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Ireland - One of the 12 Lost Tribes of Israel?

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posted on Aug, 16 2009 @ 11:21 AM
reply to post by smallpeeps

I dont know where you got your irish history from but your wrong the biblical references made in irish mythology was put there by the monks who were writeing down our history so they wouldnt be called heritic and banned from been told, as I said scythia in mentiond more than egypt therefore its more likely that a celtic tribe went to eruro asia and mingled with the scythians by intermarrying then returned west to spain then to ireland, this theory is starting to gain ground now in ireland

[edit on 16-8-2009 by Lucifersjester]

posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 04:06 PM
12 tribes, any relations to the 12 stars in the flag of European Union ??

just wondering.. Saw an website with some 'lady of doom' and 12 stars and blablabla..
long story you see..

posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 08:22 PM
Like the topic OP.

Here is some information I found a long time ago about the Tender Twig - Teia Tephi. It make an attempt to decode the hieroglyphics inside the tomb at Cairn T. I find it curious that one would find hieroglyphics inside an Irish tomb.

However, in order to decipher the hieroglyphics, one needs to be an expert on both Scriptural Prophecy and Bible history; not archaic sculpture. So Eugene Conwell was right about whose tomb it is, but wrong about who would have the "Key" to unlock the meaning of the hieroglyphics. Studying the Divinely-inspired autobiographical "Book of Tephi Queen of Tara and Gibraltar", and then cross-referencing her Book with the rest of the Holy Scriptures gives us the "Key"; makes the understanding of the hieroglyphics not only possible, but much easier and corroborates the story written on the stones with perfect accuracy, as only the Divinely-inspired is capable of doing; which in turn proves the authenticity of her Book. Once the Divine "Key" has been found, it is then possible to unlock the mystery written on the second stone on the left, just inside the entrance to Cairn T, at Loughcrew, which is inscribed with hieroglyphics depicting Jeremiah's journey from Jerusalem, via Tanis in Egypt, to Gibraltar, in a ship of Tyre, with four companions. Then, leaving one of his companions in Gibraltar, he is shown taking another boat, a Greek ship with three companions, to Ireland, where they arrived in 583 B.C.




posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 10:22 PM
more about Teia Tephi here on ats.

peace again


posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 11:23 PM

Originally posted by Lucifersjester
the irish are not a lost tribe of israel ( im an irish man with a good knowledge of my peoples history) we irish are a celtic scythian mix, with some nordic blood from the vikinging settelers scythia and scythians are mentiond a lot in our mythology nuada silver arm is said to hve had a scythian bodyguard

Maybe you should follow your history a bit more than

The ancient Persians called all the Scythians "Saca"

That fits right in with the Ten Lost Tribes theory.

Also take a look at the land the Scythian's covered:

It is also a good fit.

The Celts were on the Danube, bordered by the Scythian's. It could be said that they were related.

By the way . . . I am of the Brit-Am persuasion.

[edit on 8/19/2009 by Lemon.Fresh]

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