O’Hart Red Hand

Some people are destined to be Immortal. The work Keith and I performed in our lifetime, was to awaken the Red Hand of Ulster and the Kings of Miletus where there was a Labyrinth Belle Erin means ‘Beautiful Ireland’.

The Milesians were the inhabitants of Miletus, an ancient Greek city in Anatolia, modern-day Turkey, near the coast of the Mediterranean Sea and at the mouth of theMeander River. Settlers from Crete moved to Miletus sometime in 16th century BC. By the 6th century BC, Miletus had become a maritime empire, and the Milesians spread out across Anatolia and even as far as the Crimea and Olbia, Ukraine, founding new colonies.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milesians_(Irish)

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The Hart name is associated with the Red Hand of Ulster and the O’Neill Kings of Ireland. In authoring the history of the Rosemond family, Leland Rosemond consulted O’Hart’s Irish Pedigrees compiled by John O’Hart. The Hart family is there in the name Thomas Hart Benton.

“To complete his genealogies he used the writings of Cú Choigcríche Ó Cléirigh, Duald Mac Firbis and O’Farrell, along with the Annals of the Four Masters, for the medieval pedigrees. He used the works of Bernard Burke, John Collins and others to extend his genealogies past the 17th century.”

Above we see a flag with a Red Hand within a Star of David. John O’Hart was the Dan Brown of his day.

“In his Irish Pedigrees, O’Hart presents the legendary origins of the Irish people, from the Biblical Adam and Eve through the kings of ancient Ireland. Irish tradition holds that every Irish person…

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