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John 4:46-54 48 "Unless you people see miraculous signs and wonders," Jesus told him, "you will never believe."
when i found this stone in the garbage – i took it home and repainted it – i placed it in my back pack and took it to Church one Sunday – i after service presented it before the Alter, and the stained glass window above the candle sticks on the alter – much like i did one day, with the white stone of Revelation 2:17 – i then returned home – and it was fine – the next day i went to take it out of the back pack and found it broken into three pieces, yet no one had touched it, nor was it in a position for any thing to fall on it – i was perplexed i guess you could say, if that be the right word, as to it’s breaking for some time, but then it came to me, a new pillow stone possibly ? for the Stone of Revelation 2:17 crowns me King as well as other things, as it is written – unfortunately i do not have a picture of it before it broke, that i have been able to locate at this time – it is presently with the Trike – and other objects related
Stone of Jacob - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Some Scottish legends surrounding the Stone of Scone, traditionally used for coronations of Scottish kings in the High Middle Ages, have identified this stone with the Stone of Jacob. Supposedly the Stone of Jacob was brought to Ireland by the prophet Jeremiah and from thence to Scotland. These legends also feature prominently in British Israelism, a set of beliefs that consider the British monarchy as the legitimate heir to the ancient Israelites. From 1308 to 1996, the Stone of Scone – identified with the Stone of Jacob – rested in the Royal throne of England at Westminster. also known as the stone of destiny
Pilgrimage Information — Hereford Cathedral Thomas Cantilupe was born in 1218 of noble birth.
The Real History Behind The Templars Another nephew, Arnaud deCantiloup, became archbishop of Bordeaux. …… with the story of Joseph of Arimathea, who provided the tomb for Jesus. .. The Cantillons came to Ireland with William the Conqueror. Their ancestry can be traced through the Norman’s back to the Danes. But like all the settlers of this time, they intermarried and settled into the Irish way of life. They built the first castle in Ballyheigue (not in the same place as the present one) and Thadhg Cantillon gave Ballyheigue (Baile Uí Thaidhg) it’s name w1.7.3a – there was one who would fill the place at the “table of Joseph”, Jeremiah In Ireland " This royal party “ included the son of the king of Ireland who had been in Jerusalem at the time of the siege — i think I’m part of the Royal party, and of a Nobel blood line w3.1.1c = 1.6.3 Cantilupe – Cantiloup – Canteloupe, – Cantillon – Cantlon