THE FIRST RECORDS
In its earliest history the island of Ireland lists occupation by several groups of people who seem obsure.
One of its earliest noted carbon dated constuctions is the round white stone corbelled Bru na Boine on the north side of the Boan River known as the Brug na Boyne or New Grange which has been carbon dated to 2500 BC.
The Myths or story of these times do not identify the buliding of this still solid structure but it does give us a line of desent for a people commanly called the Fir Bolg who are in Irish the Fer Builge.
Listing them as 5 sons of Dela[breath day] which probably is an English shorting for DelaigeNa.
Breath of the weak. Laigin.
These could also translate to Delagene orDeluge --the Flood.
The descent for
These Bolgic or Builccic names apparently were in the island by foot from the time of the flood and were with cattle as they crossed into Ireland on a land bridge with these herds and settled in the Boyne Valley along theRiver.
It may be these Builgig men whose graves adorn the site at new Grange from 2500 or so BC.
Cycles of Clanna ne Meda m Fae Bair Morc m Delaige occupied Dal Raide in Antrim, Rosscommain, Mag Eo [Mayo] Loch Erne and Sleive Bloom [Slabe Blama] fighting the Fo Moir [under great] giants at Tor Coning [Tory island].
there were 3 Sagas of the 'Great Under' FoMoir each one covering a period of some 2 or 300 years.
The Fo Moir are descibed as giants and lead by Bailar[ Belar] the center mouth. BeiMerna
the man of the Bay
who was the eventual progenator of Luig Lamada the Luigne. Later Con macne.
His mother being Cathleen or Ceidlenn
the Cuin Cait Ced [Con Cet Ceth or Ced]
A listing for Cea Sair is made [Causer like Chauser] to be 2375 BC + 2000 AD = 4375 years ago.
The Bru Na Boine was built about 2500 BC + 2000 Ad = 4500 years ago.
Hence Ceasair and her 50 men would have been in Ireland 200 years after the Bru People.
She has a burial place as Carne Ceasire on the Boyle Abainn in the West of Buile River Abbey at N4 near Carrowkeel[ Ceitrun Cele].
Ceat= 4th or quarter
Cele =Beam of the ship
Carrrowkeel the english is in Irish ceatcele.
The keel being also cail, caoil ciol all pronounced the 'ee' in english.
The Keel is the lenthwise beam of the ship on which the rest is built, or the cele.
ceatcele is therefore quarter beam or 4th beam.
Probably Carne G which shows a ray of sunlight on June 21 the Summer solstice when the sun reaches its furthest meridian north as Bru does on 21 December the furthest south solstice.
Cea Sair or Ceser is at Boylen or Builen.
The Next mithe -mide- Saga or myth story related the arrival of Partalon in 2050 BC +2000 years, 4050 years ago, who is listed as buried at Tallacht the lake end of Tal [to yeild] inthe mounds and barrow graves there sust west of Dublin.
There seems to be the 3rd cycle or saga of Formoir which is an era between Ceasair and Partalon, a sept of Me Midi.
Tha= Ta or Da orThane or Dane
It is the paper Danainn or De Danann [breathe of the Dain or den]
de Dainain [Denen].
The Sa Ga[thrust of the Ray].
As Delagena is the survivor The deluge
These Fir Builge would be part of the Noah Saga in the Bible which lists Sem, Am , IaPet.
The geinasin which is the sound of cattle produced the Ragnall Nealle The Reg Nealle who produced the Erc the Earcaig orEarcagh [recruit] and he the father of Eocaid OCed the last king of the Fer Builge.
The first Fomoir Saga [Cical] lists 325 years from Ceasair to Partalon.
350 years from Partalon to Ne Midi
375 years after the flood
the 3rd cycle of Partalon is 325 years for a total of 700 years the island was occupied and settled after the Great Flood.
All 3 Fomoir cycles occured after the Deluge and took about 700 years for the settlements.
The Ne Mide were a sept of Partalon Claunn and were supreme in Ireland with the Fer Builge on the Boan Anbair under Macada the war goddess.
There story in the 3rd 'Great Under' Formoir Saga.
The 4th Saga is the story [Midi] of the Tuatha Danain who under NuaDa conquered the Fir Builge king ,mac Erc, father of OCed [Eocaid], grandson of Ced of Cuin Cait Ced [Con Cet Ceth]
Na toota Danair[ Danair the Tuatha Danen too it is Danen] .
withthe battle of Tailten Nuada defeated and killed Erc the Fir Builge Ri With his champion Dagda.
Dagdas skilled young grandson Angus son of Ogma m Dagda, took control of Bru na Boyne his House of Love where he erects a wooden palace constucted on the roof area of this tumulus.
At this point aound 1500 BC or so another link is given for Dela:
ELATHAN ESRIC BRES
DAGDA ALLOID DIAN CECT DUAC TEAMAR
ANGUS OG MANANAIN CIAN* EOCAID
=EITHNE+ OF TUIREEN
LU LAM FADA BUIDE DEARG
[Luigne Corca] [Gailtee Mts LochDearg] Ley Ney 1500BC
*Lug m Cian m Scal Balb interprests to be;
Balb= dumb ,mute, without word
cian= distant, long view ,sadness
Lug to collapse ,or Luige ,to lie down
LugAid= lie down purpose
[In panic and fright without words creates distant sadness]
+Eith ne= child kernall or nucleus
Ith= eat not hunger 'I' can be pronounced 'e 'sound eta or Eth
Eithne the eating child.
Na Cab= mounth
Cabaiste[ Cabish te]= warm cabbage
Eite = wing
warm wing eaten
In interpreting the words from the gaelic spelling they become not exactly a geneological entry but a word view remembrance personified.
This custom of personification of forces of nature and creation are charateristic of all pre flood cultures.
The Irish therfore in discrbing Balar= was center to Cian a long view, to Lugaid a purpose of lying down ,actually develope an awarness of procreation to human form from the forces of nature , space and time.
These procreative processes from the wheel of life where the forces become human and procreate over time, an' Am , their driving force to be warm ,to eat, to speak. to be as they are.
These geneologys show the melding of the Fir Builge* and the Danain from the All DAEI [da ay ,Dauay, daufinn]
Delas child Elatan produces through Eocaid M Bres, Buide Dearg these the dukes of Teamair[Tara]
His brother Esric via Cian m Diancech produces Lu lamFada the Corca Luigne Leyney or Conmacne.
By 1500 BC persons are ,
1. Buide Dearg maic moir Bres
2. Lub lamfada maic mor Eseric
3. Angus Og and Mananann these reflecting the 3rd generation from Elatain at the same era, 1500 BC.
These 4 Sagas are created before the coming of the Milisian from Espainia Eiremon and Ebair about 1400 BC.
The Mili cycle of history begins with the Bardic order and is now discribed as the various cycles the Finn Cycle and others .
These historical cycles were sung and in poetic style and some can be found in the Duanaire today.
the Saga reflect an era from,
2500 BC New Grange
1400 BC Mili
1100 years covering 4 tribes
[the consistancey of 300 and 900 years reflects these tribes]
of recorded genetic listings of the island emphasising 4 separate tribes [tua]
Ceasair Quay sardine
Partalon paper it is bird
Nemide/Fir Builge children of the Saga
De Dainain breathe of the Danes
* 'Bui' [Boy] also hold the meaning of thankful or grate-ful as well as the color yellow both may be related to teh landing on a safe isladn from the gret Deluge
copyright 9 December 2010
The kingship and Landscape of Tara, Edel Breathnach, no date of publication or publisher
Erins Blood Royal: the Gaelic noble Dynasties of Ireland, Peter Ellis, 2002, no publisher noted
My notes taken but not in order.