An ancient curse of Tara has been unleashed in Ireland by the destruction of the Fairy Forts.
That's according to anti-highway activist Carmel Divine who says a "modern day Curse of Tara" has been unleashed on Ireland by the "destruction and desecration of the M3 Motorway."
She said that Seannachaí Eddie Lennihan warned the Irish Government in early 2007 against destroying the Fairy Forts in Ireland's historic Tara Skryne Valley.
She said the Seannachaí warned the Irish Government that they would be cursed. At the time, a spokesman for the National Roads Authority, mocked the Seannachaí and said they weren't concerned.
Diviney says all of Ireland's woes date back to July 2007 when work began on the new M3 motorway.
She lists the following incidents as evidence of the Fairy Fort curse.
In June 2007 Minister for the Environment Dick Roche signed an order destroying the Lismullin Henge. Lismullin Henge was a 4,000 year old astronomical observatory and place of worship and hailed as one of the most important archaeological finds of the century.
Roche was since held up by an armed gang in the Druids Glen Hotel and also lost his job and was then demoted.
Martin Cullen the then Minister for Transport nearly got sucked out of a helicopter when the door fell off on one of his extravagantly expensive trips.
The chief Health and Safety Officer was seriously injured by a falling tree when felling began at Rath Lugh in 2007.
A worker was killed when he became trapped at Fairyhouse where there have been many accidents on this stretch of road.
A human tooth was discovered in a digger which was used to destroy the famous ancient feasting grounds and gathering place of ancient Harpers at Baronstown. Shortly afterwards the stairs in the National Museum collapsed.
And finally, just last summer, several large wasp nests were found throughout the valley. In Celtic Lore the appearance of the wasp was associated with the anger of Mother Earth.
Diviney says that Ireland will continue to be cursed as long as it continues to meddle with sacred ground.
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