Tag: culdees

Culdee / Spouses of God Prophecy: Céilí Dé meaning Spouse of God

Céilí Dé or Céli Dé means “spouse of God” or “companion of God” in ancient Celtic / Irish. Jowett maintained in his book “Drama of the Lost Disciples” that for […]

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 […]

Triads of Wales – OCC E-Book Library Content

Herein you may find the English text of the Triads of Wales. (You may also find a copy of the more detailed “Ancient laws of Cambria” (book online in PDF) […]

“British Israelism” Teaching in All Generations of Christendom

A study of the Celtic church shows a lot of proof of the continuity of the Celto-Saxon Israel doctrine. Pastor Dan Gayman of COI gave a great sermon on this […]

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 […]

The Jerusalem Church Moved To Britain, and the Apostolic See of Glastonbury, later called the “Second Rome”. Many 1st-2nd Century British Saints attest to this, see attached PDF of Saints

Succession of the Jersalem Bishops and Church.  A study from the Priory of Salem Institute of Theology Many people are unaware of how much authority Saint Joseph (Christ’s uncle, the […]

Numerous Ancient Manuscripts Confirming St. Joseph (of the Sanhedrin) Founded the British Hebrew Priesthood at Glastonbury in 36AD

 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. […]

The last Orthodox King of England Harold Godwinson

Many have read about the Orthodox history, and our Culdee roots preserved through Orthodox Bishops both in England, within Visigothic, Waldensian, Ostrogothic and other branches who refused to join with […]