/Switzerland (Transalpine Gaul).

    On the other hand the Irish, Picts and Scots are a Scythian people originally from Central Asia in what is now modern day Russia.

    Though they like to portray themselves as European and Celtic, they are infact an Asiatic Scythian people who have only been fraudulently calling themselves Celts since the year 1706 AD. The Irish and Scots around this time got a hold of a translation of a book written by the Frenchman Abbé Pezron's “Antiquité de la Nation et de la Langue des Celtes” which discussed more particularly the Celts, otherwise known as Gauls in Latin, of his homeland - France and continental Europe.

    The Irish, Picts and Scots, like the Serbs and Russians, are a Slavic-Scythian people and to the detriment of genuine Celtic European people, have been trying to pass themselves off as Celts from the 18th century onwards, in order to justify their presence in Western Europe and to hide their true Slavic-Asiatic origins.

    It’s a truism that not one single ancient historian has ever labelled either the Scots, Picts or Irish as ever being a Celtic people but always a Scythian people. Here are a few examples:

    “the nation of the Picts, from Scythia, as is reported, putting to sea, in a few long ships, were driven by the winds towards the shores of Britain” Bede, Ecclesiastical History of the English People, Book I, Chapter I (8th century AD)

    “Whereupon they [Britons] suffered many years under two very savage foreign nations, the Scots from the west, and the Picts from the north”
    Bede, Ecclesiastical History of the English People, Book I, Chapter XII (8th century AD)

    “the Picts came south from Scythia, with long ships, not many; and landing first in the northern part of Ireland” Anglo-Saxon Chronicles

    “And the Picts obtained wives of the Scots, on condition that they chose their kings always on the female side; which they have continued to do, so long since. And it happened, in the run of years, that some party of Scots went from Ireland into Britain, and acquired some portion of this land.” Anglo-Saxon Chronicles

    “…Pursuing fell the Scottish clans; the men of the fleet in numbers fell; 'midst the din of the field the warrior swate. Since the sun was up in morning-tide, gigantic light! glad over grounds, God's candle bright, eternal Lord! -- 'till the noble creature sat in the western main: there lay many of the Northern heroes under a shower of arrows, shot over shields; and Scotland's boast, a Scythian race” Anglo-Saxon Chronicles

    “It was the invariable habit of the race, as it is also now, to be weak in repelling the missiles of enemies, though strong to bear civil strifes and the burdens of sins; weak, I say, to follow ensigns of peace and truth, yet strong for crimes and falsehood. The shameless Irish assassins, therefore, went back to their homes, to return again before long. It was then, for the first time, in the furthermost part of the island, that the Picts commenced their successive settlements, with frequent pillaging and devastation.” Gildas, The Ruin of Britain. 21 (6th century AD)

    “Third devastation by Picts and Scots. As they were returning home, the terrible hordes of Scots and Picts eagerly come forth out of the tiny craft in which they sailed across the sea-valley, as on Ocean's deep, just as, when the sun is high and the heat increasing, dark swarms of worms emerge from the narrow crevices of their holes. Differing partly in their habits, yet alike in one and the same thirst for bloodshed ----in a preference also for covering their villainous faces with hair rather than their nakedness of body with decent clothing----these nations, on learning the departure of our helpers and their refusal to return, became more audacious than ever, and seized the whole northern part of the land as far as the wall, to the exclusion of the inhabitants.” Gildas, The Ruin of Britain. 19 (6th century AD)

    Furthermore, according to “The Descent of the Gaels” by James Grant, and Edinburgh Advocate, and published in 1814 AD, the early Scots were known as Scyths. That, according to Grant, was the confirmed opinion of such old Roman writers as Radulphus, Claudian, Isidore and others. This portion of the Scythian hordes was supposed to have arrived in Britain from Scythia in Central Asia via Scandinavia.

    Prior the 18th century, the Irish themselves in their own historical records were clearly aware of their true Scythian origins. The History of Keating (1570-1646 AD) is an Irish text based on legends transmitted verbally by Irish sages. Keating mentions three of the early ancestors of the Irish and Scottish peoples whereby one of them is “Fennius Farsa the Scythian”. In another Irish text called the Annals of Clonmacnoise, an Irish-Scottish king by the name of Neal is also described as a Scythian.

    Compelling proof can be found in the Scottish Declaration of Arbroath - the document asserting the independence of Scotland, following Robert I the Bruce's victory over the English at Bannockburn (1314 AD), which was composed by the Scottish Parliament and sent to the Pope at Avignon, France, clearly states how the Scots arrived from Scythia.

    “Most Holy Father and Lord, we know and from the chronicles and books of the ancients we find that among other famous nations our own, the Scots, has been graced with widespread renown. They journeyed from Greater Scythia…” The Declaration of Arbroath

    It’s clear to see that for the last two hundred years the Irish and Scots have been copying the customs of real Celtic peoples by adopting similar dance, music and clothing, then rebadging them as something original and unique to Ireland or Scotland, where in fact these same customs are very much prevalent all over the European continent from Belgium to Galicia and Portugal and from France to Switzerland, Italy and Austria.

    In essence, the Irish and Scots are a parasitical Scythian people who are trying to steal not only the identity of real Celtic people but the wonderful history and culture that belongs to all genuine Celtic peoples of Western Europe. Such an example is the use of bagpipes, a musical instrument used throughout continental Europe. This instrument is still used in many genuine Celtic nations like Belgium, Portugal, Galicia, Spain and France in its proper form and not in the corrupt and uncultured manner it is currently being trumpeted around by the Scythian Scots and Irish.

    The so-called Scottish kilt is made of material patterns common all over Celtic Europe - Belgium, Galicia, Portugal, Spain and France. Yet the kilt as a form of clothing has its origins only in the 1730’s when the charitable Lancastrian industrialist Thomas Rawlinson decided to provide his Scottish workers, who at the time still wore primitive rags, with decent clothing whereby a one size fits all open cut garment was provided. The reason for providing this basic one size fits all kilt for the Scottish men instead of a pair of trousers is that it costs more to measure up and cut a pair of trousers than it does to cut a one size fits all wrap around your waist garment -which is what the kilt is. The textile and pattern of the kilt, which the Scots often claim as some sort of proof of their Celtic ancestry was in reality a common textile woven in and imported from the European continent in the 18th century and never had anything to do with any Scottish ancestry or clan membership whatsoever.

    The Scots even went to the extent of creating a football club called Celtic FC and even adopted the same green striped uniform of a genuine Celtic national football club– that of Sporting Lisbon of Portugal. The green stripes of the Portuguese club which has been in existence for over a hundred years is original to Portugal – a genuine Celtic nation.

    When asked why they have a football club called Celtic even though Scotland is not a Celtic nation the Scots respond by saying the club owes its creation to Irish immigrants. However, the Irish themselves are not Celtic either but are Scots themselves because Ireland used to be called Scotland. That is, all Irishman were called Scots in antiquity and so just like the Scots, the Irish are themselves also a Scythian Slavic people like the Serbs and Russians.

    Though their own historical records state they’re of Scythian Asiatic ancestry and not Celtic, they for some reason choose to ignore their Asiatic origins. The genuine Celts, otherwise known as Gallic in Latin, are those people from the nations of France (Ancient Gaul), Portugal (Port of the Gauls, known in ancient times as Celtica), Galicia (Land of the Gauls), Belgium (Belgae Gaul), Spain (Celtiberia), Northern Italy (Cisalpine Gaul), Switzerland and Austria (Transalpine Gaul).

    Yet today, both the Scot and the Irish travels abroad fraudulently portraying himself as European and Celtic when in truth and like all Slavs from Serbs to Russians they are Scythian and Asiatic.

    But what’s so shameful about the Scythian ancestry of the Scot and Irish that warrants them stealing the identity and history of genuine Celtic Europeans? It seems the Irish and Scots are trying to hide a historical blemish which they don’t want other peoples to discover. This blemish is that one of their Scythian kings inter-married with Africans before they arrived in Britain and Ireland.

    We know from Nennius’ historical writings (Historiam Britonum) that with respects to Ireland, "first came Partholomus with a thousand persons, all of whom died in one week of a plague. Then came Nimeth to Ireland, a son of Agnomen, and afterwards came three sons of a soldier of Iberia [modern day Georgia and Armenia in Asia].” Partholomus and Nimeth are the Partholan and Nemed of many Irish texts.

    Nennius wrote that during the time of the Exodus there lived a "nobleman of Scythia among the Egyptians" who was expelled from Egypt and wandered for forty-two years in Africa before sailing to Iberia (modern day Georgia and Armenia in Asia). His progeny afterwards arrived in Ireland 1002 years after the Red Sea Exodus episode.

    However, this same Scythian nobleman, Nell (from where the modern day Irish and Scottish names Neal, O’Neal, Neil and O’Neil comes from), while in Egypt married an Egyptian princess by the name of Scota, from which the modern day Scots derive their name. According to 9th century British historian Nennius in his Historiam Britonum, these were the last of all to arrive in Ireland and whose descendants remain there to this day.

    The partial African-Egyptian roots of the modern Scottish and Irish people and their presence in Africa and Egypt is also confirmed in the famous Irish Book of Leinster otherwise known as The Lebor Gabala Erren.

    “Nell, son of Feinius Farsaid, went into Egypt through valour till he reached powerful Pharao; till he bestowed Scota, of no scanty beauty, the modest, nimble daughter of Pharao.” Irish Book of Leinster. 25

    “Now that is the time when Gaedel Glas, was born, of Scota daughter of Pharao. From her are the Scots named.” Irish Book of Leinster. 14

    “Scota bore a son to noble Nell, from whom was born a perfect great race: Gaedel Glas was the name of the man” Irish Book of Leinster. 25

    This new race mentioned above is the mixed Africa-Slavic people today known as the Scottish and Irish (who were also called Scots before they changed their name to Irish).

    “Now Sru, son of Esru son Gaedel, he it is who was chieftain for the Gaedil who went out of Egypt after Pharao was drowned. Seven hundred and seventy years from the Flood till then.” Book of Leinster. 16

    “For that reason was the seed of Gaedil driven forth upon the sea, to wit Agnomain and Lamfhind his son, so that they were seven years on the sea, skirting the world on the north side.” Book of Leinster. 19

    Nennius’ Historiam Britonum together with the Irish Book of Leinster not only clearly confirms the Scythian origins of the modern day Scottish and Irish people but it also reminds them of their partial African-Egyptian ancestry through one of the Pharao’s daughters named Scota – from which the modern Scots derive their name.

    Even the Scottish Chronicum testifies to the partial African-Egyptian ancestry of the Scots where it says:

    “Nell, son of Fenius, learned in many languages, went to Egypt.” Chronicon Scotorum

    “departing from Scythia, after the slaying of Reflor, contending for the sovereignty of Scythia. His great fleet consisted of 100 ships, as the
    vellum relates from which this copy has been drawn; fifteen families in each ship, and soldiers without wives in it besides…three months more, also, they were on the Red Sea, until they came to Pharaoh, the king of Egypt. They learned the arts of that country. They remained eight years with Pharaoh in Egypt, where they propagated their various arts and their various actions.” Chronicon Scotorum

    “And it was in it Milidh's two sons, Eremon and hErennan, were born. These were the two youngest. The two oldest were Donn and Ebhir; for in the east, in Scythia, Donn was born, and Ebhir in Egypt.” Chronicon Scotorum

    The invasion of Britain in antiquity by a mixed African-Irish people was also recorded by the Welsh historian Geoffrey of Monmouth where he writes:

    “Britain, in the flame of a civil war under king Careticus is miserably wasted by the Saxons and the Africans. After, Malgo succeeded Careticus, a lover of civil war, and hateful to God and the Britons. The Saxons, discovering his fickle disposition, went to Ireland for Gormund, king of the Africans, who had arrived there with a very great fleet and had subdued that country.” Geoffrey of Monmouth, History of the Kings of Britain, Chapter 8

    It’s clear that the mixed Irish-Africans mentioned by the Welsh historian Geoffrey of Monmouth is not an unfounded myth like some make it out to be but a historically verified fact which now makes complete sense when compared to the writings of other historians and when placed in its correct context. These mixed Irish-Africans are none other than the descendents of the Scythian king Nell and Scota - the African Egyptian daughter of Pharoh mentioned in both Irish and Scottish chronicles.

    The Scythian presence in Asia was also recorded by the greatest of historians himself – Herodotus, where he writes:

    “The dominion of the Scythians over Asia lasted eight and twenty years during which time their insolence and oppression spread ruin on every side.” Herodotus, Histories, Book 1.106 (5th century BC)

    Interesting how Herodotus’ description of the Scythian spread of ruin in 5th century BC mirrors Gildas’ description of the similar devastation and ruin of Britain by the Irish, Pict and Scottish Scythians more than a thousand years later.

    The shameful history of the Scythian didn’t go unnoticed in ancient times where the historian Josephus wrote “Now as to the Scythians, they take a pleasure in killing men, and differ but little from brute beasts.” Josephus: Against Apion 2.38

    So many Scythians originate from Asia that a large city is even recorded after them “So they came over Jordan, and arrived at the great plain, over against which is situate the city Bethshah, which is called by the Greeks Scythopolis.” Josephus: Antiguities12.8.5

    The reason why Bethshah was called Scythopolis is well known from such historians as Herodotus and Syncellus, where they record that the Scythians, when they overran Asia, in the days of Josiah, seized this city, and kept it, from which time it retained the name of Scythopolis, or the City of the Scythians.

    The fact that the Irish, Picts and Scots are a mixed Scythian-African people whose ancestors can be traced to Egypt, Africa and Asia is undeniable.

    The quest of the Irish and Scot to portray themselves as Celts and Europeans is just a fraudulent attempt to steal the identity of the real and pure Celtic Europeans in order to hide from sight their not so popular but nevertheless mixed Scythian Afro-Asiatic origins and ancestry.

    The Scots should change the name of their football club to Scythian FC and stop stealing the identity of genuine Celtic European peoples who are not to blame for the past errors of Scythian-Slavs.

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    Thanks for that history lesson
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    way to long to read all this, but so what what they call themselves. They are Scotlands number 1 team and will be champions again!!
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    Number two, actually.
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