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  • They were N3a B211

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  • they were R1a -Z93

    2 25.00%
  • they were other Ydna hg

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Thread: Seima Turbino Ydna discussion and poll

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    more celtic
    Country: France



    I've no knowledge (todate) about symbols and religion of Celts - I read somewhere boar and lark were among their "totemic" animals but without certainty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johen View Post
    Do you know the origin of the coat of arms of France? Is it from Gaul?
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    I think eagle means sky, and sky is Zeus. Thus the emblem means like a zeus with a thunderbolt.


    "English: Imperial Coat of Arms of the French First Empire(1804-1815), under Napoleon Bonaparte. The Arms depicts a shield with a golden eagle in front of a blue background, within its talons clutching a thunderbolt."

    it is same as the emblem of mexico. A snake can be replaced by a thunderbolt.


    see also mycenaean aka zeus burial and scythian enblem.
    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread....troglyph/page2 (post 16)
    In ancient greek coins, eagles clutch thunderbolts.
    However, the Bonaparte eagle is a symbol of imperial Rome, Jupiter’s bird. In ancient sicily coin and statue from roman britain,
    eagle seizes snake like Mexican eagle emblem.

    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread....troglyph/page3 (post 28)

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