brain sizes: Einstein's and women's
jwknight at polbox.com
Sat Aug 31 14:10:01 EST 2002
"Zayton" <zayton at bellsouth.net> wrote in message news:AF5c9.7167
> > > > > John Knight wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > > Most of the White Races of the world are descendants of the
> > > Israelites,
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > > Nonsense.
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > > Bob
> > > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > The reason the White Race in the US is referred to as "Caucasians" is
> > > > because they were the Israelites who were dispersed to the Caucasus
> > > > Mountains, who went from there throughout Europe.
> > > >
> > > > You didn't know that?
> > >
> > > This is a lie, John.
> > >
> > > Joe
> > Really? Where did White Europeans come from?
> Certainly not from Israel.
> Where did the White
> > Israelites go?
> What "white Israelites?
> Here's how Pontias Pilate described Jesus Christ:
> > The Congressional Library in Washington, D.C., which contains an OFFICIAL
> > GOVERNMENT RECORD OF Pilate's correspondences, which records a meeting he
> > had with Jesus Christ. Plate stated on pages 137-139:
> There are Medieval forgeries proportion to be written by Pilate, but no
> authentic documents.
> You're still a liar, John.
It was a jew who first made the observation that the Hebrew language and Gaelic are one and the same. Are you calling him a liar too?
The languages spoken by the Celts of Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. It is a branch of Celtic.
Celtic This term is used to refer to any of the related Indo-European languages that were spoken by the Celtic peoples who inhabited Europe. The modern Celtic tongues are only spoken in western Europe and can be grouped into two branches: Gaelic (Irish and Scottish) and Brythonic (Welsh and Breton).
The Celtic group is divided into two divisions which has three languages in each division. Each division makes up its own unique language.The two branches are:
the BRYTHONIC branch which is made up of the Welsh, Breton and Cornish lan guages; and
the GOIDELIC branch with the Irish, Scots and Manx Gaelic languages.
Perhaps one of the most telling of the commonalities is simply the self-identification as Israelites - the Hibernians - the name of the Irish and the Scots and the Hebrides Islands off the coast of Scotland. The Milesians, one of the early Celtic peoples to come to Ireland from Spain had a tradition that they were of the Lost Tribes. The name Heber, Eber, or H'berian is found throughout early literature to describe the Celts as they described themselves to be "Of Eber" - the grandfather of Abraham.
Irish Boys Names
The 100 Most Popular Male Irish Names, 1999
Rank Name Gaelic Equivalent Meaning/Origin
1 Conor Concobhar Gaelic: 'hound lover'
2 Sean Seán Hebrew: 'God has favoured' or Variants: Eoin, Seon, Shaun, Shawn, Shane
3 Jack Seán A form of name John. Hebrew: 'God has favoured' or Variants: Eoin, Seon, Shaun, Shawn, Shane
4 James Séamus derived from Jacob
5 Adam Adhamh Gaelic: 'red earth' or 'ruddy', Hebrew: man
6 Michael Micheál Hebrew: 'who is like God?', one of the archangels
7 David Dáivi, Daithi Hebrew: 'loved one'
8 Aaron Áron Biblical; 'high mountain'
9 Daniel Dainéal, Dainial Hebrew: 'God is my judge'
11 Shane Seán A form of Sean, popularised by Shane of'Neill, Ulster Chieftain, 1567
12 Cian Cian Gaelic: 'ancient', Cain, Kian and Kean are variants
13 Ryan Ryan Gaelic: 'little king'
14 Luke Lúcás Greek: 'of Luciana', popularised by Saint Luke
15 John Seán Hebrew: 'God has favoured' or Variants: Eoin, Seon, Shaun, Shawn, Shane
16 Eoin Seán, Iain An Irish form of the name John
17 Mark Marcas Mars: The Roman God of War
18 Patrick Pádraig National name of Ireland, from Latin meaning 'noble', Latin word patricius indicates a member of the Patricians, Roman nobility.
19 Thomas Tomás Aramaic: 'twin', one of the Apostles
20 Jordan Irish surname
21 Liam Liam Gaelic form of William
22 Jamie Variant form of James
23 Stephen Stiofán, Steafán Greek: 'crown', Christin martyr
24 Matthew Matha, Maitiú Hebrew: 'God's present', one of the Apostles
25 Oisin Óisín Gaelic: deer, a legendary figure
27 Robert Roibeárd Germanic: 'fame bright'
28 Andrew Aindréas, Aindrias Greek: 'manly', one ofthe Apostles
29 Darragh Gaelic: 'oak'
30 Ciaran Saint Ciaran
31 Joseph Seosamh, Iosaf Hebrew: 'God added', Satin Joseph
33 Kevin Caoimhín Gaelic: 'comely birth', Saint Kevin founded Glendalough 618 ad
35 Jason Iasan Greek: 'healer', Argonaut leader
36 Brian Gaelic: 'hill' Brian Boru, High King of Ireland 1014 ad, Bryan and Bryant are variants. Surnames include O'Brien and O'Byrne.
37 Niall Néall Gaelic: 'cloud', Niall of the nine Hostages, founder of the O'Neill Gaelic dynasty, Scottish form is Neil
38 Ben Beircheart From Benjamin, Hebrew: ' southerner'
39 Paul Pól Latin paulus: 'little', Roman for Saul: 'asked for', an early Christin
40 Christopher Críostóir Greek: 'Christ bearing'
41 Eoghan Gaelic: 'well born', used as a form of Eugene and Owen
42 Cathal Gaelic: 'battle mighty' Cathal Crobhdhearg 'red hand' was king of Connaught 1224 ad, sometimes used for Charles
43 Ross Ros Gaelic: 'promontory', Ulster name
44 Joshua Biblical name
45 Ronan Rónán Gaelic: 'little seal', Ronan was King of Leinster
47 Darren Gaelic: 'little great one'
48 Peter Peadar Aramaic: 'rock', name given to Saint Simon by Christ
49 Craig Gaelic words is 'carrig' meaning 'rock'
50 William Liam Germanic: 'will helmet'
52 Anthony Antaine, Antoine Roman name
53 Alan Ailín Gaelic:' noble', Allan and Allen are variants
54 Colm Coilm, Columba Gaelic: 'dove'
55 Cormac Cormac Gaelic: 'raven' Surnames include McCormack and McCormick Cormac MacCuilleanan was king of Munster
56 Samuel Sorley Hebrew: 'name of God'
57 Alex Alastar Alexander, Greek: 'helper of man'
59 Killian Cillian Gaelic: 'strife', Saint Killian
61 Cillian Gaelic: 'strife', Saint Killian
62 Padraig Padraig National name of Ireland, from Latin meaning 'noble', Latin word patricius indicates a member of the Patricians, Roman nobility.
63 Richard Risteard Germainc: 'ruler hard'
64 Ian Ion Iain is the Scottish-Gaelic form of Eoin, and thus John
65 Martin Máirtín Mars, Saint Martin of Tours 397 ad, was relative of St. Patrick
66 Rory Ruairí, Ruaraidh Gaelic: 'red, Rory O'Connor was High King of Ireland 1170 ad
67 Brandon Breandan Gaelic: 'prince', Saint Brendan of Birr, 571 ad
68 Alexander Alastar Alexander, Greek: 'helper of man'
69 Aidan Aodhan Gaelic: 'little fire', Saint Aidan 651 ad
71 Karl Germanic form of Charles
72 Gary A form of Gerald
73 Kieran Ciarán Gaelic: little dark one', Saint Kieran
74 Keith Scottish placename
75 Benjamin Beircheart Hebrew: ' southerner'
78 Philip Pilip Greek: 'lover of horses', Kings of Macedonia. Saint Philip was one of the Apostles.
80 Colin Coileán Gaelic: 'cub'. Surname Collins
81 Edward Eamonn, Eadbhard Anglo-Saxon: 'rich guard'
82 Gerard Gearárd Germainc: 'spear hard', Saint Gerald Majella 1755 ad
84 Brendan Brendan Breandan Gaelic: 'prince', Saint Brendan of Birr, 571 ad
85 Owen Eoghan Gaelic: 'well born', used as a form of Eugene
86 Dillon Ray of light, hope
87 Jonathan Ionatán Hebrew: 'God's gift'
88 Sam Sorley Hebrew: 'name of God'
89 Barry Bearach, Barra Gaelic:' spearlike', Saint Barry
90 Eric Germanic
91 Shaun Seán A form of John. Hebrew: 'God has favoured' or Variants: Eoin, Seon, Shawn, Shane
92 Daragh Gaelic: 'oak'
93 Donal Dónal Gaelic: 'world mighty'. Sometimes used for Daniel. SUrnames include O'Donnell and MacDonnells, MacDonalds
94 Diarmuid Diarmuid Gaelic 'envy free', form of Dermot. Legendary Irish hero who eloped with Grania, who was promised to Finn MacCool
95 Lorcan Lorcán Gaelic: 'little fierce one', Saint Lorcan O'Toole 1180 ad
96 Tadhg Gaelic: 'poet', used as a form of Timothy
98 Fionn Gaelic: 'fair'
99 Neil Néall Gaelic: 'cloud', Niall of the nine Hostages, founder of the O'Neill Gaelic dynasty, Scottish form is Neil
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Neur-sci