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Old 16-01-2010, 10:24 PM   #201
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How did the “Golden Mean” come to be?

Someone who had nothing better to do than to “observe” the obvious “saw” Math in Nature.

You shall “see” that Nature has only one (1) Square number (144) 12 x 12 = 144, which is Pure Math Harmony Vertically and Horizontally (which are “sound pitch changes” in an Octave).

But, you “see” that the progression of “Time and Repetition” Squares repeat only once in Nature and that is “exactly” at the 12th “cumulative” repetition of expansion. (12 x 12 or 89 plus (+) 55 = 144).

and maybe that's where the 144,000 pops up from



I know you should “see” 6 Triangles on the outside of the Star of David, and 1 (Hexagon) (6 Triangles) on the inside. The total number of sides on the outside = 12; and the total of sides in the middle (Hexagon) = 12 sides Each line that intersects an adjacent line segment is either (.382) or (.681) (“Golden Mean”) of the total distance in a direction.

Number 12 Symbolism, 12 Meaning and Numerology:
http://www.ridingthebeast.com/numbers/nu12.php

The number twelve is symbolic of the creation of the universe as it represents the division or fractionating of unity (God) into twelve individual distinct vibrations or tones. This is most readily seen in music.

http://www.sacredscience.com/ferrera/numbertwelve.htm

Another notion of numbers may be arrived at by observing the way numbers seem to recur in various aspects of the world. For example, many cultures observed that there was 12 to 13 moon cycles in a year. The number 12 became symbolic of a complete cycle and 13 symbolic in some cases as an excess.

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It all adds up

Oh and not forgetting

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It all adds up

Oh and not forgetting

Bel et bon

ha... yeah all those img's disappeared out of that post for some reason and the one with the map on the mc1r post and another

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ha... yeah all those img's disappeared out of that post for some reason and the one with the map on the mc1r post and another
I am sure they will pop up again,happens to the vids now and then,

Abracadabra,just like that

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Tribe of Dan. lightgiver takes over another thread. Gross.
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Tribe of Dan

Israel's Biggest Nightmare?

Could the tribe of Dan have gone to Greece via Lebanon and later to Rome?
According to the ancient Greek "story" the Iliad by Homer, the founder of Troy was named Dardanus. Dardanus had a son named Erichthonius, who had a son named Tros, who was the namesake of the ancient Trojans and of their capital city of Troy.

Tros has three sons, Ilus, Ganymede, and Assaracus. Priam. the reigning kink of the Trojans, was of the line of Ilus. Aeneas, founder of the Roman Empire, was a prince of the royal house of Assaracus. Ganymede was the great-grandson of Dardanus. According to Homer's Iliad (Book V), Zeus kidnapped the prince, Ganymede. Zeus wanted Ganymede to be a special cup-bearer to the gods (which may be a clue to the origin of the legend of the so-called Holy Grail).

The Iliad does not relate how Zeus carried off Ganymede, but there is an ancient Roman mosaic showing Ganymede, the Trojan prince, being carried off by Zeus, who had taken the form of an eagle. Here is a possible clue to connect the progenitors of the ancient Trojans with the tribe of Dan, who had adopted the eagle as their insignia.

Zeus was sometimes pictured as an eagle, but at other times he was pictured as a serpent to whom offerings of honey were made. Here appears yet another clue. We have the symbol of a snake (the first insignia of Dan) to whom offerings of honey were made!! The honey could be a reference to the bees in Samson's riddle. Over the centuries some of the Spartans (earlier populated by Trojans) and Trojans migrated to southern France, and into Germany. In the Apocryphal book I Maccabees there is an account about the Spartans of southern Greece claiming they were related to the Jewish people and were, in fact, the stock of Abraham.

A letter from the king of the Spartans to the Jewish high priest in Jerusalem is most revealing:

"Areus, king of the Spartans, to Onias, the high priest, greetings. It has been discovered in a document concerning the Spartans and Jews that they are brothers, and are of the race of Abraham" (I Maccabees 12:20-21). The first century Historian Flavius Josephus also records this letter in his writings. Four symbols are used in the Bible concerning the Danites; a serpent, an eagle, a lion, and the bees. In the story of Samson we find the famous riddle of the bees who made honey in the carcass of a lion which had been killed by Samson. The symbolic nature of the bees could represent the concept that the descendents of the tribe of Dan would one day try to bring about the destruction of the tribe of Judah, whose symbol was the lion. Of interest, throughout the centuries, the Merovingian (European) royalty have for centuries been tied to the symbol of bees.

When Moses gave his prophecies of the 12 tribes, he said that Benjamin would "dwell between the shoulders of Judah" (Deuteronomy 33:12), and that Dan, "as a lion's whelp, would leap from Bashan" (Deuteronomy 33:22). Bashan was located in ancient Lebanon. That Mosaic prediction came to pass when the tribe of Dan was deprived of its territory adjacent to Judah, moved north to Lebanon, and established its territory in Bashan. From there the Danites made a symbolic leap into obscurity (Europe; Germany? Denmark? Danube River? Irish Tuatha de Danann? Rome? Greece?).

In Judges 18 the tribe of Dan established an idolatrous religion - the worship of the sun and moon.


http://bibleprobe.com/lost.htm


Still waiting for yours GS,

UGH Gross you sound like a baby. Put your dummy back in.

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http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob...pob_figp32.jpg Thus this bi-lingual inscription records that: "This Sun-Cross (Swastika) was raised to Bil (or Bel, the God of Sun-Fire) by the Kassi (or Cassi-bel[-an]) of Kast of the Siluyr (sub-clan) of the "Khilani" (or Hittite-palace-dwellers), the Phoenician (named) Ikar of Cilicia, the Prwt (or Prat, that is 'Barat' or 'Brihat' or Brit-on)."

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BAAL WORSHIP

But the religious customs of the Covenant people became corrupted with the religion of the Phoenician Canaanites. The Prophet Elijah's challenge of the Hebrew priests of Baal is one of the most moving Bible accounts. (1 Kings 8:18-40) The Bible indicates that at one time the majority of Hebrew priests and people followed the rituals of Baal worship. Noted 19th century antiquarian, Sir William Betham, made an exhaustive study of the ancient Celtic peoples, and states in his book, The Gael And Cimbri:

http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob...ob_fig005b.jpghttp://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob...pob_fig001.jpg

"Baal... has the precise meaning in Gaelic as in Phoenician - the lord of heaven." (p. 226) Many customs hearken back to Palestine, as well; "Even the cakes which the idolatrous Jews, in imitation of the Phoenicians, made in honour of the queen of heaven are still the most popular cake in Ireland under the old name of the barnbrack, or speckled cake." (p. 236)

http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob...pob_fig002.jpg

Ancient customs and rituals are persistent among mankind, and therefore provide tangible evidence of a people's origins, even where no written proof survives. Betharn comments:

"Thus we see at this day, fires lighted up in Ireland, on the eve of he summer solstice and the equinoxes, to the Phoenician god, Baal, and even called Baal's lire, baltinnes, though the object of veneration be forgotten ..." (p. 222-223) In addition, archeological proof points to a Hebrew Phoenician origin of the Britons and Irish. Betham relates:

http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob...ob_fig005a.jpg

"On an altar-stone, dug up near Kirby Thore, in Westmorland, is this inscription:"DEO BEL ATUCADRO IB[ERUM] VOTUM FECIT IOLUS" The text translates as follows: "To the god Baal, the friend of man, Iolus made his free vow."

Numerous other stone altars to Phoenician gods, which have been discovered in Britain, Ireland, and Gaul, are discussed and translated in Betham's work. Some of the principal finds include altar-stones found in Northumbria and other parts of Britain. He states that these ancient monuments to "Baal, by the ancient British... are unanswerable evidences of the identity of the people of the two Islands {i.e., Britain and Ireland) and Gaul, which the most unwilling and incredulous caviler at etymologies, can scarcely refuse to receive as conclusive. It proves more, for it shows an identity of the deities of the Celtae and the {Hebrew)-Phoenicilans" (p.228-229)

http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob...ob_fig025a.jpg

Numerous other parallels exist between Celtic and Hebrew Canaanite worship, including mystic well-worship, worship of sacred stones, and the veneration of the autumnal equinoxes. In fact, both the Canaanites and Celts practiced autumnal sacrifices to Baal, which the Celts called, "Baal-tinnes," as previously mentioned.


SUN WORSHIP:AL

The Hebrew word, AL, signifies the sun, and is equivalent to the Phoenician Hal, Greek Halios, Babylonian Il and CeIto-British Heaul. Mallet's "Northern Antiquities," (vol. 2, p.68) states,

"All Celtic nations have been accustomed to the worship of the sun... It was a custom that everywhere prevailed in ancient times to celebrate a feast at the winter solstice, by which men testified their joy at seeing this great luminary return again to this part of the heavens. This was the greatest solemnity of the year. They called it, in many places, Yole or Yuul, from the word Hiaul, which even at this day signifies the sun in the languages of the Bas-Bretagne and Cornwall."

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http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob...pob_fig037.jpg

Christmas is still called Yule. A Christmas holiday beer, Ale, may be from the same root. Holly and Holy come from the word, heaul, meaning 'to hallow, to deem sacred,' with roots to the Hebrew, 'EL,' God. The German words, 'heilig' and 'ale' mean 'to swear, to call on the name of God.' The words 'all,' 'whole,' and 'heal,' may be related to this.

The Hebrew name for the sun appears in many places in Britain with names beginning with 'Ail,' 'Ayl,' 'Hal,' 'Hayl,' and the like.There are many exarnples, including Albury, Albourne, Alcester, Alby, Althorp, Alton. Allington, Allerton, Alford, Allenby, Alsop, and dozens more.

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Thanks for that LG... will keep me occupied for a while

Funnily enough I managed to bump into this if you've not seen it...

Enter the scientists of the People of the British Isles project: thanks to their efforts, this most distinctive characteristic is now opening up its mysteries for the first time. Testing their white cell samples for two of the half-dozen red-hair versions of the MC1R gene, they were able to show their frequency in each area of the British Isles. The results were intriguing.

Where one is the maximum value, they got figures of 0.16 and 0.23 for the frequencies of red-hair genes in Cornwall and Devon. The frequency in Oxfordshire was 0.07; in Sussex and Kent 0.13; in northeast England 0.11; in Lincolnshire 0.07; and in Cumbria nil. In Wales the figure was 0.21, and in Orkney a high 0.26. But the highest was in Ireland. Using data from other research studies, the team got a figure for Ireland of 0.31, confirmation of the stereotypical image of the red-haired Irishman.

The results are remarkable, as Sir Walter Bodmer, the Oxford geneticist leading the project, acknowledges: “I was amazed at them. I didn’t expect to see something like this.”

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle1290113.ece

How much truth to it?

The similarities with Phoenician jewellery, art, symbolism, dolmens, even a particular bread, burial rituals, the gods they worshipped, language and lettering, standing stones... there's just far too much.

http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob...ob_figp219.jpg

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The tale of Bel and the Dragon incorporated as chapter 14 of the extended Book of Daniel was written in Aramaic around the late second century BC and translated into Greek in the Septuagint. This chapter, along with chapter 13, is referred to as deuterocanonical, in that it is not universally accepted among Christians as belonging to the canonical works accepted as the Bible. The text is viewed as apocryphal by Protestants and typically not found in modern Protestant Bibles, though it was in the original 1611 edition of the King James Version. It's listed in Article VI of the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England.[1]

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The narrative of Bel (14:1-22) ridicules the worship of idols. In it, the king asks Daniel, "Do you not think that Bel is a living god? Do you not see how much he eats and drinks every day?" to which Daniel answers that the idol is made of clay covered bronze and thus, cannot eat or drink.
Enraged, the king then demands that the 70 priests of Bel show him who consumes the offerings made to the idol. The priests then challenge the king to set the offerings as usual (which were "twelve great measures of fine flour, and forty sheep, and six vessels of wine") and then seal the entrance to the temple with his ring: if Bel does not consume the offerings, the priests are to be sentenced to death; otherwise, Daniel is to be killed.

http://www.creationism.org/images/Do...iestsOfBel.jpg

Daniel then proves through a ruse (by scattering ashes on the whole perimeter on the temple in the presence of the king after the priests have left) that the sacred meal of Bel is actually consumed at night by the priests and their wives and children, who entered through a secret door when the temple's doors were sealed.
The next morning, Daniel calls attention to the footprints on the temple's floor; the priests of Bel were then arrested and, confessing their deed, showed the secret passage that they used to sneak inside the temple. They, and their wives and children are then put to death, and Daniel is permitted to destroy the idol of Bel and the temple. This version has been cited as an ancestor of the "locked room mystery".[4]

http://www.creationism.org/images/Do...hetsOfBaal.jpg

In the brief but autonomous companion narrative of the dragon (14:23-30), "there was a great dragon, which the Babylonians revered." In this case the supposed god is no idol. However, Daniel slays the dragon by raking pitch, fat, and hair (trichas) to make cakes (mazas, barley-cakes, but translated "lumps") that cause the dragon to burst open upon consumption. In other variants, other ingredients serve the purpose: in a form known to the Midrash, straw was fed in which nails were hidden,[5], or skins of camels were filled with hot coals,[6] or in the Alexander cycle of Romances it was Alexander the Great who overcame the dragon by feeding poison and tar.[7]
The parallel with the contest between Marduk and Tiamat, in which winds (sâru) controlled by Marduk burst Tiamat open, has been noted by many informed readers;[8] barley-cake has been substituted for "wind"[9]
As a result, the Babylonians are indignant. "The king has become a Jew; he has destroyed Bel, and killed the dragon, and slaughtered the priests," they say, and demand that Daniel be handed over to them.

http://www.whale.to/b/baal.jpg

The third narrative (14:31-42), Daniel in the Lions' Den, is apparently Daniel's first or second trip. It has been made into a consequence of the preceding episode, but the Septuagint precedes it with the notice, "From the prophecy of Habakkuk, son of Jesus, of the tribe of Levi." Daniel remains unharmed in the den with seven lions, fed by the miraculous transportation of the prophet Habakkuk. "On the seventh day the king came to mourn for Daniel. When he came to the den he looked in, and there sat Daniel! The king shouted with a loud voice, 'You are great, O Lord, the God of Daniel, and there is no other besides you!' Then he pulled Daniel out, and threw into the den those who had attempted his destruction, and they were instantly eaten before his eyes."

http://www.whale.to/b/Daniel-Killing...C11723499.jpeg

Some have suggested that the Daniel in Bel and the Dragon is different from that of Daniel 1-13[citation needed].
The Greek text of "Bel and the Dragon" exists in two versions. One, represented in a minority of manuscripts, sometimes called the "Old Greek" version, seems to represent the Septuagint translation, evidently so unsatisfactory that the early Church opted to substitute Theodotion's version in its place, in the official copies of the LXX that have survived.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bel_and_the_Dragon


bel, bal, drag'-un (Greek words: drakon, "dragon," "serpent"; ektos, "except"; horasis "vision," "prophecy"; ophis, "serpent"; sphragisamenos, "having sealed"; choris, "except," Hebrew or Aramaic words: chatham, "to seal"; zepha', "pitch"; za'apha', "storm," "wind"; nachash, "snake"; tannin, "serpent,","sea monster"):

Julius Africanus (flourished about first half of 3rd century AD) was the first to impugn the truth of the stories embodied in the "additions" to Daniel. This he did in a letter to Origen to which the recipient vigorously replied.

The improbabilities and contradictions of these three pieces have often been pointed out from the time of Julius Africanus down to the present day. The following points may be set down as specimens: (1) Daniel is called a priest in the Septuagint (Bel and the Dragon, verse 1), and yet he is identified with the prophet of that name. (2) Habakkuk the prophet (he is so called in Theodotion (see Bel and the Dragon, verse 33), and no other can be intended) is made to be a contemporary of Daniel and also of the Persian king Cyrus (see Bel and the Dragon, verses 1 and 33 in the English Bible).

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/7/111...1cc78cdfcf.jpg

Now Cyrus conquered Babylon in 538 BC, the principal Jews in Babylon returning to Palestine the following year. The events narrated in Bel and the Dragon could not have occurred during the time Cyrus was king of Babylon, but the Septuagint speaks of "the king" without naming him. (3) It was not Cyrus but Xerxes who destroyed the image of Bel, this being in 475 BC (see Herodotus i.183; Strabo xvi.1; Arrian, Exped. Alex., vii.1).

http://www.bible.ca/tracks/peru-tomb...un-worship.jpg

(4) It is further objected that dragon-worship in Babylon, such as is implied in the dragon story, is contrary to fact. Star-worship, it has been said, did exist, but not animal-worship. So Eichhorn and Fritzsche. But there is every reason for believing that the worship of living animals as representing deity, and especially of the living serpent, existed in Babylon as among other nations of antiquity, including the Greeks and Romans (see Herzog, 1st edition, article "Drache zu Babylon," by J. G. Muller). It has already been pointed out (see list of meanings) that the word "dragon" denotes a serpent.

http://www.aloha.net/~mikesch/shamash-tablet.jpg

http://bibletools.org/index.cfm/fuse...And-Dragon.htm



One question that I am often asked is if the cross of early Christianity was invented as a result of the story of the crucifixion of Jesus? The answer is no. The cross of early Christianity was already in use in the Mediterranean world and beyond, long before the time of Jesus. The Bronze Age civilizations that flourished in Northern Europe as early as 1,800 BCE, used the centered cross of equal proportions [+] as a regular part of their symbolic script. It is this cross, of the Bronze Age, that was first adopted by Christianity.

http://www.gosai.com/krishna-talk/80...and-cross.html
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25 And thou, O deadly wounded wicked one, the prince of Israel, whose day is come, in the time of the iniquity of the end, 26thus saith the Lord Jehovah: Remove the mitre, and take off the crown; this shall be no more the same; exalt that which is low, and abase that which is high. 27I will overturn, overturn, overturn it: this also shall be no more, until he come whose right it is; and I will give it him.

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A letter from the king of the Spartans to the Jewish high priest in Jerusalem is most revealing:

"Areus, king of the Spartans, to Onias, the high priest, greetings. It has been discovered in a document concerning the Spartans and Jews that they are brothers, and are of the race of Abraham" (I Maccabees 12:20-21). The first century Historian Flavius Josephus also records this letter in his writings. Four symbols are used in the Bible concerning the Danites; a serpent, an eagle, a lion, and the bees.

Interesting indeed... cheers LG



As far as we know, in the 4th Century BC Celtic mercenaries fought in the Peloponnese as we read in Xenophon (c. 427–355 BC), who served in the Spartan cavalry in a war against Thebes and says that the Celtic mercenaries fighting for Sparta were great horsemen.

As for the dealings the Doric Spartans had with Celtic people, we can say that both Spartans and Celts had the same origin as they both were Indo-Europeans, also known as Aryans , i.e. a group of nomadic tribes, that were part of a great migratory movement which spread in successive waves from Southern Russia and Turkmenistan in central Asia during the 2d millennium BC and penetrated India, Iran and finally Europe throughout Mesopotamia and Asia Minor.
From the so called Indo-European tribes derived several languages in Europe (Greek, Latin, Italian, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Rumanian, German, English, etc) and in Asia(Sanskrit, Iranian).

This in actual fact, while it is merely a myth the story of Celtus (Greek, Keltos), the son of Heracles, who was the mythical father of the Celtic race and then of the Doric Spartans who in fact thought they were descendants of Heracles through the so called Heracleidae or Heraclids , i.e. the offspring of Heracles.

To sum up, we know that some Celtic mercenaries fought in the Peloponnese as well as in other parts of Greece where in 279 BC they sacked Delphi, the seat of the famous oracle of Apollo. Later in 274 BC they served as mercenaries also in Egypt and elsewhere in the Balkan Peninsula.
Hope this can be helpful to you.

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25 And thou, O deadly wounded wicked one, the prince of Israel, whose day is come, in the time of the iniquity of the end, 26thus saith the Lord Jehovah: Remove the mitre, and take off the crown; this shall be no more the same; exalt that which is low, and abase that which is high. 27I will overturn, overturn, overturn it: this also shall be no more, until he come whose right it is; and I will give it him.

Ezek. 21:25-27



Tea Tephi married the Irish monarch, Eiochaid, the Heremonn, thus joining the Pharez and Zarah branches of Judahs royal line, and from them through the Irish and Scotch line of kings one can trace the descent to George VI and show that Davids line did not lapse for Yahweh keep His covenant of salt. (2 Chronicles 13:5)

Was Jeremiah the elderly white-haired patriarch, sometimes referred to as a "saint," who came ashore in Ulster in Irish tradition? Wasn't Jeremiah the grandfather of King Zedekiah (last king of Judah); and thus, God's Trustee of the Bloodline and the Throne of David? From these sources we learn that about 565 B.C., soon after Jeremiah and the kings daughters disappeared in eastern history, there appeared in Ireland at Tara, the seat of the Irish kings, a remarkable and mysterious personage, a prophet named Ollam Fola, who instituted a school of prophets in Ireland. From the number of Hebrew words connected with this mysterious personage he is shown to have been a Hebrew prophet. The only Hebrew prophet who disappeared with any such mission as would take him to the Isles of the West, was Jeremiah, whose bust is in Dublin Castle. The name of Jeremiah remains everywhere in those parts even today.

Was the royal bloodline planted in Ireland?

Could a female further the bloodline?

Did Jeremiah bring the ancient Jewish coronation stone to Ireland (was the throne then overturned 3 times, and now is in London?)?

Was it moved three times (finally to England) in fulfillment of Ezekiel's prophecy mentioned in chapter 21, verses 25-27?

Did St. Andrew journey to Scotland?

Is Israel today Ephraim?

Is Britain and the United States Manasseh?

Legend says Ireland was already populated by Hebrews before Jeremiah's arrival. Long prior to 700 B.C. another strong colony called "Tuatha de Danaan" (tribe of Dan) arrived in ships, drove out other tribes, and settled there. Later, in the days of David, a colony of the line of Zarah arrived in Ireland from the Near East. In light of this, imagine how fruitful the Irish potato famine has proven to be.... Or, is all the above a fabrication started via a book ("England the Remnant of Judah." London, 1861) by British-Israel expositor named Rev. F.R.A. Glover who combined two different people Tea and Tephi from two different time periods? Is the Worldwide Church of God behind furthering this confusion? Or, is it all true??

Also, consider this conflicting legend that there is a strong Jewish tradition that the prophet Jeremiah was stoned to death outside the city walls of Jerusalem - in the place known as Golgotha.

Bible Probers should note: We think the "Annals" of Irish History (Annals of Ulster, Annals of the Four Masters, etc.) are only reliably historical from 1,000 A.D. onwards. All material relating to time periods before the time of St. Patrick (430 A.D.) is legend. However, there is some truth contained in the "Annals" prior to 1,000 A.D. The "Annals" go back to about 444 A.D., but written copies date only from the 1400's. For instance in these Irish "Annals" there are 18 records of eclipses and comets which all agree exactly to the day and hour with the calculations of modern astronomers. The oldest piece of consecutive Irish preserved in Ireland is found in the "Book of Armaugh", written about the year 812. See possible historic lineage here. Conclusion. Take note that, Jeremiah's commission included "to build and to plant". Legend frequently is steeped in fact, no matter how confusing. The Lost tribes went somewhere...Perhaps Ireland and western Europe....or even southern Russia.

http://bibleprobe.com/lost.htm (you may understand why I avoided the word Annals)

http://www.giveshare.org/israel/judah/part3ch03.html

Hope this may be of help

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It was a joke. 144 - gross. Don't laugh, its not funny if you have to explain it.
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It was a joke. 144 - gross. Don't laugh, its not funny if you have to explain it.
It would be

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18 to choose from.

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Default In reality Bridget was Tuatha De Danann

Many myths surround the sacred springs or holy wells, including the theme of erotic love, intoxication as wisdom, the location of such springs as being in the Otherworld, which can mean both the land of the dead as well as the land of eternal youth. The Otherworld is perceived to be a source of power and of wisdom and is thought to be located under the earth, hidden in a mound, beneath the sea, in the far west, on a plain hidden in a mist. These elements can be found in the Fianna Cycle, the Brown Bull of Cooley, Niall and the Hag at the Well among others. Always, the emphasis among the Celtic peoples (earth-centered culture) was of cyclic regeneration rather than the linear movement or evolution of the historical culture.

There are different types of wells, briefly one might say that prior to the coming of St. Patrick, the sacred springs reflected the Celtic earth-centered spirituality. After Patrick, there occured a shift to "Christianize" the pilgrimages and practices associated with the wells. So the loric phenomena associated with many of the wells was revalorized in terms and by symbols universally understood in Christianity--a crossing of the boundary between the two cultures. The pagan tree took on the symbolism of Christ (i.e. the cross) and there sprang up throughout the country St. Patrick wells, St. Bridget wells.

http://www.irelandforvisitors.com/ar...holy_wells.htm

Keeping in mind the shift to Christian spiritualism, have a look at the stone that marks St.Brigids Well at Cliffoney. Brigid is usually associated with fertillity and I've been told that is represented by the top symbol...



So on the top symbol...

The swastika basically a Greek cross with its arms bent at right angles is one of the oldest types of cross and it is also found among the variety of cross types in honour of Brigit. We find remarkable evidence of an early association between Brigit and the swastika on an inscribed stone from the early Christian period located near St Brigid'sWell at Cliffoney, Co. Sligo.126 This stone is described by W. F.Wakeman as presenting `the appearance of an early Christian cross', but possessing, nevertheless, `the savour of a pagan origin'.127

Wakeman also noted that, surmounting what he called `the Mithraic symbol or Swastica', in the head of the cross occurs a canopy of not ungraceful design which is not like . . . anything found elsewhere in these countries.'128 This `canopy' seems to me to bear a remarkable resemblance to the curving decoration of the horned head of the `Cernunnos' deity, the `striking analogy' between which `in his role as the Lord of the Animals and the god ÂSiva in his aspect as Pashupati `Lord of the Beasts' ' is stressed by Proinsias Mac Cana.129 If the Cliffoney swastika stone proves to have an association with the cult of horned deities, then, perhaps, it may be claimed that we see united on this Christian cross, the symbols of the same two potent fertility figures that continued to be remembered in the folklore associated with Lá Lúnasa and Oíche Féile Bríde, down to our own time. We may also discern in Wakeman's `canopy of not ungraceful design' and what lies behind it an explanation for Brigit's bizarre harrow head-dress (cf. p. 258 above).

http://www.celt.dias.ie/publications...23/c23-231.pdf

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi.../Cernunnos.jpg

Cernunnos

Cernunnos (also Cernenus[1] and Cern) is a pagan Celtic god whose representations were widespread in the ancient Celtic lands of western Europe. As a horned god, Cernunnos is associated with horned male animals, especially stags and the ram-horned snake; this and other attributes associate him with produce and fertility.[2] Cernunnos is also associated mainly as the God of the Underworld.

Everything that we know about this deity comes from two inscriptions from France and one from Germany.[3]

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...nake-witch.JPG

Cernunnos was proposed to have been identified as the illustration on the Snake-witch picture stone, which shows a possibly horned figure holding snakes in his/her hands, from Gotland, Sweden

Cern means "horn" or "bumb, boss" in Old Irish and is etymologically related to similar words carn in Welsh and Breton, and is the probable derivation of "Kernow" (Cornwall), meaning horn'[of land]'. These are thought by some linguists to derive from a Proto-Indo-European root *krno- which also gave the Latin cornu and Germanic *hurnaz (from which English "horn") (Nussbaum 1986) (Porkorny 1959 pp. 574-576).

The same Gaulish root is found in the names of tribes such as the Carnutes, Carni, and Carnonacae and in the name of the Gaulish war trumpet, the carnyx. The Proto-Celtic form of this theonym is reconstructed as either *Cerno-on-os or *Carno-on-os, both meaning "great horned one". (The augmentative -on- is frequently, but not exclusively, found in theonyms, for example: Map-on-os, Ep-on-a, Matr-on-ae, Sir-on-a.)

Cernunnos is nearly always portrayed with animals, in particular the stag. He is also frequently associated with a unique beast that seems to belong primarily to him: a serpent with the horns of a ram.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...p_Cauldron.jpg

The Gundestrup cauldron is a richly-decorated silver vessel, thought to date to the 1st century BC, placing it into the late La Tène period.[1] It was found in 1891 in a peat bog near the hamlet of Gundestrup, in the Aars parish in Himmerland, Denmark.


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It was a joke. 144 - gross. Don't laugh, its not funny if you have to explain it.
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http://ardictionary.com/Gross/4493

18 to choose from.
Must be time to do Tuatha De, if you 2 have kissed and made up?



Now that's gross...
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As far as I am concerned there in personal animosity between me and lightgiver. He does not know who his friends are on this forum, that is all. He hears the word "Freemason" and he just can't see past it.
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As far as I am concerned there is no personal animosity between me and lightgiver. He does not know who his friends are on this forum, that is all. He hears the word "Freemason" and he just can't see past it.

Sorry, my fault.
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As far as I am concerned there in personal animosity between me and lightgiver. He does not know who his friends are on this forum, that is all. He hears the word "Freemason" and he just can't see past it.
I noticed, hard not to... it's a bit silly to be honest, applying to both of you and I think this has possibly rubbed off regarding myself? You never did get back to me on that study...

It's a pity as I welcome both your input. I know LG is a bit happy with ctrl+v, but thats ok, it's a thread... if he wasn't it wouldn't have spawned the Iosa post that you were happy about

Your both big and ugly enough. I know you have a keen interest in this, would like to see your name in it a bit more ... power to the people.
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I have corrected #219.

Sorry macneil, misled you there.
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