Were the Tuatha de Danann Ancestors of the Nordic Aliens or the Gray Aliens?

In the book Ancient Aliens and the Lost Islands: Through the Wormhole, I put forth the theory that the Tuatha dé Danann who lived in Ireland over 3000 years ago, were none other than the Nordic aliens who are visiting Earth today. Since publishing that theory, others have come forward attempting to link the Tuatha dé Danann to the gray aliens.

I’ve studied the Tuatha dé Danann in depth, becoming immersed in their history, their culture, and the various conflicting historical accounts of their life on Earth. I am convinced that they were none other than the Nordic aliens — a tall race of blond-haired, blue-eyed humanoids, handsome and refined in their features. Every description given of the full-blooded Tuatha dé Danann perfectly matches the Nordic aliens.

Ireland was populated with several different races alongside the Tuatha dé Danann, and ancient genealogists attempted to link them all together as coming from a single seed. However, the three primary peoples that reigned in Ireland in those days were the Tuatha dé Danann, the Fomorians, and the Fir Bolg. The latter includes the Fir Domnann and Fir Galioin, though for simplicity most just use the term Fir Bolg for all three.

The Fir Bolg were a short, dark-haired race with a swarthy complexion. I believe they were from and of Earth. The Fomorians were giants, a race of beings associated in most cultures as coming down from the stars. The Fomorians were pirates. They did not build or create. They stole, tore down, and destroyed. They were also the pagans associated with the Gaelic or Celtic festivals of Samhain and Beltane, and bloody sacrifices, and they treated everyone around them with an iron fist.

The Tuatha dé Danann were of a height taller than the Fir Bolg, but shorter than the Fomorians. They were educated, refined, intelligent, and they built schools. Kings sent their children to the Tuatha dé Danann for learning. When the Tuatha dé Danann arrived in Ireland, human sacrifices were the norm. During their reign, these sacrifices stopped. The Tuatha dé Danann built monumental structures all over Ireland, and when they left, Ireland fell into the Dark Ages.

There were also two humanoid races on the Isle of Man off the coast of Ireland, known as the Fenodyree and the Bugganes. One was a short, hairy humanoid; the other a tall, hairy humanoid. As the Tuatha dé Danann were described as shape shifters, there’s no way to be certain that they did not also appear in these other forms. The Fenodyree, however, were none other than the Satyrs in the Bible, and from their legends, likely a race unto themselves. Their legends are dissected in Ancient Aliens and the Lost Islands.

There’s not a single depiction of a humanoid being in ancient Ireland that matches the gray aliens, or alien greys as some call them. In scouring ancient texts around the world for references to humanoids that resembled the gray aliens, I came up empty-handed. Ancient Aliens and the Lost Islands: Through the Wormhole goes into depth about the races and beings that I did find, particularly ones that were as small as the alien greys. Based on the evidence that I’ve seen, my conclusion is that the Nordic aliens have been visiting us for thousands of years, and actually lived among us in Ireland from around 1500 B.C. to approximately 400 A.D., while the alien greys are more recent.

Yes, Ireland had legends of “little people” and fairies, and the Tuatha dé Danann were reputed to have morphed into those fairies at the end of their days. But all evidence points to this ancient alien race as being the Nordic aliens, not the gray aliens.

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