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#1
Hypothesis: state of California is named after Caldley Island due to Irish Monks



https://thejournalofantiquities.com/2012/07/22/caldey-island-pembrokeshire-wales/

¨One California pioneer, Josefa Carrillo de Fitch, was convinced that California was an indigenous word. When interviewed about her recollections of early California, Josefa said she remembered her mother saying "that 'California' is an Indian word, and in Spanish means 'high hill.'"
https://www.californiafrontier.net/name-california/

California was indeed an Indian word that came from the Irish Monks in 550s ad.



¨The island has been called 'A Cradle of Celtic Christianity' since it's foundation in c540 AD. Caldey is thought to be named after a Viking chieftain called Caldeye.¨

Caldley + Cal(d)eye = Cali
Caldley in Viking lingo means ¨Cold island¨ but it became a Holy Island and a hub for Missionaries in 500s ad. Caldley (Kaidey)

¨We don't know who exactly gave California its name, but by the 1540's, Spanish explorers were already referring to the peninsula as "California." Of course, when early writers mentioned "California" they meant Baja California, since the existence of Alta California wouldn't be confirmed until Vizcaíno's 1602 voyage.¨
https://www.californiafrontier.net/name-california/


The suffix ¨fornia¨ perhaps from the Sutters mill gold rush, Forty niners...

Wrong assesstment, imo, however Montalvo's novel of 1510... alludes to Amazons...which previous posts indicated they were near there, ¨place where women govern¨ in Mexico.
https://www.californiafrontier.net/name-california/

 https://historycooperative.org/california-name-origin/







#2
Croatian Myths confirm Queen Medh and Hercules (the sea-god)

https://travelnhistory.com/legends/croatian-folklore/

¨The story of Nera and Antonio¨

 ¨But Nera was betrothed to the sea god, and her family insisted that she return to the waters¨

(Vila means Fairy in Croatian could stem from Queen Medh (Abila = Vila)
¨Vila (Fairy), Fairies are a favourite of Croatian mythology.¨
https://travelnhistory.com/legends/croatian-folklore/

The Irish-British Myths undoubtedly pointed to the sea-god as Hercules aka Manco Capac I. Only someone who  sailed and visited every nation on the planet would be classified in Myths as the sea-god.

Interesting enough, just as Medjugorge is named after Queen Medh from Ireland (the Mediterranean Sea is also named after her) so there is a river called Tara in Bosnia. Tara; in previous posts, speculated that Tara was the name of her son or daughter of Hercules.

https://www.tarasportrafting.com/blog/tara-river-canyon

Moreover, Greek colony in Croatia in ancient times alludes to perhaps a Tartessios port?

¨They are accompanied by a plethora of remarkable grave goods, such as 15 bronze and silver fibulae, spiral bronze jewelry, bronze tweezers, needles, hundreds of glass and amber beads, a bronze diadem, and over thirty vessels of Greek provenance, many crafted in workshops from Attica and Italy.¨
https://archaeologymag.com/2024/04/2500-year-old-greek-illyrian-helmet-found-in-croatia/

https://greekcitytimes.com/2024/04/17/second-sensational-discovery-in-croatia-2500-year-old-greek-illyrian-helmet/

https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/korcula-island-0018413


https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/ancient-necropolis-found-croatia-palace-garden-180977997/

Queen Medh´s tomb perhaps is near Medjugorje... fyi...Croatian Myths have some wierd Vamp mojo woo woo on placenta


 
#3
Quote from: Guapo on March 22, 2024, 04:37:59 AM
Quote from: Guapo on March 13, 2024, 05:04:08 AMHypothesis: The Towers of Hercules were really The 2 Towers of Love

Hercules named the 2 Towers after his Queens. Queen Medh of Avila (Abila or Abyla is Avila) and Calpe is named for the other Queen - Henemoa (Hinoja, Spain is most likely named after her, etc...). The other Calpe = Caliope is Hinemoa, imo.

Calpe is Caliope. The goddess of music and singing. Recall it was music that drew Hinemoa to Hercules.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calliope

https://oldworldgods.com/greeks/who-is-calliope-in-greek-mythology/
 


Correction:
From the Dic-Enciclop. EDAF, Madrid, 1971- ¨Abila is the ancient city near Damascus, Syria since it was the Capital of Tetraquia de Lisoanias¨ later the Romans built upon the site.

Greek Myth of Queen Medea (in Greek, Medeia) has her traveling from Greece to Asia Minor.

Thus Queen Medh (Maeve in Irish) did indeed spend time in the desert in Asia Minor, the Greeks were correct. Was this the Abila that Hercules devoted his quest of the Two Columns or Two Towers by seperating the rocks? Or did they name it after the Avila, Spain where she may have spent time?

 

Hercules in Irish Myths
He had many brothers or half brothers and sisters...at least 3  brothers and sistersor so he traveled around the world.  Most often he is ¨the sea-god¨ ie Ler as well... thus, interesting that 7 brothers are noted- is the description of Hercules´s 6 brothers or half brothers?

¨Ailill and Medb had seven sons, all called Maine. They originally had other names, but after Medb asked a druid which of her sons would kill Conchobar, and received the reply "Maine", they were all renamed as follows:¨

7 Brothers:
  1.*  Fedlimid became Maine Athramail ("like his father")
  2. *  Cairbre became Maine Máthramail ("like his mother")
  3.*  Eochaid became Maine Andoe ("the swift")
  4. * Fergus became Maine Taí ("the silent")
  5. * Cet became Maine Mórgor ("of great duty")
  6.  * Sin became Maine Mílscothach ("honey-speech")
  7. * Dáire became Maine Móepirt ("beyond description")

The prophecy was fulfilled when Maine Andoe went on to kill Conchobar, son of Arthur, son of Bruide
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ailill_mac_M%C3%A1ta


Hercules and his 6 brothers visited Ceuta, it means ¨7 Brothers¨
Ceuta, Spain

Ceuta in Greek signifies ¨7 Brothers¨

The Romans later built a fortress called the ¨7 Brothers¨ evidently they knew the story of Hercules´s visit. This confirms the Irish Myths!
https://www.britlink.org/plazas-de-soberania/ceuta/

¨The settlement below Jebel Musa was later renamed for the seven hills around the site, collectively referred to as the "Seven Brothers" (Greek: Ἑπτάδελφοι, translit. Heptádelphoi; Latin: Septem Fratres).¨

#4
Quote from: Stubborn on Today at 06:05:02 AMIf the NO doctrine is a true doctrine of the Church that teaches the pope and all the bishops are infallible whenever the all teach the same thing in unison,

I was taught that the principle of unison applied to the Fathers and Doctors.  Men like Blaise Cupich and Wilton Gregory are in that rarefied, holy category?  Who knew?  (I'm only addressing the "if" clause there.)
#5
The Coffee Pot / Re: YouTube You're watching
Last post by james03 - Today at 07:38:31 AM
Watch the ending.

#7
Quote from: JJoseph on Today at 05:22:03 AM1. Basically, the reference to the Spirit given to Christ (Himself a High Priest and Bishop, as various Scripture passages teach), suggest that the same Spirit of the High Priesthood/Episcopacy is being conferred.
This is another problem with the "form"; if one claims that the "governing spirit" is the power of orders, then there is no reference to the giving of the Holy Ghost. If one claims that this spirit is the Holy Ghost, then there is no reference to the power of orders.
Quote2. This is confirmed by the reference to the Apostles, and to founding the Church, something they did/could do because they were Bishops (not just simple Priests), possessing the fullness of the Priesthood themselves.
The Apostles had gifts that did not belong strictly to the power of orders, such as impecability; infallibility, and the right to preach the gospel everywhere and to found Churches. These were unique to them.
Quote3. The true but more developed doctrine of the distinction between Orders and Jurisdiction seems hardly relevant here, as Fr. Calderon shows in footnote 29 of his study. In earlier days, a person was consecrated and given jurisdiction at the same time.
This rite and form were designed in the 20th C. Not in the first; so the authors well knew the difference between the two and blurred them for their own nefarious purposes.
That the rite of orders does not include either the right to found Churches or even to teach, is evident from the fact that many bishops are consecrated with only a titular diocese and without a Church to teach in. A simple priest with the Papal delegation can found Churches. Therefore there is no reference to the power of Episcopal orders in the new rite.
What comes after the words of the "form" is irrelevant to the validity of the form itself. Cardinal Ratzinger published a decree from the CDF declaring that the Nestorian rite of Adai, that did not have a form was valid because the form was "diffused" through the other parts of the rite. These are the kind people that were tampering with our sacraments after Vatican II.

This is implied in the reference to "you have chosen your servant for the office (jurisdiction) of bishop (orders)" prayer belo[/quote]

#8
Joseph:
QuoteAs Fr Pierre Marie OP points out (26), the validity of this interpretation is confirmed by the close resemblance of this form to that of two other Catholic rites ab Ecclesia recepti: the rite of Episcopal Consecration of the Coptic Catholics and that of the Consecration of the Maronite Patriarch. The consecratory prayers of both rites show a close relationship with the Traditio Apostolica
Fr. Pierre Marie was mistakenly comparing the new rites to the Maronite rite of enthronement of an Archbishop; which is not a rite used for the consecration of a bishop.
#9
Joseph,
Fr. Calderon's study concludes with the following:
Holy Orders Rev. Alvaro Calderon SSPX
SiSiNoNo 267 Noviembre 2014, Spanish edition, translated by the traditionalist Dominicans of Avrille, France.
QuoteThe new rite that Paul VI intended to promulgate by his apostolic constitution "Ponticalis Romani" is certainly illegitimate for a number of reasons: first, because no pope has the authority to abrogate the Roman liturgical tradition, much less to invent a rite that breaks with the whole Catholic tradition; It is illegitimate, because the contagion of modernist doctrines renders it harmful to the faith, and a determination contrary to the common good of the Church cannot have the force of law
The defects from which this rite suffers, which prevent us from being certain of its validity [since it is only probably valid], seems to us to justify and render necessary the conditional re-ordination of priests by new bishops, and, if necessary, the conditional reconsecration of these bishops. It is not possible to suffer such uncertainties at the very root of the sacraments.
#10
Family Life / Re: Cheese rolling today. Gre...
Last post by KreKre - Today at 06:37:58 AM
I love cheese, but this is a bit too much even for cheese. Fortunately, there are less insane ways to obtain it. :D