Irland Chronicle


Irland Chronicle

Pre Deluge Settlement?

Adam and Eve evicted from Paradise.

All humans shared one language and culture.

Cain tiller of the ground.

Able keeper of the sheep.

Cain was persecuted for the murder of Able and became a fugitive and a vagabond. Since then 2 lines of humans:

  • from Adam
  • from Cain

The lived may be side by side in their own but different settlements with different equipment, culture and life style?

From Cain

His son Enoch built the first city. Five generations later the children of Lamech with Ada lived in tents and had cattle, and music by harps and organs. Their brother from Zillah became brass and iron artificers.

Pre Deluge Chronicle

0, Adam born, generation G 0

? Eve

? eviction from Paradise

? G1, Cain

? Able

? Cains minority line branches off the other majority humans

130, G1, Seth from Adam

more sons and daughters from Adam

235, G2, Enos from Seth

325, G3, Cainan from Enos

395, G4, Mahalaleel from Cainan

460, G5, Jared from Cainan

622, G6, Enoch from Jared

687, G7, Methuselah from Enoch

987, believer Enoch taken away with 365

874, G8, Lamech from Methuselah

930, Adam dies with 930

1042, Seth dies with 912

1056, G9, Noah from Lamech

1140, Enos dies with 905

1235, Cainan dies with 910

1290, Mahalaleel dies with 895

1422, Jared dies with 962

1556, Shem, Ham and Japheth from Noah

1651, Lamech dies with 777

1656, Methuselah dies with 969, together with almost all others in the deluge

1656, deluge

  • second month, day 10, Noah and family enter the ark
  • second month, day 17, 40 days of flooding

  • month 7, day 17, the ark rests upon the mountains of Ararat
  • month 10, day 1, tops of the mountains visible

1657,

  • month 1, day 1, waters dried up from the earth; most of the earth 11 months and 14 days under water now, still swampy!
  • month 2, day 27, Noah and his family leave the ark

Many preserved cave contents, settlement remainings, tombs, clothes, pottery and tools out of wood, bones, copper, brass and iron could date out of before the deluge.

Such a huge and total deluge could have changed some landscapes dramatically. And the long standing waters could have changed many materials, excavations and findings and their environments or washed them to other locations so that many date estimations by measurement of luminescence and radioactivity should be checked.

The first settlers could have reached Ireland by land or water before the deluge!

The Megalith Agers could have lived before and or shortly after the flood?

Standing Stones

  • tombs
  • henges
  • menhirs
  • circles
  • alignments

Some of them like Newgrange and Stonehenge could have been built mainly for season measurement and calendar correction.

Paleolihic, Mesolithic and neolithic settlements could have existed nearly same time side by side, depending on the welfare of the clan.

If we trust Moses, Adam was born about 6000 years ago and humans are a distinct creation, not to be confused with animals.

The first humans could have lived much longer, because of better genes, nearer to genetic paradise perfection.

And the deluge with a new humanity took place about 4400 years ago.

If this is true, either many old fossils are not human at all or their age calculation went totally wrong or hiders, buriers and or excavators manipulated their fossils, measurements and or results. Or the age estimation is founded on wrong assumptions about the original radio activity, so that the calculations result in wrong ages.

Human, hominid or Ape?

There seems to be a big gap of brainsize between all humanoid fossil findings between one pint and two to three pint brain volume. Fossils with skulls for ape size brain volumes about a pint or less should be taken as apes.

Greetings from Rulamann!

First Settlement

Post Babylon confusion settlement?

New Grange

-500 Iron Age Forts

Gaelic Ibernia

May be different waves of immigration and settlement from Gaul, Britain, Iberia, Scandinavia, the Atlantic ….

Canaanites and Phoenicians from the Mediterranean too?

100-170

Claudius Ptolemaios Ptolemy calls the island first mikra Brettania and then iouernia, while the bigger neighbour island megalo Brettania, later albion

Roman

The Romans call the islands Britannia and Hibernia or Scotia.

Roman Catholic

Irish pirates raid on a roman settlement in Britain

Catholic Missionaries

Monasteries

Mythology

431

Pope Celestine sends Palladius to the once called Scotti, landing in Arklow

432 Patrick returns to Ireland

some years later?

Patrick becomes first archbishop of Armagh, the primate of the island

464 Whole Irland christanised

monks, scholars and monasteries

5??

Book of Kells

Irish Missionaries abroad

563 St. Columba or Columcille of Derry founds monastery of Iona in Scotland

Saint Columba founds a mission on Iona

Sanct Columbanus to Burgundy and Italy

St Kilian to Saxony

St Fiachra, St Fursa to Gaul

St Livinus to Netherlands

monks to Iceland

St Brendan to America?

1976 Tim Severin

6th century

Scotis settling to North West Britannia, the future Scotland

Treasures of the Monasteries

Book of Kells

Viking Plunderers and Traders

795 first Danish Viking raids and colonies

837 two fleets to mouths of Boyne and Liffey

841 Viking forts, Dubh Linn, Wexford, Waterford

1014 Clontarf battle between Danes and Irish

Norman

1169-1171 English Norman Invasion

1171 Lordship of Ireland

1366 Statutes of Kilkenny

since 1500 planters or colonists from England

1533 Pope Clement 7 excommunicates Henry 8

1542 Crown of Ireland Act

Humanism

Reformation

1516 Martin Luther

Thereupon i felt myself to be reborn and to have gone through the open doirs into paradise. The whole of scripture took a new meaning ….. This passage (Romans.1.16,17) became to me a gate to heaven.

1517, Wittenberg, Luther publishs his beliefs at the church door

1520s, Patrick Hamilton to Paris

1528, Archbishop Beaton and the church condemned Hamilton back in Scotland preaching his new faith and burnt him at the stake in St. Andrews. His witness influenced more believers.

1546, George Wishart

1547, John Knox, the french capture St Andrews Castle, 19 months galley slave, 1549 he preaching in England, 1553 to Geneva of John Calvin

1553 – 58 Queen Mary Tudor

Presbyterians

1542 Kingdom of Ireland

as client state of England and King Henry 8

1569-1573 and 1579-1583 Desmond Rebellions

Elizabeth 1

1585-1604 English Spanish War, 1588 Armada tries to invade England, Francis Drake

1586 Munster plantation

1593/94-1603 Nine Year War

Earl Hugh O’Neill of Tyron

1601 battle of Kinsale with Spanish against Britain

1603 King James 4 of Scotland becomes James 1 of England, uniting the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland

1605 Guy Fawkes, Gunpowder plot

since 1606 or 1609 Ulster Scottish plantation after flight of some Irish earls

1639-1653 British Civil War

16??-1658 Oliver Cromwell, born 1599

or Wars of the Three Kingdoms including

  • 3 English civil wars
  • English Revolution
  • 1641 Irish Rebellion, Confederation of Kilkenny
  • 1642-1652 Iriish Confederate Wars

1652-1660 Commonwealth Republic

1685, King James 2

William of Orange

1689-1691 Williamite Jacobite War

1688 Glorious Revolution

1690 Battle of Boyne

1691 Treaty of Limerick

Wild Geese

1707 as client state of the new Great Britain

both under Dublin administration?

American War of Independence

1782 Legislative Independence until 1800, Dublin Parliament

Henry Grattan

1789, French revolution: liberty, egality and fraternity

1791 United Irishmen

1798 Irish Rising with French support

Theobald Wolfe Tone

General Humbert

1800 Acts of Union, Dublin parliament dissolves

Napoleonic Wars

1801 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

Irish representatives in Westminster parliament

Robert Emmet

1803 rising

Irish nationalists:

  • catholic emancipation
  • home rule, parliament for whole Ireland with some relationship to the English crown, repeal of the act of union
  • Reversal of Normannic feudalism, land reform

1829 Daniel O’Connell

Catholic Association

Thomas Davis

Young Ireland

1848

1845 1851, great potato famine

mass emigration to Britain and America

1858 The Fenians with American support

186? USA, Civil War

1867 Fenian Rising

Michael Davitt

1878 Land League

Charles Stewart Parnell

James Joyce

Gaelic Revival

1884 GAA

Douglas Hyde

Gaelic League

RUC

UVF

IRB

Arthur Griffith

1908 Sinn Fein (we ourselves), self reliance

Irish Citizen Army

Irish Volunteers

James Conolly

1912 Labour Party

1912 Titanic

1914 Great War

1916 Easter Rising

1918 general election

1919 Dail Eirann

War of Independence

Green against green?

Eamon de Valera

Royal Irish Constabulary

British Army

Tom Barry

Terence MacSwiney, hunger strike

Arthur Griffith

David Lloyd George

Winston Churchill

Michael Collins

1921 Irish British Negotiations

1922 Anglo Irish Treaty

Club of the Irish

Fine Gael, Family of the Irish

1926 Fianna Fail, Soldiers of Ireland

2 States

Free State and

1922 North Ireland separate state

1922 Civil War

green against green? Republican anti treaty IRA against Freestate Army

Kevin O’Higgins

1927 assassinated

1929 Irish Censorship Board

1932 Government

1937 Constitution, 32 counties?

1939 WW 2

Sean MacBride

1948 Clann na Poblachta, Children o the Republic, dissolved 1965

1949 Republic of Ireland Act

26 counties state

1956 IRA campaign

1960 Telefis Eirann

Sean Lemass

1966 census

Jack Lynch

1969 election

1971 1972 European Community

Northern Troubles, Conflict

Ulster Scots

Captain O’Neill

Ian Paisley

Democratic Unionist Party

Bernadette Devlin

John Hume

Bloody Sunday, Derry Civil Rights March

1971 British Currency Decimalisation

European Ireland?

1972 referendum

1973 Ireland EC member

Britain member?

Brian Faulkner

SDLP

Ulster Defence Association

Ulster Freedom Fighters

1985 Anglo Irish Agreement

1992, negotiations Albert Reynolds and John Major

1993 Downing Street Declaration, no selfish British economic or strategic interest in NI

Gerey Adams

1994 IRA ceasefire

1997, Belfast, Good Friday Agreement

1999, Northern IrelandExecutive Government

Ulster Unionist Party

British Irish Intergovernmental Conference

2000, institutions suspended, new direct rule from London reimposed

Irish Music

Irish Stew

Irish Beer

Irish Literature

Irish Linen

Irish Ships

Roman Catholic Church and morality

Titanic Movie

Dublin Spire

Belfast St. Anne Spire

Stormont

Waterfront Hall ICC

Titanic Quarter

Odyssee

Hurling

Connor Painters

Yeats

Burns

Edward Bunting