Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

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

Postby youjustcomplain » Jun 21st, 2017, 11:58 am

ahh ok. I honestly didn't know. Now I see what you're getting at.

For me, this might be a secondary question to the one you didn't ask. My question is: does the "Ark of the Covenant" actually exist? is it real? Is it in tact somewhere?
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 21st, 2017, 12:38 pm

youjustcomplain wrote:ahh ok. I honestly didn't know. Now I see what you're getting at.

For me, this might be a secondary question to the one you didn't ask. My question is: does the "Ark of the Covenant" actually exist? is it real? Is it in tact somewhere?


We'll never know where it really is...this is the Irish legend.

Solomon's Temple was built to house the Royal Treasures of ancient Israel including the "Ark of the Covenant" with the 10 Commandants and Jacob's Pillow or the Irish called it The Lia Fail and today's name is "Stone of Scone" that was used as a pedestal of the Ark.

The Stone has 88 names...

In ancient History, Phoenician King Hiram offered to build the Temple for King Solomon. King Hiram was married to a Naphtali woman from the Israelite Tribe of Naphtali.

It doesn't prove the "Ark" existed, but it is proven that the Stone of Scone exists to this day. Verified by Westminster Abbey and The Royal Scottish Museum in Edinburgh Castle...where the Stone is on display.

4,000 years ago Jacob had his vision and the Stone ends up in Scotland? How the heck did that happen?

http://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/Hi ... f-Destiny/

https://www.edinburghcastle.gov.uk/disc ... of-destiny


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

Postby averagejoe » Jun 21st, 2017, 6:10 pm

Continuing on with the legend of the "Ark of the Covenant"....


Jeremiah takes Teia Tephi to Egypt along with....."the "ARK"

Not only is this true, that the daughters of Zedekiah or Princesses were spared from the fate of the rest of the family, but they were placed in the custody of Jeremiah, who had been commissioned to build and to plant, as we read in the Bible.

Jeremiah had hid with Zedekiah’s daughters under The Temple, built by Solomon, in a cave where The Ark of The Covenant was hidden along with Jacob’s Pillar.


When the coast was clear, Baruch came and told them that it was safe to go, Jeremiah took Tea Tephi and Scota with Irsael’s treasures and went first to Mizpah and then to Tahpanhes in Egypt for safety.


This from Teia Tephi's book...Book of Tephi!


The Book of Tephi describes in detail the journey Jeremiah took with Teia Tephi, The Lia Fail (Stone of Destiny) and The Ark of The Covenant from Jerusalem to Ireland, via Tanis in Egypt then on to Gibraltar.


From the Bible....

Jeremiah 1:10
See, I have this day set thee over the nations and over the kingdoms, to ROOT out, and to pull down, and to DESTROY, and to throw down, to build and to PLANT.

This what the Bible and the Irish legend says that to keep the Royal bloodline of King David, Teia Tephi carrying the bloodline.
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 21st, 2017, 6:25 pm

And the Bible says....

Jeremiah 31: 20-22

O virgin of Israel, to these thy cities. How long wilt thou roam about, O thou backsliding daughter? For Yahweh hath created a new thing on the earth, The woman will go about seeking for the husband.

Translation from the Hebrew Bible.

In these verses we do have a wealth of valuable information as God intended Jeremiah to plant the seedling of the great oak (the Royal House of David) he had uprooted.
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby neilsimon » Jun 21st, 2017, 6:33 pm

You know, you could go there and try to find out. Ireland is a lovely country and I'm sure some archaeologists would be more than happy to talk to you about this, and if you have the funds and credible evidence, they'd probably even help the search.

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

Postby averagejoe » Jun 21st, 2017, 7:45 pm

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Jacob's Stone being load onto boat in Egypt along with other Israelite Treasures....



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A 15th century depiction of Teia Tephi voyage from Egypt
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 22nd, 2017, 8:23 am

Leaving Egypt... sailing in a ship of Tyre, piloted by a Danite named Buchi, to Carthage, where they arrived three weeks later, weighing anchor offshore without disembarking. At sunset, a strong wind blew from the desert, driving them north.

Jeremiah’s group soon arrived at Gibraltar, the Gate, which consisted of a rock shaped like a lion. There Teia Tephi was proclaimed Queen, by the Gadite Israelites who had settled there and the rock itself even cried out her name, acknowledging her as its Queen


Legend has it that the Rock of Gibraltar called her name Teia Tephi!

Teia Tephi and Jeremiah arrive in Gibraltar!

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

Postby averagejoe » Jun 22nd, 2017, 8:29 am

The Gadites of Spain....or Tarshish!

In the Bible. it talks about "The Ships of Tarshish"....

(Tarshish was the Grandson of Noah of Noah's Ark fame)

Tarshish was the southern part of today's Spain....

This Map calls Tarshish....Tartesso, that is the Aramaic name for Tarshish the Language the same as Jesus...

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There are 4 rivers named after the Tribe of Gad that flow around the southern part of Spain. Today those 4 rivers start with the Latin version of Guad....2 are seen in the map.
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 22nd, 2017, 9:23 am

City Of Cadiz....is said to be the oldest city in Europe. It is said have started by the Phoenicians in 1100 B.C. for a port for coming and goings for trade in the Atlantic Ocean....

The ancient name for the Cadiz is the "The City of the Gads".....

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City Coat of Arms for the City of Cadiz....

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Latin motto for the city...Pillars of Hercules and the City of Gad.....

Notice the Red Lions...this will come up later.
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 23rd, 2017, 10:40 am

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Gibraltar is where Jeremiah The Prophet and Teia Tephi, the tender twig, travelled to in route to the Isle of Destiny (Ireland), as described by Tephi herself:

Teia Tephi 6:2

Then drifting in calms to southward, we drew towards the Pen of the Cape


Of the Rock that keepeth the sea-gate and weareth a lion’s shape (Gibraltar)


And watcheth both Phut (Africa) and Eber (Iberia), and inward keepeth the sea,




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St. Michael's Cave Gibraltar


During their stay in Gibraltar, The Ark and other Israelite Treasures were kept in St. Michael’s Cave in the Rock of Gibraltar. Michael, after whom the cave is named to this day.

They all stayed there for five months in Tarshish.


St. Michael's Cave map...

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

Postby averagejoe » Jun 23rd, 2017, 10:45 am

Interesting find....

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

Postby averagejoe » Jun 23rd, 2017, 11:02 am

From Gibraltar, Jeremiah, Teia Tephi travel north to Mara Zion Britain or known today as Penzance England...

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Painting of Teia Tephi at the front of her ship...

Mara Zion (Pezance England with St. Michael Mound in center of ancient harbour)

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St Michael's Mount at low tide showing causeway to Marazion, aerial view, Cornwall, England, Great Britain

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

Postby averagejoe » Jun 24th, 2017, 11:11 am

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Mara Zion or Penzance Britain

At Mara-Zion they met Elatha the powerful ruler of Cornwall who welcomed them and repaired they're boat for them.

With Teia’s visit, Elatha learned of the destruction of Jerusalem and Solomon’s Temple and wept bitterly in sorrow. This is why the bay is called Mara-Zion, which means “Bitter for Jerusalem” in Hebrew.

He then sent a message to the high king of Ireland to say that Teia Tephi, the Princess of Jerusalem was coming and requested a guarantee of safe-passage

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Teia Tephi looking for safe passage to Ireland.
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 26th, 2017, 11:15 am

The Legend continues....

The Irish High king on receiving Elatha’s message, sent back to him their reply, which was a message of welcome and many gifts of gold and silver to Teia Tephi to show her she would be safe and that they all sought her favour and some her hand in marriage.

Wow! A very Large armada to protect Teia Tephi....

After receiving their positive answer and invitation, Elatha sent his son Bressail, and fifty-three ships, with two thousand and five men, to escort Teia Tephi safely to Ireland.


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Showing the movement of Jacob's Pillow used to crown Kings and Queens of Ireland, Scotland and England for 2600 years...
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Re: Is the Ark of the Covenant Buried in Tara Ireland?

Postby averagejoe » Jun 26th, 2017, 11:23 am

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Map with Howth Ireland and Royal Hill at Tara

Teia Tephi arrived Howth Ireland, near Dublin, on the 18th of June 583 BC

She was greeted there by Eochaidh, the High king and Ethan, the king’s harper and good friend, between whom she was carried ashore.

King Eochaidh instantly fell in love with the Princess, Teia Tephi.
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