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Mise Éire Sine mé ná an Chailleach Béarra … I am Éire I am older than the Hag of Beare … When a Gaelic poet reads these oracular lines by poet-rebel P.
Was it all a form of Native Exoticism, this indulgence in Gaelic/Celtic notions?
The Gaelic officer, Hannibal remembered his name as Burdoc, said in a calm, firm voice, "Fear not Axres, for ye'll have Gaelic steel at your back, and Numidian horsemen at your side."
Given the vast spaciousness of their reach, the past limitations of the communication, and the balance of populations, we can confidently state that, however awesome their immediate military prowess, their influence was, in the greatest part, due to the clear superiority and appeal of their culture. All the indigenous languages of Europe share the IndoEuropean roots of these Aryan greats, whether Greek, German, or Gaelic. Great civilizations rose from Stonehenge to Sumeria, and a shared spiritual mythos found its expression in every corner of Europe, forming a deep identity that still joins us. This great native Aryan spirituality (also known as the ProtoIndoEuropean religion) would flower into, among other expressions, Hinduism, Germanic paganism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity, and the ancient Grecian philosophers.