> From: Suzanne Compton [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> In short, I think about the only thing we can do when
> it comes to saying "for certain" what the ancient
> Celts did or did not do in regards to the solstices or
> any other aspect of their mythos, is admit that we do
> not, in fact, have a clue. We have some good guesses,
> we have some archaeological clues, we have a few
> theories, but we really do not know.
Disagreed. We have many clues and we can draw reasonable
And statements such as the above are often used to justify people
thinking whatever they please because "it's impossible to prove anything."