The Council of Nine:
Just as the UFO community is heavily influenced by disinformation disseminated by well-known authors and lecturers known to be members of an intelligence organization called the Aviary, so the belief structure of thousands of gullible New Agers is manipulated by individuals claiming to channel information emanating from the "Nine Principles of God".
Even if we ignore the blatant historical inaccuracies and thinly-veiled racism emanating from this purportedly divine group of celestial beings, the military and intelligence background of Dr.Andrija Puharich, the founder of the Nine cult, should be sufficient to question the veracity of the channeled comments.
The Nine were first channeled in 1952 by an Asian mystic at Puharich's laboratory. Puharich later formed the Round Table Foundation purportedly to continue receiving transmissions from the Nine via other channelers. The foundation was disbanded in 1958, but channeling continued at Puharich's laboratory. Prominently associated with Pucharich in this venture were New Age guru Dr. Jim Hurtak and convicted felon Eira Einhorn. The Esalen Institute and the Stamford Research Institute were also involved. This should have raised a very large red flag, since both institutes have participated in mind-control research (Charles Manson was an Esalen visitor).
Moreover, Puharich served as a military officer at the U.S. Army Chemical Center in Maryland at the time the center was conducting LSD experiments. Puharich also worked with the CIA's evil Sydney Gottlieb on the development of directed-energy mind-control techniques, at the time the Nine were initially channeled. Pucharich later developed the first micro-chip tooth implant under a CIA contract.
Puharich later fell out of favor with the intelligence community after successfully developing a free-energy device (U.S. patent 4,394,230). He died following a convenient fall down a flight of stairs.
By means of psycho-acoustic devices, Puharich had the capability of projecting voices into the minds of "channelers", who believed they were in communication with a divine source. This insidious activity, which presumably is being conducted by other mind-control programmers since Puharich's death, has enabled the Illuminati to control the belief-structure of a very large segment of the New Age community. Hopefully, the above apocryphal tales will serve to demonstrate the necessity for commencing selected research projects from first principles.
In stating in my article that Tea Tephi was a Danite Princess who settled in Ireland circa 1250 B.C., I was merely quoting a claim published by Christian Fundamentalist organizations. Personally I believe that Tea Tephi's voyage to Ireland is an apocryphal tale. All the bible tells us about King Zedekiah's daughters is that the princesses disobeyed Yahwey and fled to Egypt., not Ireland.
As previously mentioned, the ancient history of Ireland as portrayed in the Lebor Gabala and such works as the Book of Ballymote is largely apocryphal, which is why it is imperative to return to first principals in order to determine the source of such stories as the origin of the Stone of Scone. We also must avoid linguistic pitfalls when determining what early historians meant when they mentioned lvernia or Hibernia (Ireland). This is because the coastal region of England extending from the county of Dorset to the Solent used to be named Iwerne, which is cognate with 'Ivernia'; its inhabitants were known as the Gwyddel, often translated as "Irish".
In the interests of good scholarship, we must search for any other historical reference to a matriarchal figure possessing a ceremonial stone, (preferably descended from a Middle Eastern tribe or clan) whose arrival in Ireland substantially predated that of Tea Tephi.
Our search for such a person begins not in Ireland, but at an elevation of 5200 feet up the western flank of Mount Ararat, at the town of Van. Believed to have been founded by Queen Semiramis, according to Armenian tradition, it is located near Lake Van. In prehistoric times, this lake supplied the headwaters of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.
The ancient tribal people who originally inhabited this region were known variously as the Vans, Bans, Wans, Fens or Fins. Their tribal name became appended to the names of countries and townships which sprang up as they migrated westward to Britain and Ireland. Thus the ancient name of Britain was Alban, later Albion. Paisley was originally Vanduara and the name Findhorn still survives. Van Lake, in Wales, was traditionally sacred to a Lady of the Lake.
According to tradition, a matriarch and her serpent-worshipping clan landed in South-Western Ireland at Duna-mark, which is in Bantry Bay, not later than 1000B.C., which predates the era of Tea Tephi and that of the first Jewish diaspora. The matriarch's name was Ceasair, which is cognate with "Kvasir" ("wise person of the sacred cauldron" mentioned in the Gothic Eddas). According to the Eddas, the matriarch of the Vans had a consort / son named Baldr, cognate with the "Balor of the evil eye", who was the champion of the Irish Feins. A later Irish hero was Fal, Fal's Hill being at the ancient capital Tara. Very significantly, Baldr, Balor and Fal were tribal champions, and all were possessors of a magic stone. In later Irish legends, Fal's Stone cried out during the coronation of Celtic monarchs; it is purportedly the coronation Stone of Scone.
In similar fashion, the legend of St. Bridget appears to have been derived from the tale of the matriarchal sorceress Frigg, the "Mother of the Wolf of Fen", 'Fen" being cognate with "Van". Frigg allegedly was the leader of a group of serpent cult priestesses known as "the Nine Maidens". Maiden Stone monoliths bearing serpent emblems are found in various parts of Britain.
According to my esteemed friend Mr. Credo Mutwa, the Sanusi and official historian of the Zulu Nation, ancient races were forbidden by their overlords to depict dragons, hence the adoption of serpents in lieu.
The Tuatha de Danaan were a later serpent-worshipping wave of Van immigrants, their champion "Lug" being the counterpart of "Loki" , a champion of the Vans who opposed the Goths, according to the Eddas. Both used a sling shot as a weapon.
The last known clans of the Vans in Ireland were known as the Fomorians, and in the Eddas as the "Baombur"; they were purportedly defended by dragons. The serpent-worshipping Fomorians were vanquished by the solar-worshipping army of Part-olon circa 400 B.C.. Part-olon was a Phoenician, who, according to ancient British chronicles, arrived in Ireland from the Mediterranean via Scotland ( a Hitto / Phoenic seal depicts their arch-deity Mikal defeating a winged dragon). A solar-oriented army defeating a serpent tribe is probably the origin of the fable in which St. Patrick rids Ireland of serpents, particularly since St. Patrick allegedly was in Ireland during the same century as Part-olon.
It should be self-evident from the above that the key elements of the Tea Tephi tale are to be found in the earlier occupation of Ireland by the Vans.
Let us now examine the biblical account of King David's reign. As I explained in my Israelite article, archaeological evidence reveals that the Old Testament appears primarily to be an historical fable concocted by the Levites either during, or shortly after their Babylonian captivity, in order to justify their establishment of a Judean theocracy. I believe the biblical account of King David's life to be largely apocryphal.
Deuteronomy claims that God commanded the Israelites to cross over the Jordan and dispossess "great cities fortified to heaven". What God is this? Is it the Yahu of the proto-Israelites, YHWH, or one of the Gods mentioned in textual inscriptions discovered in the Negev hill country and in Judean territory, such as Jehovah Terman and Jehovah Shomron? And what about Mrs. God? These inscriptions send blessings in the name of Jehovah and his Asherah! The inscriptions were written during the 8th. century B.C., which suggests that at the alleged era of David (10th. century B.C.) the kingdoms of Israel and Judea were not monotheistic, which contradicts the Bible.
During the 19th. century, German biblical scholars, led by Julian Wellhausen, challenged the infallibility of the Old Testament, claiming that its historicity was largely a fable concocted for theological reasons. American archaeologist William Albright, set out to prove the historical veracity of the Bible by conducting major digs during the 1920's, at such key biblical sites as Meggido and Jericho. In particular, Albright and his associates were determined to prove the veracity of Joshua's conquest of Canaanite cities and to seek evidence of the "united monarchy" of David, which the Bible describes as the pinnacle of Israel's military and economic power.
Alas for the efforts of Albright and numerous subsequent archeologists, the great fortified Canaanite cities that Joshua supposedly conquered revealed themselves to be very small and largely unfortified settlements, whose culture declined over a period lasting several centuries, demonstrative that Joshua's conquest of Canaan never occurred.
The major constructions supposedly established under Solomon's direction at Hazor and Meggido never became a reality. Only 7.5 acres was fortified at Hazor, while Meggido lacked a fortified wall. In actuality. these supposedly major cities were merely very minor settlements.
Hebron, a city which dates from the third millenium B.C., was allegedly King David's capital before his supposed capture of Jerusalem. Recent excavations at the site, located at Tel Runeida, led to the discovery of artifacts of the 8th. century B.C., but evidence of David's supposed capital city of the 10th. century is absent. Moreover, the site occupies an area of less than eight acres. Even if 10th. century evidence is found at another part of the Tel, its area will still represent a minor settlement, not a significant city.
The same situation applies to Jerusalem (the City of David): despite numerous excavations which have been conducted in Jerusalem for more than a century, no structures dating from the period of David's united monarchy have been discovered. Joab, King David's general, supposedly gained entry to Jerusalem by climbing up a water shaft and surprising the city's Jebusite populace. Seeking verification of the tale, some biblical scholars claim that this particular water shaft was one discovered in 1867 by British explorer Charles Warren, The shaft in question is a very ancient natural karstic formation. Archaeologists Eli Shukron and Ronny Reich have recently stated that the upper end of the shaft was man-made after the time of David's reign; therefore it could not have been used by David's general to access the city.
Jerusalem's rich culture did not occur until after its northern rival Samaria was conquered in 722 B.C..Since no evidence of David's purported substantial cities, nor evidence of his united monarchy have been discovered despite extensive archaeological searches, it is apparent that if David ever existed at all, he was a very minor chieftan, not a monarch of substance. Even the story of David slaying Goliath is questionable, for not to be upstaged by David, David's nephew also killed a giant at Gath, according to 2 Samuel. Samuel also claims that a Bethlehemite by the name of Elhanan killed a giant named Goliath during a battle at Gath. 1 Chronicles would have us believe that Elhanan also killed yet another giant (Lahmi) who was Goliath's brother. War broke out again , this time at Gezer, and Sippai, a descendant of giants was slain by Sibbecai.
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