INCANTATION (About who we were). Evolution Resurrection Restitution
  To set a realistic NEW AGE historical scene for those who have never visited the North West of England, the 2nd. century A.D. Roman geographer, Ptolemy, identified the Seteia estuary and also the, "harbour of the Setantii", a Celtic tribal people whose, "harbour", was apparently north of the River Ribble. (Pronounce the word Setantii as - ‘Setanti-eye’).  
  Discovering the Seteia estuary was most likely the River Mersey, the similarity of the words, Seteia and Setantii, convinced historians that the Setantii had probably occupied territory as far south as the Mersey. Other than this, research by the historian, William Farrer, suggests the northern boundary of the Setantii could have been, Borrow Beck, just south of Tebay and although now in Cumbria, it was in Westmorland prior to 1974.  
  Current opinion places the, "harbour of the Setantii", off the coast north of Fleetwood but its importance may lie in the fact that it was the only port referred to by the Romans on the western seaboard of Britain. Because of this, there is also a possibility that the Setantii were also involved in ULSTER. As, in the epic Irish poem the, ’Tain Bo Cuailnge’, their hero, "Cuchulain", who was active in Ulster in the 1st. century A.D., was originally named, SETANTA; until, that is, a mythical incident occured that resulted, in the re-naming of SETANTA as, "Cuchulain"; (The Hound of Culain).  
  [Curiously, sailings from FLEETWOOD to BELFAST frequently occur - even to this day].