Pre-Celtic stories of Britain and Ireland date as far back as the fifth millennium B.C. In this paper, Shelagh McKenna proposes that they came from a culture which spread across Europe. These stories, she writes, "have been overwritten to such an extent that each...is a combination relating, all together, similar events which took place over thousands of years." She then presents a conjecture which, as it draws closer to the present day, becomes disturbing. For it explains the mysteries that lurk between the lines of accepted history. And most convincingly, she describes a culture which all of us will recognize as real.
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