The Leprechaun was a little tough to pinpoint. First I thought that, like so many other myths, it had to do with the mind. As you will see, the Leprechaun has more with preserving history of this character than anything else. I started with the myths and legends in Ireland. First thing I come across is the leprechaun has something to do with the Faery people of the Tuatha De Danann. If you have read my previous work, you know this is right in my wheelhouse. I won’t go into depth here about the Tuatha De Danann, but if you don’t know much about these matriarchal people from ancient Ireland, your are definitely missing out on great history.
Come to find out, leprechaun comes from the Sun God Lugh. I found out that ‘Lugh’ is pronounced luck. This doesn’t surprise me because London, Loudan, Lyons and other cities are named after Lugh. Leprechaun actually comes from Luchchromain meaning little Lugh or little Luck. Now you know where ‘the luck of the Irish’ comes from. The original leprechaun were not green like they are today. In the past, they always had a red outfit. Why would leprechauns be in red? Why were they changed to green? Why rainbows? Why gold? Just like so many things, we have to look to Egypt for the answer. If you have followed my earlier work, you know that Gaythelos was a Pharaoh of Egypt. He married a daughter of Akhenaton named Scota. Together they came to Ireland and Scotland and this is how we got the names Scotland and Ireland. The term gaelic comes from Gaythelos.
Looking to Egypt, I found a dwarf bearded god named Bes. Bes was associated with sexuality, humor, music and dancing. Although he was the protector of Pharaohs, he was very popular with the Egyptian people because he protected women and children. I’m not saying that Bes is Lugh. I know better. Gaythelos conquered the Tuatha De Danann. The conquered pagans needed to keep the spirit of the people of Ireland intact and they made the Tuatha De Danann into Faery people. This way the history would be remembered. St. Patrick and the Christians made the Faery people evil. Then Disney made them what they are today. Lugh was incorporated with Bes by scribes who were ardent to Gaythelos and his group. I have shown before that the scribes love to outwit each other. These scribes were preserving the Egyptian connection of Ireland and Scotland. Gaythelos was very close to Akhenaton and Bes was found all over the city that Akhenaton built. I have seen where some researchers have said that Bes comes from Ethiopia or Nubia. Again this shows just how well are history has been hidden from us or lost. As I have shown before, the scribes have purposely made Upper Egypt into Ethiopia (See Patriarch Pharaohs). Bes originated in Upper Egypt. Because he was a sun-god, Akhenaton used him. Aton is the sun god Akhenaton worshipped. If it had to do with the sun, Akhenaton was on board.
Bes had a female version named Beset. So where are the female leprechauns? Early legends of leprechauns had women. It wasn’t till St. Patrick and the Christians that the female leprechauns were first turned into “little women that lure away men for secret adventures”, then just disappearing. Yes, Christians turned the leprechaun into the solitary male that some how reproduces. Is this surprising? The leprechaun wore red to show that they were brought from Egypt with Gaythelos. Gaythelos was from the red crown of Lower Egypt. They switched the leprechauns to green to hide this fact. Because there are true illuminati out there, they hid clues in plain sight. The stuff on the internet about the Illuminati is ridiculous. They had to hide clues that the papacy wasn’t smart enough to figure out. If they actually came out and told the truth, they would be burned at the stake. This is where the rainbow and gold come in.
I started with the shoes, but the only thing I could find is shoes symbolize walking your path. Leprechauns being shoe builders, I believe symbolizes creating your own path. I switched to the rainbow and found that the ancients saw rainbows as a serpent coming out of the ground then going back in. Serpents have to do with wisdom, but I was none the wiser. Christians see the rainbow as a promise from god not to flood the earth again. Bullocks! Then I found Lugh’s sling. Lugh’s sling was the rainbow!!! This was put into the leprechaun legend to show where it came from. These scribes are clever. The color was changed to green to show the leprechaun origins are from Upper Egypt. Osiris is from Upper Egypt and the Green Man all over the world is Osiris. Yes, the little green men and gargoyles on churches is Osiris. One researcher I found even linked Bes to a form of Osiris. Just to add to the wittiness of the myth, the Irish name for the sun is Grian(pronounced green). So the rainbow is showing you the leprechauns connection to Lugh and green is showing the Egyptian connection. When you think of Egypt, besides pyramids, what is the first things that comes to mind? Gods and gold, is it not? The gold is yet another clue where to look, Egypt. Figure out the rainbow and you get the gold and the knowledge.
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Perfect week to repost this. It will also help you understand a post I have coming later in the week. 😉
It appears that the longer I live and the more I read and comprehend about history and myths, is that one group can not create anything on its own, but requires something that is already put forth into reality and then corrupt it into something that they can use for controlling the masses. I believe I heard David Icke use the term “Sheepeople.”
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I like David Icke’s work too. I believe the myths work both ways. If it were not for the myths I could not expose what has been hidden. Yes they are used to confuse and control, but the truth is embedded in them. It just takes one with eyes to see and ears to hear.