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About Eirhe Ahmon ( Djer Amon) Beloved of Amon, mac Miled

He was among the Sons of Miled who were the first Celts to come to Ireland, driving the Old Gods into the Otherworld, and founding the Milesian dynasty of Irish Kings

·conquered and settled in the northern half of the island and there his descendants are mainly to be found to this day, including the northern and southern Ui Neill, King of Meath and Ulster, the Ulaid, the Dal Riada (who later founded the kingdom of Scotland) and the Kings of Leinster

·may be the one called Djer Amon (Beloved of Amon), or Eirhe Amon by the Irish, whose son Eochaid, High King of Ireland, married Tamar Tephi, daughter of Zedekiah of Judah. The Egyptian reference came from his mother, a Princess of Egypt, sister to Psamtic II, who was titled Princess of Scythia, or the second Scota known to the Irish

1699 B.C. . ·arrived in Inis Elga (Ireland), with his brothers and their followers, aboard 35 ships in the year of the world 3500

1698 B.C. . ·succeeded his brother to rule his first year over Ireland

1698 B.C. . ·gave the province of Ulster to Emhear, son of Ir

1698 B.C. . ·gave the province of Munster to the four sons of EmhearFinn

1698 B.C. . ·gave the province of Connaught to Un and Eadan

1698 B.C. . ·gave the province of Leinster to Crimhthann Sciathbhel of the Damnonians

Attributes title 2nd Monarch of Ireland .1698-1683 BC

Other Notes: Heremon and his eldest brother Heber were, jointly, the first Milesian Monarchs of Ireland; they began to reign, A.M. 3,500, or, Before Christ, 1699. After Heber was slain, B.C. 1698, Heremon reigned singly for fourteen years; during which time a certain colony called by the Irish Cruithneaigh, in English -Cruthneans- or Picts, arrived in Ireland and requested Heremon to assign them a part of the country to settle in, which he refused; but, giving them as wives the widows of the Tuatha de-Danans, slain in battle, he sent them with a strong party of his own forces to conquer the country then called -Alba,- but now Scotland; conditionally, that they and their posterity should be tributary, to the Monarchs of Ireland. Heremon died, B.C. 1683, and was succeeded by three of his four sons, named Muimne,-The House of Hereman,- Luigne, and Laighean, who reigned jointly for three years, and were slain by their Heberian successors.

Further NOTES: The Irish chronologies, like many other ancient chronologies, use time spans that are GREATLY EXAGGERATED. That doesn’t mean that the characters mentioned never existed. For example, for a long time EGYPTIAN HISTORIANS ONLY HAD Manetho’s list of Pharaohs available to them as a reference. He was an Egyptian priest writing down the history of this ancient nation in Greek. It places the founding of Egypt with the Great Pyramid to about 6000 B.C. Modern archaeology, however, can pretty much narrow the dates down to about 2100 B.C. using all cross references and CUTTING OUT OVERLAPPING DATES. That does not make Manetho’s list less valuable as a source to Egyptian history.

O’Flaherty (one researcher in ancient Irish manuscripts), who carefully went over all the (Irish) chronology of the various reigns, reduces one monarch’s time, in the interval between OLLAM and the ruler Cimboath, from 150 to 21 years!

MORE NOTES:There are many conflicting opinions about who Ollamh Fodhla was and the controversy results from wrong assumptions made because of dates that have been purposely made to seem to be in conflict.Under the latin dating-system (A.M.), presumably created by the latin catholic church, there are historical accounts of Ollamh Fodhla existing hundreds of years before the known Biblical dates of Jeremiah the Bible Prophet. The latin dating of Ollamh Fodhla is calculated from the Creation which they date as being 5199 B.C. and they state that in 1828 BC (really c. 633 B.C.) Eochaidh -Ollothair- (all-father) mac Duach, the Daighda, became high-king.The Bible states that The Creation was in 4004 B.C. and that Jeremiah left Jerusalem with Zedekiah's daughter - Tea Tephi; the -Stone of Destiny- and The Ark of The Covenant in c. 588 B.C. The date of Ollamh Fodhla's death is recorded, cut in stone, inside Cairn T, as being the 21st of Sept. in 581 B.C. British, Irish and Scottish records of the Stone of Destiny locate it at Tara, Ireland in circa 500 B.C. and that Eochaidh, the Daighda, married Teia Tephi.Ollamh Fodhla is reported to have been a king who ruled Ireland for 40 years under just Laws. Jeremiah brought The Torah to Ireland and taught Eochaidh -Ollothair- to administer it from Tara and so Eochaidh inherited the title -Ollamh Fodhla from Jeremiah, his teacher, upon his death. Their living at the same time and one continuing the other's work, led to them being confused, as being the same person, in the minds of history students.The incorrect latin dating favoured by many catholic historians, some of whom were priests, and by like-minded archaeologists; most of whom like to contradict God and the Holy Bible; has led to this unnecessary confusion and it has been done purposely to hide the Truth that the Irish people are Israelites.


External evidence from non Irish sources, historically compared with ancient Irish pedigree internal evidence, eliminates earlier biblical connections and alters the given chronological framework, as follows, beginning with: LAMHFIONN, born circa 955 B.C. Heber GLUNFIONN, born circa 930 B.C. Agnan FIONN, born circa 905 B.C. Febric GLAS, born circa 870 B.C. NENUALL, born circa 845 B.C. NUADADH(NUADHAD), born circa 820 B.C. [Carthage founded ca. 814/813 B.C.; also approximates "His posterity continued there to the eighth generation; and were kings or chief rulers there for one hundred and fifty years"] ALLADH, born circa 795 B.C. ARCADH(AREADH}, born circa 770 B.C. DEAG(H), born circa 745 B.C. BRATH, born circa 720 B.C. (Brigus) BREOGHAN, born circa 695 B.C. BILE, born circa 670 B.C. (Galamh) MILESIUS, born circa 645 B.C. HEREMON, born circa 620 B.C.

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