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category national | environment | press release author Wednesday August 31, 2005 18:11author by Vercingetorix (Ireland)author email vercingetorixireland at yahoo dot ie Report this post to the editors

King Ollamh Fodhla

King Ollamh Fodhla is very closely associated with the Hill of Tara, and with Brehon Law.

One of the amazing things concerning King Ollamh Fodhla is that he appears to have been completely "written out" of modern Irish history books (for reasons unknown), even though he is possibly the most important - by far - of all the kings of Ireland.

Partly for the purpose of trying to promote "Heritage Week" (which is next week) further information about King Ollamh Fodhla has been compiled at the following new website:

http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/

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Related Link: http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/
author by Vercingetorixpublication date Tue Sep 06, 2005 14:35author address author phone Report this post to the editors

In connection with the planned M3 tolled motorway, scheduled at present to go through the Tara / Skreen Valley, an e-mail has been sent to Minister Martin Cullen TD (Transport) and Minister Dick Roche TD(Heritage) regarding the connection between King Ollamh Fodhla, The Hill of Tara, and Brehon Law.

The text of the e-mail (dated September 3rd 2005) can be seen at the following Internet address:

http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/EuropeanHeritageDaysIreland2005.htm

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author by Vercingetorix (Ireland)publication date Thu Sep 08, 2005 18:26author address author phone Report this post to the editors

As can be seen at the following address 16 Irish MEPs (Members of European Parliament) have been informed regarding the above information:
http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/MEPs-Plus-5September2005/Email.htm

The e-mail at the above address was also copied to the following: The National Roads Authority Headquarters, An Bord Pleanala, The Environment Protection Agency, The Heritage Council, An Taisce, VOICE of Irish Concern for the Environment, Friends Of The Irish Environment, The Democracy Commission (Ireland), Martin Cullen TD (Minister for Transport), and Dick Roche TD, Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.

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author by Vercingetorix (Ireland)publication date Sat Sep 10, 2005 12:10author address author phone Report this post to the editors

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National & International Media Organisations informed:

http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/NationalInternationalMedia5September2005/Email.htm

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Republic of Ireland Parliamentarians ("Oireachtas Members") informed:

Group 1:
http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/OireachtasMembers6September2005/G1/Email.htm
Group 2:
http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/OireachtasMembers6September2005/G2/Email.htm
Group 3:
http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/OireachtasMembers6September2005/G3/Email.htm
Group 4:
http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/OireachtasMembers6September2005/G4/Email.htm
Group 5:
http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/OireachtasMembers6September2005/G5/Email.htm

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London-based Media informed:

http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/LondonBasedMedia8September2005/Email.htm

“Tara is one of the most important and famous archaeological complexes in the world..."

"... all of our researches point to the valley between Tara and Skryne as an area
of paramount importance throughout the history of Tara.”

Dr Conor Newman:
http://www.google.com/search?q=Dr+Conor+Newman%2C+Tara&btnG=Google+Search

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author by Vercingetorix (Ireland)publication date Wed Sep 14, 2005 14:27author address author phone Report this post to the editors

"In the piers between the windows of the interior dome (Four Courts, Dublin) are eight colossal statues, in alto relievo, resting upon consoles or brackets, representing Punishment, Eloquence, Mercy, Prudence, Law, Wisdom, Justice, and Liberty. Over those statues an entablature with a highly-enriched frieze is continued round the dome, and immediately above each window, in the frieze, are medallions of the following eight distinguished legislators, Moses, Lycurgus, Solon, Numa, Confucius, Alfred, Manco-Capac, and Ollamh-Fodhla."

The above text comes from a much longer piece at:
http://www.chapters.eiretek.org/books/Wright/wright22.htm

It shows that at the time the Four Courts building in Dublin was designed and constructed, around the 1780s, King Ollamh Fodhla was regarded as one of the eight greatest legislators in world history.

Additional information showing the very close links between the Hill of Tara, Brehon Law, and King Ollamh Fodhla, can be found at the following address:
http://www.kingollamhfodhla.com/
 

author by paleo-historiogapherpublication date Wed Sep 14, 2005 14:50author address author phone Report this post to the editors

that Ollamh-Fodhla came just before Finnachta and reigned from 1317BC to 1278BC, and is thought by some to have been a friend and student of the prophet jeremiah but none of those claims have been accepted by peer review.
This smells of celtic supremacism. What basis is there for any of the biographical information we are being offered in these links? And considering the political agenda of the "celtic party" and Vercingetorix (Ireland) as available for all to read, are we to think we are being infitrated by fascists???

 
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