The True History of Ireland

Discover the Ancient Secrets of the Irish

By Moe Bedard - A Descendant of King Baedan

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Saint Patrick’s Serpent

In the middle 5th century, it was a dangerous time to be alive in places such as Britain, Ireland, Scotland and Gaul (France). Tribal warfare had run rampant in these parts of the world for hundreds of years. Crimes such as robbery, rape, kidnapping and slavery were...

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The Druid Festival of Christmas

By Sir Godfrey Higgins - The festival of the twenty-fifth of December was celebrated by the Druids in Britain and Ireland with great fires lighted on the ‘tops of the hills. This festival was repeated on the twelfth day, or on what we call the Epiphany. In some parts,...

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The Science of the Jack-o-lantern

In my last article on the mythology of the hidden meaning of the Jack-o-lantern, I explained how this was really an ancient gnostic story that was developed by the Phoenician-Hebrew Druids who were known biblically as the children of Jacob (Jack). It is a tale of the...

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The Phoenician Menorah of Ireland

The Phoenician Hebrew Menorah (7 branch candlestick) can be found in Ireland on what is known as a pillow stone in Cloontuskert, county Roscommon. This was the same location that was the seat of Kings of Connacht and then to the High Kings of Ireland. This was also...

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The Black Irish of Montserrat in the Caribbean

Here's an old video of the Black Irish of Montserrat in the Caribbean. Many of the Irish were forcibly deported when the English had conquered Ireland. The military campaign was led by the famous military leader known as Oliver Cromwell who was the  Lord Protector of...

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The Danites in Ireland

By Frederick Lawrence Rawson - Danu or Donu seems to have been considered by the Goidels or Gaels as the ancestress of the gods. The Goidels, according to the most generally accepted theory, arrived in Britain between 1000 B.C. and 500 B.C., whilst the Brythons or...

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The Irish Tuatha Dé Dannan Connection to the Tribe of Dan

"It is certainly no coincidence that the Irish Gaelic word Dun or Dunn means "Judge," just as Dan does in Hebrew!" - Raymond McNair The ancient connections between the Irish Tuatha Dé Dannan and the Greek Tribe of Dan have been documented all throughout history.  The...

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Cernunnos: The Horned Pan of the Celts

The ancient Celts and Druids in the West had worshiped a horned God who went by the names of Cernunnos (KER-noo-nos) by the Gauls, and in Old Irish literature as Uindos, Herne (Hermes), Hu Gadarn, and Hesus (Jesus). He was known as the most ancient and powerful Celtic...

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The Druid and Phoenician Coarbs of Ireland

"These Corybantes are the Irish Curbs or Coarbs. It is not surprising that they came from Phoenicia." - Sir Godfrey Higgins The ancient Druids in Ireland and Culdee priests of Iona had called their priests by the name of the Coarbs. They were from the same stock of...

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The Gnostic Priests of Saint John in Iona, Scotland

The beautiful island of Iona is known as the “motherland of dreams”, and once home to a people known as the Ionians, and in the Scriptures as the Hebrew Levites who had settled there in approximately the 5th Century A.D. giving their name to the island jewel. It has...

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Why I would like to debate Michael Tsarion

This article is the second part of a series of articles I'm creating that will be part of my new free E-book and movie I'm producing called "The Phoenician Origins of Ireland." My research, and work over the last seven years will prove that it was the Phoenicians who...

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The Symbol of the Harp

“The man, who hath no music in his soul, is fit for treason, stratagem, and spoil." - Shakespeare Music is the magic of the soul. It can entertain and sooth, heal, kill, lead and control human emotions like no other divine device ever created by man. This is why today...

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What is the meaning of the name Ireland?

The name Ireland is derived from an ancient Phoenician (Hebrews and Cretan) name Eriu, and examples of the various spellings you will find are Eri, Ere, Erin, Erin, Ire, Ierne, and Iran. The name Ierne, Kerne, or Herne was also the most westerly Phoenician settlement...

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The Masonic Serpent Kings

"The Serpent is universally esteemed a legitimate symbol of Freemasonry."- Signs and Symbols by George Oliver Two of the most esteemed kings in all of Freemasonry were Solomon, King of Israel, and Hiram, the Phoenician king of Tyre who provided masons cedar and gold...

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The Healing Stones of Odin

The Stones of Odin had magical healing powers that the ancient Druid priests in Europe had used to help heal their people, and cure their diseases. For this reason, they venerated these stones as gifts from God. Ancient stories that speak of these stone's incredible...

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The Lost Tribe of Judah in Ireland

"They went into the eternal kingdom into eternal life of brightest splendour; Baedan the noble the angelical Columba the resplendent." The research I will put forth below is based on the Tribe of Judah, known as the Bedas (Baedans) in Ireland who ruled for...

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The Druids Adored the True Tau Cross

Before the advent of Christianity, the Celtic Druids had venerated the true cross in the form of the TAU (TAV) of the Phoenicians and Greeks, and also the Celtic Cross. This cross would become incorporated into the beginning years of Christianity, and then later...

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The Masonic Archons of the Tribe of Judah

In my last article on the Centaurs (Ken-taurs or Khan-taurs) titled "The Centaurs: Half Men and Half Horse Sons of God", I briefly explained this tribe of people who originally inhabited the island of Crete, Greece and Egypt; who then made their way into Britain. The...

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The Druids Had Telescopes

The telescope was known to a very few of the priests, and kept by them in private for the use only of the persons initiated into the higher mysteries. (By Sir Godfrey Higgins) - Many persons have thought that the Druids and the ancients generally had the use of...

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The Druids Probably Pythagoreans

By Sir Godfrey Higgins - From the circumstances related of Abaris, and from various particulars which have descended to us, we must see, I think, that the Druids were Pythagoreans. The Essenians, of whom Philo has written the history, were confessedly Pythagoreans,...

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The Serpent on the Cross Becomes Jesus on the Cross

The power of the serpent of Egypt was broken on the cross - Justin Martyr Let it be said, that long before the Romans had given us the images and idols of the Lord and Savior of Jesus crucified upon the cross, the serpent or snake was the chosen image by the ancient...

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Who was Merlin?

The true identity of the most famous wizards of all time, Merlin has been speculated upon for many centuries. Merlin is best known as being the advisor to King Arthur from the ancient Arthurian legend. A legend, that today has been made world-famous in the media...

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The Lost Tribe of Dan Found

Amongst the ancient Greek legendary stories of certain families and genealogies, it appears, that none equal the splendor of a particular family that had originated in Thebes. In legend they are known as the descendants of Cadmus, the Sparti (the sown men), a Boeotian...

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Odin – Pharaoh King Dan

The mythical Wodan, or more commonly known today as Odin; is said to be in legend the first "unofficial" founder king of Danmark (Denmark) who had reigned before Christ (B.C.) 1040, which was the 8th year of the reign of David, King of Israel. When I say that he was...

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