Schlagwort: Joseph von Arimathäa

A Few “Separatist Culdee” Books on 2nd Century St Elfanus and his King Lucius

Numerous scholars have highlighted the push-back of the Celtic church against Rome. The Irish Primate / Bishop Ussher also wrote well on this topic in the 17th Century (which was also recognized in the era King Charles the Martyr restored the office of the Culdees as direct successors of the schools established by St Patrick). […]

1st Century Irish Druids Incorporated Hebrew Christianity at Glastonbury Under Direction of the King of Ulster

In the 1922 Cambridge printed book titled, “St. Joseph at Arimathea at Glastonbury” written by the Vicar of Glastonbury, Reverend Smithett Lewis, it says that as early as 48 AD Conor Macnessa, the King of Ulster sent all of his druidic priests to the Isle of Avalon on a special mission to write down all […]

Drama of Lost Disciples, Jesus’ Disciples to Britain #1 – Page One

Drama of the Lost Disciples (Jesus’ Disciples) to Britain #1 PDF Book version: or Download “Drama of the Lost Disciples” by Jowett to read the pdf offline. Below is the text only version   The Introduction Drama of Lost Disciples #2 – Part 2 Drama of Lost Disciples #3 – Part 3 THE DRAMA OF […]

Die Jerusalemer Kirche zog nach Großbritannien und der Apostolische Stuhl von Glastonbury, später das „zweite Rom“ genannt. Viele britische Heilige des 1. bis 2. Jahrhunderts bestätigen dies, siehe beigefügtes PDF der Heiligen

Nachfolge der Bischöfe und der Kirche von Jersalem. Eine Studie aus dem Priorat des Salem Institute of Theology Viele Menschen wissen nicht, wie viel Autorität der heilige Josef (der Onkel Christi, der Arzt des Sanhedrin) hatte. Er wurde weithin als der am besten geeignete Erbe des Throns und der Krone von König David anerkannt. Viele dachten er […]

Ehrung von St. Gallen und St. Othmar in der orthodoxen Kirche der Culdees

In tradition of the high Franko-Gothic Nobles, the Monastic Rule of Saint Columbanus(the Irish Culdee Missionary), was continuously promulgated in the farthest corners of the Germanic Empire. At the early foundation, with the Kings of the Carolingian Empire, these great Celtic schools became the bedrock of our civilization. The Irish illuminated literature and highest schools […]

Zahlreiche alte Manuskripte, die den heiligen Josef (vom Sanhedrin) bestätigen, gründeten 36 n. Chr. Das britische hebräische Priestertum in Glastonbury

 These days it has become popular, and the google ranking system seems to prefer these “new” sources who have agendas to ignore the older authentic records of Joseph at Glastonbury. There are now mostly authors that ignore the 1st-4th Century writings that were the original sources for the later historians they attack as being only […]

Wiederherstellung der keltischen Botschaft, Phase 1 „Wiederherstellung der British Israel Library“

FONDS UNSERE CHARITABLE URSACHE. Das OCC sammelt Mittel für Phase 1 von 3, um die keltische Botschaft (Glastonbury) wiederherzustellen. Dies ist der beste Schutz für die keltischen Minderheiten und diejenigen mit gemeinsamer christlicher kultureller Herkunft. Bis zur Zeit Heinrichs VIII. Wurde Glastonbury als ziviler und religiöser Ort von […]

Kurze Geschichte der orthodoxen Kirche der Culdees und unserer Wiederherstellung

Short History of the Orthodox Church of the Culdees – TABLE OF CONTENTS – – Short Definition of Culdee –  – The First Century Church – – Numerous British 1st-5th Century Saints – – British Israelites – – Triumphant Christian Israelites – – Orthodox and Israelite Liturgies – – Archbishops and Patriarchs – – Charters […]

Die Culdees waren die ersten Christen, "Drama der verlorenen Jünger" von George F. Jowett

“THE DRAMA OF THE LOST DISCIPLES” is a classic of British Israelism, and a rare book. You can read samples of this book (or check all of it online, as many various sites presently host it). We recommend those who like the book to purchase it from Artisan Publishers, “Drama of the Lost Disciples”, or […]