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    Irish Trace Ancestry Back to Japheth’s Son Magog of Slavic Language Like Gaelic Brought by Gaythelos

    Gaelic is quite different from the other indo european (japhetic) languages of the european Atlantic seaboard, Gaelic actually similar to the Slavic languages of eastern Europe, because Magog in several ancient Irish chronologies was the progenitor of the Gaelic speaking people, brought to Ireland by the people of the Galicia of eastern Europe to Galicia, Spain, then on to Ireland during the centuries following the end of the Ice Age.

     

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