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Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

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Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 16th, 2017, 10:51 am

The True Story of Britannia

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In 583 BC, a teenage queen, Teia Tephi; now revealed as being the original Britannia, landed at Howth, Ireland, having escaped the fall of Jerusalem, with Jeremiah the Prophet and their small party.

They brought the Ark of The Covenant, some relics of Israel and the Throne of David – the coronation stone, also known as Bethel, Jacob’s Pillar, Lia Fail and the Stone of Destiny.

She married Eochaidh, the Irish High-king of the Zarah line of Judah, she being of the Pharez line of Judah. The marriage sealed the breach, as prophesied, and she was crowned queen of Ireland at The Hill of Tara.


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Tara where for thousands of years ancient Irish Kings we're crowned! One thousand years on Joseph's Pillow.

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Let's trace how the Ark got to Ireland...
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby sobrohusfat » Jun 16th, 2017, 4:43 pm

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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 17th, 2017, 12:10 pm

The "Ark of the Covenant" is Housed in Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem as part of Israel's Treasures....

We pick up the story just before the fall of Judah...

The Prophet Jeremiah warning King Zedekiah and Judah that if they don't repent and seek God, that God will bring the Babylonians against Judah...

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Jeremiah warning King Zedekiah

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The warnings....

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Warning the People of Judah...
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 17th, 2017, 12:20 pm

The "Ark of the Covenant" Housed in Solomon's Temple.

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Also, Jacob's Pillow (The Stone that Jacob used as a pillow the night of his vision from God) is used as a pedestal for the "Ark" inside Solomon's Temple.

Jacob's pillow...

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Jacob's vision...of the future of his descendants

God changes Jacob's name to Israel...

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Today Jacob's Pillow is known as the "Stone of Scone" it is housed in Edinburgh Castle as a National Scottish Treasure...

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With the Scottish Royal Jewels, Crown and Septre....

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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 17th, 2017, 10:55 pm

The Fall of Judah and Jerusalem....587 B.C.

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Solomon's Temple destroyed by the Babylonians.

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Jews exiled to Babylon...

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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 17th, 2017, 11:07 pm

Judah King Zedekiah watching his 3 son's being murdered by order of Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar...

Killing the Royal Blood line of Judah and King David...

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Then They Blinded Judah King Zedekiah, so the last thing he saw was his sons being killed and then taken to Babylon....

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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 18th, 2017, 11:48 am

Jeremiah released by King Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon and does not go into captivity....

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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby maryjane48 » Jun 18th, 2017, 7:32 pm

no because it only was real in your mind .
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 19th, 2017, 6:42 am

maryjane48 wrote:no because it only was real in your mind .


What is? The Ark of the Covenant or it's possibly buried in Ireland?
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 20th, 2017, 7:55 am

Jeremiah the prophet takes King Zedekiah's daughters to Tahpanhes Egypt....

Jeremiah (chapter) 43 verses 6-7

6) the men, and the women, and the children, and the king’s daughters, and every person who Nebuzaradan the captain of the guard had left with Gedaliah the son of Ahikam, the son of Shaphan; and Jeremiah the prophet, and Baruch the son of Neriah;

7) and they came into the land of Egypt; for they didn’t obey the voice of Yahweh: and they came to Tahpanhes.




Jerusalem to Tahpanhes

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The palace pictured below was given to Jeremiah and King Zedekiah to live in while in Tahpanhes by the Egyptian Pharaoh, although now in ruins at Tel Defneh, is still known today as "Quasr Bint el Jehudi" which means "Palace of the Daughter of Judah".

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Tahpahnes was an Egyptian frontier palace fort on the route to Palestine. Its site has been identified
about 10 miles west of the Suez Canal. Archaeologist Flinders Petrie uncovered the ruins of a large
castle, in front of which was a great open air platform of brick work. Pictured is a drawing of the Egyptian
palace that was once there, based on the excavated foundation and artifacts found there.
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 20th, 2017, 8:07 am

Introducing King Zedekiah's Daughter....

Teia Tephi!


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Teia Tephi was also was adopted by the Egyptian Pharaoh Hophra and of course given the Palace at Tahpanhes.
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 21st, 2017, 7:24 am

This where the Bible ends with Jeremiah, with Judah King Zedekiah daughters and Irish Legends starts....


[b]Jeremiah (chapter) 43 verses 6-7

6) the men, and the women, and the children, and the king’s daughters, and every person who Nebuzaradan the captain of the guard had left with Gedaliah the son of Ahikam, the son of Shaphan; and Jeremiah the prophet, and Baruch the son of Neriah;

7) and they came into the land of Egypt; for they didn’t obey the voice of Yahweh: and they came to Tahpanhes.
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In the ancient Irish books, the Irish Chronicles, History of Ireland, the Book of Tephi and many more Irish legendary books the legend begins...

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And of course Teia Tephi's own book....

A translation of the original Gaeilge of the legend of Queen Tephi as it has been sung by the bards (poet-minstrels) of Ireland for centuries. Tephi was the daughter of the king of Jerusalem whom Jeremiah went forth to plant in Ireland after the ROOTING-OUT and DESTRUCTION of Zedekiah, the king of Jerusalem in c. 588 B.C. We find in the official lineage of the Royal House of Britain that the House of Stewart are the decedents of Tea Tephi and her husband Eochaidh the Heremon. From Tephi and Eochaidh descended all of the Kings of Ireland and Scotland and ultimately Britain.

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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 21st, 2017, 7:33 am

Introducing Baruch....

Baruch—Jeremiah’s Faithful Secretary. Baruch wrote as dictated to him by Jeremiah, the Book of Jeremiah in the Bible...

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Baruch with Jeremiah

Baruch—Jeremiah’s Faithful Secretary

DO YOU know “Baruch the son of Neriah”? (Jeremiah 36:4) Although he is mentioned in only four chapters of the Bible, he is well-known to Bible readers as the personal secretary and close friend of the prophet Jeremiah. Together they went through the last 18 turbulent years of the kingdom of Judah, the terrible destruction of Jerusalem by the Babylonians in 607 B.C.E., and the ensuing exile into Egypt.

Many scholars today believe that Baruch belonged to a prominent scribal family in Judah. They point to a number of reasons for this conclusion. For example, the Bible account refers to Baruch by a special title, “the secretary,” or “the scribe” in some translations. The Scriptures also mention that Seraiah, his brother, was an important official at the court of King Zedekiah.—Jeremiah 36:32; 51:59.

Archaeologist Philip J. King writes regarding scribes in Jeremiah’s day: “Scribes, members of a professional class, were prominent in Judah during the late seventh and early sixth centuries B.C.E. . . . The title was held by high royal officials.”


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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby youjustcomplain » Jun 21st, 2017, 7:59 am

I'm curious. What is this thread about? Like, you're posting bible passages and pictures of stuff non stop. Who is the intended audience for this?
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 21st, 2017, 8:23 am

youjustcomplain wrote:I'm curious. What is this thread about? Like, you're posting bible passages and pictures of stuff non stop. Who is the intended audience for this?


LOL...who is ever interested in the "Ark of the Covenant"....and where it maybe? Got over 100 views so far... :D

I'm telling a story of the "Ark" from the fall of Jerusalem to Tara Ireland....from the Bible then to Irish legends.

I didn't think it would take this long...so if people are interested. They can start from the beginning and read my postings...this is the Religion section of Castanet. :smt045

Some people say it's buried under Solomon's Temple and others say it was moved to Ethiopia.
No one has ever said Ireland and there is a whole lot of evidence that it's in Ireland and I'm presenting it...


The Church in Ethiopia that is said to be also where the "Ark" is...

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The Chapel of the Tablet at the Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion in Axum allegedly houses the original Ark of the Covenant.
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