posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 05:24 AM
Tephi, queen of Tara and Gibraltar.
(daughter of king Zedekiah of Jerusalem,
from the line of king David who slew Goliath)
"...Teia Tephi became the queen of Ireland on the 21st of June in 583 B.C. and was later wrongfully deified as a mythical goddess called Bo /
Bovinda, which is why over the passage of time she became lost in the realms of myth and fantasy, ceasing to be remembered as the real flesh and blood
queen, who came to Ireland from Jerusalem, that she really was. She was, like the Irish people, descended from the Jacob who had his name changed by
God to Israel at Bethel, where he set up a stone pillar he had used as a pillow, that he anointed with oil and also named Bethel (House of God) along
with the place where it happened, as is recorded in the Book of Genesis in the Bible.
Jacob-Israel had twelve sons, who fathered the Twelve Tribes of Israel, the fifth of whom was called Dan and he fathered the Tuatha de Danaan (the
Tribe of Dan), from whom the Irish and Danish people are descended. The eleventh of Jacob’s twelve sons was called Joseph, to whom Jacob/Israel gave
the famous "Coat of Many Colours". Israel’s fourth son, Judah from whom the Jews claim descent and who sold his brother Joseph into slavery in
Egypt, had twin sons called Zarah and Pharez, as is recorded in The Old Testament Book of Genesis chapter 38:27-30 of The Holy Bible.
When Judah’s twins were about to be born, the midwife; who knew that there were twins in the womb; had prepared herself with a scarlet cord to mark
the firstborn. Today the same thing is done with a plastic name-tag placed around a baby’s wrist. Zarah (meaning ‘Scarlet’ in Hebrew) put his
hand out of the womb first and the midwife tied the scarlet cord around his wrist to identify him as the firstborn. He then pulled his hand back into
the womb and his twin brother Pharez was born first, thereby breaching his brother Zarah’s birthright and so he was named Pharez which means
‘Breach’ in Hebrew.
Contrary to the commonly-held belief that all Israelites are Jews and before anyone jumps to the wrong conclusion that therefore the Danites are Jews,
I must explain that the word Jew and Israelite are not synonymous and do not mean the same or refer to the same people, no matter what your dictionary
might say. They refer to two related but different peoples, as any honest and well-informed rabbi. will admit and studying a Bible will confirm.
Long before the birth of Teia Tephi; back in 997 B.C. under David’s grandson Rehoboam, the son of Solomon; the twelve tribes of Israel fell-out with
each other and split-up into two separate kingdoms, with two separate kings and they lived side by side but in two separate countries, called Israel
and Judaea. The twelve tribes divided into the ten-tribed "House of Israel" who lived in Israel in the northern section of the Holy Land under king
Jeroboam and the two-tribed "House of Judah" who lived in Judaea, in the South of the Holy Land, under the sovereignty of Solomon’s son, king
The Northern kingdom was called Israel and its capital city was Samaria. The Southern kingdom was called Judaea and its capital was Jerusalem. The
tribe of Dan was one of the ten tribes of the northern ten-tribed kingdom called Israel and those ten tribes are the same tribes who later became the
"Ten Lost Tribes of Israel", so the Danites are therefore Israelites who are not Jewish.
The Jewish people claim their descent from the two-tribed "House of Judah" (Jew-dah), hence their name Jew. All true racial Jews are Israelites but
not all Israelites are Jews. Just as, for example, all Scottish people are British but not all of the British people are Scottish.
Returning now to the story; Pharez, having taken the birthright from his brother Zarah, carried the tribal (family) name of Judah, from which came
king David, the shepherd boy who slew the giant Goliath with a stone from his sling and became king of Israel. The Royal line of David descends from
Pharez and their emblem is an amber/golden lion, rampant, with a crown on its head.
The descendants of his brother, Zarah of the ‘Red Hand’, having lost the Birthright, went into exile and migrated to Heberia (now known as Iberia
or Spain). There they built the city of Zaragoza. Zaragoza (originally Zarah-gassa) means the "Stronghold of Zarah" and the city is still called
Zaragoza today, even though the Israelites’ traditional enemy, Babylon and Rome, invaded Heberia and drove the Zarahites out to the northern
coastlands of Spain. From there many of them fled across the water to Ireland (Hebernia – the Hebrews’ new-land and the Hebrides - Hebrew’s
Isles). Some of their descendants migrated from Ireland to Scotland, and, once there, decided to use their own Judah Zarah version of the Judahite
emblem, which is the red lion rampant, just as Judah Pharez use the amber lion rampant (rampant is a word used in heraldry. and it means that an
animal is shown standing-up on its back legs, on a coat-of-arms)."