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    here is another Oirish with those eyes, just a random kid getting his results.

    Ireland seems to have those features more often than England, and maybe even more often then Scotland (despite comparable DNA from Yamna)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bellbeaking View Post

    here is another Oirish with those eyes, just a random kid getting his results.
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    The epicanthic fold is common in Irish of Iberian decent. It is a result of breeding with Cro-Magnon phenotypes while being from the Aryan and North Africans or vice versa. They have a reduction in some traits and others are compounded. The Scandinavian slant eyes are mostly Brunn and Tronder. I have seen tons of rednecks that look just like him here in America.












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    Quote Originally Posted by PaleoEuropean View Post
    The epicanthic fold is common in Irish of Iberian decent. It is a result of breeding with Cro-Magnon phenotypes while being from the Aryan and North Africans or vice versa. They have a reduction in some traits and others are compounded. The Scandinavian slant eyes are mostly Brunn and Tronder. I have seen tons of rednecks that look just like him here in America.











    "The epicanthic fold is common in Irish of Iberian decent" Do you know anything about genetics?

    The Morrigan (also Mrrigan or Morrigu) is one of the most mysterious figures in Irish mythology.
    The name Morrigan means 'phantom queen' (or 'great queen') and describes a Goddess from old Ireland that was very associated with war, destiny, fate and death.
    She was a shape-shifter and frequently appeared as a black crow, an ominous sign for those who saw her prior to battle. Legend has it that the Morrigan was in fact a triad of sisters, often named as Badb, Macha and Nemain, while the Morrigan is also remembered as the triad of the land Goddesses riu, Banba and Fdla.


    http://www.ireland-information.com/i...sh-legend.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace O'Malley View Post
    "The epicanthic fold is common in Irish of Iberian decent" Do you know anything about genetics?
    The Gaels origin myth is even Spanish. The only natives to Ireland are Haplgroup I, found mostly in Scandinavian settlements, The Cruithin in Donegal, The Scots-Irish in the North, Around Galloway, in the O'Driscoll's old Kingdom and a few places here and there. Considering most flora and fauna in Ireland is Spanish, I think there is a lot of evidence to support the claim.
    https://www.irishtimes.com/news/gene...egion-1.700877
    https://www.nytimes.com/2000/03/23/w...-in-spain.html

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    this is from Vikings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick View Post
    this is from Vikings
    I would agree, but the distortion, accentuation and diminished features are a result of cross breeding with the Iberians. The bulbous nose is very common among Spaniards, even the fold; which was probably introduced through Iberian Cro-magnid lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaleoEuropean View Post
    The Gaels origin myth is even Spanish. The only natives to Ireland are Haplgroup I, found mostly in Scandinavian settlements, The Cruithin in Donegal, The Scots-Irish in the North, Around Galloway, in the O'Driscoll's old Kingdom and a few places here and there. Considering most flora and fauna in Ireland is Spanish, I think there is a lot of evidence to support the claim.
    https://www.irishtimes.com/news/gene...egion-1.700877
    https://www.nytimes.com/2000/03/23/w...-in-spain.html
    I dunno if I buy the Donegal bit. People there have darker hair than Waterford or Vedrafjord as the Norse called it. There is overlap in some folklore, Lebor Gabala Erenn does mention Spain and their Northwestern Celts did in fact worship many of the same deities as the Gaels, many places named after Lugh over there. This link is there, though pretty old. Dublin, Limewrick, Waterford are closer to Danes and Norwegians these days. That still hasn't eluded many Irish in their fascination for many things French and Spanish. Samuel Beckett had it, My grandmother had it and they'll write about it 'till they're blue in the face.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billErobreren View Post
    I dunno if I buy the Donegal bit. People there have darker hair than Waterford or Vedrafjord as the Norse called it. There is overlap in some folklore, Lebor Gabala Erenn does mention Spain and their Northwestern Celts did in fact worship many of the same deities as the Gaels, many places named after Lugh over there. This link is there, though pretty old. Dublin, Limewrick, Waterford are closer to Danes and Norwegians these days. That still hasn't eluded many Irish in their fascination for many things French and Spanish. Samuel Beckett had it, My grandmother had it and they'll write about it 'till they're blue in the face.
    Sure Donnegal is more of a historical narrative than modern, The Cruithin were eventally overran by the O'Niell's but they held their own for quite a bit from what historical references we have. The Cruithin also have no certain origin, they are generally just regarded as natives, either Picts, British or Native Irish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace O'Malley View Post
    Yes he is. His eyes are similar to this other Irish actor.

    Reminds me of some mestizo types in Latin America.

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