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Thanks for the comments,you seem a fiery sort but you have made me think,l would not normaly comment on web sites, l've looked at this one a couple of times and thought it just for people mostly in Scotland,l didnt know too much about my family's history relating to how we got to Canada but after reading about the Highland clearances,l must say l am feeling a little worked up,l never really studied history,here in Canada ,the Inuit people are being more and more pro active which is a really good thing,l had never thought of myself as a native person but your right l am a native of Alba as you call it,l had never heard Scotland been called that before.
You said that xmas and Easter had different dates in Scotland a long time ago and that the Celtic church was l think from what you have written a bit more like the Orthodox church is that so ?,where could l find out more about it ?.When l travelled around Alaska there were a number of old Russian church's there,l went to a service and l was really taken by the choir voices,the incense and candles even a more mystical experience than when l bummed around India a few years ago.
Yeah, l agree too, one person,one vote,thats what we are use to in Canada.

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1 Jan 2005 at 02.41
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