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Hello Fada comes to you from the Irish Roots Cafeat www.Irishroots.com. It is the 7th podcast seriesfrom the Irish Hedge School. (Following our history,Music, Song, Travel, and genealogy podcasts).These brief chats are for you if you are interested in theIrish Language and culture generally, or if you are considering takingup a course of study in the future. Each week we meet withRenata at the end of her Irish Language class, and discuss a bitabout the language and her Irish experiences.
 
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Ignore decades of denial by mainstream archaeology: Flat Ogham is alive and well in Ireland. This is a quarter-hour travelogue of the back roads of Ireland in 1986-1988 in search of matching ogham styles discovered in America. The evidence gathered 3 decades ago directly contradicts the dogmatic, non-science posted in 2013 by badarchaeology.com ...…
 
Within a narrow shelter between two huge boulders of a caprock high above the Purgatory River in southeastern Colorado is a Native American equinox site known as The Pathfinder. From a natural chimney above extends a midday sun dagger much longer than America's most famous archaeoastronomical event authored by the Anasazi atop Fajada Butte in C ...…
 
Southwest Ireland: Center of it allHello Fada, notes for the curious on theIrish Language at www.Irishroots.comWe talk today with Chris of OghamArt.The history of this, the first alphabetin Ireland. Obtaining Ogham today.Pronunciation, History.One of six podcast series from theIrish Hedge School at Irishroots.com…
 
Hello Fada Accent with Renata Henleywww.Irishroots.com The Irish Roots Cafe
 
Notes on the Irish language for the curiouswith your host Renata Henleyat www.Irishroots.com
 
www.Irishroots.com The Irish Roots CafeWith your host Renata HenleyShow 14. Mac and O names and usage....
 
Hello Fada with Renata www.Irishroots.comTodays Topic:Who uses the term Irish and who usesthe term Gaelic, and why ?With your host, Renata Henley.See all of our podcasts on genealogy, Historyand language at www.Irishroots.com
 
Hello Fada with RenataCurious News and NotesFrom the IrishRootsCafeat www.Irishroots.comToday we focus on the IrishNational Anthem, when and howit might be sung, and the pronunciationof the words.An impromptu example erupts.....
 
Renata Henley, session leader. Number 11.Hello Fada, Accent on the Irish Language. Number 11Basic notes and background for the curious.From the Irish Roots Cafe at www.Irishroots.comAvailable on our home page at:http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/106/159/Contact UsYou can reach the Irish Roots Cafe on Twitter; Facebook;www.IrishRoots.com; a ...…
 
Hello Fada - www.Irishroots.comHello Fada, Accent on the Irish Language. Number 10Basic notes and background for the curious.From the Hedge School at www.Irishroots.comIrish Word for the Day: Personal NamesWe have free sessions on Genealogy; Song; Travel;Language and History at the Hedge School here: http://web.mac.com/irishpat/IrishRootsCafe/H ...…
 
www.IrishRoots.com Renata HenleyNotes on the Irish Languagefor the curious beginner.Session Leader: Renata HenleyPoor Scholar: Mike O'LaughlinCount from one to three.Count from one to ten.orCount from one to twelve.
 
Hello Fada accent on the IrishFrom www.Irishroots.comCurious news and notes on the Irish...Hosted by Renata Henleywith poor scholar Mike O'LaughlinThis well known tune, or shouldwe say chorus, is very simple tolearn. The words we use here areto the version written by PatrickPearse, before the coming of theIrish Free State.The tune dates back at ...…
 
Hello Fada, with Renata www.Irishroots.comepisode 7How you might say:Where are you from ?I am from ....with curious notesFrom www.Irishroots.com and the Irish Roots Cafe
 
www.Irishroots.com Irish Roots CafeHello Fada, Accent on the Irish Language. Number 6Basic notes and background for the curious.From the Hedge School at www.Irishroots.comIrish Word(s) for the Day:I am well, thank you..... Ta me go maith. .....Ce'n chaoi bhfuil tu.With Discussion and Notes.Available on iTunes at:http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjec ...…
 
From the Hedge School at www.Irishroots.comThree ways to say How are you ?Dialects, rule of 3's.Which way do you prefer ?Irish Word for the Day:Conas ta tu?How Are You ?Available on iTunes at:http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=345039682Available on our home page at:http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/106/159/We ...…
 
Renata Henley www.Irishroots.comHello Fada, Accent on the Irish Language. 4Basic notes and background for the curious.From the Hedge School at www.Irishroots.comToday we take a look at how to ask for andgive your name in the Irish Language.A few different ways are discussed.Listen to the complete 'Hello Fada...' series here:http://www.irishroot ...…
 
Renata Henley www.Irishroots.comEpisode 3.Hello Fada, accent on the IrishWe discuss an Irish greeting whichis similar to 'Cheers' in Irish.Pronunciation and spellingUse of the FadaForgetting the FadaWe need to find the place on this keyboardthat types the Fada !With Your Hedge School TeacherRenata HenleyInterviewed byMike O'Laughlin…
 
Renata Henley www.Irishroots.comSession 2.Hello Fada accent on the IrishThis episode introduces Renata Henley,your session leader at the Hedge School.Today we discuss general backgroundand impressions with Renata, includingher experiences in the U.S. and in Ireland.We meet each week after her Irish LanguageSession at the Irish Roots Cafe for th ...…
 
Hello Fada - accent on the Irish Language, will give youbasic notes and background if you are the curious type.We'll have some fun as we are doing that of course.So, if you want to pick up a few words in the Irish foryour next trip to Ireland, or discover more about Irishlanguage and usage on a casual level, this one is for you !Prior experienc ...…
 
Pyramidology, an obsession in Great Britain in the 1860s, 1870s and 1880s, helped usher in the hybrid science of archaeoastronomy, though you won't read about this in the Wikipedia article. Judging past practices as pseudoscience using modern sensitivities, the collaborative authors have banished this, nonetheless, formative genesis reported here.…
 
FAIR USE in a scholarly context is claimed for this network news report that indepedently and historically verified two archaeoastronomical solar alignments with petroglyphic carvings on equinox first filmed in Scott Monahan's KRMA-TV documentary 2 years earlier.
 
Citing articles from The Atlantic Monthly in January 2000 and from the 1925 Kansas Historical Society Collections, anecdotal, archaeological and ethnographic accounts suggest Celtic sailors may have left genetic fingerprints in America before 1200 CE.
 
Authors Martin Brennan and Chas Clifton visit a solar observation site in southeastern Colorado, marking an ancient Celtic cross quarter date, ending spring and beginning summer. A thin ledge in front of a large circle carved on the sandstone cliff is the only place to witness the peculiar May 5 sunrise within a 3-sided notch defined by the hor ...…
 
The introduction and some key excerpts from Scott Monahan's local PBS documentary that broke the news in 1985 about presumed Celtic inscriptions found some 175 miles southeast of Denver. This clip includes commentary from Dr. Barry Fell, a leading proponent of Old World diffusionism and a controversial epigrapher who ignited controversy in the ...…
 
This is an abridged version of a television news report by Eve Savory, science specialist for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, which aired nearly 2 years following the premiere of Scott Monahan's "History on the Rocks" documentary on KRMA-TV, Denver. Ms. Savory requested and was provided film footage of the linguistic and archaeoastronomi ...…
 
This is the entire stereo soundtrack of the Old News documentary updated in mid-2006 with some minor narrative repairs and modifications. The only exclusions are the baroque oboe interludes of "Windmills Of Your Mind" omitted pending web rights clearance by EMI Music.
 
Present day Colorado appears to have had an attraction not just among ancient Celtic explorers. In earlier centuries, perhaps millenia, explorers from the port city of Salalah on the coast of Dhofar in present day Oman at the southeastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, appear to have left their mark in the heart of mid-America, too.…
 
The theory that bold Celtic sailors crossed the Atlantic and navigated up the Mississippi and Arkansas Rivers to what is today the high plains of southeastern Colorado seems ludicrous to many people, particularly the academic community. But the evidence of surviving Ogham writing translatable via Old Gaelic and associated astronomical markings ...…
 
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