It was in the lands of Western Europe where the mighty Nephilim would continue their sagas of kings, conquest, religion and Nephilim on fire 2legends. The true origins of the Scottish Rite of the Irish Children of the Nephilim would begin early in the fourth and fifth centuries. These epic stories of the Sons of God in Western Europe would carry on into the modern world; such as in Britain, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Russia, America and many other countries where we can all witness their influence to this very day.

This is their true apocalyptic story like it has never been told before.

VulcanThe legend of this race we are told in scriptures, that these, with all the others, in the thousand one hundred and seventieth year of the world, took to themselves wives, and they continued in their madness with them unto the flood. And there were born unto them three sorts, the first were great giants, and to the giants were born Nephilim, and to the Nephilim were born Elioud. And they increased in their power, and taught each other and their wives sorcery and incantations.

They taught men to make swords, knives, shields, breastplates, the fabrication of mirrors, the workmanship of bracelets, ornaments, the use of paint, beautifying of the eyebrows, the use of stones of every valuable and select kind, and of all sorts of dyes, so that the world became altered. Impiety increased, fornication multiplied, and they transgressed and corrupted all their ways.

This is why the meaning of the word Nephilim, is to fall.

These Elioud, or Sons of Nephilim had used their God-given giant intellects, and spiritual lives to fall away from God when they took the sacrilegious vow at Mount Hermon on Crete in order to create a material world filled with magic, sorcery, weapons, war,  vanity and selfishness. They were also known by such names as the Curetes, Telchines, and the Priests of Pan to name a few. After all, they were the accursed Sons of Cain from Babylon who were marked by God for their transgressions.

Eventually the children of the Nephilim would make their way from Crete and other countries surrounding the Mediterranean into Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Ireland, Scotland, Russia, and England where they would rule to become mighty kings.


One of the most ancient people of Ireland were children of the Nephilim, who gave their name to the Irish Province of Ulster. Their name was the Ulaid or Ulaidh (singular Ulad or Uladh), which would be the Old Irish spelling of the biblical Hebrew Elioud. Ulster is derived from Ula-ster, the Irish name Uladh being pronounced Ulla. The Kings of Ulster were of the Ulaid and Dál Riata who were a branch of the Érainn; also known as the Darini of Ptolemy, which is another name for the Ireland (Érin) royalty. Please note the banner of Ulster to the right, with the Star of David, red hand, and cross. All symbols of the Tribe of Judah. Erin Go Bragh…….

These Elioud migrated to Ireland from the East approximately 2,700 years ago, where they became known as the Ulaid. They are descendants of the sea-faring races of the Phoenician Hebrews, and Greek Hellenes who gave rise to the Celtic people in Western Europe, and who were known biblically as the Elioud; which as I mentioned above is where they get their name of the Ulaid . They were also sometimes known in literature as the Picts (Painted People) of Ireland, and Scotland; and also the Jutes of Kent, and Umbrians of Northumbria.

The Ulaid (Picts) original religious customs and their secret society were led by a priestly class called the Druid Bards, who were the successors of their ancestors, the Phoenician Bards. The Druids were master poets who often concealed their secret teachings orally in their poems; and by the time they were 20 years old, they were said to have mastered by memory only, over 20,000 poems. Women were also allowed to be Druids as well. But later they would separate themselves as sect of Christianized Druids who were known as the Culdees.

These Culdees would put their teachings to writing and books at the Island of Iona in Scotland and would become known biblically, as the Hebrew Hivites and Levites, who would later join their Celtic Church with the Roman Church to form the unified Catholic (a word that means Universal) Brotherhood that would be composed of both Jew and Gentile. They all have the same or very similar customs and rites, and can be easily compared side by side to one another like Sir Godfrey Higgins had done in his book, the Celtic Druids. Also, Michael Tsarion had said in The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2; The Levites were originally Irish Druids, not Jews as we know them.


The Elioud (also transliterated Eljo) are the children of the Nephilim and are also considered to be known as the watchers, and fallen angel hybrid race of their own. They were also known as the mighty men of renown,  Sons of God (Bene Elohim), Sons of Cain, Phoencians, Cadimians, Sidonians, Hivites and many other names.

In the genealogy of Jesus Christ in Matthew’s gospel traced through the line of David, we find that one of Jesus’s ancestors is Zadok, the father of Achim, the father of a certain Eliud (’Ελιουδ; Matt. 1.14–15), the great-great-grand-father of Joseph.

The etymology of the Hebrew/Phoenician word Elioud is composed of the words, El, Io, and Ud. You will also find this name in Welsh charters, which it is clear it is not originally a Welsh word, but it was Hebrew and taken to the Welsh. The Welsh etymology is also very similar, where it is said the meaning of el is many and iud is lord. I believe that this is a mistranslation, and it has the same meaning as the Hebrew.

The word El is a generic name for God like can be found in the word Elohim.

The word Io is related to the words wisdom and knowledge. Sir Godfrey Higgins had written, “in Syriac Io, was the God of Wisdom or Knowledge. In Hebrew letters Io was written it’ io; this, as the Hebrew letter o was corrupted into ng, was the origin of the gnios. The God of Wisdom was the spiritual fire. He was Agni.”

The meaning of the word Ud is “brand or branded.”

Therefor, the meaning of Elioud would be something like “branded with the spiritual fire of Godly wisdom, or wisdom branded by the spirit fire of God.”

This mark, or brand I will explain more below in my section on the Mark of Cain.


The name of the Elioud you will not just find in the bible, but also a direct connection to history in this time period in early medieval Wales, and also England where this name Elioud is spelled Eliud, and is well documented. It is written in the three charters in the Book of Llandaf, which give details of property transfers to the Church from various local Welsh kings and other Brethren, dated from the late 6th to the late 11th century.

As I explained in my article, The Book of Life, when a royal prince, king and/or tribe was baptized into the Catholic Church, the church made actual immortal legal contracts, and real life charters with these new pagan converts to Christianity. Hence, to be a mighty medieval pagan king who is baptized and thus incorporated into the church, did not just entail holy water and a priests blessing. No, it required lengthy legal contracts, charters, and often were written on skin, sealed, and signed in blood. These pagan kings were not stupid, and they demanded their rites and property be protected and listed in charters with the church.

Unfortunately for the Anglo-Saxon Brethren who had made these deals with the church in blood, Norman tribes with a bigger sword would cut through many of these alleged immortal contracts, making them mortal. A new Norman era and rewriting of their own charters, contracts and Book of Life. I will write about these blood sealed contracts, and legal charters with the church in a future article.

You will find the Nephilim listed in some of these charters such as the Book of Llandaf, where there is a witness who is a royal layman called Eliud; and one of the charters appended to the “Vespasian” recension of Lifris’s Life of Saint Cadog, has a lay-witness called Eliudus. There is a Teuyth, Elyud filius in the Life of Saint Winefred; Eudegern vab Elud in the pedi-gree of St. Beuno ( Ach Beuno)appended to the Welsh Life of the saint, Buchedd Beuno; and a Beli ap Eilud in the genealogical tract Ach Brenhinoedd a ThywysogionCymru(Pedigrees of the Kings and Princes of Wales). The earliest attestation, though, is in the marginalia of the Lichfield Gospels (the principal gospel-book of the church at Llandeilo Fawr during the ninth century), where Eliud appears in memo-randa 3 and 7. This Eliud is St. Teilo himself.(By John Reuben Davies)

Like most of the priests, abbots, and bishops in medieval Europe were the children or royalty; Cadog was also the son of a Welsh king and is credited with the establishment of many churches in Cornwall, Brittany, Dyfed and Scotland. This name Cad-dog is very similar to the Phoenician Prince Cadmus, who was the first school master of the Greeks, and who taught them writing, arts, and methods of war. There is also the English Cadman (Cædmon /ˈkædmən/ or /ˈkædmɒn/), which is the earliest English (Northumbrian) poet whose name is known.

Cadmus and Caedman are also known in mythology as the God Hermes. The names Cadmus and Caedman have a secret meanings which I explained in my article, The Meaning of Hermes; the word Cad or Kad is “to fall”, which would directly identify them as the Nephilim of the scriptures. These biblical and mythical names they adopted such as the English Caedman, and Elioud, were never done by coincidence, but on purpose to honor their ancestors, in which they were the hereditary descendants who were simply carrying the torch, and light of their work.

The Doctor of the church, Saint Bede would be instrumental in helping write English history, and also in translating and changing the Bible. His role as Doctor would not be in the medical sense as a noun, but more like the meaning of the verb doctor which is “to change the content or appearance of (a document or picture) in order to deceive; falsify.” In Bede’s case, it would be to conceal and hide, while honoring the various Gallic, Scottish, Irish and English Anglo-Saxon kings, princes, bishops and Saints. This is simply what a Doctor of the Church does, and as I mentioned above, they also encoded the names of kings into their books, charters, and their own priesthood that had adopted names from their ancestors of the Old Testament; names I will explain briefly below.

Now let’s get back to the the Book of Llandaf and the Welsh branch of the Nephilim.

There is mentioned in this book, a charter belonging to a King Idon (Iudon), son of Ynyr Guent (Gwent). In the name King Idon, we can clearly see the similarity with the Phoenician/Hebrew Ida for Mount Ida (Mount Hermon) on Crete which is the birthplace of Zeus (Jupiter or God), and the exact place where the Nephilim had made the sacrilegious vow. The name Ida is from the Phoenician, French and German meaning of Ida or Ada; that is “Nobility, King or Queen.”  This is why they were known as the Idumeans (Judeans), and biblically as the Tribe of Judah. These are the royal workers, servants and kings of God who took the sacrilegious vows at Mount Ida, which is the birthplace of the King Zeus.

It is said in the Book of Llandaf, for the exchange of an eternal fatherland, King Idon sacrificed one of his mansions, Lann Garth, and all its territory, which had formerly belonged to St. Dubricius, Archbishop. The King going round the whole territory and carrying the Gospel on his back with the clergy bearing crosses in their hands and sprinkling holy water and dust of the pavement of the church and sepulchre in all his boundaries perambulated the whole. King Idon granted in alms for the health of his soul, and the souls of his ancestors. Kings and Princes, to God, and St. Peter, and to Archbishop Teilo.

There are also two people named Eliud, Eliud (map) Stater, and Eliud Mac Cincen who are known from the genealogies in London, BL, MS Harley 3859;62. This Eliud Mac Cincen, may in fact be the man who was born on the isle of the blessed, Iona Island, Scotland. Bede said that Kenneth was a Gael, and a king of Dál Riata, who had inherited the throne of Pictland through a Pictish mother. He was king of the Picts, first King of Scotland, and his name was Cináed mac Ailpín (Modern Gaelic: Coinneach mac Ailpein), commonly Anglicised as Kenneth MacAlpin, credited as indirectly creating the current day British monarchy; the current Queen Archon being Queen Elizabeth II.

The name Elizabeth is derived from the Old Irish Eileena Eilis (Ee-liss), meaning “oath of God.” Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, (born Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark) prince consort of Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. The name Phillip we can connect to the Centaur using etymology. Phillip is derived from Philippos which is from the Greek: Φίλιππος Β΄ ὁ Μακεδών – φίλος phílos, “friend” and ἵππος híppos, “horse.”

I had written about the Kingdom of Kent in my article, The Centaurs: Half Men and Half Horse Sons of God, where I explain that the old Kingdom of Jute was originally Juteland or the land of the Jutes, and is now known as the Kingdom of Kent. Jutland, is regarded as Judah’s land. An adjective for Jute is “Jutish,” pronounced jootish. The name Kent is derived from the Centaurs (Ken-taurs or Khan-taurs). In the etymology of the word Centaur (or Kentaur), we find the two words Cen (Ken) and Taur. I have found the meaning in the name Cen or Ken, to represent fire or a torch. In Anglo-Saxon, it is spelled Kenaz (“torch”), and the name Cinaed is partly derived from the Celtic aidhu, meaning “fire”. This again connects the children of the Nephilim, the Elioud whose etymology we have found the meaning is “branded with the spiritual fire of Godly wisdom, or wisdom branded by the spirit fire of God.”

In my article, The Lost Tribe of Judah in Ireland, I explained that there was an Irish King Baedan who was a Culdee Druid, and the grandson of Muiredhach who was grandson of Niall of the Hostages; and his grandmother was Erca, the beautiful daughter of Loarn, a prince of Scottish Dalriada; and through this union he became the father of the senior line of the Hy-Niall kings. Baedan’s father was named Muircertach (Muircheartach Mor Mac Earca), and was Hi King of Ireland and the Beda race until his murder in approximately the year 520-533 AD. Medieval Ulster genealogists describe him as  Érenn ocus Alban (king of Ireland and Scotland).

They are the children of the Nehpilim…….


As I mentioned above, the meaning of the name Elioud is “branded with the spiritual fire of Godly wisdom, or wisdom branded by the spirit fire of God.” Hence, they were the sons of Cain, the accursed and branded by God as it is said in the scriptures when God confronted Cain about Abel’s death; God responded, “Not so; if anyone kills Cain, he will suffer vengeance seven times over”, and God “set a mark upon Cain, lest any finding him should kill him” (Gen. 4:15).

The Mark of Cain I had written about before, where I explain that this mark is a special birthmark that only the Sons of Cain, or the Nephilim have. The mark of the fallen ones.

One of the only physical traits we know of Pythagoras, is that he had a special golden birthmark on his thigh. Seleucus had Apollo’s symbol, an anchor, as a birthmark on his thigh. Judas had a birthmark. Augustus Caesar had seven birthmarks resembling a constellation on the front of his torso. The Arch-Druids Lost Son was said to have a golden birthmark and were signs of the Celtic Sun God; and it has been said by many authors such as Sir Godfrey Higgins, that they were Pythagoreans. Then we have the famous 6th or 7th century tale of King Arthur, who it is said to have been born with a birthmark that helped determine his royal status and then subsequent rise to fame. Sir Launcelot had been born with a singular birth-mark upon his shoulder which had the appearance as of a golden star enstamped upon the skin. We also have the prophet Mohammad whose birthmark were said to be signs that he was the chosen one of prophecy.

The white or golden birthmark we connect to Cain through the various languages, such as its meaning in Old Irish and Celtic, white; and Cain or qayin in Hebrew, the meaning is spear. Aristotle said that the descendants of Camdus, the Spartoi (the sown) really bore a birthmark in the shape of a spear. As I mentioned in some of my previous articles, Cadmus was also known as Hermes, and it was at Mount Hermon where Hermes was born and also where the Nephilim had also taken the sacrilegious vows. In some legends it was said the Goddess gave him an ivory shoulder; thenceforward the shoulders of his descendants continued to display a white birthmark

Plutarch had to say this about the divine birthmark in his book, On the delay of the divine justice;

“as the warts and birth-stains and freckles of fathers, not appearing in their own children, crop out again in the children of their sons and daughters; as a certain Greek woman, giving birth to a black child, when accused, of adultery, discovered that she was descended in the fourth generation from an Aethiopian; as among the children of Pytho the Nisibian, said to belong to the Sparti, the one who died lately bore the impress of a spear on his body, — a race-mark after so many ages rising and emerging as from the depths of the sea, — so not infrequently earlier generations conceal and merge ancestral habits and dispositions, while afterward and through later generations the inherited nature comes to flower, and reproduces the family tendency to vice or to virtue.

The armed men that sprang from the teeth of the dragon sown by Cadmus, from whom the oldest families in Thebes — a large part of the Boeotian aristocracy — were said to have descended. Something like this mythical birthmark had probably made its appearance on the body of a member of one of these ancient families. Nisibis was a Syrian city with an extensive commerce, with many Greek, and probably some Boeotian immigrants.

It may be that, in cases where the inheritance of a morbid physical constitution, or of proclivity to moral evil, seems to lapse in the first generation and to reappear in the second, the children of the diseased or depraved father have the physical or moral traits of their father, but are made and kept vigilant and faithful in self-care and self-discipline by the memory of their father’s infirmities or sins ; while their children have the inheritance without the warning.”


Not only can we find the children of the Nephilim in Ireland, as their, they would also migrate to England. Their stories are documented in the bible by their Nephilim descendants who had become known as the Levites; and were then as Saint Bede had said, “allegorically, they were attached to the church.”

This was approximately the time when the church decided to conceal the true identities of those Brethren who serve the church. From the time of Bede forward, you will find that many of the priests, bishops and Saints of the church began to allegorize their names, and conceal their true identities. But they would not just adopt any old name, but the biblical names of their ancestors. For example, Bede had written on a seventh-century bishop of Rochester, called Ithamar who was a Kentishman, and the first Bishop in England.

You will find the name Ithamar in the Old Testament as one of the two sons of Aaron who then became the two lines of priestly succession in ancient Israel. Bede had chosen this name for that very reason which would be appropriate to begin their evangelization of much of Western Europe.

The Elioud had carried the torch of illumination, religion, war and commercial trade into Western Europe, where a new beginning of the Nephilim would officially begin. The Era of the Scottish Rite of the Irish Children of the Nephilim.

Erin Go Bragh…….

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