“The stone in Westminster Abbey has been analyzed and shown to be a calcareous type of red sandstone of Scottish origin.” – The Marson Report, pg. 128
No wonder the fable about the Stone of Destiny sounds like the ramblings of a deranged drunk man…
Deep within the annals of Irish, Scottish and British folklore comes a blarney little tale of gnostic Anglo-Israelism that goes a little something like this… try not have a hernia laughing at this piece of sheer hokum. Apparently some people take this very seriously, so have some respect.
Judah, who was destined to sire kings and reign over all until the end of time brought forth twins: Pharez and Zerah. The lineage of Zerah would make their way to Britain to rule, with Brutus the Trojan landing on the shores of the English Isle in 1103 B.C. and becoming the first King of Britain in London.
The Pharez line would remain to rule Judah until its fall to Babylon… this is where Jeremiah the prophet comes in, we read…
(Jer 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.
To some, this passage envisages Jeremiahs venture to a far away land to establish a new dynasty…
In days of the fall of Jerusalem to king Nebuchadnezzar around 586 B.C., Jeremiah devised a brilliant plan to uphold the providence of God and preserve the throne of David according to scripture. Obviously the prophet knew of a divine lineage already present in the British isles and would seek to establish the new dynasty there.
Jeremiah gathered up his scribe Baruch along with the King’s daughter and fled to Egypt. With them they brought David’s harp and curious stone called the “Stone of Destiny”.
Verily, this was the very stone of Jacob that Moses would strike to water the Israelites in the wilderness… atop this fated stone would all the great monarchs of the British isles be coronated to this day.
From Egypt they made their way to glory to be found upon the shores of Ireland. The King’s daughter emerges from obscurity in the annals of Irish history as the famed “Tea Tephi” who marries King Eochaidh, regal descendent of Brutus the Trojan of the lineage of Zerah…
This marriage made in heaven would unite the royal heads of the Pharez and Zerah lines of Judah. The new Israel was born. Surely, if any family deserved the right to rule this would be it.
This throne would make its way to Scotland and then to England to await the return of Shiloh, or Jesus Christ, who will take rightfully take his seat upon the throne of David during the millennium…
I hope it’s beginning to dawn upon you what we are dealing with here… FOOLISH MADNESS!!!
THE lineage of ZERAH NEVER WENT TO IRELAND! JEREMIAH THE PROPHET NEVER WENT TO IRELAND WITH THE KING’S DAUGHTER! WE ARE DEALING WITH THE INSANE FANTASIES OF RACIST ANGLO-ISRAELISTS!
THESE WACK-A-DOODLE TALES WERE INVENTED TO LEGITIMATE THE CLAIMS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE AND THEIR RIGHT TO RULE! THESE LIES WILL BE USED IN THE TRIBULATION!
LET THAT ALL SINK IN REAL GOOD!