Tag: celtic church history

King Gregor, Founder of the MacGregor’s Clan, Protector of the Culdees

Giric, King of Scots, of Northern Pictland, Fortune (AKA King Gregor, or “Gregory the Great”) Mural at Edinburg Castle (1 of 2 depicting Eochaid and Giric at the center) Royal Protector of the Culdees, Founder of the Pictish Clan Dynasty of the MacGregors Giric or Gregor mac Dungal was crowned as King of the Scots […]

A. D. 906. Special Mission of Scotland – Synod of Scone – A Tenth Century Reformation.

A most telling Chapter on the role the Culdees played in all churches of North West Europe. HISTORY OF THE SCOTTISH NATION by J.A. Wylie VOLUME 3 CHAPTER 6 A. D. 906. SPECIAL MISSION OF SCOTLAND- SYNOD OF SCONE- A TENTH CENTURY REFORMATION. GOING aside from the noise of battles, let us withdraw for a brief space into […]

Affinity Between the Hebrew and Celtic Languages (AKA Races)

The booklet was dedicated to the Queen’s chief medical officer, and Director General of the Medical department for the Navy, with this letter. A great area of physiological study being the facts that we refer to races and groups of people by their language. On first check he discovered 450 words in Hebrew have the […]

On “Ireland and the Celtic Church” by George T. Stokes, D.D., M.R.I.A, University of Dublin

“Ireland and the Celtic Church” by Dr Stokes is an eye opening account of the Culdees’ history, religion, and tradition. It is not comprehensive, such as others which covered the Calendar, but it brings out many interesting aspects of the Celtic tradition. A point with which we disagree on the author is the dating of […]

“Tamar Tephi: or the Maid of Destiny.” The great romance of the Royal House of Britain by J Dunham-Massey with notes by J J Pearson (1924)

Jeremiah, Ireland, the Stone of Scone, and the English Kings …   Tamar Tephi: or The Maid of Destiny. The Great Romance of the Royal House of Britain. BY JOHN DUNHAM-MASSEY, A.M.Inst.C.E. WITH NOTES BY JOHN J. PEARSON. Second and Revised Edition. London: THE COVENANT PUBLISHING CO, LTD. 1924. “Truth is oft-times stranger than fiction.” […]

Irish Saints in Great Britain, more knowledge on the Culdees

Irish Saints in Great Britain. A great portion of the Orthodox Church of the Culdees is comprised of the well known Irish Saints. So our libraries would not be complete without several volumes on the topic. Download or Read the full PDF “Irish Saints in Britain”. Freely read it on our website. Let us know […]

JUDAH’S SCEPTRE AND JOSEPH’S BIRTHRIGHT pt7

JUDAH’S SCEPTRE AND JOSEPH’S BIRTHRIGHT #7 by Allen (1917) CHAPTER VII. EPHRAIM-SAMARIA-ISRAEL’S IDOLATRY “When I would have healed Israel, then the iniquity of Ephraim was discovered, and the wickedness of Samaria, for they commit falsehood.” (Hosea 7:1.) Here the names of Israel, Ephraim, and Samaria, are used interchangeably for the one kingdom. It bears the […]

The New Name For True Israelites, the Ethnic and Cultural Name “Christian”.

This short study by no means goes into the age old subject of Christendom being the Israel of the Bible and History. We have thousands of books who go into that study in detail. See our Bookshop for that. A short study showing the name Christian is the new name for the true Israelites and […]

Short History of the Orthodox Church of the Culdees, and Our Reestablishment

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 […]

The Historic Celtic Church and Today’s Orthodox Church of the Culdees

Dr Wylie In his “History of Scotland” said:  “It was the Culdee lamp that burned at Constance,at Basle, at Ypres, at Worms and Mainz. Boniface, the emissary ofRome, came afterwards to put out these lights. The real apostleof the provinces was the Culdee Church.”   The subject of Celtic Church itself is a vast area […]