Atlantean Irish

North Atlantic seaboard

A glance at this map should persuade most people of Ireland’s pivotal maritime position from ancient times. There were close contacts between the Irish and the entire Atlantic and Mediterranean seaboard from ancient times that are little reported in modern history text books. This is just one of hidden aspects of Irish history that in the … Continue reading Atlantean Irish

Historical Note

The Word The book is based in the sixth century, a pivotal time in Christianity. The Roman Empire had collapsed and the Christian Church had split into the four patriarchies of Alexandria, Antioch, Constantinople and Rome. The church in the east was threatened by the Sassanid Empire which overran Alexandria, Antioch and Constantinople in the … Continue reading Historical Note

Author’s Note

The Word  The book is based in the sixth century, a pivotal time in Christianity. The Roman Empire had collapsed and the Christian Church had split into the four patriarchies of Alexandria, Antioch, Constantinople and Rome. The church in the east was threatened by the Sassanid Empire which overran Alexandria, Antioch and Constantinople in the … Continue reading Author’s Note

When Harry met Roger

“It’s perfect for us. Easy to get in and out of and good for a quick getaway, straight down this entry and away.” said Harry in earnest tones pointing down the empty alleyway with a sausage. “We’ll hit the bank at 12 noon. That’s when they’re busiest stealing money from the unsuspecting public.”  He shook … Continue reading When Harry met Roger