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Irish in America Before Columbus

[With thanks to The Aisling Magazine and to Rick Saunders for bringing this to our attention.] By Ida Jane Gallagher and Barry Fell A petroglyph in Wyoming County, West Virginia, testifies to the presence of Irish monks in America between … Continue reading

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The Purloined Letter of History: From Genoa to Galway – Columbus’ Visit to Galway

on these shores around 1477 the genoese sailor cristoforo colombo found sure signs of land beyond the atlantic la citta di genova alla citta de galway 29.vi.1992. ar an gcladach seo thar timpeall 1477 taibhsiodh don mairéalach cristoforo colombo as … Continue reading

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Did the Irish and St Brendan discover America first?

We know that Christopher Columbus’ voyage of discovery was initially conceived and planned by the great founder of modern science, Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa and his circles who envisioned a New World, free of oligarchical control.  Cusa’s circles inspired Columbus … Continue reading

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