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"In view of the linking together of biblical history, prophecy, and Irish history, can anyone deny that this Hebrew princess was the daughter of King Zedekiah of Judah and therefore heir to the throne of David?
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Frankly, I was not aware how BASELESS these assertions were until I researched all the literature for myself. The key figure in Armstrong's story is, of course, Jeremiah the prophet. Let me state here and now that I have found NO SUCH TRADITION in the Irish annals!
According to Worldwide Church of God historian Herman L. In Armstrong's booklet a similar connection is made; and British-Israelite theorists also claim this as fact. Raymond Capt in his book "Jacob's Pillar" makes the SAME assertion: "Many of the ancient Irish records, when making reference to an 'eastern king's daughter,' also mention an old man; 'a patriarch, a saint, a prophet,' called ' OLLAM FODHLA' .... To further solidify this identification of Jeremiah with the Irish Ollam Fodhla, E. I might be as blind as a bat in a London fog but I saw no link between Ireland and Jeremiah in this passage!
This Herremon has usually been confused with a much earlier Gede the Herremon in David's day -- who married his uncle Ith's daughter Tea.
The son of this later king Herremon and Hebrew princess continued on the throne of Ireland and THIS SAME DYNASTY CONTINUED UNBROKEN through all the kings of Ireland; was OVERTURNED and transplanted again in Scotland; again OVERTURNED and moved to London, England, where this same dynasty continues today in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II....
That when the throne of David was first overturned by Jeremiah, it was REPLANTED in Ireland, later overturned a second time and replanted in Scotland, overturned a third time and planted in London? I also consulted primary and secondary sources on the Irish and Scottish annals.
When Christ returns to earth to sit on that throne, He shall take over a LIVE, EXISTING throne, not a nonexistent one (Luke )." -- 1980, Worldwide Church of God. To my surprise, I found that the British-Israelite books all REPEAT the same Tea-Tephi story (with slight variations), each aggressively claiming that the story is found in the ancient annals.In my research I have NOT FOUND a single British-Israelite book that actually gives a REFERENCE to WHERE in the Irish and Scottish annals the supporting material may be found!Armstrong's booklet does not -- nor does Joseph Allen's earlier book on the subject.It is a LEGEND that someone somewhere within British-Israel circles began, stated it as fact, and it has been repeated as fact within British-Israel circles ever since, down to the present day in which the Worldwide Church of God repeats it to millions.It may make an interesting story, but IT IS COMPLETELY FABRICATED." ("Afterword on British-Israelism", p. I have to ECHO Greg Doudna in his discoveries: There is absolutely NO FOUNDATION in the Irish and Scottish annals for the story of Jeremiah and Tea-Tephi!In fact, Olam Fodla appears in the Irish legends as one of the greatest NATIVE MILESIAN KINGS. There is, basically, TWO MAIN CHRONOLOGIES of the Irish kings in the annals of Ireland.