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Magi's son's name was Sceaf/Sceafa(33). Sceaf's characters are "Sowilo, 'Kenaz,' 'Ehwaz,' 'Ansuz,' 'Fehu.' Sceaf appears not to have followed after the LORD as his predecessors did. Sowilo represents the sun, "an important symbol in pagan worship. Notice how Sowilo looks like a jagged lightning strike. This is called the satanic thunderbolt in Christian terminology. This is, in part, due to something the Lord Jesus said: "I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven."(37)
The second symbol in Sceaf's name was Kenaz. It represented a torch or some other source of light. This is another indicator that Sceaf had ceased from following the LORD. Instead of continuing the missionary work his fathers had done, he went about saying that the God of the Bible was not the source of light to the world. This appears to mark the beginning of Sol worship.(38)
There appears to be a connection with Egypt due to the similarity between the Norse sun boat and the Egyptian solar barque. It is possible that Sceaf had travelled to Egypt and become fascinated with sun worship and so decided to change his religion.
What is of great note is the similarity between the drawings of Norse sun boats and the drawing found at the Hill of Tara in Ireland, the resting place of Tamar bat Zedekiah, also called Tea Tephi. It was at this time, the time of the fall of the house of Judah, that God sent the prophet Jeremiah into Egypt with Tamar to transfer the throne of the house of Judah to the house of Israel, "For thus saith the LORD; David shall never want a man to sit upon the throne of the house of Israel;"(39)
It is my assertion that Sceaf, a descendant of Judah, was in Egypt at the time that Jeremiah and Tamar were in Egypt, and that they bought passage on his ship to take them into, or at least toward Ireland, where the graves of both Tamar and Jeremiah (mythicized as Iarbinel in Irish mythology) lie. Back to the character profile of Sceaf.
The third character in Sceaf's name is Ehwaz. Ehwaz means horse. The fourth character is Ansuz (meaning deity), and the fifth character is Fehu (meaning gold, cattle, or wealth in general). Occasionally Sceaf is spelled with an extra Ansuz at the end, making his name Sceafa. Given this information, it appears that Sceaf not only turned to sun worship, but also animal worship.
According to pseudo-legend, Sceafa was found "coming out of the sea."(40.) According to Aethelweard in his Chronica: "This Scef came in a light boat to an island of the ocean which is called Scani, arms around about him, and he was a very young boy, unknown to the dwellers in the land. But he was accepted by them and cared for like one of their own kind, and afterwards they chose him as king, from whose family descended King Æthelwulf."(40)
William of Malmesbury had this to say concerning Sceaf: "Sceaf; who, as some affirm, was driven on a certain island in Germany, called Scandza, (of which Jornandes, the historian of the Goths, speaks), a little boy in a skiff, without any attendant, asleep, with a handful of corn at his head, whence he was called Sceaf; and, on account of his singular appearance, being well received by the men of that country, and carefully educated, in his riper age he reigned in a town which was called Slaswic, but at present Haithebi; which country, called old Anglia, whence the Angles came into Britain, is situated between the Saxons and the Goths."(40) Given this information, Sceaf appears washed ashore on the island presently known as Aero, property of Denmark.
The word Sceaf is also pronounced Sheaf, as in a sheaf of barley. A sheaf of barley was used in the wave offering during the Hebrew Passover, which commemorated God's deliverance of the Israelites from Pharaoh in Egypt.
Sheaf in Hebrew is 'tenufah.' Tenufah is translated as both sheaf and omer in English translations of the scriptures. It is formed from the Hebrew verb 'nuf,' meaning 'to wave.' Interestingly, it is a sheaf of barley corn that is used in the wave offering during Passover.
I find it funny how God can hide things in plain sight and people not see anything until God chooses to reveal it. If one takes the Hebrew word for stammering lips, laeg, and reverses it, you get geal, or gael, as in the gaelic language. It is funny to see that a person named Sceaf (pronounced Sheaf) was set into the ocean as a small child, to be driven by the waves.
This next bit of information is even more fascinating. If one takes the same approach, that is, God has hidden something in plain sight, and apply it to tenufah, you get teah, or Teah, as in Teah Tephi, also called Tamar, daughter of Mattaniah/Zedekiah, the last king to rule over the kingdom of Judah before being taken prisoner into Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar. It is this same Tamar that accompanied Jeremiah the prophet into Ireland from Egypt.
According to newly discovered information, I can firmly say that Tamar, daughter of Zedekiah, king of Judah did not go into Ireland and previously stated, nor did she marry an Irish king, nor yet any Irishman, but she in fact married Sceaf, son of Magi. What appears to have happened is that the true account of Tamar and Jeremiah's journey was corrupted by the Roman Catholic church as it was under their rule that many of the histories of the native lands where the "gospel of Jesus Christ" was spread. This they did in order to hide the truth of the ancestry of where these peoples came from.
In one of the legends, it tells of an old man, Ollam Fodhla, coming into Ireland with an Egyptian princess. This Egyptian princess, Tamar (who actually did spend time in Egypt and possibly adopted by Pharaoh Hophra/Apries) was given to Eochaidh Buadach mac Duach, also called Eochaidh II to be his wife. Unfortunately for the Irish, time travel wasn't around, because this Eochaidh was born in about 755 BC (42), about 200 years before Tamar was even born!
It gets worse, the Ollam Fodhla/Fotla that supposedly accompanied Tamar into Ireland was born later than that, 150 years earlier at a minimum!(43) Jeremiah was an old man at the time Judea was conquered, but there is no way he could have been born in 927 BC. God simply was not in the business of letting us live that long any more. (44)
One of the biggest "mistakes," or as I like to call them, "intentional bludgeoning/mangling of world history," come from an old Irish verse found here. It details the story of one Tea, daughter of Lughaidh.
Here is the problem with this. Lughaidh (God's house), whom I believe to be a variation of the name Lug, refers to an Irish deity and 'High King' of Ireland.(45) Although the names Lug and Jehovah/Yahweh both refer to deity, in Hebrew, "God's house" would be Beit-El, or Bethel, with Beth meaning 'house' and 'El' meaning God. So it is utterly impossible that Tea Tephi and Ollam Fodhla are Tamar and Jeremiah. The whole story about Jeremiah and Tamar going into Ireland is a fake, one that, up until March 28, 2013, I believed.
Furthermore, the Ollam Fodhla, or learned prophet seems to be a misdirection on the word Magi, Sceaf's father. The word 'magi,' (magos in Greek) is where we get the word 'magician' from, apparently falsely noting a follower of the Zoroastrian religion. (46) The terminology appears to have been placed on Jeremiah, combined with the gospel of Matthew's "wise men from the east,(46)" and from there the lie settled.
It is now my assertion that Tamar and Jeremiah never went to Ireland as is popularly supposed, but rather she went into old Anglia, married Sceaf, and died there, her grave not yet known at this time. It also shows forth the wisdom and knowledge of God in that, while the legend of Tamar being Tea Tephi is fake, he used even this combined with Sceaf's name in Hebrew to point us in the right direction. Blessed be his name.
For more information on the significance of Tamar being in Tahpanhes, please go to http://www.friendsofsabbath.org/Further_Research/British-Israel/Tamar%20Tephi%20or%20The%20Maid%20of%20Destiny/tea5.htm.
(44) http://av1611.com/kjbp/kjv-bible-text/Ge-6.html (verse 3 in particular)
North Korea issued its latest belligerent threat Saturday, saying it has entered "a state of war" with South Korea a day after its young leader threatened the United States because two American B-2 bombers flew a training mission in South Korea.
Analysts say a full-scale conflict is extremely unlikely and North Korea's threats are instead aimed at drawing Washington into talks that could result in aid and boosting leader Kim Jong Un's image at home. But the harsh rhetoric from North Korea and rising animosity from the rivals that have followed U.N. sanctions over Pyongyang's Feb. 12 nuclear test have raised worries of a misjudgment leading to a clash.
In a joint statement by the government, political parties and organizations, North Korea said Saturday that it will deal with all matters involving South Korea according to "wartime regulations." It also warned it will retaliate against any provocations by the United States and South Korea without "any prior notice."
For the complete story, please go to: http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/nkorea-state-war-skorea-18843782#.UVaDTqKG2So
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