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Descendants from the tribe of Judah are quite visible to the world today, due mainly to the fact that they have remained faithful to keeping the Sabbath (Exodus 31:16-17). Jacob foretold that his "hand shall be on the neck of your enemies" (Genesis 49:8). The military skill of these people of the modern state of Israel in resisting the attacks of their Arab neighbors has been quite remarkable. This branch of Jacob has always had a reputation for producing great intellects (e.g., Einstein) as well as being skillful warriors.
The Judite's in the state of Israel and the Scottish (many of whom descend from Judah) have a reputation as great warriors and inventors. The Judite's and Scots also share the common trait of being known for being financially shrewd. 2 In Zephaniah 2:1-2 there appears to be a reference to the return of these people to the land of Palestine that we have seen in recent decades. Jesus' prophecy of the abomination of desolation (Matthew 24:15) requires an Israelite presence in Palestine in the end time.
A significant number of this tribe migrated into Europe with the other tribes. The Jutes gave the name of Jutland to the Danish peninsula. Many from this ancient tribe can also be found in Denmark, Scotland, south England, Northern Ireland as well as the United States.
Judah’s brother Dan was described as "a serpent by the way" (Genesis 49:17) or a serpent's trail. These conquerors had a custom of naming places after their tribal ancestor Dan (Joshua 19:47, Judges 18:11-12).
They left their mark on Europe as they migrated across it. We see this in the names of many of Europe's important rivers such as the Don, Dnieper, Dniester, Dardanelles and the Danube. Keating's History of Ireland traces the Tuatha de Danaan (literally "the tribe of Dan") from Greece to Ireland and Scandinavia. Both ScanDINavia and SweDEN bear the name of Dan. The name of Dan occurs frequently in Ireland in place names such as Donegal, Danslaugh, Dungarvan, Dundalk, Dungloe, Dunsmore as well as the popular Irish song "Danny Boy".
Dan migrated to Ireland and, along with people descended from the Jutes (Judah), form the bulk of the nation of Denmark (DANmark). "Dan shall be a serpent by the way, a viper by the path, that bites the horse's heels, so that its rider shall fall backward" (Genesis 49:17) Jacob also said that Dan would be a judge over his own people (Genesis 49:18). Ireland has been like a serpent biting at the heels to England. Ireland achieved self-government from British rule via a terrorist campaign against representatives of the British government. A coiled snake is also the symbol of the Irish Republican Army.
And the children of Dan set up the graven image: and Jonathan, the son of Gershom, the son of Manasseh, he and his sons were priests to the tribe of Dan until the day of the captivity of the land. - Judges 18:30 In those days there was no king in Israel, but every man did that which was right in his own eyes. - Judges 17:6 The pagan people of Dan set out conquering land throughout the Steppes of Russia and throughout Europe. One illustrious region of importance conquered by Dan was the Greek island of Zakynthos.
The island of Zakynthos is steeped in history dating back to before records began. Zakynthos even plays a part in ancient Greek mythology and is mentioned in the oldest western texts ever discovered. Zante was said to have originally been called Hyrie and was so renamed after the first settler; Zakynthos, Son of King Dardanus. The beautiful island has been conquered and changed hands many times over the years due to its luscious resources and strategic location in the Mediterranean. Long before there were human settlers, Hyrie was the Paradise of the mythological gods. Enchanted by the beauty of the Island, twins Artemis and Apollo were known to love it here.
The various royal houses of English history -- the Saxons, Danes, Normans, Tudors, Stuarts, Plantagenets, Hanoverians, Saxe-Coburgs, all lines blended and fused with Scottish royalty to form the modern House of Windsor -- trace their bloodlines back to a common ancestor.
Indeed, the various monarchs of Europe, as attested to in the medieval Viking sagas and histories, the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and pedigree after pedigree of every European royal lineage, are all traced back to the same person. To the Germans he was known as Votan. To the Anglo-Saxons Woden. To the Norse and other Scandinavians, he was known by the name by which he is still commonly referred to today -- Odin. Yet Odin is, of course, the chief god of the Teutonic pantheon known as the Aesir, who lived at the supposedly mythical Valhalla ("Hall of the Chosen") in Asgard -- considered the Norse version of "heaven."
Odin was a king who lived around Azov before being driven out by the Romans and taking his followers to Sweden. Ancient metal belt holders, rings and armbands dating from 100-200 AD found in excavations around the mouth of the Don River were almost identical to Viking equivalents found in Gotland, Sweden, some 800 years later. In ancient times, people treated Gods and Kings as one and the same thing. Many people of ancient Greece and western Turkey were of the Israelite tribe of Dan.
In the two Babylon's, compiled by Alexander Hislop, the author tells us that "from the researches of Humboldt we find that the Mexicans celebrated Wodan as the founder of their race, just as our own ancestors did. The Odin of Scandinavia can be proven to be the same as the Wodan of Mexico..." Continues Hislop: "...The fact that that name had been borne by some illustrious hero among the supposed ancestors of the Mexican race, is put beyond all doubt by the singular circumstance that the Mexicans had one of their days called Odansday, exactly as the Scandinavians."
The Mayas claim that their kingdom was founded by a great eastern ruler named Oden or Votan or Dan by some of their tribes. And according to legend he was a white man who came by sea from the east, bringing an infusion of new people to their land - ten centuries before the time of Christ, notes the historian Ordonez! This Votan -- who was also worshipped as a god -- was famous for having himself journeyed to a land where a great temple was being built.
Do we have a king in Europe, living at the time Solomon's temple was being built (around 1000 B.C.), Who had dominion over the seas, who was worshipped as a god, and whose name sounded like Votan? Yes - Wodan or Odin, king of Denmark from 1040-999 B.C. He was worshipped later as a great god. Scandinavian literature is replete with accounts of his distant journeys which took him away from his homeland for many months, sometimes years.
Odin often appears with two other gods, either his brothers Vili and Ve or Loki and Hoenir. Apollo is the odd one out here, literally, since he never appears as anything but a singular god. In the interpretatio romana Celtic gods associated with the arts were compared to Apollo. Among his many skills he could play the harp and sing, and one of his names was Ildánach (“skilled in many arts”). Odin, too, is the god of poets, having gone to considerable trouble to get the mead of poetry.
And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon. Revelation 9:11
Apollo, the God of Light and Music; represented as a sun god, was courageous and strong. He was famed for being tall and handsome and for his many acts of bravery. It is said that he had once slain a dragon which had plagued the religious center of Delphi.
Apollo was also known for his love of women and it is said that Apollo used his charm to seduce nymphs and maidens by the hundred. One such maiden, Daphne, wished to save her virtues and was so horrified by the attentions of Apollo that she begged her father to turn her into a tree. A little over the top perhaps, but effective! Apollo’s twin was his sister Artemis.
Artemis was the Goddess of the Moon and the Hunt. Unlike Apollo, Artemis valued her virtue and begged Zeus to allow her to remain unmarried. She spent her time wandering the forests with deer and the other wild fauna. Artemis was known to be a pleasant young lady although like most women; she did have a temper that was to prove the downfall of a young man named Actaeon.
While out hunting, Actaeon had chanced upon the naked Artemis bathing in a pool deep in the forest. To prevent Actaeon from telling what he had seen, Artemis turned the young man into a stag. When he caught a glimpse of his reflection in the water he ran away. This caused his very own hounds to chase him down and tear him to pieces.
Also, despite her virginity, Artemis is often depicted as a symbol of fertility among the pagan and is seen as the protector of women during childbirth.
Generally considered the oldest literature ever discovered, Zakynthos is mentioned in the texts written by ancient Greek storyteller Homer. There is still much discussion about the true age of the papyrus text.
In Greek mythology, Hyrie was renamed after the island founder Zakynthos who was the son of legendary Arcadian King Dardanus.
Zerah ben Judah and Electra; the granddaughter of Tubal-Cain, were married in a religious ceremony in Crete. They had a son named Dardanus. Dardanus was born in 1710 BC in Canaan. He died in 1610 BC.
It is said that Dardanus brought his fleet from the city of Psofisa and made his way to the island and founded this Greek Acropolis. Legend says that Zakynthos made coins and symbols of the island. The symbols and imagery were of himself holding a snake as according to these legends, he had rid the island of all its snakes.
Dan shall be a serpent by the way, an adder in the path, that biteth the horse heels, so that his rider shall fall backward. Genesis 49:17
Zakynthos as it was now known was then conquered by Arkisios, the King of Kefalonia and then Ulysses, the King of Ithaca.
Ulysses now had Zakynthos and he took vessels from across his lands and headed into the War of Troy; quoted by Homer in the ancient text lliad. Zakynthos is also mentioned in the second of the ancient texts; the Odyssey; Homer mentions 20 nobles from Zakynthos among a total of 108 of Penelope’s suitors. In Odyssey, Homer also refers to a rebellion in the Ionian Islands that put an end to the power of Ulysses; and for the first time the Zakynthos’s had the right to a democratic government. To be free.
Zakynthos allied themselves with the Athenians during the Peloponnesian War 459 and 446BC. After the war, this alliance became very profitable for the Athenians as they used another of Zante's natural resources for their ships. At the bottom of the Keri Lake there is a naturally formed deposit of tar. This tar was the most effective agent of the time used to protect ships planking.
Perhaps, this is where the family of the Tribe of Dan became expert seafarers.
The land assigned to the tribe of Dan was in western Canaan. Noteworthy among the cities are Zorah, Eshtaol, Timnah, Ajalon, and Ekron, which is found in the cuneiform inscriptions as "Amḳarruna." On the north the territory of Dan ended opposite Joppa, the modern Jaffa. This territory, not very extensive originally, was soon diminished by its dangerous neighbors, the Philistines. It is not surprising, therefore, that the Danites had great difficulty in conquering the country that had been assigned to them.
Accordingly, they sent a deputation to find a district suitable for the reception of a part of the tribe. This was found in the vicinity of the city of Laish. Another indication that the tribe of Dan was harassed is found in the sentence in Judges 5:17 "Why did Dan remain in ships?". This probably had reference to the fact that members of the tribe of Dan had enlisted on the ships of the Phoenician's.
The distress of Dan increased when, toward the end of the period of the Israelitish judges, the Philistines, receiving reinforcements from their former home, endeavored to invade the middle territories of Canaan. Then help arose for Dan in the person of the hero Samson, whose work was brilliantly continued by Samuel, and then by David and other kings. This explains why the tribe of Dan is mentioned in the accounts of David, and Solomon, and in later times.
The later designation for the Canaanite city Laish or "Lesham." The city lay in a deep valley near Beth-rehob, on the northern frontier of Palestine, at the place where "men come to Hamath". According to Josephus, it was not far from the sources of the lesser Jordan, three or four Roman miles from Paneas.
In the Book of Enoch, it is said that "Dan lay south of the western side of Mt. Hermon." Originally inhabited by Canaanites, it was captured by a part of the tribe of Dan, whose territory in southwestern Palestine was invaded by the Philistines, and who named it after their tribal ancestor. The mention of the name of Dan as early as the time of Abraham and Moses is therefore anticipated by the later chronicler.
The place seems to be identical with Dan-jaan, which was situated east of the Lake of Gennesaret toward Sidon; and as this was the route on which Laish-Dan lay, it is probable that "Dan-jaan" is a corruption of" Dan-jaar" (Dan in the wood), and that this was merely an occasional designation of the city of Dan.
The place is often mentioned in the phrases "from Dan even to Beer-sheba" and "from Beer-sheba even to Dan" and is also mentioned as a northern frontier town of Palestine.
Dan is also referred to in connection with the ritual; according to Judges 18:31, a graven image stood there up to the time of the destruction of the sanctuary at Shiloh, which sanctuary is mentioned for the last time in I Samuel 4:12. Jeroboam I. set up at Dan one of the two golden calves which he intended as symbols for YHWH.
Many persons of the northern tribes of Israel, therefore, made pilgrimages to Dan; but the city soon fell into the hands of Israel's northern enemies. A hill near the valley in which lay the ancient city of Dan is to-day called "Tall al-Ḳaḍi"; otherwise, known as, "Hill of the Judge"—the name being, perhaps, a reminiscence of the name Dan = "judge."
Dan plays a peculiar role in rabbinical tradition. Owing to the fact that his name, as the name of a tribe, is connected with the blasphemer, and with the idolatry of northern Israel, while Samson, the judge of the tribe of Dan, proved faithless to his Nazirite, Dan came to be regarded as the black sheep of the house of Jacob.
His hatred of Joseph, because he brought to his father evil reports against the sons of Bilhah and Zilpah, induced him to plot against Joseph's life, and he advised the brothers to deceive their father by saying that they had found the coat of Joseph dipped in blood. Dan and Gad were in league with the crown prince of Egypt against Joseph and Asenath.
As early as the days of Moses the tribe of Dan worshiped idols, wherefore the pillar of cloud failed to protect it, and consequently Amalek smote Dan, who was the "hindmost" and "feeble" because "he feared not God". Being "the rearward of all the camps", Dan fell a victim to "the fire that devoured the uttermost part of the camp because of the idol which provoked the anger of the Lord".
It was also Dan's idolatry which induced Balaam to order altar and sacrifices for the defeat of Israel. Dan's idolatry restrained Abraham in his march against the Babylonian kings and appalled Moses in his vision of the future. The children of Dan taught their sons the idolatrous Amorite practices contained in the books hidden under Mount Abarim.
Jacob's blessing of Dan, in which he is compared to a serpent, is referred to Samson, and the serpent is said to have been made the emblem of the tribe on its standard.
But Dan became the very type of evil-doing. He was placed to the north, this being the region of darkness and evil, because of his idolatry which wrapped the world in darkness. Still further goes a tradition which identifies the serpent and the lion with Belial.
Other Church fathers believe that the Antichrist comes from the tribe of Dan, and base it on Jeremiah 8:16: "The snorting of his [the enemy's] horses was heard from Dan"—a verse referred to Dan's idolatry. It is noted that Dan is not mentioned in the Revelation 7:5-7 texts among the 144,000 saved ones of the twelve tribes. Nor is the omission of Dan in 1Chronicles 4 unintentional.
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:12_Tribes_of_Israel_Map.svg Land of Dan Image
Dardanus son of Zeus-Jupiter Image
The strait of Dardanelles Image
Kaeneus, son of Dardanus (449 BC-) was a Spartan hoplite who served in the Spartan military during the Peloponnesian War. In 418 BC, he fought at the Battle of Mantinea in Arcadia. Image
Yngvi Kings of Ancient Sweden & Viking Connections: Refugees of Trojan Royalty
(Source research from Richard Jordan)
Sktobius of Turkey - Year 0 - Refugee from Troy, descendent of Zachynthus, Son of Dardanus (1500 BC), born at Ancient Citadel at Psophis (Greece) who eventually moved to Iona Island
Lnor Frey - 30 - 80 AD – It is claimed by some that Saint Paul (Saul) visits this king
Vegnor Frey - 52 -125 AD - Turkey
King Inor Frey - 140 -202 AD
born in Troy - died in Ghowr, Afghanistan
King Bengori Frey - 177 AD -?
King Yngvi Odin - 215 AD -? -
married Freya, Lady of Wicca Stjatsesdotter (Ghowr, Afghanistan)
Created a Lasting Kingdom at Gamla Upsalla, Sweden after conquering the Germanic tribes on the long exodus from Turkey to Afghanistan to Sweden.
King Njord “The Rich” Yngvisson - 214 - 281 AD
King Erik I (Yngvi Frey) Njordsson - 256 - 326 AD
Fjolnir Yngvi Freysson - 256 - 312 AD
Svegdir Fjolnarsson - 277 - 333 AD
King Vanlandi Sveigthirsson av Skuttunge Svegdasson - 298 - 376 AD
King Visbur Vanlandasson - 319 - 381 AD
King Domaldi Visbursson - 340 - 431 AD
King Domar Domarsson - 361 - 452 AD
King Dyggvi “The Brave” - 382 - 473 AD * moved to Norway
King Dag “The Wise” - 394 - 494 AD
* Killed by Pitchfork in Vorvi, Reithgothaland at age 35
King Agni “The Powerful” - 429 - 459 AD
* hanged in a tree by his wife the Queen at age 30. * Brother of Frosti, King of Finland (402 - 428 AD) King Alrek “The Trembler” Agnasson - 445 - 536 AD
killed by his brother Eric with horse bridles in battle
King Yngvi II Alreksson - 466 - 492 AD
King Jorund Vngvasson - 487 - 548 AD
Aun “The Aged” Ani Jorundsson - 509 - 619 AD
King Egil Aunsson - 530 -555 AD
Ottar Vendilkraka Egilsson - 551 - 576 AD (moved to Denmark)
King Adils Ottarsson - 572 - 594 AD
*died from falling off his horse at age 24
EisteinOsten Adilsson - 594 - 620 AD
Ingvar Eysteinsson - 616 - 642 AD (moved to Estonia)
Braut Onund Ingvarsson - 660 -? AD (moved to Iceland)
Ingjald Braut Onundsson - 660 - 723 AD
Olaf Ingjaldsson - 682 - 710 AD (moved to Norway)
Halfdan Olafsson - 704 - 750 AD
Eystein Halfdansson - 736 - 780 AD?
Halfdan Eysteinsson - 736 - 780 AD?
Ivar Halfdansson - ?
Rognvald “The Wise” Eysteinsson Jarl of Orkney - 830 - 890 AD - Norway
Hrollager Ragnvaldsson -? — (moved to Iceland)
Rollo Thurstan Brico (BiGod) - 885 - 937 AD
Viking Raider created a Unified Lineage with the Princess of Old Paris to create the Dukes of Normandy, progenitors of many of the Royal Lines to follow.
Ansfred “The Dane” Hiesmer - 937 AD - ? - Normandy, France
Ansfred II O le Goz - 963 AD - ?
T. Viscount DeAvranches Le Goz - 989 - 1041 AD
Sir Goz Viscount de Avranches - 1025 AD - ? - friend and ally of William the Conqueror
Sir Adam Fortescue - 1050 - Normandy into Southern England
Radulphus Ralph Fortescue - 1105 - 1135 AD - England
Sir Richard Fortescue - 1130 AD -? – England
Rognvald Eysteinsson Jarl of More (Norway) and Orkney, originally from Northern Scotland “Rognavald the Wise” or “Rognavald the Powerful” -830 - 890 AD-
Either the brother (or another close relative) of King Harald Fairhair, the First King of Norway. Rognvald created the Norse Earldom of Orkney, one of his sons became a famous Earl of Orkney, and another son (or grandson) went on to Eternal Fame today known as the Viking Raider Rollo (possibly Hrolfr), who married the Princess of Old Paris.
Legend has it that Rognavald was granted the Earldom of the Islands of Orkney after accompanying King Harald (the 1st King of Norway) on a military expedition to rid the Isles of Shetland and Orkney of Viking Raiders. After a successful campaign, they then went on to raid the Viking strongholds in Scotland, the Isle of Man, and Ireland. After losing his son Ivar in battle, Rognvald was granted the Jarldom of Orkney as a kind of compensation for his loss. The nickname was given to Harald as “Fairhair” by Rognvald after he was finally allowed to cut his long hair, which Harald vowed to never cut until he was ruler of all Norway (which he achieved during the military campaign).
Rognvald then moved to Norway, giving control of the Orkney Islands to his brother Sigurd Eysteinsson, who had been the leading Viking Ship commander during the recent victorious battles. Sigurd soon died in a curious battle at Mael Brigte of Moray and his son Gurthorm took control of Orkney. He ruled for a single winter and died childless. Then Rognvald’s son Hallad took the title of Jarl (Earl) of Orkney, but after continuing raids by Danish Vikings he gave up after one year and retuned to Norway.
The Danish raids on Orkney caused Rognvald to fly into a rage and he summoned all of his remaining sons for council. As predicted, his son Thorir was busy in Norway and could not arrive, and his son Hrolluag (also as predicted) chose not to answer the call but to seek his fortunes in the wilderness of Iceland instead.
Only his youngest son Turf-Einar answered his call and arrived at his side. Rather than being happy at his arrival, Rognvald criticized Turf-Einar’s mother as having “slaves on both sides of her family” and thus he would never make a proper ruler, but he was welcome to try. In a twist of fate, Turf-Einar was able to defeat the raiding Danes at Orkney and create a lasting Dynasty on those islands that would endure for centuries to come.
Rognvald was finally killed by King Harald’s son Halfdan Halegg, who orchestrated a surprise attack surrounding the house where Rognvald was staying together with 60 of his men inside. They were all surrounded and burned alive by Halfdan and his men.
Through his son Hrolfr (who is either Rollo or Rollo’s father), Rognvald is the ancestor of the Dukes of Normandy to enter England with William the Conqueror. Through other sons, he became the Patriarch of many of the most important Icelandic families as well. Rognvald’s death was avenged by his youngest son (once again), the Hero Turf-Einar who followed the fleeing Halfdan across the western seas and killed him at North Ronaldsay. Turf-Einar then made peace with King Harald. Rognavald’s other son Thorir was made Jarl of More by Harald and offered his daughter Alof’s hand in marriage.
Rollo Thurstan Brico (BiGod)- 885 - 937 AD - born in Maer, Nord-Trondelag, Norway
Hrolf Thurstan (Rollo) "Rollo, Thurstan" de Normandie formerly More aka of More, of Heidmark.
His father was Hrollager (Hrollaug) of Iceland Ragnvaldsson
born around 854 AD in Maer, Norway. His mother was Emina who was married to Hrollager in 884 AD. Rollo married the Princess Gerlotte de Blois, who was
born in 913 AD in Tillieres, Normandy, France. His son is Ansfred I " the Dane" Rollosson Count of Hiesmer born about 937 AD in Tillieres, Normandy, France, and died sometime after 973 AD. His second son is Rollo Rollosson (William Longsword?) born about 940-50 in Normandie, France.
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