Ancient Annals of Ireland
Now briefly let us consider what is found in the ancient annals, legends, and history of Ireland, and we shall have the scene of Jeremiah's "planting" and the present location of "lost" Israel.
The real ancient history of Ireland is very extensive,
though colored with some legend.
But with the facts of biblical history and prophecy in mind,
one can sift out the legend from the true history in studying ancient Irish annals.
Throwing out that which is obviously legendary,
we glean from various histories of Ireland the following:
Long prior to 700 B.C. a colony of mixed ancestry called "Tuatha De Danaan',
arrived in ships, drove out other tribes, and settled there.
Later, in the days of David, a colony of Milesians,
apparently of the line of Zarah,
arrived in Ireland from the Near East.
Later still, an elderly, white-haired patriarch sometimes referred to as a "saint" came to Ireland.
With him was the princess daughter
of an eastern king and a companion called "Simon Brach,"
spelled in different histories as Breck, Berech, Brach, or Berach.
The princess was named Tephi or Tea-Tephi.
Modern literature of those who recognize the national
identity of the Anglo-Saxons
has confused this daughter of Zedekiah, with an earlier Tea,
a daughter of Ith, who lived in the days of David.
This royal party included the
son of the king of Ireland who had been in Jerusalem at the time of the
There he had become acquainted with Tea-Tephi. He married her shortly after the city fell.
Their young son, now in his late teens accompanied them to Ireland.
A descendant of the ancient King Herremon, this young
man has usually been confused
with his much earlier ancestor Gede the Herremon-who married his uncle Ith's daughter Tea.
The son of this later young king and the Hebrew princess continued on the throne of Ireland and this same dynasty continued unbroken through all the kings of Ireland; was overturned and transplanted again in Scotland; again overturned and moved to London, England, where this same dynasty continues today in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
The crown worn by the kings of the line of Herremon and the other sovereigns of ancient Ire land had twelve points!
Besides the royal family, the prophet is thought by some to have brought with them certain remarkable things, including a harp, and a wonderful stone called "lia-fail," or "stone of destiny."
A peculiar coincidence (?) is
that Hebrew reads from right to left, while English reads from left to
Read this name either way, and it still is "lia-fail."
Another strange coincidence or
is it just coincidence (?) is that many kings in the history of Ireland,
Scotland, and England have been coronated sitting over a remarkable stone,
including the present queen.
The stone, until lately, rested in Westminster Abbey in London, and the coronation chair was built over and around it. A sign once labeled it "Jacob's pillow stone" (Genesis 28:18).
In view of the linking together of biblical history, prophecy, and Irish history, can anyone deny that this Hebrew princess was the daughter of King Zedekiah of Judah and therefore heir to the throne of David?
That the aged patriarch was in fact Jeremiah, and his companion was Jeremiah's scribe, or secretary, Baruch?
That King Herremon was a descendant of Zarah, here married to the daughter of Pharez, healing the ancient breach?
Three overturns just as prophesied! in the 27th verse of the 21st chapter of Ezekiel.I will overturn, overturn, and overturn it: ...
When Christ returns to earth to sit on the throne, he shall take over a live, existing throne, not a nonexistent one (Luke 1:82).
And the British Commonwealth of Nations is the only company of nations in all earth's history.
Could we so exactly fulfill the specifications of the birthright, and not be the birthright people?
United States expanded rapidly in national resources and wealth alter 1800,
but reached world dominance among nations later than the British Commonwealth.
It became a giant world power by the end of World War I.
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