Sunday, May 29, 2011

O'Cuilleain (O’Collins) and the Hyksos


 O'Cuilleain (O’Collins) and the Hyksos

The Royal descendents of Ebla, the Feara Cualann (“Holy Men”) focused for the next few generations and several hundred years on protecting their new home Ibbi-Éri (or Éri for short) and building their trading city Eblana and trading network across the Mediterranean.

By 2000 BCE they became known across the ancient world as the Ibiru (“from the Island of Ibbi”) and the most wealthy and important miners and traders of precious metals such as tin-bronze, gold and silver.

While Ireland was a world away from the Levant (Middle East), it provided some significant advantages. Firstly, the Ibiru/Feara Cualann at the time had no natural enemies, nor force capable of navigating the sometime treacherous journey to Ireland, let alone anyone capable of assembly such a logistical feat.

Secondly, it allowed the Ibiru/Feara Cualann to focus on the accumulation of knowledge, on invention and technology.

While Ireland since then has been deliberately demolished and stripped back to the Stone Age of all trace of these ancient King/Gods by waves of Christian destruction, 4,000 years ago, Ireland must have been an amazing centre for learning.

The fight back to the Levant

Evidence after the decline of Akkadian Empire and the brief rise of Amorites indicates the hand in some way or another of the Ibiru in providing good quality Bronze and assistance. Possibly, this might had been out of a sense of revenge for the destruction of their ancient city.

By 1850 BCE, the Ibiru, now known as the Hibiru (from which the word “Hebrew” originates) had accumulated historic knowledge and inventions such as road building, the heavy cart, the light-weight chariot as well as new kinds of weapons such as the composite bow. 

About this time, a repopulation of Ebla and its rapid rebuilding to an important and major occurs until 1650 BCE. What is clear concerning this rebuild of Ebla, its rise again to prominence as well as its capacity to defend itself for nearly 200 years in the most hostile quarters of the ancient world is that the Hibiru had left their base in Ireland and returned to Syria to their original homeland.

Given the strategic and now emotional importance of Ireland as their “second home”, it is probable that some of the Hibiru /Feara Cualann remained to manage ongoing mining and operations.

At the same time, Disapora from the first Ebla had established themselves as influential Egyptian Priests and provincial rulers. Contrary to the some ancient historians claiming great battles, there is evidence that the Hibiru or Hyksos (“foreigner in Egyptian”) were granted the settlement of Zion on the Red Sea as a major trade centre.

However, a major economic crisis occurred around the Anatolian region of Turkey around the end of the 17th Century BCE in which its resources of readily available copper began to dry up. This not only caused a squeeze on the demand for Bronze, it also put the Hibiru in a powerful position to dictate prices for a period.

The result was a wholesale pillage across the ancient world of Bronze artifacts for weapons. The net result of this crisis and the desperation of the ancient inhabitants of the Anatolian peninsula, the Hittites, they raided and destroyed Ebla for the second and final time around 1650 BCE.

The Hyksos Kings

The Hibiru escaped the carnage and destruction of their city for the second time and now found themselves still with their fleet of ships, a large number of refugees and a fair number of their military resources intact.

While the most senior members of the Royal family of the Hibiru retreated to their second home in Ireland, a significant force arrived at Avaris and proceeded to encamp themselves a new military force in Egypt.

The Thebian Diaspora seemed to support their kin and the Hyksos gained much ground eventually ruling Egypt from 1648-1540 BCE. They built a famous channel linking the Red Sea with the River Nile from Zion Westward to Cairo. 

However, upon their defeat, the most important royal lines of now the Egyptian pharaohs intermixed with the royal lines of the Kings of Ebla, of the Old Testament returned to their homeland Hiberni (Ireland).

Upon their return they commenced on modifying the ancient Neolithic site known as Tara as their new seat of power naming it Ath Cliath i Cualu, after the district of Cualann. 

With them, they brought the most ancient and most sacred artefacts of Egypt including the Great ancient Marble Throne of Pharoah and the Ark of Amen-Ra. This became the throne upon which the High Kings of Ireland would rule until around 450 CE.

The remaining Hyksos left North Africa and returned to their most ancient homelands and took Ugarit as their new capital and ruling it as the new kings from 1535 to 1340 BCE. During this period, through the powerful influences of the Amorites, the Hittites and Assyrians, the Hyksos adopt many of their occult and pagan practices as well as trade and craft skills to become the Phoenicians.

See: Chapter 10 of the Lebor Clann Glas (Book of the Green Race) for an Epic Poem about the Hyksos Kings.

Akhenaten, the real Moses

There is one more historic and vital bloodline which found its way back to Ireland and its ancestry in the form of Pharaoh Akhenaten (reign around 1352-1336 BCE), technically the last of the Hyksos, the Hebrew Pharaohs to rule Egypt.

The uncle of Akhenaten was the famous Hibiru, Yuya, the only non-official Pharoah to be buried in the Valley of the Kings. Yuya is depicted in the Bible as Jacob. The father of Akhenaten, Amenhotep III married Tiye, the daughter of Yuya (Jacob) and made her Chief Queen.

This is significant, for the ancient Egyptians were obsessive about preserving the strength of their bloodlines. Of the many dozens of Pharoahs, there are but a small handful of examples where the Pharoah permitted a marriage outside of royal bloodlines. It is why they intermarried between children from different wives, not because they were incestuous, but because they did not want to dilute their royal blood.

Yuya therefore is most certainly of the bloodline of the Ui Cualann, the holy bloodline of the Kings of Ebla, the ancient Kings of Ireland and the Hyksos Pharoahs of Egypt. There is no other reason why the Egyptian Pharaohs would permit such an intermingling with their own bloodlines. 

It is why the lie spread by the priests of Amen in Thebes against Nefertiti when she ruled briefly on her own as Smenkhkare that she called for a Hittite prince to marry was considered so terrible by the noble families and officials at the time.

Yet what is extraordinary concerning the rule of Akhenaten and his father is that they retained in their royal title the name "Shepherd Kings" meaning they continued the line of the Hyksos.

What this means is that in terms of the Priests of Amen-Ra and indeed the Pharaohs, the claim that the Hyksos were "driven out" as early as the 16th Century BCE need to be reconsidered.

The last bloodline of ancient Egyptian Pharoahs

Akhenaten was not the eldest son of Amenhotep III, but the second son. The eldest and crown prince was Tuthmoses (Tuthmose V). Moses is an Egyptian name-element meaning "-gave birth to him" or "-formed him". 

He served for a time as a priest of Ptah in ancient Memphis, and had the full titles of Crown Prince, Overseer of the Priests of Upper and Lower Egypt, High Priest of Ptah at Memphis and Sm-priest of Ptah. In Biblical terms, he is Aaron, while his brother is Moses.

No sensible reason has ever been given as to why he was never made Pharaoh first, nor of how, or where he died, nor of where he was buried.

His name suggests he was not part of the heretical religious changes of his younger brother, yet in bloodline he remained a half ancient Egyptian Pharoah and half Hyksos.

This makes the blood of both Akhenaten and Tuthmoses of particular importance for they represent at least four great bloodlines mixed into one- the ancient Kings of Ebla, the ancient Hebrew Kings of Ireland, the Hyksos Kings of Egypt and the Levant and the most ancient bloodline of the traditional Egyptian Pharaohs.

What is known is that prior to the departure of Akhenaten from Egypt the first time during the great plagues, he sent his fourth daughter Neferneferuaten Tasherit, his mother Queen Tiye, his brother Tuthmoses and some key artifacts and documents of the royal court on a ship back to Hibiru (Ireland) to the ancient second homeland of the Hibiru/Hyksos.

So from 1350 BCE onwards, the last bloodline of the most ancient Pharoahs of Egypt joined the other bloodlines of the Great Kings through the Ui Cualann (O'Cuilleain), the holy bloodlines in one family line: the ancient Kings of Ebla, the ancient Hebrew Kings of Ireland, the Hyksos Kings of Egypt and the Levant and the most ancient bloodline of the traditional Egyptian Pharaohs.

For a powerful epic poem concerning the rise of Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti, see Chapter 11 of the Lebor Clann Glas (Book of the Green Race)

Akhenaten, Ugarit and the future seeds of destruction of Ireland

After the return of Akhenaten for the second time to seize back the title of Pharoah, his forces were defeated and he was finally forced into permanent exile, choosing the city of Ugarit, his ancient Hyksos relatives around 1340 BCE.

However, Akhenaten did not tolerate their newly acquired occult and pagan rituals concerning the worship of Baal, of child sacrifice and blood/orgy rituals. He exiled the entire nobles, rather than having them executed.

These exiled Phoenician became the founding colonies of many of the great Empires of the ancient and modern world, bitter enemies of both Akhenaten and their Hibiru ancestor kings who disowned them.

They became the founding colonies of what was to become Rome, of what was to become Greece. Their fellow exiles captured Jerusalem and became Kings. They became known as the Israelites, or the Jews.

In a display of just how twisted Irish folklore has become over the ages, the first group to actually attack Ireland in its history was a group of these exiled Phoenicians of Hibiru descent around 1335 BCE famously known as Tuatha Dé Danaan. They were driven back, but held onto an outpost in the North of Ireland and from that point on did continue to fight their own ancestors until unity was regained around 590 BCE with the arrival of Jeremiah and the last bloodline of the Kings of Judah.

In all Irish history, it is written in reverse, that the Tuatha Dé Danaan were the original inhabitants of Ireland and the Milesian (Ebla descendents) attacked them. This is because the descendents of the Tuatha Dé Danaan occultists and pagans, did eventually take Ireland and re-wrote history to suit themselves.

The O'Cuilleain (O’Collins) are therefore direct and proper descendents of the ancient Kings of Ebla, the ancient Hebrew Kings of Ireland, the Hyksos Kings of Egypt and the Levant and the most ancient bloodline of the traditional Egyptian Pharaohs.

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