- Power spots, ruins megalithic and Archaeo-astronomical on Ley lines in Ireland have been proven to align to celestial motion.
- This Great Ley Line connects old ruins (Newgrange and Tara in Ireland, Stonehenge in UK etc.) and major cities (Paris, Rome) faraway to Egypt by straight line.
- CARROWMORE Built around 4600-4200 BC.
- There were originally over 100 monuments on this site including, chamber tombs, court tombs, ring forts, cairns and passage graves.
- There are about 30 sites still worth visiting.
Knocknarea mountain can be seen in the background, on the summit you can make out the great cairn of Miosgan Meadhbha, which is associated with Queen Maeve.
The tomb 19 is the largest of all the boulder circles some seventy feet in diameter with 49 stones still visible, originally there were 52 stones.
The picture shows cairn tomb 51, the largest scale of cairn tomb.
- Dating from the Neolithic Period, 4000-2500 BC, this site is one of the finest examples of a Court Cairn in Ireland.
- It has a cairn, entrance passage, an oval court and a double chamber gallery.
- The Tomb was excavated in 1935 and shortly afterward restored.
- The Cairn is wedge shaped and the court (where rituals were performed) is some 50 feet in length.
- The entrance of Cairn G incorporates a structure known as a roofbox.
- The other famous example is Newgrange which is aligned to the Winter Solstice sun rise.
- Difference to Newgrange ：The passage of Cairn G is much shorter than Newgrange, only about 2 meters long, so the Roof-box opens directly into the chamber.
(Aligned with the Spring and Autumnal Equinox)
The Loughcrew passage tombs, also known as Slieve na Calliagh, meaning "Hill of the Witch". There are over 30 mounds and cairns, mostly on the two main hills.
Cairn T is the largest on Carnbane East approximately 120 ft in diameter, this cairn was covered in white quartz the same as used at Newgrange.
- This site is to measure 08:25:10 The tombs were built around 3200 BC.
- The primary purpose of these passage mounds is to measure time.
- Cairn T is aligned with the Spring and Autumnal Equinox.
- Cairn T also has the Irish cruciform layout with a large central chamber with side chambers, also similar to the mounds at the Boyne Valley complex, there are many inscribed stones.
- Sun beam getting through the roofbox to the chamber on Midwinter.
- Newgrange is a passage tomb which is much older than the Egyptian pyramids, supposed to be constructed more than 5,000 years ago.
- The roofbox directly above the entrance is well known.
- The passage and chamber of Newgrange are illuminated by the winter solstice sunrise.
- A shaft of sunlight shines through the roofbox over the entrance and penetrates the passage to light up the chamber. The dramatic event lasts for 17 minutes at dawn on the Winter Solstice and for a few mornings either side of the Winter Solstice.
- The Tri-Spiral pattern engraved on one of the stones inside the chamber of Newgrange is designed for irradiating by sunbeam.
- Exterior of the Newgrange mound must be shining brilliantly, covered with white quarts.
- In Egypt, the Temple at Abu Simbel, built for Ramses II, incorporated the same "light show", occurring at Ramses II's birthday.
- Ritual on Winter Solstice is believed in "rebirth", however, purpose built of Newgrange is still shrouded in mystery.
- During excavation, some human remains were discovered, so some believe this spot must be a tomb or for sacrifice, others suggest the astronomical observatory, but concluded still in mystery It is obvious this site is designed to aligned to celestial motion.
- The Brugh na Boinne (Irish for Palace of the Boyne) is a World Heritage Site (registered in 1993) in County Meath, Ireland and is one of the largest and most important prehistoric megalithic sites in Europe.
- The Brugh na Boinne complex across the valley has many archaeo-astronomical site such Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth etc. Light Show" on Winter solstice, starts from Newgrange moving to enter a number of satellite cairns during the day, finally the sun beam enters the large cairn of Dowth at sunset of midwinter.
- Brugh na Boinne (Irish for Palace of the Boyne) originally from the "Bend of the Boinne".
- The river Boiine or Boand, means White Cow as the White Cow Goddess, the river is said to reflect the heavenly river, "the Milky Way".
- Furthermore, the waters of the river Boyne were also said to offer the gift of second sight, and initiatory power.
Hill of Tara
On a clear day it is claimed that features in half the counties of Ireland can be seen from atop Tara which was once the ancient seat of power.
142 kings are said to have reigned there in prehistoric and historic times at hill of Tara.
The Lia Fail
The Lia Fail or Stone of Destiny which stands about one meter in height is considered by some to have been a fertility symbol.
According to legend, on the inauguration of a worthy High King the stone would roar its approval.
Even today, on the summer solstice, Druids have rituals at hill of Tara as well as at Stonehenge.
St. Patrick was born in UK but captured by a group of Irish pirates at age of 16years old.
The raiders brought Patrick to Ireland where he was enslaved and held captive for six years.
- The Ceremony lit the fire announcing the beginning of spring had been held by High Kings until St. Patrick broke this sacred custom to draw most attention for starting his mission to convert.
- Another legend of St. Patrick is most known for driving the snakes from Ireland. Some tales tell that he stood on a hill and used a wooden staff to drive the snakes into the sea and banished them forever from Ireland.
- It is true that Ireland has no snakes.
- The names of Patrick & Patricia are very popular in Ireland respecting St. Patrick.
- St. Patrick used the shamrock to explain the Trinity - Father, Son and Holy Spirit. -The word "shamrock" comes from the Gaelic word "seamrog" (In irish, it means "summer plant") meaning "trefoil" (three leafed) or "little clover".
- In Arabia, it is called shamrakh. It was a sacred emblem in Iran and to the Persian triads.
- It is also a sacred plant among the Druids. Shamrock is the national flower of Ireland.