Irish , ‘People(s) / Tribe(s) Of the Goddess Danu’

Giving birth to Celtic culture, the sacred mother Danube river was named for the Celtic mother Goddess Danu. Danu is also the name of an early Hindu mother Goddess of primeval waters. The descendants of the Goddess Danu, in both Celtic and Hindu culture, are called Children of Danu.


I have written articles on the migration of the Peoples of the world.

I have mentioned that whenever there was a surge of migration into Europe , there was a cataclysm. mostly , a Tsunami in India, then called Bharata Varsha

During one such Tsunami , Satyavrata Manu,also called as Vaivasvatha Manu, the ancestor of Lord Rama migrated to Ayodhya to found the Ikshvaku Dynasty.

Ikshvaku was Manus som.

When we look into the history of the ancient Magyars, Bulgars, we shall find a migration coinciding with a natural calamity in India.

Please read my post on Human  Migration.

Shiva and his son Ganesha left through the Middle East, traversing through Europe the area now called as Britain, Ireland, Scotland, Africa,Americas before reaching the Arctic.

The Rig Veda was composed in the Arctic.

Then a group returned to India through Russia and Iran into India, in their wake leaving trail of their culture in Russia, where we find Arkaim , Hanuman Temple , the Legend of Kubera ,Sthree Kingdom and many more.

The group which went through the middle east and the places mentioned in the article too left their marks in their Journey.

One would find more of Shiva Ganesha artifacts in the regions they traveled.

One finds the Nazca Lines in Peru, Shiva temple in Petra Jordan,Shiva Linga in Mecca,Mount Meru in Tanzania, Tamil influence among the Incas, Sanatana Dharma ancestry of the Mayas.

One group , that of the Germanic tribe,played an important role in the formation of Europe.

The Origin of germanic tribe has been explained in my article on Danube, the River of Danu.

Danu is the primeval waters which this deity perhaps embodied.



उत्तरा सूरधरः पुत्र आसीद दानुः शये सहवत्सा न धेनुः ||
uttarā sūradharaḥ putra āsīd dānuḥ śaye sahavatsā na dhenuḥ ||
The mother was above, the son was under and like a cow beside her calf lay Danu. 1.32.18 Rig Veda.
Danu was the Mother of Vrtra. who was killed by Indra, the Chief of the Devatas.
Danu was later described as the daughter of Daksha and wife Sage Kashyapa.
She is described as the Mother of the Danavas.
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Celtic and Hindu Gods.


As a word for “rain” or “liquid”, dānu is compared to Avestan dānu “river”, and further to river names like Don, Danube, Dneiper, Dniestr, etc. There is also a Danu river in Nepal. The “liquid” word is mostly neuter, but appears as feminine in RV 1.54.

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Danu Irish God.

Now to the Celts and the Irish.


Irish Mythology states that they are ,


Tuath(a) Dé Danan,

The Tuath(a) Dé Danann (usually translated as “people(s)/tribe(s) of the goddess Danu”), also known by the earlier name Tuath Dé (“tribe of the gods”),[1] are a race of supernaturally-gifted people in Irish mythology. They are thought to represent the main deities of pre-ChristianGaelic Ireland.


Tuath(a) Dé Danan descended from Nemed .

According to the tradition, he is the leader of the third group of people to settle inIreland, who are referred to as the Muintir Nemid (Muintir Neimhidh, “people of Nemed”), Clann Nemid (Clann Neimhidh, “offspring of Nemed”) or Nemedians. The name ‘Nemed’ itself means “privileged” or “holy”.[1]

Daksha Prajapathi, Kashyapa and Danu were described as Holy as the progenitors of the Human Race.

Dakasha is the Chief of Mankind.

Kashyapa was the father of devas, Asuras and Danavas.

Giving birth to Celtic culture, the sacred mother Danube river was named for the Celtic mother Goddess Danu. Danu is also the name of an early Hindu mother Goddess of primeval waters. The descendants of the Goddess Danu, in both Celtic and Hindu culture, are called Children of Danu.


Tuatha Dé Danann

Ancient Vedas

Savita Death ‘Catholic Church Should Be Ashamed,Not The Irish’

A Catholic Priest in Ireland has stated that ‘“In the face of all the international attention the controversy has caused, I am not ashamed to be Irish at this time,” he stressed.

Speaking further  he added ‘The facts show us we have in fact one of the lowest levels of maternal mortality in the world, which means that whatever practices we have are producing the results that we should respect and respect the commitment of our doctors, nurses, midwives and others who put them into practice every day with very positive results

“When I look at the standards of maternal care that exist in this country and I would hope that we will be able to maintain that”.

“Most doctors would go through their entire career without ever losing a patient coming to them in childbirth. In developing countries the sad thing is that this does occur and even in some developed countries.”

Asked by the paper about the silence of church figures, including himself, since news of the Savita tragedy emerged, he said they did not know what had happened in the case.

He said: “I don’t know the details of what happened.
It is not the Irish per se but the rigid and the antediluvian ,quixotic  Religious practice while keeping mum on the Pedophiles  called the priests!

Time that the Catholic Church is reformed.

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Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin

‘The Catholic Archbishop of Dublin has sympathised with the family of Savita Halappanavar and described her death as a ‘terrible disaster’.

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin spoke for the first time after Savita died after doctors at a Galway hospital refused to terminate her pregnancy and save her life.

The leading cleric told mass goers: “Here’s a family that six weeks ago was going into what should have been one of the happiest moments of their life – the birth of a new child.

“Now the whole thing has collapsed into a terrible disaster . You just don’t know how the father is standing up to such a terrible disaster.”

The Irish Times has reported that the Archbishop told parishoners that he was however taken aback by some of the reaction to the news of Savita’s death.

Speaking after tens of thousands attended vigils in Savita’s honor over the weekend, he refuted claims that Ireland is not a ‘safe place’ to be pregnant.

A New York vigil for Savita Halappanavar, the young Indian dentist who died in a Galway hospital after being refused an abortion of her non viable fetus will be held at Barnard College in Manhattan on Monday night from 5:00 to 6:00 organizers have announced.–179793331.html#ixzz2CgPVG3Mj

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