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*Moor-agh You say? Ummm I wonder who originally inhabited that land? 😉
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Mooragh Park was not always a park for it was built, but then its lake was not always a lake. In 1881, the Ramsey Town Commissioners bought a 200 acre tidal swamp. The Land was purchased for 1,200 pounds with the intent to build the site into a pleasure park. Six years later the site was opened to the public and included many of the sites it does today. The park and lake proved to be a great success for Ramsey, bringing visitors and tourists alike. Events were held there as they still are now and Mooragh remains a popular public gathering place for the island.
Ramsey (Manx: Rhumsaa) is a town in the north of the Isle of Man. It is the second largest town on the island after Douglas. Its population is 7,309 according to the 2006 census (7,322, 2001 census). It has one of the biggest harbours on the island, and has a prominent derelict pier, called the Queen’s Pier. It was formerly one of the main points of communication with Scotland. Ramsey is (So They Say) known as ‘Royal Ramsey’ due to royal visits from Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1847 followed by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra in 1907.
The name of the town derives from the Old Norse hrams-á, meaning “wild-garlic river“.(Obviously this is not accurate. The name Ramsey is renowned for its connection to Ancient Egypt (Kemit) and its people; as well as to the Americas. I will include more as information becomes available. Check Back Often!)
Hi there Isle of Man! Thank you for visiting this post. I wanted to update this article with additional information relating Isle of Man to the Americas, unfortunately my research keeps getting stolen, or erased from my computer (article link–> Will the Real Eilert Sundt Please Stand-up and video link–> What You Avoid Controls You: The Jesuit and the Constitution.) In the meantime, see related articles, An Heir to the Throne, Moors of the Highland…My Race is Royal, Take A Stand…It’s Your Land, and All Nations Constitutions Are Trust!
With this information you should be able to formulate what exactly happened to these ancient people, and who is behind this world-wide lie which has come to its end- As the Real Heirs Awaken. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramsey_Springs,_Mississippi http://www.lakeramseynews.com/
The Albert Tower was built to commemorate the royal visit of Prince Albert on 20 September, 1847. Prince Albert climbed to the top of the hill where he viewed the town of Ramsey and the northern plain. The hill was renamed Albert Mount and a year later the tower’s foundation was laid. The tower is made of granite and rises 45 feet (14 m) high, and stands as a landmark not only for the town of Ramsey, but also for the north of the Isle of Man. There is a public pathway leading up the hill for people to visit the tower. Ramsey hosts the northern terminus for the Manx Electric Railway and is the start of the mountain section of the Snaefell Mountain Course used for the Isle of Man TT and Manx Grand Prix motorcycle races held annually on the island.
A popular vantage point is Ramsey Hairpin where many enthusiasts gather to watch the racers. Mooragh Park, on the north side of the Sulby river from the town centre, is a large 19th century park with a boating lake where boats are available for hire. It was originally part of a salt marsh but was purchased and created by the town to encourage visitors. Mooragh Park has several attractions; there is a small water park and two cafes. Go have a look at OUR other Ramsey on The Isle of Man. http://ramseycam.com/webcam_003.htm Here you will see a camera shot. It takes a picture every 15 seconds. Enjoy!
See the relating article, The Isle of Man, The Triskelion and The Gaelic (Celtic) People