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THE BOOK OF THE GREEN RACE

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1. 1. To chart a course, 2. all must know, 3. the name and hour, 4. by star and day, 5. the season and year, 6. of heavenly gods, 7. companions to the ancients, 8. of Great Ages lost. 7. the Gleaming One, 8. protector of hunters, 9. guide and light of wisdom, 10. first and most sacred 11. to the ancients.

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12. The second (wheel) be that of AUN (ON), 13. the Shining One 14. revealer of truth, 15. that nothing may be hidden, 16. the God of the new age. 17. The third (wheel) be that of IOR (ANU), 18. The everlasting, 19. great wheel of the heavens, 20. and all the gods. 21. The eternal, 22. the unutterable name. 23. Keeper of all worlds in balance.

2. 1. To ancients were known. 2. The first of name, 3. by destiny abound. 4. The truth of all kind. 5. Long forgotten. 6. We beseech thee.

4. 3. 1. First revealed, 2. the wheel of fortune: 3. Two seasons 4. and three of reason 5. in operation. 6. The first (wheel) be that of (E)YAH (EL-A), 1. Such (this be) is the sacred three: 2. Trinity, 3. secret and mystery. 4. When one is known, 5. May all three be ( understood). 6. To the seasons, 7. the man, 8. the stag, 9. the fish and bird, 10. the cycles of the Gods of the Earth E-RE (MU).

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5. 1. By the first (wheel) 2. (E)YAH , the Gleaming One, 3. begins with full face, 4. is divided equally, 5. at (point of) departure. 6. When YAH does return 7. to full view, 8. is one cycle (of the wheel).

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10. The land returns to ancient times. 11. The fourth be Anagantios (January/February), 12. upon which (time), 13. the animals and House do stay secure. 14. The fifth be Ogronios (February/March), 15. upon which (time), 16. cold rain brings ice. 17. The sixth be Cutios (March/April), 18. upon which (time), 19. the wind and waves to rise. 20. The seventh be Giamonios (April/May), 21. when The gods of the Earth awaken 22. and new growth springs. 23. The eighth be Simivisonios (May/June) , 24. when the Shining One AUN (ON), 25. does bring warmth. 26. The ninth be Equos (June/July), 27. upon which (time), 28. the best foals and calves are born. 29. The tenth Elembiuos (July/August), 30. upon which (time), 31. Men do harvest their crops and market their wares. 32. The eleventh be Edrinios (August/September), 33. upon which (time), 34. all disputes of the year are discussed. 35. The twelth be Cantlos (September/October), 35. upon which (time), 35. the table is full, the stories are sung. 36. Upon every third cycle (of the 1st wheel), 37. there be a thirteenth (added),
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6. 1. The Gleaming One 2. is particular. 3. To the horizon YAH is 27 days, 4. yet shorter by measure than to the stars. 5. By 29 days is complete

7. 1. There be twelve cycles of (E)YAH. 2. The first be Samonios (October/November), 3. upon which (time), 4. the leaves and seeds fall. 5. The second be Dumannios (November/December ), 6. upon which (time), 7. darkness opens. 8. The third be Riuros (December/January), 9. upon which (time),

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38. mamed Mid Samonios, 39. between Cutios 40. and Giamonios. 41. One who gains such knowledge 42. and of the cycles of (E)YAH , the Gleaming One, 43. shall be eastrolach.

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3. great wheel of the heavens and all the Gods, 4. divided into eight 5. The two sacred cross(es). 6. (So) no portion greater or less 7. travel the Gods through these Houses. 8. The first (House) be Re the Ram (Aries). (November/December) 9. The second (House) be C the Hound and Young Bull (Canis and Orion) (December/January/February). 10. The third (House) be Eala the Swan (Leo) (February/March). 11. The fourth (House) be Cap-El the Horse (Virgo) (March/April). 12. The fifth (House) be Tar the Bull (old Taurus/Arcturus) (May/June). 13. The sixth (House) be Muc the pig (Boar) (Scorpio) (June/July) . 14. The seventh (House) be Poc the Stag (Capricorn) (August/September). 15. The eighth (House) be Dga the Fish (Pisces) (September/October). 16. The ninth is the hidden (House) of IOR as the Great speckled serpent Si (Amen) (Milky Way). 17. The one that travels through all Houses, 18. the not one named, but all (Houses); 19. belongs to the Great speckled serpent (Milky Way).

8. 1. By the second (wheel) 2. of AUN (ON), the Shining One, 3. ruler of E-RE (Earth) by Day, 4. by rule of five (days), 5. to 72 (weeks), 6. does AUN (ON) return. 7. Divided by two (36 weeks of 5 days), 8. does AUN (ON) stand still 9. a single cycle (year). 10. The first shall be Yu(le), 11. at the start, near Samonios. 12. The Most Holy of days. 13. The Birth of AUN (ON). 14. The second shall be Ba(al). 15. Count thirty six (weeks of five days) 16. from Yu(le).

9. 1. By the great third (wheel) 2. of IOR (ANU), the everlasting,

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10. 1. The eight and the ninth be the Houses of the heavens, 2. to the first two (Houses) is given 3. 46 cycles of the Shining One. 4. To the second two (Houses), is given 45. 5. To the third (pair), as the first. 6. To the final (pair) as the second. 7. So the heavens may balance. 14. 13. 1. AUN (ON), the Shining One 2. Shall visit each house.

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6. take (away) one day in four cycles (of AUN).

3. 33 cycles (years) of AUN shall it be.

1. Each House of the heavens of the eight 2. shall host the Gods, 3. and AUN (ON), the Shining One 4. shall stand, 5. each being a Great age, 6. 3210 cycles (year) of AUN (ON). 7. All eight Houses shall be seen 8. before a Grand Epoch (origin) is complete. 9. One who gains such knowledge 10. and the cycles of the three 11. Shall be fisatir.

11. 1. By the Houses, 2. the Great Gods be known. 3. Within the same equal divide of the Heavens 4. by Nine years and five days, 5. the Shining One shall blacken and glow 6. and the Gleaming One shall follow soon thus.

15. 12. 1. (E)YAH , the Gleaming One 2. shall visit each house 3. 235 cycles shall it be. 4. 19 cycles (years) of AUN, The Shining One, 5. 6940 Days, 1. It is to the lesser Gods of the heavens, 2. the five plus two 3. we owe the hour and time at night. 4. CYB-EL-The Bright One does rise and fall five times, 5. within eight lives of AUN (ON), Shining One 6. and by thirteen cycles does complete 7. 104 lives (years) of the Shining One.
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8. This be a Great Cycle of the Bright One. 9. One who gains such knowledge 10. of the movement of the lesser gods of the heavens 11. shall be Rollagedagh. 17. 1. These were the best of times. 2. Before law of man, 3. before trickery of hand; 4. the two faced word. 5. The hunter and his spear, 6. travelled far and fast. 7. A plentiful peace, 12. and ancient hunters did follow. 13. to the land of the low clouds.

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16. 1. In the Great Age of the Horse, 2. By one thousand, nine hundred and fifty one Great Cycles of the Bright One (8880 BCE) 3. came the warming. 4. the land was freed from slumber. 5. By the awakening of AUN, the Shining One, 6. He revealed all things with his great power. 7. The hills and plains (became) sweeping open meadows. 8. Then came the flowers and the seeds. 9. Then the birds, the fox and the hare. 10. The age of the great Stags. 11. The giants of old,

8. under the watchful gaze of YAH (the Gleaming One).

18. 1. North from ice, 2. south from land, 3. did they come. 4. The ages of our land 5. without complication, but sign. 6. Without moans, but song. 7. For ancient hunters did sing in joy 8. across the great meadows; 9. a green heaven. 10. Calling (out) the Stag to their end.

19. 1. In this age 2. the Gods did smile 3. upon honest men.

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4. The heavens their roof, 5. the trees by stream their walls, 6. the leaves their beds. 7. Tribes did swell 8. to all corners of the Isle. 9. Until no land was without man. 20. A rocky place, 21. by the River ARI-EN (Jordan).

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22. So high did they build their walls, 23. they did fall 24. Upon themselves 25. at a place called YAH-EA (Jericho).

20. 1. The dawn of the Great Age of the Swan (7620 bce) 2. (Did) Herald great change and calamity. 3. The omen of the Gods. 4. By one cycle of the Bright One, 5. came the Great Flood 6. of the Eastern tribes of man. 7. The great black lake did swell. 8. The waterfall did break 9. and many of the first of the ancients 10. Did drown in the Sea of Black; 11. Save one tribe, 12. The tribe of NOA(H); 13. who foretold of doom. 14. And by legend 15. Were saved by their boats. 16. Never again, shall we drown 17. The tribe of NOA(H) proclaimed. 18. They built then their new home with high walls, 19. fearing flood, fearing rain.

21. 1. Of the land of ER-E, MU 2. The sea God LIR (LUGH) did swallow the bridge of the south. 3. Of the north, AUN did melt the ice 4. Into the sea. 5. Born then an island. 6. All birds, 7. All stag and boars, 8. All wild horse and hare 9. All man 10. Ringed by the sea god LIR.

22. 1. In the Great Age of the Swan 2. At the first third, 3. about ten Great Cycles of CYB-EL the Bright One (6680 BCE) 4. came the cooling. 5. AUN, the Shining One did retreat from view, 6. So did all the gods of the heavens. 7. Not even YAH, the Gleaming One did show herself. 8. The darkest of times.

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9. Of Man alone. 10. Ice and snow did cover the meadows. 11. The great Stag could not find food 12. nor the animals of the open field. 13. The land did return to sleep. 14. A cold blanket upon it. 15. The hunter did draw lean and fearful. 2. along the sacred Shannon, 3. along the Lough Neagh,

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4. only to be set upon by hungry tribes. 5. The exiles of the south and west. 6. Spear no longer for beast, but man. 7. Spear upon spear. 8. Blood upon blood. 9. A hundred spear. 10. A thousand spear. 11. Only MU (the earth) shall know.

23. 1. The Tribes of men, did rush in haste. 2. To the South, the snow and ice was deep, 3. But LIR (LUG(H))had swallowed the path. 4. To the West and to the East 5. No beasts to be found. 6. North did the hungry tribes come. 7. North towards Lough Neagh. 8. For food 9. and to flee. 10. But LIR the sea god had smashed the ice path. 11. Cold wind tore skin and flesh. 12. Nothing but tumult 13. as raven did feast upon the dead. 26. 1. Beastly, barbaric acts befell. 2. Sacrifice of blood flowed freely. 3. Men cut at their limbs 24. 1. Some made camp beside the waters, 4. to nourish their lips. 5. Eating the flesh 25. 1. In these dark times 2. stirred blackness of heart. 3. Why the retreat of the gods? 4. What terrible curse? 5. When old ways, 6. of cold and cave long forgotten. 7. Men set upon men, 8. not for war but offering. 9. Women upon their children, 10. sons upon fathers. 11. To seek a cure of darkened curse.

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5. once known as the land of the Holly Men, 6. the Feara Cuileann.

27. 1. A chief, bathed in blood and human flesh 2. Rose from the North. 3. MOT his name. 4. No longer a hunter of boar, 5. but men. 6. United in death, 7. his warriors lie (in wait), 8. for hungry exiles from the South. 9. Feasting on their flesh, 10. MOT claimed himself a god. 11. the old gods gone are no more he proclaimed. 12. the greatest of gods was A-ED, 13. of the underworld he said. 14. A place underneath the ground. 15. Fearful, hungry, 16. MOT united the tribes. 17. Killing and eating the weak. 18. Roasting children in fire like pigs. 19. Enslaving all. 28. 1. The tribes of the East 2. did hear of MOT 3. and his deeds. 4. They (East tribes) did hide in the mountains 30. 1. Upon a grove he comes. 2. Nine Elms (trees), 3. upon a bubbling pond. 4. Around it be strange shrubs, 5. leaves prickly, 6. fruit red as blood. 7. Anainmbaiste weakened from hunger, 8. did eat the sacred fruit, 9. upon which he fell into deep sleep and sickness.
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29. 1. By the stream known as Lilley, 2. young warriors of a tribe of the East 3. were set upon by beasts of MOT; 4. all but one did escape. 5. His name is Anainmbaiste, 6. as the first. 7. Hungry and fearful, 8. he leads away from the hiding place of his tribe. 9. For the men of MOT having become accustomed 10. to the hunt of men, 11. did smell living flesh for many a mile. 12. Into the blackness he climbs. 13. Higher until his fingers torn, 14. his body weakened, 15. near to give up the ghost.

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10. Awaking he did see 11. a Great White Swan upon the pond. 12. Beside him he did reach for spear. 13. But before his thrust, 14. the swan did speak. 15. Anainmbaiste be still it called. 16. Anainmbaiste be wise it sighed. 17. The spear did loosen from his hold. 18. Upon what magic did he behold? 19. The Swan did call him to the see into the pond. 20. By the shallows were countless rocks of golden brilliance. 21. And salmon fat and slow, 22. too many to count. 23. The Swan did say the salmon live 24. for the bubbling pond that never freezes, 25. and the sacred berries as they drop. 26. Eat one fish called out the swan. 27. And Anainmbaiste did eat a fish, 28. whereupon he gained awareness. 29. You shall be called A-DA-MU, Meaning first born of Earth, 30. the Swan did speak. 31. And A-DA-MU did call this place 32. CUILI-EALA-EAN or CUILLEAIN 33. The sacred healing (knowing) woods of the swan (spirit). 32. 1. The men of MOT did come
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31. 1. A-DA-MU did return to his tribe, 2. In the mountains by the stream of the Lilley. 3. To tell of his find. 4. The Tribe do not believe. 5. They cast him out, 6. with his companion E-AN. 7. They cursed his name. 8. To the Cuilleain he returned. 9. To the Salmon the sacred golden rocks and Swan. 10. At the Cuilleain with his companion E-AN, 11. A-DA-MU did learn from the Swan, 12. and the sacred Salmon, 13. the name of plants, 14. the name of animals, 15. the operation of the Gods, 16. the wisdom of law and prophecy. 17. Upon attaining awaraness, 18. A-DA-MU names his companion E-VA 19. meaning first. 20. First amongst women. 21. (The) first priestess. 22. Within one cycle of the shining one, 23. E-VA bore a son named E-(A)L 24. meaning a god amongst men. 25. There at the Cuilleain, they lived 26. For twelve more cycles of the shining one.

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2. and scatter the tribe of A-DA-MU. 3. Along the Lilley 4. some did escape. 5. And A-DA-MU did nurse them to life 6. at the Cuilleain. 7. Soon they will smell us 8. Called the survivors. 9. The men of MOT growing hungry for new flesh 10. to eat and sacrifice. 11. A-DA-MU did eat the berries 12. and ask the sacred Swan for (a) sign. 13. Leave this place, 14. to the coast, 15. the Swan did say. 16. There Build a raft to LIR, the God of the Sea. 17. Leave this Isle 18. and you shall save your race. 19. The Swan did peck a glistening golden pebble 20. from the shore of the pond. 21. Take these stones into fire 22. fashion a band 23. the same for your arms. 24. These shall ward off all evil. 34. 1. The getting of wisdom 2. the young are fearful. 3. The MOT shall come 4. We shall be eaten (they say). 5. Yet A-DA-MU did not yield. 6. The first raft is launched 7. But LIR (LUG(H)) consumes it. 33.

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1. A-DA-MU did as the Swan had commanded. 2. He collected the golden rocks. 3. He left the Hollywood and travelled to the coast. 4. To a place called Ath Cliath Cuilleain 5. a name meaning the sacred (holly) hurdled ford (of the river Lilley). 6. There he put the rocks into a fire 7. and they did melt. 8. He fashioned golden bands 9. one for each member of the tribe. 10. And arm bands 11. for each hunter of the tribe. 12. There A-DA-MU commanded his tribe to chop down young saplings 13. to fashion a raft.

8. A-DA-MU commands a second raft to be built 9. It is smaller and lighter 10. with lashings and beams to hold. 11. But no one dare sail 12. until E-(A)L the son of A-DA-MU
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13. the strongest and bravest. 14. He takes the raft far from shore. 15. But LIR, (was) jealous of the hero for himself 16. snatches the raft 17. and the son of A-DA-MU and brave men drown. 37. 7. To the North they are hearded. 8. To the Land of MOT,

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9. his lair to the East of Lough Neage, 10. at where the streams of Farset and Lagan meet.

1. MOT himself does inspect the tribe of A-DA-MU. 2. But upon A-DA-MU he does not look up 3. fearful a god has come to strike him. 4. He demands by what magic they survive they long winter? 5. Why they dress so? 6. What meaning the gold? 7. A-DA-MU tells him he has been commanded by the gods 8. to built a raft And leave the Isle. 9. MOT proclaims to all who watch himself a god. 10. That only E-AD is God and all must worship death. 11. A-DA-MU laughs, 12. for his companion is E-VA, 13. a daughter of the gods, 14. and no harm may befall his tribe. 15. Enraged, MOT prepares for slaughter. 16. A-DA-MU makes a pledge 17. To most powerful MOT. 18. Build me a raft and release my tribe, 19. And within one cycle of the Shining One, 20. (I) shall return with food for all of the tribe of MOT. 21. Crafty MOT agrees to A-DA-MU
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35. 1. A-DA-MU deep in grief 2. returns to Cuilleain. 3. He calls out to the Swan 4. but none appear. 5. He eats of the berries 6. But no wisdom comes. 7. He curses the Gods for their wisdom 8. but not their power. 9. To change the seasons. 10. To give life over death.

36. 1. A-DA-MU Returned to Ath Cliath Cuilleain. 2. As he approached he did see the Men of MOT. 3. The tribe captured. 4. But fearing the gold around their necks, 5. and their arms, 6. they spear not one.

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22. But on the condition 23. that only four of his warriors to accompany the chief 24. With a party of men from MOT. 25. E-VA and the tribe as hostage, 26. MOT does command the trees to be cut, 27. and a great raft is made. 28. A-DA-MU and his band do depart.

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15. They take A-DA-MU and the band. 16. They kill the men of MOT. 17. But on the five and the gold 18. are fearful. 19. They take them to a place 20. a great bare Earth ring upon a plain called SARU(M) 21. surrounded by mountains of bones. 22. Too many to count. 23. Here men are hacked to pieces night and day 24. by the shadows 25. to call the Gods to return. 26. Upon this place A-DA-MU does cry. 27. Upon this place I curse, 28. before this night, 29. you shall not last. 30. Before the end of this Age 31. And by the Gods 32. My (blood) return 33. To rid this place of blackness.

38. 1. Upon the sea and the will of LIR (LUG(H), 2. whereupon a great wind takes hold of them, 3. upon rolling waves, 4. south and south not upon landfall, 5. until they see land east, 6. just before the mouth of the River known as Severn. 7. A-DA-MU and his band to travel inland 8. to the East in search of animals. 9. None they find. 10. Darkness greater than MU is this land across the sea. 11. In the blackness only shadows 12. Follow them. 13. On the sixth night of landfall 14. the shadows come.

24. 1. The shadows grunt as cows and dogs. 2. They know not knowledge 3. not even they are human 4. wild beasts become. 5. A storm approaches 6. Heavy rain and thunder. 7. The shadows run in fear 8. A-DA-MU and the five flee.
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9. To their raft they return and set adrift. 10. to face fate 11. But the gods direct the wind against them 12. not north but south and south east they travel. 18. to guide the winds of the Gods 19. Now with oar to stear 20. to reason with LIR (sea) 21. And hasten their return.

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22. The Galicia bestow the bravest of their warriors 23. To return to the land of the Gods. 24. The Sea Peoples they were first called, 25. the IBI-RA, the boat gods. 25. And forever more known.

25. 1. A-DA-MU and the brave come to a land known as Galicia, 2. where they find meadows and warmth, 3. trees and birds, 4. deer and boars. 5. A-DA-MU and the five 6. Come upon a tribe 7. who having seen them land 8. witness upon their finery and gold 9. Praise them as Gods. 10. A-DA-MU did stay with the people of the Galicia for a time. 11. Knowing that before the end of a cycle 12. honor bound to return 13. or lose his companion and tribe. 14. With the Galicia 15. As their God 16. A-DA-MU commissions three stronger raft 17. Now with thatched sail

26. 1. A-DA-MU returned triumphant 2. inside the cycle 3. To the lair of MOT 4. At where the streams of Farset and Lagan meet. 5. His sails 6. red with the blood of slain animals 7. Did glow in the sea mist 8. Like the belly of a dreadful beast 9. A fearful sight for the men of MOT 10. His raft boats full of bounty. 11. Upon the sight of three boats 12. The mighty men of MOT flee 13. E-AN seeing the return of her husband 14. Thrust a spear into MOT 15. A-DA-MU lands triumphant to his word 16. First King and High priest of the Gods.

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1. In the Great Age of the Swan, 2. Within five Great Cycles of CYBEL, 3. the Bright One (6200 bce), 4. the land of our ancestors did awaken 5. upon the arrival of the god DAGA (DAGNU) 6. the good god, of earth and fertility 7. DAGA did defeat ADA(D) 8. The god of storms and rain 9. Releasing MU (Earth) from the darkness. 10. first again came the flowers and young bushes 11. then with pine, elm and tree 12. The land did raise up forests 13. The animals returned in numbers, 14. wild boar and red squirrels, 15. wolves and foxes, 16. red deer and eagles 17. but the giant stag was never again seen.

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5. The Gods of MOT and the underworld 6. banished from the Isle 7. With the wisdom of the gods messenger 8. By the sacred holly 9. They did make a rule 10. never again shall man eat flesh of man 11. To learn the wisdom of the gods 12. respect the ancient gods 13. To never usurp the gods 29. 1. By the bones of ADAM laid 2. near the sacred curve of the serpent stream 3. known by the name Boyn 4. a most sacred place called GNO 5. meaning divine wisdom 6. A city of stone, his everlasting rest 7. The elders of the tribe of AD-A-MU 8. Did observe and respect the ancient gods. 9. Thus they did name them as spoken 10. They did write symbols and meaning 11. They did learn to count 12. to understand the pattern 13. and nature of the Gods 14. by the first wheel of YAH (EL) 15. by the second wheel of AUN(ON) 16. by the third wheel of IOR (ANU)

28. 1. The descendents of ADAM (A-DAMU) 2. Made good their land 3. With mud, they did make walls 4. wood and reeds their cover (roof)

30. 1. The bravest of the tribe 2. Did return by boats of red sails

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3. To the land of Galicia 4. And return 5. (so ) That by blood, 6. by bond And custom 7. They became as if one land 8. But Not near the Isle of the shadows 9. Did they sail 10. The beasts of MOT 11. exiled to this place 12. A place of darkness 13. And barbarity 14. Many cycles till 15. The prophecy of A-DA-MU fulfilled 16. On the plain of SARU(M). 32. 1. A crafty nature was SHEM(U) 2. For upon the twelfth of age of 12. All three to reign 13. As one 14. Each named BRID. 15. Too young to rule 16. SHEM(U) their kin

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17. Did rule as protector and stewart

3. The little BRIGHID, he did challenge 4. Them to resolve a dispute 5. In ancient ways 6. Knowing the three girls had not hunted 7. Nor spear, nor seen blood 8. The three little girls were set out 9. To seize a boar or deer 10. For without blooding of the ancient ways 11. None could claim Kingship 12. Crafty SHEM(U) and a band 13. Did lie in wait 14. By a thicket 15. As the girls did approach 16. But the old and young gods 17. did favour the BRIGHID 18. ADA(D) hid YAH from view 19. In the darkness 20. SHEM(U) did stumble 21. Whereupon DAGA did sent a heard of wild deer 22. Through the thicket
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31. 1. Upon the eight Great Cycle of CYBELE, 2. The tribal elders, 3. Keepers of the wisdom of the gods 4. Did call a council 5. For the seed of A-DA-MU 6. No longer produced a male heir 7. But three girl child. 8. HA-M(U), the old king 9. Did witness the miracle birth 10. Before his death 11. Blessing the sacred trinity as his heirs

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23. Trampling SHEM(U) and his band 24. One deer, its neck broken 25. At the feet of the three. 26. Triumphant, the BRID return 27. As Queens. 2. and to the King.

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3. But not one man was found worthy 4. of the hand Of a sacred Queen. 5. Overland they travelled 6. Unto the shores of the great eastern sea 7. There they set (out) onwards 8. In smaller boats 9. Eastward they sailed 10. To lands not yet seen. 11. The first men they encountered 12. From the land of yellow hills 13. too frightened to come to the shore 14. Where the Brids did rest 15. The Queens did travel past the coast 16. of the blackened land of Latin tribes 17. A land of fire in those days 18. to the Isle of the Sicani 19. But these men did not yield 20. And the Queens cleaved 21. Many a warrior 22. Till they made their escape 23. To the safety of boats

33. 1. At twenty, such fearsome warriors the three Queen 2. No man of E-RE (MU) 3. worthy as companions. 4. The Queens resolved that one should stay 5. And two should travel 6. with the blessing of LIR 7. To find husbands worthy. 8. For their journey 9. The elders and protectors of the Cuilleain 10. Did fashion each Queen 11. With a sword of gold and bronze 12. And a troop of the finest warriors 13. With bronze tipped spears 14. That no beast, 15. nor man may harm even a hair 16. Of the warrior Queens.

35. 1. But LIR grew restless 2. He did conspire with ADA(D) 3. To each take a Queen 4. To be their consort 5. LIR threw the Queens up 6. Upon great waves
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7. While ADA(D) did bring upon 8. Great darkened clouds and rain 9. The Queens did pray for delivery 10. to the ancient Gods 11. And CY-BELE did hear their call 12. Upon the rocks of an Isle 13. They did come to rest 14. The Queens did name this place 15. CYBE-MU, land of the goddess, the Bright One 16. And a solemn oath 17. to bring a band Of the finest 18. To honor the goddess 19. And so it was such honor was true 20. For many a year 21. Even when the Goddess became known 22. as Aphrodite

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11. These peaceful and noble people 12. Were in awe of Mem, 13. With her sword of gold and bronze 14. and her honey words 15. The Chief of the Tribe 16. Did claim her a Goddess 17. And implored her to stay 18. There, with her warrior guard 19. Mem, did teach the Badari 20. Using the shapes 21. and signs of The ancients 22. The keepers of the Cuilleain 23. The ways of the tribe 24. The wise laws of the gods 25. And the names and operation 26. Of the gods themselves 27. The Badari in turn did show Mem 28. The flooding of fields 29. the planting of crops 30. The use of the cow 31. But no husband worthy found.

36. 1. The two Brids, 2. did each make an oath 3. One to travel to the North 4. The other to the South 5. And to make this Isle a new home 6. For the tribe of A-DA-MU 7. The first Brid, known as Mem 8. Did travel south 9. To the land of the great River 10. And the tribe known as Badari

37. 1. The second Brid, known as Mam(a) 2. Did travel North 3. Towards the mountains of the Bull 4. To the plain of Konya 5. And the village of Katal 6. There the Queen did use 7. Her signing ways

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8. Her singing voice 9. The wisdom of the gods 10. And the might of her gold and bronze sword 11. The people of Katal 12. In turn did show Mama 13. The making of garments 14. From the hair of animals 15. And the skilled use of fire and clay 16. But the people of Katal 17. Did make Mam(a) their goddess 18. Refusing her passage 19. She did escape 20. With the help of the ancient gods 21. When YAH did hide AUN 22. And the people fled. 39. 1. Queen Mam(a) 2. Did travel East 3. Along the mighty river 4. To the land of the Assur 5. And the Ubaid 6. The site of this Queen 7. With her golden sword 8. Her warrior guard 9. And caravan of many miles 10. Did amaze the villagers 11. Before she had even arrived 38. 1. The Queen Mem 2. Did travel south with the Badari 3. And her warrior guard 4. Along the Great Serpent River 5. To the land of the Pwen (Punt) 6. There the Queen again showed 7. The wisdom of the Gods 8. The magic of sign 9. And the dark skinned Pwen 10. Did show her 11. The wonder of spices 12. Soft tender fruits 40. 1. Queen Mem 2. Did leave the tribe of Pwen 3. And travelled north east 4. To the great village of the Ubaid 5. At the mouth of the great rivers 12. They called Mam(a) a Goddess 13. The nature of weaved cloth

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14. And the Pwen did make her their goddess 15. But amongst the Pwen, 16. No husband was found

13. I-MAMA (Inaana) they called her.

6. There she did unite with her sister 7. Two Queens, 8. Two great warriors 9. And countless worshippers

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10. The village was named in honor 11. Of their sacred homeland 12. E-RI (E-RE) 13. And in a later age to E-RI-DU 14. There the Queens did teach their signs 15. The wisdom of the gods 16. The wonder of their travels 17. And all the world did come to know of E-RI 7. UAS-EL, the worthy 8. Who had protected Mam(a) 9. All the while. 10. Upon awakening

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11. The Queens did call to their captains 12. For worthy men, 13. For worthy husbands 14. No greater (had) been 15. Brave, loyal men and true 16. All the while 17. From E-RE herself

41. 1. Yet for all their journey 2. And all the tribes 3. No husbands worthy 4. had been found 5. The Queens did return to the inner sea 6. Where the Badari 7. Did make them a great boat of lashed reeds 8. So LIR could not sink it 43. 1. Return home 2. Triumph behold 3. The wonders of the world 4. Brought to sacred lands 5. The cow, the weave 6. The wisdom of clay and fire 7. All manner of wisdom

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44. 1. Upon the dawn of the Great Age 2. of the Hound 3. and of the Young Bull (4480 bce) 4. The land of E-RE (MU) 5. Had become fat with grace 6. Wonders from all the world
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42. 1. Upon the return 2. both Mem and Mam(a) Had a vision 3. Their captains by their side 4. CAL-MU the brave 5. Who had stood by the side of Mem 6. Since departing MU

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7. Clothes and peace 8. Civilized men 9. Long lost the art of the hunter 10. become the crafty trader 47. 1. The Gods had seen 2. what men had become 45. 1. Since the time of the three BRID 2. fame had spread across the tribes 3. each embracing them as their own 4. A thirst for the wisdom 5. of the Isle of Mu 6. And the strength of women 7. Without respite 8. The swords of Brid 9. Did each King seek 10. And powerof sacred gold 11. fashioned by priestly elders 12. So that the tribe of ADAM 13. had fractured become 14. No longer the bravest 15. nor fiercest reigned 16. But women of crafty disposition 48. 1. But crafty Queens 2. Did not head the gods 46. 1. In this age 2. women did rule strong 3. And men grew distracted 4. in the way of the gods 5. An ancient line of Queens raised 6. From the time 3. And took to boats 4. and far places 5. Free from the rains and bog 6. To Islands in the inland sea 7. they came 8. And grew their trade and power 9. New gods of earth
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3. No rule no law 4. But pleasure and corrupt 5. Without restraint 6. DAGAN and (H)ADAD did consort 7. Over the lands 8. Rain and warmth 9. unending 10. Within three Great Cycles of CYBELE 11. From the dawning 12. of the new Great Age of the Hound 13. the land became like bog 14. So deep and thick 15. it swallowed many a man 16. and tree

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10. and passions they formed 11. Goddesses of love and hate 12. Goddesses of war and fire 13. The male gods of old no more

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5. From the Dawn of the new Great Age of the Hound 6. It was Queen MA-EVE that banished 7. the priests and ancient wisdom of the cuilleain 8. Till time forgotten their ways 9. To the hills most sacred they were 10. Exiled from the sacred land of ADAMs rest 11. By the river BOY(NE).

49. 1. To the great lands of the Amratians 2. The Queens of E-RE (MU) did trade 3. Their city of Nut, the goddess of sky 4. And further north 5. along the great Serpent river 6. Did the Maadi worship the powerful Queens 7. As MA-AT goddess of truth and law 8. To the lands of the East 9. Of the people of UR-UK 10. The great goddess EL-NANA (INAANA) 11. Daughter of the moon 12. Goddess of love, fertility and war 13. The Queens of MU were worshipped

51. 1. Only sons then born to MA-EVE 2. ARU, the eldest and SETU 3. Cursed by the gods 4. No daughter to rule 5. For in those days 6. No more did men hold spear 7. Nor hunt on MU 8. Upon penalty of death 9. The first born of the Queen 10. ARU the strong 11. Is favoured a while 12. To learn the way of the ancients 13. The priests of the cuilleain 14. SETU, The second born 15. displeases the Queen 16. But SETU is crafty in feminine strength 17. And survives the wrath 18. of the warrior Queen.

50. 1. Of one great in age and knowledge of men 2. Was the Queen MA-EVE (MAB) 3. Who ruled the land 4. Four hundred cycles of the AUN (Shining One)

52. 1. The Queen did summons the Head Priest

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2. To divine upon what curse 3. She had no female child? 4. The priest consult the sacred grove 5. Had A vision of some clarity 6. He returned And did say to the great Queen 7. If she be a goddess 8. Then she must find a worthy mate 9. In the ways of the Brids 10. A king of great note. 54. 18. Of the greatest kings 19. of the ancient tribes of man 20. Five kings captured 21. Rivers of blood 22. For a Queen's desire

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1. Upon their return the Queen did consort 2. With each hostage King 3. The first was from the land of the Sahar 4. Fertile plains of vast wealth and plenty 5. But no seed did fall 6. within three cycles of YAH (the Gleaming One). 7. The second (King) was from the land of Amratians 8. But no seed did fall 9. within the three cycle of YAH. 10. The Third (King) was from the land of Uruk 11. Again with no seed did fall the Queen. 12. The fourth (King) was from the land of the bull mountains 13. And with seed she took hold 14. But could not keep. 15. The Queen did summons the head priest 16. Consult the gods as to why 17. She did honor their pledge 18. And find men worthy 19. But no Queen heir 20. Did she bear 21. The Priest, wary his word might be his doom 22. Did remind the Queen

53. 1. But crafty Mab did have a plan 2. To trick the gods 3. And not leave the throne 4. She commanded 5. her Most fearsome female warrior guard 6. To travel across the sea 7. And return with hostages, 8. kings worthy 9. Of producing a warrior Queen 10. The most skilled women warriors 11. guards of the ancients 12. Did sail across to land 13. in the south and east 14. To Battle armies one hundred to one 15. No match were any man or beast 16. To these deadly sirens 17. To capture five

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23. but one King remained. 24. And so the Queen did consort with the fifth King, 25. A great King 26. from the Kingdom of Arabu (Arabia) 27. A place of rich and fertile forest and lands 28. And precious stones 29. Within two cycles of the Gleaming One 30. the Queen did proclaim herself in seed. 31. Rejoicing, she did command the Kings returned 32. By the skilled female warriors. 56. 1. The Queen then did order 2. her Women warriors 3. to find the priests of the cuilleain 4. And kill them all 13. onto the floor 14. The enraged Queen MAB 15. upon seeing his act 16. Did proclaim 17. Not upon the gods 18. But blood of men 19. I have found my Queen heir! 20. From this point 21. SETU shall be my successor.

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5. But ARU upon hearing what had transpired 6. Did rush ahead to warn them 7. When the captain of the women warriors told the Queen 8. She did curse the name of ARU 9. That from this moment 10. he shall be known as ARYO 11. Meaning stranger in his own land 12. And none shall give him aid 13. Upon death 14. She did order one thousand men 15. to be slaughtered like cattle 16. Bathing in their blood 17. And upon each year 18. a new born child

55. 1. By the ninth cycle Queen MAB 2. Did give birth 3. But not to a Queen Heir 4. But to a third son 5. In birth rage 6. she did curse all the gods 7. And seized the child 8. Tearing its limbs apart 9. and eating its flesh 10. Upon seeing his mother and Queen 11. SETU did seize the Queens sword 12. And cleave his genitals

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19. To be slaughtered 20. And eaten 21. Upon the altars of the ancient gods 22. As curse to their (the gods) treachery. 23. And in honor of ancestor MOT 24. The God of the underworld and shadows 5. Queen MAB had sent word 6. to each King 7. In each land

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8. That but one who gives aid to Aryo 9. shall be slaughtered 10. And so Aryo found no rest 11. Nor quarter 12. Battle after battle, 13. Land after land he came 14. In peace but to find only war 15. The ranks of his camp grew in number 16. Till no army, not even the great woman warriors of MAB 17. Could match their fighting skill 18. They became known as the Aryan 19. Strangers from their own lands 20. But conquerers of all

57. 1. For saving the priests 2. And honoring the Gods 3. The cuilleain did train ARYO 4. In the way of war and battle 5. in the way of wise counsel 6. And the smiths of the priests 7. Did fashion a great sword 8. Greater than any in all the ages 9. For this sword was blessed by the gods 10. And this sword was made by living gods 11. A sword for a king of kings

59. 1. Queen MAB upon hearing 2. of the campaigns of ARYO 3. did send SETU and her woman army 4. to seize him 5. She made SETU swear and oath 6. That ARYO not be harmed 7. For in her dark heart 8. A pinch of honor 9. At the bravery and blood spilled by Aryo 10. But SETU grieved at her change of heart 11. Did hatch his own plan for his brother's doom

58. 1. Upon his twentieth year 2. ARYO did leave hiding in the south of the Isle 3. With a band of priests 4. to the eastern lands

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12. He did send him a sword of Brid 13. The sword of Queens 14. That his mother was greatly ill 15. And that he had earned his birthright 16. ARYO agreed to meet SETU 17. under great cedars 18. in the land of the while cliffs 19. Upon the Eastern Gulf of the Inland Sea 20. But SETU did trick his brother 21. And did break his solemn oath to a sacred Queen 22. And did thrust a secret blade into his brother. 23. ARYO, did cleave SETU 24. With one stroke of his sword 25. That the head of SETU 26. did fly from his body and over the cliff 27. To never be found 28. But before ARYO gave up the ghost 29. To his captain ARYO did give his sword 30. And made him swear 31. To bury him at this place of his doom 32. For this was now his home 33. And Upon this place 34. To make a great city 61. 60. 35. Of knowledge and wisdom 36. For all the world 37. The captain did so swear

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38. And ARYO did name him AB-RA-MU

1. In honor of ARYO, AB-RA-MU did found a city 2. by the white rocks and the cedar forest 3. the resting place of his King 4. And did name it Ebla 5. No greater city of ancient times 6. Did wisdom shine more 7. Than the great towers of Ebla

1. Upon hearing of the death of her sons 2. The treachery of SETU 3. She did tear her clothes 4. And wail through empty rooms 5. She summonsed the head priest 6. of the cuilleain 7. and pledged he bind a high curse 8. that her son SET shall never rest 9. to be cast out, 10. forever in the underworld 11. And with the curse done 12. Queen MA-EVE (MAB) did take her own ancient sword 13. and cut open her breast. 14. Thus the last of the Great Queens

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2. AB-RA-MU did become a great king

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62. 1. Upon the death of the last Queen of ER-E (MU) 2. Some four hundred and fifty cycles of AUN (4030 BCE) 3. From the dawn of the Great Age 4. Of the Hound and Bull, 5. The holy priests did form a council 6. Eight of the finest and wisest 7. Eight of the most worthy 8. To rule the sacred Isle 9. protect law 10. respect and seek wisdom 11. The gods in balance

3. Upon founding of Ebla 4. From all the known world 5. Came trade and wealth 6. Knowledge and skill 7. The center of the world 8. But AB-RA-MU was exceedingly old 9. And had not fulfilled his final oath 10. He did make his eldest son swear 11. A pledge to the gods 12. That a great tower of learning 13. Be built in Ebla 14. that all the tribes of man 15. May speak with one tongue 16. He named his son ISH-MU-EL 17. A light of a new covenant 18. And ISH-MU-EL did honor 19. His fathers' word 20. A great tower of learning made

63. 1. To hold in check the darkness of men 2. The Holly did banish 3. All weapons of death 4. From the sacred Isle. 5. So no King, nor captain 6. No guard nor smith 7. Could hold sword nor spear 8. On most sacred soil

65. 1. Of the languages of Shem, 2. all come from but one end. 3. The city of the white rock 4. The city of Ebla 5. From Eblaite, came Akkadian, Ugaritic, Caananite 6. and the tongue of the ancients of the (H)Ibiru. 7. Then from the Ugaritic came Phoenician
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8. Then came the Caananite languages of the Amorite, 9. the Moabite, the Edomite and the Israelite. 10. Then came the language of Aramaic from the ancient herdsman, the Arameans 11. Then from Aramaic came the languages of Syriac, Geez, Safaitic, Sabaean and Hasaitic. 12. Then from the Safaitic, Sabaean, Hasaitic 13. and a return to Aramaic came Arabic. 67. 1. Yet the covenant of ISH-MU-EL 2. was not one in agreement 3. with the Council of the Holly 4. Upon the sacred Isle 5. For the elders,

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9. To Rome herself and all her childrens tongues 10. Heritage to the Cuillean once was sung. 11. In truth, you see 12. All has but one history.

6. prideful and intoxicated with power 7. Did see such wisdom 8. As reserved for worthy men 9. and the gods 10. So priests did send warning 11. such a tower of learning 12. Would tempt the gods 13. And bring our doom.

66. 1. Of all the languages of the sons of Aryo, 2. The Aryans by one name 3. But one deep well exists. 4. From the motherland of ire the first tongue 5. To the lands from which came the Gaul, 6. To the lands from which came the Anatolians, 7. Then the lands of Indus and the Brahma Brehons 8. Then the lands of the Galatians, the Persians and Greeks

68. 1. But ISH-MU-EL did not sway 2. For in his heart 3. All knowledge was for men 4. not a few chosen 5. Yet upon this time that all the tribes 6. Had heard and learnt one tongue 7. The gods of the heavens 8. Did conspire to scatter man
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23. forests and all living things to ash 24. The mighty river of KUWA(IT) 25. drained of life 26. The mighty river of KAR(UN) 27. reduced to dust 28. And all around black rock 29. From the heavens of the gods 30. Across the lands of the bull 31. All but dust 32. The Great culture of the Anatolians 33. Destroyed in one instance 34. The inland sea did burst its shore 35. The great serpent river did overflow 36. The MA-AT and Amratians scattered 37. The cities of URUK destroyed 38. Great warrior kings 39. Without a people or a city 70. 1. Not a land or a people touched 2. but for the sacred city of Ebla 3. And the sacred isle herself 4. the gods spared no fire and smoke 5. nor darkness that followed 6. For within a single cycle of the Gleaming One 7. Day was night, All was black 8. Men once who were sculptor and scribes 9. became like shadows 10. Tearing and clasping for a few crumbs 11. The gods of the underworld did roam once more

69. 1. Upon one thousand cycles of AUN(ON) (3480 BCE) 2. From the dawning of the Great Age 3. Of the Hound and young Bull 4. A new God came into the sky 5. Usurping all but the most ancient gods 6. A terrible tail did it reveal 7. The crows claw of death 8. For upon this unearthy omen 9. Came great death 10. the lands of the mighty Sahar Did shake 11. A mighty ball of fire 12. Did cleave the land known as Fezzan 13. fire, smoke and dust 14. All the forests burnt 15. From West sea to east sea 16. water turned to poison 17. land turned to sand 18. sand turned to glass 19. men and animals alike 20. turned to ash 21. Across the lands of the great Araba (Arabs) 22. Great thunderbolts and fire

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10. Making themselves a new home 71. 1. The exiles of the once great tribes of the Sahar 2. descended into the lands of the Ma-at and Amratians 3. All men were like wild beasts 4. The men of Ma-at could not compete 5. with the power of the Sahar 6. The men of the great Serpent river 7. Did move east 72. 1. The exiles of the Anatolians 2. travelled east 3. to the lands of Ebla 4. and south the great lands of cedars 74. 1. Upon the great darkness 2. Came the great forgetfulness 3. Men forgot how to be builders 4. forgot how to be farmers

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11. While the Araba settled into their new homeland 12. Which they called AK-ADIA, new lands.

5. Robbers and thieves they did become 6. No order of law 7. In their stead came merchants of doom 8. Men of trickery and fables 9. A thousand superstitions 10. arose amongst the exiles 11. Most strongly 12. that this was punishment 13. For man obtaining the wisdom of the gods 14. Untouched, the tower of Ebla 15. Was taken stone by stone 16. To rubble 17. For ignorant men 18. Feared the wrath of gods 19. Upon such wisdom 20. as knowledge and writing

73. 1. The exiles of the once great 2. and fertile lands of the Araba (Arabs) 3. Moved north and east 4. into the ancient lands of the Ubaid 5. And war ensued 6. The scattered tribes of the Uruk and Ubaid 7. did not have the fighting strength of the Araba 8. They themselves were pushed further east 9. And Took the lands of the Indus

75. 1. Some rejected the gods of the heavens 2. As the gods of the underworld 3. of ancient times arose

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4. Human sacrifice 5. The eating of human flesh abounded 6. Wherever a scribe or a teacher 7. Did survive the darkness 8. Beastly men and women 9. Did seek them out 10. Tearing and Eating their flesh 11. To appease their gods 12. Of ignorance and fear 6. To the sacred Isle 7. Into the chamber of high priests 8. To Appeal to reason 9. And kind of heart

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10. To old wizards corrupted by power 11. Bathed in priceless tribute 12. DE-DANA most senior priest 13. Did reject the young priest 14. the plea of HE-SUS 15. Not to intervene 16. with the gods quarrel with man 17. For what heaven has started 18. let no man withstand 19. A priestly plan of no account

76. 1. The Holly Ones of the Sacred Isle 2. Spared by the Gods 3. Did see such sign 4. As proof divine 5. Such wisdom Held tightly 6. To precious few 7. Their temples secure 8. By countless slaves 9. initiation chambers made 10. by willing hands 11. No need then to save 12. widow nor orphan

78. 1. DE-DANA forbid HE-SUS to speak of the world afar 2. on fear of exile and banishment as Cuilleain 3. A most grievious curse 4. And no more for four years 5. Did he speak 6. Until a night of restless sleep 7. a vision came of a serpent 8. eating itself without restraint 9. Troubled he sought counsel 10. from GAU-EL an old master smith and priest 11. who fashioned the sacred metals 12. he did tell HE-SUS of great portent 13. such vision held

77. 1. Upon the darkness 2. And return to winter 3. a single priest named HE-SUS 4. did brave the journey 5. from Ebla and the land of Levi

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14. but HE-SUS ignored and returned to study 15. Yet upon the darkened night 16. Set up on hill 17. The wind did whip a howl 18. as if to call him by name 19. And why HE-SUS did not follow 20. the call of the gods 21. But again the priest did ignore the wind 22. The gods quarrel 23. not his to contest 81.

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1. But GAU-EL upon hearing the signs 2. Did set a course 3. Within six cycles of YAH(EL) 4. The greatest artisans and smiths 5. Of the cuilleain did work 6. Until GAU-EL called for HE-SUS 7. Upon the presence of HE-SUS 8. GAU-EL did speak 9. For no more shall weapons of war 10. Be the tools of Holy men 11. But the power of word 12. No more shall shadows of the underworld 13. Rule by blood and death 14. But great monuments to the gods 15. By which man shall ever know 16. The covenant of gods 17. By what magic HE-SUS called? 18. For ignorant men have eyes 19. Whereupon GAU-EL produced eight young priests, 20. all with shaven heads in white robes 21. Upon their heads a white skullcap 22. And upon their white skullcaps 23. Each a Great cylindrical cones of gold 24. Upon which guilded all the wisdom of the Holly, 25. the most ancient of priests 26. Discerned for all time 27. Around their necks hung an ornamental cartouche

80. 1. Then upon the great day of Yule 2. HE-SUS did stand for prose 3. upon ancient temple stones under darkened sky 4. And before he could but utter a word 5. a break in the blanket exposed 6. a ray of light upon his face 7. The great council yelled in awe and fear 8. As HE-SUS did proclaim a duty 9. to take the wisdom of the holly men 10. and save the tribes of man 11. But hardened hearts these old priests 12. With such wonder they did reject 13. And called HE-SUS into exile 14. At southern shores

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28. Of the finest gold and jewels 29. On which the great gods and wheel displayed 30. And in their right hand 31. staffs of wood and gold 32. These be your sword 33. The finest artisans 34. masons and scribes of the Holly 35. No army, no king 36. shall withstand the power of divine truth. 37. With these words 38. HE-SUS did shave his head and beard 39. And did adopt the robes and cone hat of the eight 40. Thereafter the nine left the sacred Isle 41. upon their journey 82. 1. Upon hearing of what GAU-EL had done 2. The council did banish him 3. To the great hill of YAH in the sacred BOY(NE) 4. And did decree that HE-SUS 5. Henceforth shall be excommunicated 6. From his sacred homeland 7. Never to return 85. 84. 83.

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1. The first lands that HE-SUS did see 2. Were the ancient brothers of the Iberians. 3. Upon seeing the sacred Nine, 4. Their white robes 5. Their golden cone hats 6. All men embraced and cried for joy 7. For the gods as saviours had arrived 8. Not one stone, axe, or weapon 9. was held in anger 10. Prostrate in fear and awe 11. Within short time 12. Order returned 13. a small band raised 14. and three new boats

1. The second lands that the sacred Nine did see 2. Were the Islands of the Great Eastern Sea 3. The Isles of the triple goddesses Brid 4. Upon seeing the three ships 5. and the great priests 6. All men dropped their clubs 7. and bowed to the gods 8. There, great momuments to the gods were erected.

1. The third lands the sacred Nine did see 2. Were the ancient lands of the Maat. 3. Upon seeing the priests

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4. the people did prostrate (themselves) 5. And ceased war 6. Order was restored 7. In each land, in each place 8. Great monuments were made 9. To honor the gods 10. And remind man 11. Of a divine covenant

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15. The other two boats were blown out of the eastern sea 16. into the great sea 17. HE-SUS and his boat was blown 18. upon the shore of the land of the shadows 19. A land of savagery 20. The ancient lands of the exiles of MOT 21. The other boat was blown for days westward 22. Until the priests near giving up the ghost 23. Did land upon fertile shores 24. Of the crescent gulf 25. And did bring order 26. To the lands of the OLME and MAY(A).

86. 1. But not all the gods were pleased 2. while their names were honored 3. Their knowledge 4. most sacred knowledge 5. Was given unto all men 6. Upon leaving the land of the great serpent river 7. to travel east 8. DAGDA and LIR did consort 9. And a howling storm did scatter the boats 10. and blow the priests westward 11. One boat did land upon the shores of the yellow land 12. To the east of the Iberians 13. And the priests did bring the people into order 14. Travelling inland to the land of great forests

87. 1. Seeing the HE-SUS and two priests, 2. The shadows were fearful 3. But as beasts 4. their hunger overpowered their fear 5. They did not submit to the priests 6. hearding them to their most sacred place 7. The plain of SALU(M) 8. and the mountain of bones of man 9. There, muddy men of great superstitution 10. eyed upon the priests 11. The priests with their cones were pushed 12. to the centre of the ring of dirt and ageless blood 13. as a fire was lit to consume 14. But at the point which was to be their doom 15. A crack in the darkness did appear
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16. And the rays of AUN did shine upon HE-SUS 17. and the priests to his side 18. And upon striking their golden cone hats 19. did send blinding rays out to the shadows 20. Never before had these men seen such magic 21. They scattered and fell 22. submitting to a power greater than death 23. HE-SUS and the priests did establish order 24. to the land of the Britanni 25. And upon this ancient place of blood and sacrifice 26. Did commence the greatest monument 27. to the ancient gods 28. So that no human of this Isle or any other 29. Upon its gaze 30. Could be in doubt 31. Of the power of the gods 89. 3. HE-SUS never again

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4. Rested upon the land of his fathers 5. For an ancient priests word ushered 6. is a sacred bond 7. Never broken 8. so he passed 9. Some say 10. In the new land of the ancient Ubaids 11. Upon the streams of the Indus 12. Revered even as a new god to the end

Chapter 6 - 3180 BCE

1. Within thirteen hundred cycles of AUN (3180 BCE) 2. From the beginning of the Great Age 3. of the Young Bull 4. men had returned 5. to civilized ways 6. Great monuments begun 7. With HE-SUS strong 8. Stood proud throughout 9. The great lands of man 10. In the new lands of the Sahar 11. Upon the Serpent River 12. A giant monument to the man-gods 13. The Cuileann, known then as Cu 14. As the guiding ones, 15. Some mistaken For young whelp/dog 16. For the descendents of the Sahar

88. 1. But for all that HE-SUS had accomplished 2. For all that he saved

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17. Did honor the Cu as a giant Doggod 18. Known as Anubis 19. Upon the ancient plain of Giza 20. Watching over the heavens 21. Ever vigilent 22. Guarding mankind 23. From the will of the gods 91. 1. Upon the Isles 2. of the great goddesses of Brid

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3. Did flourish new villages and trade 4. Many a novice spending time 5. In the mountains of the ancient Queens 6. Even upon the Sacred Isle 7. Change had come 8. The Council redeemed 9. From the trials of HESUS 10. To bring forth knowledge 11. and wisdom To man

90. 1. As time forgot terrible afflictions 2. kingdoms formed 3. With faded memory 4. The Ubaid of the great fertile plains 5. Now of the Indus valley 6. Did raise themselves 7. Cities of light and wisdom 8. language and art 9. That rivaled Ebla. 10. Ebla herself gained in strength 11. A jewel of fine work 12. The Araba (Arabs) 13. Now of the old lands of the Ubaid 14. Who called themselves sag-giga 15. Did build many cities 16. Each to a God of their names 17. Each with a king and a priest 18. Some versed 19. in the knowledge of the ancients

92. 1. The gods of the heavens 2. Restless in intent 3. Had not yet spared 4. Fire nor dust 5. Death nor ash 6. From the realm Of man 7. For upon a night came 8. Thirteen hundred and twenty seven years 9. From the dawning of the Great Age of the Bull 10. The God Raven 11. In the night sky 12. The omen of doom 13. No brighter had been such sign

93. 1. The Holly men

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2. Had foretold this day would come 3. And did divine its Arrival 4. The Holly, adorned now with white skull caps 5. Ones who sounds out judgments 6. With a rod and robes 7. Did warn the kings of impending 8. Doom upon their land 9. To the kings of the fertile lands of the east 10. The Holly did come 11. But the kings did ignore their omen 12. To the Kings of the Indus lands 13. The Holly did come 14. And the kings did heed their woe 15. And did build great stores and 16. Pens for all manner of beast 17. To the kings of the north of the Great Inland sea 18. The Holly did come 19. But none would listen 20. To the kings of the South and the serpent river 21. The Holly spoke 22. And they did head the warnings of the gods 23. And did build mighty stores and walls 95. 94. 1. Brighter, brighter 2. The god did come 3. men of short memory 4. Did ignore it

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5. Some even spoken as a good omen 6. The men of MOT 7. Relishing chaos 8. The pleasure of gods 9. And the superior man

1. In the year, thirteen hundred and thirty years 2. From the dawning of the Great Age of the Bull 3. In the southern sky 4. Beyond the horizon 5. It was told 6. To the east of the great lands 7. Of the black people 8. Was an island kingdom 9. There the gods did cleave the land 10. Not one life 11. Not one living thing spared 12. And further still to the South and East 13. The gods did cleave 14. Great lands and islands 15. So that no living thing 16. Did remain 17. To the north, 18. The east, the west

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19. And south 20. The Earth did shake 21. Buildings did fall 22. And rivers rise 23. The seas bubbled 24. And burst the shore 13. And counsel 14. Of property and citizenry 15. Of trade and honor 98.

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1. It was to the son of King Is-rae-lu (Israel) of Ebla 2. The poets did first sing 3. King Da-ud-um (David) 4. A poet of some note 5. Upon hearing 6. the Historic cycle of poems 7. King Da-ud-um did offer 8. His greatest architect and smith 9. Ka-sha-lu (Kothar) 10. To accompany the Holly on their journey 11. The Holly agreed 12. for the name of Kothar Preceeded him 13. A man of high skill 14. Even the art of science and craft 15. Upon hearing the poem for himself 16. Kothar did declare before his end 17. Man will stand without fear 18. For he determine his destiny 19. He did then shave his skull 20. Adorning a skull cap 21. In the manner of the Holly 22. And did shave his beard 23. To a weave upon his chin.

96. 1. Then within one cycle of YAH(EL) 2. The blackness came 3. So dark it blotted all the gods 4. So thick, it choked the air 5. Crops withered and died 6. Animals gave up the ghost 7. And people returned to savages

97. 1. The power King Is-rae-lu (Israel) of Ebla 2. A poet of skill 3. Had pleaded upon the signs 4. That the Holly help all races 5. Though he passed before the time 6. His words were not forgotten 7. For fifty cycles of Aun 8. The finest poets of the Cuileann 9. did devise 10. A great song of wisdom 11. The law of laws 12. Of wise kings

99. 1. The Holly did depart to the lands


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2. To the Kings of the Indus 3. Whereupon they did proclaim 4. Here is abundance greater than gold 5. The wheel of Kothar 6. of brick and craft 7. And to the poems of the law 8. For we shall built a mighty civilization 9. Upon these pillars 10. And the Holly shall be known 11. as The Bra(h)mn 12. The Ones who sound out (Bra) 13. Carrying the stick of the divine (man). 14. And Kothar himself they did honor 15. As a god amongst the Bra(h)mn 16. They named him Krishna 17. Which means savior of mankind. 101. 8. And the gifts of Kothar (Krishna)

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9. a civilization greater than all before.

1. In the year, thirteen hundred and forty cycles of AUN 2. From the dawning of the Great Age of the Bull 3. And ten cycles after the great Darkness had begun 4. to the new lands of the Sahar 5. And the serpent river 6. Did Kothar (Krishna) come 7. Upon hearing the poems of law 8. And the wonders of science of Kothar 9. exiles of Sahar did rejoice 10. And proclaimed 11. Kothar, living god 12. Your name shall become 13. KA-MAT (NAR-MAR) the MAN-ES (Great man) 14. The God who unified the lands 15. and heals the river 16. here we shall build with your wisdom 17. the greatest culture of all of mankind

100. 1. To the lands of umeru they did travel 2. And their new name as the Bra(h)mn 3. Did preceed them 4. There, the kings and people 5. Who had survived the great floods 6. Did rejoice and proclaimed 7. That they would take the wisdom of the Bra(h)mn

102. 1. Kothar did stay a while in these lands 2. Of the Aegyptus (Egyptians) 3. So when he did the time to depart 4. All the nation were in morning 5. For their living god 6. Who united them Was departing
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7. Kothar promised within ten cycles of AUN 8. He would return 9. Then did he depart to an ancient isle of the goddesses Brid 10. Upon arriving on the ancient Isle of Brid 11. His fame had preceeded him 12. Overjoyed, the people did proclaim 13. Him HE-SUS returned 14. Upon this day our land is yours 15. We shall name our Isle Kaftor 16. Which was their way of his name 17. An Isle we know today as Krt 105.

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2. To his second new home Aegyptus 3. And upon the serpent river 4. Did architect a mighty capital 5. In honor of the father of all things 6. PE-TAH (PETER/PTAH) 7. HAT-KA-PETAH 8. home of the ka (soul) of Ptah 9. known as Memphis.

Chapter 7 - 2700 BCE

1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. At one thousand, seven hundred and eighty cycles of AUN 3. Past the dawn of the Great Age (2700 BCE), 4. Great prosperity had been made 5. Civilizations of all name 6. Honoring man and the gods 7. The umeru excelled in the building of cities 8. In the education of men 9. The good government of life 10. The people of the Indus (Harappa) 11. Excelled in the crafts 12. Of intricate design 13. The people of Ebla 14. In the crafting of wood and smith of metal 15. The Aegyptus in the carving of stone. 16. The songs (poems) of Kothar 17. Were sung in all the great halls

103. 1. Kothar did agree to stay 2. And upon reflecting upon 3. The same lands as the triple goddesses 4. Did declare that all men 5. Do die and be reborn 6. That a life honoring Bra(h)mn Law 7. The most ancient Holly Ones 8. A man might be immortal 9. That all men have but one father 10. He called PE-TAH (PETER)

104. 1. With his vision he did return

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15. Proclaiming that they shall prepare 16. The greatest of all songs 17. To help bring order 18. That such a poem 19. Would be prepared 20. Within ten cycles of YAH (the Gleaming One). 108. 1. Djoser did tear his clothes 2. For such delay 3. And more prose 4. Would not feed the bellies 5. Of his hungry land 6. He did depart the sacred isle 7. Vowing never to regard 8. Such men as gods again

106. 1. But upon the season of the rain gods 2. Dagan (god of rain/fertility) did not come 3. The peoples of the river valleys did grow thirsty 4. The crops began to wither 5. The kings of man did consult 6. The Most high Bra(h)mn of the sacred isle.

107. 1. The King of the Aegyptus 2. Named Pharaoh Khasekhemwy 3. Did send his young son Djoser 4. To ERI(U), To plead with the head of the Holly 5. DON, the most senior of the Cuileann 6. Did first welcome the young prince 7. For the priests Aegyptus had spoken 8. Of the bright young prince 9. But Djoser did protest 10. Not to learn had he come 11. But to save his people 12. The high priests of the council 13. Did consult for five days 14. And then returned

109. 1. Yet even a curse 2. Of good conscience 3. Does not pass unheard 4. by the gods 5. And upon his return journey 6. LIR did pound his boat 7. With fierce aggression 8. Till it broke in two 9. Upon the rocks Of the Latins coast 10. In the tempest 11. But two did live 12. The young prince Was saved by C 13. The tillerman Of the sacred boat

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110. 1. The old king 2. Of the Aegyptus 3. Upon hearing the news 4. From the other boats 5. Did give up the ghost 6. Believing his son doomed 7. Without an heir 8. It was Nimaethap 9. The wife of the King 10. And mother of the prince 11. Who ruled in his stead 12. Not first without fighting a brief rebellion 13. The second wife and sons scratched out 14. from the book of life. 112.

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1. The Latins did bind and take them 2. to their Camp 3. and prepared to cleave them 4. as was their custom 5. Whereupon C did speak in their tongue 6. He did call them not to end them 7. But that they might serve as slaves 8. The Latins amazed this man could speak 9. Called if he might be a holy priest 10. For sweet the flesh of doomed poets 11. C did reply that he was no priest 12. But a mere slave of priests 13. Who happened to gain their favour 14. By serving them 15. Upon the sincerity of C 16. The Latins did bind them 17. And made them slaves

111. 1. Upon their shipwreck 2. C implored the young prince 3. To remove his princely clothes 4. And dress in rags 5. In those days The Latins 6. Knew no civilized ways 7. And did treat all Strangers 8. As Meat for their dogs 9. But held special feast 10. Upon the bones of kings 11. And holy men 113. 1. Away from the gaze 2. Of the uncivilized Latins 3. The young prince did ask 4. Knowing the ancient promise 5. Of the Holly since the beginning of time 6. To never utter an untruth 7. How then C knew such wisdom 8. If he indeed was not a priest? 9. C replied that he once was a novice 10. Of the Holly and destined to shine
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11. But did reject the singing of songs 12. Preferring to write using sign 13. To commit to memory the knowledge 14. The Cuilleain had rejected his ways 15. And condemned him to be a ferryman 16. Upon the seas 115.

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16. and then by boat and crew to his land Aegyptus

1. Upon Memphis, Queen Nimaethap 2. Wept for joy 3. For her son lost, had returned. 4. Within one cycle of YAH 5. Djoser was crowned Pharaoh 6. His first act was to call C to his throne 7. Whereupon Djoser did proclaim 8. I name thee IM-HATAP (Imotep) 9. Meaning the one who comes in peace 10. I shall make Chancellor of all Lower Egypt, 11. First after the King 12. Administrator of the Great Palace 13. Hereditary nobleman 14. High priest 15. Builder, Chief Carpenter, 16. Chief Sculptor and Maker of Vessels in Chief 17. To save our kingdom 18. You shall first make a language 19. That all men may read 20. And understand 21. That they may be literate 22. In the way 23. and knowledge of the gods

114. 1. For five years the Latins kept them bound 2. For five years C and the prince did speak 3. And C did reveal the great wisdom 4. Of the most holy and ancient 5. The greatest of law of kings 6. The finest of science and custom 7. Then upon a night of great storm 8. The Latins fearful did run from their camp 9. Seizing the moment, 10. C did find a strong young tree and rock 11. And released them from their bonds 12. At the coast 13. C and Djoser did lash a raft 14. And depart the shores of the Latins 15. first to Krt

116. 1. IM-HATAP (Imotep) rose and asked the Pharaoh 2. How can such things be done

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3. When the most sacred and ancient of high priests forbid it 4. For all knowledge then was prose 5. sung from ancient times 6. The Pharaoh did reply 7. That wisdom without purpose is nought 8. Men without culture are animals 9. No good priest may ransom his King or his people 118. 1. The high priests of the sacred isle

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2. Did hear word of what IM-HATAP had done 3. They summonsed him to return 4. On his priestly oaths 5. But Pharaoh refused to release him. 6. Instead, Pharaoh Djoser sent word 7. To each and every great King 8. To meet at the sacred city of Memphis 9. Upon the question of the writing of signs (written language) 10. Such was the question of many Kings 11. That they did agree 12. An event to rival the gods of the heavens

117. 1. And so, within less than one cycle of AUN 2. IM-HATAP (Imotep) did give his king and people 3. a language for all to read and understand 4. He did use the pressed reeds of the river 5. And the inks to make sign 6. And handsome in art 7. That by carved stone and paint 8. They might be the same 9. And within two cycles of the AUN 10. The kingdom of the Aegyptus 11. Did have knowledge for fields, 12. For law and fair rights 13. For learning and for taxes 14. For trade and reason.

119. 1. For the first time 2. So grave the threat 3. To their sacred wisdom 4. The High Priests of the Cuilleain 5. The High Council of priests 6. Did leave ERI(U) 7. And to the court of Pharaoh 8. There Pharaoh erected thrones equal in stature 9. For the great council of the most ancient priests 10. And a throne equal to each King 11. Never before had such a scene come 12. The great and noble King Ebrium (Abrum) of Ebla 13. The great and noble King Emmaberagesi of Kish

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14. And even the great and noble King GILGAMESH of Uruk 15. Did all attend. 16. The King of Mari of the Amurru (Amorites) 17. Was not invited 18. On account of their wicked 19. And dark acts 20. Worse than even the most ancient MOT and MAB 121. 1. Pharaoh remained as cold a stone 2. While the words of DON 3. Did boil his blood 4. He stood up from his throne 5. And stepped down to the throng 14. Was blasphemy to the gods

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6. Attendants scattered from his path 7. Men and noble gasped in horror 8. That Pharoah may lower himself 9. In view of great kings and ancient priests 10. The wise king did let the throng subside 11. And spoke with purpose 12. Nearly twelve cycles ago of the great Gods 13. I did stand before you as a man 14. For my people starving 15. And throughout your lands 16. Fields and plough 17. And all manner of science employed 18. But in your wisdom you saw fit to offer me but song 19. Now that my people can feed themselves, 20. Can divine science and learn 21. You threaten all men Great culture 22. You threaten all men 23. That such rights are not ours

120. 1. Upon the arrival of the Holly Ones 2. DON, the most senior priest 3. did speak first 4. As was most ancient custom 5. He did remind Pharaoh 6. That all knowledge was from the gods 7. And it was the priests who represented them 8. That by the priests and the Holly ones alone 9. Did such knowledge reside 10. Only to noble men worthy should it be spoken In prose 11. And only spoken and sung, never written 12. For written signs 13. Such as Pharaoh had designed

122. 1. Upon hearing the Pharaohs speech

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2. Don did rise from his chair and did yell 3. Blapshemy! 4. You shall have no more priests 5. nor divination of the gods 6. You shall be cut off 7. And food for the wolves

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3. Smashing his sacred staff upon the floor 4. of the Pharaohs hall 5. He did cry out 6. I curse thee 7. The highest curse 8. And all men who follow thee 9. For fickle will be your wisdom 10. Shallow and without unity 11. You shall be damned to war 12. You shall be beguiled by darkness 13. And this shall be your doom

123. 1. Upon this burst 2. The Pharaoh did proclaim 3. Let it be known 4. As my word bonded 5. From this day forth 6. No priest of the Holly 7. Shall step foot in my lands 8. No song of the Bra(h)mn shall be sung 9. No gods of the ancient names be honored 10. For upon your ways 11. We shall write our own wisdom 12. We shall sing our own songs 13. We shall worship our own Gods.

125. 1. Upon hearing the High Curse uttered 2. Against humanity 3. By such a powerful and ancient priest 4. IM-HATAP did speak weeping 5. In cursing man 6. You have cursed our kind 7. Within a Great Age 8. We will be ghosts 9. No more of the history of man 10. Doomed as the unremembered.

126. 124. 1. The old priest and the High Council did cry in horror 2. DON did rend his sacred robes 1. Thus the priests departed back to ERI(U) 2. And the great kings each did commission their own writing signs 3. And each did create their own gods 4. And each did create their own songs and wisdom
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5. And true to the words of IM-HATAP 6. Before the end of the next Great Age 7. The most sacred and ancient of all priests 8. Were long forgotten.

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16. With their own temples and priests 17. Some being the men of the ancients 18. HE-SUS did become more than one god 19. Krishna to some, Hesus to others 20. Hesus Krishna to more 21. Horus to the Aegyptians 22. Zeus to the Greeks 23. Great myths and stories of their births 24. Reflecting the life of men 25. The needs of men 26. Not ancient priests of reason 27. And arrogance.

Chapter 8 - 2680 BCE


127. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. From one thousand, eight hundred years of ATUN (SUN) 3. And the years that followed (2680 BCE) 4. The Civilizations of mankind did prosper 5. Not only by the grace of the gods 6. But their written wisdom 7. Since the rebellion 8. against the ancient priests of the gods 9. Men had mastered the field 10. Masons had mastered stonework 11. Judges did exact fair rule of law 12. Artisans did make all kinds of wonders 13. And scribes did record all manner of science 14. Story and sacred observence. 15. New gods created

128. 1. In the land of the Aegyptus 2. Under the rule of Pharaoh Djoser 3. And the wisdom of blessed Imhotep (IM-HATAP) 4. New gods and temples adorned 5. The greatest of the new gods 6. Was Ra, the sun 7. And Imhotep as High Priest 8. did Preside at a city built for the new god 9. At Heliopolis. 10. Never before 11. In the mysteries of man 12. Had the Sun risen above the Moon 13. For all civilizations 14. By the ancient priests 15. Had respected the Moon above all other Gods.

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16. Now event the lands of Ebla did make EL then sun 17. While YAH and YAHWEH remained the moon 12. Not caves of stone

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13. Like the most sacred valley of the Boyne 14. But tributes to the genius of men 15. And the gods they made

129. 1. Imhotep did make a calendar 2. In honor of Ra, the sun God 3. 365 days, with the beginning in the Summer 4. Not the winter of the ancient Holly Ones 5. Thus Aegyptus did make themselves 6. Their own gods 7. And men as gods 8. And so hope for all men

131. 1. So precise these ancient caves 2. For the living initiates of Ra 3. So massive of scale and perfection 4. They were wonders from the day 5. Imhotep and Djoser did conceive them 6. Their gleaming surfaces so finely finished 7. No mason mark 8. No imperfection, nor groove seen 9. Nor the entrance (concealed) to these wondrous temples. 10. The kings of many lands did honor 11. Imhotep and Djoser and their temples 12. Upon the Giza plain 13. So that countless of the best masons 14. Artisans, and mathematicians did come 15. For no better beacon to the age of man 16. By the hands of free men 17. By the will of educated men 18. not slaves 19. These miracle mountains stand.

130. 1. Yet Pharaoh Djoser 2. And his most wise and blessed priest Imhotep 3. Did one more mighty act 4. To shame the ancient priests 5. Of their folly 6. And their High Curse 7. For they commissioned 8. For the new priests of Ra 9. The greatest initiation chambers 10. The world has ever seen 11. Or will ever see

132. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull,

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2. At two thousand one hundred and thirty cycles of ATUN (SUN) 3. Past the dawn of the Great Age (2340 BCE), 4. The Cuilleain had been abandoned 5. Their singing poems rejected 6. by the greatest civilizations 7. Only sung in the nearby lands 8. In the land of the Britanni, 9. The lands of Espain 10. And the sacred Isle itself. 11. All but one civilization had kept relations 12. The Great kings of Ebla 13. Did show due respect 14. And all gold and ready made bronze 15. from the earth of the Isle of the gods 16. Did come to Ebla first and no other 17. But for all others, 18. Nothing but contempt 19. For ancient prose and priests. 134. 6. The ones immersed 7. In knowledge (VID/VEDA) 8. A title while respect 9. Was no more a god 10. Nor indeed a Holly (holy) man 11. But a wise man. 12. A mortal man.

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1. Yet upon these times did come hardship 2. To the lands of the Akkad 3. the lands of the Aegyptus 4. and the lands of the Amurru (Amorites) 5. even the fresh gods Did not help men 6. When famine came to their lands 7. So it was for the Northern cities of the Akkadians 8. Their storehouses empty 9. The well dry 10. Treaties did not stand 11. King Iblul-Il, King of Mari and dark priest 12. of a city of human sacrifice and darkness 13. Did seize this moment as a sign 14. That their daemon gods had returned

133. 1. No more were the ancient priests revered as most high 2. Bra(h)mn called no more 3. Instead upon the curse of DON 4. A new title they had become 5. The DRU(V)ID 15. He did send his greatest commander 16. Whose name was Enna-Dagan 17. On account of the daemon god worshipped 18. To attack Ebla unprepared 19. With great haste Enna-Dagan did move 20. Until his army was at the walls of Ebla
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21. But bringing no supplies for seige 22. And on account of the destruction of the land 23. The men of Enna-Dagan 24. did fall from thirst and hunger 136. 1. But King Ibbi was a crafty King 2. And had a plan 3. As the Akkadians approached 4. He did send his best scribes 5. and most valued scrolls 135. 1. But Iblul-Il was a crafty King 2. And had a plan 3. He did order his empty stores and empty yards to be burned 4. He then did send word to Sargon the Great 5. the most powerful leader of the Akkadians 6. That in such troubled times 7. King Ibbi did deliberately attack 8. and try to burn down his capital 9. The wicked city of Mari 10. Upon this news, 11. Sargon did pitch a rage 12. the might of the Akkadians did rally 13. upon the walls of the great city of Ebla 14. King Ibbi did call for help 15. But no ally could he find 16. A city of scholars and trades 17. No match for such an army 18. to the Isle of the Druids
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6. of all the written languages of the known world 7. of stories and science 8. of trade and measure (mathematics) 9. To the coastal port 10. There he ordered ships be sailed 11. With these (written) treasures 12. From all the great civilizations 13. to the Isle of the Druids

137. 1. As Sargon the Great approached the capital 2. His army the shook the ground 3. Ibbi did offer Sargon an agreement 4. That he may have the city and its stores 5. All its temples and wealth of bronze 6. If he permit the people enough food to eat 7. And allow the city in peace. 8. Sargon upon such terms agreed. 9. He offered the king safe passage 10. And Sargon the Great did capture Ebla 11. Without blood nor fire, nor one life lost.

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138. 1. King Ibbi 2. the last true King of Ebla 3. Did then take a ship unto the shores 4. to the most sacred Isle 5. Where awaited his offering 6. To the most ancient priests. 7. The most senior of the High Council of the Druids 8. Who met King Ibbi 9. was YO-SAP (Ysp/Joseph) 10. his names meaning One who reveres learning 11. Since the times of the great curse 12. The High Council had debated 13. How might they restore 14. The ancient respects of man 15. Now upon the arrival 16. Of King Ibbi and his gift 17. The Council still debated 140.

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8. When he arrived he did find the priests 9. Discussing the contents of the scrolls 10. And the nature of stories and fables 11. Written since the great curse.

1. Ibbi did wait until the priests did cease 2. As was most ancient custom 3. Then he did proclaim 4. Most ancient and revered Bra(h)mn 5. Most Holy Cuileann 6. I am a King without a land 7. You are the most sacred priests without entry 8. To the very sacred places you founded 9. Together we are united in circumstance 10. Man now writes his own story 11. And many a King knows not whether you 12. Are true or myth 13. Too late to change the writing of men 14. But harness it to better ends 15. Let me stay a while 16. So that I may learn and respect your ways 17. that I may find wisdom to reclaim 18. my throne of Ebla

139. 1. Ibbi did not bring a single sword 2. Nor spear to the most sacred Isle 3. To do so would be to break 4. A sacred oath to the gods themselves 5. of thousands more years 6. Instead he did request an audience 7. With the High Council and YO-SAP.

141. 1. As crafty as Ibbi was 2. The priests did not entertain him 3. Without first a plan 4. YO-SAP did thank Ibbi for his gift

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5. And did agree to his request to stay 6. On three conditions 7. First, that the most sacred land of the Isle 8. Be priests who reign supreme 9. That no king nor noble may usurp 10. the will of the gods 11. Second, that the most learned scribes of Ebla 12. Did teach the Holly the writings of mankind 13. The Third, that Ibbi respect the rights of the priests 14. Upon conquering the lands once more 15. For this, YO-SAP did say all the riches 16. Of the sacred Isle 17. be at the command of Ibbi as King 144. 143. 8. The new Ebla 9. So it was the most sacred Isle 10. came to be known as Ibbi-ri 11. And the name Ibiru 12. The land of Ibbi

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1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. At two thousand two hundred and eighty cycles of ATUN 3. Past the dawn of the Great Age (2200 BCE), 4. A great calamity befell the ancient lands of the Aegyptus 5. The Akkadians 6. And as far as the Indus

1. Great balls of fire and black metal 2. from the gods of the heavens 3. without warning 4. did cleave the earth 5. Across the Eastern half 6. of the Great Inland sea 7. To the east of the River Jordan 8. all was laid to waste. 9. To the West 10. all trees were uprooted 11. The ancient and mighty forests of pines 12. turned to kindling 13. beautiful lakes turned to salt
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142. 1. So it was 2. Ibbi became the first King of the sacred isle 3. in two thousand years. 4. Near the sacred Ath Cliath Cuilleain 5. the sacred (holly) hurdled ford (of the river Lilley) 6. Ibbi did found a new home and city 7. Called Eblana

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14. A Dead Sea 15. where nothing has lived since. 16. Even the southern lands of the Akkadians and the Aegyptians 17. Did not escape the wrath of the old gods 146. 145. 1. On the other side of the world 2. The mighty culture of the Aztlan was shook 3. High in the Antis (Andes) Mountains 4. The tribe of Atl had built a city of the gods 5. The Island city of ATL-ANTIS (Atlantis) 6. The walls and city and temples were covered with gold, silver and copper. 7. And metals that sparkled like red fire. 8. The city did gain its wealth 9. sets of channels and streams of man 10. Unlike anything of ancient times 11. Upon the Lake of the Rectangle (Lake Poopo) 12. Great canals 100 ft wide and some as wide as 600 ft 13. crossed the grain plains 14. making use of the rains from Heaven in the winter 147. 1. Darkness, as before 1. Widows and children cried 2. For all the knowledge of man 3. Did not them from the violence 4. Of the most ancient of gods 5. And the great city Ebla 6. Burnt and destroyed 7. Not by man 8. But by the gods themselves.

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15. and waters that issued from the earth in summer 16. But in a single night 17. upon these times 18. the city did sink below the waters 19. a great civilization lost

2. Did envelope for three hundred years 3. While the races of men 4. Did fight and war amongst themselves 5. To survive 6. The descendents of Ibbi 7. The exiled scribes of Ebla 8. And the sacred priests 9. Form a bond of unity and knowledge 10. Unleashing the power of written wisdom 11. Of science and mathematics 12. Priests did become proficient 13. With but one purpose

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9. Ghastly rituals did they make 14. New inventions 15. For war

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10. condition of salvation from damnation 11. The sacrifice of first born child 12. eating of the flesh of children 13. making of eunuch men 14. frenzy of blood orgies 15. These dark priests made mischief

148. 1. So it was 2. An oath to the gods 3. that no weapons of war 4. may be on the most sacred soil 5. For by design 6. The priests and the scribes 7. Of the land of Ibiru 8. Did devise the most terrible 9. weapons of battle 10. Waiting for the time to strike

150. 1. Beguiling and powerful 2. the Amurru did corrupt 3. A way through the dark soul into light 4. With darkened curses 5. And symbols of malcontent 6. At first the Akkadians 7. Extending their reach 8. to the ancient lands of the Sumer 9. Their twisted gods of Ishtar/Inaana, 10. And Dagan were worshipped 11. With The moon god Sin 12. And the god himself called Amurru 13. Upon which the city was formed 14. The hermaphrodite god 15. And his consort Asherah (Ashtoreth) 16. Such sickness of daemon gods 17. That rule the world from the underworld 18. Had travelled as far as Egypt 19. Obsessed they had become 20. With the occult of the dark forces

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149. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Within the last quarter of the Great Age (2200-1900 BCE), 3. The darkness that swept the world 4. Carried with it new beliefs 5. Founded in the temples 6. Of the Amurru (Amorites) of Mari 7. Worshipping the gods of the underworld 8. immortality for a chosen few

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151. 1. Upon the exodus, 2. Sargon allowed the Amurru (Amorites) 3. To rule Ebla 4. Their gods and practices they did install 5. Puppet kings did rule 6. Pretending the greatness of Ebla did continue 7. Until the great destruction of the lands 8. The gods, not Naram-Sin did destroy Ebla 153. 1. Yet the Druids had not vanished 13. The memory of Ibbi and Ebla 14. Gone from the memory

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15. The most ancient priests now as myth

2. Nor had their memory for ancient grievance 3. For while the world of man turned wild 4. They did perfect such weapons of war 5. The cart had become the chariot 6. A horse drawn device light and fast 7. The spear had become the reinforced bow 8. A spear that could be thrust fast 9. The long bronze sword 10. That could cut a man in two 11. With one strike 12. But for all the weapons 13. The most fearsome was 14. Their plan 15. For the ancient Holly 16. Would no longer bow 17. To kings who claimed rights 18. From mythical gods 19. For through Ibbi they had bred 20. A race of great priest-kings 21. Messiah kings to rule the world.

152. 1. The darkness did bring great ignorance 2. savage superstitions 3. And forgetfulness to the lands 4. And constant war as prophesized 5. by the ancient High Curse 6. Did come to mankind 7. Ibiru, The land of Ibbi 8. In the time of forgetfulness 9. Had become (H)Ibiru 10. The land of the sea peoples 11. The feared strangers 12. From which the name Hebrew comes.

154. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Two thousand six hundred and fifty five years
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3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1825 BCE) 4. Upon the thaw 5. A mighty warrior king did unify 6. the Cities of the Amorites 7. His name was Shamshi-Adad I 8. And by blood and crafty ways 9. He did briefly hold the kingdom 10. of the Assyrians 11. Soon after came King Sin-muballit 12. Of Babylonia 13. He too did seek to unify his kingdom 14. As the land did return to life 15. In Egypt 16. Came Pharaoh Khutawyre Wegaf 17. Founding a new dynasty, 18. In all the lands heralded the return 19. Of strong Kings 20. And powerful armies 156. 9. MELIN agreed it be best to wait

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10. Until one King had killed another 11. But his sons 12. Eber the brave 13. And Emon the wise 14. Called for haste

1. To the chamber of the King did come 2. The powerful druidess and seer MOR-RE-GAN 3. She did warn MELIN against war 4. That to meddle now in the affairs 5. Of the tribes of men 6. Would bring no good to the sacred Isle. 7. But the King was deaf to prophecy 8. Twenty cycles of YAHWEH (the moon) 9. Did the Druids fortell 10. But Eber and Emon did 11. Refuse to hold 12. They ordered the ships to depart 13. But at the shore MOR-RE-GAN 14. Did hold her staff 15. And warn the young messiahs 16. She did cry 17. honor broken 18. Upon the sacred Isle 19. Tools of death 20. Not for souls 21. Never rest 22. Shall sword nor shield

155. 1. Such news was returned 2. By the (H)Ibiru ships of trade 3. The most trusted seafarers 4. Since most ancient times 5. The priests of the Holly did confer 6. With the Great King MELIN (MIL) 7. On most auspicious time 8. To launch the fleet built for war

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23. A curse returned (to the Isle) 24. All shall yield (be lost) 25. And so upon the prophecy 26. the mightiest fleet of ships 27. For war 28. Did leave the most sacred shores 29. of (H)Ibiru 30. Bound for the ancient lands of Ebla 31. To first regain the last lost

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3. In rage he tore his attendants To pieces 4. And did feast upon one sacrificed child 5. As were the ways 6. To daemon gods 7. Shamshi-Adad sent spies 8. To see what marvels the (H)Ibiru (Hebrews) Did possess 9. His Viziers did proclaim 10. Only defeat would Shamshi-Adad face 11. Midst the chariots of the (H)Ibiru

157. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Two thousand six hundred and ninety years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1790 BCE) 4. The ships of the (H)Ibiru did land 5. Upon the levant coast 6. No force of the Amarru could withstand 7. Such science of war 8. Within short time 9. The city Ebla 10. Returned to the (H)Ibiru. 159. 1. Eber commanded the chariot force 2. Moving south he captured the coastal Amorite cities 3. Ugarit fell, Byblos, fell 4. Dimaqa (Damascus) fell, Baalbek fell, 5. And the prize of Ye-ru-sa-lu-um (Jerusalem) 6. Of the trade routes did fall 7. But not all war to favour 8. The (H)Ibiru (Hebrews) 9. For all their science and warcraft 10. The gods of rain and storm 11. Did hold fast their chariots 12. On soft ground 13. Equal match then 14. For ferocious warriors 158. 1. Upon hearing of the fall of Ebla 2. Shamshi-Adad did curse the sky 160. 1. Emon Did take the (H)Ibiru fleet to Egypt 2. Unto the great delta of the Nile,
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3. The most ancient serpent river 4. There Pharaoh Sekhemre Khutawy, 5. The son of Pharaoh Khutawyre Wegaf 6. Did make a stand against Emon 7. But to no avail. 8. In forgetful curse 9. For no knowledge of history 10. Other than myth 11. Sekhemre Khutawy did curse Emon 12. And the (H)Ibiru as strangers 13. The Hyksos. 14. The land too soft for chariot 15. During rains 16. Emon did make a strong fort 17. Naming it Avaris 18. Which means 19. the place of the (H)Ibiru 20. the place of the Hebrews 21. The druids Did forbid Emon 22. To attack and destroy Memphis 23. Instead, They did hold 24. And wait for the end 25. of the season of rain 162. 4. And when the King of Babylonia 5. Sin-muballit did also pass 6. His viziers did call for war

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7. But the druids urged the Messiah King 8. For Caution 9. Better to let the sons 10. bury the father and mourn 11. For forty days 12. Than to enrage a fearsome foe. 13. Eber did heed the words of the druids 14. And before forty days Was done 15. Storms did come making the land soft For chariots 16. As the cities of the Amarru (Assyrians) 17. Were at war with each other

1. The young new King of Babylonia 2. named Hammurabi 3. was not long on the throne 4. When the kingdom of Elam 5. Did attack and destroy the Eshnunna 6. A wise king Hammurabi 7. He did make peace with Ishme-Dagan I 8. The son of Shamshi-Adad I 9. He did make peace with Elam 10. He did make peace with Ebla 11. And did learn from his enemy 12. For no more prized to the warrior 13. Was bronze from the sacred isle

161. 1. Eber did also wait for a moment to strike 2. Upon the death Shamshi-Adad I 3. The gods seemed to favour him

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163. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Two thousand seven hundred and fourteen years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1766 BCE) 4. The King of Elam/ Eshnunna and 5. Ishme-Dagan I of the Assyrians 6. Urged by Zimri-Lim King of Mari 7. Did conspire against Hammurabi 8. Zimri-Lim had grown powerful 9. as a dark priest Of the occult 10. A palace temple of obscene dimensions 11. Had he made 12. Filled with the souls 13. of sacrificed innocents 14. Zimri-Lim, the crafty King 15. Did send into the court of Eber 16. The finest beauty of all the lands 17. Whose name was Mara 18. A sorceress of great power 19. Beguiled, Eber did ignore the druids 20. And let her stay in his chamber 21. Whereupon she did poison the old king 22. But before the Messiah King 23. did give up the ghost 24. He did send word to his druid
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25. The great IPIT-AMU (Spitma) 26. To seek out the young Hammurabi 27. And build him a civilization 28. To end the reign of Mari scorcery

164. 1. So IPIT-AMU (Spitma) 2. The wise druid 3. Did travel to Babylonia 4. Unto the King Hammurabi 5. There he did speak the last wishes of Eber 6. Great and noble King (Hammurabi) 7. To your east the jackals call 8. To your west the crocodiles open their mouths 9. But all around you the hills have daggers 10. For as long as men to sacrifice men 11. Undo daemon gods of earth 12. Your kingdom shall never be secure 13. A solemn oath 14. As is our ancient custom 15. To build you then a mighty faith 16. To rid your lands of evil 17. A mighty code of law defined 18. Of science and civilization 19. Upon these words 20. IPIT-AMU (Spitma) did reveal 21. His offering of sixty chariots 22. Three thousand bronze spear tips 23. And five hundred bows

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165. 1. Upon the words of the mighty druid 2. Hammurabi did rejoice 3. He did embrace IPIT-AMU (Spitma) 4. And spoke to the assembled 5. A great day this be to Babylon 6. To all who hold true an oath 7. For I have been blessed 8. by the ancient gods themselves 9. Who see worthy to prophecy my victory 10. I shall rid all lands of wickedness 11. I shall restore the rule of law 12. And you shall be my High Priest 13. Whereupon Hammurabi did name 14. IPIT-AMU the name ZARA(T)USTRA (Zoroaster) 15. Which means from the heavens (stars) on high 167. 1. Emon, a heavy heart 7. And bring to an end 8. the sacrifice of men 9. Thereupon, on oath to the druids 10. He did siege Mari 11. And destroy it 12. Never again to wield such evil 13. The survivors did travel north

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14. To become the high priests of the Hittites.

2. Upon the news of his brothers end 3. did reach into the heart of Egypt 4. At Thebes on the bank of the Nile 5. He did found first a fort 6. And then a compound for the druids 7. He did then establish a temple in honor 8. Of the old gods 9. And the great gods of the heavens 10. Not the underworld 11. He did name it Amen-Ra 12. The hidden One 13. In honor of the great speckled serpent 14. Of the heavens (the milky way) 15. And Ra the god of the sun 16. There, he did give up the ghost Chapter 10 - 1627 BCE

166. 1. Hammurabi did honor his word 2. He did use the gifts of Ebla 3. And did defeat both The King of Elam/ Eshnunna 4. And did defeat the Assyrians 5. with bronze and weapons of science From Ebla 6. He did write a new code of law

168. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull,

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2. Two thousand eight hundred and fifty three years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1627 BCE) 4. A terrible calamity befell 5. All the civilizations of the North and Eastern shores 6. Of the Inland Sea 7. The Great mountain upon the Isle of Thera (Santorini) 8. Did erupt with such violence and fire 9. Great earthquakes is caused 10. Buildings did fall as far as Ebla 11. Great waves of water did come 12. Swamping all cities by the shore 13. Countless numbers did the sea claim 14. All the ancient cities of the Greeks 15. Were lost 16. Civilizations such as the sacred isle of Krt 17. All were lost 18. Many of the cities of the Hittites were lost 19. Then came the rocks of fire 20. And scorching ash 21. It burnt the cities 22. It turned fields and cattle into dust 170. 1. King Mursili I of the Hittites, 2. A creative king with truth 2. So that day was pitch night

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3. Blanketing everything for hundreds of miles 4. To the North as far as Hattusa 5. and Zalpa on the Black inland sea 6. To the South from Dimaqa (Damascus) 7. And even to Ye-ru-sa-lu-um (Jerusalem) 8. To the East as far as Assur 9. And even to Babylon 10. Ebla was utterly destroyed 11. The (H)Ibiru of the North 12. The sons and daughters of Eber 13. Under Shalik 14. Did travel south and then west 15. Bringing with them 16. The foundation stone of Ebla 17. The white rock of limestone 18. To seek union with the (H)Ibiru Of Egypt 19. The sons and daughters of Emon 20. Now the priest class of Thebes

3. Did abandon his people and his court 4. Like rats 5. East and then south towards the ruins of Ebla 6. To escape the doom of the gods 7. Later to claim that he And not the gods 8. Did level Ebla 9. And he did vanquish

169. 1. Then came the dust and blinding ash

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10. the descendents of Hammurabi 11. Like crows the Hittite remnants 12. Picked the empty temples of Babylonia 13. And scavenged for shelter 14. Driven out by the descendents of the Elam 15. As the Kassites from the Zagros mountains

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3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1624 BCE) 4. King Shalik of the abandoned (H)Ibiru Empire of the levant 5. Did meet his cousin 6. A-NUN, son of Emon 7. First High Priest of Amen-Ra 8. Priest-King of the (H)Ibiru (Hebrew) 9. Of the most sacred Isle 10. His name meaning 11. Son of the primordial gods of the heavens 12. For since the great calamity 13. And midst the war within Egypt 14. A-NUN had risen in power 15. greatly superstitious were the people 16. He did tell them 17. The calamity was punishment 18. From the Gods 19. for not following Ra 20. On orders sent by Nun.

171. 1. King Samsu-Ditana of Babylonia 2. Did witness the consuming darkness 3. The withering of crops 4. The looting of towns 5. The King did take his scribes 6. His artisans and masons 7. His magi druid priests 8. And did abandon his cities 9. Abandoning his temples 10. A great exodus 11. to the Valleys of the India 12. To form the great Vedic Civilization

173. 1. Upon their meeting 2. A-NUN and Shalik did embrace. 3. A-NUN did proclaim 4. Upon the mercy of our ancestors 5. The great HORUS (HE-SUS), 6. The mighty PE-TAH (PETER), 7. The blessed IM-HATAP 8. United we be 9. Upon this day I shall crown you
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172. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Two thousand eight hundred and fifty six years

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10. Pharaoh over all Egypt 11. Your name shall be AL-ATTIS 12. Which means the sole (only) Saviour of Humanity 13. and the Good Shepherd 14. And I shall be your priest 15. Shalik then did kneel 16. Upon the white limestone rock 17. The foundation stone of Ebla 18. And A-NUN did anoint him 19. AL-ATTIS 175. 1. Within Twenty years 2. The sons of the King 3. And the sons of the High Priest 16. of the real Pharaoh 17. Ahmose a mere boy 18. The Thebians a careless ruse 19. For They were always Hyksos 20. To strengthen a Dynasty 21. Without noble blood

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4. Had regained all that had been lost 174. 1. Thus the age of the Shepherd Kings 2. The HYKSOS age was born 3. For three hundred years 4. they reigned supreme 5. Such fables that do contest this truth 6. Born from malice 7. And crafty hands 8. Of the Ramesses 9. And later kings 10. The pretenders and false Pharaohs 11. Who did loot the tombs of the ancient Pharoahs 12. For their own ends 13. And blamed the most ancient and sacred blood 14. Cursing the land 15. Akhenaten was the last 176. 1. The mighty Hyksos Pharaoh KHAY-AN 2. Did prepare a throne 3. The greatest of all lands 4. Inlaid with fine detail 5. Of Green marble and gold 6. The Throne of Amen-Ra it be 7. And only those of most ancient blood 8. Had right to be seated 9. The High Priest did refine their craft 10. HO-SHUA (Joshua), son of A-NUN 11. To protect the new Pharaoh 12. And increase his power 13. did fashion an ark
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5. Science had returned to Egypt 6. Crops and land tilled with skill 7. An army undefeated

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14. And such an Ark was named 15. The Breath of Ra 16. For within the Ark did reside 17. The Living spirit of the living God 18. And no army could withstand its power 19. At the head of the army did it travel 20. For wherever the Ark of the Pharaoh Did go 21. All enemies would be vanquished 178. 1. Such was their power 2. Their science and wisdom 16. As the representative of 17. The hidden serpent

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18. The great speckled serpent (Milky Way) 19. Of the heavens

3. The Hyksos Kings were unchallenged 4. Trading with all the known powers 5. The lands of Egypt unsurpassed 6. An Empire when Egypt was at her greatest 7. Treaties with the rulers of Assyria 8. With the Mitanni (Northern Syria) 9. The Vedic lands, 10. The Hittites and Babylonians

177. 1. And the priests of Amen-Ra 2. Did fashion for each Pharaoh 3. A second standard 4. On which A likeness 5. of the most ancient Anubis (DogGod) 6. Upon the ancient plain of Giza 7. As the living protector of Egypt 8. And servant of Amen-Ra 9. And HO-SHUA (Joshua), son of ANUN 10. Did replace the wooden staff 11. Of most ancient Holly 12. And Druid 13. With a Gold encrusted staff 14. With a head in the shape of a serpent 15. In honor and power

179. 1. Under the Hyksos 2. The Holly, the druids 3. Did regain their glory 4. In all the great capitals 5. Of all the great civilizations 6. They did build their own temples 7. The first embassies 8. And upon the floor of each embassy 9. They did forge a mighty seal 10. Being the wheel of life 11. The symbol of the (H)Ibiru 12. And the sacred Isle
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13. The druids did become 14. The first ambassadors 15. Wearing astounding bright coloured cloaks 16. With all the colours of the rainbow 17. Including the colours only reserved 18. for Royalty and most sacred priests 19. No other men and women 20. Did wear such colour 21. Not even kings 22. Not even high priests of Amen-Ra 181. 1. As was custom then 2. With druids as ambassadors 3. They did rotate To a new court

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4. Upon the death of a king or Queen 5. Within one year of the Anointment 6. of Pharaoh Thutmoses IV 7. A great and mighty druid 8. Known as YO-YAH (Joseph) 9. which means lover of Yah (God) 10. Did arrive to the court of Thutmoses IV 11. His cloak and vestments 12. Of all the colours of the rainbow 13. Were particularly bright 14. A man of tall stature 15. And fine mind 16. Who has served the courts of many great kings 17. At first the priests of Thebes were fearful 18. But soon gained trust 19. As YO-YAH (Joseph) did speak 20. Of many wisdoms 21. And the stars of the heavens

180. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand and seventy nine years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1401 BCE) 4. Shepherd King of the Hyksos 5. Pharaoh Amenhotep II 6. Did give up the ghost 7. The Kingship did then fall to his son 8. Pharaoh Thutmoses IV 9. His name meaning 10. Thut, Thoth, the god of truth 11. Moses meaning son 12. So Son of truth

182. 1. In the court of Thutmoses IV 2. YO-YAH (Joseph) did meet all the royal family 3. One who was in awe 4. of his robes Of many colours 5. and his stories of the world 6. Was the young crown prince Nibmu-areya
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7. He did follow YO-YAH (Joseph) 8. And ask him questions 9. Which YO-YAH (Joseph) did reply. 10. When Nibmu-areya the young prince was four 11. His mother Mutemwiya did have YO-YAH appointed 12. Chief Tutor to the prince 13. A great and rare honor 14. YO-YAH (Joseph) did meet with the crown prince 15. Many days 16. And speak of all manner of things 17. From the time of the ancients 18. To the meaning of the heavens 185. 184.

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1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand and eighty nine years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1391 BCE) 4. Shepherd King of the Hyksos 5. Pharaoh Thutmoses IV 6. Did give up the ghost 7. The Kingship did then fall to his son 8. Nibmu-areya 9. A child of only eight years 10. When anointed Pharaoh Amenhotep III

1. As was custom YO-YAH (Joseph) 2. was to be recalled from service 3. And leave Egypt forever 4. But he called upon the High Priest of Amen-Ra 5. And request permission 6. to wed his daughter Tjuyu 7. The High Priest did agree 8. And ask to the most sacred druids 9. That YO-YAH (Joseph) Stay in court 10. But the Druids of the most sacred Isle 11. Would not be moved 12. So the priests of Amen-Ra did provide 13. YO-YAH (Joseph) with an ample estate 14. Near the town of Akhmin, 15. Where Tiye was born

183. 1. Upon his visits to Thebes 2. YO-YAH (Joseph) did come across 3. A beautiful wife of Amen-Ra 4. Named Tjuyu 5. He did fall in love with her 6. But as was custom of the druids 7. As an ambassador 8. He was forbidden to marry 9. With a foreigner 10. Even of noble birth

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186. 1. Within eight years of his regency 2. The mother of Amenhotep III 3. Named Mutemwiya ceased as stewardess 4. Amenhotep III then called for YOYAH (Joseph) 5. To return to court 6. The priests of Amen-Ra 7. urged the Pharaoh to reconsider 8. For the word of the druids 9. Of the most sacred isle 10. Since the beginning of time 11. Was stronger than stone 12. And never broken 13. But Amenhotep III Would not be moved 14. He refused to acknowledge 15. The current druid ambassador 16. And ordered him sent away 17. Again the priests did warn him 18. For a druid curse was a mighty omen 19. But Amenhotep III was even more determined 20. He did then come up with a plan 21. He announced his first Great Royal Wife 22. To be Tiye 23. the daughter of YO-YAH (Joseph)
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24. The Pharaoh did greatly anger 25. the priests of Amen-Ra 26. For the first great wife 27. during the days of the Hyksos 28. Was usually reserved for a princess 29. of the royal line of priests of Thebes 30. Not to a foreigner, 31. even if of most ancient noble blood 32. But Amenhotep III would not be moved 33. So he did wed Tiye 34. And YO-YAH (Joseph) returned to court a noble

187. 1. Within three years 2. of marriage to Tiye, 3. Amenhotep III was blessed 4. with a son 5. Which he named 6. crown prince Thutmoses 7. The Son of Truth 8. Within a further year, 9. Amenhotep III was blessed 10. with a second son 11. Which he named Naphu-rureya (Akhenaten). 12. As had he been raised 13. Amenhotep III Called upon YO-YAH (Joseph) 14. To be Chief Tutor to the two royal princes 15. A mighty and rare honor.

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188. 1. Within the 30th year of the reign (1361 BCE) 2. Of Amenhotep III 3. After the mountains of the North 4. Did erupt 5. In the lands of Ice 6. The rain did not come of Egypt 7. The sun did not shine as bright 8. The crops did wither and die 9. Throughout the empire 10. People grew weak and hungry 11. The towns became restless and angry 12. The Pharaoh did call his chief viziers 13. The chiefs of the treasury 14. the chiefs of the stores and water 15. All of whom called it a sign 16. Of the displeasure of the gods 17. They could offer no solution 18. except to pray to the gods 19. The Pharaoh did send for the chief priests 20. of the Temple of Thebes 21. of the Temples of Memphis 22. and most ancient Heliopolis 23. All of whom called it a sign 24. Of the displeasure of the gods 25. The Pharaoh dismissed them all 189. 1. But Pharaoh trusted YO-YAH 2. More than any of them 3. In his court he declared 26. He then sent for his old tutor

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27. His second father YO-YAH (Joseph) 28. YO-YAH told him 29. that it be but a season of the heavens 30. that no god did cause such action 31. but one god, the lord of all gods- Aten 32. To feed the hungry 33. and save the empire 34. The Pharaoh must re-organize the treasury 35. And the grains 36. Ridding them of ancient superstitions 37. That stops work 38. And devote better effort 39. to the use of water and channels 40. To expand good land, not reduce it. 41. The Viziers of the Treasury and the Grainery 42. Upon hearing these words 43. Cursed such blasphemy against the gods 44. Who guided every decision 45. and every act of every day 46. To expand land in time of famine 47. they called utter madness

4. I appoint you(YO-YAH) my one and only official 5. To you I bestow the greatest of titles 6. You shall hold the ring of Upper Egypt

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7. You shall manage the grainery 8. You shall be my Treasurer 9. You shall be my highest vizier 10. And upon these words 11. YO-YAH did set about ridding 12. The minor gods that ruled 13. every decision of every day 14. He did change the waters 15. and increase fertile land 16. And Egypt was abundant with food 17. While the whole region was in famine 18. Such was the greatness of his work 19. That great numbers of refugees 20. From all parts of the world 21. Did flood into Egypt 22. And YO-YAH did set about tasking them 23. With great public works 191. 10. The Pharoah 11. Did praise him 12. And reward him great title

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13. And YO-YAH did apply himself 14. Even harder 15. So that every field was named 16. Ever road measured 17. Every store accounted 18. Every person fed

1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand one hundred and twenty four years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1356 BCE) 4. YO-YAH (Joseph) did suddenly give up the ghost 5. A great mourning befell all of Egypt 6. All the Empire 7. even neighbouring Empires 8. Did send princes and Kings to mourn 9. The death of YO-YAH (Joseph) 10. The kingdom saved 11. Amenhotep III had lost his father 12. His teacher 13. His friend 14. His sons did leave the royal court 15. Thutmoses to Memphis 16. Akhenaten to Thebes 17. Amenhotep III shut his court 18. He refused visits 19. His kingdom saved
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190. 1. Day and night 2. YO-YAH did toil 3. without rest 4. For his adopted land 5. Confidant of the King 6. Day and night 7. YO-YAH did plan and direct 8. without rest 9. The Wise One

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20. He became recluse 21. No doctor did he see 22. Though Sickness wracked his body 23. And within 3 cycles of the sun 24. Of the death of YO-YAH 25. The Pharaoh gave up the ghost. 15. and the wisdom of YO-YAH

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16. in the nature of the Aten (universal God) 17. In the great hall of Memphis 18. The High Priest AY(E) called upon Thutmoses 19. To leave the priests 20. And his study 21. And take up his role as Pharaoh 22. To oversee the funerary procession of 23. His father 24. As new pharaoh 25. According to custom

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192. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull 2. Three thousand one hundred and twenty seven years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1353 BCE) 4. Upon the death of Pharaoh Amenhotep III 5. The High Priest AY(E) of Amen-Ra did come to Memphis 6. To collect Thutmoses to prepare him 7. and anoint him new pharaoh 8. Since the death of his grandfather 9. YO-YAH (Joseph), Thutmoses had dedicated himself 10. To being a great priest 11. To study and learn 12. the ancient stories of the druids 13. To learn and understand 14. the wisdom of the ancients

193. 1. But Thutmoses would not be moved 2. In the presence of his mother Queen Tiye 3. He did present to the High Priest 4. The former coloured robed of YO-YAH 5. For which he was refused to wear 6. On account of his excommunication 7. By the druids 8. He did proclaim 9. I have no rest in my loins 10. So long as a great hero of Egypt 11. May not rest 12. High Priest AY(E) did tell him 13. That as Pharaoh 14. He would be ruler over a great empire 15. A god to his people 16. And that he could build great temples 17. in honor of YO-YAH

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18. Thutmoses did reply 19. That his father had fought long and hard 20. To clear the name of YO-YAH 21. But the most ancient druids had refused 22. Even upon the edicts of a Pharaoh 23. There is but one thing 24. The stubborn ancient druids (holly) 25. Revere more than power 26. Is knowledge 27. He did then proclaim his abdication 28. as crown prince 29. that he would travel 30. to the most sacred Isle of (H)Ibiru 31. Of his ancestors 32. Carrying with him the greatest scrolls 33. Of Science and mathematics and culture 34. Upon his sons declaration 35. Queen Tiya did speak 36. My sons heart is true 37. I shall accompany him to the island 38. Of my father 39. To implore the druids 40. For the mercy of the soul 41. Of my father 42. As a Queen 194. 1. Soon after

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2. Queen Tiye and her son Thutmoses 3. Did travel to the sacred Isle 4. Carrying the greatest scrolls of mathematics 5. of wisdom and culture to the druids 6. With the robes of YO-YAH 7. For his redemption 8. In the eyes 9. Of stubborn druids 10. And while the outcome 11. Of such a journey is lost 12. What is known is Tiya and Thutmoses did remain 13. That Thutmoses did marry 14. And the wisdom of scrolls they carried 15. Did impress the druids 16. For the name YOYAH as YOSEF 17. Known as Joseph 18. Became a revered name 19. Reserved only for the greatest druids 195. 1. With the rejection by Thutmoses 2. AY(E) the High Priest 3. did return to Thebes 4. Where Naphu-rureya (Akhenaten) was studying 5. Upon his arrival AY(E) 6. Did tell Naphu-rureya 7. that upon the abdication of his brother 8. In the presence of a noble and priestly court 9. Naphu-rureya (Akhenaten) would now be pharaoh
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197. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull 2. Three thousand one hundred and twenty seven years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1353 BCE) 4. Naphu-rureya at age of 25 5. Was anointed Pharaoh Amenhotep IV 6. Which means Amen is satisfied 7. At the suggestion of the priests 8. That had tutored him 9. And the place that had been his home 10. For some years 11. Amenhotep Was first to make Thebes 12. his new Royal Capital. 13. A strange and melancholy King 14. Was Pharaoh Amenhotep IV 15. No wife by his side 16. He did immerse himself in writing 17. In wisdom and poems 6. As was custom

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7. But after one year no heir was conceived 8. To an older King 9. As Pharaoh Amenhotep IV 10. had not consummated their marriage 11. Fearing the end of an age 12. Two royal lines 13. One of King-Pharaohs 14. The other of King-Priests 15. The priests of Amen 16. debated and prayed a solution 17. Some considered appointing 18. The High Priest as Pharaoh 19. For their blood did contain the same 20. Noble and sacred path 21. But older and wiser priests 22. Considered such action may cause 23. Rebellion and an end to all the Hyksos blood 24. Others considered appointing A puppet 25. or A strong warrior 26. Capable of defending the empire 27. But loyal to the priests 28. Then AY(E) struck upon an idea 29. They would search the known world 30. nd alliance to find the most beautiful princess 31. In all the lands 32. Strong and faithful, she would give the Pharaoh 33. Strong heirs 34. And the melancholy of the line 35. Would be overcome

198. 1. AY(E) The High Priest of Amen-Ra 2. Did arrange for him a wife 3. Called Kiya 4. The daughter of a Thebian Priest 5. And wife of Amen-Ra

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199. 1. The priests did come across but one princess 2. Her name was Tadukhipa (TaduHepa) 3. The daughter of Tushratta 4. The king of Mitanni. 5. It was said that so beautiful she be 6. That men were spelled 7. And would willingly die 8. Just for her to look upon them 9. So strong that she would 10. Ably dispatch the best warrior 11. So wise she did 12. Correct the priests of Mitanni 13. The High Priests did make an agreement 14. With King Tushratta 15. And brought Tadukhipa 16. To the court of Amenhotep 17. At Thebes 18. Where The Pharaoh spent his days 19. Writing wisdom and poems 20. Upon gazing the most beautiful women 21. The world had ever seen 22. Her strength and wisdom 23. The Pharaoh declared 24. Upon the Universal God 25. Above all others 201. 200. 1. Within one year of marriage 26. I am blessed 27. For here is my Queen 28. Within short time 29. They were married 30. And Tadukhipa 31. Was given the royal name 32. Nefertiti

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2. The first daughter of Amenhotep IV 3. And Nefertiti was born 4. Her name was Meritaten 5. Within two years and by Year 3 6. Of the reign of Amenhotep IV 7. His second daughter was born 8. Her name was Meketaten 9. The Pharaoh was entranced 10. By his Queen 11. He did lavish upon her all manner 12. Of praise and reward 13. She in turn did learn 14. of his Knowledge and teachings 15. And revelations 16. Since the time of YO-YAH (Joseph).

1. At first, the High Priests of Amen-Ra 2. Were joyous upon their plan 3. The Pharaoh no longer a lonesome poet
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4. But a strong Pharaoh 5. supported by a beautiful Queen 6. Yet as time continued 7. no male heir did she bring 8. AY(E) grew more insistent 9. and scheming upon Nefertiti 10. Demanding she tell them of his intensions 11. At the beginning of year 4 12. The Queen did declare to Amenhotep 13. My king my husband 14. Are you not lord of all the world? 15. He did agree 16. My Lord my teacher 17. Why do you permit the usurpation 18. Of the lesser gods 19. And priests upon your reign? 19. The Pharaoh replied 20. For time and tradition honored 21. The crafty and beautiful Queen 22. Did reply 23. Which then is greater? 24. The Universal God of Aten 25. Or the superstitions of men? 26. The Pharaoh answered Aten 27. The Queen then did divulge 28. The scheming of the priests of Amen-Ra 29. Upon which the Pharaoh 202. 30. Enraged did forbid 31. the priests from his court

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32. Within several cycles of the Moon 33. He did declare a new Capital shall be made 34. Not Thebes 35. But upon fresh ground 36. free of ancient superstitions 37. He named this place Akhetaten (Armana) 38. Which means horizon of Aten (God) 39. With support of his Queen 40. Amenhotep IV did commence 41. the building of a great new capital

1. By the fifth year of the reign of Amenhotep IV 2. Queen Nefertiti did give birth 3. to their third daughter 4. Called Ankhesenpaaten 5. The Pharaoh overjoyed with his new capital 6. Did declare to his court 7. On this day I speak the truth 8. There is no god but one God 9. And I am but his humble servant 10. Aten is both mother and father 11. Ra in spirit 12. And Horus the savior 13. Are but aspects of the same supreme God 14. The trinity is but one 15. All other gods are mere plaster and dust 16. To their greatness

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17. The court of Amenhotep 18. Were aghast at these words 19. For since the earliest of days 19. The greatest of the gods 20. Was the moon 21. And all gods of nature were respected 22. The Pharaoh did then declare 23. Henceforth this day 24. I declare myself Akhenaten 25. Which means servant of Aten 26. Servant of the one God

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3. Did give birth to their fifth daughter 4. Named Neferneferure 5. In the same year, the new Capital Akhetaten (Armana) 6. Was completed. 7. It was a year of great plenty 8. With rain and good harvest 9. To celebrate his capital 10. and the birth of his daughter 11. Akhenaten did declare a holiday to Aten 12. and new laws of Aten 13. That all minor gods be banished 14. And the temples closed 15. This greatly disturbed the people 16. For they believed their gods protected them 17. So it was in the next year (1343 BCe) 18. The first of ten great plagues 19. did befall upon Egypt 20. The rain did stop. 21. The wind did stop 22. The days were hot and dry 23. The water of the Nile 24. And great lakes did turn red with Algea 25. That made the people sick. 26. Many saw this as a bad omen from the Gods

203. 1. By year six of the reign of Akhenaten (1347 BCE) 2. Queen Nefertiti 3. Did give birth to their fourth daughter 4. Named Neferneferuaten Tasherit 5. While his new capital was still being built 6. In this year 7. The Pharaoh did take his court to Armana 8. To oversee its completion

204. 1. By year nine of the reign of Akhenaten (1344 BCE) 2. Queen Nefertiti

205. 1. By year eleven of the reign of Akhenaten (1342 BCE) 2. Queen Nefertiti Did give birth
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3. to their sixth and final daughter 4. Named Setepenre 5. In the same year 6. the priests of Amen and AY(E) did conspire 7. Upon the omens 8. They called Kiya 9. Dear Queen 10. The Great Wife has taken age 11. Now is the time for duty 12. To give Egypt an heir 13. The Priests did make Kiya 14. Into the likeness perfect of Nefertiti 15. They did give her a drug 16. To place in his meal 17. The priests then did call for Nefertiti 18. Who left the court to attend 19. That night in the Pharaohs bed chamber 20. Kiya dressed as Nefertiti did enter 21. With the potion 22. she did intoxicate the Pharaoh 23. And their marriage was finally consummated 24. However upon awakening 25. The Pharaoh did discover the trickery 26. And he banished Kiya from his court 27. Back to Thebes 207. 1. By year twelve 206. 1. By the beginning of Year twelve 28. Within the year, however 29. Kiya did give birth to a boy 30. His name was Tutankahmun

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31. Fearing the powerful Queen Nefertiti 32. The Priests did keep the crown prince 33. Hidden from view 34. Queen Nefertiti enraged another did take her form 35. Ordered by her husbands seal 36. For all mention of Kiya 37. to be struck out across the Empire 38. Replaced by the likeness of her daughters.

2. of the reign of Akhenaten (1341 BCE) 3. The rains returned 4. Now with flood and heat 5. Everything was damp 6. Crops were spoiled, stores rotted 7. All manner of pest 8. did ravage the land 9. From frogs and mosquitoes 10. To abundant numbers of rats 11. The second of the great plagues

2. of the reign of Akhenaten (1340 BCE) 3. The warmth and wetness did continue 4. Now Egypt was afflicted

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5. with the rise of lice 6. That affected livestock and people 7. People scratched at their clothes 8. till their skin was red 9. Cursing the blasphemy 10. against the minor gods

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9. Where three of the daughters of Pharaoh 10. Got sick and died. 11. The Pharaoh Akhenaten was in deep melancholy 12. For he believed his destiny favoured Aten (God) 13. Now these ten plagues had ravaged the land 14. Cursing his people

208. 1. By year thirteen 2. of the reign of Akhenaten (1339 BCE) 3. The rain eased 4. And all the land and deserts were green 5. But then Egypt was afflicted 6. with the rise of locusts 7. And the sickness of animals

210. 1. By year fifteen 2. of the reign of Akhenaten (1337 BCE) 3. Egypt was in turmoil. 4. It was then that Akhenaten had a vision 5. He would take the sick people 6. out of the cities and towns 7. And restore the favour of Aten 8. and the people 9. First, not to cause riot 10. he ordered his troops 11. Under the command of Paatenemheb (Horemheb) 12. To check every city and town 13. for households with the plague 14. Then to mark their doors with a sign 15. Second, upon a single night 16. he ordered all the sick and diseased 17. To be rounded up 18. And to be taken out into the desert 19. With Pharaoh and his person guard 20. Commanded by Paatenemheb (Horemheb) 21. at the head 22. For one year
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209. 1. By year fourteen 2. of the reign of Akhenaten (1338 BCE) 3. The weather greatly cooled 4. and the rains returned 5. It was then that the great black sickness first appeared 6. Great horrible boils and blood 7. People began to die in great numbers 8. The black sickness even travelled to Armana

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23. Pharaoh and the dead and diseased 24. Did walk through the Sinai 25. For one year 26. and still many did not die from the plague 27. Yet Pharaoh himself did get sick 28. With his face contorted from the disease 29. He took to wearing a veil 30. To cover his face. 31. Upon the end of the year (1336 BCE) 32. Akhenaten did take the survivors 33. To his city of Jerusalem.

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13. Akhenaten did then implore her to return 14. And rule the Empire 15. While he would live out his days 16. as High Priest of Aten (God) 17. In the Temple he did make in Jerusalem 18. Upon the ancient marble throne 19. of Hyksos Pharaohs now in Jerusalem 20. The most sacred white (limestone) rock of Ebla 21. As his rest 22. His serpent scepter as his staff 23. His (Pharaohs ) Ark now the sacred ark 24. Of A new covenant 25. He did commission it to be encased with gold 26. With Seraphim placed on its corners.

211. 1. By year sixteen of the reign of Akhenaten (1336 BCE) 2. Queen Nefertiti did leave Egypt 3. and travel to Jerusalem 4. To see her husband and King 5. But as she entered the court 6. The Pharaoh wearing a veil 7. Did command her not to step closer 8. For fear of his face 9. There amongst the assembled 10. Akhenaten himself did declare 11. Nefertiti as Pharaoh 12. and named her Neferneferuaten (Smenkhkare)

212. 1. Pharaoh Neferneferuaten (Neferetiti) left Jerusalem 2. With Paatenemheb (Horemheb) 3. as her Commander of the Army 4. And returned to Armana 5. Where she did reign for two years 6. Upon her second year 7. She did discover the existence 8. of Crown Prince Tutankhamun 9. At which she ordered his capture 10. And the murder of Kiya 11. Kiya was killed 12. But Tutankhamun was spared 13. a mere boy of eight 14. Upon hearing the treachery
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15. of Neferneferuaten (Neferetiti) 16. The High Priests of Amen-Ra 17. Did call Paatenemheb (Horemheb) 18. Whereupon AY(E) did promise 19. That upon the dispatch 20. of the Queen Pharaoh 21. He would rule a great dynasty 22. Paatenemheb (Horemheb) did organize 23. a secret rebellion upon the Queen 24. Causing all to leave Armana 25. Abandoned by her court 26. Without power or authority 27. Neferneferuaten (Neferetiti) 28. Left again to find her husband. 29. But High Priest AY(E) 30. Did have support amongst her guard 31. And upon a lonely stretch 32. Far from sight 33. The Great Queen met her end 34. At the sword of Pa-ra-mes-su (Ramesses) 35. A trusted captain of Paatenemheb (Horemheb) 36. Without dignity 37. Or proper burial 38. A spirit that still roams to this day 214. 1. The boy Pharaoh Tutankhamun 2. Did rule for a time 3. The puppet of AY(E) 213.

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1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand one hundred and forty seven years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1333 BCE) 4. Upon the death of the powerful Queen 5. And Pharaoh Neferneferuaten (Neferetiti) 6. AY(E) did anoint the son of Kiya And Akhenaten 7. The new Pharaoh Tutankhamun 8. Shepherd King of the Hyksos 9. The boy who had never met his father 10. Nor his father known of him 11. Upon the anointing of the new Pharaoh, 12. Akhenaten Did receive word 13. of the trickery of Kiya And AY(E) 14. The death of Kiya 15. And the death of his beloved Queen 16. Akhenaten grew even more melancholy 17. And kept himself hidden in Jerusalem 18. For a time

4. The prisoner of Paatenemheb (Horemheb) 5. A court of fear 6. At the same time 7. Akhenaten ceased his royal name 8. Known then as Aharon-Moses 9. Which means Son of conception
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10. Of a new covenant 11. Also known as Zadok 12. Which means righteous 13. His fame had spread 14. A god-king now as messiah 14. Would result in civil war

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15. Whereupon AY(E) the old priest 16. appointed himself Pharaoh. 17. The forces of Akhenaten (Aharon-Moses) 18. were no match For Horemheb 19. He did route the Israelites 20. as they had become known 21. Which means unclean 22. On account of the plague 23. Later to become obsessed 24. in their own cleanliness 25. Horemheb exiled them from their adopted city of Jerusalem 26. Akhenaten (Aharon-Moses) then took his throne 27. And sacred court to Ugarit 28. Where he did expel Ammurapi III 29. And take up residence 30. As the new religion of the Israelites 31. did gather strength 32. And followers from all four corners of the world.

215. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand one hundred and fifty six years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1324 BCE) 4. When Akhenaten (Aharon-Moses) was fifty-six 5. Pa-ra-mes-su (Ramesses) 6. The trusted captain of Horemheb 7. Did arrange for the death of Pharaoh Tutankhamun 8. By way of accident 9. Upon the news of the murder of his son 10. Akhenaten (Aharon-Moses) was enraged 11. And gathered forth an army to march on Egypt 12. Horemheb then did stake his claim to AY(E) 13. Who warned him a non-HYKSOS as Pharaoh

216. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand one hundred and sixty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1320 BCE) 4. When Akhenaten (Aharon-Moses) was himself sixty 5. Pharaoh AY(E) gave up the ghost 6. And Horemheb 7. The treacherous general 8. Of three Pharaohs
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9. Did assume the throne 10. The dynasty of Sherpherd-Kings 11. Was at an end 12. Gravely ill, 13. Akhenaten (Aharon-Moses) 14. Did instruct his loyal court 15. And his remaining daughters 16. Fearing the hand of Horemheb 17. And the loyal General Pa-ra-mes-su (Ramesses) 18. Did command the most ancient sacred throne 19. Of Hyksos Kings 20. The stone of destiny, 21. The white (limestone) rock 22. The foundation stone of Ebla 23. And his most sacred Ark 24. To be taken to the most sacred Isle 25. of the (H)Ibiru 26. To present to the ancient Druids 27. That the Hyksos are no more 28. Whereupon Akhenaten 29. Known as Aaron 30. Known as Moses 31. Known as Zadok 32. Did give up the ghost 218. 3. And the stone of destiny 4. came to the sacred Isle 5. But of the Ark of Akhenaten 6. The Ark of the New Covenant 7. This is unknown 8. For some say 9. Too great a symbol 10. To the Israelites The Ark be

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11. Along with the serpent scepter of Akhenaten 12. Most prized sacred relics 13. For others, only a copy remains 14. The first and true Ark 15. Transported to the land of the Holly Chapter 12 - 1323 BCE

1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand one hundred and sixty one years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1323 BCE) 4. Was the year in which Akhenaten did expel 5. The Phoenicians and King Ammurapi III 6. From their city of Ugarit. 7. Powerful mercenaries, 8. traders and pirates 9. Had the (H)Apiru (Phoenicians) become 10. That few travelled the Inland sea 11. Without first paying a (H)Apiru 12. For safe passage.

217. 1. True to his word 2. The throne of Amen-Ra

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219. 1. Upon their expulsion by Akhenaten 2. King Ammurapi III and his Queen Tharyelli 3. sought safe harbor 4. in the sea city of Tyre. 5. But the people of Tyre 6. fearing the Egyptians 7. Did not grant them safe passage. 8. So The King and his Queen 9. Were again cast adrift. 10. Next they travelled to Knossos 11. On the Island of Crete 12. To seek safe harbor 13. But none was granted 14. For the people were strongly aligned 15. To the sacred Isle 16. Such wandering did take its toll 17. Upon the exiled King 18. They travelled further West 19. Upon the Inland Sea 20. To the Isle of Sardinia 21. Again they were denied haven 22. Whereupon the King gave up the ghost 23. Grieving the Queen did pitch her boats 24. Upon the shore of Africa 25. In the narrowest passage 26. of the Inland sea 220.

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27. She did cremate the remains of the King 28. And seven small children (burnt alive) as kindling 29. There the Queen did declare 30. By the Kings of our ancestors 31. By my dead husband 32. We shall have our revenge 33. None shall pass East or West 34. Upon this sea 35. Without being held to account 36. There she founded the city 37. of Qart-hadat (Carthage) 38. And the Queen became known as Elishat 39. And Dido to the Greeks 40. the wandering Queen.

1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand one hundred and sixty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1320 BCE) 4. When Akhenaten (Aharon-Moses) did give up the ghost 5. And Horemheb, the treacherous general 6. Took the Pharaohs throne 7. Queen Tharyelli did call upon 8. The Pharaoh to help return 9. their city and lands 10. But Horemheb for all his deed 11. Was a superstitious man 12. And upon the lack of an heir 13. Did not seek to tempt the spirits
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14. of murdered Queens 15. And deposed kings 16. By his hand. 17. So Queen Tharyelli did conquer Sardinia 18. Executing all the royalty 19. that Defied her hospitality 20. The warrior Queen did conquer 21. The south of Spain 22. Making strong forts 23. But gave up the ghost 24. Before seeing her own lands returned. 25. Soon after 26. Pharaoh Horemheb 27. Did give up the ghost 28. Without child, without heir 222. 1. The son of Queen Tharyelli

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9. To take the army into the Levant and Syria 10. And crush the religion of Akhenaten 11. The Kinahhu (Caananites) 12. And the people of Ugarit 13. Now known as the Israelites 14. To return the treasures of the Hyksos 15. So that he might be 16. A legitimate Pharaoh 17. Upon the white stone of destiny 18. His second act 19. Was to subjugate 20. The ancient Hyksos priests of Amen-Ra 21. To appoint his own dynastic High Priests

2. Whose name was King Milk-Qart (Milqart/MIL) 3. Sought and was granted an audience 4. With the old Pharaoh 5. He did pledge the Pharaoh his master fleet 6. To share the spoils 7. of all cargo seize upon the Inland sea 8. In exchange for granting them back their ancient land 9. The Pharaoh did agree 10. to grant the (H)Apriu (Phoenicians) 11. The city of Tyre 12. as replacement for Ugarit 13. But as for Ugarit 14. He stood firm

221. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand one hundred and eighty eight years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1292 BCE) 4. General Pa-ra-mes-su 5. became Pharaoh Ramesses 6. His first act 7. was to order his son Seti, 8. Now the crown prince,

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15. For it to be wiped from the earth. 20. and the ancestors of the Hyksos 21. Seti returned to Egypt 223. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand one hundred and ninety years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1290 BCE) 4. Crown Prince Seti and twenty thousand soldiers 5. Did descend upon Ugarit 6. Destroying the city 7. and scattering the inhabitants 8. Some of the priests and the fleet fled west 9. Unto the land of the Greeks 10. Where they founded a new city 11. They called Thebes 12. Others travelled inland and south 13. Above the Jordan valley to Shechem 14. But nowhere in the city 15. Did he find the treasure of Akhenaten 16. Nor the stone of destiny 17. Enraged, Seti did slaughter priest after priest 18. Until they told him of the secret journey 19. to the sacred isle of (H)Iberu 225. 224. 22. To his father

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23. Who gave up the ghost soon after the news.

1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand one hundred and ninety years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1290 BCE) 4. Seti was anointed by the new high priests of AmenRa 5. As Pharaoh Seti I 6. He did call upon King Milk-Qart (Milqart) 7. Also known as MIL 8. And proclaimed to his court 9. If the good king would send 10. his best fleet and warriors 11. To the sacred isle of (H)Iberu 12. And recover the sacred treasures of the Pharaohs 13. Then he would be granted five hundred ships 14. And enough gold to build great cities 15. through the Inland sea 16. and beyond 17. King Milk-Qart (Milqart) Did agree 18. thus began the relations 19. Between the Phoenicians 20. and the Dynasty of Ramesses

1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull,

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2. Three thousand one hundred and ninety three years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1287 BCE) 4. King Milk-Qart (Milqart) 5. Also known as MIL of the Phoenicians 6. Did land at Inver Sceni 7. in Bantry Bay 8. upon the sacred Isle and did seek 9. to take control 10. But the descendents of Tuth-Moses 11. the brother of Akhenaten 12. now Kings 13. the druids had foretold 14. this day might come 15. They had built a new fort inland 16. From Eblana (New Ebla) 17. As their capital 18. And had made the road 19. difficult from the north 20. The forces of MIL 21. Were trapped in the North 22. and could not break out 23. King MIL (Milqart) escaped To Spain 24. And then to Carthage 25. Where he called upon Seti I 26. To send more ships 227. 226. 1. The exiled fleet

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2. of the (H)Ibiru and Israelites Of Ugarit 3. Had word of the plan of Seti 4. From their haven 5. in the Southern cities 6. of Thebes in Greece And Crete 7. They did follow the second fleet 8. As it made its way to invade 9. the most sacred Isle 10. In the Sea between the sacred Isle and Britanni 11. The Egyptian and Phoenician fleet was trapped 12. Between the ships of the sacred Isle 13. And the Exiles that followed them. 14. Some escaped and joined the North 15. Others escaped south to land on Britanni 16. While much of the fleet was sunk 17. The exiles did land in the South 18. and establish A city in the South 19. Upon the river Lee

1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand two hundred and one years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1279 BCE) 4. Seti I did give up the ghost 5. It was then his son Ramesses II 6. Also known as Ramesses the Great 7. Became the next pretender to the throne 8. The word went out

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9. That Ramesses was even more determined 10. Than his father 11. To recover the treasure 12. Of the Hyksos

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23. And unite the scattered tribe Of Israel 229. 1. The fleet did leave 2. Safely avoiding the men of MIL 3. The pirates of the Inland Sea 4. And landed south of Tyre 5. Travelling then by land 6. To the Hills south of Lake of Galilee 7. And the valley of the Jordan 8. The village of Shechem 9. Where the exiles of the Israelites 10. Were scattered 11. There YAH-COB (Jacob) 12. Did present the treasures of Akhenaten 13. The most sacred ark of the covenant 14. The ark of the Pharaoh Akhenaten 15. The stone of destiny 16. The white stone of Kings 17. The pharaohs serpent scepter as his staff

228. 1. Upon word of an impending invasion 2. The High Priest of the Druids 3. Whose name was ESA-MU (Esau) 4. Did call a council 5. As to how to save 6. The sacred Isle 7. Cursed by constant war 8. All the druids did agree 9. That the treasure of Akhenaten 10. Had cursed the land 11. And for it to be safely returned 12. To the Israelites 13. ESA-MU did call upon his Brother 14. Named YAH-COB (Jacob) 15. A wise druid 16. Skilled in the history of the world 17. And the beliefs of YAH 18. And Akhenaten 19. To command a small fleet 20. Of the exiles 21. To see the safe return 22. Of the treasure

230. 1. In the Great Age of the Hound and Young Bull, 2. Three thousand two hundred and five years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1275 BCE) 4. Ramesses II upon hearing the return of the treasure 5. To the Levant 6. Did order a massive army to march north 7. And secure the treasure 8. King Muwatalli II upon hearin 9. of the intention and haste of Ramesses

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10. Did move a massive army south 11. To confront the Egyptians 12. Jacob and the Israelites hid in the mountains 13. Away from the impending battle 14. Upon reaching Kadesh 15. Ramesses did fall into a trap 16. The Hittites did almost crush his army 17. And kill the Pharaoh 18. If not for the hasty retreat of Ramessses. 19. Never again 20. did a Pharaoh raise an army so North 232. 1. For the sacred Isle 2. The treasure 3. Did not heal 231. 1. Upon returning to Egypt 2. Ramesses did take it upon himself 3. To desecrate the Sphinx 4. Changing it from Anubis to himself 5. Later blaming older Pharaohs 6. With a false inscribing 7. The High Priests of the Temple of Amen Ra 8. The Hyksos slowly regaining power 9. Did here of this supreme blasphemy 10. And the actions of Ramesses in the Levant 11. They did confront him 233. 4. The land divided 5. Inhabited by mortal enemies 6. War did rage 7. for centuries to come 8. Death and blood 9. As fortold in ancient curse 12. And warn

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13. That if he did not restore their power 14. A Great Curse would befall him and his family 15. For desecrating 16. a most sacred site 17. Upon the Giza plain 18. The Pharaoh did agree 19. And commanded the greatest temple 20. Of the ancient world 21. Be created for the Hyksos priests 22. Of Thebes

Chapter 13 - 1240 BCE

1. Upon the dawn of the Great Age of the Ram (1240 bce) 2. The dawn of a new age 3. The Phoenician tribes

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4. Of pirates and traders 5. Has greatly profited 6. From their arrangement 7. With the dynasty of Ramesses 8. Wealthy cities had they made 9. On the West side of the land 10. Of the Latins known as Neapolis 11. By the Greeks 12. Upon the Isle of Scicilia 13. And Sardinia 14. To the coast of Spain 15. All cargo and minerals 16. subject to the sons of MIL 235. 1. A tribe of Exiles of Ugarit 2. followers of Akhenaten 3. Who had settled in Africa 4. Now known as the Berbers 5. Had themselves grown strong 14. Was crowned King 15. As an old man

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6. And threatened Egypt to the West 7. While the Phoenician alliance 8. Of states threatened all 9. Trade with increasing taxes 10. And demands

234. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twenty seven years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1213 BCE) 4. Ramesses The Great 5. Did give up the ghost 6. No ancient tomb had he not plundered 7. No sacred scroll had he not altered 8. No temple had he not descecrated 9. To honor himself and his clan 10. Upon his end 11. A new Pharaoh 12. Son of Ramesses 13. Known as Merneptah 236. 1. The first pledge of Merneptah 2. was to find 3. the Israelites in Canaan 4. And return the most 5. Ancient treasures of the Hyksos 6. In honor of the Ramesses Dynasty 7. But search as he did 8. He did not find the treasure 9. Nor destroy the Israelites 10. In spite of his boast 11. Upon a Stele (monument) 12. Not wise to counsel 13. Pharaoh Merneptah 14. Did end the treaty with the Phoenicians
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15. Attacking their cities of Tyre 16. And Carthage 17. The Phoenicians in turn 18. Did starve Egypt of vital trade 239. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 237. 1. Upon the sacred Isle 2. The Phoenicians 3. Did expand their lands 4. Erecting temples for their gods 5. And sacrificing children day and night 6. By great Tophets (towers) 7. To honor Moloch, Cybele and Baal 8. They did steal scrolls and ancient wisdom 9. Selling it as trade 10. Destroying the towns 11. But the natives of the sacred Isle 12. Did keep the Phoenicians 13. From taking the whole Isle 2. Thirty seven years 8. For they greatly feared the gods 9. who Built such a shrine

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3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1203 BCE) 4. The old pharaoh Merneptah 5. Did give up the ghost 6. The battles of the old king 7. Had weakened Egypt 8. So that great rivals arose 9. Even with the High Priests of Amen-Ra 10. For twenty years 11. was great upheaval 12. Within the dynasty of Ramesses 13. While the power of the Phoenicians grew 14. Upon such time 15. So arrogant the sea people 16. Had become 17. They sought to invade Egypt herself 18. Only to be driven back 19. By Ramses III 20. The height of their influence 21. Had come to an end.

238. 1. The Phoenicians did succeed 2. In controlling the Isle of Britanni 3. From the East and the South 4. But never the West and the North 5. Erecting great numbers of shrines 6. And centres of sacrifice to their Gods 7. But never the plain of SALUM

240. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Eighty one years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1159 BCE)

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4. appeared a bright and terrible omen 5. The men of the far east 6. Did record its approach 7. The men of the Greeks 8. Did call it Phaethon 9. All war stopped upon its nearing 10. The ball of burning iron 11. Came South of East 12. Into pieces as it travelled 13. it boiled the sky above The Levant 14. And unto the land Of the Araba 15. Destroying the meadow fields 16. And their grazing lands 17. Into dust and sand 18. South and East 19. To the great sea of the Indus 20. Whereupon mighty waves 21. Came and destroyed the Vedic lands 22. By the shore 23. Salty rain did fall 24. Poisoning the crops 25. And turning the land sour 26. The Earth did shake 27. Buildings did fall 28. Cities burned across the land 29. The Earth did erupt 30. From the mounts of Hekla 31. And the land of Ice 32. To the Isles of the Nihon 242. 1. A great forgetfulness 2. came across the lands 3. Those who had survived 4. The wrath of the gods 5. Abandoned the cities 6. Scholars became mercenaries
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33. And the mounts of Fuji, Oyama and Kamiyama 34. To the Isles as the centre of the Great Sea 35. And the mounts of Kea, Taup and Pinatubo 36. The sky was filled with ash and dust 37. As every land did erupt 38. Day turned to night 39. The wind became cold 40. And winter did not cease

241. 1. The wrath of ancient gods 2. Did cease war upon the sacred Isle 3. As crops failed and ash fell 4. The Phoenicians of the North 5. Men and women 6. Struggled for safety 7. Many froze and died without food 8. Outside the walls of their forts 9. Many more offered themselves 10. As willing sacrifice 11. Only to save their children 12. All men became beasts

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7. Merchants became farmers 8. Fearful and superstitious 9. Robbers and thieves abounded 10. The once great fleet of the Phoenicians 11. At the bottom of the Inland sea 244. 243. 1. Upon the most sacred isle of the holly 2. The great forgetfulness extended 3. Across the land 4. Men abandoned old respects 5. And took up the new gods 6. Of the Phoenicians 7. In worship of sacrifice and blood 8. many of the druids did change 9. To become priests of sacrifice 10. And fear of daemon gods 11. Who punished the world 12. The celebration of Baal (Beltaine) 13. The burning of children 14. Rising supreme over the 15. Winter celebration of old times 16. Yet the sacrifices 17. And worship of daemon gods 18. The forgetfulness of druids 19. Did not halt the darkness 20. That enveloped the sacred Isle 21. For within one hundred years 22. Of the Dark Age 245. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 1. In the Great Age of the Ram,

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23. One in three had given up the ghost 24. Within two hundred years 25. Of the coming of the Dark Age 26. Two in three of all of the sacred isle 27. Had given up the ghost

2. One Hundred and sixty three years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1077 BCE) 4. Ramesses the Eleventh 5. The Last of the pretender Pharaohs 6. Gave up the Ghost 7. Pharoah Nesbanebdjed 8. Also known as Smendes was made king 9. Of lower Egypt 10. While the High Priests of Amen-Ra 11. The most ancient Hyksos blood 12. Made themselves Kings 13. Of Upper Egypt 14. Beginning with Pinedjem I

2. One Hundred and Seventy five years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (1065 BCE) 4. A group of high priests of the Israelites 5. The bloodline of Akhenaten 6. The most ancient Hyksos Kings 7. Did have an audience with Pinedjem I

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8. And were granted a site to build a sacred temple 9. Upon the Isle of Yeb (Elephantine Island) 10. the dwelling place of Khnum 11. the ram-headed god 12. who guarded and controlled 13. the waters of the Nile 14. They did build their temple 15. The most sacred ever built for the Israelites 16. To the spirit of YAHUWAH (YAHU) 17. The first and true home 18. The Temple was 20 cubits (9 m) in width 19. And 60 cubits (27m) in length 20. Being 30 cubits (14m) in height 21. From the base of the temple 22. to the roof of the Holy Place 23. The Temple was made of double walls 24. And inside those walls were three sections 25. The entrance (Vestibule), 26. The Holy Place 27. And then the Holy of Holies 28. Inside the Holy of Holies, 29. The ark of Akhenaten 246. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram,

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30. Now venerated as the Ark of the Covenant 31. Of Yahu was placed 32. Along with the treasures of Akhenaten 33. The first Temple of the Jewish people 34. The second 35. known as Solomons Temple 36. Being a copy of this first 37. And when the Ark was absent 38. from its first home 39. A mighty lantern 40. was hung in the Holy Place 41. At the centre of the Temple 42. Thus for the first time 43. in three hundred years 44. The two bloodlines of Hyksos 45. were in Egypt

2. Two Hundred and Seventy five years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (965 BCE) 4. King Jeroboam of the Israelites 5. Did capture Jerusalem 6. The Great Messiah King 7. Meaning anointed one 8. Did commission the building of a new Temple 9. For the sacred Ark 10. and treasure of Akhenaten 11. For which he did copy 12. The most sacred Temple of the Israelites

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13. Upon the Isle of Yeb (Elephantine) 14. Within four cycles of the Sun 15. He did send word 16. to the High Priests of YAHU (Yahuwah) 17. On the Isle of Yeb (Elephantine) 18. To come to Jerusalem 248.

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1. For two hundred and forty three years 2. The Messiah Kings 3. ruled Judah and Israel 4. But in a short while 5. Their devotion to YAHU (YAHUWAH) 6. Subsided in preference to the gods 7. Of the underworld 8. And the daemon gods of ancient times 9. Asherah the Queen of Heaven 10. To whom children were burned 11. To whom doves are sacred 12. Known by many names 13. Since ancient times 14. Her first being Cybele 15. Her name being Athirat 16. And Ishtar or Inaana 17. Also Aphrodite to the Greeks 18. And Venus to the Latins 19. The Mother Goddess 20. The Sacred Virgin 21. Such was the devotion 22. Of the ancient King Jeroboam 23. of the Israelites

247. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Two Hundred and Eighty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (960 BCE) 4. A great day for Israel 5. Upon the return 6. of the Ark of Akhenaten 7. The Ark of the Covenant 8. The foundation stone of Ebla, 9. The white (limestone) rock 10. The stone of destiny 11. The Scepter of Pharaoh 12. To its new home 13. The second temple 14. In Jerusalem 15. Known later 16. As the Temple of Solomon 17. By the Akkadians 18. In honor of their great king 19. ulmanu-aarid (Shalmaneser V) 20. Who conquered Jerusalem

249. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Three hundred and seventy nine years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (861 BCE 4. The High Priest of Yeb (Elephantine)

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5. Did come to the united Kingdom of Israel 6. During the third year of King Ahab 7. A Great Prophet 8. His name was Elijah 9. He did warn Ahab and his Queen Jezebel 10. Who had taken herself to be 11. a Priestess of Asherah 12. the Queen of Heaven 13. and Mother of God 14. And Ahab 15. As High Priest of Baal 16. That the murder of innocent children 17. And the worship of daemon gods 18. Be an abomination 19. Unto the universal God 20. Of YAHU (YAHUWAH) 21. Ahab would not be moved 22. For generations 23. The Messiahs 24. Had burned little children 25. drunk the blood of victims 26. And eaten their flesh 27. In High Mass 28. As was custom of their ancestors 29. From the time of Ugarit. 252. 1. King Osorkon called his cousin 2. Named King Harsiese
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250. 1. Upon such evil 2. Elijah did issue a Great Curse 3. To Ahab and his wife 4. So superstitious and fearful 5. The King and his Queen did lock themselves 6. Away for several days 7. Elijah then did take in disguise 8. The treasures of Akhenaten 9. From the second temple of Jerusalem 10. And returned them to the Isle of Yeb (Elephantine)

251. 1. When King Ahab 2. Had discovered the treasures of Akhenaten 3. Known as Moses then 4. Had been taken 5. He did torture the priests 6. Upon their location 7. In rage, he did murder 8. the priests of the temple 9. and sent word 10. to Pharaoh Osorkon 11. That the treasures of Moses 12. Had returned to Egypt 13. Protected by his cousin

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3. To make amends 4. And to divulge the truth 5. of the treasure 6. But Harsiese would not be moved 7. And Osorkon had him killed 8. Osorkon then mobilized a troop 9. Of five thousand 10. To march onto Yeb 11. But at the gates of the Temple 12. Elijah stood firm 13. holding the Serpent Pharaoh scepter 14. One man against a Pharaoh and thousands 15. Elijah called the Pharaoh to approach 16. The Pharaoh did approach 18. Elijah warned Pharaoh 19. That this ground most sacred 20. To the ancient gods of Egypt 21. And to his ancestors 22. That if but one drop of blood spilt 23. Upon its earth 24. The Pharaoh would be forever cursed 25. A fearful man of the power of the gods 26. Upon seeing the power of Elijah 27. The Pharaoh withdrew 28. Honoring the safety of Yeb 254. 1. King Hezekiah agreed 2. And Isaiah returned the treasure 3. Of Moses (Akhenaten) 4. To Jerusalem
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253. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Five hundred and fourteen years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (726 BCE) 4. The great and powerful High Priest of Yeb (Elephantine Is.) 5. Whose name was Isaiah 6. Went from Egypt 7. up to Jerusalem 8. To see the new King Hezekiah 9. High Priest Isaiah 10. Had promised the father of Hezekiah 11. Whose name was Ahaz 12. The return of the treasure 13. Of Moses (Akhenaten) 14. If he ended the ways 15. Of Cybele, Satan (Dagan) and Baal 16. But Ahaz had stood firm 17. And claimed it as right and custom 18. To worship whom he pleased 19. Now with war approaching 20. From Nubia in Egypt 21. And Assyria in Israel 22. Isaiah prayed for a strong King

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5. Just as the army of King Piye 6. Of Nubia invaded Egypt 25. And taxes of the Assyrians 26. Leaving Judah 27. An independent state of Assyria 255. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Five hundred and eighteen years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (722 BCE) 4. The Kingdom of Israel 5. Fell to the forces of ulmanu-aarid 6. King of Assyria 7. Also known as Shalmaneser 8. the real Solomon 9. He did annex the lands 10. And moved to siege Hezekiah 11. In Jerusalem 12. But the Jews 13. Having received their ancient treasure 14. And with the blessing of Isaiah 15. the High Priest Of YAHU 16. They Fought like ten men 17. And ulmanu (Solomon) 18. Could not take the city 19. The King of Assyria then died 20. And his kingdom briefly split 21. King Sargon II then did agree 22. The brave King Hezekiah 23. Would keep his crown 24. If he did honor the trade 257. 1. The Greek cities had rebuilt 2. Following the Great Darkness 3. Athens the city 4. of the Virgin Queen 5. Goddess of War 6. Now all powerful 7. Its priests written their own story 28. Under Hezekiah

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Chapter 14 - 700 BCE


256. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Five hundred and forty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (700 BCE) 4. Dawned a new age 5. Of religions, beliefs 6. And culture 7. The ancestors of the Phoenicians 8. Had moved north fifty years prior 9. To the River Tiber 10. To form a new religious centre 11. For the worship of Baal 12. Cybele and Dagan (Satan) 13. Which is the first place they called Saturnia 14. Later to be called Rome

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8. Hesiod did not care 9. For Egyptian records 10. But his own imagination 11. Writing fantastic stories 12. Of Gods and Goddesses 13. For which no record 14. ever existed. 9. Now in the South of the Isle 10. Long forgotten their heritage 11. All contact had returned 12. Not for wisdom 13. Nor for knowledge 14. But the mineral wealth 15. of the sacred Isle 16. The Thebians and the Greeks 258. 1. The Babylonians 2. Also related to the Persians 3. So as to confuse a reader 4. Were also gaining strength 5. With the return of the faith 6. Of Zoroaster 7. To consider the sacrifices 8. of the ancestors of the Phoenicians 9. the ancestors themselves 10. of the men of Mari 11. an abomination and evil 260. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Six hundred and twenty years 17. In trade for goods 18. In exchange for natural bronze 19. Tin and copper

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20. From the south-west of Britannia 21. And Hibernia

3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (620 BCE) 4. A Great and mighty High Priest of Yeb (Elephantine Is.) 5. Did come to office 6. from most sacred temple of the Jews 7. The first temple of the Covenant 8. The birthplace of Elijah 9. The birthplace of Isaiah 10. In the middle of the Nile 11. His name was Jeremiah 12. So brilliant and knowledgeable 13. A student was Jeremiah 14. That he came to office

259. 1. Yet in the land of the most sacred Isle 2. The thaw in Darkness 3. Only brought the return to war 4. To bloodshed and ignorance. 5. No single king did rule 6. Only warlords 7. The descendents of mortal enemies 8. A small remnant of the Holly

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15. At twenty five years 16. Pharaoh Psammetichus I 17. had his son tutored at Yeb 18. Whose name was Necho II 19. And the young Babylonian prince 20. Of King Nabopolassar 21. Whose name was Nebuchadrezzar 22. Had his son visit and speak with Jeremiah 23. So that his fame as a teacher 24. A priest and prophet 25. Was known throughout the ancient lands 262. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 14. And cease the worship 15. Of demonic gods 16. But Josiah stood firm

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2. Six hundred and twenty seven years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (613 BCE) 4. Necho II did travel North 5. With a great army of the Egyptians 6. And Nebuchadrezzar did travel 7. From the North-West 8. To drive a stake into the heart 9. Of The Assyrians 10. King Josiah 11. Who worshipped the same gods 12. As the Assyrians 13. Did align himself with King Ashur-etil-ilani 14. Even as their empire fell 15. But Nebuchadrezzar did succeed 16. In destroying the capital of Assyria 17. Named Nineveh 18. And the Egyptian Pharaoh 19. did Kill the King Josiah 20. As he was in retreat 21. Thus ended the reign of the Assyrians

261. 1. Yet for all the influence of Jeremiah 2. The Kings of Judah 3. Had returned to the wicked ways 4. Of their ancestors 5. In worshipping demonic gods 6. The sacrifice of children 7. The worship of doves 8. And reciting of black magic spells 9. While appearing outwardly to be pious 10. Jeremiah confronted King Josiah 11. Reminding him of the vow 12. By his forefathers 13. To Honor the faith of YAHU (YAHUWAH)

263. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Six hundred and thirty five years
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3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (605 BCE) 4. Nebuchadrezzar was crowned 5. King of Babylonia 6. And the Babylonian Empire 7. He then did call his teacher 8. Now thirty years of age 9. Unto his court 10. There Nebuchadrezzar did greet him warmly 11. As a brother and spoke to the assembled 12. Great Magi Jeremiah 13. How might we change the hearts 14. Of the men of Judah 15. Who worship demons 16. And eat the flesh and blood 17. Of their sons and daughters? 18. Must I turn Jerusalem 19. And all the land to dust 19. To rid us of this evil? 20. For Nebuchadrezzar 21. Was a pious man 22. Who believed 23. In the Book of Zoroaster 24. And the wisdom 25. Of the priests of YAHU 26. And considered 27. The demon gods of the Assyrians 28. And the Jews 29. An abomination 30. Jeremiah did reply 31. Indeed they be an abomination 32. An evil without end 33. That acts outwardly with piety 34. And holiness

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35. But in hiding do practice all manner 36. Of wickedness 37. Yet they are a people 38. Without memory 39. And without history 40. Who know not from where they came 41. Nor of the ancient covenant 42. Of YAHU 43. Jeremiah did then ask 44. Before Nebuchadrezzar destroyed the Jews 45. That he allow Jeremiah 46. To travel to see the King 47. And convince them to change 48. Nebuchadrezzar asked how might this be? 49. To which Jeremiah asked 50. For the best scribes and priests of the land 51. To work day and night 52. For I shall write a history 53. For the Jews 54. So that they might believe in the truth 55. Of YAHU 56. And cease practicing their evil ways 57. Nebuchadrezzar did agree 58. And for four years
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59. The scribes and Jeremiah worked day and night 60. To write the Books of the Jews 61. So that they might believe in YAHU 62. And end their worship of demons.

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20. I do come now with sacred scripture 21. Faithful to the covenant 22. For your priests and your court 23. To end the worship of foreign gods 24. But King Zedekiah would not be moved 25. He did tell Jeremiah 26. That if he could convince 27. his priests and his nobles 28. To change their ways 29. Then as King he would honor Jeremiah 30. Upon the challenge 31. Jeremiah sent word to King Nebuchadrezzar 32. Of his reception 33. And for two years Jeremiah 34. Spoke to every noble 35. Every prince, every princess 36. And priest 37. All but one changed their ways 38. Her name was Princess Tamar 39. known as Tea Tephi 40. Who tended to Jeremiah 41. When he was imprisoned 42. During the siege 43. To all others of the court 44. And all other priests 45. Not one did reject 46. The demon gods 47. Too attractive the wealth 48. Too pleasurable the flesh 49. Too powerful the blood and flesh rituals

264. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Six hundred and forty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (600 BCE) 4. The High Priest of Yeb 5. The mighty and wise Jeremiah 6. Did travel to Jerusalem 7. With the new sacred texts 8. And the best scribes 9. To the court of King Zedekiah 10. The King did at first welcome 11. The High Priest 12. On account of his fame 13. And influence with the Babylonians 14. But Jeremiah refused the trappings of court 15. And spoke plainly 16. Messiah, (anointed one) 17. A solemn oath did your ancestors give 18. To honor the covenant of Yahu 19. Which brought you out of the wilderness

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50. Of their ancestors 8. Zedekiah had kept Jeremiah alive

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9. That he might bargain with Nebuchadrezzar 265. 1. Upon hearing the refusal 2. of the Jews to convert 3. To the new faith of YAHU 4. King Nebuchadrezzar 5. Ordered his Generals 6. to march on Jerusalem And Judea 7. and spare no one except 8. Jeremiah, the priests and the treasure of Moses 9. For two years the army 10. Of King Nebuchadrezzar 11. lay siege to Jerusalem 12. And lay waste to the land of Judea 13. Until finally the walls of the city 14. Could no longer hold 15. and The city fell. 10. Jeremiah was brought before the Generals 11. And Zedekiah and did speak 12. Good priest Jeremiah 13. As a King is not tradition 14. I be spared? 15. As to the people 16. That is by your will 17. Jeremiah did reply 18. Good Generals 19. Men of pious heart 20. No man can I condemn 21. That has not first condemned himself 22. But for those ignorant of ways 23. No blame can be given 24. Therefore your commands be true 25. Upon hearing these words 26. the generals stayed 27. from Destroying the city of Jerusalem 266. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Six hundred and forty four years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (596 BCE) 4. Jeremiah and his scribes 5. Were freed by the troops of Nebuchadrezzar 6. they prepared to destroy the city 7. And all the inhabitants 28. and all its inhabitants 29. And sent the words of Jeremiah 30. to Nebuchadrezzar 31. Upon hearing these words 32. Nebuchadrezzar Did reply 33. that only the nobles and priests 34. And their temple were to be destroyed 35. That the city would be spared 36. But the Jews would be slaves 37. in the service Of the Empire
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38. For refusing to convert to YAHU 39. As ignorance be no excuse 23. She would stand in place 24. of the Princess 25. And Tamar would be saved 267. 1. The Babylonian troops 2. did destroy the second temple 3. Named by the Jewish Kings 4. In honor of ulmanu (Solomon) 5. Of Assyria 6. On a day become known as Tisha B'Av 7. Six hundred and forty years 8. Since the dawn of the Great Age (596 BCE) 9. The generals did execute 10. each priest and each noble 11. In front of the King 12. As punishment for his wickedness 13. But Jeremiah implored to the Generals 14. to Save Princess Tamar (Tea Tephi) 15. For she did convert 16. And had tended kindly to Jeremiah 17. But the Generals were troubled 18. For the Kings word was final 19. But Jeremiah was a Great and powerful priest 21. Whereupon the attendant to the Princess 22. Did offer a plan 270. 1. Six hundred and forty six years 269. 1. Upon his time in prison 2. And the events of Jerusalem 3. Jeremiah was sick of the land 4. He ordered the Ark 26. The Generals agreed 27. And Tamar was saved 28. By the sacrifice of her attendant

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5. be returned to the first Temple of Yeb 6. But for the remaining treasure of Akhenaten 7. And the standards 8. of the House of Judah 9. He would leave 10. With his most trusted scribe 11. Whose name was Baruch 12. Unto the most sacred Isle of the Hebrews 13. The ancient land of the Druids and Holly.

2. Since the dawn of the Great Age (594 BCE) 3. Jeremiah, Baruch and Princess Tephi 4. Did land at a place 5. Known as Carrickfergus 6. In the North of Hibernia 7. From there they did travel south

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8. To the court of King Eochaid 9. A descendent of the Holly 10. And the bloodlines of the Hyksos 11. Who had united 12. the warring tribes 13. There in the court of King Eochaid 14. Jeremiah did anoint him 15. Upon the most ancient and sacred Stone of Destiny 16. The foundation stone of Ebla 17. The white (limestone) rock 18. King of the Isle 19. And the new messiah king 20. Jeremiah did hand him 21. the standard of the House of Judah 22. That upon a sacred marriage with Princess Tephi 23. A union of the most ancient bloodlines 24. of the Holly 25. The bloodlines of Ebla 26. The Hyksos 27. And Now the House of Judah 28. His descendents would unite the world 29. And rid it of evil 30. Thus the Red Lion upon the yellow field 31. Became the standard of the court 32. Of the High King of Ireland 271. 33. Of the House of the Holly 34. And the title Ha Rama Theo

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35. Which means His Divine Highness 36. Wrongly written as Arimathea

1. Thus upon the most ancient green throne 2. Of Amen-Ra 3. which had been in Ireland 4. For centuries 5. A new bloodline of Messiah-Kings was formed 6. King Eochaid with his Queen Tephi 7. Did unite Ireland 8. under a common code of law 9. And renamed the capital to Torah 10. Now written as Tara 11. Which means Hill of Law 12. Jeremiah did build 12. A school and scriptorium 13. Upon the banks of the River Shannon 14. in the Kingdom of Meath 15. the first university of knowledge 16. of the ancient world 17. He did then spend 18. the rest of his days 19. Upon the Isle of Ireland 20. teaching and Writing his scriptures 21. And helping re-awaken the wisdom 22. Of the ancients 23. Discovering long lost treasures and scrolls

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24. With which to refine his works 7. From their forgetfulness 8. And dark rituals 272. 1. Six hundred and sixty seven years 2. Since the dawn of the Great Age (573 BCE) 3. At the great age of seventy-two 4. The High Priest Jeremiah 5. The man who saved the Jews 6. The prophet who saved 7. the House of Judah 8. Did give up the ghost 9. Upon his death 10. A great tomb was erected 11. Upon the Isle 12. Now known as Devenish 13. In the Lower Lough Erne 14. And no man was permitted 15. To set foot upon such sacred ground 274. 1. The druids did devise new poems 2. Simple and clear 3. Laws and rules for tribal warriors 9. Upon the uniting of Ireland 10. Now a fearsome band 11. of warrior tribes 12. The Holly did resolve 13. To regain power 14. No longer through other kings 15. But an Empire 16. Built not on politics 17. But culture and faith

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18. With no centre that might be crushed 19. or corrupted

4. They did re-fashion long lost weapons 5. The return of the chariot 6. Yet with new science of the road 7. A respect for knowledge 8. And the wisdom of nature 9. They did imbue 10. So warriors were poets 11. And diviners of nature 12. that they could read the signs 13. Of the enemy 14. And not waste their lives 15. Upon the errors of generals

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273. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Six hundred and eighty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (560 BCE) 4. The wisdom of Jeremiah 5. And the power of the most sacred treasures 6. Had awoken the most ancient Druids

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4. Other than those who did study 275. 1. In faith they did reveal 2. Secret wisdom 3. in the reincarnation of the soul 4. That an honorable death in battle 5. Would return a greater warrior 6. To respect the gods of nature 7. To respect a brave enemy 8. that the head of the enemy 9. bravely slain 10. Was to be revered 11. not cursed 278. 276. 1. The druids did know 2. from ancient curse 3. when a king dies 4. The family pick like crows 5. The Druids did devise 6. A culture of local belief 7. In gods and heroes 8. And tribes were preserved 9. That one King might be vanquished 10. And ten more carry forth 1. But most of all 2. The Holly did honor the word 3. To Jeremiah 4. To the end of human sacrifice 5. For no children nor people 6. Were to suffer the fates 7. Of those unfortunate 5. For such an honor 6. Thus for the first time 7. in all history 8. A druid no longer be blood 9. of the Cuilleain

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10. But one who did show honor and truth 11. For the bonding of word 12. Remained most high 13. That any oath of a Celt 14. Be honor bound 15. In this life and the next

8. To Meet the priests of the Greek Temples 9. or the Latins 10. or the Syrians or Sadducee Jews 11. A pledge honored 12. In spite of dishonorable scribes 13. from Greece and the Latins 14. Who sought to tarnish 15. Their own acts upon the Keltoi (Celts).

277. 1. Yet in priests most strict the Holly be 2. For no one may be named a druid 3. A Brehom of the law

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279. 1. Yet the Holly 2. Could not help refrain 3. From their hatred of written words 4. And their corruption of truth 5. For no uniform writing did they give 6. But the oral code 7. And the languages of conquered enemies 281.

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15. A rule in honor of ancestors of the Holly 16. From the time of Ebla

1. Next the Irish warriors and druids 2. Travelled to Britain 3. Where the philosophy 4. of Keltoi Quickly spread 5. Then to Spain 6. And to the tribes 7. Where the people embraced 8. the noble Beliefs of Keltoi 9. Then to the lands of central Europe 10. And Northern Europe 11. Where the honor and strength of Keltoi 12. Brought civilization 13. Back from the darkness 14. The Keltoi civilizations built road networks 15. Across their lands 16. And repaired ancient highways 17. Long abandoned 18. They re-built temples and cities 19. Returning skills and crafts 20. Long forgotten 21. So that within just fifty years 22. From the launch of the Keltoi Philosophy 23. It had spread as far East as Turkey 24. And as far north as the lands of ice

280. 1. The first tribes to face this new system 2. Were the Irish themselves 3. Uniting under one High King 4. Ireland was divided into five 5. The Kingdom of Ulaid (Ulster) in the north 6. The Kingdom of Ciced (Connacht) in the west 7. The Kingdom of Mumha (Munster) in the south 8. The Kingdom of Laighin (Leinster) in the east 9. All four surrounding 10. The kingdom of Mde (Meath) 11. The Kingdom of the High King 12. Of Ireland 13. That no King may rule 14. For more than seven years

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282. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Six hundred and ninety five years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (545 BCE) 4. The fame and influence 5. Of Keltoi had spread 6. So far and wide 7. That Ireland became 8. The centre of learning 9. And wisdom for the whole world 10. Only the best students 11. Were chosen to come 12. Ones like 13. Pythagorus of Samos 14. Did come to Ireland 15. Unto the school of Jeremiah 16. On the banks of the River Shannon 17. To read and learn 18. The most ancient scrolls of the Egyptians 19. And cultures 19. Upon their knowledge and secrets 20. To return and open 21. The age of the modern man 22. Where ancient knowledge was claimed 23. As ones own 24. And the culture of the self 25. Became supreme
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26. A belief system perfected 27. And worshipped by the Greeks 28. Who hated the druids 29. And their ancient heritage 30. On account of their own 31. So dedicated in years to come 32. To robbing all ancient knowledge 33. And claiming it as theirs 34. Whether it be Egyptian 35. Or Akkadian, or Babylonian 36. Or Phoenician, or Druid 37. All of it was claimed as Greek

283. 1. As the philosophy of Keltoi spread 2. And the wisest came to Ireland to study 3. And trade with Ireland increased 4. So did the wealth 5. of the Holly family 6. The High Druids 7. They did take their wealth 8. and Build the first private estates 9. Across the ancient world 10. Beginning with Ireland and Britain 11. then Spain 12. the Ha Rama Theo 13. The bloodline of the House of Judah 14. In exile.

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284. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Seven hundred and three years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (537 BCE) 4. The Persian King Cyrus the Great 5. Did commission the rebuilding 6. Of a new temple for the Jews 7. In Jerusalem 8. In which the Ark never sat 9. Which was finished twenty years later 10. During the reign 11. of Darius the Great. 13. The High Priests of Yahu

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14. Upon the Isle of Yeb (Elephantine Island) 15. Did send a mission 16. With the Ark of the Covenant 17. South to the city 18. And Kingdom of Axum 19. Where it stayed for a time 20. Returning to Yeb 21. And back to Axum 22. When the most holy of holy shrines 23. of all Judaism 24. Upon Yeb (Elephantine) 25. was destroyed 26. for the last time

285. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Seven hundred and fifteen years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (525 BCE) 4. The Persian King Cambyses II 5. Did defeat Pharaoh Psamtik III 6. Near the East mouth 7. of the River Nile 8. The Persian King 9. Upon capture of the Pharaoh 10. Had him executed 11. Declaring himself Pharaoh 12. Upon the word of the Persian victory

286. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Seven hundred and eighty one years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (459 BCE) 4. When King Artaxerxes I was lord of Judea 5. And much of the Eastern world 6. He did send his Head scribe named Ezra 7. To Jerusalem with senior priests 8. In order to establish order 9. To the faith of Judaism 10. Expanding upon the work 11. of Jeremiah and Baruch 287. 1. Four years after
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2. the arrival of Ezra 3. The new Governor of Judea 4. Appointed by the Persians 5. Whose name was Nehemiah 6. Did arrive with strict orders 7. To eliminate any person 8. Found practicing the ancient dark arts 9. For the first twelve years of his rule 10. Nehemiah did devote his time 11. As administrator and builder 12. Sparing little attention 13. to the calls of Ezra 14. But before his return to Persia 15. To report on his work 16. Ezra did speak 17. Noble Governor 18. While you have rebuilt 19. the exterior of the city 20. Its rooms remained filled 21. With wickedness and malice 22. Which will seep through 23. and crack the foundations 24. For while the priests 25. of the new temple 26. And noble families 27. pretend outward piety 28. Ezra did explain that 29. Secret sacrifices and demonic worship 30. Were being practiced 288. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 31. throughout Jerusalem 32. Nehemiah asked him 33. How then do we stop a people

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34. Who outwardly wear white robes 35. And speak like the greatest magi 36. Yet hide the darkest of hearts? 37. Ezra replied 38. Even after the Babylonians 39. Had executed all the nobles And priests 40. less than one hundred and fifty years before 41. Jews throughout the region 42. did resist 43. ending their secret evil ways

2. Seven hundred and ninety seven years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (443 BCE) 4. King Artaxerxes I did give permission 5. To Nehemiah to write a complete 6. Scripture for the Jews 7. For the task 8. he did send with him 9. Upon his return 10. the finest scholars and scribes of Persia 11. Nehemiah did then commission Ezra 12. To edit the scriptures of Jeremiah 13. And introduce reforms 14. so that All Jews might consider 15. the sacrifice of human beings
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16. as abhorrent 17. as any true Zoroastrian

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3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (425 BCE) 4. Nehemiah returned to Persia 5. To show the King the great work 6. But the King was gravely ill 7. And gave up the ghost 8. Then followed a period 9. Of great upheaval 10. Until Darius II was crowned King 11. Nehemiah was given an audience 12. With the new King 13. Where he was tasked with reciting 14. New scripture to the King 15. Before he would approve it 16. One year later 17. The King was happy with the Mikra

289. 1. For eighteen years 2. the best scribes worked day and night 3. To complete a master work 4. They edited the scriptures of Jeremiah 5. They edited the scriptures of Isaiah 6. They edited the scriptures of Ezekiel 7. Including copying large volumes 8. of Zoroastrian scripture 9. of Psalms and songs 10. and Kings that never were 11. So what was true 12. and what was false 13. ceased to be clear 14. so finely threaded the stories 15. Until their work was complete 16. The greatest single volume 17. ever conceived 18. Nehemiah did name it the Mikra 19. Which means reading 20. The Bible of the Jews

291. 1. Within the new text 2. Ezra had created an important ceremony 3. Called Passover 4. This ceremony was to be performed 5. by every Jew every year 6. Where animals, not humans are sacrificed 7. Darius sent out an order 8. To all Jewish settlements 9. throughout the Persian Empire 10. That the new texts 11. and the ceremony of Passover 12. Was to be observed.

290. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Seven hundred and eighty one years

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292. 1. Eight hundred and twenty years 2. Since the dawn of the Great Age (420BCE) 3. High Priest Yedaniah 4. Descended from Jeremiah 5. Descended from Isaiah 6. Descended from Ezekiel 7. And the most sacred of all Jewish priests 8. Were instructed to undertake 9. A new ceremony created by a Persian scribe 10. In honor of a story created 11. To stop Sadducee Jews 12. From sacrificing children 13. High Priest Yedaniah 14. Politely declined 15. But Governor Nehemiah asked again 16. And upon the second rejection 17. Nehemiah Ordered the destruction 18. Of the most sacred site in all Judaism 19. Using a garrison of Persian troops 20. Without permission of the King 21. Thereupon Nehemiah 22. Refused to answer the requests 23. Of the High Priests of Yeb 24. Unaware it was Nehemiah 293. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram,

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25. who destroyed the most sacred of all places 26. for Jews 27. For seven years they asked 28. Until King Darius of Persia 29. Finally heard what he had done 30. Nehemiah was stripped of his authority 31. And sent in exile back to Persia 32. Darius then ordered the rebuilding of Yeb 33. And a decree that no garrison 34. nor living city 35. be stationed near the Island 36. Nehemiah in disgrace 37. Then gave up the ghost

2. Seven hundred and eighty five years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (455 BCE) 4. As was custom up until the Celtic Wars 5. First of the Latins 6. and then the Greeks 7. Wealthy and powerful families 8. And priests 9. Did send their sons 10. To Ireland 11. To the great schools 12. Of the druids 13. One such boy 14. The son of a wealthy 15. and powerful family of Athens

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16. did come 17. His name was Socrates 27. would give them coinage 28. For exchange to food 29. Socrates soon found his calling 294. 1. As was custom 2. All teaching was oral 3. By rote and lesson 4. Whereby students would 5. Need to recite long poems 6. Of law and history 7. Of science and mathematics 8. Without changing a word 9. Such was the exacting standards 10. Of the ancient druids 11. of the Holly 12. But to Socrates 13. While such learning 14. Filled his mind with facts 15. It did not satisfy his thirst 16. for knowledge 17. That comes from dialogue 18. And question 19. Within seven years 20. he rebelled against his schooling 21. And left to travel the trading ports 22. Of the Mediterranean Sea 23. There he found men 24. who would recite 25. Druidic poems to passer-bys 26. Who in turn 296. 295. 1. Thus the genesis 2. of the modern Greek mind 3. was born 4. For in Socrates formed 5. An acceptance 6. of the need for knowledge 7. A passion

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30. Reciting the poems he had learnt 31. And creating his own 32. While debating other orators 33. On whether they understood 34. what they had spoken 35. Or were mere parrots

8. for the power of debate and reason 9. a hatred for rote learning 10. But a strict moral 11. in honor of his druidic teaching 12. to the truth of words

1. When Socrates returned to Athens 2. He did attract many followers 3. Eager to listen to his skill 4. At divining new truths 5. From old

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6. Through the deduction 7. Of reason. 8. His greatest student 9. Was Plato 10. Who in honor of Socrates 11. And the rejection 12. Of the druid poems of wisdom 13. Did establish 14. The first Greek school of learning 19. Rome would have to be 20. The wisest 21. And most disciplined 22. Force the world had seen 23. But before that day 24. A Macedonian King 25. Would show them 26. The art of Empires

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297. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Eight hundred and forty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (400 BCE) 4. The Celtic tribes 5. of the Germans and Gauls (Spain) 6. Did invade 7. the northern lands of the Latins 8. Within ten years 9. They defeated the Romans 10. And destroyed Rome itself 11. Awaking an essential instinct 12. Within the mind of the Romans 13. Faced with constant battle 14. With the battle loving Celts 15. That to defeat an enemy 16. As brave and wise 17. But undisciplined in battle 18. as the Celts 299. 1. One such community
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298. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Eight hundred and twenty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (420 BCE) 4. Upon the destruction of Yeb (Elephantine) 5. The most sacred site 6. of all Judaism 7. By Governor Nehemiah 8. The High Priests of YAHU 9. Descendants of Akhenaten 10. Did send out small groups 11. Of priests to establish 12. New Settlements 13. Across the lands 14. Each being a small community 15. Dedicated to holiness 16. The first monasteries

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2. Of the sacred priests of YAHU 3. Was on the shore of Lake Mareotis 4. Another community 5. Was founded in central Greece 6. Near the town of Magnesia 7. It was On account 8. of their knowledge 9. And skill in medicine and science 10. Their respect for life 11. That the monastic community 12. Of the High Priests of YAHU 13. became known as the Therapeutae 14. the first doctors 15. of the ancient world 16. Later to be also known 17. As the Essenes

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11. Uniting all the city-states of Greece 12. But for his son 13. He sought men who could unify tribes 14. And build empires 301. 1. Of all the students of Plato 2. No greater there was than Aristotle 3. As a student of Plato 4. And Plato of Socrates 5. They had developed 6. the art of reason 7. That man might know a thing 8. Through the reasoning of mind 9. Not the mysticism of druidry 10. While Plato used spiritual knowledge 11. And wisdom inherited from Socrates 12. In turn from the druids 13. Aristotle hated the druids 14. Almost as much 15. as he hated the ancient gods 16. of superstition 17. For Aristotle saw the age of Celtic tribes 18. As destroying and corrupting 19. Thoroughly wicked and barbaric 20. Whereas the plight of man 21. Was through civility 22. and written laws 23. and culture 24. In contrast, Aristotle saw 25. The hatred of the Holly druids

300. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Eight hundred and eighty four years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (356 BCE) 4. A mighty prince was born 5. to Philip the King of Macedon 6. His name was Alexander 7. Philip was tutored 8. by the nearby Therapeutae of Magnesia 9. Priests of Yahu 10. The King was powerful and wise

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26. To written word 27. As supreme arrogance 28. That ultimately would be their doom 4. Scribes and craftsmen 5. To bring the land into an empire 6. Soldiers of conquered lands 7. Then did serve under Alexander 302. 1. It was Philip who appointed Aristotle 2. The brilliant and ambitious man 3. To be his sons tutor 4. In Alexander, 5. Aristotle foresaw the perfect prince 6. A boy whilst intelligent 7. Lusted for blood 8. And the clash of battle 9. Obsessed in success 10. It was a match 11. Made by the gods themselves 12. For upon the death of Philip 13. Aristotle built the Empire 14. While Alexander bathed in the blood 15. Of countless enemies 16. But one enemy 17. Alexander was sworn to avoid 18. A great battle with the Celts 304. 1. While Alexander 2. would be long rembered 3. The thousands of scribes 4. who slaved day and night 5. to serve their master 6. ensured Aristotle 7. would be the greatest 8. For what man 303. 1. For every battle won 2. For every city conquered 3. Aristotle would bring his administrators 9. could but prosper in name 8. For further conquests 9. So that a massive army 10. Did he raise

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11. Nine hundred and seventeen years 12. Since the dawn of the Great Age (323 BCE) 13. Weary from endless battle 14. Kept away from his home 15. By Aristole 16. For most of his life 17. The Young God King 18. Gave up the ghost

10. by claiming the ancient knowledge 11. of a hundred lands 12. as his own? 13. His crowning glory
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14. The Great Library of Alexandria 26. At constant war 27. Ireland no longer 305. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Nine hundred and forty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (300 BCE) 4. The height of the Keltoi 5. While such a system 6. As devised by the Holly 7. Did restore great power 8. It did bring an ultimate price 9. For the Keltoi tribes 10. Did not advance 11. Beyond their own world 12. They did not unite 13. In civilization as Alexander had 14. Only in war did Keltoi stand united 15. For nothing did they relish more 16. Than Battle 17. A monster then had it become 18. Uncontrolled and insatiable 18. Keltoi tribes 19. Continued to attack the Latins 20. And even the Greeks 21. in Ireland 22. While the rules of High King 23. Withstood bloody conflict 24. Amongst the lesser kings 25. Tribes were now 306. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 28. the shining light 29. Of knowledge 30. Such honors to the East 31. Had travelled 32. The Island declined in stature 33. As the Holly Family 34. Immersed themselves 35. in wealth and status 36. Unconcerned of the legacy 37. Around them

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2. One thousand and thirty two years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (208 BCE) 4. A terrible sign appeared in the heavens 5. Upon the approach of the comet Encke 6. As tradition since ancient times 7. a comet signaled 8. Bad omens 9. So Encke did bring hardship 10. To many cultures 11. And spared others 12. The meteorite swarm did come 13. Yet not as destructive 14. To all mankind 15. As in ancient times 16. Some hundreds fell
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17. Across the Levant 18. And cultures of the Mediterranean 19. Yet many did smash 20. The lands of the Celts 21. Of Northern and Central Europe 309. 1. Upon the signs of meteorites

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2. A tradition associated with Cybele 3. A new Temple was hastily commissioned 4. Upon the Mons Vatis Canus 5. Known as Vatican Hill 6. The Roman Senate 7. Did order a troop 8. To raid the lands 9. of the Galatians (Turkey) 10. the Celts of the Anatolians 11. And take the most sacred 12. Black meteorite 13. Known as the Stele of Cybele 14. And the Black Stone of Cybele 15. From its ancient temple 16. In the city of Pessinus 17. To Rome

307. 1. Upon such signs from heaven 2. Rationale men forgot their reason 3. Superstitions arose again 4. In the lands of the Romans and the Greeks 5. Spared from any destruction 6. Their good fortune 7. Brought great devotion 8. To the ancient gods 9. that spared them

308. 1. At the time 2. The old Temple of Cybele 3. Magna Mater 4. the Great Mother 5. to the Romans 6. long since replaced 7. under the Forum Romanum 8. Only a small shrine 9. remained to the goddess 10. In the Farnese Gardens 11. Upon the Palatine Hill 310. 1. There in Rome 2. A great temple to Cybele 3. The largest in all of Rome Was built 4. Upon Vatican Hill 5. which means 6. The hill 7. of the white haired soothsayer 8. And the Stele of Cybele 9. The Great Black meteorite 10. was placed In front
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11. of the great and mighty Temple 12. In honor of the goddess 13. Queen of Heaven 14. To protect the city 15. To honor the goddess 16. Doves were released 17. And cakes were baked 18. Hundreds of children 19. And babies Were slain 20. Their blood and flesh eaten 21. By the eunuch priests 22. As they cut themselves 23. In frenzied orgies to honor the goddess 24. With the temple prostitutes 25. consorting with novices 26. not yet castrated 27. A practice that continued 28. Upon this Hill 29. Longer than evil 30. should ever reign 312. 1. Within one year 2. of the comet 3. and meteorite swarm 4. the weather cooled 5. In the lands of Egypt 6. Of the Carthaginians 7. Of Asia 8. And Palestine 9. rains did not come 10. crops began to fail 311. 1. The the lands of the Araba tribes 2. Such signs did return 3. devotion to the goddess 4. and the black meteorites 5. With a shrine erected 6. in the Village of Mecca 7. For which a black meteorite 11. Famine swept 12. Throughout the land 13. Causing revolt and angst 14. The High Priests of Yab 15. For the first time 16. Did abandon their settlement 17. With High Priest Simon 18. And travel north 8. was placed as the cornerstone 9. In honor of the goddess

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10. Known as Kyba (Kybele/Cybele) 11. Here they named the shrine 12. the Ka'aba 13. a site that soon became 14. most sacred to all the Araba tribes 15. In a land destroyed 16. by such rocks 17. from the gods of the heavens

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19. Unto Jerusalem 20. To become the new High Priests 21. Of the Temple 6. But Did shake 7. The ancient druids 8. To awaken 9. From their hording of treasure 313. 1. To the tribes of the Celts 2. Such signs of fire 3. then cold with failing crops 4. were signs of the return of ancient gods 5. Druids in European villages 6. Did break their vows 7. Drowning victims in bogs 8. To appease the gods 9. The strength of the Celts left them 10. And great armies and cultures 11. did collapse 12. Only the cultures along 13. The Northern shores 14. of the Mediterranean 15. Were spared the wrath 16. of the ancient gods 17. of men 315. 1. Throughout the world 2. great battles fought 3. over great distances 4. as civilizations sought to survive 5. While the Romans and Greeks 6. prospered 7. with the blessing 8. of their new found devotion 9. New festivals were arranged 10. And selfish arrogance 11. To take control 12. And prevent anarchy 13. Upon the sacred Isle

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10. In honor Of the Queen of Heaven 11. Known as Eostre 12. to the Celts 13. An annual festival 14. At the end of March 15. In which a pine tree Was cut 16. And brought to her shrine 17. The tree then adorned 18. With violets 19. In honor of Attis 20. Then a day of the festival
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314. 1. In Ireland 2. The calamity 3. Did bring again 4. The chaos of blood 5. And ancient worship

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21. Being the Day of Blood 22. At which the High Priest 23. In his Mitre hat 24. in honor of Attis and Cybele 25. Would cut himself 26. As would all devotees 27. Spraying the altar 28. And tree with blood 29. A celebration 30. Then in three days 31. The Goddess Was paraded 32. with her crown 33. Through the streets 34. In honor of her power 13. In these times 14. Many of the Jews 15. had come to believe 16. Without question 17. The writings of Ezra 18. To be true 19. That while greater age 20. And right could be shown 21. To the High Priest of Yeb 22. And while the history of Ireland 23. And Judaism 24. Was without question 25. In the bloodlines of Judah 26. Their absence in the Bible 27. Was not an act of man 316. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. One thousand and sixty five years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (175 BCE) 4. The Essene Jewish priests under Onias 5. First from Yeb 6. forced to flee Jerusalem 7. To Egypt 8. Upon the war of the Sadducee Jews 9. Where Ptolemy VI 10. Did grant them 11. The right to build a new temple 12. at Leontopolis. 28. But God 29. Anomolies that history 30. Would one day erase 31. These men and women 32. Who believed without question 33. In the truth 34. of Ezra and Nehemiah 35. Became known as the Pharisees 36. While ignorant of fact 37. And devoted to fable 38. Were good of heart 39. And considered human sacrifice 40. An act of abomination 41. Something the Sadducee Priests 42. Who lived to burn people
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43. In sacrifice 44. Saw as mere ancient custom

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23. Who in turn became High Priest of YAHU 24. While in time a small band 25. Made the great journey 26. Back to Yeb itself 27. And started a very small community 28. Amongst the abandoned settlement

317. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. One thousand and eighty one years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (159 BCE) 4. The son of Onias 5. High Priest Moreh Zedek 6. The teacher of righteousness 7. Returned from Leontopolis 8. To rid the Temple of Jerusalem 9. Of evil 10. With within six years 11. Came the rise of the Sadducee dynasty 12. Of the Hasmoneans 13. and Jonathan Apphus 14. Unable to return to Egypt 15. Moreh Zedek did form 16. The community of Qumran 17. Upon the shores of the Dead Sea 18. There he did establish a scriptorium 19. And settlement 20. for the exiled Essene priests 21. The ancient priests of Yeb 21. There, Moreh Zedek (Zadok) 22. Had a son named Barachiah

318. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. One thousand one hundred and thirty seven years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (103 BCE) 4. The son of John Hyrcanus 5. whose name was Alexander Yannai 6. did inherit the throne 7. He did extend the Kingdom of Judea 8. in defeating rivals 9. and increasing wealth of trade 10. smashing the last of the Sabeans 11. And making the port city of the South of Arabia 12. named Aden a Jewish centre of trade 13. He did force many of the arav (arabs) 14. which means desert people 15. who lived south of the River Jordan 16. and the Sinai and the north of Arabia 17. also known as the Nabatu (Nabateans) 18. to convert to Judaism 19. For these people, the nomads 20. Held the key to the desert springs 21. and the priceless trade up from Africa

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319. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. One thousand one hundred and seventy three years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (67 BCE) 4. Roman rule had returned civility 5. To much of the world 6. of the Mediterranean 7. In that year Queen Salome 8. The last of the undisputed Hasmonean 9. gave up the ghost 10. A supremely evil 11. And wicked dynasty 12. Had they been 13. For countless people 14. sacrificed and burned 15. In demonic rituals 16. To ancient gods 17. Of the Sadducees 18. With orgies of wine 19. and depravity 20. Desecrating the Persian temple 21. Built to end such practices 22. At her death 23. Civil War did erupt in Judea 321. 1. In Ireland 2. since the great darkness 3. The Druids of the Holly 320. 1. Barachiah the true High Priest 2. of YAHU (YAHUWAH) 3. the son of Moreh Zadok

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24. With Hyrcanus seeking Pharisee support 25. And his brother Aristobulus 26. With Sadducee support

4. did continue the Qumran settlement 5. travelling to the Temple 6. and then each day to return 7. He did have two daughters 8. The first being Elisabeth 9. The second being Anna 10. In turn Elisabeth married Zedekiah 11. Who became the High Priest 12. of YAHU 13. And Anna married Heli 14. Who was the High Priest 15. of the Temple of Onias 16. at Leontopolis

4. Remained both priest and High King 5. Including King of Munster 6. abandoning the seven year cycle 7. While battles for the lesser kingdoms

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8. still raged 9. such truth 10. long lost 11. through wicked pens 12. and fertile minds 13. of conquering scribes 21. escaped to the South of Arabia

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22. And conquered the key cities of the Sabeans 23. including Zafar and Aden 24. forming the Jewish Sadducee Kingdom of the Himyarite 25. All Kings then for the next few hundred years 26. Were blood descendents of the Sadducee Hasmoneans 27. Their real names, long since corrupted 28. Once at Aden, Aristobulos commanded the Sadducee traders 29. to pirate all the trade coming up from Africa for the Empire 30. In less than a year King Aristobulos now of Himyarite 31. succeeded in stopping the spice and ivory trade 32. Emperor Augustus then sent Gaius Gallus 33. Who captured Aristobulos and brought him to Rome 34. Gaius Gallus did destroy Aden 35. scattering the Sadducees for a time into other cities 36. But the son of Aristobulos 37. Did escape North-East 38. To the safety of Parthia 39. To return some years later 40. To claim the throne of Jerusalem

322. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. One thousand one hundred and seventy seven years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (63 BCE) 4. With the grain 5. And trade 6. Of the Roman Empire 7. Threatened 8. by war in Judea 9. General Pompey 10. Did march to Jerusalem 11. And conquer the land 12. In honor and respect 13. Counter to false tales 14. Not one temple nor shrine 15. Was desecrated 16. For Rome and the Sadducees 17. Shared common bonds 18. Of ancestral blood 19. And secret gods 20. Aristobulos and his court

323. 1. Upon this time 2. Rome herself

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3. Did seek to end 4. Public Human sacrifice 5. That such acts became 6. A crime punishable 7. By death 8. Thus the ancient priests 9. Of Cybele 10. Upon Vatican Hill 11. The Most Important Temple 12. To the Virgin Queen 13. And Mother of God 14. In all the ancient world 15. Did commence 16. Extending vast catacombs 17. Underground tunnels 18. And chapels for one purpose 19. With secret entrances 20. For noble Romans to enter 21. And escape 22. And participate 23. In time honored traditions 24. Of human sacrifice 25. And cannibalism 26. By celibate high priests 27. Wearing mitre hats 28. To the Goddess 29. Who in public 30. Pretended to be pious 324.

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1. As the celebration of the Day of Blood 2. Or the Festival of Eostre 3. As Cybele was also known 4. Declined in importance 5. Other festivals gained greater light 6. The Romans at this time 7. Made the Festival of Saturnia 8. In honor of the founding name 9. Of the city 10. A god image of the son of Baal 11. Known also as Satan 12. A powerful demon god 13. Upon the end days of December 14. Their most important festival 15. Here the Romans 16. in the most important festival 17. to a demon god 18. known later as Lucifer 19. allowed at the end of the festival 20. The promotion of drunkeness and relaxed morals 21. Including promiscuity 22. Blended the druid traditions of Yule 23. And the sacredness of Holly Tree 24. With the celebrations of Winter Solstice 25. Such that to many Celts 26. The ceremony seemed 27. But tradition

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325. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. One thousand one hundred and eighty three years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (57 BCE) 4. The Romans 5. Under Proconsul Cabineus 6. Did establish 7. Five regional synhedria (Sanhedrins, or councils). 8. The first time 9. That Sadducees, Pharisees 10. And Essenes 11. Had ever congregated 12. To one meeting 327. 11. Of Gold and silver 12. In mines in Ireland and Britain 13. Such value these minerals 14. To the growing empires 15. Of all metals 16. Tin was most valuable 17. To the Romans 18. Of the Drumonii and Durotriges 19. In South West of Britain 20. Were the most important mines 21. Under the control 22. Of the Holly 23. The High Kings of Ireland

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1. But the Southern and Eastern celtic tribes 2. Of Britain had grown rebellious 3. No longer adhering 4. To any of the code of the druids 5. Bloodthirsty and barbaric 6. They had returned 7. That all tin supplies 8. Were ceased 9. For a time 10. Ten Celtic tribes 11. of Southern Britain 12. Drumonii of the region of Cornwall and Devon 13. Durotriges of Somerset and Dorset 14. Belgae of Wiltshire and Hampshire 15. Atrebates of Oxfordshire
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326. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. One thousand one hundred and eighty five years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (55BCE) 4. The Great Celt tribes 5. That once ruled half the world 6. Most feared upon the battlefield 7. A shadow of the past 8. Now fought amongst themselves 9. Yet The trade of key metals 10. Of tin and copper

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16. Dobunni of Gloucestershire 17. Regnenses of Surrey and West Sussex 18. Catuvellauni of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire 19. Cantiaci of East Sussex and Kent 20. Trinovances of Essex 21. Iceni of Anglia 22. Five celtic tribes of Mid and Northern Britain 23. Coritani of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire 24. Cornovii of Herefordshire 25. Carvetii of Cheshire 26. Brigantes of Warwickshire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire 27. Parisii of Yorkshire 28. It was King Cassivellaunus 29. Of the Catuvellauni tribe 30. With his allies the Cantiaci 31. Who had fought the other tribes 32. And attacked the Atrebates 33. King Commius himself 34. Did seek audience 35. with Julius Caesar 36. And pleaded for his intervention 37. Caesar made him his envoy 38. For without tin 39. The legions could not march 328. 1. The High King at the time 2. a member of the Holly Family 3. The Cuilleain 4. Who had taken control 5. Since the dark times 6. Over one hundred years before 7. Was C-LAOCH 8. Which means 9. Holly (Holy) Hero 10. A respected and mighty druid 11. He did welcome King Commius 12. The King did recite 13. the message of Caesar 14. That none of the lands 15. Of the Holly 16. Nor its protectorates 17. In Britain and Spain 18. Shall be harmed 19. That Caesar but ask 20. His Divine Highness 21. Ha Rama Theo 22. To instruct the druids 23. of the Britons
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40. In this year Caesar massed an armada 41. And sent King Commius on mission 42. to the court 43. of the High King of Ireland 44. to seek his support

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24. To listen to reason 25. And submit to Roman law 26. C-LAOCH did reply 27. That the promise of Caesar 28. Was taken to be a high oath 29. Sealed by the gods 30. That if the men 31. who call themselves 32. Druids in Britain 33. Had any honor 34. To the most ancients 35. He would gladly speak 36. In favour of civilized ways 37. Upon hearing the reply 38. Of the most sacred Priest-King 39. Caesar cursed and spoke 40. These ancient druids break not their word 41. For each is like their knots 330. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 9. the lands of the tin mines 10. an annual tribute also paid

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11. One thousand one hundred and eighty six years 12. Since the dawn of the Great Age (54 BCE) 13. Upon the onset 14. of the first month of winter 15. Julius Caesar 16. Did withdraw every last Roman Soldier 17. from Britain to Gaul 18. Travelling East 19. Whereas the ship of Caesar 20. Travelled west to the sacred isle

2. One thousand one hundred and eighty six years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (54BCE) 4. The Proconsul 5. Julius Caesar did come to Tara 6. in winter months 7. To meet the great Druid High King 8. of the Holly C-LAOCH 9. It was his son C-RO(N) 10. Which means Holly (Holy) Head 11. Who greeted Caesar 12. Upon the coast

329. 1. In the same year 2. The first invasion of Julius Caesar 3. Was not successful 4. Nor the second the following year 5. Excepting the South East of Britain 6. was now held by five Roman Legions 7. A treaty was signed with Cassivellaunus 8. not to attack

331. 1. Into the Great Hall of Tara 2. Caesar did go


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3. Unto C-LAOCH seated 4. Upon the most ancient throne 5. Of Hyksos kings 6. C-LAOCH did speak first 7. As was custom 8. Proconsul 9. What then do we owe? 10. Has not all been set right? 11. Caesar did reply 12. Most gracious King of Holly 13. I have defeated 14. The tribes of Britannii 15. And protected your lands 16. From the plunder of good trade 17. I seek no tribute 18. But wise counsel 19. Upon the boast of Caesar 20. C-LAOCH did remind him 21. Of his very near defeat 22. And that the tribes of Britannii 23. Saw prudence 24. In false oaths 25. Caesar replied 26. How then Holly (holy) King 27. May I defeat an enemy 28. Without honor? 29. For as soon after 30. they agree terms 31. Rebellious clans arise. 32. C-LAOCH then did instruct 332. 1. Upon returning to C-LAOCH 2. Caesar looked troubled 3. At which The Holly King spoke 4. ProConsul I sense 5. Unfinished business 6. Travel then

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33. The scribes and priests of the scrolls 34. To show unto Caesar 35. The great collection of Tara 36. Not even the Greeks could imagine 37. Thousands of years 38. Of Manuscripts and writings 39. Of long forgotten kings and pharaohs 40. Of bloodlines and history 41. So the truth to Caesar 42. Of the origins 43. Of the Egyptians 44. Of the Greeks 45. Of the Celts and the Latins 46. Were revealed

7. to the sacred valley of truth (Boyne) 8. where you shall find what you seek 9. Whereupon C-RO(N) 10. Did accompany Caesar and his guard 11. To the sacred valley of the Boyne 12. Where Caesar met 13. the most revered seer of the Holly 14. Her name being Bandraoi

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15. Which simply means the witch 16. Caesar inquired 17. about his own destiny 18. Having gazed upon 19. Ancient scripts 20. of heroes and wisdom 21. The Bandraoi Did speak 22. as was custom 23. In prophetic riddle 24. Unto you 25. A treasure come 26. Flesh and sword Unite 27. Glory be your destiny 28. Not King but God 29. Upon the mide of Mars 334. 333. 1. Caesar departed the sacred Isle 2. Unto Gaul 3. Where he did subdue the Celtic tribes 4. Upon Civil War 5. With the Senate 6. Caesar defeated all who came 7. Unto Egypt and Greece herself 8. No greater general had there been 9. The knowledge of the ancients 10. His mighty sword 11. And upon his days of glory 12. When all that was prophecised 13. Was true 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 14. Caesar understood 15. The riddle of the witch 16. the mid of a moon month 17. Not the ides 18. For Druids were moon 19. Not sun 20. Caesar forced an oath 21. From his closest friends 22. Allies into an elaborate plan 23. Upon the 14th of March 24. They did sacrifice 25. Their uncrowned king 26. As Caesar had wished 27. He became a god

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2. One thousand one hundred and ninety six years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (44 BCE) 4. Upon news of the death of Caesar 5. at eighteen years 6. C-RO(N) requested his fathers permission 7. To leave the sacred isle 8. And to honor the great warrior Caesar 9. King C-LAOCH declined his request 10. For no King nor crown prince of the Holly 11. Had left the sacred Isle 12. for hundreds of years 13. Twelve hundred years 14. Since the dawn of the Great Age (40 BCE)

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15. C-RO(N) again requested his fathers permission 16. To leave the sacred isle 17. King C-LAOCH initially declined 18. Saying his son had not yet married 19. Nor have an heir 20. But relented allowing the young prince 21. To travel to the west territory 22. Of the Drumonii and Durotriges 23. To see the mines 24. There he did spend two years 25. And returned to the Old King 26. Since the dawn of the Great Age (38 BCE) 27. C-RO(N) again requested his fathers permission 28. to travel to Rome 29. And the ancient lands of their bloodlines 30. But the old King C-LAOCH refused 31. Then C-RO(N) pledged 32. That if he marry 33. And leave an heir 34. He be permitted to travel 35. The King agreed 36. And C-RO(N) did marry 37. Within a year he did have an heir 38. But before leaving 335. 1. As a crown prince 2. And soon Ha Rama Theo

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39. The King C-LAOCH did make his son 40. Swear a High Oath 41. To return within five years 42. And no more. 43. Upon the oath C-RO(N) 44. Did leave Ireland

3. The Messiah King of the House of Judah 4. C-RO(N) was one of the wealthiest 5. Men of the ancient world 6. In Rome his eyes were opened 7. To the splendor of civilization 8. Whereupon he met priests 9. From Egypt and Judea 10. A calling then he did take 11. Unto the ancient lands 12. Of his forefathers 13. Unto Judea and Jerusalem 14. Where he did purchase 15. Several estates 16. And the lands around Bethany 17. In Judea 18. His father the King sent word 19. That his grandson 20. The son of C-RO(N) 21. Had died 22. And that stricken with grief
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23. And woe, his wife 24. Had ended her own life 25. But instead of returning 26. C-RO(N) did leave 27. to Egypt unto the Temples 28. and High Priests 29. Of Yahu and Amen 30. At Yeb (Elephantine) 31. C-RO(N) fell in love 32. With the daughter 33. of the High Priest of YAHU 34. the most ancient and most sacred temple 35. of all Judaism 36. Where he did wed 35. Her name being Esa 36. But honoured as Luachil 37. Which means most valued 11. The old King C-LAOCH 12. Did give up the ghost 13. As the ship of C-RO(N) 14. With his new wife 15. Returned to Ireland 16. Upon learning of the death 17. of his father 18. C-RO(N) declared 19. I shall never again 20. leave these shores 21. Nor permit my sons 22. A great king 23. to honor my father 24. Shall I become

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25. Twelve hundred and seven years 26. Since the dawn of the Great Age (33 BCE) 27. C-RO(N) became Holly King of Ireland 28. And the famed CINN-AIRE-MOR (Conaire Mor) 29. Which means 30. The Great Chief Judge 31. From Mor being great 32. Aire being minister 33. And Cinn to judge or decide

336. 1. The travel of C-RO(N) 2. Had taken much time 3. And upon the anniversary 4. Of five years 5. he Had not returned 6. Thereby a solemn oath 7. Became a great curse 8. Distraught at his son 9. Not honoring his oath 10. And the death of his heir

337. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twelve hundred years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (40 BCE) 4. Herod the son 5. Of Antipater the Idumaean

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6. From the former lands of the Edomites 7. Was elected King of the Jews 8. By the Roman senate 9. A title for which he had no right 10. Within three years 11. With the force of the Roman Army 12. Herod had his rival executed 13. Antigonus the Hasmonean 14. Of the other pretender lines 15. Like no other king 16. Much less a pretender Messiah 17. Had ever suffered 18. Witnessed and recorded 19. By most reliable Roman Scribes 20. and generals 21. By first having Antigonus scourged 22. then crowned with thorns 23. Finally crucified upon a cross 24. His title of Messiah 25. King of the Jews 26. Hung in mockery 27. Upon such barbarity 28. The Romans declared 29. That no Roman citizen 30. Be permitted to be Scourged, 31. nor crucified 32. A law that stood 33. Till the end of the Empire 338. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twelve hundred and one years

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3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (39 BCE) 4. Seth of Syria 5. A wealthy and powerful Sadducee 6. Who continued the dark traditions 7. Of Sacrifices to demon gods 8. Gave birth to a son 9. Named Annas (also Ananus), 10. A man who was to become 11. The most famous 12. Of all Sadducee High Priests 13. On account of his reign 14. And the reign of five of his sons 15. Also as high priests 16. And how they returned 17. the most evil of practices 18. unto the Temple of Jerusalem 19. In the same year was born 20. the name of Gamaliel 21. known as 22. Gamaliel the Elder 23. who came to be the leader 24. of the Pharisees 25. And the first to bear the title 26. of Rabban (Rabbi). 27. In the same year, Herod the Great 28. did marry the last Hasmonean Princess 29. as his second wife
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30. Her name was Mariamne 31. The most beautiful woman in all the ancient world 32. That Herod remained obsessed by her 33. For his whole life and no other did he love more 34. Malthace from Samaritan 35. From whom were born two sons Archelaus and Antipas 36. his first wife did hate the beauty of Mariamne 37. And constantly schemed to end the life 38. of her rival with the twin sister of Herod 39. Whose name was Herodius 40. No other past Mariamne did Herod marry 41. For no other was comparable 42. All words contrary, deliberate fable 43. Mariamne did force Herod for a time 44. To appoint her brother Aristobulus III of Judea 45. As High Priest 46. But Herod grew tired of him 47. And had him drowned 48. Mariamne bore him four children 49. But only one ruled 339. 1. In Ireland

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50. The greatly handsome Herod Philip I 51. She bore him four children

2. Since becoming the Holly (holy) King 3. And Ha Rama Theo 4. His Divine Highness 5. The one true Messiah 6. of the House of Judah 7. C-RO(N) had failed to raise a new heir 8. Luachil had first fallen with child 9. That failed to reach term 10. Thereupon some years later 11. She gave birth to a second child 12. Who died soon after birth 13. Many of the druids and scribes 14. Believed it was on account 15. Of the curses that C-RO(N) 16. Had brought upon himself 17. on abandoning his first wife 18. to travel overseas 19. and the breaking of a high oath 20. to his father the Holly King 21. upon the time of his return 22. But Twelve hundred and twelve years 23. Since the dawn of the Great Age (28 BCE) 24. Luachil gave birth to a healthy boy 25. C-RO(N) did name him 26. C-CILEANN

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27. Which means Holly of Holly 28. Also Holy of Holies 29. A sacred child 30. His person name 31. Being Seosam (Joseph) 32. Known in false legend 33. As C Chulainn 341. 13. Not by ancient poems

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14. But the most ancient scrolls and languages 15. Of the world

1. A brilliant student was C-CILEANN 2. That by eight years 3. He could speak and write the major languages 4. Of the Empires 5. And could speak upon the ancient history of man 6. Of science and civil matters 7. Of religions and divination of the stars 8. His father the Holly King 9. Encouraged his focus on knowledge 10. While his mother filled his mind 11. With the great adventures of the King 12. His father 13. The people of the Jews 14. The nature of YAHU 15. And the plight of Israel

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340. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twelve hundred and sixteen years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (24 BCE) 4. The Holly King C-RO(N) did conclude 5. A gift of the gods be his son CCILEANN 6. That he become the greatest of all Holly Kings 7. His mother Queen Luachil 8. The daughter of the High Priest of Yeb 9. Did vision C-CILEANN to be a savior 10. of the world 11. Thus at age four 12. C-CILEANN (Joseph) began his education

342. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twelve hundred and twenty years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (20 BCE) 4. C-CILEANN as eight years 5. Did stand in the Great Hall of Tara 6. Before the great druid family 7. The lesser Kings 8. And the Mighty Holly King his father

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9. King C-RO(N) 10. There the druids and the court 11. Were amazed with the knowledge 12. And skill of young C-CILEANN 13. To answer questions and reason 14. As fine as any master druid 15. When they had finished 16. To his father in front of the court 17. C-CILEANN did ask his first question 18. Father, if we be so wise and ancient 19. Why do we not help the world? 20. The King replied 21. Because we are as gods 22. Do not interfere in the affairs of men 23. In reply C-CILEANN did ask his second question 24. If this is true, then do we live as men 25. And eat and trade as men? 26. The King replied 27. Wise son so young, 28. indeed we are men that trade and live 29. Not I but time gives us such title 30. In reply C-CILEANN did ask his third question 31. Father are you not the true Pharaoh

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32. Why then do you not claim your right? 33. The King replied 34. Even to Gods no respect is shown 35. And Latins have made themselves August Gods 36. Ignorant of the smallest things 37. The men of Egypt know not from where they come 38. In reply C-CILEANN did ask his fourth question 39. Father are you not also the Divine Highness 40. The true King of Judah? 41. Why do you not help them so? 42. The king weary of his sons mind 43. Feared the Queen had made C-CILEANN even wiser than he 44. The King replied 45. The same as before 46. But one last question you may ask 47. And never again to court 48. Until you are King 49. For the wisdom I fear most 50. Is the truth of a child 51. In reply C-CILEANN did ask his fifth and final question 52. Father and King If all is true 53. With such power and wealth 54. What single act Beyond these shores 55. Has been done? 56. The King in anger rose from his throne 57. And called the Queen to account 58. She swore an oath the childs own mind
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59. Did call forth these pearls 60. And with this the King did summons 61. The treasury of court 62. To find things worthy 63. Of the Holly Kings support 8. With his mother the Queen

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9. To see the works his father had supported 10. King C-RO(N) did decline their request 11. That only curse and ruin 12. Had befallen the Holly 13. As it had left the sacred Isle 14. But within two years C-CILEANN 15. Had firmed his resolve 16. He left Tara unto the coast 17. Prepared to leave upon the first ship 18. But the Queen having learnt of his plan 19. Had him detained 20. Until both King and Queen came to Eblana 21. Now known as Dublin 22. Before the Holly King did speak 23. As was custom 24. The Queen did speak first 25. Good King and husband 26. I take our son as is his request 27. To see the lands of our ancestry 28. My home is calling me 29. Be it your will to bless or curse 30. With that she boarded the ship 31. With Her son C-CILEANN (Joseph) 32. King C-RO(N) upon their act 33. Did speak with anger as Druid 34. The power of High Curse 35. That if they should leave sight of shore 36. Against his will 37. then no more Shall either set foot

343. 1. In that same year 2. King C-RO(N) 3. Did give a large sum to the Priests of Jerusalem 4. Not to the greedy and corrupt Herod 5. To expand the Temple 6. And unto the Priests of Yahu 7. For their settlement at Qumran, 8. Onias and Yeb (Elephantine) 9. And the Priests of Amen 10. The most ancient Hyksos blood 11. For the upkeep of Thebes

344. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twelve hundred and twenty six years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (14 BCE) 4. C-CILEANN at fourteen years 5. Came before his father the King 6. He did ask his fathers permission 7. To travel to the lands of ancestors

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38. Nor his heirs 39. Upon the sacred isle 40. With that the ship left the dock 41. And out to sea 42. the King returned to Tara alone 43. Regretful he had made such A wicked curse 347. 1. By decree Emperor Augustus

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8. With guard and estate to his Queen 9. To ensure her safety and honor

2. had enshrined the respect and right 3. Of Full Roman citizenry 4. upon all great noble lines 5. The most ancient and sacred lines of Holly 6. To which Rome herself worshipped as crown 7. Upon the emperors in December 8. To Egypt they did pass through the greatness of Rome 9. Where Emperor Augustus did command 10. The appointment of Centurion Gaius Cornelius 11. of the Praetorian 12. To accompany the Queen and her son 13. On their journey 14. Unto Greece and Athens 15. Then unto the city of Alexandria 16. Then unto Yeb (Elephantine) 17. There she did spend some time 18. Until their journey to Jerusalem 19. But before the ships had sailed from Egypt 20. The Queen struck ill 21. And gave up the ghost 22. Joseph (C-CILEANN) took her remains to Yeb 23. And there he did stay 24. along with Leontopolis for two years

345. 1. Two years prior (16 BCE) 2. At the Temple of Onias at Leontoplis 3. in Egypt 4. Heli and Anna 5. The daughter of Barachiah 6. The son of Moreh Zedek (Zadok) 7. gave birth to their last child 8. named Mary

346. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twelve hundred and twenty eight years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (12 BCE) 4. Queen Luachil and her son Joseph (C-CILEANN) 5. Did come to the lands of Egypt 6. While the High King had cursed their return 7. He did not abandon their person

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348. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twelve hundred and thirty two years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (8 BCE) 4. Joseph (C-CILEANN) at eighteen 5. Did come to Jerusalem 6. With Gaius Cornelius and his men 7. And priestly Guard 8. To his fathers estates of Bethany 9. In honor of his mother and time at Yeb 10. He did go to Qumran unto the High Priest Zecheriah 11. There he did discuss knowledge and wisdom 12. And ancient scriptures of time 349. 1. Zechariah and the priests of Qumran 2. single minded in hatred 3. Towards all who had betrayed The faith of YAHU 4. In their eyes 5. No greater than the Hasmoneans 6. More than even Herod 7. Who they considered a fool 8. But the Romans 9. On their account Of the love of Cybele 350. 10. They were despised

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11. For special curse was reserved to Nehemiah 12. No other man in their eyes 13. Had corrupted the faith of YAH 14. And desecrated the most sacred temple of all Jews 15. At Yeb (Elephantine) 16. All new scripture then by these priests 17. Was to the end times

1. Joseph (C-CILEANN) asked by what sign 2. The end would come? 3. To which the priests replied 4. That God would give a sign 5. Joseph asked if they might be saved? 6. To which Zecheriah replied 7. That the person would be 8. Of the ancient priest line 9. Of Akhenaten 10. Of Elijah 11. Of Isaiah 12. Of Jeremiah 13. But when Joseph (C-CILEANN) pressed 14. As to the astrological sign 15. The priests were angry 16. For they had lost the knowledge 17. Of the stars 18. when Joseph did explain the movement of the stars 19. The priests were transfixed 20. As if such wisdom itself was a sign

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351. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twelve hundred and thirty six years 3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (4 BCE) 4. Herod the Great gave up the ghost 5. And darkness appeared across Jerusalem 6. Archelaus his son did insist upon a lavish funeral 7. His brother Antipas hovering like a raven 8. But the people longing for change did call 9. For Zecheriah to be their High Priest 10. As the bloody Herods were inclined 11. Archelaus unleashed 12. his Roman Troops 13. upon the faithful in the Temple 14. The deaths caused riot 15. In which thousands did rise up 16. To which Archelaus called for more troops 17. Rome then sent Proconsul Publius Quinctilius Varus 18. To quell the unrest 19. By the end of the brief but bloody campaign 20. Over two thousand rebels were crucified 352.

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21. Until all of Jerusalem was awash in blood 22. Archelaus then was summonsed to Rome 23. His brother Antipas 24. Claimed himself King 25. Emperor Augustus 26. Sensing civil war 27. Did divided the lands held by Herod 28. Between his sons 29. So that Archelaus ruled Judea and Samaria 30. Antipas ruled Galilee and the lands across the Jordan 31. Philip the lands north and east of Galilee

1. Joseph (C-CILEANN) witnessing the bloodshed 2. And the brief absence of Archelaus and Antipas 3. Did call a secret meeting 4. of the Sandhedrin 5. There he argued himself 6. Being of the last true bloodline 7. of the House of Judah 8. He be one true Messiah 9. The Ha Rama Theo 10. Who would unite the Jews 11. Against the Herods 12. And bring victory to Israel 13. against her enemies 14. But all were silent 15. until Gamaliel did speak 16. Noble prince, no one doubts your blood

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17. Nor most ancient and mighty power 18. But you come before us as a Roman occupier 19. With over one hundred and fifty Roman soldiers 20. Standing guard outside 21. Joseph replied 22. he would happily do without 23. the Roman guards 24. To which a Sadducee priest did reply 25. Archelaus and Antipas would even unite one brief moment 26. For such an opportunity and do him in 27. Upon which Zecheriah did speak 28. and all were silent 29. Brother, no one doubts your faith 30. Nor your wisdom 31. But in matters of the Jews 32. you are but a child 33. For our land hangs but by a thread 34. Of laws and custom hard fought with blood 35. To them you a foreigner and invader 36. No knowledge you have of our laws or custom 37. Go back to the sacred Isle 38. And leave us be 39. With that Joseph did resolve 353. 1. In the Great Age of the Ram, 2. Twelve hundred and forty years 40. A High Druid Oath 41. Upon my ancestors and YAHU 42. From my blood shall come 43. A messiah the likes of which 44. This world has never seen 45. With this Joseph did leave

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46. With his Centurion and guard from Judea 47. Knowing that the Herods 48. Would hear of his boast 49. Back to Egypt

3. Since the dawn of the Great Age (0 BCE) 4. Joseph (C-CILEANN) now aged twenty eight 5. did wed Mary, now aged sixteen 6. the daughter of High Priest Heli 7. At the Jewish Temple of Onias at Leontopolis 8. An important wedding of great note 9. Representatives of many major priests 10. Did come to Leontopolis 11. The Brahman from India 12. The Magi High Priests from the East 13. The High Priests of Amen-Ra 14. High Druids from Galatia 15. The Priests from Yeb 16. Even the Roman Proconsul of Egypt 17. All came except one 18. High Priest Zecheriah from Qumran

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19. And Jerusalem 20. No word or explanation was given 21. Yet less than six months after 22. the Wedding of Joseph and Mary 23. News came from Jerusalem 24. That Elisabeth the sister of Anna 25. The mother of Mary 26. Who was well beyond the age of children 27. Who had been barren all her life 28. And Zechariah advanced in age 29. Had miraculously given birth to a boy child 30. Some did say was a Virgin birth 31. They named Johanan (John) 32. Known as John the Baptist 33. And Johanan ben Zakkai 355. 1. Upon hearing the news 2. Of Zechariahs plans

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10. All calendars were to be set to zero 11. For his son who appeared from the heavens 12. Would be the messiah foretold 13. Thus the calendar of the western world 14. Was born 15. And ever since honors the birth of John 16. And no other 17. As Zecheriah had planned

3. Archelaus and his brothers were enraged 4. Whilst Zecheriah was midst ceremony 5. In the Great Temple at Jerusalem 6. As was custom for the High Priest 7. Assassins of Archelaus did seize the priest 8. And end his life 9. Upon news of such blasphemy 10. On sacred ground 11. Of the most senior priest of YAHU 12. Riots across Jerusalem 13. And all the holy lands did erupt 14. Archelaus did falsely claim the uprising 15. As sedition against Rome 16. Whereupon the Romans did crush rebellion 17. And Archelaus strengthened his grip 18. But spared the settlement of Qumran 19. From destruction

354. 1. Upon the miraculous birth 2. Within a few short months 3. Of Johanan ben Zakkai 4. Known as John the Baptist 5. Zecheriah sent word to all Jewish Temples 6. Including Yeb and Leontopolis 7. And all the Therapeutae 8. That as most senior High Priest of YAHU 9. And upon such a sign

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20. The ageing Elisabeth did flee with her new born child 21. Unto Egypt and the House of Heli and Anna 22. At which time Joseph and Mary 23. Accompanied by his Roman Guard did leave 24. On account of Elisabeth being sought by Archelaus 25. As a Roman official

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14. Which means Judas the Assassin 15. Sicarii being a great curved knife 16. Famed for cutting the throats of enemies 17. Whilst they slept 18. So feared the Sicarii also known as Zealots 19. That no Roman troops did venture more 20. To the Hills and Lake of Galilee 21. Without force of numbers 22. It was there Joseph resolved himself 23. To build a new city 24. And found a dynasty of messiah

356. 1. In the year known as 1 CE 2. Joseph(C-CILEANN) and Mary 3. Accompanied by Gaius Cornelius 4. And the Praetorian century 5. Did arrive at Caesarea Maritima 6. Once a seaside palace and port of Herod 7. Now the main garrison city of the Romans 8. Of Galilee 9. There Joseph did consult loyal priests and scribes 10. As to the precise signs of the messiah 11. Foretold in scripture 12. There he also heard of the famed fighter 13. Judas the Sicarii 357. 1. In the same years as 1 CE 2. Joseph with only and handful of guard 3. Did leave Caesarea Maritima 4. Did the shores of Galilee 5. And the lands of the feared Sicarii 6. Upon their capture, 7. Joseph secured the safety of his party 8. And a meeting with Judas the Great 9. Judas did speak to Joseph 10. What business has a foreign prince In these lands? 11. Joseph replied that he wished to build a great city upon the ruins of Tzippori 12. To be named Nazara 13. Which means city of truth 14. Now falsely named Sepphoris 15. A small village now falsely claimed the entirety of work
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16. Of the wealthiest crown prince in all the world. 17. Judas asked again the purpose of such elaborate plans 18. To which Joseph explained the coming of a true messiah 19. One that would unite all Jews 20. And end the reign of the Herods and occupation 21. Then Joseph asked if the Sicarii, the zealots 22. Would be his new guard of the city 23. To which he offered gold, supplies 24. and The education of his men at a new school to be built within Nazara 25. Judas accepted his offer. 26. Joseph returned to Caesarea Maritima 27. paying a handsome sum 28. to Praetorian prefect Lucius Aelius Strabo 29. for Gaius Cornelius and his Optio (2IC) 30. to remain in Caesarea Maritima 31. with his men 32. bringing peace to Galilee. 33. Upon their release Gaius Cornelius the Centurion 34. Asked if he might remain in service 358. 1. In the second year

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35. As to leave a noble appointment made by the Emperor himself 36. Would be a grave slur 37. Joseph agreed and the Centurion and his men swore a sacred oath 38. To protect all the descendents of the Cuilleain 39. in life and death 40. A sacred oath only broken by Rome 41. one thousand years later 42. upon the acts of the lagunari 43. and haberdashers of salt and coin 44. who came to power through trickery.

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (2AD) 3. Joseph (C-CILEANN) had commenced construction of Nazara 4. An ambitious and expensive project 5. He did employ thousands of masons, builders and workers 6. From across Judea 7. The build his city of truth, a shining jewel. 8. The Herods upon hearing of his construction 9. Laughed at the prince as being a madman 10. They called him the Carpenter 11. In derision for building a city in the middle of nowhere 12. However, Joseph did indeed have a plan 13. And had calculated all the astronomical signs

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14. And all the Jewish prophecy 15. They believed for the coming of a messiah 16. So that by the fifth year since 17. since Birth of John the Baptist (5 AD) 18. Mary was with their first child

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14. Before the day of Sabbath (Saturday) 15. A particularly special event for the ancient Jews 16. Who had adopted the customs and scripture as true 17. And as believed the messiah would come 18. From the city of Bethlehem 19. Joseph and Mary came to the city 20. Where all the House were full 21. On account of the Passover 22. And no other reason 23. And under a Watchtower lit for the shepherds 24. Mary did give birth to their first born 25. On Friday 14 Nisan 26. In the Jewish calendar 27. They named him Jesus 28. In honor of the great savior HESUS 29. of ancient times 30. Also known as Krishna 31. Also known as Christ 32. Also known as Horus 33. Also known as Yeshuah to the Jews

359. 1. In the sixth year 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (6AD) 3. Momentous events did occur 4. Joseph had calculated through his knowledge of the heavens 5. The most august time of birth 6. The triple conjunction of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn 7. In the constellation of Pisces upon the time of Passover 8. Forming a New Star as prophesized in Jewish custom 9. Became briefly the Bethlehem Star 10. Also then the arrival of a comet (Halleys) 11. Signifying since ancient times death and rebirth 12. It so happened that in this year 13. Passover fell on a Friday

360. 1. The word of the birth of a new Jewish Messiah 2. Quickly spread through family and friends 3. Unto Qumran and the House of Elizabeth and John the Baptist 4. Upon hearing of the birth 5. High Priest Simon the new High Priest of YAHU 6. later also known as Simon Magus 7. Did immediately go to Herod Archelaus
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8. And told him of Joesphs plan to bring forth 9. A dynasty of messiah to end all title for all Herods 10. Archelaus then did inform his brother Antipas 11. The Sadducee Priests who supported Joseph at the time 12. Sent word of the wrath of the Herods 13. And Joseph, Mary and their new born son 14. Escaped back to Nazara 15. But in his anger, Antipas ordered his militia 16. To seek out all new born in Bethlehem 17. And surrounds and put them to the sword 18. Hundreds of innocents were murdered 19. Upon word that Joseph and Mary had escaped 20. Antipas ordered his troops deep into Galilee 21. Whereupon a battle ensued between 22. The guerilla forces of Judas of Galilee 23. And the Roman and Militia forces of Antipas

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24. When Praetorian Centurion Gaius Cornelius 25. In Caesarea Maritima 26. Heard word Antipas had ordered troops 27. To seek Joseph and Mary 28. And the murder of the innocents 29. He sent word to Rome 30. Within a few weeks 31. Archeleaus was summonsed to Rome 32. Imprisoned and then exiled 33. His brother Antipas was stripped of his Roman troops 34. Augustus sent Publius Sulpicius Quirinius 35. A noble Senator to Syria as the new legate 36. And commander for the region 37. Appointing Coponius the Prefect (Governor) 38. Of the new province of Judea 39. Replacing Archeleus 40. Following the murderous and corrupt reign 41. Of Archelaus and the sons of Herod 42. Quirinius ordered a census 43. So that accounts, taxes and order might be restored 44. An idea copied by the Roman legate Tiberius Quinctilius Varus 45. in Germania a few months later 46. Thus the Holly Family in Galilee was saved 47. From the Herods

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (6 AD) 3. Upon the appointment of Coponius as Prefect 4. Ananus (Ananias), son of Seth 5. Was appointed by legate Quirinius 6. As High Priest of the Temple of Jerusalem 7. Upon his appointment 8. High Priest Ananias did welcome Joseph (C-CILEANN) 9. Into the Great Sanhedrin 10. Against the opposition of Simon of Qumran 11. And Gamaliel the Elder. 363. 1. In the year 9 13. Was named Judas 14. Also known as Jude and 15. Thomas which means twin

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16. The last child was known as Miriam 17. Also known as Mary 18. These are the six children 19. Of Joseph (C-CILEANN) and Mary

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (9 AD) 3. News was sent to Joseph (C-CILEANN) 4. King Cunobelinus of the Catuvellauni in Britannii 5. From the area of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire 6. Did attack and hold the lands of the Trinovances of Essex 7. And the strategically important city 8. of Camulodunum (Colchester) 9. The craftty Catuvellauni under King Tasciovanus 10. Had begun paying tribute to Rome 11. And Augustus had recognized him as King of Britain 12. Now his son King Cunobelinus sought the right through the Romans 13. To take control of the wealth and power 14. of the Mining regions Of the Holly Kings 15. Upon the news, Joseph (C-CILEANN) 16. Was forced as his primary duty to return to Britannii

362. 1. Following the birth of Jesus 2. Joseph (C-CILEANN) and Mary 3. Did have six other children 4. The second child was named Martha 5. Her name also Matia 6. To distinguish her from the others (Mary's) 7. Wrongly called Salome by Some 8. The third eldest was James 9. Also known as James the Just 10. The fourth child of Mary 11. Was Jose which means Joseph 12. The fifth child of Joseph and Mary

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17. So Joseph with Jesus now 3 years of age 18. Martha (Matia) aged 1 19. And Mary did leave with Centurion Cornelius 20. And his loyal troop 21. From Caesarea Maritima 22. To the lands of the Drumonii and Durotriges 23. In the west of Britannii 24. There, Joseph did fortify his estate at Glastonbury 25. And seek terms with King Cunobelinus 26. For the continued safe trade of tin 27. Later that same year (10 AD) 28. In Glastonbury Mary did give birth to James 364. 1. In the year 10 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (10 AD) 3. Upon hearing of the return of his son C-CILEANN (Joseph) 4. And his family 5. The old King C-RO(N) was overjoyed 6. A hollow existence transformed 7. He did call his court to prepare a welcome 365. 1. In the year 11

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8. But the great curse ushered in his anger 9. Did prevent his son and his family 10. From ever setting foot upon the sacred Isle 11. While the King was alive 12. At the thought his son and grandchildren 13. Being so close, yet so far 14. The King did have a fit 15. in angst and anger 16. Which caused him to lose speech 17. And the use of his legs 18. The King, still of sound mind 19. Did call for a pen and scroll 19. Upon which he ordered his court 20. To prepare him to see his son 21. With his own eyes 22. One last time, by seating him upon a ship 23. News was sent to Joseph and Mary 24. That the King would come 25. But as the ship left the shore of Ireland 26. The king did give up the ghost 27. True to the last word of the King 28. The ship with the dead King did pass the shore 29. Where Joseph did see his father for the last time.

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (11 AD) 3. Upon the death of the great Holly King C-RO(N) 4. C-CILEANN (Joseph) was sent word 5. to return to Tara for his crowning as King
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6. But Joseph refused 7. saying he would not set foot upon the sacred Isle 8. Until the curses of his father and the Holly had been lifted 9. That the White (Limestone) Stone of Destiny 10. The foundation stone of Ebla 11. The Pharaoh stone of Hyksos 12. The stone of Messiah Kings 13. may come to him 14. At Glastonbury if that be the will of the Druids 15. Thus for the first and last time 16. C-CILEANN (Joseph) was crowned a Holly King at Glastonbury 17. And Mary his Queen. 18. There Joseph did devote his time 19. to improve the administration of mining and trade 20. In expanding production and bringing in skills from Judea 21. With the assistance of the Sadducee families 22. Including High Priest Ananus (Ananias) 23. And the handsome King Herod Philip 24. son of the Hasmonean Queen Mariamne 366. 1. Whilst at Glastonbury

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25. with whom he had become close friends

2. High King C-CILEANN (Joseph) 3. Ordered that the finest manuscripts and ancient documents 4. Be brought to Glastonbury 5. For the tutoring of his son Jesus 6. Already at aged five 7. Jesus was a brilliant student 8. Natural at languages 9. On account of the travel and people he had seen 10. At the earliest age of six 11. Jesus could speak no less than five ancient languages 12. Whether it be Greek, or Latin 13. Whether it be the ancient tongue of the Holly (proto-Gaelic) 14. Or the languages of the Aramaic tribes 15. In written language, Jesus had already begun to master 16. Ancient Greek, Sanskrit and Latin 17. Jesus was fascinated with the hieroglyphs of the Egyptians 18. And quickly learned how to read the scrolls brought to Ireland 19. By his ancestors, the Hyksos Kings 20. Even the King, a man well known for his knowledge
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21. Did have trouble in debate and questions from his son 22. But of all things, Jesus loved to converse with people 23. of all races and creeds 24. In an ancient world where even the most learned of High Priests 25. Rarely spoke more than two languages 26. The brilliance of Jesus spread as legend 368. 1. In the year 14

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12. First he did replace High Priest Ananus (Ananias) 13. Secondly he did seek out with force the Sicarii 14. And settlements of zealots throughout the region 15. Destroying their lands completely

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (14 AD) 3. Herod Philip I, the most handsome son of Mariamne 4. Ruler of Northern Galilee 5. And the wife of Philip whose name was Salome 6. Daughter of Aristobulus III of Judea 7. Did give birth to a daughter named Mariamne 8. Of such great beauty 9. it was as if Her grandmother, 10. beloved wife of Herod the Great 11. Had been reborn 12. For her birth was a resurrection 13. Of the blood of the Hasmoneans 14. Like no other

367. 1. In the year 14 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (14 AD) 3. Emperor Augustus of Rome 4. Did give up the ghost 5. And his stepson Tiberius did succeed him as Emperor 6. A sombre and unwilling god 7. He did not lead like Augustus 8. Allowing men of low character to assume power 9. The following years Valerius Gratus 10. Was appointed Prefect (Governor) of Iudaea (Judea) 11. And did set about creating enemies throughout the region

369. 1. In the year 15 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (15 AD) 3. In the city of Tarsus in the Roman province of Cilicia 4. A sacred city to the worship of Dagan, Baal and Cybele 5. Was born to from the House of Menelaus 6. Of the House of Benjamin

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7. The only High Priest of Benjamin to rule the Temple 8. The traitor who sold the treasure 9. of the temple to the Assyrians 10. And claimed their own right of kingship 11. through the fable 12. Of the mythical Ishmael and mysterious noble princesses 13. a powerful Sadducee family 14. Who continued the dark arts of ancients 15. A son named Saul was born 16. Also known later as Paul and St. Paul 17. The line of Menelaus 18. Hated the priests of Yeb 19. And the druids and line of Judah 19. On account of their own deficiencies 20. And the rule of Keltoi in Galatia 21. That closed their satanic pagan temples 22. In the same year as the birth of Saul 23. Matthias, son of Ananus (Ananias) the High Priest 24. The powerful Syrian Sadducee 25. Gave birth to a son he named Joseph 26. Also known as Flavius Josephus 27. And St. Luke 371. 1. In the year 18
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28. These two men who were to become best of friends 29. Students and classmates of Gamaliel the Elder

370. 1. In the year 16 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (16 AD) 3. High Priest Ananus (Ananias) did write to his friend 4. High King Joseph (C-CILEANN) 5. Ha Rama Theo, His Divine Highness 6. High King of Ireland 7. Holly (Holy) King 8. Wrongly written as Arimetheo 9. To plead for his help on behalf the Jews 10. For Valerius Gratus was every bit as cruel 11. As his former mentor Publius Quinctilius Varus 12. Who had put down the rebellion 13. At the time of the death of Herod the Great 14. By the following year King Joseph 15. Had secured the affairs of the sacred isle 16. And place trusted administrators for the affairs 17. Of the Kingdom 18. And greatly increased the trade and wealth of mining, 19. Trade and manufacture 20. He did return to Judea 21. The richest man in the ancient world 22. A King in his own right

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (18 AD) 3. High King Joseph (C-CILEANN) 4. Queen Mary, Jesus and his other children 5. Did return to Judea 6. And established a modest palace upon the grounds 7. Of their estate at Bethany 8. While he could no longer return to Nazara 9. Because of his status 10. Joseph did continue to fund 11. the construction of the town 12. Upon his return High Priest Ananus (Ananias) 13. Was overjoyed and did speak to the High King 14. Concerning the new Prefect 15. High King Joseph (CCILEANN) 16. Did then go to Caesaria Maritama 17. The seat of power of the Prefect 18. And spoke with him 19. The Prefect unaccustomed to Entertaining 20. such Roman and ancient nobility 21. Did inquire what interest such a great priest-king 372. 1. In the year 18

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22. Would have in the affairs of the Jews 23. High King Joseph (C-CILEANN) 24. Did remind the Prefect 25. that since the time of the ancients 26. Before the founding of Rome 27. It had been custom amongst all civilized peoples 28. That the Holly speak first 29. That Julius Caesar and Gaius Augustus Octavianus 30. Had honored this most important custom 31. Prefect Valerius Gratus in deep regret of his offence 32. Asked what might mitigate 33. To which High King Joseph (C-CILEANN) 34. Replied that the position of High Priest be restored 35. To a family of honor through High Priest Ananus (Ananias) 36. Soon after, the Roman Prefect replaced the position 37. of High Priest again to Caiaphas 38. son in law of Ananus (Ananias) 39. who ruled the position of High Priest 40. for eighteen years 41. without interruption from a Prefect again

2. Upon the appointment of Caiphas to High Priest 3. Ananus (Ananias) did ask the Holly King 4. Ha Rama Theo 5. The Lion of Judah 6. That His son might come before the Great Sanhedrin
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7. To confirm his knowledge of Jewish scripture and law 8. But also to witness the mighty command of language 9. Alleged from this boy Jesus 10. To test his skill, 11. Caiphas Invited priestly representatives 12. from all the Temples and embassies of ancient cultures 13. Within the region 14. Greek priests came 15. Latin priests came 16. Magi from the ancient land of the Persians 17. Even Brahman from the lands of India did come to bear witness 18. Ananus (Ananias) did first ask Jesus 19. questions concerning Jewish law and scripture 20. To which he showed a deep understanding, 21. quoting scripture with ease 22. Then he did translate such scripture from Hebrew and Aramaic 23. into the languages Of the guests, 24. All were amazed of his knowledge, 25. even Gamaliel the Elder who proclaimed 373.

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26. Only a person sent by God could possess such a gift 27. He will be a great Messiah 28. To which uproar began amongst the Great Sanhedrin 29. as Priests from Qumran did argue against such claims 30. High Priest Simon known later as Simon Magus 31. Challenged Gamaliel and Ananias 32. Is this not the son of a foreign King? 33. A Roman noble not a Jew? 34. He is no messiah. 35. Only a Jew pure of blood and heart 36. May be called so. 37. All knew Simon spoke for John the Baptist 38. The miraculous son of Zedekiah 39. Who had been groomed like Elijah 40. As a new messiah 41. In anger, the priests of Qumran did leave 42. And Caiphas completed the test 43. With Jesus quoting scripture from each ancient culture

1. The remarkable feat of the crown prince Jesus 2. Before the wisest group of ancient priests 3. From all faiths 4. Spread far and wide 5. That he would be the one 6. A Great Messiah King
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7. Soon after 8. Gamaliel the Elder 9. Sought support to found 10. A great school for the best students 11. Of Jewish families 12. From all corners of the world 13. In which they would be taught scriptures 14. And to write not only in Hebrew and Aramaic 15. But in all the great languages 16. Caiphas and Ananus (Ananias) 17. were also Inspired by the feats 18. of the young prince Jesus 19. They did call upon the High King Joseph 20. To be patron of a grand scriptorium 21. Next to the Temple 22. Where hundreds of the greatest Jewish scribes 23. from around The ancient world 24. Would be gathered and the sacred texts 25. Of the Jews would be transcribed 26. In multiple copies 27. Into all the great languages 28. High King Joseph (CCILEANN) 29. Did agree to support Caiphas 30. And gave such generous funds 374. 31. That the scriptorium and scribes

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32. Would be built and kept open for years 33. But High Priest Simon of YAHU 34. And Qumran did consider Jesus an abomination 35. To their plans of a Messiah 36. Simon did send word to all Communities 37. of the Therapeutae 38. And all Temples under his control 39. Not to send their children 40. To the new school of Gamaliel 41. Nor to support Joseph and the claims concerning Jesus 42. Instead, John the Baptist 43. Was sent out at the age of 18 44. to the River Jordan 45. Dressed in skins like the myths of Elijah 46. To begin a ministry 47. To The sick and poor who travelled 48. To these waters in the hope 49. Of miracle cures 50. And introduce a new ceremony 51. Devised by the priests of Qumran 52. Called Baptism 53. That persons not of priestly blood 54. Could through The immersion in water 55. Be cleansed of past deeds 56. And gain spiritual protection

1. Many times since his return from Britannii

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2. High King Joseph (C-CILEANN) 3. Queen Mary and their family 4. Were entertained by the handsome Prince Herod Philip 5. At his palace upon the shores of Galilee 6. And at his palace within the Roman military city 7. Of Caesaria Maritama 8. While a Herod by birth 9. Philip was also Hasmonean 10. By his mother 11. And longed for a return to the greatness 12. Of the Macabees 13. Joseph and Philip did discuss such matters 14. Of the apocolyptic cult of Qumran 15. Obsessed in writing of the end of the world 16. And bringing a Messiah 17. Whose real parents were unknown 18. They did also discuss the wonders 19. and skill of Prince Jesus 20. That through his marriage 21. to their young daughter Mariamne 22. When she became of age 23. Might bring forth Messiah Kings 24. Of undisputed authority 375. 1. In the year 22

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25. For Philip married to his cousin Salome 26. The daughter of Aristobulus III 27. Had produced the purest 28. Remaining blood of the Hasmoneans 29. Through Princess Mariamne 30. And through Joseph 31. Was the blood of the prophets 32. And the Lions of Judah 33. Their progeny 34. would Be without peer

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (22 AD) 3. The word of John the Baptist had spread 4. Thousands flocked to the shores 5. Of the River Jordan 6. To hear of his sermons 7. Of the evil of man 8. Of the wickedness of rich priests 9. and those that claimed to be 10. the only messengers of God 11. The Baptists preached constantly 12. of the coming armageddon 13. of the war between angels and demons 14. And the day of judgment 15. When God would cast all sinners into Hell 16. And only those baptized in the spirit would be saved 17. A great messiah he had become
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18. Not only for the uneducated 19. But nobles as well 20. Who were entranced by his knowledge of scripture 21. and his powerful message of fear 22. Many who had been baptized by John 23. claimed miracle cures 24. Some claimed their sight restored 25. Others claimed they were once lame and now could walk 26. That John the Baptist 27. had cast out hundreds of devils 28. that the angels of heaven 29. did shine perpetual light upon him 30. Such was the power of John the Baptist 31. and his new ceremony of Baptism 32. that many Pharisees and Sadducee Priests 33. themselves had gone to John the Baptist 34. to be Baptized 35. For the priests of Qumran 36. had spreading the word 37. to all the Jewish world 38. in support of John the Baptist 39. that any person not baptized 40. was doomed to hell 376. 1. High King Joseph 2. the true lion of Judah 3. and Messiah King

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41. and any person who was a priest and not baptized 42. was an agent for satan 43. and the army of demons opposing god 44. While Gamaliel the Elder and Ananias 45. had resisted the popular voice of the Baptist 46. Ananias did encourage his sons 47. to go to John the Baptist 48. and be baptized 49. Including Eleazar, Jonathan, Theophilus, Matthias 50. and Ananus the younger

4. did resist calls for Jesus and his other children 5. to be baptized by John the Baptist 6. on account that such claims 7. made by High Priest Simon 8. in support of the baptist 9. were things of fable and trickery 10. King Joseph did call Simon 11. Simon the Magician 12. or Simon Magus as a name of derision 13. a name which became popular 14. to be used by Gamaliel and the House of Ananias 15. on account of his trickery of Qumran 16. But even for their doubt 17. the popularity of the Baptist 18. continued to grow

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19. even the recognition 20. by increasing numbers of Jews 21. of the new year of 22 22. on account of the years 23. since the coming of John the Baptist 24. as the Messiah 25. In the end, the pressure was to great to ignore 26. and High King Joseph summonsed his son Jesus 27. to appear before John the Baptist 28. to be baptized. 10. The bank of the river

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11. where the Baptist Was standing in the shallows 12. And knelt in the water his head bowed 13. Whereupon the Baptist did speak for all to hear 14. Cousin! You grace me with your presence. 15. Is it not I who should be baptized by you? 16. Behold the great messiah 17. By your voice shall the heavens open 18. And anoint you themselves? 19. With this, Jesus of eighteen years did stand 20. To look directly at his cousin and spoke 21. Brother John, I did not come to dishonor 22. Nor to be dishonored 23. I did not call these people to bear witness 24. But am present on account of duty 25. If this be your will, I shall depart 26. John the Baptist then did grasp the arm of Jesus 27. And held him fast, lifting his hand 28. Holding it next to his 29. The hands of the Baptist, coarse and calloused 30. The hands of Jesus, smooth and manicured 31. As supple as a child 32. The Baptist did speak 33. If you truly are a Messiah 34. Worthy to lead my people 35. Then I shall baptize you 36. And bow before you 37. For forty nights hence we shall fast 38. And if you be Gods anointed messenger 39. Then the angels shall give you

377. 1. In the year 22 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (22 AD) 3. The crafty priests of Qumran had spread the world 4. That Prince Jesus, the supposed young Messiah 5. Would be coming to honor John the Baptist 6. And be baptized 7. So that thousands lined the banks of the river 8. And the high points to see this historic encounter 9. Slowly and with respect, Jesus approached

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40. Strength and courage 41. The Baptist had therefore challenged Jesus 42. As a Prince of the most sacred and ancient bloodlines 43. of all humanity 44. Except for his planned birth 45. Jesus had never before slept in anything less 46. than the softest bed and the finest cottons 47. He had never been without a meal 48. Of the finest meats and delicacies 49. He had never been too cold or too warm 50. Of without devoted attendants 51. To care for his every need 52. Whereas the Baptist had been forced from 53. The very youngest of ages 54. To live like a wild beast 55. In hiding from the Herods 56. In adapting to the harsh sun and wind 57. Even then in his animal skins 58. He looked like first man 59. In spite of this, to decline 60. In front of hundreds of witnesses 61. Would disgrace his father and 62. Countless ancestors 378. 63. Even if such a challenge 64. Meant death 65. Jesus accepted the challenge

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66. And the crowd watched as the Baptist and Jesus 67. Departed together across to the East bank of the river 68. into the wilderness.

1. The first day in the wilderness, the Baptist took Jesus 2. To a small grove with fresh water stream 3. surrounded by olive and fruit trees 4. There they did sit and pray 5. In the manner of the ancient psalms 6. And venerations for which 7. Jesus was familiar 8. By the end of the first day 9. The pain of hunger had come 10. But Jesus did not speak of relief 11. Only when the Baptist did wet his lips 12. Did Jesus allow himself the touch of the water 13. The second day the Baptist repeated the same 14. As the roar of hunger did churn in the belly of Jesus 15. By the third, the hunger had been replaced 16. by A lightness of head that made the eyes heavy 17. Then John the Baptist Did take Jesus 18. To an exposed dusty plain 19. Where only a bush sprung from the earth

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20. There the Baptist sat and began picking the berries 21. From the bush, giving equal portion to Jesus 22. Upon consuming the berries 23. Jesus was violently ill 24. But as the Baptist remained seated 25. Eating berries in the morning and the evening 26. Jesus too did eat 27. By the seventh day, the fair skin of Jesus 28. Was scorched and blistered 29. His brown hair dirty and matted 30. Then the Baptist did take Jesus to a high point 31. Overlooking the valley of the River Jordan 32. When they were seated the Baptist 33. Did speak for the first time in seven days 34. Why do you torture yourself so? 35. Jesus replied 36. Because it is by Gods will 37. that he wants you to test me 38. The Baptist replied 39. I have lived in the desert all my life 40. If it be four hundred days instead of forty 41. Then on dust alone I could live 379.

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42. But you, a prince have not suffered want for naught 43. Is it you believe yourself to be the true messiah? 44. To which Jesus replied 45. I am my fathers son 46. The Baptist enraged then challenged Jesus 47. That if he think himself a god 48. Then call on the angels of heaven to cushion his fall 49. And throw himself from the cliff 50. But Jesus would not be tempted. 51. After two days 52. The Baptist returned him to the grove 53. And tempted him with the fruit trees 54. Which Jesus resisted 55. Then back to the dusty plain and the single tree 56. As each day passed 57. Whatever the Baptist would eat and do 58. Jesus would also 59. As each day passed Jesus grew stronger in mind 60. And the Baptist grew more frustrated

1. Finally on the thirtieth day the Baptist enquired of Jesus 2. Cousin, what do you know of the truth of gods wisdom? 3. Jesus did speak of Jewish scripture and custom 4. To which the Baptist replied 5. I respect the discipline and respect of such custom 6. But Cousin we both are schooled in deeper wisdom

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7. A history that is not fable 8. What then is the real truth of gods wisdom? 9. To which Jesus spoke of other cultures scripture 10. To which the Baptist replied that he too could quote 11. Other scripture by rote, but its meaning 12. Was a separate matter 13. Jesus did ask then what he meant by his question 14. To which the Baptist replied 15. You may be the true Messiah by blood 16. The messenger of God 17. Descended from holy bloodlines 18. But you know nothing of the truth of gods wisdom 19. The Baptist then remained silent 20. for the final nine days 21. Until the end of the forty days 22. Out of the wilderness the two men came 23. Jesus unrecognizable as a Crown Prince 24. On account of his tattered clothes 25. And animal fur for warmth and protection 26. His gaunt and dirty frame 380.

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27. Unto the river Jordan the Baptist did take him 28. And anointed him as promised 29. Thereupon Jesus vanished into the crowd and disappeared

1. After three days from emerging from the wilderness 2. The Household guard of High King Joseph 3. did Ask John the Baptist the location of Jesus 4. To which the Baptist refused to reply 5. Upon hearing of the disappearance of his son 6. And the reluctance of the Baptist to speak 7. Joseph requested that Herod Philip 8. Arrest John the Baptist without Incident 9. and bring him to his palace in Galilee 10. On account of his close friendship 11. and that the daughter of Herod Philip 12. whose name was Mariamne 13. also known as Mary Magdalene 14. was betrothed to Jesus 15. when she was to come of age 16. There in the prison of Herod Philip 17. the Baptist remained 18. Silent and in prayer 19. Until the riddle of the disappearance of Jesus 20. Was solved

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381. 1. In the year 22

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (22AD) 3. After forty days in the desert 4. With John the Baptist 5. Where he tempted and tested 6. The young prince 7. Jesus did use his changed appearance 8. To escape from his guard 9. And travel North along the ancient highway 10. Along the Jordan Valley 11. To the great city of Damascus 12. There, using his skill of languages 13. He did join a caravan 14. As an interpreter 15. Thus began a great journey East 16. Along the Asian silk road 17. In search of the truth 18. Of the words of the Baptist 19. The caravan made its way 20. First across the Syrian desert 21. Then South East along the Euphrates 22. To the famous city of Babylon 23. Through the gates of Ishtar 24. And a wonder of the ancient world 25. There, Jesus did see the ziggurat of Nebuchadnezzar 26. And the Hanging Gardens 382.

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27. The Caravan did then travel along the River Tigris 28. To east and the great city of Susa 29. In Susa, a capital of Parthia 30. And most ancient city 31. Jesus did encounter the Magi 32. And living history he had only read 33. In ancient texts 34. Upon speaking with the priests 35. And his knowledge 36. That even the priests themselves did not know 37. They recognized him 38. As the famed Holly (Holy) Prince 39. Jesus pleaded with them 40. Not to reveal his identity 41. And he did stay with the priests for a while 42. Speaking of all he knew 43. And learning the wisdom of the Zoroastrians

1. High King Joseph sought ways to find his son 2. To make a handsome reward 3. And to speak to the Romans for help 4. King Herod Philip and Ananias cautioned him 5. For making a reward 6. That would encourage thieves 7. And men of low character 8. And risk a ransom 9. Instead, the best and most Trusted men 10. Were sent in pairs 11. Across the ancient world

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12. In search of Jesus 13. To the north, the south, the east 14. And west into Egypt 15. Each with officials letters of the High King 16. For the Prince to return

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16. For Zoroaster did speak as if a great Jewish prophet 17. Hundreds of years before jewish scripture 18. But without confusion 19. Of human sacrifice and idol worship 20. At Kum, Jesus also witnessed religions 21. from other parts of the world 22. The ancient Jains and their enlightened vision 23. Of a conscious universe 24. The Buddhist monks, 25. The Hindu Brahmans 26. Jesus did leave the Zoroastrian priests and travelled north 27. To The mighty city of Ray (on Caspian Sea) 28. in the ancient Kingdom of Hyrcania 29. which means land of the wolves 30. From Ray Jesus did travel east to Meru (city of Mary) 31. The centre of the world for Hindus

383. 1. The Magi priests, so impressed with Jesus 2. Did plead with him to travel east 3. from Susa into the Great Zagros Mountains 4. Up through to Borujerd 5. East to Kashan 6. Then North to the most sacred city of Kum (Qom) 7. There to meet the most senior priests 8. Of Zoroaster of the time 9. Jesus agreed and did travel in disguise 10. As a Zoroastrian priest 11. In Kum, Jesus did spend time 12. With the greatest of the Magi priests 13. In understanding their wisdom and culture 14. And the nature of Gods wisdom 15. Concluding that the scripture of the Jews was not first

384. 1. In the year 23 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (23 AD) 3. At Meru, Jesus did spend time with the Brahmins 4. In learning their poems 5. And discussing the nature of re-birth 6. and the migration of the soul 7. With the Brahmins, Jesus did then travel 8. From Meru East and then South East 9. Into Bagrm and the great valley of in Aria

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10. Then south East through the Hindu Kush mountains 11. To the great city of Gazak (Kabul) 12. Then south East to Mathura 13. the centre of worship of Krishna 14. to the great Temple of Keshav Dev 15. in the Surasena Kingdom 16. There in Mathura, Jesus did spend time 17. With the greatest of Hindu Priests 18. On the nature of the world 19. And gods wisdom 20. The Jains being well regarded 21. For their pious ways 22. And frugality of possessions 23. The non-harm of any living creature 24. As holy men who did not partake 25. in the eating of meat 26. And respect of all living things as equal 27. So wise was Jesus that the Hindi Jain were amazed 28. Word did spread that Krishna was reborn 29. in the form of Jesus 30. and thousands flocked to see the living Krishna 31. Fearing his identity would soon be revealed 32. And be forced to return home 385. 1. In the year 25

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33. Jesus left Mathura and travelled south 34. Shaving his beard and his hair 35. To hide and travel with a group of Buddhist monks

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (25 AD) 3. Jesus with the Buddhist monks did arrive 4. At the city of Mathas Goa 5. Near the Western coast of India 6. Here he did spend time in understanding 7. the nature of Buddhism 8. and completed his vows 9. to never harm again a living thing 10. a vow to never again eat meat 11. or drink any part of an animals 12. nor to partake in any ceremony 13. of such ritual 14. to live life truthfully with austerity 15. For The story of the life of Prince Siddhartha Gautama 16. Called the Buddha 17. So close to the life of Prince Jesus 18. That it was if both Princes were as brothers 19. That in Buddhism he did immerse himself 20. Towards enlightenment and becoming an awakened one 21. The importance of self knowledge 22. The transience of human wants and desire 23. At this place, Jesus achieved enlightenment

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24. To his destiny and path 25. A great calm and radiance did then fall upon him 26. So wise was Jesus 27. So devoted to these new teachings 28. That he could speak to any person 29. from any part of the world 30. in their native tongue 31. That many thousands of monks came to Goa 32. To witness the incarnation of a bodhisattva 33. They believed to be the Maitreya Buddha 34. But fearing again his identity as a holly prince 35. Would soon be discovered 36. Jesus left Goa by boat 37. West to the city of Adan in Arabia

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6. the judge of life and death known as El-Alla 7. And his consort the goddess kybela (Cybele) 8. Who destroyed their lands on account 9. Of their wickedness 10. Jesus did speak of his knowledge upon his journey 11. And the existence of a universe god 12. of love Not hate 13. But also of ancient history of the great lands 14. of the Arabs 15. So amazed were the Arabian holy men 16. That they called Jesus a great prophet 17. And pleaded upon him to visit 18. their most Sacred shrine the at Mecca 19. Jesus then did travel North 20. With the Arabian holy men 21. To the temple village of Mecca 22. Unto the shrine in honor of Kybele 23. The goddess of the black rocks 24. Who had destroyed 25. the ancient lands of the Arabs 26. and who still demanded constant devotion 27. under threat of more destruction 28. There Jesus did honor his hosts 29. By praying before the shrine in Mecca 30. And kissing the black (meteorite) rock 31. the foundation stone of the shrine 32. But did not permit himself to eat meat 33. Upon leaving Mecca 34. The Arabian holy men did promise 35. To take Jesus across the waters
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36. Of the Arabian sea 37. And the great desert 38. To the city of Thebes 39. In honor of his ancestors 388. 1. In the year 27 387. 1. In the year 26 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (26 AD) 3. A new Prefect (Governor) was appointed to Iudaea (Judea) 4. His name was Marcus Pontius Pilatus (Pontius Pilate) 5. An Equestrian noble whose family originally 6. from the former Celtic region of Samnium 7. in the southern central Apennine Mountains 8. Hard won his gold ring 9. To free his family nobilty restored 10. With large estates in the region of Massalia (Marseilles) 11. in the South of France 12. Wise in the art of diplomacy 13. Did act with honor 14. To the High King Joseph (CCILEANN) 15. Ha Rama Theo (His Divine Highness)
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16. And soon after upon frequent visits 17. Became close friends

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (27 AD) 3. Jesus did arrive at Thebes 4. And the ancient temples 5. Of his ancestors 6. The Hyksos Kings 7. There he did meet priests of Amen-Ra 8. Who showed him the ancient temples and tombs 9. Jesus then did show the priests 10. The names of long lost kings 11. And the meaning of hieroglyphs 12. Long forgotten over the sands of time 13. From his childhood days 14. Jesus had remembered 15. the ancient Egyptian scrolls of his father 16. he did speak with the priests 17. of their history 18. and the history of Egypt 19. The priests were amazed 20. And convinced of the truth of Jesus 21. Descended from the greatest Pharaohs 22. From the Hyksos Kings 23. They had also heard of the search 24. for the missing Messiah prince 25. The High Priest of Amen-Ra

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26. Did then induct Jesus into the ancient mysteries of Ka 27. At the conclusion 28. the Priests did then anoint Jesus 29. The Ptah (Peter and Father) 30. The rock abd father of Egypt 31. As true Pharaoh 32. The son of God 33. As was custom to call Pharaoh 34. But lesser priests hearing of handsome rewards 35. For finding Jesus did alert the Romans 36. Who sent word to Judea 37. That Jesus had been found 38. A guard was sent with official letters 39. From the High King Joseph 40. Ha Rama Theo (His Divine Highness) 41. Calling upon his son to return 42. With the escort, 43. Jesus returned to his fathers estate at Bethany

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3. Jesus returned to Judea and to Bethany 4. So overjoyed was his father 5. That he called for a great banquet feast 6. At which all the nobility of the region 7. Were invited, including the Roman Prefect 8. Hosted by King Herod Philip 9. Jesus was robed in the finest cloth 10. And all attention of the King 11. Was upon his eldest son 12. James, the third eldest did complain 13. To his father in front of the court 14. That he had done everything his father had asked 15. He had never run away 16. And yet Jesus had brought disgrace upon the name 17. Of the family and yet the King 18. did lavish him with praise 19. To which the King did reply 20. What you did, you did out of duty 21. But what my beloved son did 22. he did for a noble cause 23. For my son who was dead 24. Has now returned 25. At the conclusion of the banquet 26. King Herod Philip 27. Summonsed John the Baptist 28. From the prison 29. And released him 30. Upon the oath that he would 31. Never again seek to raise himself up as Messiah 32. Nor threaten Jesus, the Lion of Judah

389. 1. In the year 29 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (29 AD)

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33. John agreed and threw away the skins 34. And the life of a hermit 35. For the clothes of a priest 36. Accepted as an esteemed member of the Sanhedrin 37. For the rest of his years 38. He answered to the name John ben Zecheriah 39. Wrongly written as Johanan ben Zakkai 40. By those that wish to hide 41. But to his followers 42. He was always the Baptist and true Messiah 11. Soon after the wedding feast,

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12. Caiphas and Ananias invited Jesus 13. to accompany them 14. As an honor to Jesus 15. to pray with them at the Temple 16. But when Jesus came to the Temple forecourt 17. And saw the countless stalls 18. selling living animals 19. for burning and slaughter 20. Jesus was enraged and set about 21. Freeing all the animals and birds 22. And destroying the stalls 23. Shouting that such sacrifice 24. Is an abomination to god 25. Who respects all living things 26. and wishes no animal harmed 27. The Temple guards were ordered to stand aside 28. And witness the destruction 29. For here was the Messiah prince 30. Of most noble blood 31. And guests of the High Priests 32. They did wait until Jesus finally tired 33. And returned him to Bethany 34. After his actions at the Temple 35. Word spread that Prince Jesus 36. Might be suffering a madness 37. On account of his long exile 38. To which Jesus asked his fathers permission 39. To go North to Nazara 40. And spend time with his new wife

390. 1. The following year (30 AD) 2. A great wedding was held 3. For Prince Jesus and Princess Mariamne 4. The most beautiful young woman 5. In all the ancient world 6. The daughter of the handsome King Herod Philip 7. All the finest of nobles 8. And the wisest of priests were invited 9. Even High Priest Simon and John the Baptist 10. Were invited in reconciliation

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41. Away from Jerusalem 391. 1. In the year 31 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (31AD) 3. Jesus and his wife Princess Mariamne 4. Settled in Nazara 5. His father, true to his word 6. Had begun a great school 7. Teaching not the children of priests and noble 8. But teaching the bright children 9. Of Galilee 10. For the first time 11. The children of farmers, of fishermen and zealots 12. Could read, speak and write 13. As educated men 14. Jesus came to his new role 15. As the head teacher of the school of Nazara 16. In the same year 17. Princess Mariamne 18. Also known as Mary Magdalene 19. And Jesus 20. Gave birth to their first child 21. a son named Judah 22. Also known as Judas 23. The pure noble blooded messiah 392. 1. In the year 32

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24. First born in which all the messiah 25. Bloodlines did run 26. It was at Nazara 27. That Jesus began to write his Gospels 28. The most important being 29. The Gospel of Truth 30. and the Gospel of the Origin of the World

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (32 AD) 3. Word had spread of the great teacher 4. Jesus of Nazara 5. Who did teach not only 6. The sons of nobles and priests 7. But the sons of common folk 8. His stories concerning his travels 9. Were greatly admired 10. As were his parables 11. For when he spoke, hundreds sought to hear 12. In all languages he spoke 13. So that his fame continued to spread 14. Thus many of the nobles 15. And even some priests 16. Began to withdraw their children 17. From the school of Gamaliel the Elder 18. And seek to have Jesus tutor 19. Their sons at the school at Nazara 20. But a handful of students remained loyal To Gamaliel

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21. Including Joseph, son of Matthias Ananias 22. Also known as Josephus Flavius and St. Luke 23. And Saul of Tarsus also known as St. Paul 24. Gamaliel pledged to these loyal students 25. That he would make them great scholars 26. And shield them from the blasphemies of Jesus 27. High King Joseph had grown weary 28. Of the pettiness of Jerusalem 29. And did spend more time 30. Tending to his affairs in Britannii and Spain 31. And more time with the Romans 32. Especially his friend Marcus Pontius Pilatus 33. When the Holly King had returned 34. Gamaliel and Caiphas went up 35. And pleaded their case concerning his son 36. Ha Rama Theo (His Divine Highness) asked what 37. Jesus had said that was evil 38. And neither men could speak 39. Joseph replied that without a statement 393. 1. In the year 33

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40. Of malice or untruth, he was unable 41. To reprimand his son 42. Both men left cursing the honey mouths 43. Of the druids and the House of Joseph 44. Once friends had become the most fearsome of foes 45. Yet once foes had also become friends 46. For John the Baptist 47. Now known as John bar Zechariah 48. And wrong as Johanan ben Zakkai 49. Did go to Nazara 50. To hear and see Jesus for himself 51. He did spend time with Jesus 52. Learning of his travels 53. And his lessons 54. Jesus did thank the Baptist for opening his eyes 55. And they became good friends

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (33 AD) 3. Mariamne And Jesus 4. Gave birth to their second child 5. a daughter named Mary 6. In honor of the mother of Mary 7. In the same year 8. Gamaliel, Simon of Qumran and Caiphas 9. All working in unison 10. Did convince both Antipas and Herod Philip 11. That if the school of Nazara did continue

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12. There would be great war Across Judea 13. the likes of which had never been 14. For they claimed Jesus 15. was Teaching treason 16. That the scriptures of the Jews were mere fables 17. That the sacrifice of animals 18. In the eyes of God was an abomination 19. That the real gods of the Jews 20. Were jealous demon gods 21. That the priests pretend to be pious 22. But in secret still sacrifice people 23. Herod Philip and Antipas asked 24. Of what had Jesus said that was untrue 25. To which Gamaliel was in rage 26. Cursed the sons of Herod for such blasphemy 27. Simon and Caiphas calmed him 28. And Caiphas replied 29. That whether it be true or not 30. Jesus was preaching anarchy 31. That he spoke of things the common folk 32. should never know 33. The sons of Herod agreed on this 34. For the time honored tradition 35. Was that only nobles and priests 394. 1. In the year 34

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36. revealed knowledge and wisdom to their kin 37. that educating the masses was never done 38. for educated people can think for themselves 39. and rise up and take power 40. And so in the same year 41. The school of Nazara was officially closed 42. With all nobles and priestly families 43. Ordered not to send their children 44. Nazara became a shell of itself 45. Only the sons of the common people 46. And the sons of the Zealots remained 47. Young men like Simon bar Jonah 48. also known as Simon bar Giora 49. and St. Peter the Apostle 50. and John bar Levi also known as John of Giscala 51. and St. John the Apostle 52. the author of the Book of Revelation 53. and Simon ben Eleazar 54. the son of a former High Priest who opposed 55. the House of Ananias 56. These few dozen young men 57. Remained loyal to Jesus 58. And they called themselves his disciples.

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (34 AD) 3. Mariamne And Jesus 4. Gave birth to their third child 5. a son named James

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6. In honor of the brother of Jesus 7. Who along with Judas 8. Had come to Nazara 9. To learn from their older brother 10. Yet even with the reconciliation of his kin 11. Jesus did fall into a melancholy 12. Immersing himself in his writings 13. Speaking only to the few loyal students 14. And refusing audiences or speeches 15. For as soon as the Sadducee High Priests 16. Had threatened fear 17. All the common folk and nobles 18. Had run away 19. How then might Jesus free such people 20. And open their minds 21. If they did run and hide 22. For a brief time Jesus advocated 23. War against the Sadducees 24. Using the skill of the Sicarii 25. To cut their throats and end their evil 26. But it was Mariamne 27. Also known as Mary Magdalene 28. The most beautiful woman 29. In all the ancient world 30. And wife of Jesus
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31. Who having heard and learnt 32. The wisdom of her husband 33. Was his greatest pupil 34. She calmed her husband 35. And counseled him to forgive The masses 36. For they do not know what they do 37. Nor what Is wisdom nor what is trickery 38. That they trust things are what they first appear 39. If a priest dressed in white robes 40. Claims to be pious and acts in such manner 41. Yet secretly worships demons 42. and all kind of evil 43. People will believe him pious 44. Without trust, common people cannot live 45. They seek only to better their lives 46. And For their families 47. In the hope of wise leaders 48. With the wise words of Mariamne 49. Jesus left Nazara 50. And went up to the sacred gardens 51. on Mt Carmel 52. There he fasted and meditated 53. For forty days 54. As he first did with the Baptist 55. It was upon this sacred mountain 56. That Jesus resolved himself 57. To be a Messiah for the people 58. A kind and wise teacher

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395. 1. In the year 35 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (35 AD) 3. Mariamne And Jesus 4. Jesus finished his scriptures 5. And began preaching 6. Around Galilee 7. dressing in the robes of a great prophet 8. A new philosophy he called Gnosis 9. which means self-knowledge 10. Jesus did call his new faith of Gnosis 11. A light and beacon of truth 12. Jesus spoke in all the languages of the world 13. And people once again 14. Flocked to hear him speak 15. Jesus spoke of a new covenant 16. a new way of life 17. Pleasing to God 18. A loving god 19. not a jealous god who wishes ill upon his people 20. The end of animal sacrifice 21. And all kind of human sacrifice 22. Jesus spoke of the sanctity of marriage 23. As a union of equals 24. Not a contract for property

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25. With a woman being a mere possession 26. Jesus spoke of the value of kind actions 27. And pure intentions 28. And the falsity of believing piety 29. Is dressing as a priest and praying in a temple 30. He spoke of charity and being kind to strangers 31. And a life after death of paradise 32. That no man nor priest 33. Can deny nor curse a person from having 34. And Jesus spoke of the truth 35. That no priest nor prophet 36. Has the right to stand 37. Between a living being and god 38. That each of us are a part of god 39. In a short while thousands flocked 40. To Galilee to hear the sermons of Jesus 41. So many that many fields were idle 42. The markets were emptied 43. And temples vacant 44. Gamaliel and Caiphas Went to High King Joseph 45. To plead that he stop his son 46. To which Jospeph replied 47. Is this not the messiah you foretold? 48. The truth of God? 49. Gamaliel cursed Joseph 50. and Caiphas resolved that they would 51. Erase the name of the House of Joseph 52. If the gods (demons) he worshipped 53. Permitted it
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54. The Sadducee, Pharisee and Essene High Priests 55. Went in unison up to the Roman Prefect 56. Marcus Pontius Pilatus to plead their case 57. But apart from his close friendship to the Holly King 58. The wife of Pilatus had regularly attended sermons 59. Of Jesus and had spoken often to Pilatus 60. The Prefect saw no reason to stop Jesus 61. Yet the craft Caiphas reminded Pilate 62. That not rebellion from Jesus he should fear 63. but that if all the common people 64. cease to work 65. then there will be no taxes taken 66. no-one to mind the fields 67. and soon famine and chaos 68. Pilatus could not argue against such words 69. And reluctantly ordered a ban 70. on the gathering of All groups of people 71. Except for trade (markets) and worship 396. 1. In the year 36 72. In Jerusalem 73. Upon the order

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74. Roman troops dispersed the crowds 75. In Galilee and Roman soldiers 76. Were placed around the roads 77. To Nazara to prevent pilgrims 78. Except for his family 79. And his closest disciples 80. Jesus became like a prisoner

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (36 AD) 3. A few weeks before the ceremony of Passover 4. Falling as a Great Passover 5. On Friday 14 Nisan 6. The birthday of Jesus 7. When all the crowds had finally been dispersed 8. And Jesus was a prisoner of Nazara 9. In anger Jesus went to see his father 10. Who told him it was the Sadducees and Pharisees 11. That had forced the hand of Pilatus 12. His son had created powerful enemies 13. Who were once great friends 14. But that his father would never abandon him 15. Jesus returned with his Roman escort To Nazara 16. He went up to Mt Carmel again 17. And meditated day and night 18. On what course he should take 19. It was then that he struck upon

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20. the idea in his mind 21. That he would force the hand 22. of the priests 23. To have himself killed 24. Thereby causing civil war 25. A noble prince to be murdered 26. By the hands of evil and wicked priests 27. Upon the very day of his birth 28. being a Great Passover 29. A messiah sacrifice 30. Surely for such a momentus event 31. The common people would rise up 32. and end their (Sadducee High Priests) reign of evil 33. Most ancient priests who wore robes of holiness 34. and spoke words of charity and love 35. but secretly worshipped demons 36. Most ancient priests sacrificed people 37. and hoped for the damnation of mankind 38. Jesus gathered his trusted disciples 39. All fearsome warrior-poets as Zealots and Sicarii 40. And he told them of his plan 41. To enter Jerusalem for the Great Passover 42. As the Messiah foretold 397.

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43. But of his plan for his own suicide 44. He did not speak 45. The disciples cautioned Jesus 46. For they feared the Priests might kill him 40. If he dare defy them this way 41. But Jesus would not be moved

1. It happened that at this same time (36 CE) 2. Upon the approaching Great Passover (Friday 14 Nisan) 3. A similar new star to the star of his birth 4. Known as the Messiah star 5. would form in the heavens 6. Jesus did send word ahead 7. That the Messiah would be coming to Jerusalem 8. on a donkey as prophesized 9. The news excited the whole of Jerusalem 10. So before the Sadducee High Priests 11. Could do anything 12. Crowds were lining the main road 13. To glimpse Jesus as he approached 14. Word was sent to Marcus Pontius Pilatus 15. And the Prefect himself set out 16. for the Roman Barracks at Jerusalem 17. From his palace at Caesaria Maritama 18. with four cohorts and the great Centurion Gaius Cornelius 19. The Sicarii under the control 20. of Judas a disciple of Jesus

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21. Had already made their way to Jerusalem 22. To wait for the order to strike 23. Along with hundreds of zealot fighters loyal 24. To the Zealot leaders also disciples of Jesus 25. such as Simon bar Jonah 26. known as Simon Peter and St. Peter 27. Herod Philip hearing of Jesus going to Jerusalem 28. Alerted his half brother who prepared his own 29. Men in case of any battle with the zealots 30. Or even the temple militia of the Sadducee Priests 31. So when Jesus entered the sacred city 32. To the cheers of thousands 33. The city was on the edge of war 34. Jesus went up to the Temple steps 35. Where a mass of guards did move out of his way 36. There he spoke of the evil of the Sadducee priests 37. Their worship of demons 38. While pretending to be good 39. But still the Sadducees did not arrest him
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40. He then went up to the building of the Sanhedrin 41. again the priests would not dare touch him. 42. Frustrated, Jesus called the disciples 43. to find a room for a feast 44. That night Jesus asked the closest disciples 45. To join him at a new ceremony 46. One that he hoped would replace 47. Passover in which no animals were slaughtered 48. No meat was eaten 49. Instead Jesus offered himself up 50. In words the disciples did not understand 51. That he would be the sacrificial lamb 52. So that the reign of evil priests would be ended 53. At the end he did call over Judas 54. and spoke to him privately 55. Jesus pleaded with Judas, that above all others 56. The Sadducee High Priests feared the sicarii 57. The most deadly assassins of the ancient world 58. That if Judas were to betray Jesus 59. Telling them he was unattended 60. Then it would be certain the High Priests 61. Would arrest him 62. Judas did protest against such an order 63. But Jesus insisted on his loyalty 64. And so Judas spoke to the High Priests as Jesus had asked 65. And when Jesus was in the Gardens of Gethsemane 66. The Priests sent six hundred militia to arrest him

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398. 1. Jesus in chains was brought to Caiphas 2. And the most senior Sadducee Priests 3. There Caiphas demanded that Jesus end his sermons 4. And leave Judea into exile or face the consequences 5. But Jesus would not respond 6. The High Priest threatened again 7. But still Jesus did not speak 8. Concerned for their own safety, the crafty priests 9. Sent Jesus to the fortress of Herod Antipas 10. There they claimed he was plotting 11. to overthrow the Herods 12. At first Antipas dismissed their words 13. Saying Jesus was married to his niece 14. And to release him from his bonds 15. But the Sadducee Priests persisted 16. Saying that if Jesus was allowed to be set free 17. He could start a civil war that would destroy 18. The Herods and the Sadducees for good

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19. Antipas begged Jesus to say something 20. In his defence but remained mute 21. Antipas told them as Jesus was a noble Roman citizen 22. By law he was powerless to do anything 23. The High Priests brought Jesus to Pontius Pilatus 24. Who immediately ordered him released from chains 25. The High Priests devise a strategy 26. And told Pilate that Jesus 27. was openly fermenting rebellion 28. Against Rome and that as Prefect he is duty bound 29. To investigate 30. But Pilatus rejected their claims reminding 31. The priests that less a year prior 32. They had told him Jesus was not fermenting rebellion 33. He spoke with Jesus privately 34. To which Jesus remained mute 35. As Jesus refused to answer the charges of the priests 36. Pilatus could not immediately free him from custody 37. Instead he sent Jesus away with the priests 38. Warning that they treat the prince with respect 39. Until some resolution to the matter 40. Could be made

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399. 1. Pilatus then sent for the High King Josephus 2. Whereby both men agreed that Jesus 3. Was deliberately seeking to commit suicide 4. By being killed somehow by the priests 5. To start a civil uprising 6. Pilatus reminded the High King 7. That he could not allow 8. such Rebellion to occur 9. But equally he was powerless to stop a person 10. If they so wished to die 11. Both men then came up with a plan 12. By which to save Jesus 13. And his wish to be martyred 14. Pilatus sent word to the priests 15. That he could not take action on Jesus 16. As they had not conducted a proper trial 17. Sensing an opportunity 18. whereby the Romans might execute Jesus 19. the Sadducee High Priests hurriedly arranged 20. a Meeting of the Great Sanhedrin to try Jesus

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21. High King Joseph excused himself on account 22. the matter concerning his son 23. And of the over seventy priests and officials 24. But one spoke in defense of Jesus 25. his name was John bar Zechariah 26. known as John the Baptist 27. So by midday the Sanhedrin 28. had convicted Jesus of severe blasphemy 29. And returned him to Pilatus saying he should be put to death 30. Pilatus then asked if the shame of such a conviction 31. and exile was not sufficient 32. The Priests were insistent that so grave a slur 33. Nothing but death would do 34. In one final gesture, Pilatus put it to the crowd 35. If they wished Jesus released or a rebel prisoner 36. To which the crowd of mostly Pharisee and Sadducee 37. supporters shouted death 38. In the end Pilatus relented 39. That as Jesus had refused his rights as Roman 40. He would be treated as a Jew 41. And as a Jew he had been convicted by the Sanhedrin 42. And so would be crucified within the grounds of Bethany 43. To minimize the risk of a full scale riot 44. The priests asked why the Prefect chose crucifixion 45. not beheading as was custom for Roman citizens 46. Pilatus replied that if Jesus be treated as a Roman
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47. then he would have been set free the night before 48. But by the laws of the Priests he was a condemned man 49. Pilatus then did hand Jesus to Centurion Cornelius 50. and the personal guard of Pilatus 51. who took Jesus to his fathers house 52. and crucified Jesus upon a tree within the compound 53. his arms bound and nails through his palms 54. his feet tied to a step 55. with individual nails through each foot 56. a highly irregular method 57. Only the most senior priests and pharisees 58. did observe the crucifixion in the presence 59. of the family of Jesus 60. towards the end of the day 61. Jesus called out from thirst 62. and one of the attendants 63. raised a special sponge with water 64. to his lips, 65. whereupon Jesus ceased to move a short time later 66. The High Priests left and went to Pilatus 400. 1. Caiphas and the high priests
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67. They pleaded that he brake the legs of Jesus 68. as was custom to hasten death 69. As Passover was approaching 70. Pilatus called Cornelius to return to Bethany 71. and see if Jesus was dead 72. to spear him 73. Cornelius returned and speared Jesus in the thigh 74. He returned with Joseph to Pilatus and said Jesus was dead 75. Joseph distraught pleaded with Pilatus 76. That as was custom he might take Jesus down 77. And prepare him for burial 78. Pilatus agreed and Joseph and his household 79. Took Jesus down and to a private tomb 80. Wrapping his wounds in natural herbs 81. The sealed the tomb 82. Pilatus also put guards on the tomb 83. That night, Cornelius and the person guard of Pilatus 84. Took Jesus from the tomb 85. And spirited him back to the Prefects palace 86. At Caesaria Maritama 87. The following morning 88. When the disciples came to check on the tomb 89. They found the body of Jesus gone 90. News quickly spread 91. That Jesus had miraculously risen from the dead

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2. returned to Pontius Pilate 3. and demanded he arrest 4. the household of High King Joseph 5. Ha Rama Theo (His Divine Highness) 6. For stealing the body of Jesus 7. and spreading the rumours of his resurrection 8. But Pilatus refused 9. He stripped Caiphas of the High Priesthood 10. But before he could secure a replacement 11. Pilatus was summonsed to Rome 12. Whereupon he was stripped of his rank 13. in disgrace on account 14. of the execution of a Roman noble 15. in the case of Prince Jesus 16. and was exiled 17. Upon arriving to the province of Iudaea (Judea) 18. Prefect Marcellus appointed Jonathan 19. the son of Ananias as the new High Priest 402.

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (37 AD) 3. Jesus was hidden in the hills above Nazara 4. No longer was he referred to by name 5. Amongst the family as Jesus 6. But Lazarus 7. A name of code 8. From surazal 9. Meaning Holly Man 10. In the year 39 11. Since the birth of John the Baptist (39 AD) 12. Mariamne And Jesus 13. Gave birth to their fourth child 14. a daughter named Salome 15. also known in history as Sara 16. In honor of the mother of Mariamne (Mary Magdalene) 17. And the last great ruler of the Hasmonean line 18. Around the same time 19. The eldest son of Jesus and Mariamne (Mary Magdalene) 20. Whose name was Judas 21. Gave up the ghost

1. Since the birth of John the Baptist (41 AD) 2. The legend and stories 3. concerning Jesus the Nazarene 4. Had spread far and wide 5. across the Roman Empire 6. But no disciple did help preach to these stories

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7. For a final promise to Jesus had been 8. In secret upon the sacred hill of Mt Carmel 9. To finish the sacred scriptures of Gnosis 10. Also then known as the Nazarenes 11. A new leader had also been given by Jesus 12. For his brother James the Just 13. Was named Ptah 14. The ancient name for Pharaoh 15. Also known as the rock 16. And father 17. It was Jesus himself who said 18. James you are Ptah (the rock) 19. Upon which the church shall be built 20. And in honor James was named 21. Patriarch a greek word for Father 22. Also known as Pope 23. The first Pope 24. Yet without preachers 25. Without a visible church 26. wicked individuals began to take advantage 27. by claiming themselves to be the risen Jesus 28. the risen Christos (Christ) 29. Some even rose to great fame 30. In the Anatolian regions 403. 1. In the year 42 31. and even as far as India

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32. false messiahs all claiming to be the messiah 33. did rise

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (42 AD) 3. The old High King Joseph (C-CILEANN ) 4. Did plead with Jesus and Mariamne 5. That he take their two eldest remaining children 6. To Ireland and safety 7. Away from the reach of the Sadducees 8. Jesus and Mariamne agreed with hestitation 9. But Mariamne insisted that Salome 10. Still only 3 years of age 11. Would remain with her 12. And in the same year 13. Under the guise of business 14. Ha Rama Theo (His Divine Highness) 15. Did travel to The West of Britannii 16. Where safe passage was arranged 17. To then take the children of Jesus and Mariamne 18. Being Mary and James 19. To the court of the administrator 20. Known as Fachu Finnolach 21. Never then a King 22. Himself a cousin of Joseph 23. And member of the Holly family 24. The Most sacred and ancient druids 25. But whose true name is long lost

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26. The following year 27. The High King did take 28. His wife Queen Mary, 29. Martha, Miriam Jesus disguised as Lazarus, 30. Mariamne, their daughter Salome 31. And the cousins through Mary of Cleopas 32. From Caesaria Maritama 33. First to Massalia (Marseilles) 34. Where Jesus as Lazarus, Mariamne, their daughter Salome 35. Martha and Miriam did establish new homes 36. And identities thanks to official papers 37. Prepared by Marcus Pontius Pilatus 38. While Joseph and Mary continued on to Glastonbury 39. James as leader of the Nazarenes 40. The first and only true church 41. Was given all the wealth and control of the estates 42. Of the High King 43. As for Jude also known as Thomas 44. It is legend that he did travel 45. To Goa to retrace the steps of his older brother 46. As for Jose he did stay some time with James 404. 1. In the year 43

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47. Later the son of the Administrator 48. Whose name is listed in the annals as Tuathal Techtmar 49. Did marry Mary 50. And their children 51. The great grandchildren of Jesus and Mariamne 52. Did bring forth unbroken generations that numbered 53. in the many hundreds

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (43 AD) 3. Upon the leaving of High King Joseph 4. and members of the Holly family from Judea 5. There came the start of a great drought 6. No rain did fall, nor wind to cool 7. Many considered it a curse 8. On account of the wickedness of the Sadducee priests 9. Who pretended to be pious 10. But were corrupt and evil 11. As foretold by Jesus 12. In the same year 13. Matthias, son of High Priest Ananias 14. And father of Josephus Flavius 15. Also known as St. Luke 16. Was appointed Sadducee High Priest 17. The fifth by that time of the family 18. Upon reaching the position of authority

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19. And the departure of Messiah King 20. Matthias gathered his brothers 21. And senior Pharisees 22. Including Gamaliel the Elder 23. And their hired assassins 24. To Plot the murder 25. of James and the disciples 18. He had become disillusioned 19. With the Sadducee cause

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20. On account of the events of Jesus 21. For he hated Jesus 22. And his message of Gnosis 23. Like no other person or thing in history 24. For everything Jesus despised he was 25. For he loved the power of human sacrifice 26. The taste of blood 27. He relished the divine inspiration 28. Of the deprivation of women 29. For next to Jesus, Saul (St. Paul) hated women 30. Above all, he despised the arrogance 31. Of the keltoi, especially the Holly family 32. For they dismissed the dark path 33. As abhorant, while acting as gods themselves 34. For timeless ages 35. Ananias did then offer Saul of Tarsus 36. On the road to Damascus 37. A light of redemption 38. To redeem the name of Menelaus 39. To serve a great cause 40. In hunting down Jesus, his progeny 41. And the disciples of Gnosis (Nazarenes) 42. And murder them all 43. To Saul this was a true revelation 44. Of divine inspiration 45. Saul agreed and left for Jerusalem 46. With Ananias also known as St. Ananias

405. 1. Ananus also known as Ananias 2. son of Ananias the elder High Priest 3. was active in the recruitment 4. of wise and crafty people 5. to the cause of the Sadducees 6. No wiser or better student was the son 7. Of Matthias, who Gamaliel did train 8. Josephus recommended to his uncle Ananias 9. To Travel north to Damascus 10. To seek out Saul of Tarsus 11. Also trained by Gamaliel 12. A fine student, but cursed 13. for Belonging to the House of Menelaus 14. And a disposition for blood 15. Ananias did find Saul of Tarsus 16. In Damascus 17. Staying with priests in dresses of Cybele

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406. 1. Upon joining the Sadducees 2. the House of Ananias 3. The first task assigned to Saul (St. Paul) 4. was to go to Mecca and Adan in Arabia 5. and see to truth of the stories 6. that the risen Messiah Jesus was there 7. for many false messiahs had emerged 8. across the ancient world 9. and the Sadducees did send 10. assassins who could speak the language 11. to find the truth of it 12. Thus Saul left for Arabia 13. There he did find the man claiming to be Jesus 14. and murdered him 15. but was captured by a mob 16. and held in prison 17. but Saul escaped and returned to Jerusalem 18. boasting of his mission 19. and how he strangled the false 20. messiah with his own belt

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (44 AD) 3. The drought deepened across the levant 4. So that a great famine emerged 5. People began to starve 6. It was then that James ordered 7. The vast wealth of his family to be sold 8. In exchange for the purchase of grain and food 9. For the hungry 10. The first time in history 11. That those not kings of a land 12. Did care for the common folk 13. He appointed Stephen to be in charge 14. At first a few hundred were fed 15. Upon which the Sadducees and Pharisees 16. laughed at such strange care 17. for the undeducated and poor 18. For the priests cared nothing of the people 19. But then a few thousand were fed 20. and the word spread that the Nazarenes of Jesus 21. Were performing a miracle 22. And feeding the multitudes of starving 23. Without being preached, people asked 24. what faith is it that helps strangers 25. and thus many began to learn of Gnosis 26. from the honesty of its actions 27. As thousands began to learn about Gnosis 28. as well as be fed 29. this alarmed the Sadducees 30. Paul of Tarsus also known as St. Paul 31. Was dispatched by the House of Ananias
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32. To disrupt the effort 33. He found Stephen and some disciples 34. On route with more supplies 35. Paul himself did stab 36. and Smash the open the skull of Stephen 37. Torturing and butchering 38. the remaining disciples With relish 39. When Paul returned to young Ananias 40. To boast of his exploits 41. He was admonished by older members of the family 42. And placed under house arrest 43. On account of his savage violence 44. and love of wickedness 45. When James heard of the evil actions 46. Of the Sadducees 47. He wept 48. Old Ananias and his sons did come to see James 49. And offer terms of a truce 50. To see that no more violence would occur 51. But James refused 52. On account of the evil of these men 53. Who pretended to be priests 54. In rage old Ananias cursed James 408. 1. In the year 45 407. 55. And gave up the ghost

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56. His sons accusing James of hastening 57. The end of the old priest 58. And vowed they would never rest 59. Until the Nazarenes were dust

1. Sauls (St. Paul) house arrest and disgrace 2. In the eyes of the Sadducee High priests 3. Deeply troubled him 4. During his time he rekindled his friendship 5. With Josephus, son of Matthias 6. Also known as Josephus Flavius and St.Luke 7. Josephus did speak to Saul about his work 8. In trying to build arguments against 9. The teachings of Jesus and Gnosis 10. And how the House of Ananias might destroy 11. The Nazarenes forever 12. But without copies of their scripture 13. He Did find it difficult 14. Saul offered to get a copy of the scriptures 15. Of the disciples of Jesus 16. If he was given but one more chance 17. Josephus agreed and convinced 18. His father and uncles 19. To release Saul to allow him 20. To take his dangerous mission

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (45 AD) 3. Saul did change his appearance 4. And his name to Paul 5. And went up to the main house 6. Of the Nazarenes 7. Protected by the most fearsome 8. Fighters in all the world 9. The Sicarii and Zealots 10. He asked for an audience with James 11. When he entered, the disciplies 12. Were initially fearful and Paul was held 13. As he resembled the man known as Saul 14. Who had murdered so many 15. Followers of Jesus 16. But Saul in his disguise as Paul protested 17. And swore an oath to God 18. That he was not this man 19. He said he had come from Antioch 20. Because the people had heard 21. Of the wonderous good works 22. Of the disciples of Jesus 23. In feeding the starving and sick 24. That he wished to return 25. with Money and supplies 26. From the supporters in Antioch 409.

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27. But needed the blessing of the disciples 28. James then did give Saul (Paul) 29. His blessing 30. But Saul then did ask what might he take 31. As a sign to the families of Antioch 32. That wished to support 33. That he might take a work of scripture 34. Which they might copy with their scribes and return 35. James agreed 36. And Paul left with the Gospel of the Hebrews 37. Later butchered and changed beyond recognition 38. to the Gospel of Matthew 39. By Josephus (St. Luke)

1. Reporting back to the House of Ananias 2. Saul, now a double agent called Paul 3. Did brief Josephus on all the scripture he saw 4. Including giving him the scripture 5. Known as the Gospel of the Hebrews 6. So pleased with the mission of Saul 7. The Sadducee High Priests did declare 8. From now your name shall no longer be Saul 9. But Paul and the highest favour 10. You shall command 11. The priests did then send Paul (St. Paul) to Antioch 12. To brief loyal Sadducee families there 13. To pretend to be followers of the Nazarenes 14. And collect monies for their cause

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15. But retain one third themselves and give Paul the rest 16. So as commanded by the Sadducees 17. Paul did leave for Antioch 18. And brief wealthy Sadducee families 19. Of the plan 20. Thus the wicked evil of false charity 21. was created soon after the notion 22. of true charity 23. and both have been confused 24. throughout the ages 25. along with evil pretending to be good 26. The Sadducee families falsely 27. pretending to be Nazarenes 28. did raise handsome sums 29. From people wanting to contribute 30. And learn more about the teachings of Jesus 31. the cause of the Gnostics 32. Also known as the Nazarenes 33. Paul then did return with the treasure 34. To Ananias and the Sadducee priests 35. Who kept half and told Paul 36. To give James and the Disciples The rest. 37. So happy were the disciples 410. 1. In the year 46 38. in the Character of Paul 39. which they thought was true

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40. Upon the return of the scriptures 41. And the accompanying treasure 42. That they gave him 43. Part of the Gospel of the Origin of the World 44. And agreed for him to travel 45. on their behalf 46. further north to the cities of the Anatolia (Turkey)

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (46 AD) 3. The drought and famine 4. Continued to grip the lands 5. And the influence and respect of the Nazarenes 6. Continued to grow 7. Having saved hundreds of thousands of starvation 8. Their legendary piety and charity 9. Known throughout the Empire 10. Paul returned from his false preaching 11. In favour of the Nazarenes 12. Accompanied by a massive treasure 13. To his masters in the House of Ananias 14. When they saw the size of the treasure 15. Their eyes lit up 16. but their hearts remained melancholy 17. For the Sadducee priests had become like lepers 18. With people spitting upon them 19. and throwing rubbish at them with no respect

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20. As the power of the Nazarenes grew 21. Josephus had copied the text given 22. From the Gospel of the Origin of the World 23. And the House of Ananias was as dead 24. We are doomed spoke Josephus 25. Also known as St. Luke 26. But Paul challenged his masters 27. Do you not see how profitable 28. The story of Jesus be? 29. Everywhere I go, people are willing to give everything 30. For but a few words 31. from an ambassador Of Jesus 32. But St. Luke argued that the Gnostic philosophy 33. That reveals the Sadducee priests to be Satanists 34. That sacrifice children 35. That worshipped the Goddess Queen of Heaven 36. That the scriptures of the Jews are mere fables 37. Was growing and cannot be stopped 38. Again Paul challenged his masters 39. These things you know 40. And some people of Judea 41. But the rest of the world is ignorant 42. Of these things 411. 1. In the year 46 43. And long for any message

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44. So long as the Nazarenes remain in Judea 45. And trust in me 46. The world is ours 47. With this revelation 48. The House of Ananias with Paul 49. Spoke of how to create 50. A completely false religion of Jesus 51. That contradicted the true teachings of Jesus 52. And his scripture of Gnosis 53. That could be transmitted quickly 54. To all parts of the ancient world 55. And establish an evil twin 56. To the Nazarenes 57. That would take hold in fertile regions 58. The Nazarenes had not yet travelled

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (46 AD) 3. The false religion of Christianity 4. Was formed by Paul, a double agent 5. And his masters the Sadducee High Priests 6. Under the wise supervision of Josephus (St.Luke) 7. The High Priests did take their many copies 8. Of Jewish scripture in Latin and Greek 9. Produced over tens of years 10. By the scribes of the great Sadducee scriptorium 11. Once Funded by the father of Jesus 12. In a previous age
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13. Ananias and his High Priest brothers 14. Did combine false gospels 15. With the Jewish scripture 16. So that they became one 17. That no one might doubt 18. the truth of ancient jewish scripture 19. They called this book the Bible 20. And this new false faith called Christianity 21. Overtime every teaching of Jesus 22. Every belief and faith of the Nazarenes was corrupted 23. To serve the purposes of the Sadducees 24. That the Sadducees and Pharisees worshipped 25. Satan (Lucifer) pretending to be a god 26. was replaced by the entire Jewish scripture 27. with the life of Jesus a fulfilment of it 28. That Jesus spoke of God of the universe 29. against sacrifice of any kind 30. especially human sacrifice 31. became the christian worship of human sacrifice 32. the simulation of human sacrifice 33. by the sheep of the lower mass 412. 1. In the year 47

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34. and real human sacrifice in the higher mass 35. the union of marriage of equals of Jesus 36. became the duty of women to obey 37. their husbands or face damnation 38. Jesus's belief that no person 39. stands between god and any other 40. became only those who believe in Jesus 41. and believe in the Sadducee priests pretending 42. to be Nazarenes 43. so that in the end the Christian faith 44. created by Paul 45. turned day into night 46. lies into truth 47. heroes into enemies 48. enemies into heroes 49. that no man unless 50. privy to the disciples or their texts 51. or the life of Jesus 52. might know truth from falsity

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (47 AD) 3. Paul did return to the cities of Syria 4. Anatolia and the Isle of Cyprus 5. With his scripture called the Bible 6. And his new religion called Christianity 7. As news of the famous disciples of Jesus 8. And the miracle of feeding the masses 9. To save them from starvation

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10. Thousands flocked to hear Paul 11. And his message 12. Many handing him all their precious jewels 13. To the cause of the Nazarenes 14. But rather than returning wealth 15. to the House of Ananias 16. Paul began creating his own loyal base 17. Of scribes and militia 18. Keeping all the treasure 19. gained from his false teachings 20. Unto his new church 21. With the wealth 22. He did purchase and establish 23. Temples in several major centres 24. Including Antioch, Lystra, Smyrna, Cyprus 25. Byzantium and Damascus 26. As the fame of Paul spread 27. Simon bar Jonah zealot leader 28. Trusted disciple of Jesus 29. Wrongly written as Simon Peter 30. Did alert the true leader of the Nazarenes 31. The brother of Jesus 32. James the Just 33. That Paul was blaspheming in the name of Jesus 34. And corrupting all of his teachings 413. 1. In the year 48 35. James sent word to Paul

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36. Who had established his own palace 37. At Antioch 38. To return to Jerusalem 39. But Paul refused 40. James then went to the House of Ananias 41. And confronted Matthias and Jonathan 42. Concerning Paul 43. To which they denied any knowledge 44. Or sanction of his action 45. When James told them of his great wealth 46. And actions even they did not know 47. The House of Ananias was troubled 48. For Paul no longer obeyed his masters 49. But himself and gold 50. They wrote to Paul and asked him to come to Damascus 51. To meet with Ananias 52. But on the road to Damascus 53. Simon bar Jonah 54. Did ambush Paul and kill his guard 55. He then took Paul as prisoner back to Jerusalem 56. To see James and the disciples

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (48 AD) 3. James the Just 4. The first and true Patriarch 5. of the faith of Jesus

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6. The Gnostics also known 7. As the Nazarenes 8. Did convene the first ecumenical council 9. Long written out of history 10. Calling upon representatives of all 11. Communities of the Nazarenes 12. And those that had chosen to follow Paul 13. To the council, Paul was brought in chains 14. To the assembled, James did state 15. The true teachings of his brother Jesus 16. That all the churches established by Paul 17. Will be dismantled 18. That the disciples will travel in pairs 19. Along with Zealots and Sicarii as guards 20. To the cities of Asia Minor 21. With a new code 22. Known now as the Didache 23. That would establish proper order 24. And respect to the Gnostic beliefs 25. And church of the Nazarenes 26. And end the faith of Christianity 27. But Paul was defiant and refused 28. To apologise for any of the evil he had done 29. The disciples called on James 30. To kill Paul 31. But James refused

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32. On account of the teachings of his brother 33. to never harm a living animal 34. and on account of Paul being a Roman citizen 35. Like James and his brother Jesus 36. Instead, he handed Paul in chains 37. To the House of Ananias 38. On the expectation that they would end him 39. When Paul was brought into the courtyard 40. Of the House of the Sadducee High Priests 41. They began to stone him in anger 42. For his deception and arrogance unto them 43. But Paul called out to them to hear him 44. That he still had great treasure hidden 45. That he knew where Jesus had fled 46. Then Josephus, son of Matthias 47. Also known as St. Luke 48. Stood between the High Priests 49. And Paul, shielding him from more blows 50. He called upon his father and uncles 51. To allow Paul to speak 52. If then they so wished 53. They could end his life 54. Josephus then helped Paul to his feet 55. Bloodied and near death 56. Paul revealed the location of his hidden treasures 57. Promising even more 58. Pledging that he would never trick
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59. The House of Ananias again 60. That he would kill ever last one 61. Of the family of Jesus 62. If they only allowed him to live 63. Upon seeing the support of the wise Josephus 64. The Sadducee priests agreed 65. And over some months, 66. Paul recovered his health

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16. The first being destroyed by the Sadducees 17. For being too accurate 18. The second becoming an important Christian text 19. In Alexandria, Josephus (St. Luke) 20. Did meet a beautiful girl of noble Sadducee birth 21. of the House of Andreas Boethus 22. There they did wed and his wife 23. did travel with Josephus 24. with whom she had two sons 25. The first being Lucius (St. Lucius) 26. also known as Lukuas 27. and Julian known as Hyracanus 28. A year later (51 AD) 29. Paul and Josephus 30. Then Travelled across to Spain 31. And then Britannii 32. Where he found favour 33. Queen Boudica of the Iceni of Anglia 34. Who hated the Holly Kings 35. And longed to control 36. Their mining wealth 37. On agreement in making her son Linus 38. A Christian leader 39. Queen Boudica and her entire tribe 40. Did become the first great conversion 41. To Christianity 42. And the first Christian army

414. 1. In the year 50 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (50 AD) 3. Once Paul had recovered 4. He was accompanied by Josephus 5. Also known as St. Luke 6. And other trusted members of the Sadducee Household 7. As he travelled west 8. Away from the reach of the Nazarenes 9. In Alexandria, Paul did establish his first 10. Christian Patriarch through Mark 11. Also known as St. Mark 12. A former disciple of Jesus 13. Who turned traitor 14. on account of his love Of wealth 15. and wrote two gospels

415. 1. In the year 53

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (53 AD) 3. Prince Linus and Josephus (St. Luke) 4. did accompany Paul To Rome 5. Where he was received 6. By the priests of Cybele 7. Upon Vatican Hill 8. In celebration of his deliverance 9. And to ensure the Queen of Heaven 10. Did protect Paul and the new Pope 11. The first Christian Pope of Rome 12. The eunuch priests did sacrifice 13. Young children in the catacombs 14. Under Vatican Hill 15. Bathing the men in their blood 16. There in Rome 17. Under the protection of the Cybele priests 18. Paul did stay for some time 19. While Josephus acquainted himself 20. With the great libraries 21. And knowledge of the Empire 5. For many generations

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6. And who had converted to Christianity 7. Did tell Paul some news 8. of the true location of Jesus 9. Upon the knowledge of her son 10. She did say that papers drawn 11. by Marcus Pontius Pilatus 12. Had placed Jesus and his family 13. To his estates around Massalia (Marseilles) 14. Upon this important news 15. Josephus also known as St. Luke 16. Did leave Paul (St. Paul) 17. As Paul journeyed to France 18. With a loyal band of assassins 19. There Paul did acquaint himself 20. With locals and purchased knowledge 21. And lodgings to spy upon any clues 22. Over the months, Paul and his loyal band 23. Moved further west along the Coast 24. To the Roman town of Baeterrae (Bziers) 25. Then the provincial capital of Narbo (Narbonne) 26. In the search of clues 27. There at Narbo, a day before Paul 28. Was due to set sail back to Alexandria 29. He was given information 30. From an informant 31. That the family he sought 32. Had since taken up residence 33. A Day west from Narbo 34. Between the mountains of Cevennes to the North
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416. 1. On the third year of their stay in Rome (56 AD) 2. A Roman noble woman 3. Known as Lydia 4. Whose family had worshipped Cybele

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35. And the Pyrenees to the South 36. Paul and his band 37. Did then travel to this place 38. Now known as Rennes-le-Chteau 21. Jesus and Miriamne

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22. Had first heard the shouts at the entrance 23. To the villa 24. But on account of its position 25. And single entrance 26. It offered poor escape 27. Jesus helped lower his wife and daughter 28. From the back of the Villa and watched them 29. Escape then turned to face 30. Paul also known as St. Paul 31. Covered in the blood of his sisters 32. Upon Paul seeing Jesus for the first time 33. He did bow and speak 34. My savior, my risen Christ 35. To which Jesus replied 36. I have been awaiting you Lucifer! 37. I fear nothing of your evil! 38. To which Paul thrust forward 39. And stabbed Jesus in the stomach 40. Opening his guts and causing him 41. To fall to his knees 42. In rage Paul cried out 43. Hear me of Jesus my Christ 44. By the power of my God satan 45. Your soul shall be kept 46. For eternity! 47. Your head a trophy 48. For to you we shall sacrifice 49. A thousand children 50. And burn ten thousand more

417. 1. In the year 58 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (58 AD) 3. Paul and his band approached 4. A beautiful villa atop a hill 5. Now known as the village 6. Of Rennes-le-Chteau 7. Paul and his kin 8. Were spotted by servants who cried out 9. Before being cut to pieces by Paul 10. And his men 11. They rushed forward to find Martha 12. And Miriam hiding near the entrance 13. Of the Villa 14. The men of Paul did capture them 15. And to each did Paul issue 16. A Christian curse of eternal damnation 17. For their souls to be imprisoned 18. By the demons of satan 19. The high god of the faith of Paul 20. And did cut their throats like pigs

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51. Upon your arrogance 52. With that, Paul did hack off 53. The head of Jesus with his knife 54. Upon seeing the fate of her husband 55. Miriamne did kiss Salome 56. And plead with her to escape 57. Then returned to face Paul 58. Upon greeting the princess 59. Still a women of utmost beauty 60. the savage demon Paul 61. did tie her down 62. usually companion to eunuch priests 63. of Cybele 64. Paul did rape and sodomize Mariamne (Mary Magdalene) 65. with such beastly savagery 66. that by night she did expire 67. her last breath and drop of blood 68. upon witnessing the pure evil of Paul 69. even the assassins were fearful of him 70. Paul (St. Paul) returned to the coast 71. Placing the head of Jesus 72. In a jar with embalming fluid 73. For its preservation 74. Then set sail back to Judea 75. With his prize 418. 1. In the same year (58 AD)

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2. High King Joseph (C-CILEANN) 3. Had moved to the safety of a fort city known as Din Eidyn (Edingburgh) 4. He had strengthened in the land of the Gododdin 5. Upon the shore of the river Firth of Forth 6. Land long held by the Holly Kings 7. Upon hearing the murder 8. Of his beloved son Jesus 9. And his daughters 10. And daughter-in-law 11. High King Joseph (C-CILEANN) 12. The great Holly King 13. Did give up the ghost 14. His wife Mary 15. The mother of Jesus 16. Upon learning of the death 17. Of her children 18. At the hands 19. Of Paul (St. Paul) 20. And upon seeing the death 21. Of her beloved husband 22. Rode out of the fort 23. and south to a rock ledge at a bend in the river 24. Where she wept for a day and night 25. Then drowned herself in the river 26. At a place later known as Rosslyn 27. On account of the rocks and waterfall 28. The body of the King and Queen

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29. Were taken back to Glastonbury 30. and buried side by side 31. Their graves venerated 32. as a most sacred place 33. for a thousand years 34. Until the age of Henry 35. and his agent Geoffrey of Monomeath

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16. A great general was Tuathal Techtmar 17. and within twenty years 18. has subdued the rebellions of the lesser kings 19. and re-established the High Kingship 20. for the Holly family 21. the ancient and most noble druids 22. with assistance of Gnaeus Julius Agricola 23. the Roman Governor of Britain

419. 1. Upon the death of Joseph 2. The administrator known as Fachu Finnolach 3. Did have himself crowned as High King 4. But the lesser Kings 5. did challenge his authority 6. And he was deposed 7. fleeing safely with his family 8. and his two charges to Scotland 9. Mary, now wife to his son Tuathal Techtmar 10. And James who married a Welsh princess 11. And left to live in Wales 12. as the legendary Holly Prince of Wales 13. through many an English King 14. later sought their pedigree 15. without clarity

420. 1. In the year 59 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (59 AD) 3. Paul (St. Paul) returned secretly 4. To Jerusalem and to the House of Ananias 5. The Sadducee High Priests 6. There he did present them with his gruesome trophy 7. The Head of Jesus of Nazara (Nazareth) 8. The High Priests had already received word 9. From witnesses to the actions of Paul 10. Of his wickedness and cruelty 11. Especially to the daughter of Herod Philip 12. And while pleased with the death of Jesus 13. They feared retribution 14. They banished Paul from their sight 15. Bitter and full of anger 16. Paul left for Antioch 17. Where he established himself 18. as Anti-Pope to James the Just 19. Actively performing the Christian high mass 20. Of sacrificing women and children upon the altar
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21. And maintaining curses 22. upon Jesus and his family 23. While the High priests did hide the head of Jesus 24. In a jar in the maze of tunnels 25. Underneath the Great Temple mount

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13. While the House of Ananias protested 14. To the Procurator of Judea 15. Whose name was Porcius Festus 16. He declined to act 17. On account of the enormous respect 18. And influence of James the Just 19. Across the whole of Asia Minor

421. 1. In the year 60 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (60 AD) 3. Upon learning of the death of his family 4. James the Just returned to open preaching 5. He challenged the evilness of the Sadducees 6. In creating the monster that was Paul of Tarsus 7. He spoke more of their secret worship of demons 8. And the sacrifice of children 9. He spoke of their trickery 10. And love of treasure 11. And their wicked religion called Christianity 12. Even while they pretended to be Jews

422. 1. In the year 62 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (62 AD) 3. the Procurator of Judea 4. Whose name was Porcius Festus 5. Did give up the ghost 6. The House of Ananias 7. Did seize the opportunity to appoint 8. Their own Ananias the younger 9. As High Priest 10. He immediately called upon Paul 11. To leave Antioch 12. And return to Jerusalem 13. To help in the elimination of James the Just 14. But Paul declined 15. On account of his growing power 16. As the Pope of Antioch 17. Of his own religion of Christianity 18. But crafty High Priest Ananias 19. Promised that if Paul help in the murder 20. Of James the Just 21. He would anoint him as his successor
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22. The bribe succeeded 23. And Paul with his mercenary Christian army 24. Arrived in Jerusalem 25. To find James continuing his speeches 26. Against the evilness of Paul and the Christians 27. And their masters the Sadducee High Priests 28. Upon seeing Paul, James to shout out 29. See, Lucifer himself approaches! 30. And without hestitation, 31. Paul Came up to James 32. in front of over a thousand witnesses 33. Including Roman soldiers, officials and visitors 34. From all across the Roman Empire 35. And did first stab him 36. And then throw him off the side of the Temple 37. His skull crushed in the fall 38. Instantly the mob erupted 39. And the Christian militia sought to murder 40. Their way clear for their leader 41. But to no avail and Paul was captured 423. 1. In the year 63

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42. Along with the Sadducee High Priests 43. By the Roman garrison 44. who bravely fought off the angry mob 45. of Nazarenes and zealots to the last 46. while a secret troop 47. with the prisoners escaped the city 48. To the palace of Herod Agrippa II 49. Who kept then in prison 50. Until the arrival of the new Procurator 51. Whose name was Lucceius Albinus 52. Albinus summonsed the prisoners 53. Who like James and Jesus 54. were all Roman citizens by birth 55. And asked what right of trial they choose 56. Paul spoke ahead of them all 57. before one could reply 58. And stated that 59. they would answer only to the Emperor 60. Upon the boast of Paul 61. the Sadducee priests 62. Including Josephus also known as Flavius Josephus 63. And known as St. Luke 64. were sent as prisoners to Rome

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (63 AD) 3. Upon the murder of James the Just 4. And the imprisonment of his killers 5. Jerusalem and the entire region
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6. Did erupt in protest 7. Sadducee nobles were torn to shreds 8. By angry mobs 9. On account of their wicked and satanic ways 10. Even priests were murdered in Jewish temples 11. Across Asia Minor 12. For tens of thousands of people 13. Had converted to the faith of Gnosticism 14. The true faith of Jesus 15. On account of their piety and charity 16. In saving so many from starvation 17. The Roman legate of Syria 18. Whose name was Cestius Gallus 19. Marched with the 12th Legion (64 CE) 20. To restore order 21. But the forces of the Nazarene zealots 22. Smashed the Legion to pieces at Beth Horon

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4. heard the case of Paul and the Sadducees 5. in the murder of Roman citizen 6. James the Just 7. A trial well documented by many dozens of scribes 8. Whose accounts have long since 9. been found and destroyed 10. At the trial, Paul did speak a divine right 11. To end the life of heretics to the most ancient faiths 12. Upon which Rome herself was built 13. Nero asked if anyone else was prepared 14. to admit their guilt 15. And just before he passed sentence 16. upon them all 17. Josephus, also known as St. Luke 18. did speak on behalf of his family 19. where he spoke of their honor scorned 20. of their years of service to Rome 21. and their innocence to the actions of Paul 22. Upon the eloquence of Josephus 23. Nero under the insistence of his second wife 24. freed the Sadducee High Priests 25. but condemned to death Paul of Tarsus 26. on account of his unprovoked murder 27. of a noble Roman citizen 28. As news spread of the defeat 29. of Gallus and the Syrian legion 30. Josephus (St. Luke) did offer his services 31. as an expert in Jewish tactics and philosophy 32. Nero agreed and released Josephus 33. to the service of General Vespasian
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424. 1. In the year 64 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (64 AD) 3. In Rome, Emperor Nero

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34. and two legions The Legio X Fretensis 35. and Legio V Macedonica 36. sent to destroy the uprising 37. Josephus also secured the safe 38. exile of his family to Alexandria 39. Where his father Matthias 40. became the Christian Pope 41. sooner after 42. The first and only Sadducee High Priest 43. to be a Jewish High Priest 44. and a Christian Bishop 45. of the religion of Paul

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12. Thus on the night of 18th July in the year 64 13. Since the birth of John the Baptist 14. Pope Linus and the fanatic Christians 15. Of Paul did ignite several fires 16. In wooden structures 17. At the eastern end of Circus Maximus 18. Not far from the prison 19. But instead of the fire moving towards the prison 20. It fanned out across the city 21. Destroying four of the fourteen districts of Rome 22. And severely damaging seven 23. Burning for over five days 24. In the end, over two hundred thousand 25. Innocent men, women and children 26. Were dead. 27. Emperor Nero on the first day of the fire 28. Did hastily return and rallied 29. the Praetorian and volunteers 30. to save Much of Rome 31. Without his leadership 32. All Rome would have been lost 33. As Paul had wished 34. Nero then did open all palaces as shelters 35. Using all means of transport 36. To bring relief and supplies 37. To the wounded and victims 38. Later Nero Was responsible 39. for the magnificence of Rome 40. In the widening of streets and the use of stone 41. But modest in the Emperors palace

425. 1. In the year 64 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (64 AD) 3. Paul of Tarsus imprisoned 4. At Mamertine Prison 5. located in the Forum Romanum 6. on northeastern slope of the Capitoline Hill 7. Sent word to Pope Linus 8. That if he should be executed 9. To burn Rome to the ground 10. But Pope Linus 11. Took this coded message to be an escape plan

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42. Great lies told later 43. Of a wicked emperor 44. On account of Christian scribes 45. Nero did order the capture of all Christians 46. Including Pope Linus 47. And the following year 48. They were executed in a great public event 49. In honor of the innocents who were murdered 50. On the orders of these men 51. The body of Paul 52. Was laid to rest in the cemetery of nobles 53. Next to the Great Temple of Cybele 54. Upon Vatican Hill 55. His tomb later the centrepoint 56. Directly above which 57. the great altar and St. Peters Bascilica 58. That honors Cybele and Lucifer 59. Simon bar Jonah (St. Peter) 60. never visited Rome 61. Her (Cybele's) stele then an Egyptian artifact 62. Still honoring the Queen of Heaven 63. The church the shape of a giant female genetalia 64. To the mother goddess 426. 1. In the year 64 65. And a new Roman law 66. the first and last time 67. such a law was passed 68. That to be a christian

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69. Was to be a most wicked an evil person 70. A capital crime punishable by instant death 71. On account of its founder 72. The most wicked and evil person 73. Who has ever walked the face of the earth 74. Paul of Tarsus 75. Also known as St. Paul the Apostle

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (64 AD) 3. Upon the beheading of the evil demon Paul 4. Also known as St. Paul the Apostle 5. His evil did not yet end 6. For upon the execution of Pope Linus 7. The first Pope of Rome 8. Queen Boudica did rise up 9. With her Christian Army 10. And did march on Roman towns 11. In Britannii 12. Before she was done 13. Over two hundred thousand souls 14. Had lost their lives 15. Not one child nor living animal 16. Was spared by the first Christian army 17. Of history
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18. Wrongly known as Johanan ben Zakkai 19. John the Baptist 20. Josephus did secure him out 21. Of Jerusalem In a coffin 22. With the support of Jesus disciples 23. Josephus then did secure his exile 24. To the community of Yavne 25. Where John the Baptist did transform 26. Pharisee teaching 27. With the remaining survivors 28. And became the greatest founder 29. Of what is known as Rabbinical Judaism 30. Upon the death of Nero 31. Vespasian did leave his son Titus In charge 32. And returned to Rome With Josephus 33. To become Emperor the following year 34. As a trusted and official scribe of the Emperor 35. Josephus who changed his name 36. to Flavius Josephus (St. Luke) 37. Had total access 38. to the libraries and records Of Rome 39. Over time, he did have removed 40. altered and destroyed 41. Much history that disagreed 42. And wrote great books 43. absolving his family of evil 44. While not able to declare his affinity to Christianity 45. He was above all 46. Its philosophical architect

427. 1. In the year 68 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (68 AD) 3. The Roman legions under Titus Flavius Vespasianus 4. The son of Vespasian 5. Did reconquer and quell 6. the rebellion of the Nazarenes 7. And Zealots surrounding in siege Jerusalem 8. Where Simon bar Jonah 9. Also known as St. Peter was leader of the Zealot army 10. Josephus also known as St. Luke 11. Did seek terms for surrender with Simon bar Jonah 12. But was refused on account of his evil 13. Actions with Paul of Tarsus 14. But Josephus did secure one very important 15. Person from Jerusalem 16. In the form of his most important teacher 17. John bar Zechariah

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428. 1. In the Year 70 2. As the siege was beginning to fail 3. Simon bar Jonah (St. Peter) attempted to escape 4. with other disciples of Jesus 5. he was captured by Titus 6. and executed by being crucified 7. in front of the defenders 8. upon the hills outside the walls 9. of Jerusalem 10. Upon hearing in reports 11. of the actions of Titus 12. Josephus (St. Luke) suggested 13. to the Emperor that his son 14. not execute any more leaders 15. on account of trying to end the war 16. Then on the exact day 17. of the anniversary of the destruction 18. of the Temple of Solomon by the Babylonians 19. The remaining disciples of Jesus 20. ordered the complete destruction 21. of the Temple 22. Burning it, then pulling it down to its foundations 23. Exactly six hundred and sixty six years 24. or 666 years to the day 25. a fact that has been hidden 429. 1. In the year 71 26. by many a crafty scholar 27. for too many years 28. Upon the complete destruction 29. of the Temple and former

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30. home of the Sadducee High Priests 31. the defenders surrendered 32. And true to his fathers request 33. the remaining leaders were not crucified 34. The most senior remaining 35. known as John of Gischala 36. was exiled to the Greek Isle of Patmos 37. And became known as St. John of Patmos 38. The author of the Gospel of John 39. and the Book of Revelation 40. in which he did infuse crafty signs 41. even the most wise followers of Paul of Tarsus 42. did not see 43. Thus in the year 70 44. an age was over 45. And a new age of darkness 46. That would ultimately rule the world 47. for two thousand years had started

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (71 AD) 3. Josephus also known as St. Luke 4. The son of Sadducee High Priest Matthias

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5. Returned to Rome in the triumphal procession of Titus 6. As a gift upon their triumph 7. Titus did give to Josephus (St. Luke) 8. The most valuable and important 9. Original scriptures of the Nazarenes 10. Taken from the Nazarene Gnostics 11. Upon the fall of Jerusalem 12. Which included the original scriptures 13. Written by Jesus and several of the disciples 14. At this moment, Josephus decided 15. Not to destroy the scriptures 16. But to keep them 17. And began to study them at length 18. During his obliged writing for the Emperors 19. Except for scattered scrolls 20. And material gathered by the last Apostle 21. John of Patmos 22. No other detailed Gnostic texts 23. Of the true religion of Jesus 24. Existed in Europe 25. Except those sent with the children 26. Of Jesus and Miriamne to Ireland 27. Thirty years prior 28. Upon the law of Nero 430. 1. In the year 74

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29. Which even the Flavian Emperors enforced 30. There remained but two remnants 31. Of Sadducee priestly families 32. as hereditary leaders of Christianity 33. The first being Cyrene in Libya 34. And the second being Antioch

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (75 AD) 3. Tuathal Techtmar, 4. A member of the Holly family 5. son of Fachu Finnolach 6. who was the senior administrator 7. during the absence 8. of Ha-Rama-Theo (His divine highness) 9. King Joseph (C-CILEANN) 10. Did become High King of Ireland 11. With his wife Mary 12. Daughter of Jesus and Mariamne 13. For a reign of over thirty years 14. King Tuathal Techtmar and Queen Mary 15. Who is listed in ancient Christian books as Baine 16. Did have more than three children 17. Whose real names have long been stolen 18. And many grandchildren of this is certain 19. Their son Fedlimid Rechtmar 20. was a great High King of Ireland 21. As for James, the son of Jesus and Mary 22. The history of Wales
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23. Long destroyed 24. So that such blood be hard to reconcile 25. Except the Plantagenets 26. Who did claim a (Holly) Holy right 27. Of Kingship centuries later 28. If this be the blood of the lost Prince of Wales 29. None can be so certain 30. But never pure Holly royal blood that can be sure 31. And of Salome 32. Also known as Sara 33. The Franks, once coastal pirates 34. Who migrated north away 35. from Christian and Roman swords 36. To return as the Merovingians 37. Did claim Holly blood 38. Known as sangreal 39. Or the Holly (Holy) Grail 40. As for the husband of Salome 41. And her progeny 42. None can be certain 43. Other than those who did claim such right 44. Before their end 45. at the hands of Roman Popes

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (75 AD) 3. At the age of sixty, Flavius Josephus 4. Also known as St. Luke was released 5. From the service of the Roman Emperors 6. And granted lands and noble status 7. During his service he had written 8. to his first wife and sons 9. of his glorious works 10. And they looked to the day of his return 11. But during his service he had fallen 12. For a beautiful noble Roman girl 13. Whose ancestors came from nobles of Greece 14. Josephus while in Rome 15. married the second time in the year 71 16. So upon his release 17. He did write to his first wife 18. That the marriage was ended 19. And with his second wife moved to Thebes 20. With his two new sons 21. The first being named Flavius Josephus Justus 22. Born in the year 72 23. The second being Flavius Josephus Valentinus 24. Born in the year 74 25. Deliberately corrupted as Simonides Agrippa 26. By Christian scribes 27. The first wife of Josephus was enraged 28. Herself of the House of Boethus 29. An ancient and powerful Sadducee priest family 30. Her sons did curse the Greeks 31. Their women and their sciences
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32. For taking their father from them 33. Within two years of his new home 34. Josephus (St. Luke) came to a change of heart 35. Upon reading the true Gnostic words of Jesus 36. He no longer embraced the false faith 37. Of Christianity he had helped 38. Architect with Paul 39. Instead, he encouraged the development 40. Of Gnosticism 41. The true faith of Jesus 42. with active editing of texts 43. And writing scrolls refuting 44. the false Articles of the Sadducees 45. Who supported Christianity 46. The exiled Sadducee Christians of Cyrene 47. Led by the first wife and sons of Josephus 48. Cursed the Greeks for bewitching their father 49. And vowed to destroy every last Temple 50. and text of knowledge 51. That beguiled and took their father from them 52. For as their father and half brothers 432. 1. In the year 79

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53. immersed themselves in knowledge 54. to the first sons knowledge 55. became as great an enemy 56. as the Nazarenes themselves

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (79 AD) 3. Mt Vesuvius erupted 4. with such violence and force 5. It did bury the cities 6. of Pompeii and Herculaneum 7. within one afternoon 8. Within one year (80) 9. Rome herself was struck 10. by a great Fire 11. which lasted for three days 12. that caused the superstitious Romans 13. fear towards the Flavian Emperors 14. these emperors had displeased the gods 15. Domitian did visit all the great viziers 16. And priests to seek an answer 17. To the troubles of the Gods 18. He did also visit 19. the old and trusted Flavius Josephus 20. Josephus (St. Luke) now completely Converted 21. to the true faith of Gnosis in Jesus 22. did tell Domitian 23. That god had doomed the Romans 24. On account of continued human sacrifice

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25. In the temples of Cybele 26. And the secret temples of the Christians 27. He did tell Domitian 28. that the christians Most wicked 29. did pray daily for the destruction 30. of Rome and the world 31. so that they might rule 32. as servants of demons 33. Domitian returned to Rome 34. and within the year 35. Titus was dead 36. and Domitian was Emperor 37. He then ordered all the temples 38. of Ancient goddesses and priests accused 39. Of human sacrifice to be closed 40. Making a new law that any person 41. Who attended such a ceremony 42. Would be guilty of a capital crime 43. This greatly upset the Roman nobles 44. and even the slaves 45. on account of the return to dark ways 46. following the doom of Vesuvius 47. and the second fire of Rome 48. Hundreds of the eunuch priests of Cybele 49. and thousands across the Empire 50. and even hundreds of Roman nobles 434. 1. In the year 101 433. 1. In the year 96 51. became secret christians

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52. and Rome had its first Christians 53. since the time of Nero 54. In the provinces Domitian 55. issued new orders 56. To hunt down and kill every last Christian 57. Domitians troops did find Sadducee Christians 58. In Asia Minor 59. But in Rome, 60. in Greece an other centres 61. the new Christians 62. once pagans 63. and never Sadducee jews 64. were not easily found

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (96 AD) 3. Emperor Domitian did give up the ghost 4. Upon no heir 5. A loyal member of the Flavians 6. Whose name was Nerva became Emperor 7. For just two years 8. Upon which Trajan became Emperor

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (101 AD) 3. John of Patmos

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4. Also known as St. John the Apostle 5. The only disciples whose work 6. Was included by the Sadducee Jewish families 7. Who founded Christianity 8. As an approved gospel 9. Did give up the ghost 10. And for centuries that followed 11. the meaning of his anagrams 12. and words remained contested

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15. Amongst the Sadducee noble exiles 16. Upon the death of his father 17. Flavius Josephus Valentinus 18. Did start a school of Gnostic philosophy In Athens 19. Using the most important 20. original Gnostic and Nazarene scripture 21. of Jesus and the apostles 22. Bequeathed to him from his father 23. But after two years had failed to attract 24. Any notable Greek students 25. On account of the strangeness 26. Of the true teachings of Jesus 27. And the Athenians love of their gods 28. Too close to Sadducee relatives

435. 1. In the year 104 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (104 AD) 3. Josephus also known as St. Luke 4. Did give up the ghost at Thebes In Greece 5. At the age of eighty nine 6. A man of greatness 7. First for being the architect 8. of The false religion of Christianity 9. And second for being the architect 10. of A formalized Gnostic faith 11. The true faith of Jesus 12. Upon his death 13. His son Lucius also known as St. Lucius 14. Of Cyrene became the most senior Christian

436. 1. In the year 106 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (106 AD) 3. Flavius Josephus Valentinus 4. Did travel to Alexandria 5. And its great Library 6. Where he sought out 7. The greatest scholars and scribes 8. To understand more deeply 9. The meaning of the Gnostic scriptures of Jesus 10. Given to him by his father Josephus 11. also known as St. Luke 12. There he did meet Basilides 13. The son of the chief Librarian and priest Glaucias

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14. Who was familiar with some aspects of Gnostic ideas 15. Basilides took an interest in the scriptures 16. and introduced Valentinus to other scholars 17. and nobles from around the world 18. There Valentinus did meet exiles from Judea 19. Including a girl by the name of Sabina 20. Of the royal Herodian and Hasmonean houses 21. In the year 108 they did wed 22. And had several children 23. Including Flavius Josephus Clemens 24. Also known as Titus Flavius Clemens 25. And Clement of Alexandria 26. Born in the year 110 27. For the next six years 28. Valentinus with Basilides and other scholars 29. Did compare the wisdom of Jesus 30. With the known knowledge of the world 31. In the greatest of ancient libraries 32. In the end 33. Valentinus wrote some of his own gospels 437. 1. In the year 108

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34. As interpretations of the message of Jesus 35. And began to teach students at Alexandria 36. By the year 114 Basilides 37. became chief priest and librarian 38. of the Great Library of Alexandria 39. and the fame of Valentinus spread 40. across the Roman Empire 41. His students and followers 42. some of the greatest minds of the ages 43. including Ptolemaeus (Ptolemy) of Egypt 44. Theodotus, Florinus, Axionicus of Antioch 45. Caedidus of Athens, Heracleon and Kolorbasos 46. Even his half brother Lucius (St. Lucius) 47. the Christian Sadducee Bishop of Cyrene 48. had heard of the fame of his brother 49. and cursed him as a heretic and liar 50. vowing to destroy his work 51. and erase all memory of Gnosticism

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (108 AD) 3. Fedlimid Rechtmar, son of 4. High King Tuathal Techtmar 5. and Queen Mary 6. grandson of Jesus and Mariamne 7. did become High King of Ireland 8. from the death of his father 9. but some Christian scribes 10. do falsely place a man of myth

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11. Mal mac Rochride 12. between them 13. Such is the malvevolance 14. towards the most ancient druid kings 15. by the conquerers of history 16. The grandson of Jesus and Mariamne 17. Holly King Fedlimid Rechtmar 18. did have several children 19. and many grandchildren 20. and his son 21. known as Cinn Ctchathach 22. whose name means 23. Seat who (is) your holly judgment 24. Cinn being holly (holy) judge 25. c being who 26. t being your 27. chathach being ancient chair and city 28. wrongly written as conn 29. did become High King after his father 5. the cities of Antioch and Apamea 6. Many thousands died

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7. The survivors of the Sadducee families 8. Now hereditary Christian nobles 9. Did migrate to Cyrene 10. With their militias and arms 11. And joined forces with the leader 12. Of the Christian church 13. Bishop Lucius, the son of Josephus (St. Luke) 14. While others did migrate north 15. To the Kingdom of Pontus 16. On the Black Sea 17. With these militia 18. and the Descendents of the House of Ananias 19. united once again 20. Bishop Lucius, son of Josephus (St. Luke) 21. Did declare himself Messiah King of the Jews 22. and ordered his forces to kill every last 23. man, woman and child of Greek origin 24. and culture in the city of Cyrene 25. The Sadducee Christians under the leadership of St. Lucius 26. did set about destroying every temple, every building 27. killing every last soul in Cyrene 28. that was not a Christian 29. Lucius then rounded up the children of the Greeks and Romans 30. and built a great tophet (raised altar) 31. in the manner of his ancestors

438. 1. In the year 115 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (115 AD) 3. A great earthquake 4. Did completely destroy

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32. and burnt the children alive 33. as offering to Satan, to Dagan and Cybele 34. the gods of the Sadducee Christians 35. so that within one month over two hundred and fifty thousand 36. innocent men, women and children 37. were murdered and sacrificed by the Christians 38. to increase his army 39. Lucius (St. Lucius) offered able bodied men 40. but one chance to save themselves 41. by becoming christians and saving their family 42. so that upon heading east towards Egypt 43. the army of Lucius, the son of St. Luke 44. had swelled to several more thousand

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7. Valentinus and the chief scribes of Alexandria 8. had received word 9. of the Christian evil of Lucius (St. Lucius) 10. and the murder of the whole city 11. and the inhabitants 12. even many Roman soldiers 13. did flee the city Eastward 14. ahead of such wicked men 15. these Christians 16. that ate the flesh of children 17. drinking the blood of their victims 18. Valentinus along with others 19. escaped to the Isle of Cyprus 20. When his half brother Lucius (St. Lucius) 21. and his Christian army came to Alexandria 22. the city was mostly abandoned 23. they destroyed part of the Great Library 24. but did not harm the parts 25. dedicated to the ancient goddess 26. they destroyed the temple of Pompey 27. and many other structures 28. Upon hearing of the events of Cyrene 29. Emperor Trajan sent the prefect of the Praetorian 30. Quintus Marcius Turbo to destroy 31. the Christian Sadducee army of Lucius (St. Lucius) 32. Lucius upon hearing from tortured prisoners 33. that his half brother had escaped to Cyprus 34. did order his militia to Cyprus 35. Upon seeing the approaching fleet of Lucius 36. Valentinus and his disciples

439. 1. Lucius (St. Lucius) upon the wickedness 2. of Cyrene 3. then set his sight upon Alexandria 4. and capturing and erasing 5. all memory of Valentinus 6. his half brother

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37. escaped by boat and made their way 38. first to Greece and then 39. finally to Rome 40. to seek protection from Trajan 41. Upon landing in Cyprus 42. Lucius (St. Lucius) 43. also named as Lukuas 44. in order to confuse 45. St Lucius did order every single living soul upon the island 46. to be murdered 47. and the children sacrificed 48. by being thrown upon fires 49. in honor of the demon gods of 50. the Sadducee Christians 51. so that within less than two weeks 52. Over two hundred thousand innocent 53. men, women and children 54. had been tortured and murdered 55. by the Christian army of Lucius (St. Lucius) 56. the son of Josephus (St. Luke) 57. Quintus Marcius Turbo and his troops 58. did reconquer Alexandria 59. and wipe out the Sadducee Christian stronghold 60. of Cyrene 61. then turned his attention to Cyprus 62. Where Lucius (St. Lucius) 63. had set his new capital

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64. as the Christian Messiah King of the Jews 65. Upon the relentless attacks of the Romans 66. Lucius sent his brother Julian 66. to send word to 66. to the Sadducee christian strongholds 67. in Turkey and Mesopotamia 68. to rise up and fight for their king 69. Julian did meet with the leader Ignatius of Antioch 70. of the Sadducees Christians of the region 71. who sent his son with Julian whose name was Papias 72. later changed by historians to Pappas 73. also descended from the House of Ananias 74. Through High Priest Theophilus 75. in the city of Antioch 76. Papias did help Julian 77. Travel East to each of the cities 78. and ferment rebellion 79. In the cities of Nisbis in Turkey 80. in Osroene in Edessa 81. and even Selecia on the Tigris 82. The Sadducee communities rallied 83. all Jews and christians 84. against the Romans 85. Believing the stories 86. that Lucius was the Messiah 87. While Turbo sought to conquer Cyprus 88. Trajan sent

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89. Mauretanian general Lusius Quietus 90. To eliminate all the christians and jews 91. from Mesopotamia and Syria 92. In the end the christian army 93. of Lucius on Cyprus 94. was defeated 95. But Lucius (St. Lucius) escaped 96. to Judea 97. where he was caught by Turbo 98. and Lucius along with Ignatius of Antioch 99. were executed in 117 100. while the last remaining Sadducee christians and Jews 101. held out at Lydda 102. until 118 when Julian was executed 103. Where the Rabbinical Patriarch Gamaliel II 104. Who did support Bishop Lucius 105. was executed 106. Only Rabbi Joshua bar Hananiah 107. and his disciples 108. who opposed the Sadducee Christian led revolt 109. did survive 110. the executions of Lydda 111. except Papias son of Ignatius of Antioch 440. 1. In the year 117

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112. who changed his name to Polycarp

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (117 AD) 3. Cinn (Conn) Ctchathach 4. son of High King Fedlimid Rechtmar 5. a member of the Holly (Holy) Family 6. the Cuilleain, most ancient and sacred druids 7. and great grandson of Jesus and Mariamne 8. did become High King of Ireland 9. upon the passing of his father 10. known in the histories as Fedlimid Rechtmar 11. High King Cinn 12. did inherit the High Kingship directly 13. for the figure Cathair Mr 14. being a mythical creature 15. created to destroy the line 16. of the Holly 17. and strengthen the claims 18. of those that did curse 19. Ireland and her sacred past 20. when they took the throne by force 21. For most important they claim 22. That Cathair had at least thirty sons 23. Enough so that all who wish 24. to claim High Kingship 25. and change the truth of Ireland 26. might finds refuge 27. in the pen of scoundrels

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28. A great King was Cinn 29. And had many children 30. and many grandchildren 31. A reign of forty-seven years 32. At which time his son 33. Art (Arthur) mac Cinn 34. Did become the Holly High King

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17. And why there be such an evil twin 18. To Gnosis in Christianity 19. Valentinus then did spend considerable time 20. With the Emperor and his family 21. Helping teaching his staff and household 22. Valentinus assisted the Emperor 23. In establishing a strong moral code 24. Across the Empire 25. Strengthening the loyalty 26. Of the legions 27. But Hadrian remained obsessed 28. In the true history of Jesus 29. the Sadducee Christians 30. their history and practice of human sacrifice 31. And how the world 32. Might be finally rid of such evil

441. 1. In the year 117 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (117 AD) 3. Emperor Trajan did give up the ghost 4. Upon his death a great general 5. By the name of Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrianus 6. Assumed the throne 7. Originally from Spain 8. His family had long known 9. Of the wisdom of the Holly 10. The most ancient and sacred druids 11. Upon the ending of the evil of Lucius (St. Lucius) 12. And the Sadducee Christian rebels 13. Trajan did summonse Valentinus 14. The half brother of Lucius 15. To discuss with him the nature of Gnosis 16. The true message of Jesus known as Christ

442. 1. In the year 120 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (120 AD) 3. Papias, son of St. Ignatius of Antioch 4. And a Sadducee Christian 5. Descended from the House of Ananias 6. Did find refuge with exiled Sadducee families 7. In the city of Hierapolis 8. In the central region of Anatolia 9. A city that did not partake in the rebellion 10. And had escaped the persecution of the Romans 11. For his safety, 12. Papias had changed his name to Polycarp
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13. A man enraged with the Gnostics 14. Who he called heretics 15. A man who hated the Greeks and Romans 16. and now considered all forms 17. of civilized knowledge as a threat 18. to the Sadducee christian dynasty 19. Polycarp spent his days in hiding 20. Writing and instructing scribes 21. both in his old name as Papias 22. still wanted by the Romans for Lydda 23. and the rebellion 24. and as Polycarp to pagan christians 25. sending messages to all Christians 26. Including the secret pagan Christian 27. Communities across the Empire 28. Even in Rome 29. That began when Domitian did close 30. All ancient temples that did participate 31. In human sacrifice 32. With the death of Julius (St. Julius) 33. And Justin, Papias (Polycarp) 34. Assumed the kingship 35. Of Christianity as the most senior Sadducee 36. A position held by the House of Ananias 442. 1. In the year 130 37. since christianity was formed 38. to destroy the House of Joseph 39. and the true message of Jesus 40. almost a hundred years before.

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (130 AD) 3. Emperor Hadrian accompanied By Valentinus 4. Did visit Jerusalem 5. To see for himself 6. The birthplace of Nazarene 7. And Christian beliefs 8. the site of the ancient human sacrifice 9. Of the Sadducee priests 10. To their demonic gods 11. Relatives of the ancient Roman gods 12. and to tred the path of Jesus the Messiah 13. Upon the ruins of the Temple Mount 14. As a follower of the faith of Jesus 15. In the Gnostic tradition 16. In the existence of a universal god 17. Hadrian did declare 18. That a new temple would be built 19. Not to pagan gods 20. But to the goddess of wisdom Sophia 21. later mischieviously claimed to be Jupiter 22. a god no longer in favour in Rome 23. on account of the Gnostics 24. Hadrian did also declare

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25. that the city of Jerusalem 26. Would be renamed Aelia Capitolina 27. And that all form of mutilation 28. Including castration, circumcision 29. Would be officially banned 30. Upon hearing the new edicts of the Emperor 31. Simon son of Gamaliel II 32. The Nasci or President of the Great Sanhedrin 33. Controlled by the Rabbinical Jewish scribes 34. Descended from the Pharisees 35. Did consider this an abomination 36. News was sent to Polycarp (Papias) 37. In hiding for seek his support 38. And Polycarp agreed to send 39. His son Ignatius 40. Later known as Iraneus of Lyons 41. To support Simon 42. To rally surviving Sadducees and Pharisees 43. Against this apparent outrage 44. Simon adopted a war title 45. Of Simon bar Kokhba 46. Meaning Simon son of a star

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (131 AD) 3. Works commenced in tearing up the old temple 4. To make way for the new temple to Sophia 5. Which means wisdom in Greek 6. Simon son of Gamaliel II 7. Now calling himself Simon bar Kokhba 8. Did rally supporters in the region 9. hundreds of thousands of Pharisee Jews 10. And Sadducees came to Judea 11. But rather than rushing into arms 12. With the Romans, they spent a full year 13. Preparing elaborate traps 14. And training in arms 15. Before they attacked 16. Polycarp (Papias) having 17. Bitter memories, called for his son 18. Ignatius to withdraw from active fighting 19. And to remain a spectator 20. Then Simon, son of Gamaliel struck 21. With such force and precision 22. It caught the Roman legions off guard 23. And the combined Jewish forces 24. Wiped out an entire legion 25. Simon declared himself leader 26. Of an independent Jewish state 27. And named Rabbi Akiva his High Priest 28. Upon the attack, Hadrian 29. Did not waste time 30. And ordered all available troops 31. From across the Empire

443. 1. In the year 131

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32. Far greater in number than Titus 33. Sixty years before 34. But Simon had anticipated 35. The Roman forces 36. And at each step 37. The cost of battle was high 38. Yet the Romans did not withdraw 39. Instead they crushed the Sadducee and Pharisee Rebellion 40. until by the year 135 the remnants 41. were killed in the taking 42. of the fortress of Betar 43. In the end, over half a million 44. Pharisee and Sadducee jews were killed 45. And tens of thousands of Roman soldiers 46. So great were the losses of the Jews 47. That in many cities of the Empire 48. Few remained 49. The school of Yavne 50. Was destroyed so that no trace remained 51. And no Sanhedrin nor Nasci (President) 52. Existed in Rabbinical Judaism 53. For over one hundred years 54. A truth long since covered up 55. By names of myth and deception 445. 1. In the year 138 444. 1. In the year 135

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56. So taken by the deceit of the Pharisees and Sadducees 57. Were the Romans, that no Jew 58. Was permitted in the Levant 59. Nor to bury their dead from the rebellion 60. Who lay exposed for many years

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (135AD) 3. Upon the defeat of the Sadducee and Pharisee forces 4. Polycarp did leave Hierapolis 5. In search of safety from the Roman agents 6. Searching for him 7. He sent his son Ignatius west 8. where he changed his name to Irenaeus 9. to hide the identity of his father 10. and grandfather 11. First to Spain and then to France 12. And the city of Lyons 13. Where Irenaeus (Ignatius) did found a strong 14. Christian community 15. Some years later 16. Polycarp did return to Smyrna 17. Until he was finally found

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (138AD) 3. Emperor Hadrian

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4. Did give up the ghost 5. He was succeeded by Antoninus Pius 6. At one time who studied with Valentinus 7. So strong was the belief of the new Emperor 8. Upon the truth of the Gnostic beliefs 9. First formed by Jesus 10. That he ordered that the scriptures of Valentinus 11. Be distributed across the Empire 12. And that schools for the study of Gnosticism 13. Be established in every corner of the Roman Empire 14. Under the wise leadership of Pius 15. Gnosticism reached its highest point of respect 16. student of Valentinus 447. 1. In the year 153

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9. He was buried in a great golden casket 10. At a temple erected in his honour 11. Upon the Via Flaminia 12. And the Porta Flaminia (now known as the Porta del Popolo) 13. was known for many centuries 14. after he was remade 15. by the Christian church fathers 16. into a christian saint 17. to hide his identity 18. as the Gate of St. Valentine.

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (153 AD) 3. Upon the death of his father Valentinus 4. Flavius Josephus Clemens 5. Did inherit the originals 6. of the most sacred scriptures of the Gnostics 7. Now copied many times 8. and distributed with the students of his father 9. Clemens was deeply troubled 10. For while he was raised 11. To believe in the truth of Gnostic tradition 12. He saw the power of the simplistic faith 13. Refined by the Sadducee Christians 14. But most he sought a way reconcile 15. The contradictions of the beliefs 16. Of his grandfather Flavius Josephus (St. Luke) 17. In forming both Christianity and Gnosticism

446. 1. In the year 153 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (153 AD) 3. (Flavius Josephus) Valentinus 4. Did give up the ghost at the age of 79 5. In the month of February 6. All Rome was in mourning 7. Emperor Antoninus Pius 8. Declared a day of mourning

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18. In the same year, Clemens returned 19. To Alexandria where he was schooled 20. And began to consider a rational way 21. By which he could employ 22. The reasoning of the Greeks 23. To unify both Gnostic thought and Christian beliefs 24. Thereby ending the feud 25. Between them 26. But students of Gnostic belief considered 27. The actions of Clemens 28. As heresy against his father Valentinus 29. So he changed his name to Titus Flavius Clemens 30. And ended direct ties with the students 31. And followers of his father Valentinus 32. He did marry and had several children 33. The most notable being Leonides 34. A devoted follower of his father's work 35. who developed a deep hatred 36. towards gnostics 37. on account of his fathers exile
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38. and poverty as Gnosticism of his grandfather (Valentinus) 39. swept the Roman Empire

448. 1. In the year 155 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (155 AD) 3. Polycarp, the Bishop of Smyrna 4. And member of the Sadducee noble families 5. That founded Christianity 6. Whose real name was Papias 7. And wrongly written as Pappas 8. A man who participated 9. in the Wars of Lucius (St. Lucius) 10. and escaped the fortress Lydda 11. A fanatical anti-Gnostic Christian scribe 12. Was finally discovered in Smyrna 13. There he was executed on the orders 14. Of Emperor Marcus Aurelius 15. A devoted follower 16. of the true teachings of Jesus of Nazara 17. And follower of the Gnostics 18. Upon hearing of his fathers death 19. Ignatius (Irenaeus) 20. also known as St. Irenaeus of Lyons 21. Was enraged and vowed 22. That he would destroy Gnosticism 23. By any means necessary

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449. 1. Ignatius (Irenaeus) of Smyrna (Turkey) 2. Also known as Irenaus of Lyons 3. Did hatch a brilliant plan 4. To end the reign of the Gnostics 5. For so many of the dynasties 6. And true history had been destroyed 7. So Irenaeus began creating whole 8. Histories of people, times and places 9. So that a complete succession of fictious 10. People did emerge 11. Ignatius who had created a whole new 12. false identity for himself 13. create new mythical popes 14. Such as Pope Clement 15. for whom he created entire false documents and letters 16. he did wholly change the early history of the church 17. introducing not Pope Linus as the first Pope 18. but made Simon bar Jonah 19. the leader of the Jerusalem uprising 20. the first Pope 21. then he made Simon the "Peter" 22. the anointed successor of Jesus 23. not James the brother of Jesus
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24. So that a complete and fictional line of apostolic succession 25. could be made 26. In the case of Josephus 27. He did turn him into St.Luke 28. so that no person might 29. realize the importance of him 30. in forming both religions 31. Once Ignatius (Irenaeus) 32. had completed such magical fiction 33. he then set about 34. attacking each and every point of gnosticism 35. but most of all 36. he attacked it on the argument 37. of his false succession 38. that he and his family 39. were the true heirs of the spiritual 40. dynasty of Jesus 41. and no other 42. An argument 43. that provided just a few steps away 44. for later followers of the teachings of Irenaeus 45. to claim Jesus had no family 46. and was the only son of God 47. that all claims against the christians were wicked 48. and that the Sadducees magically disappeared 49. never to be spoken again 50. after the destruction of Jerusalem.

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450. 1. In the year 165 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (165 AD) 3. Great Holly King Cinn (Conn) Ctchathach 4. did give up the ghost 5. The High Kingship of Ireland 6. did then fall to his son 7. Art (Arthur) mac Cinn 8. also of the Cuilleain 9. the Holly family 10. and great great grandson of Jesus and Mariamne 11. who ruled for nearly forty years 12. Again did Christian scribes 13. insert mythical kings 14. such as Conaire Cem 15. to imply great battles for High Kingship 16. when the Holly had ruled 17. such a post except for one rebellion 18. in hundreds of years 19. For if undisputed kingship 20. of most ancient sacred blood 21. unchallenged be 22. then delicate history forged 23. for centuries may fail to hold 24. It was the name Art (Arthur) 25. that British scribes later 451. 1. In the year 200 26. sourced their fictions 27. to built a history 28. of England 29. that never existed 30. and resign the Holly Kings 31. real people of flesh and blood 32. to a prison of fable

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (200 AD) 3. Ignatius (Irenaeus) of Smyrna (Turkey) 4. Also known as Irenaus of Lyons 5. Did give up the ghost 6. The last of the descendents of High Priest Theophilus 7. of the House of Ananias 8. With the death of Clemens of Alexandria 9. The House of Josephus 10. His line continued through Leonides 11. And his son Origen 12. Who in years to come 13. Became a great Christian scholar 14. In seeking to finish the work 15. of his grandfather 16. in finding resolve of the opposing 17. religions of Josephus (St. Luke) 18. The last great House of Ananias 19. The Sadducee priests who founded Christianity 20. Was almost at an end

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21. And the age of pagan Christian leaders had begun 22. For while the true Gnostic faith of Jesus 23. Enjoyed the sun of the Empire 24. The strength of Christian hate grown strong 25. As persecution had firmed a faith 26. Long forgotten is satanic roots 27. Believing true a faith of good 28. The ignorant flocked to join 29. Finding strength in hate of wisdom 30. Finding comfort in might and power 31. In the domination of men 32. And the end of the world 453. 11. then sores across their bodies 12. dying in great agony of the pox 13. Many thousands died 14. An across the Empire 15. Roman nobles and priests 16. saw this horrible disease 17. as a dark omen

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18. that the Roman House of Antonine 19. was cursed by the Gods

1. Upon the death of Emperor Marcus Aurelius 2. In the year 180 3. Since the birth of John the Baptist (180 AD) 4. The leadership of the Roman Empire 5. Went through great upheaval 6. Marcus Aurelius had raised his son Commodus 7. A man without moral regard 8. To become co-Emperor in the year 176 9. And Commodus did rule on his own 10. from The year 180 to 192 11. Upon his death, no less than five Emperors 12. Did rule and fight for power in the year 193 13. Until a Roman General 14. under the Name Lucius Septimius Severus 15. Born in the former Phoenician city of Neapolis 16. Also known as Leptis Magna in Libya 17. Did become Emperor in April 193 18. Septimius Severus became Emperor in April 193 19. He then did rule on his own

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452. 1. In the year 166 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (166 AD) 3. Upon troops and generals 4. returning to Rome from the East 5. A terrible plague erupted 6. later called the Antonine Plague 7. and the Plague of Galen 8. people of all ages 9. came down with fever 10. and bowel sickness

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20. And at times with members of his clan 21. Until his death in 211 22. It was Lucius Septimius Severus 23. Who brought Victor a Sadducee Christian 24. But not of high priestly blood 25. from Leptis Magna in Libya 26. Their same city of birth 27. To Rome to become 28. the first Recognized Christian Bishop of Rome 29. For over 120 years 30. He was the first Emperor to rescind the capital law 31. of death to christians 32. From the time of Nero 33. Christians were either eliminated 34. Or too scattered to have an effective leader 35. And no bishop existed in Rome at all 36. Either in secret or openly 37. Prior to the reign of Marcus Aurelius 38. The names listed and claimed 39. Being a horrendous fraud 40. Midst many frauds 41. Which even included 42. False documents 454. 1. In the year 204 43. false bodies

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44. and even false archeological discoveries 45. to support A succession that never was 46. The notable rule of Pope Victor I 47. Saw the church of Rome 48. Decide for the first time 49. That Jesus was no longer 50. Crucified on the 14th Nisan 51. a fact even the Sadducee Christians 52. long understood as true 53. But then according to the feast of Eostre 54. The ancient blood worship 55. Ritual of the mother goddess 56. When churches in Asia Minor 57. Complained of the heresy 58. Rome ignored them at first 59. And in later years ensured all 60. Worshippers of 14th Nisan as the correct Date 61. were eliminated as heretics 62. thus Christianity had evolved 63. to not just absorbing gnosticism 64. nor just absorbing the truth of Jesus 65. but in absorbing the truth of itself 66. that even christians 67. could now be heretics to themselves

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (204 AD) 3. The Great Holly King Art (Arthur) mac Cinn
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4. High King of Ireland 5. Did give up the ghost 6. A member of the Holly family 7. The most ancient and sacred of druids 8. He was succeeded by his son 9. The mighty and wise Cormac mac Art 10. The great great great grandson 11. of Jesus and Mariamne 12. Of the many things that Cormac be 13. A wise King first and foremost 14. Sensing growing tension with the lesser kings 15. He created a round table at which all Kings 16. May sit as equals 17. The first time such a deed had been done 18. In any of the British isles 19. And a truth stolen by Geoffrey of Oxford 20. Upon his mythical tales 21. Of Fabled English kings 22. For Cormac was Arthur 23. There is no doubt 24. The King of the Round Table 25. And Tara, was the greatest 26. Of forts long before

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27. The dreams of Geoffrey and Camelot 28. It was Cormac that commissioned 29. The writing of the Great Irish cycles 30. As even the most ancient Irish 31. Had long forgotten their most ancient history 32. It is these cycles 33. Butchered by willing Christian monks 34. And warlords seeking older 35. Blood that formed 36. the Stories that now reign as Irish past 37. A poor reflection 38. of what Was once a magnificent feat 39. But most of all Cormac sensed 40. The coming darkness 41. Of the collapsing Empire 42. Wise Holly King Cormac did build 43. three great new universities 44. to compliment Clonmacnoise 45. upon the River Shannon 46. in Leinster 47. For the Kingdom of Ulster 48. Holly King Cormac did build the school of Bangor 49. on the Belfast Lough 50. For the Kingdom of Connacht 51. Holly King Cormac did build the school of Clonfert 52. in west Gallway 53. For the Kingdom of Meath 54. Holly King Cormac did build the school of Clonard 55. upon the River Boyne
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56. For the Kingdom of Munster 57. Holly King Cormac did build the school of Cork 58. Upon the River Lee 59. And invited scholars and scribes 60. From all lands 61. To come to Ireland 62. And fill its great schools 63. And universities 64. So that by the end of his Kingship 65. It was Ireland above all others 66. That reigned as the beacon 67. Of light, of learning and hope 68. For the ancient world

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10. Funded by wealthy Sadducee Carpophorus 11. Callixtus was a notorious gambler 12. And womanizer 13. But should be better remembered 14. As the first Pope permitted 15. Upon the ascension of Emperor Elagabalus 16. A mere youth lost of any morals 17. To re-open the badly damaged 18. Temple of Cybele 19. Upon Vatican Hill 20. As a returned place of worship 21. For Christians 22. In honor the demonic gods 23. For which in part the religion was first formed 24. There, after its closure 25. For over one hundred years 26. The most high Sadducee Bishop 27. Returned the celebration of child murder 28. To the sacred temple upon Vatican Hill 29. The High Mass in honor of Satanism 30. To which only the most noble and elite 31. Of Christianity have ever been permitted 32. To witness 33. But to the common masses who follow 34. Is an inconceivable lie 35. There upon Vatican Hill 36. At the most sacred Temple to the Queen of Heaven 37. the Sadducee Christian families did declare 38. They would once again control 39. The church they had founded

455. 1. In the year 217 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (217 AD) 3. Marcus Opellius Macrinus 4. The Prefect of the Praetorian Guard 5. Did become Emperor upon the murder 6. Of Lucius Septimius Bassianus known as Caracalla 7. While a short lived reign 8. His ascension as Emperor marked the year 9. That Pope Callixtus I came to power

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40. And wrest control back 41. From Christian bishops who harkened 42. From Gnostic blends 43. And non-Sadducean blood 44. across the Eastern churches 20. A crude attempt at fairy tales 21. When truth has its own power 22. Mug Ruth being a myth 23. No more real

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24. than Simon bar Jonah (Simon Peter) 25. Being the first Pope of Rome 26. Just as Fergus Dubdtach 27. A terrible lie 28. A clumsy habit 29. Of inserting false names 30. At predictable measure 31. Between real kings 32. For Cormac was a Priest King 33. A mighty druid in his own right 34. And at his death 35. He was succeeded by his son and no other 36. written in the annals 37. only as Cairbre Lifechair 38. But by tradition most surely 39. Caibre mac Cormac 40. Of the Holly family 41. And the great great great great grandson 42. of Jesus and Mariamne 43. Again, out of foolish habit 44. The Christian monks 45. Could not help 46. but Break the line 47. With another lie 48. In the same manner 49. As many other lies

456. 1. In the year 244 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (244 AD) 3. Cormac mac Art 4. The Holly King 5. The great High King of Ireland 6. Of the Cuillean 7. Most ancient and sacred druid family 8. Did give up the ghost 9. Upon his life and his death 10. Terrible lies were gathered 11. By wicked Christian monks 12. To trick by whatever means 13. The deeds of a good man 14. For Cormac never converted to Christianity 15. As the great great great grandson 16. of Jesus and Mariamne 17. He was the living Sangreal 18. The Holy (Holly) Grail 19. Nor did he battle the fabled Mug Ruith

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50. In Eochaid Gonnat 51. Yet another king that never existed

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26. A great and final curse of the Gods 27. And more flocked to hear 28. The End times rhetoric 29. Of Christians 30. Not to persecute 31. For every disaster that did befall Rome 32. The Christians and their message 33. Of hate and a powerful God 34. that will destroy the world 35. to fearfully bring more converts

457. 1. In the year 248 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (250 AD) 3. The curse of the pox (smallpox) 4. Did return to the Empire 5. This time it did first erupt 6. In the city of Carthage 7. Then to Rome 8. When Emperor Philip the Arab 9. Did officiate the 1,000 year 10. Celebration of Rome 11. And to Egypt 12. So that within three years 13. Thousands of people 14. Did die in Rome every day 15. Covered in sores 16. With fever and sickness 17. The people of Rome 18. And the empire considered 19. The arrival of the pox 20. Which was later called 21. The Plague of Cyprian 22. to imply hatred towards christians 23. that never happened 24. Upon the millennial anniversary 25. Of the founding of Rome

458. 1. In the year 254 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (254 AD) 3. the leader of the School of Alexandria 4. whose name was Origen 5. Grandson of Clemens 6. Great Grandson of Valentinus 7. Great great grandson of Josephus (St.Luke) 8. Great great great grandson of Matthias 9. Sadducee High Priest 10. Did succumb to the pox 11. And gave up the ghost 12. The last of the Great House of Josephus 13. The end of an era 14. Within two hundred years 15. Even the great Christian scholar Origen 16. Would be considered a heretic 17. Of a faith he helped spawn

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459. 1. In the year 272 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (272 AD) 3. Cairbre Lifechair 4. But by tradition most surely 5. Caibre mac Cormac 6. The Holly King 7. The great High King of Ireland 8. Most ancient and sacred druid family 9. Did give up the ghost 10. The Kingship did then pass 11. To his son 12. Known to us in the corrupted annals 13. As Fiacha Sraibhtine 14. In tradition more Fiacha mac Caibre 15. Whose true name is long erased 16. But whose blood is certain 17. For the new High King Fiacha 18. was the great great great great great grandson 19. of Jesus and Mariamne 20. while wicked priests 21. did continue their habit 22. of placing fictions 23. between the holly high kings 24. in the two fothad 25. clumsy myth 26. lies as regular as the sun 27. King Fiacha did reign until 461. 1. In the year 306 460. 1. In the year 300 28. The year 306

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (300 AD) 3. Pope Marcellinus did commission 4. a scholar for hire 5. whose name was Lucius Lactantius 6. to write a wholly false work 7. called Divinae institutiones 8. also known as Of the False Wisdom of Philosophers 9. in which he attacked 10. all knowledge and science as fraud 11. and specifically all notions of common sense 12. he did write 13. Those who defend these marvellous fictions 14. why all things do not fall 15. into that lower part of the heaven 16. they have once erred 17. consistently persevere in their folly 18. and defend one vain thing by another 19. So wicked in its crafty words 20. the work did condemn 21. in years to come 22. many a legion of doctors 23. and professionals 24. througout the Empire

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (306 AD) 3. Fiacha Sraibhtine 4. But by tradition most surely 5. Fiacha mac Caibre 6. The Holly King 7. The great High King of Ireland 8. Of the Cuilleain 9. Most ancient and sacred druid family 10. Did give up the ghost 11. The Kingship did then pass 12. To his son 13. Known to us in the corrupted annals 14. As Muiredach Tirech 15. In tradition more Muiredach mac Fiacha 16. Whose true name is long erased 17. But whose blood is certain 18. For the new High King Fiacha 19. was the great great great great great great grandson 20. of Jesus and Mariamne 21. while wicked priests 22. did continue their monotonous habit 23. of placing fictions 24. between the holly high kings 25. in the three Collas 26. an outlandish myth 27. lies as regular as the moon rises 28. King Muiredach did reign until 463. 1. In the year 318 29. The year 344

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30. The High King did have two sons 31. Eochaid mac Muiredach the eldest 32. and Egan mac Muiredach 33. also known as Egan Mor 462. 1. In the year 312 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (312 AD) 3. Emperor Constantine 4. A man of low moral judgment 5. And cruel sadistic ways 6. also known as Saint Constantine 7. Did convert to Christianity 8. By Pope Melchiades 9. On account of superstition 10. And pragmatics 11. For Christianity had become 12. A powerful influence 13. as a religion of powerful gods 14. of superstition and magic 15. within the noble families of Rome 16. and the Empire

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (318 AD) 3. Pope Sylvester did meets eight 4. of the Desposynoi descendents 5. of the brothers and sisters of Jesus 6. but the Pope rejected any official recognition

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7. and outright refused the Nazarene demands 8. that Christian bishops be only 9. the proper family descended 10. from the House of Joseph 11. The last contact between a Pope 12. And official representatives 13. For the next centuries 14. The church devoted much time 15. In hunting each one down 16. And ending their life 17. As originally intended 18. By Paul, the founder 19. Of Christianity 12. that it is in accordance 13. with Old Testament teachings.

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14. Sunday has been the (holy) day of worship 15. for Christians ever since. 16. Such twisted wickedness 17. Subverting the rights of humans 18. Gained over thousands of years 19. Marked the beginning 20. Of a never before seen darkness 21. Scholars who sought knowledge 22. in order destroy it 23. the celebration of ignorance and fear 24. as virtues 25. That blind faith 26. in the evilness of such madness 27. was the highest aspiration 28. and that the destruction 29. of all civilization 30. was a day sought 31. in every possible way

464. 1. In the year 321 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (321 AD) 3. Pope Sylvester I did secure official exemption 4. from the jurisdiction 5. of Roman civil law for all clergy, 6. thereby usurping the principles 7. of common law and equity. 8. In the same year 9. Pope Sylvester I did decree that Sunday 10. Did become a public holiday 11. upon the false claim

465. 1. In the year 325 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (325AD) 3. Emperor Constantine 4. As High Priest of the Roman Empire 5. In his role as Pontificus Maximus 6. did call upon the five patriarchs 7. of the main Christian churches 8. To assemble at Nicea
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9. Thus for the first time came together 10. The Pope of Rome 11. The Ecumenical Pope of Byzantium (Constantinople) 12. The most senior of all the christian churches 13. The Pope of Alexandria 14. The Pope of Antioch 15. The Pope of Jerusalem 16. And all their bishops 17. It was here that the Bishops of the Church 18. Elected by vote to make Jesus as God 19. Not by unanimous vote 20. for many did still believe 21. in common sense 22. that he be a great prophet and messiah 23. but not the only son of God 24. in the end with a handful of votes 25. he was elected a God 26. In the same year 27. The Christian troops of Constantine 28. Led by Christian priest 29. did round up and crucify 30. the last remaining Zoroastrian priests 31. known as the Magi in Asia Minor and Palestine. 466. 1. In the year 331 32. the same order of priests 33. and religion referred

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34. as the three wise men in the gospels. 35. Constantine also known as St. Constantine 36. Showed his devotion 37. To such words at Nicea 38. The following year 39. When he first killed his son 40. then entertained guests at a feast 41. Where the main attraction 42. Was the spectacle 43. Of his wife Empress Fausta 44. Being slowly boiled to death 45. In a large cauldron 46. At the centre of the banquet

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (331AD) 3. Eusebius a leadeing scribe 4. in the new Christian world 5. where truth became lies 6. and all knowledge was to be corrupted 7. to ashes and tales 8. was commissioned by Pope Silvester I 9. to re-write the history 10. of the formation of christianity 11. so that all may believe 12. it to be a civilized religion 13. of love and charity
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14. formed not by the Sadducee noble families 15. and Paul of Tarsus 16. but Jesus Christ, now the newly elected son of God 17. In his work 18. called Ecclesiastical History 19. Eusebius did state openly 20. We shall introduce into this history 21. in general only those events which may be useful 22. first to ourselves 23. and afterwards to posterity 468. 1. In the year 344 11. of Saturnia

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (344 AD) 3. Muiredach Tirech 4. But by tradition most surely 5. Muiredach mac Fiacha 6. The Holly King 7. The great High King of Ireland 8. Most ancient and sacred druid family 9. Did give up the ghost 10. The High Kingship did then pass 11. To his son 12. Known to us in the corrupted annals 13. As Eochaid Mugmedon 14. A terrible insulting name 15. In tradition more Eochaid mac Muiredach 16. Whose true name is long erased 17. But whose blood is certain 18. For the new High King Eochaid 19. And by birthright King of Munster 20. was the great great great great great great great grandson 21. of Jesus and Mariamne 22. while wicked priests 23. did continue their irrepressible habit 24. of placing fictions 25. between the holly high kings 26. in Celbad

467. 1. In the year 340 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (340 AD) 3. Pope Julius I was the first Pope of Rome 4. To falsely claim 5. the birth date of Jesus 6. falling upon the pagan date ("Sol Invictus") of December 25 7. instead of 14 Nisan (jewish calendar) 8. For such a change had great significance 9. Being December 25th in ancient Roman days 10. Was the Most important festival

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27. a desperate myth 28. on which many a rogue 29. could hang their coat of arms 30. lies as regular as the tides 31. King Eochaid did reign until 32. The year 368 33. While his brother Egan Mor 34. Became the Prince of Desmond 35. The title of the crown prince 36. of the Holly 470. 1. In the year 356 15. and priests and christian militia 16. loyal to the church

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (356 AD) 3. Emperor Flavius Julius Constantius 4. Upon the official request 5. of Pope Liberius 6. did order the death penalty 7. for all forms of worship 8. involving idolatry or pagan sacrifices 9. but excluding christianity 10. As it happened 11. within three years 12. of this official decree 13. Pope Liberius 14. did appoint the Bishop of Scythopolis 15. of a noble Sadducee family 16. to create the first concentration camp 17. of known history 18. for the sole purpose 19. of mass human sacrifice 20. by burning people alive 21. as had been practiced 22. by the Sadducees 23. and their ancestors the Phoenicians 24. for thousands of years 25. Thousands of innocent 26. men, women and children
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469. 1. In the year 354 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (354 AD) 3. Christian Emperor Flavius Julius Constantius 4. ordered the closure 5. of all remaining Greek pagan Temples 6. of the Roman Empire 7. and the enslavement of all female priestesses 8. and female attendants as prostitutes. 9. Christianity being the first 10. to create a trade across the world 11. of sex slaves 12. a most profitable business 13. that helped keep bishops and popes 14. in their finery

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27. who believed in Gnostic and Arian ideals 28. were sent to the christian death camp 29. but because of their numbers 30. a new invention was created 31. to place them in burning ovens 32. instead of upon tophets 33. as their ancestors had done 34. an invention that the Roman Catholic Popes 35. did use many times 36. over the centuries 37. to honor their demonic gods 38. they worshipped 39. while pretending to be pious and holy men 11. would be excommunicated 12. For Pope Liberius 13. did take this action 14. to end the Roman tradition 15. enabling slaves 16. to gain their freedom 17. their emancipation 18. an honorable tradition 19. that even saw the son of a slave 20. once become Emperor of Rome

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21. No more then under the cruel age 22. of christian evil 23. For the Popes of Rome 24. did end the right of emancipation 25. and introduced the forced spiritual threat 26. of permanent social slavery. 27. Two years later 28. the next stage 29. of christian madness began 30. when Christians burnt to the ground 31. The Great Library of Antioch 32. destroying much of their heritage 33. as with the rest of the world 34. in the same year of this tragedy 35. Emperor Flavius Jovianus 36. did forbid any non-Christian officer 37. from commanding Roman soldiers

471. 1. In the year 362 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (362 AD) 3. That the church under the authority 4. of Pope Liberius 5. at the Council at Gangra 6. in Asia Minor 7. did make it known 8. that any person found telling a slave 9. to despise his master 10. or withdraw from his service

472. 1. In the year 363

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (363 AD) 3. A powerful warlord named Cunedda ap Edern 4. from the southern lands of Northumbria 5. who inhereted a noble Roman military rank 6. from his father whose name was Edern 7. did invade the land of the Ueneda 8. also known as the land of the Gwynedd 9. The Ueneda did claim themselves kindred ancestry 10. to the Holly through James 11. the son of Jesus and Miriamne 12. the Holly Prince of Wales 13. and did claim for themselves 14. the standard of the Lion of Judah 15. But no match for the discipline of the army of Cunedda 16. the chief whose name was Niall of the Ueneda 17. did flee across to Ireland 18. and pleaded safe harbour 19. from the Holly High King Eochaid mac Muiredach 20. On account of their kindred ancestry 473. 1. In the year 366

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21. High King Eochaid mac Muiredach agreed 22. and granted land in the west 23. and the honorary title of King of Connacht 24. and all the exiled Ueneda from Wales 25. who lost their name and kingdom of Gwynedd 26. to the line of Cunedda 27. Niall did become Niall Noigallach 28. and married the daughter of the Holly High King 29. on account of Eochaid mac Muiredach 30. not being blessed with any living sons 31. and the descendents of Niall 32. did later become known as the U Nill

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (366 AD) 3. An even darker age 4. Began for the world 5. With the election of Damasus 6. Son of Antonius 7. As the new Pope 8. A man of less morals 9. than a wild beast 10. his passions for sex 11. for drunkeness and blood 12. knew no bounds 13. Few men have 14. Performed more evil acts 15. And none so perverted 16. To claim it all for love

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17. For Pope Damasus I 18. also known as St. Damasus 19. did deliberately and consciously 20. usurp the natural principles 21. of fair justice 22. through a Papal Bull 23. declaring it heresy 24. to question nature of Christ 25. and other doctrines 26. as decreed at Nicea 27. That by making such claims 28. any person who questioned 29. any church doctrine 30. could have their lands seized 31. and their person and family sacrificed 32. through being tortured 33. and burnt alive 34. by most ancient Sadducee custom 8. Eochaid Mugmedon 9. But by tradition most surely 10. Eochaid mac Muiredach 11. Whose true name is long erased 12. The Holly King 13. The great High King of Ireland 14. Did give up the ghost

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15. Upon the death of the Holly High King 16. As was tradition 17. The Kingship would be granted 18. To a member of the most ancient family of druids 19. The Priest Kings of Ireland 20. But upon there being no direct heir 21. Other Egan mac Muiredach (Egan Mor) his brother 22. Niall Noigallach The King of Connacht 23. A fierce warlord 24. of the exiled Ueneda of Gwynedd 25. who claimed Holly 26. through James the lost Holly Prince of Wales 27. Did march on Tara 28. Catching the Holly druids by surprise 29. Without time to warn 30. The other kings 31. The King of Ulster 32. The King of Munster 33. not the King of Leinster 34. who supported Niall 35. Niall did kill the Tara guard 36. And many senior druids

474. 1. In the year 367 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (367 AD) 3. the powerful Pope Damasius 4. instructed Emperor Flavius Julius Constantius 5. to order all forms of science teaching 6. banned across the Roman Empire. 7. In the same year

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37. Then did claim the High Kingship for himself 38. The first blood not directly related 39. To the Cuilleain 40. To be crowned 41. Upon the stony of destiny 42. The white (limestone) rock of ancient kings 43. In all the years of history 44. The first King 45. Not of Royal Pharaoh blood 46. But of unknown Welsh claim 47. To sit on the green marble throne 48. Of Amen-Ra 49. Usurping the Holly Family 50. And cursing Ireland with a great curse 51. For his supreme blasphemy 52. In ending the reign of the Holly 53. The descendents of Jesus and Mariamne 54. The Descendents of the most ancient Hyksos 55. The House of Judah 56. As High Kings of Ireland 57. No shortage of Sons did Niall suffer 58. For over a hundred did he spawn 59. Nor was Niall and his descendants 60. Fearful of any high druid curse 61. For over time their descendents 475. 1. Upon the ascension of Niall 62. freely made themselves the sons 63. of the last Holly High King

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64. Erasing much of the history of Ireland 65. as poorly as any fanatic 66. To pretend to legitimize their reign 67. A deep and most grave slur 68. Against the name of the Holly 69. That has stood for far too long 70. For only the claim of Holly 71. Did run in the veins of Niall 72. But barbaric desire for power 73. And immortality 74. Thus ended twelve hundreds years 75. Over which the Cuilleain 76. The Divine Holly Ones 77. Did rule Ireland 78. Both as High Priests and Kings 79. Later consigned to myth 80. And then forgotten

2. To the throne as a false High King 3. Prince Egan mac Muiredach of Desmond 4. The rightful heir to the High Kingship 5. Did send word to High King Niall 6. That the throne did not belong to him (Niall) 7. Niall rejected the claim 8. saying he had been adopted 9. by his brother (the King) as his son

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10. and by marriage had produced a royal heir 11. But fearing rebellion 12. High King Niall did not seek war with Egan 13. And accepted him as the legitimate King of Munster 14. Giving him great latitude 15. even against the counsel of his tribe 16. Egan Mor did have two great sons 17. The first being Conall Cuirc mac Egan 18. the founder of Cashel 19. and later a great King of Munster 20. and Muiredach mac Egan 21. who travelled north 22. and conquered the land in the north of Ulster 23. creating the Kingdom of Dl Riata 24. Only the two sons for Egan 25. The claim of Cas as a son a desperate lie 26. Of Brittany and Angles mercenaries many years later 27. who settled in north of Munster 28. and called themselves the U Briain 29. The Eganachta 30. An ancient title of respect 31. For the Holly blood of Munster 32. and Scotland in later times 476. 1. In the year 367

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33. Later corrupted into a complex fable 34. For the kings of Munster until their end 35. were always the Holly 36. as they had been since most ancient time

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (367 AD) 3. Niall wasted no time 4. in pulling hard upon The Reins of power 5. A divine god he declared himself 6. He did convince the leaders 7. Of the Picts, the Scotti 8. The Attacotti, the Saxons and the Franks 9. All descendents of the ancient Keltoi tribes 10. Of His great leadership 11. Niall did send his best warriors and sons 12. To each of the Keltoi tribes 13. To prepare them for war 14. And within the year (367) 15. Ordered an attack at the same time 16. Of Roman settlements in Britannii 17. The attacks took the Romans by surprise 18. And many innocent people were slain 19. But within two years 20. The Romans under Christian Commander Theodosius 21. And his young son also Theodosius 22. defeat the united Keltoi tribes 23. And Niall was forced to retreat

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477. 1. In the year 370 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (370 AD) 3. saw the rise 4. of one of the most perverted men 5. of all history 6. whose name was Jerome 7. also known as St. Jerome 8. while countless people 9. had succumed to disease and plague 10. in years past 11. living in cities with proper sanitation 12. with public baths and clean water 13. and strong public health 14. Jerome preached that filth was good 15. and that sanitation and attention to health 16. was a grave sin 17. upon the preaching of this madman 18. The Pope and the Emperor 19. ordered that all remaining forms 20. of functioning sanitation 21. of public baths 22. and public water fountains 23. and working sewers 24. be deliberately destroyed 25. or shut off 478. 1. In the year 380

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26. For as Jerome did preach in his words 27. He who has bathed in Christ 28. does not need a second bath 29. A man addicted to lies 30. A hater of the Irish 31. Who he falsely claimed as cannibals 32. And barbarians 33. His devotees did follow his example 34. Smelling like rotting corpses 35. And becoming all manner of host 36. For infection and disease 37. One such disciple did call herself Paula (St. Paula) 38. And did say 39. of her deliberately wretched and foul state 40. A clean body and clean clothes 41. betoken an unclean mind 42. utter madness! 43. the utter madness of christianity! 44. Considering all form of civilization 45. And knowledge 46. Being a sin did take hold 47. Great philosophers such as Simonides 48. were burnt alive 49. While Maximum was beheaded

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (380 AD) 3. Egan mac Muiredach 4. also known as Egan Mor

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5. Holly King of Munster 6. brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 7. true heir to the High Kingship 8. taken by the U Nill 9. did give up the ghost 10. Upon his death 11. The kingship of Munster 12. no long the discresion of the High King 13. was given to his eldest son Conall Cuirc mac Egan

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13. as prostitute slaves for the Catholic Church 14. That this major business enterprise 15. along with other brothels 16. from former Greek temples 17. using former female priests 18. and their children as sex slaves 19. provided much needed income 20. for the early christian church 21. A year later 22. Pope Damasus I did condemn 23. the practice and use of public baths 24. as both immoral and sinful 25. so ensured that all remaining baths 26. and places of sanitation 27. across every city 28. and every town 29. did close across the Roman Empire 30. At the same time 31. this man of pure wickedness 32. known as Saint Damasus 33. did reintroduce into christianity 34. The worship of his Sadducean ancestors 35. Into the liturgy of the Church 36. in Hallelujah Hallelu-jah 37. which means glory to Yahweh 38. not YAHU from the Temple of Yeb 39. not God of the Jews 40. but according to gnostic texts 41. the name for the supreme being of evil 42. But while the Power of Damasus
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479. 1. In the year 381 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (381 AD) 3. Emperor Theodosius did support 4. Damasus I's decree 5. and made it illegal for believers 6. to question church doctrine 7. But madness did not stop at such unjust laws 8. For Emperor Theodosius 9. Did convert the Great Temple of Aphrodite 10. into the largest brothel 11. in human history 12. enslaving many thousands of women

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43. knew no bounds 44. in the second last full year 45. of his papacy 46. Over forty four bishops 47. of the christian church 48. a historic number without precedent 49. convicted Damasus of adultery 50. and satanic practices 51. But so powerful was Saint Damasus 52. They he made Emperor Gratian 53. overturn the ruling 54. and Saint Damasus proceeded swifty 55. to execute, poison, torture 56. and end the life of all 44 Bishops 57. who dared to challenge his right 58. to openly break every law 59. he pretended to uphold

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11. And most ancient Hebrew scrolls 12. Of the Sadducean founders 13. Jerome and Pope Damasus 14. Did call this new Bible the Vulgate 15. To hide his fraud 16. upon creating wholly new scripture 17. advocating all kinds 18. of depravity and wickedness as holy 19. Jerome did destroy the original 20. Texts of the Sadducees 21. From which he wrote his new work 22. Later claiming the originals were lost 23. A fraud of such proportions 24. That took Many hundreds of years later 25. Until older original copies 26. in Greek were found 27. Revealing the wickedness of Jerome 28. Of a wholly corrupted and sick man

480. 1. In the year 384 2. the last year of the reign 3. of Saint Damasus 4. as Pope 5. Jerome Also known as St. Jerome 6. Finished his work 7. of creating a new Bible in Latin 8. Tens of thousands of words 9. Did Jerome change from the original 10. Greek manuscripts of the church

481. 1. In the year 389 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (389 AD) 3. Emperor Theodosius 4. upon request of the christian church 5. did introduce law prohibiting discussion 6. of religious doctrine outside church. 7. In the same year 8. Devout Christian Emperor Theodosius 9. outlaws all non-Christian calendars 10. charts and navigation instruments

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11. indicating a spherical Earth 12. and existence of land 13. Thus this momentous action 14. heralded a magic that no other 15. group, nor religion has ever achieved 16. for christianity had finally succeeded 17. in destroying thousands of years 18. of knowledge and observation 19. in recognizing the earth as a sphere 20. and making it flat 21. flat enough to control 22. flat enough to divide 23. and ferment ignorance 24. and fear 11. Of infants, Augustine did say

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12. Unconscious infants dying without baptism 13. are damned by virtue of their inherited guilt 14. Never had such evil words 15. Been uttered against something 16. So pure as unborn life 17. in the same year 18. Saint Augustine 19. a mighty christian 20. did introduce for the first time 21. the concept that ignorance is a blessing 22. That knowledge is dangerous 23. and learning should be discouraged 24. For he did say 25. so poor is all the useful knowledge 26. which is gathered from the books 27. of the heathen 28. when compared with the knowledge of Holy Scripture 29. and Augustine did also say 30. There is another form of temptation 31. even more fraught with danger 32. This is the disease of curiosity 33. It is this which drives us 34. to try to discover the secrets of nature 35. those secrets beyond our understanding 36. which can avail us nothing 37. and which men should not wish to learn 38. For it is these philosophies of Augustine 39. That heralded the next chapter

482. 1. In the year 390 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (390 AD) 3. Augustine known as St Augustine 4. A man of immeasurable evil 5. That even Paul of Tarsus 6. Would be proud 7. did introduce for the first time in history 8. the concept of Original Sin 9. that all people are sinners from birth 10. because of disobedience of Adam

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40. of the Dark Ages 41. wrought upon the world 42. by no other force 43. than the diabolical madness 44. of christian evil 45. and madmen such as Augustine 46. who turned goodness into evil 47. and turned wickedness into virtue 19. and cared nothing for humanity 20. Pope Siricius ordered 21. Theophilus of Alexandria

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22. to destroy the Great Library of Alexandria 23. to its foundations 24. sparing not one book 25. nor unfortunate scribe 26. Thus the word went out 27. across the world 28. and every book, every scroll 29. that the christians could find 30. were burnt 31. and every physician 32. every philosopher 33. every teacher 34. every midwife 35. every crafstman 36. every skilled professional 37. the christians could find 38. were brutally murdered 39. crafts lost for hundreds of years 40. that men lost the most basic skills 41. to read and to write 42. to even make bricks 43. and buildings to stand 44. the clock had been wound back 45. to the stone age had 46. the world been returned 47. All except one place 48. One magic place

483. 1. In the year 391 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (391 AD) 3. Christian Emperoror Theodosius 4. heralded in an even darker chapter 5. of the calculated madness 6. and evil of Sadducee christianity 7. with the order that all pagan 8. and non-christian schools 9. to be closed across Empire 10. Upon this order the greatest destruction 11. of collected human wisdom 12. in human history 13. was unleashed upon the world 14. not by the gods 15. not by the Earth 16. but by madmen 17. claiming to act on behalf of god 18. but who who worshipped demons

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49. For upon each edict of utter madness 50. And upon each law of evil 51. Countless refugees 52. all who could manage the journey 53. Did come to Ireland 54. From every part of the Empire 55. Doctors, scholars, writers of all kind 56. With them they brought 57. whatever books they could save 58. So that by the year 400 59. But one light did shine 60. in the whole Western world 61. As it had eight thousand years before 62. The light of the sacred isle 63. of Ireland 64. The last hope for civilization 65. against the monster 66. created by Paul of Tarsus 6. A son of Theodosius the Elder 7. From Cauca (Coca) in Spain

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8. And half-brother to Emperor Theodosius 9. Saint Damasus had fathered 10. several illegitimate children 11. With the daughters of Roman nobles 12. Including the daughter of the Emperor 13. Did give up the ghost 14. It was his son Pope Siricius I 15. Also known as Saint Siricius 16. Who carried both the blood Of Damasus 17. A claimed Sadducee priestly noble 18. And the blood of the Roman Theodosian dynasty 19. Upon the death of Saint Damasus 20. Emperor Theodosius 21. Was the true Emperor 22. To first bestow 23. A most ancient title of Rome 24. of Pontifex Maximus 25. the High Priest of the Empire 26. to the Papal dynasty 27. of Saint Siricius 28. To maintain the dynasty 29. Saint Siricius 30. Did continue the tradition 31. Begun by his father 32. Whereby Catholic Popes 33. Did fathering illegitimate children 34. With noble Roman of the Theodosian dynasty 35. Who then gave their firstborn sons

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484. 1. In the year 384 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (384 AD) 3. Pope Damasus I 4. Also known as Saint Damasus 5. The most powerful Bishop of Rome

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36. To the church 37. One such son was named Anastasius

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20. Also badly damaging its outer structure 21. But because the Kaaba 22. is made of solid granite stones 23. and upon the heat 24. the Roman Christian soldiers 25. did not totally destroy 26. this most sacred structure 27. Only a handful of priests and family escaped 28. guided by the Chief Temple Guard 29. whose name was Murrah ibn Ka'ab 30. Avoiding the Romans 31. He did take them 32. across to Egypt 33. up to Alexandria 34. and upon the persecution and chaos 35. of all non Christians 36. Murrah ibn Ka'ab 37. did travel west first to Paraetonium 38. and then to Ptolemais 39. where the Berber priests 40. did take them in to safety 41. The long journey had taken its toll 42. And only Murrah ibn Ka'ab 41. The daughter of Hulail 42. The keeper of the Kaaba 43. and a handful did remain 44. In Ptolemais 45. Murrah ibn Ka'ab did marry 46. the daughter of Hulail 47. whose name was Hessa
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485. 1. In the year 388 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (388 AD) 3. The Roman Christian Troops of Icarius 4. The Count of the Prefecture of Oriens 5. did arrive at Mecca 6. the sacred city 7. of the Arabian Bedouin tribes 8. The Chief priest and keeper of the Kaaba 9. whose name was Hulail 10. of the Khuza'a tribe 11. was executed by the Roman Christian soldiers 12. along with all other priests that were found 13. The troops did then enter the Kaaba 14. The most ancient shrine 15. to honor Kybala 16. the goddess of the heavens 17. of the black rocks 18. that destroyed all the lands of the Arabs 19. The troops did destroy the inner sanctuary

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48. which means destiny 49. and had a son whom he named 50. Kilab ibn Murrah 2. from the time 3. in the year 367 4. that Niall Noigallach 5. did usurp the Holly High Kings 486. 1. In the year 399 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (399 AD) 3. Pope Siricius I 4. Also known as Saint Siricius 5. Son of Saint Damasus 6. Did give up the ghost 7. His son whose name was Anastasius 8. Also known as Saint Anastasius 9. Did inherit the Catholic Papal Throne 10. From his father 11. And the title of Pontifex Maximus 12. Being both a priest and legitimate 13. Claimant to the position of Emperor 14. Thus a powerful Pope 15. Saint Anastasius did continue 16. The now family and church tradition 17. Of fathering illegitimate children 18. From Roman noble women 19. For more sons 20. That ruled the world 21. In blood and fear 6. and establish his own dynasty 7. the U Nill clan

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8. had held tightly the throne and Tara 9. successive descendents of U Nill 10. had strengthened Tara into a fortress 11. making any attack 12. fraught with blood 13. but most of all 14. the U Nill clan 15. had spawned themselves 16. an army 17. which held the land 18. and all but impossible 19. to defeat in those days 20. Yet the Holly was not gone 21. the most ancient bloodlines 22. of the Kings of Ebla 23. of the Hyksos 24. and House of Joseph and Mariamne 25. Out of the treachery of the U Nill 26. two new kingdoms of the Holly 27. had re-emerged 28. The Kingdom of Ulster 29. in the North 30. of the more senior Holly druids 31. and the Kingdom of Munster

487. 1. In Ireland

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32. in the South 33. To protect themselves 34. from the trickery 35. of the false High Kings 36. to be the Kings of Ulster and Munster 37. and strengthen their own forts 38. so Cashel in the South 39. was like on single carved rock 40. impregnable from attack 41. and even a massive army 42. on account of its approach 43. and sea protection 44. The Holly did also build themselves 45. an impossible place to storm 46. in the form of Skellig Michael 47. or Michael's Rock 48. a natural rock Isle 49. of such sheer cliffs 50. and treacherous seas 51. 11 miles west of Kerry 52. that no armada 53. could easily take this natural fortress 489. 1. In the year 402 5. Son of Pope Siricius 6. Grandson of Pope Damasus 7. Did give up the ghost 8. The Papal throne did then fall 9. To his son Pope Innocent I 10. Also known as Saint Innocent 11. A name of utmost perversion 12. Who ruled the Papal throne 13. for seventeen years

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14. During his papacy Saint Innocent 15. Did have several illegitimate children 16. As had become the tradition 17. Of Popes seeking bastard heirs 18. In particular two sons were 19. Born from favoured Roman noblewomen 20. Who willingly spent time as Papal prostitutes 21. Within days from one another 22. The first being named Boniface 23. The second being named Eulalius

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (402 AD) 3. Conall Cuirc mac Egan 4. Holly King of Munster 5. son of Egan mac Muiredach 6. son of Holly High King Muiredach 7. and brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 8. the last Holly High King 9. did give up the ghost

488. 1. In the year 401 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (402 AD) 3. Pope Anastasius I 4. Also known as Saint Anastasius

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10. the kingship of Munster 11. did then fall to his son 12. Nad Froch mac Cuirc 20. Upon the lessoned learnt

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21. At the Catholic death camp of Skythopolis 22. Thirty years before 23. Saint Innocent 24. Ordered the construction 25. Of massive banks of ovens 26. In two great concentration camps 27. To which the innocent men, women and children 28. Of the Donatists 29. Were herded like cattle 30. and then roasted in the flames 31. In honor of the demonic gods 32. Of the Sadducees 33. by their ancient custom 34. of burnt sacrifice 35. Many hundreds of thousands of poor souls 36. Were roasted alive 37. In these inhuman camps 38. Managed by Catholic Bishops 39. With priests chanting ancient curses 40. watching over the ovens day and night 41. Condemning the souls 42. To perpetual enslavement 43. In the service of the church 44. A number only surpassed 45. By the roasting of people 46. That the Sadducee Popes did order 47. many centuries later in Poland 48. Through the bravery 49. of hundreds of men and women
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490. 1. In the year 408 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (408 AD) 3. Augustine of Hippo 4. Also known as Saint Augustine 5. ordered and participated in the murder 6. of hundreds Of innocent nonChristians 7. including women and children 8. at Calama, Algeria 9. As proof of his conversation 10. To the faith of love 11. Known as Christianity 12. In the same year Pope Innocent 13. Also known as Saint Innocent 14. Did order the systematic extermination 15. Of every man, woman and child 16. Of the Donatists of North Africa 17. The Berber tribes 18. Who held firm to their Gnostic beliefs 19. Against the evilness of Sadducee Christianity

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50. the Berber priests and scribes 51. escaped first to Spain 52. and then to the safety of Ireland 53. Murrah ibn Ka'ab and his son 54. Kilab ibn Murrah 55. did also accompany the Berber priests

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15. One warrior more civilized and honorable 16. than a thousand Catholic bishops 17. shared common heritage 18. And bond with the Berber tribes 19. being burnt to death by the tens of thousands 20. on instruction from Saint Innocent 21. The Germanic tribes had witnessed 22. the madness of a once great Empire 23. destroying itself 24. not by any reason of natural catastrophe 25. but all in the name of God of Love 26. The Popes claimed to follow 27. But in truth in the name of Cybele 28. and the other demonic gods 29. Of demonic people 30. Who sought to end the world 31. In their own image 32. Upon Word of such madness and evil 33. The former legions of Germania 34. United in digust and rebelled 35. Under the leadership of Alaric 36. Also known as Rugila 37. To deliberately confuse and hide 38. A uniting of the descendents 39. of the Keltoi tribes 40. Againt the evil of Rome 41. Alarcic also known 42. as Rugila then did hatch 43. An audacious plan 44. He mobilized a highly trained

491. 1. In the year 410 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (410 AD) 3. Word of the mass concentration camps 4. And extermination by fire 5. Of the innocent donatists 6. Had spread to the former Germanic Roman legions 7. Cursed in Christian history books 8. as Vandals, Visigoths, Huns and barbarians 9. To diffuse knowledge of their origin 10. Vandals descended from Keltoi of Germania 11. Visigoths descended from Keltoi of Gaul (Spain) 12. Huns descended from Keltoi of Galatia (Turkey/Asia) 13. men of honorable truth and strength 14. And Arian beliefs

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45. And elite force 46. Under his own command 47. With the assistance of Radagaisus 48. Alarcic marched to Rome itself 49. To capture or kill the Pope 50. And end the madness 51. Saint Innocent escaped 52. By pretending to be an old woman 53. And for a brief time 54. The killing in North Africa ceased 55. Alarcic did not destroy or sack Rome 56. nor did he butcher innocent people 57. like the Catholic Popes and Bishops 58. Contrary to Christian scholars 59. who did lie as easily 60. as fish swim 61. as fish swim 62. for Alaric secured the first 63. tribute upon a conquered Rome 64. for near 1,000 years 65. upon terms and the word of the Emperor 66. Saint Innocent 67. returned from hiding 68. and ordered the extermination 69. of donatists through the concentration camps 70. increase in haste 492. 1. In the year 413

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (413 AD) 3. Saint Augustine of Hippo 4. Did devise such twisted words 5. Of deprived mind 6. In a work he did perversely call 7. The City of God 8. For on behalf of the Catholic Church 9. Saint Augustine 10. Did take the desire of the church 11. To enslave the world 12. To new lengths 13. whereby a person born poor 14. was now condemned to server their master 15. without possibility of being raised 16. to a higher standard of living 17. To new lengths 18. in his own words 19. Saint Augustine did say 20. slavery is now penal in character 21. and planned by that law 22. which commands the preservation 23. of the natural order 24. and forbids disturbance 25. With this twisted logic 26. The Popes could now 27. Install absolute dictatorships 28. Across the lands 29. and absolve

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30. all manner of savagery 31. and barbarity 32. as morally righteous 33. Whereby a person 34. Not born of a noble family 35. In favour of the church 36. Doomed their family 37. To perpetual enslavement 38. In the same year (413) 39. In sacred Ireland 40. midst the thousands of exiles 41. Kilab ibn Murrah did wed 42. a beautiful Berber princess also in exile 43. whose name was Dahy 44. also known as Dahab in Arabia 45. from the Jrwa Berber tribe 46. and they had a son 47. who they named Qusai ibn Kilab (Qusayy) 48. born of the most sacred Isle. 49. The following year (414) 50. Kilab the father of Qusai 51. did give up the ghost 5. of the united Keltoi tribes 6. to reclaim their lands

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7. The Visigoths rose up and reclaimed Gaul 8. The Roman Christian soldiers 9. loyal to the Pope were driven 10. from Germania 11. and much of the land of the Franks 12. even into the lands of the Anatolian 13. Alaric did then command 14. an armada toi be assembled 15. and by the year 415 16. he did invade the lands of the Donatists 17. with 80,000 troops 18. to stop the slaughter 19. of innocent men, women and children 20. within the ovens of the satanic Pope 21. Within less than a year 22. the wicked Roman christian troops 23. of the Pope had been defeated 24. the satanic priests and bishops 25. running the concentration camps 26. had been slaughtered 27. and the remaining people 28. of the Berbers saved 29. But in the same time 30. Alaric did give up the ghost 31. leaving his united Empire 32. of the Vandals, Visigoths, Huns 33. and Keltoi tribes to his two sons 34. the first being Attila

493. 1. Upon the deceitful 2. and cowardly actions 3. of the now Christian Roman Empire 4. Alaric ordered all the forces

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35. the second being Aetius 36. Upon the death of their father 37. and the defat of the Papal army 38. Attila withdrew the forces from North Africa 39. and Aetius became King of Gaul 40. If Alaric had but survived for two more years 41. If he had given but one order 42. to destroy Rome and the Papacy 43. the darkness inflicted upon the world 44. might have been averted 45. But Alaric and Attila 46. were men of principle and honor 47. they did not kill for sport 48. nor for some secret demonic gods 49. they fought for truth and the safety 50. of their people 51. Attila himself an accomplished 52. philosopher 53. wholly corrupted and demonized 54. by the wretched poisoned pens 55. of spineless scribes 56. that made him into a monster 57. and Innocent into a saint 58. and the round world flat. 495. 494. 1. In the year 415 1. In the year 418

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (415 AD) 3. Saint Cyril the Bishop of Alexandria 4. And evil and twisted leader 5. Midst a sea of wickedness 6. Of the Roman Catholic Church 7. Did oversee the cruel and barbaric 8. Murder of Hypatia 9. One of the most famous 10. Pagan philosophers of history 11. By having her slowly sliced to death 12. In front of him 13. While each piece of flesh was then burnt 14. As a demonic offering 15. Later that year 16. The Christian Church 17. Did adopt as sacred doctrine 18. The philosophy of Saint Augustine 19. Concerning original sin 20. Along with his teaching 21. that anyone who does not choose 22. to follow Christ 23. is damned for all eternity 24. No idle threat 25. considering the Bishops of Christianity 26. knew no bounds of evil 27. nor unspeakable cruelty

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3. Pope Innocent I 4. Also known as Saint Innocent 5. Son of Pope Anastasius 6. Grandson of Pope Siricius 7. Great grandson of Pope Damasus 8. Did give up the ghost 9. The dynasty then did erupt 10. Into a war 11. Between his two illegitimate sons 12. The first being Boniface I 13. Known as Saint Boniface 14. And the second 15. his Illegitimate brother Eulalius 16. In the end 17. Upon intervention of their cousin Honorius 18. The Papacy did fall to Boniface 19. And to hide such dynasty 20. And wicked family history 21. False Popes with elaborate frauds 22. Of documents and claims 23. Such as Zosimus 24. Were created 25. Upon his ascension to the Papal throne 26. Saint Boniface 27. Did father an illegitimate son 28. Whose name was Celestine 29. In the same year Niall Nogallach 30. High King of Ireland 496. 1. By the year 420 31. The usurper of the Holly 32. did give up the ghost

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33. The High Kingship was granted to his son 34. whose named was Legaire mac Nill 35. No High King named Nath 36. every existed 37. except in the fertile minds 38. of christian monks

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (420 AD) 3. So many educated refugees 4. had come to Ireland 5. that space to house these 6. different groups 7. and priceless manuscripts 8. became difficult to find 9. The ancient school of Clonmacnoise 10. upon the River Shannon 11. in the kingdom of Leinster 12. was already bursting with over 12,000 13. writers, teachers, scribes and artisans 14. the most ancient Clonard University 15. upon the River Boyne 15. in the Kingdom of Meath 16. numbered over 6,000 residents 17. as did the Bangor school 18. on the Belfast Lough 19. in the Kingdom of Ulster
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20. and Clonfert School 21. in west Gallway, the Kingdom of Connacht 22. but at the school of Cork 23. so large was the population of refugees 24. under the protection of the Holly Kings of Munster 25. that Cork itself had become a new city 26. of over 35,000 of the greatest poets, scribes 27. teachers, professionals, artisans and priests 28. from around the ancient world 29. Many groups of exiles 30. did come to rebuild 31. ancient forts 32. that covered the Isle 33. into new schools 34. holding the last most precious knowledge 35. of the human race 36. so that over five hundred smaller monasteries 37. of no fewer than thirty 38. to sometimes hundreds of educated 39. were dotted throughout Ireland 40. It is no lie to say 41. That at this time 497. 1. In the year 424 42. The educated

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43. had almost become equal in number 44. to the common folk of Ireland 45. And that a person 46. travelling from the South of Ireland 47. to the North 48. might meet every race of people 49. and every type of faith 50. and the greatest collection of knowledge 51. ever assembled in one place 52. For Ireland had become 53. the greatest and most important 54. Library the world has ever known 55. A sacred ark 56. midst a sea of satanic darkness

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (424 AD) 3. Exuperantius of Poitiers 4. Praetorian Prefect of Gaul 5. And father of Patricius Palladius 6. Also known as Saint Patrick 7. Was murdered in a mutiny 8. near the capital of the prefecture 9. at Arelate (Arles) in France 10. Saint Patrick did escape the coup 11. And headed to Rome 12. To join the militia army 13. of Pope Saint Celestine
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14. But instead, Pope Saint Celestine 15. Did commission Patricius Palladius 16. To undertake a dangerous mission 17. As Bishop of Ireland 18. To report back on the defences 19. And capability of the Irish 20. To defend against an invasion 21. And then complete extermination 22. The following year (426 AD) 23. Palladius (St. Patrick) 24. made his way to see the High King 25. Legaire U Nill 26. at the capital Tara 27. High King Legaire 28. refused to recognize 29. the authority of the Pope 30. nor of Patricius Palladius as Bishop 31. For Ireland had already begun 32. to form its own church 33. known as the Celtic Church 34. from the wisdom of countless 35. scribes and priests 36. who had escaped the evil 37. of the popes to Ireland 38. Instead of executing Palladius (St. Patrick) 39. High King Legaire 40. ordered that he be placed uinder house arrest 41. at Tara 498. 1. In the year 430 42. And so for four years 43. Palladius had the opportunity

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44. to learn all about the Celtic Christian Church 45. and the history of Ireland 46. as it had been re-written by the U Nill clan 47. But what Patricius Palladius saw 48. Did change his hardened heart forever 49. For midst the fables he read the truth 50. Copies of the greatest works of humanity 51. The ancient Greek philosophers 52. The Zoroastrian and Egyptians 53. The four years of house arrest 54. Was not so much harsh imprisonment 55. But an awakening 56. That the world was not indeed flat

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (430 AD) 3. The handsome Qusai ibn Kilab 4. Born of irish soil 5. Born of noble Berber and Priestly blood 6. did marry the daughter of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 7. The Holly King of Munster 8. whose name was Princess Muadhnait 9. also known as Mona 10. which means noble blood and good 11. They did have three sons 12. all born in Ireland 13. during the great exile
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14. whose names were Manaf ibn Qusai 15. born in the year 431 16. and Uzza ibn Qusai 17. born in the year 433 18. and Dar ibn Qusai 19. born in the year 436

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21. Across the former Roman Empire 22. Saint Patrick did not speak 22. of all he had seen nor read 23. but what Saint Patrick did speak 24. was the excessive amount of gold, silver 25. and precious artefacts 26. throughout Ireland 26. For no capital in the world 26. ever had more gold than Tara 27. in all the churches 28. in buildings across the land 29. since ancient times 30. Such news did greatly excite Celestine 31. For the Sadducees throughout the ages 32. have loved only one thing 33. more than human sacrifice 34. and depravity 35. that being the hoarding of gold 36. a love that has no bounds 37. but one more matter did disturb 38. the Pope more than others 39. He did inquire if Saint Patrick 40. had heard or seen of those 41. who claim descendency 42. from Jesus and Mary Magdalene 43. to which Saint Patrick agreed 44. that the druids, 45. who call themselves The Holy Ones 46. claim direct descendency 47. not only to Jesus

499. 1. In the year 430 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (430 AD) 3. Patricius Palladius 4. Also known as Saint Patrick 5. Was released from house arrest 6. And given safe passage back 7. to the mainland of Europe 8. Upon his return to Rome 9. Saint Patrick did report to Celestine 10. In some way as to the heresy 11. And truth of Ireland 12. For an armada and militia force Was gathered 13. To be led by Saint Patrick 14. To return to Ireland 15. And convert it 16. And compared to the fate 17. Of the Donatists 18. In the ovens of the Pope 19. And the complete destruction 20. Of all major libraries

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48. but to the Pharaohs of Egypt 49. Saint Patrick did then swear 50. He would kill every last one of them 51. And send such a message in code 22. In complete unison 23. With the most ancient worship 24. To Cybele the most ancient 25. Goddess of all others 26. Thus upon this date 500. 1. In the year 431 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (431 AD) 3. The Council of Ephesus was convened 4. By Emperor Theodosius II 5. And the wicked and sadistic murderer 6. Saint Cyril of Alexandria 7. Emboldened by the united Keltoi 8. And their reluctance 9. To exterminate the Catholics 10. Like the Catholics had done to many others 11. With the help of Theodosius 12. This insane conference 13. Of vipers and beasts 14. Did continue their relentless quest 15. To reshape the world 16. According to their sick madness 17. First they did vote and agree 18. That Mary, the Mother of Jesus 19. Would now be worshipped 20. As Queen of Heaven 21. As Mother of God 27. A historic date 28. The Roman Catholic Church 29. Did relegate Jesus Christ 30. To a secondary God 31. And by decree did raise 32. Mary as the goddess incarnate 33. The supreme god 34. of the Temples built upon 35. Vatican Hill 36. Thus restoring 37. The faith of the Sadducees 38. To something no longer hidden 39. But hidden in plain sight 40. The conference did also decree 41. It to be heresy 42. To read, or follow 43. Any ancient Greek science 44. Such as Pythagorus (600 BCE), 45. And Aristarchus (300BCE) 46. And all others who wrote 47. That the Earth is a sphere 48. And revolves around the Sun 49. Finally, in a supreme act 50. Of diabolical madness 51. That only men devoid
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52. Of any morality could achieve 53. All medical knowledge 54. knowledge of the treatment of disease, 55. Including all medical equipment 56. Was to be destroyed 57. For they claimed it heretical 58. On matters of Ireland 59. and the report of Saint Patrick 60. the prirates and militias 61. of the Anglos and Brittany 62. reknown for fighting for any cause 63. so long as profit was to be had 64. were to be paid to accompany 65. Saint Patrick back to Ireland 66. so as not to alert the united Keltoi tribes 67. under Attila 68. and seek to bring Ireland to heal 69. in the name of the Papal Dynasty 70. of the house of Saint Damasus

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7. Did form a pact with the tribes and pirates 8. Of the Angles and Brittany 9. To share the loot of their 10. Invasion of Ireland 11. Upon the tales of mountains of Gold 12. Patricius Palladius 13. Secured an armada of 70,000 14. And landed in Ireland 15. The invasion of Ireland 16. Did put Legaire mac Nill 17. High King off guard 18. He rallied his U Nill clan 19. Who fought valiantly 20. against The mercenary army 21. But the sheer numbers and greed 22. Of the Anglos, pirates and Brittany 23. Was stronger and the High King 24. And his U Nill clan 25. Retreated to the lands of the Meath 26. Around Tara 27. High King Legaire mac Nill 28. Demanded upon claiming the High Kingship 29. the loyalty and troops 30. of The Holly King of Munster 31. And the Holly King of Ulster 32. To come to his aid 33. Upon such arrogance 34. And treachery of past years 35. Instead, both Holly kings 36. Sought audience

501. 1. In the year 431 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (431AD) 3. Patricius Palladius 4. With his auxillary bishops 5. The most senior being 6. Secundinus and Auxilius

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37. With Saint Patrick 38. And offered terms 39. Whereby Patrick and his bishops 40. Would be given lands and access 41. In exchange for keeping the militia 42. Out of their lands 43. Saint Patrick agreed 44. And spent time with both 45. Kings and travelling their lands 46. Whereupon meeting an Irish Holly princess 47. descended from the most beautiful women 48. of ages past was smitten 49. and spent much time in the court 50. of the Holly King of Ulster 51. It was here that Patrick 52. had a change of heart 53. to help not destroy Ireland 54. against the forces of darkness 55. to which he still commanded 56. By the fourth year of invasion 57. A siege had been established upon Tara 58. But for its battlements 59. No militia army could defeat this mighty capital 60. Then upon the sacred feast of Beltane 61. Patrick offered terms 503. 1. In the year 440
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62. Whereby the authority of the High King 63. Would be respected 64. If the High King but agree 65. To a token tribute to Rome 66. And the Bishops authority over the church 67. High King Legaire mac Nill 68. Did agree and the war of invasion ended 69. With the first tribute of Gold 70. to the Catholic Pope 71. Patrick send his coded message 72. That the serpents (Holly bloodlines) 73. had been eliminated from Ireland

502. 1. In the year 433 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (433 AD) 3. Conall Cuirc mac Egan 4. Holly King of Dl Riata 5. in the north of Ireland 6. son of Egan mac Muiredach 7. son of Holly High King Muiredach 8. and brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 9. the last Holly High King 10. did give up the ghost 11. the kingship of Dl Riata 12. did then fall to his son 13. Eirc mac Muiredach

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (440AD) 3. Pope Celestine I 4. Also known as Saint Celestine 5. Son of Boniface 6. Grandson of Innocent 7. Great Grandson of Saint Anastasius 8. Great Great Grandson of Saint Siricius 9. Great Great Great grandson of Saint Damasus 10. Did give up the ghost 11. The Papacy did then fall 12. to his son whose name was Leo 13. also known as Saint Leo the Great 14. a man of imeasurable cruelty 15. and the disease of madness 16. that inflicted all descendents 17. of the House of Saint Damasus 18. The Papacy of Sixtus III 19. A pure fiction 20. Including frauds of relics 21. A cruel and clumsy attempt 22. To break the dynasty 23. And hide its truth 24. By Christian scholars 25. Upon his ascension to the throne 26. Pope Leo did immediately call for Patrick 27. To return to Rome 504. 1. In the year 441 28. And account for his mission

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29. In his absence the brother bishops 30. Saint Secundinus and Saint Auxilius 31. Were placed in power 32. With the order 33. to extract all the gold in Ireland 34. not just tribute 35. and send it to Rome with haste

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (441 AD) 3. Upon returning to Rome 4. Patricius Palladius was arrested and put on trial 5. There Pope Leo did produce 6. The letters of the wicked bishops 7. Accusing Saint Patrick of heresy 8. Of consorting with the enemy 9. And withholding the truth 10. That Ireland was brimming with heretical 11. Manuscripts and exiled educated classes 12. From all across the Empire 13. Patricius Palladius was then tortured 14. Until he was broken and a confession gained 15. Then thrown into the Hell of the Papal prison 16. To be left to rot 17. Under their new command 18. Saint Secundinus and Saint Auxilius 19. were exceedingly cruel 20. and set about collecting every piece of gold
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21. they could find 22. they issued new orders concerning 23. certain classes of exiles 24. based purely on the colour of their skin 25. They banished all people with black skin 26. Many of whom were Berber 27. and called the Mauros (Moors) 28. or black skinnned 29. And all people who were not christian 30. Qusai ibn Kilab (Qusayy) 31. who had been schooled 32. In the great schools of Ireland 33. and his mother Dihy, his wife Muadhnait (Mona) 34. and three sons Manaf, Uzza and Dar 35. did also leave 36. But while the exiles arrived with little 37. They left with a priceless treasure 38. For many of the last great manuscripts 39. saved from christian fires 40. found their way to Ireland 41. So upon their exile 42. The Irish priests and druids 43. Did ensure many copies 44. of great and ancient scrolls 505. 1. In the year 443 45. of mathematics and logic 46. of history and philosophy 47. did also go with them 48. So when the Berber priests 49. returned to their homelands 50. They came as wider men

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51. With hundreds of scrolls of knowledge 52. That formed the foundations of a great empire 53. And when Qusai ibn Kilab 54. Born in Ireland 55. and who wedded Mona a princess 56. of the Holly king of Munster 57. returned to the land of Murrah 58. his grandfather 59. He did found a great monastery 60. and scriptorium at Mecca 61. with the great scrolls of all knowledge 62. given to him by the Holly druids 63. and set about making repairs to the Kaaba 64. the founder of the Quraish tribe 65. and all sons and descendents 66. having the blood of the Holly 67. were true descendents of A-DA-MU 68. known as ADAM 69. the first wise man and priest king

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (443 AD) 3. Attila had conquered great territory

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4. Of the former Roman Empire 5. Stretching as far East as Persia 6. And west to Gaul 7. And even to the North of Italy 8. The threat of the united Keltoi 9. Ever present in the mind of Pope Leo 10. While Attila attended 11. to the Needs of his empire 12. His half-brother Aetius 13. Had become accustomed to the comforts 14. Of his Kingdom of Gaul 15. It was then that the crafty and immoral Leo 16. Hatched a plan 17. The first shipments of gold stolen from Ireland 18. Extracted by Saint Secundinus and Saint Auxilius 19. After the imprisonment of Patrick 20. Were unlike anything anyone had yet seen 21. But rather than keep it for himself 22. In the year 448 23. He send deliberate word to allies of Attila 24. That treasure of great wealth was to be found 25. Hidden in churches in the cities of Gaul

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26. He then send a small amount of the treasure 27. To the cities of Starsbourg and Worms 28. To Mainz and Cologne 29. Whereupon Attila 30. In desperate need of gold 31. to keep his Empire in order 32. Did raid the territory of his brother 33. Finding gold after gold 34. At the same time Leo sent word 35. To the forces of Aetius 36. That his brother Attila 37. Had found a great treasure 38. Near Troyes and that he intended 39. To keep it for himself 40. Upon placing another portion of the treasure 41. From Ireland for Aetius to find 42. And news of the destruction of cities 43. Aetius was convinced of the ill will 44. Of his half-brother 45. Then Emperor Valentinian III sent word 46. To Aetius that he wished to seek terms 47. That he would pay him an annual tribute 48. Of fabulous wealth 49. And appoint him the proper Roman leader 50. Of the region 51. In exchange for confronting his half-brother 52. Who appeared to have become drunk with power 53. Aetius with troops met on the battlefield 54. Of Chalons in the year 451 55. With his brother Attila from the North

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56. And the Roman Christian Legions of Theodoric 57. From the West 58. But instead of attacking Theodoric 59. Aetius united with Theodoric 60. and Vanquished his brother Attila 61. Upon such treachery by his own blood 62. Attila did never recover 63. And gave up the ghost the next year (452) 64. Through treachery and theft 65. Through lies and wickedness 66. The Papacy had been saved once more 11. But the Irish

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12. were not to be so easily conquered 13. They rose up against the evil 14. of Saint Secundinus and Saint Auxilius 15. and killed Secundinus 16. His brother Saint Auxilius 17. Escaped with barely the clothes on his back 18. While all the remaining militia 19. Were hunted down and killed 20. Ireland was once again free of the tyranny of Rome 21. Saint Leo was otherwise distracted 22. With his plot to destroy the forces of Attila 23. And could find no one brave enough 24. To venture to Ireland 25. And regain control 26. In the year 448 he inquired 27. if Patrick might still be alive 28. and upon the miraculous news 29. that Saint Patrick had survived 30. seven years in the dungeons of a Pope 31. he was brought up from the prison 32. Upon a solemn oath 33. Patrick was restored to a Bishop 34. And given strict orders 35. To return to Ireland 36. And enforce Papal rule 37. Subverting the Irish 38. And ensuring the destruction 39. of all heretical material 40. Within one year (449)
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506. 1. In the year 445 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (445 AD) 3. Five years after the Saint Patrick 4. Had left the shores of Ireland 5. And fives years of the reign of 6. Terror of Saint Secundinus and Saint Auxilius 7. Saint Leo sent word 8. That all the monasteries of Ireland 9. Including all the sacred texts 10. Were to completely and utterly destroyed

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41. Saint Patrick had regained sufficient health 42. to start his journey 19. Of the danger of the Popes 20. That to survive 21. Ireland would have to unite 22. As never before 23. Then for the first time 24. Under the rule of the Ui Neill 507. 1. In the year 450 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (450 AD) 3. On the day of March 17th 4. Saint Patrick returned to Ireland 5. Completely alone 6. A shell of the man he once was 7. Holding a great wooden staff 8. He stood radiating honor and holiness 9. As great as any Holly Druid 10. Nor could there be any doubt 11. This man had suffered for his adopted land 12. Word quickly spread of his return 13. And before the end of that fateful day 14. A heroes welcome did Patrick receive 15. That no other foreigner 16. Had ever received 17. Patrick went north to the Holly Kings of Ulster 18. Where he spoke frankly 508. 1. In the year 454 25. The Kings of Ireland met

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26. Along with Patrick and did form a plan 27. To reform the Celtic Church 28. To hide manuscripts of great importance 29. To educate each and every person in Ireland 30. And save the knowledge of the world 31. Thus a golden age began 32. Under the stewardship of Patrick 33. Whereby every child from age of five 34. Was taught a standard curriculum 35. to read and write 36. In Latin, in Greek 37. To learn of divinity, classical poetry, 38. philosophy, science and general literature 39. So it was 40. while the World turned to hell 41. under the demonic rule of the Catholic Church 42. The Irish, all Irish 43. Including exiles 44. Became the most educated race 45. The world has ever seen

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (454 AD) 3. Nad Froch mac Cuirc 4. Holly King of Munster 5. son of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 6. grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 7. did give up the ghost 8. the kingship of Munster 9. did then fall to his son 10. engus mac Nad Froch 11. the first Holly King 12. to be baptized a christian 13. by Saint Patrick himself 14. at the royal seat of Cashel 510. 1. In the year 469 14. of his doom at this time 15. The High Kingship did then

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16. Fall to his son Lugaid mac Legairi

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (469 AD) 3. Eirc mac Muiredach 4. Holly King of Dl Riata 5. in the north of Ireland 6. son of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 7. grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 8. did give up the ghost 9. the kingship of Dl Riata 10. did then fall to his son 11. Fergus Mac Eirc 12. also known as Fergus Mr

509. 1. In the year 467 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (467 AD) 3. High King Legaire mac Nill 4. Son of Niall Nogallach 5. Did give up the ghost 6. Exactly one hundred years 7. Since his father 8. Took the throne 9. From the Holly 10. Cursed with fear 11. of druids curses 12. he did worry himself to death 13. upon a prophecy

511. 1. In the year 480 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (480 AD) 3. Qusai ibn Kilab (Qusayy) 4. The Chief Priest and keeper of the Kaaba 5. Native born of Ireland 6. Son of Kilab ibn Murrah 7. Husband to a most noble Holly Princess 8. Did give up the ghost at Mecca 9. In his time 10. He had restored the sacred Kaaba 11. He had built a great scriptorium and school
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12. of the same as the monasteries of Ireland 13. Where he was born and schooled 14. The school of Qusai 15. Did teach all the priests 16. and children of Bedouin chiefs 17. from ancient scrolls 18. the nature of science 19. the history of the world 20. the history of the Jewish peoples 21. and the true religion of Jesus 22. being the Gnostics and Nazarenes 23. and students were taught 24. according to ancient Druid customs 25. both in reading and writing 26. but also upon the memorizing 27. of ancient scrolls as poems 28. To be recited and sung orally 29. Upon the death of Qusai 30. The position of Chief Priest and Keeper of the Kaaba 31. Known as Abdullah (Abd Allah) 32. Or servant of God 33. Fell to his son Abdullah Manaf ibn Qusai 34. Already an old man 35. But in the blood of Abdullah Manaf 36. Did run the ancestry of the most ancient Holly 512. 1. In the year 491

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37. Through the line of the great and most ancient prophets 38. To A-DA-MU (Adam) 39. Abdullah Manaf ibn Qusai did hold the position 40. Of Chief priest and Keeper of the Kaaba 41. For two years (482) 42. Before giving up the ghost 43. And the position falling to his son 44. Hashim ibn Abd al-Manaf 45. The founder of the Hashim clan 46. Of the Quraish tribe

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (491 AD) 3. Saint Patrick 4. The great hero of Ireland 5. Did give up the ghost 6. At a grand age 7. As legend does say 8. Upon gaze 9. Of the most sacred and true resting place 10. Of Joseph and Mary at Glastonbury 11. His body was then taken 12. Back to Ireland 13. Where a great wake 14. Of 14 days was observed 15. At the end of this period 16. Holly King Fergus mac Eirc Of Dl Riata

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17. and Holly King engus mac Nad Froch of Munster 18. descendents of the most sacred 19. and ancient druids 20. Descendents of Jesus and Mary 21. And the ancient Pharaohs 22. Did attack High King Lugaid mac Legairi 23. Of the U Nill clan 24. And defeated him 25. Before he could return 26. to the impregnable Tara 27. With Lugaid mac Legairi dead 28. And before the U Nill clans could group 29. Holly King Fergus mac Eirc 30. Did enter Tara and seize 31. the most sacred and ancient artefacts 32. Of the Cuilleain 33. The marble throne of Amen-Ra 34. The Round table of Cormac mac Art 35. The white (limestone) rock 36. That is the stone of destiny 37. And all manner of ancient 38. And most sacred relics 39. He did transport them back 40. First to his capital of Emain Macha 41. the first capital of Dl Riata 42. Upon the shore of Lough Neagh 43. And then he did order 513. 44. the taking of the Holly treasure 45. Of most ancient kings 46. Be taken to Antrim

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47. Then sailed across to Argyll In Scotland 48. With the bulk of his troops and supplies 49. Where King Fergus 50. Had established an impregnable fortress at Dunaverty 51. Over several years

1. Upon the attack of Holly King Fergus mac Eirc Of Dl Riata 2. Holly King engus mac Nad Froch of Munster 3. The U Nill clans did first think 4. The treasure of the Holly 5. Had been taken back to Cashel in Munster 6. So the mass army of the U Nill and allies 7. Did moves south to Munster 8. And the great battle of Cenn Losnada in Mag Fea 9. There Holly King engus mac Nad Froch of Munster 10. Did defend his lands against 11. Iollann mac Dunlaing, and Oilill, his brother 12. of the U Dnlainge sept of Laigin 13. Eochaidh Guinech of the Ui Bairrche 14. also of the Laigin 15. and Muirchertach mac Muiredaig the U Nill king of Ailech 16. Against superior numbers

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17. Holly King engus mac Nad Froch 18. Avoided a direct assault 19. Using the mountains and valleys 20. of Munster as his army 21. The U Nill did suffer heavy losses 22. and set siege to Cashel 23. During which the holly king engus 24. Was murdered by a U Nill spy 25. Word was sent that the treasure was not south 26. but with Fergus in the North 27. The U Nill did break their siege and headed north 28. Where a garrison of troops of Fergus 29. Each fought like ten men 30. and held the U Nill horde at length 31. Until the fort capital of Emain Macha was captued 32. and destroyed to the ground 33. Feidlimid mac engusa 34. the first born son of Holly King engus mac Nad Froch 35. became the new Holly King of Munster 36. While King Fergus escaped 37. To his new capital at Dunaverty 38. upon a rocky head land 39. in the South East corner of Kintyre 40. Upon lands gifted by the Picts 514. 1. In the year 501

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41. And formed the new Kingdom of Dl Riata 42. Being the first Holly King 43. To be crowned upon 44. the White stone of destiny 45. the Bethel Stone (Jacob's pillow), 46. In over one hundred years 47. Later known as the Scone stone 48. In Britain 49. The Scone stone 50. A sandstone memento of the lands 51. A happy forgery for ignorant Kings 52. Within six hundred years 53. Of King Fergus it was buried 54. Not not see the light of day 55. Until the foundations of Macbeth were parted 56. And taken to a new place 57. across the great seas 58. Renamed the House of White 59. And Capitol House 60. As the new seat of power 61. Of the world

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (501 AD) 3. The U Nill did invade the lands 4. of Dl Riata of Scotland 5. and lay siege to Dunaverty fort 6. and King Fergus mac Eirc 7. to win back their most treasured possessions

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8. the sacred objects of the Holly 9. which they first stole 10. But the King of Fortriu of the Pict tribes 11. who had first granted 12. King Fergus mac Eirc 13. the lands to found Dl Riata 14. and had deep respect 15. for the most ancient bloodlines 16. of the Cuilleain 17. the Holly druids 18. unlike the U Nill 19. who cared for nothing 20. but re-writing history 21. to their own ends 22. The tribes of the lands united 23. in defeating the U Nill 24. the U Nill surrendered 25. but in the conduct of terms 26. did thrust a sword into King Fergus mac Eirc 27. and every prisoner of the U Nill 28. was cleaved where they stood 29. Upon the death of Fergus 30. Domangart mac Fergus 31. was anointed upon the Stone of Destiny 32. as the new Holly King of Dl Riata 33. upon the most ancient throne 34. of Amen-Ra 515. 1. In the year 501

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35. Holly King Domangart mac Fergus 36. did then move the capital northward 37. to a placed called Dunadd 38. which means fort on the River Add 39. and there ruled for nearly forty years 40. Comgall mac Domangairt 41. a mythical king who never was 42. planted by the loyal scribes of the U Nill clans 43. to defeat the Holly in word 44. the break the line 45. in the same predictable way 46. as they had slurred the great 47. High Kings of centuried past

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (501 AD) 3. As the U Nill did attack King Fergus mac Eirc 4. the U Nill with mercenaries from Brittany and Anglia 5. lay siege to Cashel castle 6. and Holly King Feidlimid mac engusa of Munster 7. for nothing else but to exterminate the Holly 8. but Holly King Feidlimid mac engusa 9. did make terms with the christian mercenary 10. on account of the Holly King being 11. the most senior christian King 12. and Munster honored by Saint Patrick 13. Holly King Feidlimid mac engusa did cede 14. some of the northern land of Munster

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15. to the mercenaries as their own lands 16. in exchange for peace and protection against 17. the godless U Nill 18. the mercenary clan did agree to terms 19. and in ages to come did become the U Briain 20. But as U Nill were want to do 21. They murdered Holly King Feidlimid mac engusa 22. And ordered an attack 23. The troops rebelled against such treachery 24. and peaceful terms were finally agreed 25. with Eochaid mac engusa 26. the brother of the murdered Holly King Feidlimid mac engusa 27. becoming the new Holly King of Munster 28. In turn the U Briain did settle in the north of Munster 29. and formed a new Kingdom of Thumond 30. Holding their vow for a time 31. to protect the Holly Kings of Cashel 32. against the U Nill 516. 1. In the year 520

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (520 AD) 3. A new evil came 4. To the shores of Britain 5. When a monster named Dawi 6. Later blessed as Saint David 7. under commission from Pope Hormisdas 8. did murder over three hundred thousand Welsh 9. through such horrendous means 10. as using children as torches 11. and dismembering victims 12. in front of Welsh fortresses 13. so the screams could 14. be heard day and night 15. through starvation and barbarity 16. that put all the demons of Hell to shame 17. A great hero to the Catholic Church 18. another mighty Catholic saint 19. For the brave Welsh did surrender 20. As much to end such evil 21. And thus were sold into slavery 22. The dawn of things to come 23. When Popes would find 24. Great profit 25. In the trade of human beings 26. As slaves 27. In the same year (520) 28. Hashim ibn Abd al-Manaf 29. The Chief Priest and Keeper of the Kaaba

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30. did give up the ghost 31. The position did fall to his son 32. whose name was Shaiba ibn Hashim 17. and live in wickedness

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18. as their ancient Sadducee forebears had done 19. King Kaleb of Axum 20. went to Emperor Justinian 21. and declared himself a christian 22. declaring that if the Emperor give him a fleet 23. He would rid Arabia of the (Sadducee) jews 24. and all profitable trade would be shared 25. with Byzantine 26. A fleet was despatched and with the troop 27. King Kaleb of Axum smashed the forces 28. of King Ysuf Dh Nuwas 29. ending the empire of the Himyarite 30. The Sadducee king and his family 31. escaped north to Petra 32. and found sanctuary with the Jewish Arabs 33. and Jewish bedouin tribes of the Nabateu 34. Where the last Sadducee King of Himyarite 35. did give up the ghost 36. After the first commander of the Axum forces named Ariat 37. did declare himself a new king 38. a second commander named Abraha 39. was sent to the old lands of the Himyarites 40. and he killed his opponent Ariat 41. The son of Ysuf Dh Nuwas 42. grandson of Ma'ad Karib Ya'fur 43. whose name was Shamir Yafa' Ashwa' 44. did head back south from Petra 45. and with the Jewish Bedouin Arabs

517. 1. In the year 521 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (521 AD) 3. King Kaleb of Axum 4. The Ethiopian trade cities that competed 5. with the most ancient Sadducee Jewish trade cities of the Himyarites 6. descendents of the Hasmoneans 7. and wholly wealthy and corrupted 8. did come up with a craft plan 9. The wealthy Sadducee jews of Himyarite 10. who with their Jewish Arab Bedouin cousins 11. of Central and Northern Arabia 12. had controlled the trade of spices and ivory 13. for centuries 14. Both the desert Arab Jews and the coastal Jews 15. had rejected the laws of Rabbinical Judaism 16. and still claimed it as their right to have multiple wives

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46. did form a resistance called UMAYYAD 47. UMAY being the Himyarite Sadducee Jewish name 48. of the Mother Goddess of fertility, war and fortune 49. the supreme deity of the Sadducees 50. worshipped as Cybele by the Sadducee Catholic Popes 51. YAD being hand 52. so UMAY-YAD being the Hand of God 53. did attack and frustrate the forces of Abraha 13. That the Catholic Church

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14. Could legally and with impunity 15. Torture, seize the assets of people 16. And sacrifice them to their satanic gods 17. As legal and just law for heresy 18. That all remaining traces of culture 19. With Constantinople being the last great city 20. Was illegal 21. Upon these unspeakable slurs 22. Upon the human race 23. Emperor Justinian, 24. Ordered the closing of the 1,000 year old 25. School of Philosophy in Athens 26. burning it to the ground 27. and its remaining teachers and scholars 28. arrested and sacrificed through burning. 29. Soon after great hoards of Roman Catholic priests 30. Did rampage through Constantinople 31. Destroying the last vestige of civilization in Europe 32. And killing hundreds of thousands 33. Now only Ireland 34. Stood as the last hope of humanity 35. With no force left 36. To withstand the power 37. Of the most evil men of history 38. The Catholic Popes of Rome 39. The days of Ireland seemed numbered

518. 1. In the year 527 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (527 AD) 3. Came a great evil 4. The likes of which the world 5. Has never seen, nor recovered since 6. In the form of the Codex Iustiniani 7. Of Emperor Justinian 8. In which the Christian Emperor 9. Re-wrote every Roman law 10. So that the Catholic Church 11. Became legally above human law 12. And so legally a law unto themselves

519. 1. In the year 532

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (532 AD) 3. Eochaid mac engusa 4. Holly King of Munster 5. Son of engus mac Nad Froch 6. grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 7. great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 8. twice great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 9. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 10. the last Holly High King of Ireland 11. did give up the ghost 12. the Kingship did then pass to his son 13. as was custom 14. to Crimthainn mac Eochaid 15. the names of Coirpre Cromm, Fedelmid 16. Fergus, Amalgaid and Garbn 17. all false kings inserted as pegs 18. on which the family crests 19. of crafty men might be hung 521. 1. In the year 541 520. 1. In the year 540 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (540 AD) 3. Holly King Domangart mac Fergus 4. King of Dl Riata 5. son of Fergus Mor

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6. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 7. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 8. Descendent of Jesus and Mariamne 9. Bearer of the standard colours 10. of the House of Judah 11. and the House of Cuilleain 12. the red (Jerusalem) lion rampant 13. upon the yellow sky 14. Did give up the ghost 15. The kingship of Dl Riata then did fall 16. to his son Gabrn mac Domangairt 17. who was anointed 18. upon the white (limestone) rock 19. of the stone of destiny 20. and upon the Marble throne 21. of Amen-Ra 22. at the capital of Dunadd in Argyll 23. the story of Comgall mac Domangairt 24. a terrible untruth 25. by the scribes of the U Nill

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (541 AD) 3. A strange and cruel twist of fate 4. Befell the whole of the world 5. Volanoes erupted, the earth shook 6. Cities were destroyed 7. And all became cold, wet and dark
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8. As people flocked from farms 9. To the cities 10. Now run down and no better than sewers 11. On account of the madness 12. Of Christian leaders 13. Disease quickly spread 14. As people starved 15. And complete law and order dissolved 16. The whole ancient world 17. Was thrown into anarchy 18. Of mass starvation, murder and disease 19. The end of the world 20. So fondly sought 21. By Catholic priests 22. And Popes 23. Had finally arrived 24. Never before had there been such death 25. Inflicted upon the human race 26. Three out of every four people 27. Living in the world 28. Before the reign of Justinian 29. Were either dead or dying 30. A record never achieved 31. By the Popes since those darkest of days 32. Tens upon tens of millions of people 33. Whole towns laid to waste 34. Whole villages 35. Whole regions 36. Whole kingdoms 37. No one left alive 38. Except as fate would have it 39. But three groups 40. Who seemed immune

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41. To the death and destruction around them 42. The first were the Sadducee families 43. Of the Roman Catholic Church 44. Who shared some common heritage 45. With the plague exiles of Akhenaten 46. Nearly nineteen hundred years before 47. The second were Rabbinical Jews 48. Who shared the same heritage 49. As descendents of the Pharisees 50. And the third were the Irish 51. The plague and complete devastation 52. Of Europe saved Ireland 53. And swept past Ireland 54. But for the Rabbinical Jews 55. Only hatred remained 56. The few survivors and dying 57. Did see the Jews 58. As demons, who seemed not to suffer 59. Their fate 60. The Sadducee Catholic families, also healthy 61. Did claim their good health 62. As a sign from God they were

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63. Good and holy 64. A perverse and wicked lie 65. Did happily place blame 66. on Their cousins 67. And so began a deep suspicion 68. Of Jews 69. perpetuated By Sadducee Jews themselves 70. pretending to be the real faith of Jesus 71. A twisted untruth 72. For far too long 16. Been considered in christianity 17. As a symbol of power

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18. Pope Vigilus was indeed a smart Pope 19. For millions of small crosses 20. Were purchased by people 21. Across the world 22. Desperate to save their lives 23. Huge profits then were gained 24. Not one life was saved 25. From such trickery 26. And when pilgrims did die 27. The crosses were torn 28. From their bodies 29. To be re-sold 30. To the next victims 31. A cruel hoax 32. And terrible lie 33. That remains 34. Most profitable to the churches 35. next to the Rosary 36. Of Cybele, the Queen of Heaven 37. for worshipping the goddess 38. Of sex, war and power 39. Instanced as Mary 40. No other talisman 41. Have profited so well 42. In the same year (550) 43. Shamir Yafa' Ashwa' 44. The son of Ysuf Dh Nuwas 45. The last Sadducee Jewish King of Himyarite

522. 1. In the year 550 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (550 AD) 3. As people were still dying of plague 4. And smallpox 5. And all manner of disease 6. And starvation 7. Pope Vigilius a crafty Pope 8. Did introduce the Cross 9. For the first time 10. as an official christian talisman 11. with magical powers 12. to heal the sick 13. and ward off evil 14. For never before until this time 15. Had the symbol of crucifixion

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46. and grandson of Ma'ad Karib Ya'fur 47. did badly damage the Marib Dam 48. and main water for the city of Ma'rib 49. the capital for Abraha 50. It was during these battles 51. That the son of Shamir 52. whose name was Harb which means war 53. Did show his skill for war

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16. and make the Vulgate (Catholic Bible) 17. the official text 18. of the Irish church 19. Saint Ruadhan having obtained it 20. on his journey to Rome 21. Saint Ruadhan also demanded 22. to cease all pagan ceremonies of Tara 23. the closure and destruction 24. of the Abbey school of Clonard 25. and the banishment of Finnian of Clonard 26. a descendent of Fiatach the Fair 27. of the Holly bloodlines 28. and born in the Kingdom of Ulster 29. not to be confused with the mythical 30. St. Uinniau of Moville 31. also known as St Finnian of Moville 32. a fiction created 33. to hide the truth of the great U Nill feud 34. The High King refused 35. and in the year 558 did mock Saint Ruadhan 36. by holding the traditional feast of Tara 37. upon this slur, Saint Ruadhan 38. issed a high curse upon Tara itself 39. saying that it would be destroyed 40. and the High King die 41. within the flames 42. Upon the insult 43. Diarmait mac Cerbaill 44. ordered the arrest of Saint Ruadhan 45. and two years later

523. 1. In the year 558 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (556 AD) 3. A great feud broke out 4. between the U Nill clans of the North 5. and the U Nill to the South 6. who still held Tara 7. and the High Kingship 8. Ruadn the Abbot of Lorrha 9. also known as Saint Ruadhan 10. of the northen U Nill clans 11. along with group of bishops 12. went to High King Diarmait mac Cerbaill 13. of the southern U Nill clans 14. to demand that the High King 15. enforce the edicts of Rome

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46. Saint Ruadhan died a prisoner 24. then ordered Tara be set alight 25. A great fire then ensued 524. 1. In the year 560 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (560 AD) 3. Upon the death of Saint Ruadhan 4. Columcille of the northern U Nill 5. also known as Saint Columba 6. did rally his kinsmen the Cenl nEgain 7. to march on Tara 8. and kill the High King 9. a mighty battle then ensued 10. in the year 561 11. between the U Nill 12. at which many thousands of clansmen 13. were killed 14. known the the Battle of Cul Dreimhne 15. Having lost is troops 16. High King Diarmait mac Cerbaill 17. escaped back to Tara 18. but had no one to defend 19. the ancient fort city 20. the troops of Saint Columba 21. easily gained entry 22. to the most ancient capital of Ireland 23. and Saint Columba 525. 1. In the year 560 26. in which the High king 27. and all his court were killed 28. and Tara itself 29. was destroyed 30. In the same year (560)

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31. The position of Chief Priest and Keeper of Kaaba 32. in Mecca 33. did fall to the son of Shaiba ibn Hashim 34. whose name was 35. Abdullah ibn Shaiba 36. Descended from the great prophets 37. through his most ancient blood 38. of the Holly (druids) 39. and his ancestor 40. Manaf ibn Qusai

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (560 AD) 3. Holly King Gabrn mac Domangairt 4. son of Domangart mac Fergus 5. grandson of Fergus Mor 6. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 7. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 8. Did give up the ghost 9. The kingship of Dl Riata then did fall 10. to his son edn mac Gabrin 11. who was anointed
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12. upon the white (limestone) rock 13. of the stone of destiny 14. and upon the Marble throne 15. of Amen-Ra 16. at the capital of Dunadd in Argyll 17. the story of Conall mac Comgaill 18. a terrible lie 19. by the scribes of the U Nill 20. as treacherous with a pen 21. as they were with a blade 22. yet predictable with their lies 23. like rising of the moon 16. his evilness at destroying Tara 17. deprived the new king 18. and the U Nill of the north 19. the most ancient capital 20. so Saint Columba was banished 21. from Ireland to the isle of Iona 22. one mile west 23. from the isle of Mull 24. in the West of Scotland 25. There Saint Columba 26. and his exiles 27. did form a monastery 28. dedicated to re-writing 526. 1. In the year 561 2. After Saint Columba 3. of the U Nill 4. had deliberately destroyed Tara 5. the most sacred of Capital 6. From which the word Tora(h) 7. was first born 8. The light of the world 9. For over one thousand years 10. Domnall Ilchegalch of the Cenl nEgain 11. a kinsman of Saint Columba 12. was made High King 13. and while Saint Columba 14. had defeated the U Nill 15. of the south 29. all history in their image 30. including in later years 31. the false claim 32. that the Book of Kells 33. written by Finnian of Clonard 34. was somehow written 35. by Saint Columba 36. an evil murderer 37. and disgrace upon 38. the history of Ireland 39. for his arson of Tara

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40. who considered books such as the Kells 41. as high blasphemy 42. compared to the lies of Jerome 43. another great lie of the men from Iona 44. was upon the visit of the King of Fortriu 45. of the Picts
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46. who did plan to kill all the monks 47. on account of their treacherous nature 48. as U Nill 49. if not for the intervention 50. of Holly King edn mac Gabrin 51. of Dl Riata 52. to save their lives 53. Saint Columba and his vipers 54. might never have been 528. 1. In the year 568 14. as was custom 15. to edo mac Crimthainn

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16. the names of Fngen, Falbe and Cn 17. all a ruse 18. by men determined to re-write 19. the sacred history of Ireland 20. into fable

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (568 AD) 527. 1. In the year 562 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (562 AD) 3. Crimthainn mac Eochaid 4. Holly King of Munster 5. Son of Eochaid mac engusa 6. grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 7. great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 8. twice great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 9. three times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 10. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 11. the last Holly High King of Ireland 12. did give up the ghost 13. the Kingship did then pass to his son 3. Upon the devestation 4. Across Europe 5. Many tribes that withstood 6. The death and hell on Earth 7. Did rise up in power 8. One such tribe was the Lombards 9. Of Eastern Europe 10. King Albion of the Lombards 11. Did invade Italy 12. and form a kingdom 13. that would last for hundreds of years 14. The Sadducee Christian nobles 15. Who were immune to the plague 16. Did flee the advance of Albion 17. And take up residence 18. To the North-East 19. Of Italy upon the Adriatic 20. Midst the Venetian lagoons 21. And founded a city

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22. They called Venice 23. A city that would grow in wealth 24. And reputation 25. As the new centre 26. Of black magic 27. And witchcraft of the Sadducees 15. He then did retreat unto Mecca 16. as his sanctuary between attacks 17. The Chief Priests of the Kaaba 18. did not support Umayya

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19. But the Sadducee Jewish Beadouin tribes 20. had become powerful under the UMAY-YAD 21. and the priests could do nothing 22. Abraha then did order all his troops 23. to go north to Mecca and find the UMAY-YAD 24. then kill all the priests 25. on account that they must be supporting them 26. So it was 27. that the brave Chief priest Abdullah ibn Shaiba 28. Was slain by the troop commander of King Abraha 29. With his other priests 30. and the monastery and scriptorium were destroyed 31. with the Kaaba descecrated 32. by Christian zealots for the second time 33. in two hundred years 34. on account of the actions of the Sadducee jews 35. and Umayya and the Jewish bedouin tribes 36. But on account of the extreme heat 37. And the solid granite of the most sacred Kaaba 38. The troops of Abraha tired 39. And returned back to Yemen 40. The children of the slain Chief Priest 41. including the baby Muhammad 42. a handful of priests 43. including his brother 44. Were saved by his uncle
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529. 1. In the year 570 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (570 AD) 3. The Chief Priest and Keeper of the sacred Kaaba 4. Whose name Abdullah ibn Shaiba 5. Welcomed a second heir into the world 6. Who he named Muhammad 7. In the same year 8. Harb son of Shamir Yafa' Ashwa' 9. grandson of Ysuf Dh Nuwas 10. The last Sadducee Jewish King of Himyarite 11. and great grandson of Ma'ad Karib Ya'fur 12. leader of the Jewish Sadducee resistance 13. called UMAY-YAD the hand of god(dess) 14. did inflict heavy losses upon the forces of Abraha

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45. And taken to Medina 46. For safe keeping 47. Where he did learn 48. All the history and sacred scripture 49. Both by speech and from a handful 50. Of scrolls that were saved 51. When of age 52. Muhammad did declare 53. That from the ashes of his family 54. The ruins of the most sacred temple 55. Of the people of Arabia destroyed 56. He would build a mighty faith 57. That would avenge the death of his father 58. And end the reign 59. of madness of Christian evil 60. he called this faith Islam 61. and set about writing a holy scripture 62. for the people of Arabia 63. which he called the Quran 64. So it was Muhammad a descendent 65. of the most sacred and ancient Holly druid 66. descendent of Jesus and Mariamne 67. descendent of Joseph Ha Rama Theo 68. descendent of the Messiah Kings of Israel 530. 1. In the year 608

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69. descendent of prophets of Yeb (Elephantine Isle) 70. including Jeremiah, Isaiah and Ezekiel 71. descendent of Akhenaten known as Moses 72. descendent of Ishmael 73. descendent of the first priest king A-DA-MU 74. known as Adam 75. descendent of the most sacred Cuilleain 76. the Divine Holy (Holly) Spirits 77. became one of the great prophets of history 78. and saved many from the scourges 79. of the Sadducees cloaked as Catholic Popes 80. and stopped the destruction of the world

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (608 AD) 3. Holly King edn mac Gabrin 4. Son of Gabrn mac Domangairt 5. grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 6. great grandson of Fergus Mor 7. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 8. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 9. Did give up the ghost 10. The kingship of Dl Riata then did fall 11. to his son Eochaid mac edn 12. also known as Eochaid Buide 13. meaning Eochaid of the yellow hair 14. who was anointed

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15. upon the white (limestone) rock 16. of the stone of destiny 17. and upon the Marble throne 18. of Amen-Ra 19. at the capital of Dunadd in Argyll 20. Connad Cerr a terrible fiction 21. of predictable purpose 22. by those with malice 23. and need of ancestors 24. inserting myths to stake their claim 25. creating even false battles 26. such as Fid Ein 27. for realness sake 532. 1. In the year 610

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11. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 12. the last Holly High King of Ireland 13. did give up the ghost 14. the Kingship did then pass to his son 15. as was custom 16. to Cathal mac edo 17. the names of Falbe, Cn and Menach 18. designed to deceive 19. the sacred history of Ireland

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (610 AD) 3. The UMAY-YAD the hand of God(dess) 4. The rebel Sadducee Jewish exiles 5. of the former Himyarite kingdom 6. corrupt and wholly evil 7. Did control Mecca and the desert lands 8. Through fear and bribery 9. A Priest of the most Holly family 10. And the keepers of the Kaaba 11. Whose name was Muhammad 12. A most wise and pious man 13. Had spent many years 14. Helping his brother making repairs 15. Upon the Kaaba and witnessing 16. The former Arabs fall under the spell 17. Of wickedness by the UMAY-YAD Sadducee Jews 18. The promotion of low morals
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531. 1. In the year 609 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (609 AD) 3. edo mac Crimthainn 4. Holly King of Munster 5. Son of Crimthainn mac Eochaid 6. grandson of Eochaid mac engusa 7. great grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 8. twice great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 9. three times great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 10. four times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach

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19. Of taking many wives claiming ancient rite 20. Some mere children abused for pleasure 21. Others mere children sacrificed to demon gods 22. For these men who claimed 23. Messianic blood through the House of the Hasmoneans 24. Knew no self restraint 25. Thus Muhammad did decide 26. to leave his noble duties of priest 27. and become a prophet to the people 28. A decision which caused for a time 29. Exile even from his family 30. For no member for countless generations 31. Had ever left such a station 32. To become a street prophet 33. But Muhammad did begin to preach 34. To the Jewish Arabs as they traded 35. in the thriving Sadducee markets of Mecca 36. At this time 37. Harb ibn Shamir of the UMAYYAD 38. The Sadducee Jewish rebels 39. Ignored Muhammad and his growing following 533. 1. In the year 612

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (612 AD) 3. Harb ibn Shamir of the UMAY-YAD 4. The Hand of the God(dess) 5. Son of Shamir 6. Grandson of Ysuf Dh Nuwas 7. The last Sadducee Jewish Himyarite king 8. Did give up the ghost 9. The leadership and kingship in exile 10. Of the Himaryte and title of UMAY-YAD 11. Did fall to his son Ab Sufyn ibn Harb 12. Who upon his ascension 13. Ordered the murder of Muhammad 14. But many of the inhabitants of Mecca 15. Who had heard Muhammad and secretly 16. Followed his message included some Sadducees themselves 17. So when Ab Sufyn gave orders to kill the prophet 18. They helped Muhammad and his family 19. Escape south across the sea 20. to the Christian Kingdom of Aksum 21. There he stayed for some ten years 22. During which time he wrote the Quran verses 23. Having great knowledge of language 24. And sacred scripture 25. On account of his family and upbringing 26. As the priests of the Kaaba 27. Ab Sufyn ordered all the remaining priests 28. Of the Kaaba be rounded up and murdered.

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29. Ab Sufyn then ordered 30. that all the Sadducee demonic gods 31. Be placed inside and around the Kaaba 32. As an open act of blasphemy of the priests 33. He had just slaughtered

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14. But later Ab Sufyn did defeat the Muslims 15. On account of the well recorded treachery 16. of Uthmn ibn Affn 17. Muhammad was forced to retreat 18. But the faith of Islam had spread quickly 19. Midst the darkness of death and plague 20. From the past one hundred years 21. So that thousands of survivors 22. flocked to the region strengthening 23. the forces of Muhammad 24. By the year 626 25. Muhammad and his loyal troops 26. Had defeated Ab Sufyn 27. And he escaped with the Rest of the UMAY-YAD 28. Jewish Sadducee tribes and supporters 29. To the homelands of their ancestors 30. in the ancient lands of Syria 31. Which they took from the Byzantines 32. And started their own Jewish Kingdom

534. 1. In the year 622 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (622 AD) 3. Upon the return of Muhammad to Medina and Arabia 4. He formed a loyal resistance 5. To fight the evil of the Sadducee Jewish UMAY-YAD 6. Who controlled Mecca and many of the Bedouin tribes 7. Upon his return, the crafty Ab Sufyn 8. ordered his nephew to secretly join Muhammad 9. to pretend to be a loyal Muslim 10. but report back on what he was doing 11. his name was Uthmn ibn Affn 12. In the first battles of resistance 13. Muhammad and his followers were successful

535. 1. In the year 629 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (629 AD) 3. Holly King Eochaid mac edn 4. Son of edn mac Gabrin 5. grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 6. great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 7. great great grandson of Fergus Mor 8. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 9. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland
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10. Did give up the ghost 11. The kingship of Dl Riata then did fall 12. to his son Domnall mac Echdach 13. also known as Domnall Brecc 14. meaning Donald the Freckled 15. who was anointed 16. upon the white (limestone) rock 17. of the stone of destiny 18. and upon the Marble throne 19. of Amen-Ra 20. at the capital of Dunadd in Argyll 21. Ferchar mac Connaid 22. yet another terrible fiction 23. for the Holly Kings 24. never had alliances nor co-ruled 25. with descendents of the U Nill 26. a clumsy hand of false history 27. in the hope that none no better

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7. the oldest and most sacred priest line of humanity 8. And of the blood of the great prophets 9. Muhammad did give up the ghost 10. The leadership of Islam 11. Did then fall to Abu Bakr 12. As the first true Caliph 13. But his reign was short 14. On account of the evil assassin 15. Whose name was Uthmn ibn Affn 16. Of the wealthy Jewish Sadducee clans 17. And member of the UMAY-YAD 18. Who pretended to be Muslim 19. But remained firmly a Sadducee Jew 20. And had Abu Bakr 21. Slowly poisoned to death 22. He was succeeded by Umar ibn al-Khattb 23. Who was the second true Cali 24. And reigned for ten years (634-644) 25. Until once again 26. The murderous and evil spy 27. Uthmn ibn Affn of the UMAY-YAD 28. Did arrange for a slave to assassinate Umar 29. Then, with no challengers 30. Uthmn was declared the third Caliph 31. He immediately sought to undermine 32. The scriptures of Muhammad 33. Creating false stories of his birth 34. assigning wives that never existed 35. claiming wicked and immoral acts by Muhammad 36. that were wholly false
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37. He sought a treaty with the UMAYYAD 38. His kin and true allegiance 39. Weakening the Rashidun Empire 40. But most evil was that Uthmn 41. Began to wholly change sections of the Quran 42. Claiming previous writings 43. and false sayings of the Prophet Muhammad 44. often claiming that he had merely received 45. the completed scripture from Abu Bakr 46. a horrible and unprecedented lie 47. that has stood for too long 48. Thus under the poison of Uthmn the Sadducee 49. the message of Muhammad 50. Became one of contradictions 51. True to the goal of the Sadducee Jews 52. The same as they had done six hundred years prior 53. With the Nazarenes and Paul of Tarsus

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (642 AD) 3. Holly King Domnall mac Echdach 4. Son of Eochaid mac edn 5. grandson of edn mac Gabrin 6. great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 7. great great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 8. great great great grandson of Fergus Mor 9. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 10. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 11. Did give up the ghost 12. The kingship of Dl Riata then did fall 13. to his son Domangart mac Domnall 14. the false myths of Mel Din mac Conaill 15. and Domnall Donn 16. and Ferchar Fota 17. desperate trials by desparate 18. men to hide the truth 19. by making wicked lies 20. of kings of Dl Riata that never were 21. In the same year (642) 22. Cathal mac edo 23. Holly King of Munster 24. Son of edo mac Crimthainn 25. grandson of Crimthainn mac Eochaid 26. great grandson of Eochaid mac engusa 27. twice great grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 28. three times great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 29. four times great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan

537. 1. In the year 642

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30. five times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 31. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 32. the last Holly High King of Ireland 33. did give up the ghost 34. the Kingship did then pass to his son 35. to Cathal mac Cathal 36. the names of Colg and Finguine 37. a seemingly endless but predictable 38. line of falsities 39. by those who conquered 40. by murder and poison pens 539. 1. In the year 655

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12. Did fall to his son Muwyah ibn Ab Sufyn

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (655 AD) 3. The 9th Council of Toledo 4. Did rule that all children of clerics 5. Were to be automatically enslaved. 6. This ruling was later incorporated 7. into the canon law of the church 8. and still stands. 9. But was never enforced For the children of Popes 10. For it was tradition That Popes 11. Acted above the laws 12. Even of the church 13. In the same year 14. So evil were the ways of Caliph Uthman 15. That true Muslims revolted against his reign 16. At which time Uthman did use this as an excuse 17. To assassinate as many remaining original Followers 18. of Muhammad and their family 19. So wholly did Uthman destroy and corrupt 20. The first message of Muhammad 21. That little of it survived with Islam 22. Becoming the same as Christianity 23. As a mere tool of power 24. For the evil Sadducee jews 25. But in 656, true followers of Islam 26. Did succeed in attacking Medina

538. 1. In the year 650 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (650 AD) 3. Ab Sufyn ibn Harb of the UMAYYAD 4. Which means Hand of the God(dess) 5. Son of Harb ibn Shamir 6. Grandson of Shamir ibn Ysuf 7. Great Grandson of Ysuf Dh Nuwas 8. The last Sadducee Jewish Himyarite king 9. Did give up the ghost 10. The leadership and kingship in exile 11. Of the Himaryte and title of UMAY-YAD

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27. And capturing the supremely evil Uthman 28. Upon his death 29. He was rightly refused the honor 30. of being buried With Muslims 31. But with his Jewish Sadducee ancestors at Hush Kaukab

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15. Ali ordered his whole kingdom of Sadducee Jews 16. To convert to Islam 17. upon pain of death for any refusal 18. according to the doctrines of Uthman 19. Further, he did order the mass production of Quran 20. According to the massive edits of Uthman 21. To be distributed as far and wide 22. In order to destroy the true faith of Islam from the inside 23. And raised Uthman up as a great prophet 24. almost as equal as Muhammad 25. and greater than any other follower of Muhammad 26. Within four years 27. the plan of Muwyah ibn Ab Sufyn 28. Succeeded with large Muslim communities 29. Switching to the Uthman false texts 30. Away from the original Quran of Muhammad 31. By the year 661, Ali had lost most of his power 32. And Muwyah ibn Ab Sufyn 33. Had him assassinated while he prayed 34. Upon the murder of Ali 35. Muwyah ibn Ab Sufyn did then declare himself Caliph 36. And Caliph of the UMAY-YAD Islam Empire 37. He then did immediately move the capital of Islam 38. Away from Medina 39. To the ancient home of his Sadducee Jewish ancestors 40. At Damascus

540. 1. In the year 656 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (656 AD) 3. Upon the death of their kin Uthman 4. Muwyah ibn Ab Sufyn 5. the Jewish Sadducee King of the UMAY-YAD 6. marched his army south from Damascus 7. to attack the new Caliph Ali 8. But the resistance of True Muslims 9. Against the Sadducee Jews was so strong 10. That he failed to defeat Ali 11. Then upon reviewing the wholly changed texts by Uthman 12. That did turn Islam 13. into another religion of the Sadducee Jews 14. By corrupting and confusing the true message of Muhammad

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41. For the next one hundred years 42. The ancestors of the Jewish Kings of the Himaryites 43. Now as Caliphs of a false doctrine of Islam 44. Never written by the true followers of Muhammad 45. But by devils and assassins 46. Did dominate the world from Morocco to Turkey 47. And as far east as the lands of India. 48. The true message of Muhammad 49. Had been destroyed. 542. 541. 1. In the year 666 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (666 AD) 3. Cathal mac Cathal 4. Holly King of Munster 5. Son of Cathal mac edo 6. grandson of edo mac Crimthainn 7. great grandson of Crimthainn mac Eochaid 8. twice great grandson of Eochaid mac engusa 9. three times great grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 10. four times great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 1. In the year 673

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11. five times great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 12. six times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 13. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 14. the last Holly High King of Ireland 15. did give up the ghost 16. the Kingship did then pass to his son 17. Ailill mac Cathal 18. In the same year 19. A Great plague swept through Ireland 20. Causing many of the remaining monasteries 21. To close down Including growing lawlessness

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (673 AD) 3. Holly King Domangart mac Domnall 4. Son of Domnall mac Echdach 5. grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 6. great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 7. great great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 8. great great great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 9. great great great great grandson of Fergus Mor 10. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 11. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 12. Did give up the ghost 13. The kingship of Dl Riata then did fall 14. to his son Eochaid mac Domangart 15. the name Fiannamail ua Dnchado 16. one of the last false myths
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17. a king of fable 18. inserted by the vipers of Iona 19. servants of the U Nill 544. 543. 1. In the year 701 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (701 AD) 3. Ailill mac Cathal 4. Holly King of Munster 5. Son of Cathal mac Cathal 6. grandson of Cathal mac edo 7. great grandson of edo mac Crimthainn 8. twice great grandson of Crimthainn mac Eochaid 9. three times great grandson of Eochaid mac engusa 10. four times great grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 11. five times great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 12. six times great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 13. seven times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 14. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 15. the last Holly High King of Ireland 16. did give up the ghost
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17. the Kingship did then pass to his son 18. to Cathal mac Ailill

1. In the year 726 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (726 AD) 3. Holly King Eochaid mac Domangart 4. Son of Domangart mac Domnall 5. grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 6. great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 7. great great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 8. great great great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 9. great great great great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 10. great great great great great grandson of Fergus Mor 11. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 12. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 13. Did give up the ghost 14. The kingship of Dl Riata then did fall 15. to his son Eochaid mac Echdach 16. the name ed Find 17. a complete fabrication 18. inserted by John of Fordun 19. the paid fabricator for the MacAlpin clan 20. handsomely rewarded 21. for creating them a history that never existed 22. a nobility of pure fable

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545. 1. In the year 731 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (731 AD) 3. The christian monk called Bede 4. Did publish his fictional work 5. Called Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum 6. Which means the Ecclesiastical History of the English People 7. a wholly mischievous work 8. used to position the Irish as Godless 9. and inferior before Pauline Christianity 10. and the superior history of the Britons.

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10. twice great grandson of edo mac Crimthainn 11. three times great grandson of Crimthainn mac Eochaid 12. four times great grandson of Eochaid mac engusa 13. five times great grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 14. six times great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 15. seven times great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 16. eight times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 17. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 18. the last Holly High King of Ireland 19. did give up the ghost 20. the Kingship did then pass to his son 21. to Cormac mac Cathal

546. 1. In the year 744 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (744 AD) 3. Cathal mac Ailill 4. Holly King of Munster 5. Deliberately misnamed as Cathal mac Finguine 6. To disguise his most sacred blood 7. Son of Ailill mac Cathal 8. grandson of Cathal mac Cathal 9. great grandson of Cathal mac edo

547. 1. In the year 751 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (751AD) 3. Pope Zachary, 4. also known as St. Zachary 5. did commission a great forgery 6. of a letter written in pure gold 7. upon fine vellum 8. that could not have existed 9. at the time of the apostles 10. alleging it to be from St. Peter 11. That this letter was deliverately intended 12. to deceive the court of the Franks
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13. to influence the election of Pepin the Short 14. and furthermore to secure the ownership 15. of the lands under his control upon his death. 16. In the same year 17. Pope Zachary did commission 18. a chair built of fine timber 19. and then did claim it to be 20. the very chair upon which St. Peter 21. did sit when alleged Bishop of Rome. 22. That this fraud was done with deliberate calculation 23. to deceive the Franks 24. and all Christians into believing its authenticity. 549. 1. In the year 774

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7. located in the north German forest 8. near present day Marburg 9. In the year 782 10. The mighty christian warrior Charlemagne 11. did show his devotion to the Vatican 12. Upon the murder and dismemberment 13. of thousands of saxon men, women 14. and even innocent children 15. at a placed called Verdun 16. in search of hidden treasure 17. To be rewarded for his bloody evil 18. by being crowned Holy Roman Emperor 19. in the year 800

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (774AD) 3. Pope Adrian creates 4. greatest forgery of all time 5. called Constitutum Donatio Constantini 6. and Constitutum domini Constantini imperatoris 7. known as the Gift of Constantine 8. is rambling list of points 9. also in gold and upon fine vellum 10. that could not have existed at the time 11. claiming Constantine had given Roman authority 12. to the Pope 13. Used for next 1,000 years by Vatican 14. to justify carving up the world 15. for global slave trade

548. 1. In the year 768 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (768 AD) 3. Charlemagne did launch a vicious campaign 4. of evangelism against the Saxons of Germany 5. by cutting down their sacred Holly tree 6. the Yggdrasil (World Tree)

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16. as well as pillaging of resources 17. still claimed even today 18. as being a truthful object 19. when it remains an evil lie 20. for which even satan would be proud 14. Did give up the ghost

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15. The kingship of Dl Riata then did fall 16. to his son Fergus mac Echdach 17. the name Cined mac Ailpn 18. a wicked untruth by John of Fordun 19. paid to lie by the MacAlpin clan 20. for his lot of thirty pieces of silver

550. 1. In the year 778 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (778 AD) 3. Holly King Eochaid mac Echdach 4. Son of Eochaid mac Domangart 5. grandson of Domangart mac Domnall 6. great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 7. great great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 8. great great great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 9. great great great great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 10. great great great great great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 11. great great great great great great grandson of Fergus Mor 12. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 13. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 551. 1. In the year 789 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (789 AD) 3. Holly King Fergus mac Echdach 4. Son of Eochaid mac Echdach 5. grandson of Eochaid mac Domangart 6. great grandson of Domangart mac Domnall 7. great great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 8. three times great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 9. four times great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 10. five times great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 11. six times great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 12. seven times great grandson of Fergus Mor 13. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 14. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 15. Did give up the ghost 16. The kingship of Dl Riata then did fall 17. to his son Caustantn mac Fergusa 18. also named Constantine I of Scotland 19. the first true king of united Scotland
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20. not the lie of Cined mac Ailpn 21. and evil myth by wicked men 22. It was Constantine who first founded Scone 23. And did bring the most sacred relics 24. From Dunadd eastward to Scone

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15. nine times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 16. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 17. the last Holly High King of Ireland 18. did give up the ghost 19. the Kingship did then pass to his son 20. to Artr mac Cormac

552. 1. In the year 793 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (793 AD) 3. Cormac mac Cathal 4. Holly King of Munster 5. Son of Cathal mac Ailill 6. grandson of Ailill mac Cathal 7. great grandson of Cathal mac Cathal 8. twice great grandson of Cathal mac edo 9. three times great grandson of edo mac Crimthainn 10. four times great grandson of Crimthainn mac Eochaid 11. five times great grandson of Eochaid mac engusa 12. six times great grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 13. seven times great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 14. eight times great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan

553. 1. In the year 820 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (820 AD) 3. Holly King Caustantn mac Fergusa 4. Constantine I of Scotland 5. Son of Fergus mac Echdach 6. grandson of Eochaid mac Echdach 7. great grandson of Eochaid mac Domangart 8. great great grandson of Domangart mac Domnall 9. three times great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 10. four times great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 11. five times great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 12. six times great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 13. seven times great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 14. eight times great grandson of Fergus Mor 15. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 16. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 17. Did give up the ghost 18. The kingship of Alba (Scotland) then did fall 19. to his son Domnall mac Causantn
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20. the second king of united Scotland 21. In the year 821 22. Since the birth of John the Baptist (821 AD) 23. Artr mac Cormac 24. Holly King of Munster 25. Son of Cormac mac Cathal 26. grandson of Cathal mac Ailill 27. great grandson of Ailill mac Cathal 28. twice great grandson of Cathal mac Cathal 29. three times great grandson of Cathal mac edo 30. four times great grandson of edo mac Crimthainn 31. five times great grandson of Crimthainn mac Eochaid 32. six times great grandson of Eochaid mac engusa 33. seven times great grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 34. eight times great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 35. nine times great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 36. ten times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 37. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 38. the last Holly High King of Ireland 555. 1. In the year 848 554. 1. In the year 845 39. did give up the ghost

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40. the Kingship did then pass to his son 41. to Cuilennin mac Artr

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (845 AD) 3. Pope Sergius II 4. Following the examples of his forebears 5. Did create a poorly forged set of writings 6. known as the Isidorian Decretals 7. of non-existence Bishop (Isidore) 8. between other non-existent characters 9. claiming Rome has always had sovereign authority 10. over all other christian churches. 11. So monumentally clear a forgery 12. Yet to this very day 13. The Vatican maintains their authenticity

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (848 AD) 3. Ivar Ragnarsson and a small band of Vikings 4. Arrived in Scotland and sought an audience 5. With the Holly King Domnall mac Causantn 6. On account of the most ancient power 7. Of the druids and fame of the Holly 8. To the last remaining non-Christian Keltoi 9. The great Viking Chief Ivar 10. Was granted the land near Oban

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11. To build a fort town 12. In exchange Ivar Ragnarsson pledged 13. The Vikings would never strike 14. The lands of the Holly King of Alba 15. While they held the kingdom 16. Nor desecrate any ancient site 17. Of the druids in Ireland

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16. to hide midst the women and children 17. Upon being surrounded and refusing to face Ivar 18. Mel Sechnaill ordered the whole city of Dublin 19. Be set alight to leave nothing for the Vikings 20. Many thousands of innocent men, women and children 21. Were burnt to death by the actions 22. of the coward High King Mel Sechnaill 23. Who then ran away with his troops 24. While the warriors of Ivar risked their lives 25. saving as many innocent people as they could 26. Upon seeing the treachery of the U Nill 27. against their own people 28. in destroying one of the most ancient cities 29. of all humanity 30. And caring nothing for the people of Ireland 31. Ivar did not depart 32. as the High King Mel Sechnaill Had hoped 33. but instead, stayed midst the charred Ruins of Dublin 34. and dedicated his forces not to pillage 35. but to rebuild a new Dublin 36. a new town from the ashes

556. 1. In the year 852 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (852AD) 3. A Viking armada led by Ivar Ragnarsson 4. and his brothers Halfdene and Ubbe 5. did move to their new base near Oban 6. In the lands of the Dl Riata 7. and from the West coast of Scotland 8. did attack and land in Dublin Bay 9. away from the city 10. The High King of Ireland 11. Whose name was Mel Sechnaill 12. From the Clann Cholmin of the Southern U Nill 13. Whose troops were no match for Ivar 14. Upon open ground 15. Did order his troops into the city

557. 1. In the year 862 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (862 AD) 3. Holly King Domnall mac Causantn 4. Son of Caustantn mac Fergusa 5. grandson of Fergus mac Echdach
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6. great grandson of Eochaid mac Echdach 7. great great grandson of Eochaid mac Domangart 8. three times great grandson of Domangart mac Domnall 9. four times great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 10. five times great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 11. six times great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 12. seven times great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 13. eight times great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 14. nine times great grandson of Fergus Mor 15. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 16. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 17. Did give up the ghost 18. The kingship of Alba (Scotland) then did fall 19. to his son Causantn mac Domnall 20. also known as the true Constantine II 21. the third king of united Scotland 558. 1. In the year 865

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (865 AD) 3. As a new but smaller town of Dublin 4. had been built by the Vikings 5. Ivar Ragnarsson and his army returned 6. to The West of Scotland 7. And then sailed inland 8. Then south by land to the territory of Northumberland 9. Where they conquered the region 10. In the year 868 11. Cuilennin mac Artr 12. Holly King of Munster 13. Son of Artr mac Cormac 14. grandson of Cormac mac Cathal 15. great grandson of Cathal mac Ailill 16. twice great grandson of Ailill mac Cathal 17. three times great grandson of Cathal mac Cathal 18. four times twice great grandson of Cathal mac edo 19. five times great grandson of edo mac Crimthainn 20. six times great grandson of Crimthainn mac Eochaid 21. seven times great grandson of Eochaid mac engusa 22. eight times great grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 23. nine times great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc

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24. ten times great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 25. eleven times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 26. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 27. the last Holly High King of Ireland 28. did give up the ghost 29. the Kingship did then pass to his son 30. to Cormac mac Cuilennin 31. who became the greatest Christian Bishop King 32. Ireland has ever seen 33. A man of infinite wisdom and fairness 34. Who saved his people 35. And the culture of the Irish 36. as no other for hundreds of years to come 37. his name and memory defamed 38. by cowardly scribes as paid assassins 39. for men of weak character 40. to hide their crimes

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4. also known as the true Constantine II 5. Son of Domnall mac Causantn 6. grandson of Caustantn mac Fergusa 7. great grandson of Fergus mac Echdach 8. great great grandson of Eochaid mac Echdach 9. three times great grandson of Eochaid mac Domangart 10. four times great grandson of Domangart mac Domnall 11. five times great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 12. six times great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 13. seven times great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 14. eight times great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 15. nine times great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 16. ten times great grandson of Fergus Mor 17. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 18. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 19. Did give up the ghost 20. The kingship of Alba (Scotland) then did fall 21. to his son eda mac Causantn 22. the fourth king of united Scotland

559. 1. In the year 877 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (862 AD) 3. Holly King Causantn mac Domnall

560. 1. In the year 880 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (880 AD) 3. Alfred the Great (of Wessex) 4. self proclaimed King of the Anglo-Saxons

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5. did commission a supreme forgery 6. of which little at all was true 7. called Historia Brittonum 8. also History of the Britons 9. in which the true history and acts of kings 10. such as Cormac mac Art and the Holly 11. was stolen and incorporated into mythical characters 12. such as King Arthur

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11. six times great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 12. seven times great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 13. eight times great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 14. nine times great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 15. ten times great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 16. eleven times great grandson of Fergus Mor 17. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 18. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 19. Did give up the ghost 20. The kingship of Alba (Scotland) then did fall 21. to his son Causantn mac eda 22. also known as the true Constantine III 23. the fifth king of united Scotland

561. 1. In the year 900 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (900 AD) 3. Holly King eda mac Causantn 4. Son of Causantn mac Domnall 5. grandson of Domnall mac Causantn 6. great grandson of Caustantn mac Fergusa 7. great great grandson of Fergus mac Echdach 8. three times great grandson of Eochaid mac Echdach 9. four times great grandson of Eochaid mac Domangart 10. five times great grandson of Domangart mac Domnall

562. 1. In the year 908 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (908AD) 3. Cormac mac Cuilennin 4. Holly King of Munster 5. Great Bishop King 6. Son of Cuilennin mac Artr 7. grandson of Artr mac Cormac 8. great grandson of Cormac mac Cathal 9. twice great grandson of Cathal mac Ailill 10. three times great grandson of Ailill mac Cathal 11. four times great grandson of Cathal mac Cathal 12. five times twice great grandson of Cathal mac edo

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13. six times great grandson of edo mac Crimthainn 14. seven times great grandson of Crimthainn mac Eochaid 15. eight times great grandson of Eochaid mac engusa 16. nine times great grandson of engus mac Nad Froch 17. ten times great grandson of Nad Froch mac Cuirc 18. eleven times great grandson of Conall Cuirc mac Egan 19. twelve times great grandson of Egan mac Muiredach 20. who was brother of Eochaid mac Muiredach 21. the last Holly High King of Ireland 22. did give up the ghost 23. Having become a bishop 24. And thus wedded the church and not his heirs 25. The Dl gCais of North Munster 26. Later known as the U Briain 27. Mercenary settlers from Brittany and Angles 28. A few hundred years before 29. Did then claim Kingship of Munster 30. And forced the Holly family to flee 31. Their first king being Flaithbertach mac Inmainn 563. 1. From the year 904

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32. Thus ended the last Holly to rule 33. as King Or High Priest after thousands of years 34. Heralding the beginning of a new millennium 35. A thousand years of rule 36. Not by sacred bloodlines 37. of ancient priests Of the light 38. But the bloodlines of the ancient Sadducee priests 39. Who had created Christianity 40. to destroy the true message of Jesus and the Nazarenes 41. And Sunna of the UMAY-YAD 42. to destroy the true message of Muhammad 43. A thousand years where evil did rule the world 44. The Thousand years of darkness as foretold

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (904 AD) 3. A Sadducee House of unheralded evil 4. known as the counts of Tusculum 5. did seize the Papacy and political power 6. First through Pope Sergius III 7. a man of unprecedented evil 8. For he introduced a tradition to the Popes 9. that they would not only father 10. illegitimate children as almost all Popes 11. had done for generations 12. but that the Popes would commit incest

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13. with their own children 14. in order to produce more Popes 15. Further that those children not favoured 16. would be used for great ceremonies 17. of human sacrifice in honor of the demonic gods 18. of the Sadducee jews 19. So it was that Pope Sergius III 20. did commit incest with his daughter Marozie 21. who he made his mistress 22. and their son then 23. became Pope John X 24. also known as Pope John XI, Pope John XII 25. and Pope John XIII to hide the fact 26. of his great reign as Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church 27. But the reign of Pope Sergius III 28. was nothing to compare to the Papacy of his son 29. A rule of over 37 years across at least four papacy's 30. For upon his first papacy 31. he converted all the convents of Rome into brothels 32. he openly participated in satanic masses in daylight 564. 1. In the year 943

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33. murdering countless innocent victims 34. Pope John did also take his mother Marozie 35. to be his mistress and wife 36. and even fathered several children 37. with his mother 38. Except for the city wide orgies of the Borgia Popes 39. in many years to come 40. Rome has never seen the rivers of blood 41. nor pure evil as the reign of the House of Tusculum 42. for over 100 years

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (943 AD) 3. Holly King Causantn mac eda 4. Son of eda mac Causantn 5. grandson of Causantn mac Domnall 6. great grandson of Domnall mac Causantn 7. great great grandson of Caustantn mac Fergusa 8. three times great grandson of Fergus mac Echdach 9. four times great grandson of Eochaid mac Echdach 10. five times great grandson of Eochaid mac Domangart 11. six times great grandson of Domangart mac Domnall 12. seven times great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 13. eight times great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 14. nine times great grandson of edn mac Gabrin
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15. ten times great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 16. eleven times great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 17. twelve times great grandson of Fergus Mor 18. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 19. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 20. Did give up the ghost 21. The kingship of Alba (Scotland) then did fall 22. to his son Ildulb mac Causantn 23. the sixth king of united Scotland

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9. four times great grandson of Fergus mac Echdach 10. five times great grandson of Eochaid mac Echdach 11. six times great grandson of Eochaid mac Domangart 12. seven times great grandson of Domangart mac Domnall 13. eight times great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 14. nine times great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 15. ten times great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 16. eleven times great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 17. twelve times great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 18. thirteen times great grandson of Fergus Mor 19. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 20. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 21. Did give up the ghost 22. The kingship of Alba (Scotland) then did fall 23. to his son Cuilain mac Iduilb 24. whose name means Holly 25. the seventh king of united Scotland

565. 1. In the year 962 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (962AD) 3. Holly King Ildulb mac Causantn 4. Son of Causantn mac eda 5. grandson of eda mac Causantn 6. great grandson of Causantn mac Domnall 7. great great grandson of Domnall mac Causantn 8. three times great grandson of Caustantn mac Fergusa

566. 1. In the year 971 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (971 AD) 3. Holly King Cuilin mac Iduilb 4. Son of Ildulb mac Causantn 5. grandson of Causantn mac eda
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6. great grandson of eda mac Causantn 7. great great grandson of Causantn mac Domnall 8. three times great grandson of Domnall mac Causantn 9. four times great grandson of Caustantn mac Fergusa 10. five times great grandson of Fergus mac Echdach 11. six times great grandson of Eochaid mac Echdach 12. seven times great grandson of Eochaid mac Domangart 13. eight times great grandson of Domangart mac Domnall 14. nine times great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach 15. ten times great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 16. eleven times great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 17. twelve times great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 18. thirteen times great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 19. fourteen times great grandson of Fergus Mor 20. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids
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21. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 22. Did give up the ghost 23. The kingship of Alba (Scotland) then did fall 24. to his son Causantn mac Cuilain 25. known as the true Constantine IV 26. the eighth king of united Scotland

567. 1. In the year 997 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (997 AD) 3. Holly King Causantn mac Cuilain 4. Son of Cuilain mac Iduilb 5. grandson of Ildulb mac Causantn 6. great grandson of Causantn mac eda 7. great great grandson of eda mac Causantn 8. three times great grandson of Causantn mac Domnall 9. four times great grandson of Domnall mac Causantn 10. five times great grandson of Caustantn mac Fergusa 11. six times great grandson of Fergus mac Echdach 12. seven times great grandson of Eochaid mac Echdach 13. eight times great grandson of Eochaid mac Domangart 14. nine times great grandson of Domangart mac Domnall 15. ten times great grandson of Domnall mac Echdach

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16. eleven times great grandson of Son of Eochaid mac edn 17. twelve times great grandson of edn mac Gabrin 18. thirteen times great grandson of Gabrn mac Domangairt 19. fourteen times great grandson of Domangart mac Fergus 20. fifteen times great grandson of Fergus Mor 21. Descendent of the most ancient Holly druids 22. Descendent of the High Kings of Ireland 23. Was murdered by the commander of the Royal guard 24. Known as Cined mac Ailpn 25. And as Kenneth the Brown 26. And as Kenneth MacAlpin 27. wrongly re-written as Cined mac Duib 28. by artificer of the pen John of Fordun 29. to hide the truth of his clan of assassins 30. most spineless and treacherous 31. changed of name to hide his evil deed 32. Formed the House of Alpin

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33. falsely known as the House of Dunkeld 34. on account of his grandson 35. upon murdering the Holly High King 36. and his whole family 37. Kenneth MacAlpin did claim 38. The sons of the Holly King 39. Did kill their father and Kenneth 40. Did slay them as assassins 41. Inheriting the crown upon his adoption 42. As a son of the King 43. And his dying wish 44. Many of the cousins of the Holly King 45. Did protest such claims as clearly false 46. Ruadr of Moray 47. the younger brother of The slain King Constantine 48. Did protest loudly 49. At the falseness of these claims 50. But too powerful was MacAlpin 51. On account of the alliances 52. He had made with U Nill king 53. Mel Sechnaill mac Domnaill 54. Of the Clann Cholmin of the southern U Nill Of Ireland 55. a relative of Kenneth MacAlpin 56. And alliances for troops 57. with Waltheof the King of Bernicia and Earl of Northumbria 58. Kenneth MacAlpin the assassin 59. Was a crafty king 60. And upon being crowned

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61. upon The white (limestone) stone of destiny 62. And the Marble throne of Amen-Ra 63. King Kenneth did claim the ancient right 64. Of the lands to the north of Ireland 65. As being the Kingdom of Alba 66. On account of them once being part of Dl Riata 67. Calling himself Emperor of the Celtic Tribes 68. The northern U Nill did reject his claim 69. And King Kenneth MacAlpin 70. Did invade the north of Ireland 71. In the year 1005 72. And the Battle of Clontarf did ensue 73. At which King Kenneth was killed 74. Later to be reborn as Brian Boru 75. Through the creative lies 76. Of the U Brian 77. To claim kingship 569. 1. In the year 1032 568. 1. In the year 1005 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1005 AD) 3. Cined mac Ailpn the assassin 4. Known as King Kenneth MacAlpin 5. Was succeeded by his son 6. Mel Coluim mac Cineda 7. known as Malcolm the destroyer

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8. A bloodthirsty tyrant was Malcolm 9. And set about killing all the Holly family 10. He could find 11. enslaving the Scots 12. and taxing all merchants as much as he could 13. Within his first year he succeeded 14. In killing Ruadr of Moray 15. the younger brother of the slain King Constantine 16. But his family escaped 17. And Malcolm turned his attention 18. To building alliances for his own greatness 19. Malcolm did go to Rome 20. And even to England 21. And in 1032 Malcolm 22. Did kill Findlech mac Ruadr 23. The King of Moray 24. And rightful heir of the throne of Alba (Scotland) 25. Yet himself did die two years later (1034)

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1032 AD) 3. And the murder of Findlech mac Ruadr 4. The true King of Alba (Scotland) 5. By Malcolm of the House of Assassins 6. Known as Alpin 7. His son known as Mac Bethad mac Findlach 8. Whose name was MacBeth

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9. Of the fame of stories and legends 10. But was the true Heir to the Kingship of Alba (Scotland) 11. On account of being of the Holly family 12. The Cuileain and Cuilleain 13. The most ancient druids and High Kings of Ireland 14. Descendents of the greatest prophets and kings 15. Did become King of Moray 16. MacBeth was a mighty warrior 17. And wise king 18. Who earned the name R Deircc 19. Which means the Red King 20. While he longed for the day to avenge 21. The murder of his family 22. By one of the most treacherous families 23. To ever walk the sacred earth of Scotland 24. He was wise to wait for the right opportunity 25. Lest the alliance of the House of Alpin 26. Bring great war upon the land

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2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1034 AD) 3. The son of Malcolm 4. And grandson of Kenneth MacAlpin 5. Whose name was Donnchad mac Crnin 6. Also known as Duncan 7. Did become King of Alba 8. A poor general of men 9. Who inherited all the wickedness of his father 10. Hated by all of Scotland 11. On account of his cruel murder of many scholars 12. of priests and innocent people 13. And those that would not worship him as a great king 14. In the year 1039 15. Duncan decided he would invade the lands of Moray 16. And kill MacBeth and all the remainder of his clan 17. So no more contest would there be 18. against the house of treachery 19. The house of Alpin and Dunkeld 20. But MacBeth was a greater match for Duncan 21. And the troops of Duncan did suffer great losses 22. Upon a battle at Pitgaveny near Elgin 23. Upon the order of the mad King Duncan 24. That his troops attack full frontal upon MacBeth 25. His own troops did kill the King 26. And surrender to MacBeth 27. Recognizing his legal right and Kingship 28. Thus in the year 1039 29. MacBeth became the last Holly King

570. 1. In the year 1034

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16. So wickedly taken by the House of Alpin 17. And increased trade with all 18. But Mel Coluim mac Donnchada 19. Also known as Malcolm 20. The infant son of Duncan who was slain by own troops 21. Did escape with some of his household 22. To Northumbria and the court of Siward the Dane 23. Who did raise Malcolm the son of Duncan 24. As his own 25. And when he was of age, he was granted the title 26. Of King of Strathclyde 27. By his adopted father

571. 1. In the year 1039 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1039 AD) 3. At the royal court in Scone 4. King MacBeth was the last Holly King 5. And the last King on either British or Irish soil 6. To be anointed upon the true 7. White (limestone) Stone of Destiny 8. And to sit upon the Green Marble Throne of Amen-Ra 9. King MacBeth showed himself as wise a king 10. As any of the Great Holly High Kings 11. Of ages past 12. Upon the wars between the English Earls and Kings 13. He accepted Norman exiles into his court 14. Treating all with respect and justice 15. He restored the rights of laws of the land

572. 1. In the year 1055 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1055 AD) 3. Upon the death of Siward the Dane 4. The Earl of Northumbria 5. Malcolm, the son of Duncan 6. Did take the army northwards 7. And confront King MacBeth 8. MacBeth was a superior commander 9. And held his ground against the superior numbers 10. Of the Northumbrians 11. But did encounter heavy losses 12. as fate would have it 13. The commanders of the Northumbrians 14. Were called to withdraw 15. By the English crown

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16. As a new Earl of Northumbria 17. Whose name was Tostig Godwinson 18. Did the English appoint 19. And the invasion was abandoned 20. Malcolm did go to England 21. To make his case against MacBeth 22. It is here that he did speak such vile lies 23. And wicked untruth concerning 24. King MacBeth 25. by using the true evil of his own ancestry 26. And claiming it as MacBeth 27. Upon hearing of such trickery 28. And wishing a strong ally in the Scots 29. The English did supply the traitor 30. And liar Malcolm with a new army 31. With which to defeat MacBeth

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8. As MacBeth prepared his battled plans 9. An old woman from the far North 10. Known to be a prophetess 11. Did come to MacBeth 12. And foretold of his defeat 13. And the end of the line of the Holly Kings 14. That he must save the ancient relics 15. From falling into the hands of the traitor Malcolm 16. For surely they would then be given to the English 17. And with such symbols of power 18. The English could wage great evil and war 19. So MacBeth ordered his most trusted troops 20. To take the Stony of destiny 21. The Marble Throne of Amen-Ra 22. The round tables of Cormac Mac Art 23. the Standard of the House of Judah 24. and other most ancient relics 25. and buried them deeply 26. near his ancestral home 27. the castle of Dunsinane Hill 28. in the lands of Perthshire

573. 1. In the year 1057 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1057 AD) 3. King MacBeth did receive word 4. That Malcolm the traitor of Scotland 5. From the House of Assassins 6. The House of Alpin 7. was approaching with a massive army

574. 1. In the year 1058 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1058 AD) 3. Malcolm and his mercenary army 4. Did invade Scotland 5. And Macbeth valiantly held the forces at bay 6. At the north side of the Mounth 7. But heavily outnumbered he retreated

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8. over the Cairnamounth Pass 9. and his last battle Lumphanan 10. wounded and defeated his guard 11. took him from the battlefield 12. Malcolm believed MacBeth had been taken 13. To his fort at Dunsinane Hill 14. And ordered it destroyed 15. Killing the family of MacBeth 16. And his heirs 17. Instead, MacBeth was taken to Scone 18. as was prophesized 19. and the good king died 20. Malcom triumphant through his treachery 21. And treason against the honor of Scotland 22. Then proclaimed himself king 23. But upon finding the most sacred artifacts 24. And no one alive to torture as to their location 25. He cursed the name MacBeth 26. And try as he might 27. as did his descendants 28. None did find the location of the true relics 29. For eight hundred more years 30. The Last Holly King was dead 576. 1. In the year 1102 575. 1. In the year 1099

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31. A legend begun from the beginning of time 32. Was gone forever

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1099 AD) 3. Christian Knights, priests 4. and members of the first crusade 5. slaughtered every single man, woman, child 6. and animal in Jerusalem, 7. sparing not one soul 8. upon the specific and clear orders 9. of Blessed Pope Urban II 10. Over two hundred thousand souls died 11. by the order of the Pope 12. sixty thousand of which were Jewish 13. But on account they were not Sadducee jews 14. of noble blood, not one was spared.

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1102 AD) 3. Magnus III of Norway 4. invaded Ireland and captured Dublin. 5. the city rebuilt by his ancestors 6. Yet his stay and life in Ireland was short lived 7. for the following year (1103) 8. Muircheartach Ua Briain 9. a thoroughly wicked and immoral leader 10. had him assassinated

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11. by dressing up some of his men as priests 12. at Downpatrick, County Down 13. In the year 1104 14. Muircheartach Ua Briain 15. did commission the first of three horrendous frauds 16. all designed to strengthen his claim of Kingship 17. and secure the claims of his heirs 18. The first was a heavily doctored version of Tin B Cailnge 19. the foundation story of the Ulster Epic 20. originally commissioned by Cormac Mac Art 21. over eight hundreds years prior 22. but now resembling it only in name 23. within the publication Lebor na hUidre 24. which means Book of the Dun Cow 25. by the Christian monastery of Clonmacnoise 26. in exchange for a handsome bribe 27. The second great forgery was the work called 28. Cogadh Gaedhil re Gallaibh 29. The War of the Irish with the Foreigners 30. by Muirchertach Ua Briain 577. 1. In the year 1119

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31. In which a completely fabled king called Brian Boru 32. was supposed to be the founder of the clan 33. The truth of Thomond long buried 34. The truth of the Ua Briain history as petty mercenaries 35. from foreign lands 36. long written out of a new history which they created 37. The third and final fraudulent epic 38. created by Muirchertach Ua Briain 39. was called Brjnssaga 40. which means Brjns saga 41. Yet another story of mythical heroes 42. from which the Ua Briain were supposed to have risen 43. Not as paid mercenaries who came in search 44. of gold and plunder during the first invasions 45. of Papal forces in the year 430

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1119 AD) 3. Two veteran French knights from the first crusade 4. whose names were Hugues de Payens and Godfrey de Saint-Omer 5. came into the possession 6. of a most ancient letter 7. from the time of the House of Ananias 8. Upon request The two knights

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9. did receive permission 10. by Baldwin II of Jerusalem 11. to establish a monastic order 12. for the protection of pilgrims 13. and specifically requested the vacant Temple Mount site 14. The king agreed and the order was formed under the title 15. Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon 16. or Templar Knights 17. But for the first eight years 18. the Templars did nothing but dig 19. and around the maze of caves and catacombs 20. that exist within the base of the Temple Mount 21. Then in the year 1128 22. The two men discovered 23. a most ancient and preserved head 24. hidden in a clay jar 25. They went on to call this head 26. The Baphomet 27. The wise head 28. Also known as the head of prophecy 29. It being the severed head 30. of Jesus known as Christ 31. which Paul of Tarsus cut off 32. when he murdered him in France 33. bringing the head to the High priests 578. 1. In the year 1151

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34. who in turn hid it within the bowels of the Temple 35. Within one year of their discovery 36. The Templars had the patronage of Bernard of Clairvaux 37. one of the wealthiest men 38. and official recognition by the church 39. Within ten more years (1139) 40. Pope Innocent II with a papal bull 41. named Omne Datum Optimum 42. exempted the Order from obedience to local laws. 43. Thus the Templars for two hundred years 44. became the most powerful and mysterious order 45. to ever exist within the Catholic Church 46. Yet upon their disbandment 47. The Baphomet was never found 48. Nor were the secret documents found 49. at the same time 50. The location of the Templar Treasure 51. being these things has remained a mystery

2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1151 AD) 3. Pope Eugine III did commission 4. a master forger named Gratian 5. to create a supremely false document 6. called the Decretum 7. using cleaned and ancient parchments 8. incorporating the forged Isidorian Decretals 9. then combined with two other major forgeries

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10. The Donation of Constantine 11. and the Liber Pontificalis 12. along with other falsified writings 13. and codified into a system of Church law 14. which elevated Gregory 15. and all his successors as absolute monarchs 16. claiming supremecy of the world 11. to eliminate all real Irish history 12. by assigning it to England

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13. a strategy that largely succeeded 14. for over 900 years 15. Second, King Henry II 16. undertook an agreement with Pope Adrian IV 17. whereby the Pope issued a Papal Bull 18. One of the most evil documents of history 19. called Laudabiliter 20. which was doctored in later centuries 21. to hide its real contents 22. For in 1155 this claim of the Pope 23. Based on all the forgeries of the past Popes 24. was that the Vatican legally owned Ireland 25. including its people 26. So Pope Adrian IV did then sell Ireland 27. and all the Irish as slaves 28. to King Henry II of England 29. in exchange for a handsome annual sum 30. a tribute of supreme evil 31. only ended under the reign of another Henry 32. with many wives 33. The truth that the Vatican was paid by England 34. The fact that the Popes sold the Irish nation 35. as slaves now disputed 36. by yet more frauds and lies

579. 1. In the year 1154 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1154 AD) 3. King Henry II of England 4. Did undertake a plan that would once and for all 4. Destroy the sacred soul of Ireland 4. And render it a broken vassal of England 4. First, he did address the seizure 4. of the sacredness of Ireland 4. King Henry II commissioned Geoffrey of Monmouth 5. and a team of founding scholars 6. granted to form Oxford University 7. To produce a wholly fraudulent work 8. called Historia Regum Britanniae 9. History of the Kings of Britain 10. wholly stolen from real Irish history

580. 1. In the year 1158 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1158 AD)

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3. King Henry II of England 4. Did continue his rape of the soul of Ireland 5. By stealing the official standard 6. of the cuilleain the Holly 7. as last remaining bloodline of House of Judah 8. the lion rampant 9. A symbolizm of his claim over Ireland 10. And the former Holly kingdom of Scotland 11. But in colour reverse did the King order it 12. a golden lion on a red field 13. a theft of historic proportions 14. that has held for far too long 15. No right to the lion did England have 16. Nor has England ever had 17. Other than pillagers, brigands and assassins 6. on request of deposed High King

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7. and traitor Diarmuid MacMorrough 8. Upon regaining High Kingship 9. using Henry's forces 10. The great traitor of Ireland 11. Diarmuid MacMorrough 12. did then switch sides again 13. nominating his own son as successor 14. In the year 1170 15. King Henry II 16. did send his most cruel and evil general 17. whose name was Richard de Clare 18. also known as Strongbow 19. In the following year (1171) 20. King Henry II sent an even larger army 21. that landed at Waterford 22. The first English King 23. to ever set foot on Irish soil. 24. Henry did then make Strongbow King of Leinster 25. Upon being made a King 26. Strongbow ordered the complete dismantling of Tara 27. That no memory be left, not one stone 28. Thus a force of several thousand Englishman 29. using Irish as slaves 30. Forced the removal of millions of stones 31. of countless beams of wood 32. The stones then used for Norman forts 33. Until all that was left of Tara 34. was a hill of dirt

581. 1. In the year 1169 2. Since the birth of John the Baptist (1169 AD) 3. The Army of King Henry II 4. did land in Wexford 5. and crush the Irish forces

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35. soon to be fields 36. As if it had never existed 37. Thus the damnation of Ireland was complete 38. Its history stolen 39. The truth turned to myth 40. Its people enslaved by the church the followed 41. Captive to a force that hated them with every fibre 42. Every book of its history 43. Burnt or corrupted beyond recognition 44. Every ancient road torn up 45. Every ancient school destroyed

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13. as darkness and resolution approach 14. first priest first king 15. the green race.

582. 1. But for one thing Ireland did survive 2. Not for lost history 3. Nor for ancient Kingship 4. The memory of greatness 5. It was the most precious thing 6. The one thing that could not be stolen 7. The spirit, the soul 8. that dwells in all Irish 9. the same spirit that enlightened the world 10. the same spirit that saved the world 11. many times over 12. a spirit that is called again
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