Unesco’s scholarship claims that ‘The features of the Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coast site and in particular the strata exposed in the cliff faces, have been key to shaping the understanding of the sequences of activity in the Earth’s geological history….the area is of global geological importance on the sea coast at the edge of the Antrim plateau in Northern Ireland. It is made up of some 40,000 massive black basalt columns sticking out of the sea. ….it shows that this striking landscape was caused by volcanic activity during the Tertiary, some 50-60 million years ago….’.
The name Giant here refers to ‘Antrim’ whose root is in Ananta, the Naga or the Serpent King who was subdued by Vishnu; its historical identity is linked with Anant tribe of ancient world who were considered as gold carrying ants by Alexnader’s historians; the Bible considers Ananta as Anakim, and other mythology took them as Anunaki or Anu people. The Bible considers Anu people as On tribe people. In the same geographical plain of the ‘inhabited world’. Anu people, according to Indian puranic tradition, were royal people. Some ancient texts have written them as Antyas; they were seen mainly on the bank of the river Ganges or the Gaza or Gaga area; others took them as settlelers on the bank of the river Hiranyabaha or the Gold carrying river or Soan or Sunamuhin river.
The heritage site thus marks the ancient Ananta tribe people who migrated and settled in the Antrim region.
Fioni mac Cumhaill giant—Bena Machha Kumbhar or Kumar or Kamara
Oonagh—-Naga or the Serpent Woman Oo or Yu or Yuna or Yona;
Fingal Cave—-Aingal or Anga country; it may refer to ancient Benga region;
Staffa Isle—it refers to ancient Mt Tab or Sobha region near Anga country; it is identical with staba means ‘prayer’;
Fomorians(Fomhoraigh)—-The Fomhoraigh did not belong to a race of supernatural beings as thought by some scholars; they were the ancient people of Bamara or Women of Coomari or Kumari island. They were dwelling in the neighbourhood of ancient Jerusalem near the biblical volcano.
Clochain na bhFomhoraigh—-It means ancient Kolchian people;