Before I proceed, I want to share with you this great African proverb, “Until the Story of the hunt is told by the Lion, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter”. After reading peoples comments to, “How Blacks have Irish last names” I was compelled to continue this insightful discussion by presenting a story about the Black Celts. I am not talking about the Black Celts depicted on this blog…..http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/history/who-were-the-black-irish-92376439-237784721.html. “The Vikings were often referred to as the “dark invaders” or “black foreigners.” The Gaelic word for foreigner is “gall” and for black (or dark) is “dubh.”
I’ve travelled to Sweden and all I can say is that the Irish have no resemblance to the Scandinavians. Fact is that the Irish or the Celts are more related to the ancient Phoenicians than the Vikings, “….scientific anthropologists and classic historians have proved that the “Celts” of history were the non-Aryan, round-headed, darkish small statured race of south Germany and Switzerland, and that the “Celts” properly so called are “totally lacking in the British Isles.” Thus, to speak as is so commonly done, of “Celtic ancestry,” the “Celtic “temperament,” and “Celtic fire” amongst any section of the natives of these islands, is, according to anthropologists merely imagination.
Also in the writings of Tacitus, the Roman historian mentions of the dark complexion of the Silures or Black Celts, and maintained that a black aboriginal race lived side by side with a white one in the British Isle in Pre-Roman times. – See more at: http://www.africaresource.com/rasta/sesostris-the-great-the-egyptian-hercules/the-african-roots-of-the-celtish-tribes2-black-celts-black-britons-by-jamani/#sthash.udNLlXLU.dpuf
“The term “Celt” is entirely unknown as the designation of any race or racial element of language in the British Isles, until arbitrarily introduced there a few generations ago. Nor does the name even exist in the so-called “Celtic” languages, the Gaelic, Welsh and Irish. It is, on the contrary, the classic Greek and Latin title of a totally different race of a totally different physical type from that of the British Isles, and that the word was only produced there by unscientific phlogistic and ethnologists some decades ago….” — L.A. Waddell, “Phoenician origin of Britons, Scots and Anglo-Saxons”, p 127f. On this book you can find more information about this theory.
Also, England was settled by the Phoenicians who sailed to England for trade. The Phoenicians invaded England in 1103 BC and when they arrived they found England to be inhabited by the Picts. According to the Ancient History the Picts originally came from Scythia (Scandinavia), settled first in Orkney, and then migrated south. This claim is further supported by archaeologist and professor at Aberdeen University, Dr. Gordon Noble, who states, “All evidence points to the Picts being indigenous to northern Scotland…they began to coalesce during the late Roman period and formed some of the most powerful kingdoms in northern Britain in the early medieval period” (Wiener, 2). They lived in tightly-knit communities and built their homes out of wood, although their skill in stone carving is evident from the many engraved standing stones still extant throughout Scotland and housed in museums. These carved stone slabs are the only record the Picts left of their history; the rest of their story is told by later Roman, Scottish, and English writers.
Let’s take this a little deeper, and lets decipherer who the Phoenicians were and where did they come from?
The ancient Egyptians were black Africans. The Phoenicians were pretty much light-skinned Egyptians from the Mesopotamia area. They began settling in Egypt through trade with Africans. Africans by nature are hospitable people, who are always welcoming visitors.
By the time the North black Africans found out that the Phoenicians were no longer visitors, but rather an occupation group, it was already too late. The North Africans were subject to systematic extermination with all the best parts, including women, cultures, land, treasures, the pyramids, royal thrones and public system, taken over and adopted by the Phoenicians.
Over the years they relocated and made Carthage aka modern day Tunisia their new home and from here ladies and gentlemen the Phoenicians sailed to Europe and settled in various parts of the British Isles.