Taliesin, Amergin, Fionn, and Jesus (similarities)

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Taliesin, Amergin, Fionn, and Jesus (similarities)

Postby David Dalton » 24 Jul 2015, 03:25

You may be interested in my Salmon on the Thorns web page http://www.nfld.com/~dalton/dtales.html on which I compare some past celtic pagan figures including Taliesin (Gwion), Amergin, Fionn, Myrddin and others, and some past major religious figures including Krishna, Moses, Buddha, and Jesus. (Some British figures might be Hu, Herne, and the Green Man?) I will elaborate on the Taliesin case on the Welsh subforum shortly.

Feel free to forward this to any scholars who might be interested in collaborating with me in this research. I am particularly interesting in finding out about any past figures who had a blue rose vision similar to mine early on Sept. 6, 1991.

David Dalton
St. John's, Newfoundland
(but I am from Lake View, on the Avalon Peninsula)

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Re: Taliesin, Amergin, Fionn, and Jesus (similarities)

Postby David Dalton » 24 Jul 2015, 03:28

Oops, that should have gone to the Mythology and Lore forum I guess.


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