2 edition of England The Remnant Of Judah, And The Israel Of Ephraim; The Two Families Under One Head; A Hebrew Episode In British History found in the catalog.
|Statement||Kessinger Publishing, LLC|
|Publishers||Kessinger Publishing, LLC|
|LC Classifications||July 25, 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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It does not take an expert to see that the names of the tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh are seen in the names of the Scythian-Sacae Tribes. It concerns JUDAH; and, in one sense, Judah only. and all in full exercise of their respective functions, without our knowing aught of the last things, and being in entire disbelief, altogether, of the pretensions of the first: and yet, upon the truth and reality of which pretensions to be what it professes to be, the proof of the reality of the other two things may be thought to depend:- all this is indeed strange!
of the besieging of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar, being, according to Hales, 602 B. Possibly, when historians shall have agreed to the propriety of un-king-ing the man who was no king, and dislodging him from the imaginary dynasty, to all the exigencies of the theories concerning which this official's life and acts have been made to conform, his true place and time in history may be more easily determined than is now the case; while the truth established in this so-important an instance, may become the stand-point for the rectification of a great deal of other matter: matter very valuable in itself, but quite unusable from the heterogeneous inter-comminglings of Persons and Things, which Irish Tradition now so often presents to the anxious inquirer after truth and facts.
'Herodotus also reported that the Scythians liked to get high from marijuana! So neither do we believe that there is any particular virtue in the Coronation Stone.
because he deemed the finding thereof to be ominous to some kingdome, he brought it along with him and layde it up in the country for a Jewell.Balkan, tribes northwest of the Black Seathe Guti a people on the borderlands of Mesopotamiathe Kusha our Kushansthe Gushi a people mentioned in Han texts and regarded as brigands along with the peoples of Kroranor a combination of some but not all of the above Mallory and Mair 2000, 98-99.
It was stated to the entire Israel nation—the whole twelve tribes Lev. Then Britain added six States of Australia, and then came New Zealand, Tasmania, British India, the Fiji Islands, the Caribbean, parts of Africa, Egypt, and China.
From north to south, from Jordan to the Sea — from Galilee, or still more distant Damascus, to Philistia and Egypt — these roads all lay more or less through Ephraim, and the constant traffic along them must have always tended to keep the district from sinking into stagnation.
As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. The attempt arose doubtless in a sort of nervous anxiety of man to prove that God is as good as His Word. The Scythians claim they are "the youngest of all nations" ibid, book 4, chpt.
But in verse 6 we see an interesting statement about the deportation, this phrase, "and the cities of the Medes.
He who is one with England, be he no bigger than the smallest atom of herself [the island of Sark, for instance, with one man upon it], has, in union, all the strength and power of England to defend him; and those who are bigger than Europe have found that they have not done themselves much service by starting on their own independence [JML: USA in 1861!
So the time of their captivity, the two names of the Cimmerians and the Scythians appear. Hence all the exaggerated statements concerning the wonderful phantom, Ollam-Fola-Heremon: of whom and whose imaginary character the poet Moore feels constrained, albeit with great respect for the illustrious dead, to speak in the following philosophic terms:-" "Among the numerous kings, that, in this dim period of Irish history, pass like shadows before our eyes, the Royal Sage, Ollamh Fodhla, is almost the only one, who, from the strong light of tradition thrown round him, stands out as a being of historical substance and truth.
Representatives of all countries which owed allegiance to Assyria were brought together at the royal palace at Nineveh and they were bound with particularly fearful oaths to support the crown prince after the death of his father" International Bible Commentary, p.
Such marks are discoverable in the various points, as regards Jeremiah, below enumerated.
that is How can they co-exist? So the ancient Scythians not only looked like most of the America peoples today, they even appear to have passed on some of their terrible habits to our modern peoples—their descendants.
Did "the Isles of the Sea" suggest themselves as a likely place for sanctuary to that "righteous man in the East? - Some people have thought to be facetious in comparing the transport of a Stone from Judea to Ireland, with that of the House of the Annunciation from Nazareth to Loretto.