This people Twathy de Danann (DAN) were most notable Magisians (Magicians) and would work wonderful things thereby ; when they pleased, they would they would trouble Both sea and Land, darken Both sun and Moon at their pleasures. They did frame a great broad stone which they called Lya Fail , or the stone of Ireland, by their art and placed the same at Tarragh, which by Enchantment had this property : when anyone was borne to whom to be a King of Ireland was predestinated, as soon as the party soe Borne stood upon this stone forthwith the stone would give such a shouting noise that it was heard from sea to sea, throughout the whole Kingdom, which presently would satisfy the party standing on the stone,These Twathy de Danan ruled in Ireland for the space of 197 years, under the Government of 9 Kings, During which time there Governed in Assiria seven Emperors or Monarchs,-So, where is the stone of Destiny and the Ark? All Road leads to the Vatican
"The Eagles and the Carcass" (pp. 37 and 38) remarks: "Meanwhile the Ark of the Covenant rests in its hiding place in Ireland until the time comes for its restoration, which will be when 'The Times of the Gentiles are fulfilled.' Some years ago, when Balfour was Prime minister, he was asked in the House of Commons to grant permission for search to be made for the Ark in the Hill of Tara, in which, tradition said, it was concealed. For some reason not given, this request was refused. The time had not arrived"
Tamar Tephi - the eldest daughter of Zedekiah, and, after her father's deposition and the slaughter of all her brethren (2 Kings 25:6 and 7), the de facto Queen of Judah - was named after her remote ancestress, Tamar, the daughter-in-law of Judah (Gen. 38:6), and this name ("a palm"), a favorite cognomen for ladies of the Royal Family of Judah (1 Chron. 3:9; 2 Sam. 14:27), was indicative of her high parentage, while the qualifying affix, Tephi ("beautiful" or "endearing"), also formed an appropriate designation for the lovely Jewish Princess.
When the time came for Tamar to give birth, her midwife discovered she was carrying twins. Surprisingly, one of the infants put forth its hand, to which the midwife promptly tied a red string, saying, “This one came out first.” Assuming that it would be born first, the midwife was simply trying to keep track of which baby was the firstborn. But the child withdrew its hand and the other baby was born first. To this unexpected turn of events, the midwife declared, “What a breach you have made for yourself!”—or, “This breach be upon you!” (verse 29). Fittingly, this male child was named Pharez, meaning breach. His twin brother who had put forth his hand was named Zarah, meaning dawn—a name that suggests he came first. One must wonder why this story is included in Scripture, for this breach is never again mentioned. What purpose could there be to these remarkable events? Think of DEM (Blue) vs REpublicans (Red). The Red String is significant because there is a certain group that uses it for a purpose in Holly Wood.
The unusual circumstances surrounding the twins’ birth no doubt caused some controversy as to which child was truly the firstborn. At stake were the rights of the firstborn, a prominent aspect of Hebrew culture. The twins were born a short time prior to Jacob relocating his family to Egypt. Once in Egypt, it would be another 17 years or so before Jacob would give his prophecy of Genesis 49. Thus, when the boys were born, it was not yet known that Judah’s offspring would inherit rights of royalty (Gen. 49:10). Because of this unique inheritance—the rights of royal lineage—the Pharez- Zarah controversy became paramount. Royal lineage was at stake.
This birth was a matter of great and special significance because Judah's other sons could not inherit the prophetic promise that from his descendants would come the future Royal Family of the nation of Israel. This was because they were the children of a forbidden union -- their mother was a Canaanite!
Eventually Pharez was declared the rightful heir, and from him descended the official branch of the Tribe of Judah and the Davidic Royal House.
Now how did Zara and his descendants react to what they, undoubtedly, considered a wrong decision that robbed them of their rightful inheritance?
Sign and Symbols -Since they were descendants of Judah their emblem was a lion. It is very unlikely that they would give up this emblem of their identity and descent -- even though bitterly resentful towards the rest of the Tribe of Judah. They therefore kept the lion as their emblem, but added their own variations to it to show that they were entirely separate and distinct from the Tribe of Judah in Israel. In their bitterness they would make the difference as great as possible without actually doing away with the symbol. So, instead of a tawny couchant lion, they depicted theirs as both rampant and red. As a result, the Rampant Red Lion became an emblem of the Zara branch of the Tribe of Judah.
The tribe of Dan, more than any other of the "lost ten tribes of Israel," left its "signature" wherever it migrated or journeyed. It did so by the unique method of naming rivers, moutains, lakes, villages, towns, bays, and cities after the name of their ancestor -- Dan.
Therefore, tracing the name and routes and migrations of the Danites gives us the evidence we need to trace the other "missing" tribes of Israel to their locations in northwestern Europe, and the world.
The Danites, unfortunately, are still steeped in pagan idolatry and superstition. It has been a warlike tribe. Jacob prophesied of Dan,
"Dan shall judge his people, as one of the tribes of Israel. 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 49:16-17)
From the movie "US" they used the song "I got 5 on it". Here is the interesting point, US was about DNA splicing, hence the yellow scissors.
“And the children of Dan sent of their family five men from their coasts, men of valour, from Zorah, and from Eshtaol, to spy out the land, and to search it; and they said unto them, Go, search the land: who when they came to mount Ephraim, to the house of Micah, they lodged there.” Referenced to the 5 Melees as well.