Music, Language, Knowledge, Wisdom & Spirit of Ancient Ireland

Gerard Banks sharing knowledge and speaking openly about the ancient spirit, wisdom and culture of the ancient Irish, our natural language and our ancient spiritual connection to earth and the rest of the ancient world not only Ancient Egypt but also ancient connections to the Moai and New Zealand Maori people.

Covering topics from spirituality to law and take a look at the past in the hopes of understanding the present, How the Roman alphabet was also introduced to alter and suppress the natural harmonics and frequency of native Irish language.. and how we need to progress from here in harmony with our ancient heritage and the heritage of all other ancient global societies today. .

He also speaks about what the “Battle of the Boyne” was really about in spiritual nature, how it was actually a ritual.. and the founding of sectarian violence in Ireland and how this ritual was used to divide the spiritual dna of Ireland. Sectarian = Section-Terain or to keep a people and nation divided for a reason. Why King James of house Stewart and his nephew King William of House Orange / Nassau organised this family affair (pretend battle) at the Boyne Valley.. Why did this family and representatives from all over the world have to come to Ireland to symbolize there transition and rule of the Reign of House Stewart to House Hanover..

Why did they need to come to Ireland and the Boyne Valley to do this? and how this effected the education of false laws in Ireland today and how universities today are being commercially educated on untrue laws which only benefit the commercial exploitation of Ireland for false commercial empires today who continue to ruin the world for corporate profit, and how this goes against the very spirit, dna, and heritage of the ancient Irish.


The music, language, knowledge, wisdom, and spirit of ancient Ireland are intertwined elements that played significant roles in shaping the cultural identity, traditions, and spirituality of the Irish people. Here’s an exploration of each component:

1. **Music**: Music has always held a central place in Irish culture, serving as a means of storytelling, celebration, and cultural expression. Traditional Irish music, characterized by its lively melodies, intricate rhythms, and rich storytelling lyrics, reflects the history, landscape, and social experiences of the Irish people. Instruments such as the fiddle, tin whistle, bodhrán (drum), and uilleann pipes are commonly associated with Irish music, while genres like sean-nós (old-style singing) and ceili (social dancing) continue to be celebrated and passed down through generations.

2. **Language**: The Irish language, also known as Gaelic or Irish Gaelic (Gaeilge), is one of the oldest written languages in Europe and an integral part of Ireland’s cultural heritage. While English has become the predominant language spoken in Ireland, efforts to preserve and revitalize the Irish language have gained momentum in recent years. The language is not only a means of communication but also a repository of history, folklore, and indigenous knowledge, connecting people to their roots and fostering a sense of cultural pride and identity.

3. **Knowledge and Wisdom**: Ancient Ireland was home to a rich tradition of oral storytelling, poetry, and wisdom literature. Bards, poets, and seanchaí (storytellers) played vital roles in preserving and transmitting knowledge, folklore, and ancestral wisdom through oral tradition. Myths, legends, and sagas such as the Ulster Cycle, Fenian Cycle, and Mythological Cycle contain valuable insights into Irish cosmology, morality, and worldview, offering glimpses into the spiritual and philosophical beliefs of ancient Irish society.

4. **Spirituality**: Spirituality permeated every aspect of ancient Irish life, influencing cultural practices, social interactions, and the natural environment. Celtic spirituality, characterized by its reverence for nature, sacred landscapes, and seasonal festivals (such as Samhain, Imbolc, Beltane, and Lughnasadh), emphasized the interconnectedness of all living beings and the divine presence within the natural world. Rituals, ceremonies, and sacred sites, including holy wells, stone circles, and ancient burial grounds, served as focal points for spiritual reflection, pilgrimage, and communion with the divine.

The music, language, knowledge, wisdom, and spirit of ancient Ireland continue to resonate in contemporary Irish culture, serving as sources of inspiration, cultural identity, and connection to the past. Through ongoing efforts to preserve, celebrate, and revitalize these elements, the legacy of ancient Ireland endures, enriching the lives of present and future generations.

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