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Tuatha Dé Danann

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In Irish mythology, invaders of ancient Ireland before the Milesians. They were endowed with great supernatural powers, which enabled them to defeat their predecessors, the Fomors. However, they were themselves defeated by the Milesians.

"Ancient Irish traditions (wisely consigned in the delectable chants of their bards or Nordic rhapsodies) spoke justly about an extraordinary Cainit or Inca people (in other words, “Priest Kings”) called the Tuatha Dé Danann who were very skillful in all types of magical arts learned in Thebes. Obviously, the Tuatha Dé Danann are a great Jinn people, prototype of the indefatigable traveler, “the errant Jew.” The Tuatha Dé Danann traversed the Mediterranean countries until arriving at the same Scandinavia where they founded four great magical cities, in addition to having previously founded a Lunar and a Solar city. When the Tuatha arrived in Ireland, they disembarked on that island, as Aeneas in Cartagus, protected by a thick magical mist (or the Veil of Isis of the fourth dimension that hid them). In other words, we state that the Tuatha returned to Ireland; they arrived there within the fourth dimension." - Samael Aun Weor, The Three Mountains

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"Wise men of old gave the soul a feminine name. Indeed she is female in her nature as well. She even has her womb. As long as she was alone with the Father, she was virgin [without Rah, defilement] and androgynous [male-female] in form. But when she fell down into a [physical] body and came to this life, then she fell into the hands of many robbers [desires in our mind, heart, and body]. And the wanton creatures passed her from one to another and [prostituted] her. Some made use of her by force, while others did so by seducing her with a gift [sensations, powers, comforts]. In short, they defiled her [with Rah], and she [lost] her virginity [chastity]."

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