Where Did the Celts Come from?

Added on Aug 24, 2017 From Tomorrow's World Viewpoint

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While much has been written on the arrival of the Danes, Angles, Saxons and Normans to the British Isles, few have explored the origins of the people who occupied the land before them. Just where did the Celts come from?

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Journal 1: http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.1000285
Journal 2: https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms8152

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Henry Walker Says:

Apr 6, 2021 - You’re confusing the Celts with the Early European farmers dummy.

Wolf Gang Says:

Apr 1, 2021 - Celts were sumerians (also known as Moors)

Nomen viteliù Says:

Apr 1, 2021 - 7000 ac? What about protoindoeuropean theories then?

David Hopkins Says:

Mar 29, 2021 - Fun fact:
The closest genetic signature to the Saami of the Nordic Penninsula are the Basques of Southern France and the Berbers of Northern Africa.

If their genetics are still closely related, even today, then in the Neolithic they were most likely directly linked, and if they made it that far north then they undoubtedly made it to Brittania...

Emerest Thisk Says:

Mar 29, 2021 - I have a friend who is 'very welsh' and proud of it (perhaps overly so). His skin is very pale, but he has black hair, which is a different texture to other English people. This could be from his origin in the middle east, or perhaps from ancient relatives mixing with the Mediterranean sea-faring peoples like the Pheonicians, who were of dark, middle-eastern descent, assuming the original Celts dwelt for a long time on the coasts of Iberia.

英語SlayerSan Says:

Mar 26, 2021 - I guess I am German celtic.

TagusMan Says:

Mar 26, 2021 - Intelligent design is the Matrix. That means God could be some kid on his computer. Admit it.

Foxiepaws ACAnderson Says:

Mar 25, 2021 - That explains Turkish soldiers with kilts and bagpipes.

juglanscinerea Says:

Mar 24, 2021 - The people in the first theory posited were not the Celts. Those were the Neolithic Anatolian farmers whom the Celts or another unknown but closely related Indo-European steppe group conquered ca. 2500 BC, leaving only ~10% of the former's DNA in modern English and Insular Celtic people.
Why he would even bother to mention the first outdated and erroneous theory is a little suspicious.
Check David Reich and Beaker Culture.

Wolf Hound Dog Says:

Mar 24, 2021 - Older than 7 THOUSAND BC



https://celtic.chat.irish/ READ OUR BOOKLET: The United States and Great Britain in Prophecy: https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/booklets/the-united-states-and-great-britain-in-prophecy While much has been written on the arrival of the Danes, Angles, Saxons and Normans to the British Isles, few have explored the origins of the people who occupied the land before them. Just where did the Celts come from? Additional Resources: Journal 1: http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.1000285 Journal 2: https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms8152 Free booklet—The United States and Great Britain in Prophecy: https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/booklets/the-united-states-and-great-britain-in-prophecy ---------- www.tomorrowsworld.org Viewpoint Archives - http://www.lcgCanada.org/viewpoint-archive.php Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/tomorrowsworldviewpoint #celts #migration #celtichistory