Partying With The Paddies

March 17, 2012 at 12:58 pm (Uncategorized)

It is a good day to be OsIrish!

As Herne the Hunter, the British version of the Horned God; he is seen as the leader of the Wild Hunt… As Osiris the Egyptian god of the lower world, he is seen as the judge of the dead. Linking him to the concept of Cernunnos as the guardian of the gate to the Other World… As the Green Man he is the God of the woodlands and vegetation. http://www.paganspath.com/magik/hornedgod.htm

Hmm, that all sounds so “devilish” to me 🙂

It can be easy to forget that once upon a time the Hebrew God did not reign supreme.

Above is a representation of Gaelic hero Cu Chulainn. I think he could relate us to the Mayan Feathered Serpent, Kukulkan. Maybe the mighty Gauls moved across the ocean after the Romans beat them to the Western fringes of their lands in Europe.

The Gauls ‘were the speakers of the Gaulish language (an early variety of Celtic) native to Gaul’, while gall is ‘brazen boldness coupled with impudent assurance and insolence’.

Speaking of witch, the Supreme Serpent of the PDL got back on the air recently for a show, bringing in St. Patrick’s Day.

Paddling on With the PDL

I got some good thwacks in during the first hour and then handed the paddle to The Celtic Rebel in the 2nd hour to further bruise the egos, reputations of our “fame-ass” leaders.

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta got the honors of Jew of the Week. Congratulations, Mr. Panetta! He got a good paddling again today, as I filled in for the first hour of The Fetch’s show, before Dennis took over in the second hour for his St. Patrick’s show.

Inside The Eye Live on Oracle 3/17/12

And if you are still looking for more from me, then stay tuned and I will be back on Sunday night (tomorrow) at 9 PM Eastern for a follow-up to my marriage show. Listen in live and chat! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/star-theory

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1 Comment

  1. wordward3 said,

    Why wait till march 17th? Happy Paddies Day, early. . .

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