Celts or Gallic?


Celts or Gallic? Spring. Spring. Modern druids interpret the word "druid" in several different ways, among the Celts "dru-wid-es" means the very learned, in Gallic language and according to the ethymology of the ancient word, it means "the flow", of to know, there did indeed exist Druidisants of various cultures and in the Gallic period, the culture consisted mainly of European linguistic diversity, revealed on an older Europeanized cultural basis. The Gauls appear in western European history 4000 years ago under the name Goïdel (gaels) at the time of the construction of stonehenge, while the mention of Celts, Keltoi, does not appear. that there are about 2500 in the ancient texts. During Antiquity, the Celtic tribes did not extend over all the territories of Western Europe, however, they shared a culture quite close with the neighboring tribes. The "Gauls" being a general term attributed to everyone it seems. Some Celtic druidizers today claim their pride with brio and ... stupidity but not all, the most educated know their tribes well. At the time, there were Gallic, Celtic, Ligurian druids from Belgium, Aquitaine, Armorica, Iberia, Ireland ... etc. and so on. All these tribes respected each other. Among all the names of divinities found (over 2500), many are untranslatable into ancient Celtic. The Gallic language found everywhere was not translated by the Celtisants and for good reason, it is not a Celtic language. Big differences of worship also appear, in particular for the worship of the dead. The helmet of Agris offers to the sight a very clear orientalist design, this seems normal for Celtic tribes whose origin is Asian, among the Gauls, the pragmatism is seen very well, the simple side, resistant, practical, is more marked . I notice that the statues of gods found appeared with the arrival of the Celts in Europe. Celtic Druidism is therefore idolized, and if we take into account that their calendar begins for the dark period of spirituality, I also understand why the Celtic cult did not have to suffer the exactions of the Romans as much as the Gauls, the Celts were especially monks honoring their visible gods as today, the Gallic druids honored true life and the miracle of the spirit. It is perhaps also for that that the ancient historians wanted to ignore the existence of a people which did not honor the gods in the usual way all around the Mediterranean. Politically as much as religiously, it was inadmissible that there was no statuary representing the pantheons of the "known" world. The gods had all powers ... except among the Gauls, and the places where the gods were not physically represented ... did not exist for them. The truth is that the fundamental ideas were close for the Celts and the Gauls, not their cultic expression. Just before the war, the Gauls had adopted the Celtic mode of burial and the Celts no longer worshiped stone idols. In our modern time, many of those who claim to be Celtic do not even live in the ancient Celtic territories, but hey, the culture has no borders, the one in which they are part is that of a world contemporary. By reading the wikipedia articles (the mac Donald of dictionaries) we realize that the Celtic invaders of the 21st century all claim the word of Caesar (oops) who as we know very well, deceived, lied and betrays all his career. He was assassinated by his close political friends, to tell you if we trusted him. The writings of this Caesar are not really worth much. Did you know that this godichon wrote about the Gauls that they lived in huts in the depths of the woods? In fact, he probably never saw any of the big cities of ancient Gaul? He had taken the wrong path and invaded South Africa? The armed thistle. The armed thistle. In any case, DNA research proves genealogical confluences. Proto-Celts, Camunian-Ligurians who were also Proto-Gaels, Proto-Welsh do not have the same DNA signature. The most extensive actual Celtic migration to the west took place just 2,000 years ago to flee the Romans. And there again, the tribes in place welcomed them without known wars. It seems that a Hyperborean people existed in Gaul long before the others, but what proof have we preserved: little except abstract symbolism on pottery and the assurance that no other people known older than the Welsh and the Gauls could not have existed before us without leaving any traces of a fundamentally different civilization. For us, Gallic, the Proto-Welsh and Hyperborean source seems indeed to bere the oldest racial trace, bringing us back to our ancestors .... Europeans of origin. When to those who still say today that the Gauls did not exist, I reassure them, they did not exist on the moon for example. It would be interesting to officially compare Gallic and Welsh DNAs, for example, since there are still some. It will be done soon. In any case, the Proto-Celts are from the German Hallstats, the Gallic and a fortiori Welsh descend from indigenous tribes of Western Europe, the Ligurians descend from the Camunians, the Iberians ... descend from the mountain ( it consoles) and maybe we have Hyperborean ancestry ... maybe. The Gallic tribes were at a multicultural crossroads from antiquity. Nb: according to foreign authors the Gauls would be Celts, where the Celts of the Gauls according to the foreign grammatical posture, in fact the Gaul nation was made up of a great cultural mix, this was proven, what would interest me, it would be to find the mention of Celtic membership in one of the many Gallic texts found to locate these tribes geographically. Two thousand years ago, the Gallic culture was persecuted and forbidden to erase it, not the Celtic culture? Why? Because they fled to Scotland? The answer is logical. The fear of the magic of the Gallic druids of course made them persecuted, but also the need for the invader to annihilate any possibility of return to the Gallic cultural and political sources which made them fear a return of things, a revenge. NB: it seems that the Germanic tribes of Hallstat, known as Celts, have joined the congregation which brought together the Gallic tribes around -800. I had a little surprise while looking among the divinities, to discover that the tribes known as Allamanes, the Germans of today came from a Gallic cultural base. And yes, the Allamans were not Germans. They often fought with them at that time. So not Celts where of mixed culture. NB: there are still people who do not understand my purely Gallic positioning, I only have one thing to tell them: If you mix up the Gauls, the Celts, the Arabs, the Vikings, the "je ne sais quoi" and more ... you get the negation of a proprietary identity. So with me it's Gallic, it's clear, it's clear, it's solid, no need for the others. When those who say they are from here and elsewhere ... they are not from nowhere in reality, that does not hold water. One more thing, so-called Celtic Druidism is based solely on political will, which unfortunately was overrun by neo-Nazism. This has been going on for more than 80 years and I am quite sure that it will be impossible for the Druids, and other Celtic clubs, themselves to get rid of it because there was too much to let it go. It's also a nationalism that comes from outside for us, so think carefully. I have the research results that are likely to appear in the next five years and all those who call themselves Celts of France risk being seen as complete morons, which I do not wish them. We are going to trace Gallic, native culture back to 3000 years before our era, thanks to mythological filiations. Long before the Greeks, long before the Germans. And there is no filiation with the Germans, the language is there to prove it. With Allamans yes on the other hand, there is a correlation. Gallic culture comes from western Europe, Celtic culture is Odinic, East Germanic. It's sure and certain. Those who say that Stonehenge for example was built by the Neo Celts are political extremists. They are going to put you in a mess to control your movements. There was no neo-Celtic culture, otherwise they would have been able to prove it methodically by language and statuary. They tried, nothing convincing. I ask a simple question: where are the thousand-year-old megaliths among the Germans? : Not Celts.