This book provides the first of the three forms of proof required to break the seal of the omnipotent God, as foretold in the Scriptures.  It ushers in the three forms of proof of authenticity:

The three forms of proof are:


Historical proof – the delivery of information from the past that cannot be known to any living man. This book delivers that proof.


Scientific proof – the delivery of genetic proof confirming the blood line of King David, the prophet Mohammed and the Messiahs who have now come.


Physical proof – the discovery of the location of the Ark of the Covenant for the servants of the One God who have been prepared to recover it.



This book is of particular interest to the Mormons and those who are seekers of historical truth.








ANNEX 2. 47




Nick was again sitting in his shed in 2015, aware that there were items that he could not finish in his book, because the time had not yet come.  He had a complete listing of everyone from Joseph the Patriarch to Niall of the Nine Hostages.  A few were missing in the list, but the family genealogy showed him that they would come through soon and the DNA proved the connection, but not the genealogies.


The problem was that there was a gap in the Spanish story and, therefore, a flaw in the understanding.  There was nothing to link the people who landed in Barona in Galicia to those who lived in Coaňa in northern Spain.  Nick also knew that there was a story that the Mormons had a number of leaders with remarkably similar names to those who arrived in Spain around 600BC.


There was Heremon in the story that Nick had read about in Trinity Library in Dublin and there was the Mormon Helaman,[1] who took the Israelites into the land of Zarahemla[2] at the same time as the Jews arrived from Egypt in 600BC.  However, now he needed to look for himself at the Mormon story, just to make sure that he was right and that the two stories where not in any way connected.  It was the right thing to do and then he could complete his book with the DNA pages and the conclusions reached.  He felt that this was as good as you could get in the circumstances.


The Book of Mormon can be summarised as a series of books, written by people who claim to be followers of those who left Israel around 600BC to go to America, where the Mormon Church is found.  It was written by Joseph Smith, who is considered the patriarch and summarised in Wikipedia as follows:


‘According to Smith's account and the book's narrative, the Book of Mormon was originally written in otherwise unknown characters referred to as ‘reformed Egyptian’  engraved on golden plates.  Smith said that the last prophet to contribute to the book, a man named Moroni, buried it in Cumorah hill in present-day New York, then returned to earth in 1827 as an angel, revealing the location of the plates to Smith, and instructing him to translate it into English for use in the restoration of Christ's true church in the latter days.  Critics claim that it was fabricated by Smith, drawing on material and ideas from contemporary 19th-century works rather than translating an ancient record.’[3]


The core irreconcilable problem with the work was that it neither had any evidence to support it, nor had a location that should fit the detailed descriptions in it.  The whole work took the case that the leader of the Mormons Nephi takes his people ‘the Nephites’ and, in verse 18 of the first book, he delivers them, after many days sailing, into the ‘Land of Promise.’ [4]


Joseph Smith translates this from the Book of Mormon to mean America and from there the story goes downhill.  Apart from no elements being found in an exhaustive search over nearly two hundred years by the Mormons, the houses are described as built with cement.[5]  Cement was unknown until the Roman period as concrete, whilst the book starts at least 400 years before then in the USA.


Nick could see much wrong with the story, not least in having an earthquake on the West Coast of USA when Jesus is crucified in Judea, when there is no known live seismic activity in the New York area.  It was such a large quake that it was supposed to destroy much of the community.  In a similar verse, the people are pursued by poisonous snakes[6] out of the land in the Book of Ether.  This has resulted in those who believe in the Book of Mormon looking in South America for the places featured.  The concept of being pursued out of America into South America did not sit well with Nick.


On the positive side, the Book confirms that the ‘people of Ammon’, who were called Lamanites,[7] lived in that land.  Ammon was also suspiciously like Amon of Amon Assur, after whom the Astures in Asturias were named.  This was a direct link to the Kings of Judea and Asturias where the Ark was claimed to be hidden.  Also Mulek is mentioned and the Mulekites are named as his people.  He was the first born son of King Zedekiah who it is reported did not die at the hands of the Babylonians as detailed in the Bible, but supposedly here in the Book of Mormon in the Land of Promise, he had escaped with those others featured in the story.


Mulek[8] has been recorded in the Book of Mormon as the son of Zedekiah, who was a blood line descendant of King David.  It didn’t take long for Nick to understand that Mulek featured in the Book of Mormon, was undoubtedly the Milesius who took the Jewish exilarchs to Spain.  By then he would have been old enough and either he, or his son, was the NaMile king who was called Heremon[9] in the Irish Trinity Library documents. The Irish documents were confirmation of the events and laid the claim that Mulek was actually the King of Spain.


They arrive in their Land of Promise at exactly the right time.  Everything that Nick had done previously, trying to connect the NaMile tribe in Ireland to King Amon Assur via Kareah or Johanan in the Bible was, therefore, incorrect.  It is recorded in the Book of Mormon that Mulek landed in Spain north of where the Lehi’s arrived and they founded Zarahemla, which was amalgamated into the territory that became the Nephite kingdom.[10]  This was originally defined in a north/south orientation of the Mormon land.


If we are to believe anything that Smith had written when he ‘translated’ the plates, this element looks like the truth, since the division of the land can still be seen in the early maps[11] of Galicia, showing the north/south divide amongst the known Spanish tribes.  The Mormon documents suggest that Mulek and his Mulekites were assimilated into Nephite culture in the north, but at the same time, there are unanswered questions, such as where Mulek went[12] and how his son (Helaman) fitted into the genealogy written in the Book of Mormon.  What is certain is that Helaman was a live character in this story and one who disappeared around 587BC, along with a large chunk of the Brigantes tribe, who also went to Ireland.


The Book of Mormon consists of a number of books compiled into one.  Not only has Joseph Smith assumed that America was where the Mormons landed, without any evidence, but he has also made the assumption that the books fit into a neat chronology that is unproven and has been made to fit his unproven dating.


As you read the books, it becomes clear, when you know the location of the various points mentioned in them, that the dates shown at the head of each chapter have also been added in the summaries.  The landing is not recorded in the chronology and there is no mention of any landing activity, but the Land of First Inheritance, the place where they first landed, is mentioned in Alma 22 verse 28 where it says:


‘Now, the more idle part of the Lamanites lived in the wilderness, and dwelt in tents; and they were spread through the wilderness on the west, in the land of Nephi; yea, and also on the west of the land of Zarahemla, in the borders by the seashore, and on the west in the land of Nephi, in the place of their fathers’ first inheritance, and thus bordering along by the seashore.’ [13]


This clearly identifies a sea shore west of the land of the mysterious unknown Zarahemla, by the seashore.  There is also a lot of Victorian religious fantasy involved in discussions relating to Christ and his mystical position, which Joseph Smith has adapted from Revelation in the Bible and other mixes of Jewish stylised Christian fundamentalist thinking.  Joseph Smith appeared to believe that the people, whom he was writing about, were characters out of a holy land, written in a style similar to that of Victorian Bibles of the early Victorian period.


Joseph Smith understood correctly that some of these people were the original North American Indians, who arrived after 600BC, but got it completely wrong in understanding how they got there.  He assumed that they arrived with Lehi, but they did not, because they are documented in the same Mormon text as the migration from the west sea,[14] which has been studiously ignored by historians due to Joseph Smith’s assertions.  Asturian dress style was similar to the North American Indians[15] and came with them to America, along with hand held armaments of the period. [16]


The Lamanites were the people who had a common belief in the Great Spirit[17] and nature that went far beyond Smith’s own understanding of Christian belief, which he and his mother wished to promote and which eventually took his life. [18]


Like those who put together the genealogy of the Irish, Joseph Smith assumed that the kings all followed through from one and other, completely unaware that each tribe had its own King.  It is an obviously false assumption that none of the present day Mormons seem to have taken on board, with its neat Mormon genealogy that assumes only one king, when there became many tribes each with its own king.  Like the history of Ireland, it was a mistake that could be expected to be made in Victorian America. 


The Brigantes Tribe, formed by Brath and Broeghan (not mentioned in the Book of Mormon), lived on the north-east coast, having moved up from Barona, whilst Mulek appears to have moved east to an eventual position north of present day Sarria (named Zarahemla by the Book of Mormon).  He moved to a town which the Book of Mormon calls Mulek, named after him in the Mormon story, before disappearing in a mysterious manner. That town is still called Castro of the King in Spain (Castro de Rei).


The party, correctly titled Mile, and his eight sons then travelled from Spain to Ireland after the Mulekite tribe moved to Coaňa.   It explains why none of the Mulekites were listed in the Book of Mormon deaths and why the Brigantes are not listed as a Spanish tribe in 300BC[19].  They are listed in the Book of Mormon as the sons of Helamon and Nephi, because the first Helamon was the son of Nephi, who died around a year before the year of the Invasion in 586BC.


Joseph Smith’s translation applies a strictly Christian view of the Native American Indians in his world of the Nephites and Lamanites.  He was unaware that the names employed did not use the unpronounceable ‘H’ in Spain and the recording of the Land Northwards in the books are a euphemism for unspecified and unknown Northern lands.


If you disregard all of the dating and Christian nonsense that Smith has, undoubtedly, added to his attempt to distort history for his own ends, you can get a feel for what actually happened and why God has protected this information for 2,600 years from discovery.  The Lamanites are shown to have launched a major expedition, featuring 5,400 individuals, to the ‘Land Northwards’ as a result of the pressure placed upon them to move by the returning Lamanites, who wanted their land back, which had been vacated during the snake attack and drought.  What the story shows is that it was better to move to a new land, than to destroy yourself at the Battle of Cumorah in the Book of Mormon.


What we are not told is that the people who left before this Invasion of America in 426BC had already conquered Ireland in an earlier exit.  Archaeological evidence exists, up until now ignored by the professional historians, that some went first to Skellig Michael, where the King of the World[20] once visited, on the west of Ireland, before moving to the Azores[21] and from there to America.  This King of the World was, undoubtedly, the leader of those who sought exile from Galicia, rather than death by the sword at Cumorah.


It was Nick’s understanding that these 5,400 people migrated to America[22] and were the first American Indians to come from Europe.  That is why they can be identified through their DNA and their connection to the Ashkenazi of Eastern Europe and the DNA of the people of the eastern Mediterranean. It is not correct to assume Nephi 1, 2, 3 and 4 lived interspaced with other Mormon books in-between, as displayed in the Joseph Smith translated Moron timeline in their book.  They were all written in the same plates chronologically by Mormon, one at a time, and it was Joseph Smith who did not recognise this.  That is why he, or later the Mormon Church, put dates into the text, once it had been rewritten by Smith.  It was not to be helpful and, in the end, identifies how the author cannot reconcile events using the original books.


A good example of such an error is leaving the original dating of events in Nephi 3[23] and then later changing the dating system.[24]  The original dating system was removed at Ether chapter 9 because, without it, the flaw becomes obvious. The dating employed throughout the period was to date elements from the landing in Spain and because Christ did not materialise in either America or Spain, his inclusion is exposed as a current insurmountable flaw of logic that only faith can resolve.

The whole of the Book of Mormon, as currently displayed on the web site of the Mormons, is a catalogue of misunderstanding and pure faith.


The correct dating of the four Nephi books, all written at the same time, probably by Mormon from collective memory is, as follows:


618BC to 606BC Book of Nephi 1

605BC to 597BC Nephi 2

596BC to 561BC Nephi 3

560BC to 475BC Nephi4


Each element of each book is written in parts that finish with the words ‘Amen’ and this looks like it has not been changed from the original plates, from which the copy was obtained.  Clearly adding Smith’s additional works was justified in their own minds by not changing the core message. The addition of Christ and his mythical involvement would simply bring more converts to the Church. It did not really matter if it was not correct because it could not be challenged.  Joseph Smith had made sure of that – until now.


He has, therefore, re-arranged the story firstly in a chronological order that suited his own objectives and then added details of how many years each year is to when Christ died and how many years to when they landed in the Land of Promise.  In order to put it back to how it was originally, you must remove all references to Christ and all dating and work with that and then the fog will start to lift and what you find is remarkable.


What you find is that the book of Ether provides an over view of both the Jaredites arriving in the year 683BC and ending with the death of Shiblon in 424BC at the Battle of Cumorah.  His death is also recorded in the Book of Alma[25]  It must be remembered that deciphering this information is as much about understanding what is left out of the text as what is written.  Ether, Alma, Helaman and Mormon all witness the fateful events at Cumorah and the Book of Mormon witnesses that fact in the written text.  To fail to understand this basic tenant is to misunderstand the core message of the book, which has been given to us from God for a reason. That reason should become clear to all those who read this.


The Reign of Kings begins with King Mosiah.  Nick recognised that the tower (unnamed) built during his reign might be identified with the Tower of Hercules[26] in Galicia.   The land to the west, where the sea was found, is identifiable in the Books of Mormon as the land of their first inheritance, which had been run by the Brigantes, who also left to go to Ireland at the same time as when the Mulekites left.  Nephi also left with the two sets of invaders and reverted to his proper name Heremon.


Jacob is correctly identified as a book of Kings and in it Nephi identifies how the plates work and why the kings are called Nephi.  It is clear from the text that future kings will use the name they wish and that the instructions were written before his death in Jacob 1, V.9-11.[27]  Joseph Smith has falsely assumed the dating of the books to start at Year 1 in the Reign of Judges and, therefore, it must be 1AD.  In the desktop online version, which follows, Nick has numbered the documents both by the online Mormon chapter to enable easy reference, the number given in the Book of Mormon and the real year along the top of the page to make it easy for the reader to understand.


The Reign of Kings follows Nephi’s four books and then the Reign of Judges follows that.  Nick put into each chapter the names of the people who lived in that chapter and coloured those who had frequent use.  It is then possible to see quite clearly how everything fits together.  In the spreadsheet, he numbers the paragraphs in brackets of the relevant Book of Mormon that ties each book to the next. He also added the word ‘amen’ where it appears at the end of a chapter to identify chapter ends that remain in the originals and have not been altered or edited out. These show as dotted line connections.


Some names, such as Helamon and Nephi, feature their use as sons of the original and follow through in a logical manner, identified in the text.  Nephi3 starts at year 91 after arrival in Spain and not year 1 before Christ.  Lachoneus was the chief judge during the period and the section about the crucifixion is fiction added by Joseph Smith to make his case more solid and to attract followers, like the vast majority of the Christianising undertaken by his mother[28] and father, as would be apostles at the time Smith lived.  The book featuring the Reign of Kings starts in 510BC and finishes in 465BC (thirty-three  years later) with the death of Mosiah.[29]  This is followed by the Reign of Judges, ending around the time of the Battle of Cumorah (424BC).


Nephi 4 has an unknown length and what appears certain is that it has been made to fit the text of the other books.  Because of this, it is not possible, with certainty, to know the exact date of the Battle of Cumorah, because the dating applied to the Book of Ether is duplicated towards the end as well.  Nick decided that there was, however, one element that was not interpretable and this was the seismic activity in the geological record.  As a consequence, the current dating shows the Battle of Cumorah as 424BC, because the earthquake at the end of the Book of Heremon 377BC coincides with the seismic record.  The desktop version that Nick worked with eventually had the full display of all the books laid out in order.[30]  It tells the story of how the Nephites and Lamanites fought each other to death and how the Battle of Cumorah played a pivotal part in that story.  The Book of Alma ends with the Battle of Cumorah, whilst the Book of Heremon starts with it as the final throw of the dice.  Mormon ends with it with the word from Moroni’s son.  Ether, in its final account, has two different versions of the same sequence and shows how the Jaredites do not escape attention.


The Book of Mormon was an incredible find and one that he had not been looking for.  It took some time to unravel and simply meant that the documents in Dublin Trinity Library were basically correct and confirmed by the Book of Mormon.  Nick sat at his desk and found it hard to believe what he was reading.  It was a true revelation.


Was it possible that Joseph Smith, in America in 1829, had translated the plates and simply failed to understand the location of the landing?  Everything else fitted.  The whole concept of the golden plates was not taken seriously by critics, but here there was a commonality that could not be denied.  Mulek was from Judea and a HaMelech (of the tribe of ‘the king’), he was a surviving son of King Hezekiah[31] and he lived in the North of Spain as a king of his tribe, the Mulekites, in the city of Mulek (Castro of the King), until such time as they moved to Coaňa and disappear.


At the time of the discovery, there was much wrong with the story as written in Joseph Smith’s version.  Emma, his wife, denied any knowledge of polygamous relationships, despite continuous claims materialising throughout her life. Wiki states:


‘Even on her deathbed, Emma denied Joseph's involvement with polygamy, stating, "No such thing as polygamy, or spiritual wifery, was taught, publicly or privately, before my husband's death, that I have now, or ever had any knowledge of... He had no other wife but me; nor did he to my knowledge ever have.’ [32]


Confirmation of polygamy by Joseph Smith 200 years later was a natural conclusion, which permeated the church until recently, with confirmation by the Church that Smith had probably at least forty wives.[33]  The issue clearly shows that Smith’s wife Emma would say anything, even on her deathbed, to try to retain credibility and consequently details her as a pathological liar incapable of telling the truth.  Neither the angel, nor the plates themselves, survived this early period and the whole episode had dubious motivation from a man who had a very grey past.  Joseph Smith simply palmed away criticism with the story that the plates had been handed back to the angel when he was asked for them – thus removing any evidence that might exist to justify any authenticity. It was not possible to hand them to an expert because the fraud would come to light immediately.


Joseph Smith identified the site where the plates were hidden at a suitable place that the Church bought, which he called Cumorah Hill in New York, and the rest is history.  However, Cumorah Hill, in Galicia, is wholly different from that in New York.[34]  Nick thought those who are involved in this story should visit the hill in Galicia, in order to understand the full gravity of the story that holds their future. The possibility exists that Moroni hid the plates there and they are still awaiting collection when the time has come.


Joseph Smith approached people to try to persuade them that the North American Indians were part of the story of the exodus to America.   He claimed that the North American Indians came from the Middle East to America.[35]  He identified the dark skinned people[36] as those who were afflicted by God’s mark, in order that they may be distinguished from the Nephites, who followed God’s ways.  The text identified that they painted themselves red[37] and it appeared obvious to everyone that they must be Native Indians and must, therefore, be the Lost Tribe of Israel.  This failed to gain traction due to lack of evidence. However, the story would not die and his campaign to build a new religion started.  Now the Book has been sold to 150m readers worldwide with a reputed 15m faithful aligned to the Church of the Latter Day Saints.


Nick decided that he needed to look at the other core issues and he discovered that it was highly likely that the cement buildings did actually exist.  A simple search for cement, as opposed to concrete and Spain came back with a solution.


Adobe is the name it was given.  It was made and worked in Spain and has been for the millennia concerned and it fulfils the properties of cement.[38]  Clearly, people could build with Adobe at that time, so that was one less thing to look at.  When the people left Spain, they took the adobe building technique with them and passed them on to the other tribes whom they came into contact with.  Other cultural elements were taken with them and became the Native American culture of North America in time.

Typical adobe buildings

The Hopi were the first European tribe to arrive in North America from Europe in 426BC and they have been told by their agent’s solicitors not to do DNA tests, because they are afraid of losing their legal case against others who claim their rights.  This truth cannot be bottled up and now they must conclude their rightful position by finishing what they have started in their claims.  The Divine Spirit gave the Hopi knowledge of DNA in order that it may be known where they came from.  DNA is a science and they must submit to testing faithful that the correct answer will come back.


Nick spent a week or so researching the issue of an earthquake at the time of Jesus crucifixion in Spain.  The result was equally impressive,[39] with the Seismic Catalogue[40] providing details of the one in 33AD.[41]  It was too old to detail the size with certainty, but confirmed that it took place[42] and was connected to Judea by the Alpide[43] belt from Spain.  It was reported by Mr Navarro-Neumann that the quake was ‘felt around the world and formidably in Portugal and Spain’.  It was a wholly European event and tied what Nick was reading clearly to the Spanish peninsular, where the Galician civilisation had grown up.


It appeared that the section of land between Sarria (Zarahemla) and the western shore of the west sea was a little known active geological fault zone, according to QAFI, the Spanish active fault database for Iberia (see image), and the work of Martin-Gonzales et all.[44]

Title: QAFI Map - Description: The image shows a map of Sarria in Galicia with red and purple lines running from the South west to the North East as used by the Quaternary Active Vaults Database of Iberia. The red lines are QUAFI faults and the purple are debated faults.


However, the key problem was that having come to that conclusion, it also became obvious that it could not have been recorded in 33AD.  This was because, according to the Book of Mormon, despite the appearance of Jesus in the literature and being at least 300 years too early, Joseph Smith appears to have decided to embellish the activity of his users upon the basis that Jesus would make a more convincing attraction in that year.  Nick knew from his work on the database of names that it could not be that late a date in the time line, because the whole of the Book of Mormon finished by the year 373BC; well before the Romans appeared on the scene.  The date of 377BC, on the other hand, was recorded as an active seismic date[45] and, in conclusion, must now be accepted as correct as listed in the Book of Mormon, because it fits precisely.


What became obvious was that the real time line was not a time line between 600BC and 450AD of over 1,000 years.  This was how Smith had envisaged his ‘understanding’ of the Mormon people, whom he documented.  The names were, undoubtedly, right but the dates were complete wrong.  The opening verses of 1 Nephi 9 tell us exactly what is going on, but Joseph Smith, like his historian companions around the world, simply refused to understand.  Nephi tells us:


‘Nevertheless, I have received a commandment of the Lord that I should make these plates, for the special purpose that there should be an account engraven of the ministry of my people.  Upon the other plates should be engraven an account of the reign of the kings, and the wars and contentions of my people; wherefore these plates are for the more part of the ministry; and the other plates are for the more part of the reign of the kings and the wars and contentions of my people.[46]


Consequently, there are two sets of plates, those which list the ‘ministry’ and those that list the activity of the ‘kings and wars and contentions’.  Nephi 1, 2 3 and 4 are all written to accommodate that philosophy and cover the period of Nephi’s life and statements.  These, supposedly, start in 600BC and the word ‘approximately’ is added to the summary at the top of each chapter in the Book of Mormon because it is not 600BC (Nephi 1.1) as believed in Victorian America, when found at the time of writing.  Nor is it 600BC to 592BC in Nephi 1 chapter 3.  It is, in fact, actually now known to be earlier, when Nephi starts the story of Lehi.  The person/people who ‘translated’ these plates did so upon a false premise that does not fit the experience of the real world.  Put another way, it is assumed that the person who wrote it knew they were in a world of before Christ and dated it accordingly, only to discover that they were wrong after they died.  This is something that cannot be corrected, like the Book of Mormon has been on numerous occasions.


No amount of fiddling with the text will remove this obstacle into believing that the translation is correct.  Joseph Smith made a mess of it because, having left out the actual date at the beginning of what he wrote, he then tells us, in the text, that it is 600 years before Christ is born.[47]


We are asked to believe this is a miracle of the time that Nephi knew about Christ who is also the Messiah and not the second Messiah, 600 years before anyone else.[48]  What we see is the hallmark of creative Christian believers of the Victorian period seeking to interpret plates to suit their ‘understanding’ of what they believed took place, and Mormons accept this as an act of faith.  This has been a burden that shall now be lifted.


In order to understand what was written, we are asked to believe that the people named in the document all have single identities.  In each book where they are mentioned multiple times, they are a different person in another book from the same series, when clearly they are mostly the same person.  It is a flaw in understanding what is written to seek to duplicate the document into a massive timeline when it is not necessary.  Why after all would Nephi, Mormon or Heremon seek to write out a time line covering the period from 600BC to 400AD?  The object of the books is to warn us about our past and to ensure that we understand what Cumorah means for the future of humanity.  We should not fight amongst ourselves, or we will suffer the consequences which are written in stone by men who have lost their way.


The four books of Nephi provide Nephi’s understanding of how he came from Judea to the Land of Promise.  They crossed the sea in a few days from Egypt, having visited the Red Sea and having stayed at his father’s camp by the River Laman, to the East of what is now the Suez Canal.[49]  There then follows Nephi’s Messianic prophecies and revelations, taken from Revelation, Isaiah and similar prophetic biblical documents all lifted by Joseph Smith for his own purposes.


What we do not have is any clear understanding of the time line involved, or which plates went with whom, apart from the words added either by Joseph Smith, or the Mormon elders at the top of each chapter.  The Summary, written at the top of each chapter in the on-line version of the Book of Mormon, is completely wrong, because Joseph Smith did not know the dates that he was seeking to put into print.  He thought that the first year of Zedekiah’s reign was 600BC, but it was, in fact 597BC.  He also thought that Jeremiah was physically at the final destruction of Jerusalem in 587BC,[50]  but there is no evidence of this and it is highly unlikely that he was anywhere near Jerusalem at that time.  It was far more likely that he was hiding the Ark.  The inclusion of prophecies written after the fact does not induce confidence in the veracity of the Victorian authors.


Other details materialised in the text of the Book of Mormon as Nick worked on the text and he firstly dealt with the major issues.  In the book of Ether 9: 19, there is a reference to elephants being seen, or used.  The exact details are:


and they also had horses, and asses, and there were elephants and cureloms and cumons; all of which were useful unto man, and more especially the elephants and cureloms and cumons[51].’


It was found that the elephants were used in the 150–250BC era in Carthage, in southern Spain[52].  This could appear to be in order because the text is not describing what happened at a specific time and elephants were used by the Celts when they needed them.  It is likely that the audience saw the elephants and this is why they have been used in that text.  An example is the portrayal of the Pictish Beast, whom Nick studied earlier, which is clearly an elephant, on stones in Scotland as early as 300BC.  Alternatively, the possibility exists that the reference was added by Smith to embellish the text.


No elephants were available in America and this has been a bone of contention amongst those who have sought to prove that the Book of Mormon is wrong.  The reference to cureloms and cumons remains a mystery in translation to everyone.


Lastly, before looking at the issues that surround the countryside and timing, Nick looked at the question of the snakes.  The fourth century Roman poet on geographical subjects, Rufus Avienus Festus, records in his study of the sea coasts of Spain an invasion of the lands of the Oestrimnis by snakes.  His record of the first circumnavigation of the west coast of Europe following the coastline says:


‘Back after the places we spoke of above, there opens a great bay filled with water, All the way to Ophiussa.  Back from the shore of this place, to the inland water, through which I said before that the sea insinuates itself through the land, and which they call Sardum, The journey extends for seven days on foot. Ophiusa extends its side, being as large as you hear the Island of Pelops lying in the territory of the Greeks is.  The land was originally called Oestrymnis by those who inhabited the Ostrymnian countryside and region, much later the serpent chased away the inhabitants and gave the now empty land its name.’[53]


Ophiussa, also spelled Ophiusa, is the ancient name given by the ancient Greeks to what was Portuguese territory, is misidentified in Wiki near the mouth of the river Targus.  It means Land of the Serpents and the name Oestriminis is the name given to those who lived at the ‘extreme west’ of Europe in Galicia.  Support for this is the surviving name of the sea coast around Galicia which still survives today two thousand years later with the name Finisterre and has for forty years been mentioned every day in the Radio Four fishing broadcasts.  Finisterre[54] has the literal translation of Finis Terrae meaning end of the earth. 


Sada is a province of La Coruna which earlier was called Sardum[55] in Roman times and lies inland on the sea coast.  The name came from the area of wetland to the south and south-east, which the Mormon text earlier called the West Sea, from which sea-going ships were launched.


Despite the reticence displayed by the author, the original story of the Oestriminis is direct confirmation of two important issues.  Firstly, the snake invasion actually happened the century before this report was filed by Rufus Avienus Festus (4th century).  This is confirmed in the Book of Mormon[56] and, secondly, Sada exists in Galicia, independently affirmed by the earliest writer on the subject, Rufus Avienus Festus in his work, Ora Maritima.[57]  This shows two independent verifications of the identity of the land where these events are recorded was in what is now known as Galicia in northern Spain.


In the Book of Ether overview the famine is mentioned, with the snakes, in the period when the Lamanites had abandoned the North.  When Mulek arrived, they found a land devoid of any inhabitants.  The texts refer to a dearth in the land[58] and this can only be confirmation of the drought (611BC -572BC) reported in the Lebor Gabála (26yrs).  That states that, having endured it for twenty six years, the tribe left for Ireland and so, in conclusion, Nick was happy that the blood line of Mulek’s son remained intact upon becoming the tribe of NaMile in Ireland.  Further, Galam is reported as his proper name identifying the Spanish connection between the NaMile King in Spain and his HaMelech ancestry (in earlier book) and is confirmed in the Book of Mormon as Nephi [59] an ancestor of Joseph.


Three Nephi kings are identified as missing between 596BC[60] and 587BC[61]. The last of these is the son of Nephi and he is identified in the Lebor Gabála as having accompanied the Irish Invasion fleet. It states:


And what they said was, that these are the thirty-six chieftains who entered Ireland as the Gaedil, namely the ten sons of Bregon (Íth being one of them)Brego, Bile, Blad, Cualu, Cuailnge, Fúat, Muirthemne, Eibleo, Íth, Nár: the single son of Bile, Míle of Spain (Galam was his proper name).[62]


What we are told is that Mile (the title meaning the King) came with the ten sons of Bregan and, consequently, Bregan is not the Mile we are looking for.  Confirmation is contained at the end of the same verse. It states:


And learned men say that Mile came not into Ireland; and others say that the three kings died of plague before coming into Ireland, namely Mile son. Bile, and Oige and Uige, the two sons of Allod s. Noenel. [63]


Mile also known as Galam (confirmed in the Lebor Gabala) died of plague before leaving for Ireland and his son Heremon took charge of what became known in Ireland as the NaMile tribe.  The text is further endorsed by Keating who states:


The following are the names of those sons of Broeghan who came with the sons of Milidh (using the Spanish name) to Ireland, namely, Breagha, Faud, Muirtheimhne, Cuailgne, Cuala, Eibhle, Bladh, and Nar.  It is precisely from the progeny of these according to the records of Ireland, that the race called Brigantes are descended; and the truth is this should be more readily admitted, as Thomasius, in the Latin Dictionary which he has written, says that the Brigantes, that is, the descendants of Broeghan, were an Irish tribe.


A Spanish author named Florianus del Campo, agreeing with the Irish records, says that the Brigantes were Spanish by origin, and that it was from Spain they came to Ireland, and from Ireland they went to Britain.[64]


It continues in reference to the first battle in Ireland:


Scota daughter of the Pharao king of Egypt, also died in that battle—the wife of Érimón s. Míl. For Míl son of. Bile went a-voyaging into Egypt, four ships’ companies strong, and he took Scota to wife, and Érimón took her after him.


This text is incredibly important because it identifies the HaMelech lineage (confirmed in the book entitled King of Kings) without using either the name Nephi or Mulek but has to be that person because there is only one Galam (‘the King– using the Spanish translation) and depending upon which source you read determines the name used for that king. It could not be Broeghan nor Mile because Broeghan was either too old or dead and that Mile is specifically detailed as dying of plague. Clearly Bile was not understood to have come from Egypt earlier and consequently is mixed up with Broeghan and also identified as the father of Bile, when the DNA shows that he could not have been both the head of the Brigantes and the Mile of Spain. Therefore Bile who went a voyaging into Egypt is a first hand account confirming Bile was the one who was in Egypt and came with his people and Scota to Spain. This is incontrovertible proof that Bile was the Mile who came from Egypt to Spain and it was his son Heremon who died in Spain.


Neither Broeghan nor Mile were involved in the invasion of Ireland despite being listed in the Lebor Gabála and the use of Broegan’s ancestry as a means of identifying who Heremon was and how he came to Spain is incorrect.  This is because Mile, who was the HaMelech was a descendant of Joseph who came from Luxor, whilst  the Brigantes were unspecified and were descendants of Broeghan.


The tribe of the Brigantes followed the sons of Mile who went to Ireland first as part of the Irish Invasion fleet.  Later around 430BC the Brigantes were moved out of Ireland as the NaMiles exerted their authority upon their land.  Hence the Brigantes were no longer on maps of northern Galicia[65] (300BC)  and then shown as one of a number of tribes in Ireland by Ptolemy(100BC).  The Brigantes moved east to set up a power base in York (England) and by the time the Romans arrived in England (54BC) were the largest tribal configuration controlling most of the north of England.[66]


Joseph Smith’s translation of the book of Mormon names Mulek as the HaMelech leader because Nephi is reported to have said that he could be called by that name. It was recorded in the Book of Mormon in order to allow an understanding in the years to come otherwise it would not have been put in.


Nick decided that the time had come to look at Galicia again.  What was clear was the documents confirmed a positive response to all issues connecting the Mormon story to northwest Spain and despite his initial reticence he now knew the Mormons came from Judea to Spain and from there to Ireland. The detail was now confirmed in the Lebor Gabála text as authentic and now complete.




The final step on this journey was for Nick to look in Spain in detail, to confirm that it corresponded to those places described in the Book of Mormon.[67]


The place names Nick had found appeared to relate to those places described in the Book of Mormon, but how was that possible when Joseph Smith did not know the land from which they came?  The landscape is not as it was in 600BC and it has changed considerably.  At the time the Mormons were in Galicia, the melt from the Ice Age was still in progress and, as a result, two large lakes still existed.  These were called the East Sea and the Land of Waters, or West Sea in the Book of Mormon.  The West Sea has now drained, together with the East Sea, into the Bay of Biscay, via the Minho River[68] and other rivers which permeates the whole basin.[69]


Both of these lakes can be seen in the map of North America Migration and they have now disappeared almost completely as they have drained into the sea.   They may have been much bigger in 600BC and are now simply Ice Age elements of the story that have failed to be recognised by those who may have looked before.  The shape of the land has also been changed as a result of the earthquakes and seismic activity, forcing the land up in the area of the East Sea, which emptied the lake and removed most of the elements that might have once existed.  However, the place names have flourished and the area has water in abundance in the Western Sea area.  The tell-tale rivers that drained the land are still there, along with the basins left by the lakes,[70] whilst the areas along the Eastern Sea have been dry now for several millennia, but once were green and supported much life.  The topography is recognisable even to untrained eyes.

Lake site today north of Lugo using


Those who were part of this movement of people left their names in the villages that they occupied.  There are, at the last count, 28 Murias’s (Murias place names), 119 Lama village names (Place Name Connections), for those who had Lamanite connections and 17 NaMile connected names (Ghamile Place Name Connections) – shown in blue, green and yellow.  These names were left there by those who occupied the land and had homes there.


The Castro of the King was where Mulek settled on the edge of the lake, called Mulek by Joseph Smith in his translation.  It controlled the way to the North across an open low lying stretch of land called the ‘narrow neck of land’[71] in the Book of Mormon.  Consequently the ‘Castro de Rei’ occupied a position on the land between the East and West Sea and was built first.  The fact that a Castro was named after the King shows how names have an ability to stick in the landscape.  It was of course a local translation of HaMelech and identified the King who lived there.  Due to the prominent position and feuding tribes it meant living there became a liability which led to their eventual decision to migrate when the so called Lamanites returned to their land.  Mulek decided before he died of plague to migrate north to Coaňa and his sons went from there to Ireland.


Living at this time in history (600BC) was not easy.  What it showed Nick was the spread of the people and civilisation across this area of Spain that started around 683BC.  That was when the Jews started to come to Spain, well before the first attack by Nebuchadnezzar on the temple in Jerusalem (605BC), when the later conquest (597BC) ended in the final sacking of Jerusalem in 587BC.


The Nephites appeared in Spain first in the Book of Mormon at the time of the general exodus from the Holy Land.  Spain provided land to support the development of a culture that was extensive and open to migration, because the land was virtually unoccupied.  Spain was the largest Hebrew settlement outside of the Holy Lands long before Jesus arrived in Judea.  The Book of Mormon starts with Lehi and his brethren as they profess to be Christian – a concept that is highly unlikely and pursued by Joseph Smith in his translation and adaption of the Book of Mormon.


The expression ‘city’, as written in the Book of Mormon,[72] is not how we would see it today.  Nick understood a city to be large and full of people using permanent habitation.  In the Book of Mormon, the city was little more than a fortified village.  Words used by Joseph Smith were clearly inappropriate, but they were his best translation that his limited vision could give to the concept of permanence, either through design, or God’s will.


Nick also understood that, in those first few years, the tribes fought one and other for dominance of the territory, before most of the would be Kings of Spain were wiped out at the Battle in Cumorah and a massive earthquake, similar to the one in Lisbon (in 1755AD.) destroyed much of the existing infrastructure  The date of the giant earthquake, which did this, is unknown, but it could be identifiable by a good qualified seismologist who could track the changed course of rivers such as the Eo, which were connected, at one stage, to the Eastern Sea in Galicia.  Nick thought it highly likely to have been between 377BC and 370BC, when two major earthquakes were recorded.


There was much in the Book of Mormon that was clearly very wrong and Nick was not going to spend more time on that.  He would concentrate upon those elements that were right and one of them was confirmation of the survival of King Mulek.


Mulek does not get a very big part in the Book of Mormon, but he is mentioned and documented.[73]  What is clear is that Mulek was the royal blood line of the Kings of Judea and the omission of his death in the Book of Mormon is because he dies in what is described as Northern territory in Spain, where the so called Mulekites had moved to.  He does not stay in Galicia and his death using his Irish name Galam is recorded in the Lebor Gabála.  He is described as dying from plague prior to departing to Ireland.  His son also moves to the North and it is probably to Coaňa, which was on the Navia River, next to Galicia.  Coaňa was outside of the area of Mormon activity and a refuge from the warring kingdoms to the west where it later developed into a large fortification, before the Romans destroyed it as part of their Punic Wars.


After Mulek died, his son Helamon, called Heremon in the Lebor Gabála, was the ancestor of the NaMile,[74] who created the Irish ancestry, taking the blood line of King David with him.  That blood line is recorded in the Books of Mormon[75] in a number of places and becomes the Hamill blood line, not as a son of Nial of the Nine Hostages, but much earlier as the Hamills do not have the M222 marker associated with all those who survived Magh Tuireadh in Ireland in 308BC.


Mulek’s death, and where he died, is not stated in the Book of Mormon, but is witness, by the DNA we have today in the Hamill DNA and in text in the Lebor Gabála.  His name, Mulek HaMelech, and its identification as the king’s son, confirms that the blood line survived, hence the King of Spain, Mulek HaMelech, is correctly given the title by the Mormons, which they incorrectly attributed to American territory and were consequently disregarded by the academic historical elite.


The Book of Mormon is clearly wrong in many places, because it has been copied from unconfirmed plates, without understanding its context and has been applied to America, where, I am afraid to say, it has absolutely no validity in regards to the time line, or actual locations given.  The chronology is not precise and it does not fit what happened in real life in Spain.  As you go through the Book, you realise that there is no correlation between the summary on each chapter and the text displayed.  To suggest it is a translation is highly misleading. Consequently, there is no reason to believe the statements as to the places in America or the dates, for which there is no supporting evidence.  In practice, they have been made to fit the text and there is nothing in these chapters to believe when applied to North America, the United States or any of its territories.


That said, taken with the other information, Helamon, who writes his own book in the Book of Mormon, conveys first-hand accounts of his actions and adversaries along with Nephi.  Given that we now know Nephi arrived in Spain, and not America, around 606BC, we must also assume that the correct dating starts around 618BC, based upon the Nephites’ own testimony.  They had all long disappeared before the Romans arrived and the Roman maps and abortive use of names that were derivatives of the original names, tell us the story is well before the Roman period in Spain (Lemavi, Limici, Neri).[76]  Indeed, all the maps show remains of people whom the Mormon book calls Lamanite tribal names and others who have since morphed into oblivion by 300BC.  The Isaiah prophecy overturn three times is complete by 308BC when the NaMiles are eventually eliminated from history by the Battle of Magh Tuireadh in Ireland.

Sarria Tower in Galicia

Many names have changed, but Zarahemla of the Book of Mormon has become Sarria today and it has grown into a medium sized town, south of Lugo in Galicia.  The market where Nephi lived is still there[77], as is a tower on the site.  Cumorah is a ruin on a hill in the north and it had become an absolute ruin by the time that the Romans arrived.  This is no idle claim, but one that nails the events written about it in the Book of Mormon, together with a host of archaeology going back to 600BC, in many hundreds of archaeological sites across the land.  It is a lost civilisation that is looking for its roots and those roots are in Judea, through the Judean exilarchs.  Galicia is where the so called Lost Tribe of Israel went.  There is no indication of any pre-Christian element, but there is archaeology to support Jewish practices, including those that we have already discussed in stone workings across the territory (see Master North American Migration Map).  These practices were carried on by those who left for North America.


There are references to Jerusalem in the Books of Mormon and it is an assumption by Joseph Smith that these references to Jerusalem are about times long before, in order to fit his imagined time-line.  This is not correct, since those who arrived in Galicia had come from Jerusalem and Judea only a few years before and this was a well-worn path for exilarchs applicable at, and close to the time of writing.  What the Book provides is a lot of background knowledge that is missing from the historical record and is, therefore, of huge assistance in our search for historical truth.  The Book of Mormon must, therefore, be re-assessed and categorised according to its historical content and merit.  The dating is wrong and so is the chronology, but the content has elements of truth of huge value to historians, who still have not put two and two together.  Some are starting to suspect the truth that these documents now tell us that the Celts of Europe, East and West, both came to Europe from one family out of Judea, having escaped from the Babylonians.  They are looking for the complicated answer, when the obvious one is there before them and is as yet unseen.


The HaMelech family who escaped, divided in two, led to the same DNA developing in both Galicia and where the source of the Danube is found.  They were drawn to the Danube area by their religious practices and they developed into a large and profitable organisation, which became known as the Ashkenazi Jews.  They were deeply religious and connected to the old ways and the one God.


Those who lived in Asturias believed in a different form of the one God, who emanated out of nature and the things which were valued without concern for the cost.  It was hardly surprising that when the Romans came along, they looked down on such a way of living.


Those people who left Judea could tell that Nebuchadnezzar was going to invade the country and people left the safety of their homes to go to Spain and Germany on a perilous sea voyage.  The destination was known as Tarsus (in Spain) and it became the new Eldorado of the developing world.  It was a world where a man could be himself and he could worship his own God free of corruption and that was what those who were Jews were looking for.  It was religious and spiritual freedom for both groups of people – the people of Nick’s family.


There are some absurd concepts in the Book of Mormon that would only work in Victorian America, which have filtered down from yesterday’s Wild West.  For instance, there is the claim that Jesus came to America and preached to the faithful of the Church.  This so called evidence is damning in its absurdity and it would be a very good reason for any Mormon to reconsider their position now that the truth is before them.  They have been asked to believe, but that is not required now.  Their faith is beyond doubt.  Some might accuse the Mormons of foolishness in following the words of Joseph Smith, but in the absence of scientific evidence, it is better to believe in God rather than not to and all good men do believe in God, or the Divine Spirit.  A man, such as Joseph Smith, like a modern day satellite channel salesman, may prey upon such blind faith, but he is now shown for his real worth.  Those who follow the Mormon path may now understand that they have done their work and now God will tell them what to do.  They must pray upon the issue and act accordingly. This has always been the way and will be the way in the future. This is an event that was always going to happen one day they know that.


The Lamanites destroyed the Nephites in 424BC at the Battle of Cumorah in the Book of Mormon, long before the Romans arrived with their Punic wars.  The great debate is about where the Mormons came from and went.  There is not a single reference to America in the Books of Mormon, which was an assumption made by Joseph Smith after he had tried to persuade people that the American tribes were Israelites.  Having failed at that, his focus moved elsewhere.  The books do not say that the Mormons came to America and that statement can be reassessed, along with his understanding of dark skinned people.[78]


The North American Indians have European ancestry going back to Israel, this is certain.  In that respect, Joseph Smith was right, but not through his famous book proving the statement.  The problem is that at every stage someone can come out of the woodwork and argue that there is no proven continuity.  Proven continuity is no longer required because the DNA proves the point and the facts speak for themselves.  Mulek was the HaMelech of the Judean royal crown and the twenty years between arriving in Spain 607AD and leaving for Ireland 586BC, is covered by the three people (Mulek, Helaman known as Nephi and his son Helaman, also known for a year as Nephi).  If Helaman, from the Book of Mormon, was not the same as the Heremon who invaded Ireland, the continuity is in the DNA that connect Mulek to NaMile via a further son.


What Nick had been looking for is the genealogy that confirms an already provable point.  He sought evidence of Mulek and his son, Helaman, also known as Heremon, was the genetic lineage of Hezekiah.  That has now been delivered by the Mormon gospel and also confirmation that the patriarch of the tribe was Joseph.[79]  However, the story continues as you sit and think about the consequences for the Church of the Latter Day Saints, as Nick did.  He understood that this story did not stop there, because it continues and the followers of the Mormon Church rightly deserve the truth.



As you sit and think matters through, you may, or may not agree with Nick.  How did Joseph Smith translate the plates, when he did not speak any Egyptian, have any knowledge of Egypt, Ireland or Spain?  How did he know the names of the places in the maps and come to the conclusions that he did?  If he had made it all up, he would have got all of the names wrong, not just of the people, but of the places involved in Spain, as well as Judea.  We know his translation of names is not wholly correct, but it has differences that cannot be justified as a guess.  In consequence Joseph Smith had to have played his part as ‘a prophet’ in the construction of this story.


Joseph Smith came from out of town New York.  How did he fool 150 million people with his translation of the plates and, at the same time create a book that is devoid of major faults.  Now the Church has met its maker, because Jesus has, at last, really come again and is waiting for an answer to the question he will ask the leadership when they meet.


Nick will tell you that the answer lies in what happened in America in those days when Joseph Smith was handed the plates by a North American Indian.  Smith must have found out about them, copied them and gave the plates back some time later, where they were re-hidden again not far from the Mormon homestead.  That is where they are today, or they may have been taken to Arizona by those who became the Hopi.  It was the ancestors of the Hopi who came from Spain with their sacred plates when the first people left Spain in 426BC.


The Mormons now live close to the Hopi Indians, near Salk Lake City, and the petroglyphs of Albuquerque.  They were also part of the exodus recorded in the Mormon tablets in 426BC and 401BC, who arrived in Skellig Michael, where some remained at the same time as those who came from Spain and Germany were migrating across the world.  They left Europe at a time of famine and tribal wars and came home to America as the derivative of their German name the Anasazi,[80] when they arrived in the Hudson River.

Anasazi petroglyph North America

The story of how the plates got there is a mystery of life, in that Joseph Smith was wrong about his translation, in that the place where it all happened was not in America.  It was across the waters of the Mediterranean from Judea in Spain where you might, in the very least, expect them to be.  The wise man of the tribe, who ‘lent’ him the plates, knew how to pronounce the names because, unlike Smith, he had learnt them by heart over a lifetime, like all spoken ancient traditions.  Consequently, the names were, on the whole right, along with the place names.  The addition of a second long sea voyage had made it into the translation of the Book of Mormon, although not understood in the context of Ether 6-11.[81]  No detail is provided and it is possible to see that the plates were physically mixed up in the order at some stage in the translation process.


The second and third migrations, which set up America with those who became known as the Native Americans, were documented by those who wrote the plates and were hugely successful.  Those who read the Book of Mormon have simply ignored the consequences of the 5,400 people who first arrived in America, leaving via the sea to the West in Hagoth’s large boat.[82]  


The evidence of this huge and successful civilisation that came and went in Spain, is in the land and buildings we now call Galicia.  They went to America via the Azores[83] – a place they named after the valley in which they hid their Ark before leaving.  Azores correct name in Spanish is Acores[84] and it is a direct take from the Ancares, where they left their most valuable object to await its collection in the course of time.  The Mormons, who left Spain to go to America, left their God behind in the foothills of Guillen and that is why there are no North American Indians who believe in anything other than the Great Spirit.  That is why they believe that the great white man will come again at this time.  He will guide them to understand the truth and ‘translate’ what they hold. That time is here and now and they are waiting.


The Mormons know their fate and it is more complicated, because they know that their past plays its part, but cannot prove, or understand it, until now.  They have been looking for their reason to be for approaching two hundred years and they are now in their end of days period.  Galicia is where the Mormon Church must look for their faith and act according to it.  God gave Joseph Smith those plates, because that was part of God’s plan that would ensure the survival of a royal son who would enact His will.  Joseph Smith was an unwitting pawn in the game of life.  His angel was none other than the holy man from the tribe, who listened to the Divine Spirit who guided him.  The Mormons must now complete their work and turn back from what they have been teaching for two hundred years.  If they do not, they, too, will be destroyed by their own hands.  God gave them their position as the true faithful and they must now drop their faith in a man who has proven to be a fraud and follow God’s true word which was written down in the wrong order, in order for it to remain hidden until now.  The word of God the Divine Spirit has come to them through revelation and they cannot ignore it.  Joseph Smith was a prophet, but he got it wrong and he must now pay the price for following his own ego.


The major places, which were inhabited before the Romans arrived in Galicia, were in Cumorah,[85] where the battle took place and Zarahemla,[86] where the tower stands (Sarria).[87]  They will be found when a proper investigation is mounted in those places and the right people go to see them.  Archaeology requires archaeologists to confirm the past and not rely solely upon undying faith.  It is unusual for lost civilisations to surface, unless you look in the right place.  That time is now, because they will see the light that will shine into their hearts and they will rejoice that their time has come for the Latter Days.


The plates arrived in North America, because they came via Egypt and Spain and they had connections to Ireland along the way.  The Irish connection came to Nick when he was watching the news and Mark Hamill, the old Obi-Wan Kenobi, of Star Wars fame, showed up unexpectedly on a video at the top of Skellig Michael[88] in the west coast of Ireland, not very long ago.  Nick recognised the name Hamill[89] on the news, together with the stone work and he realised that the people had met there when Heremon’s brother, Heber, had been buried long before recorded history began.


Even the Star Wars trilogy is touched by this story and, not by coincidence – everything is connected whether we like to see it or not.  Nick found the link which tied it all together before the movie came out and he tracked it all back.  He realised that there was also a stone with the Mormon plates, which came with the Ark.  Someone else would bring the Ark to him, because he could not do that and his destiny was calling.  Now he would sit and wait.  He had waited a lifetime for this moment.  He now knew the Ark would come to him.  It is the Divine Will that cannot be avoided.  No-one can avoid it and God the Divine Spirit had told him that his arrival would be marked in the heavens with a sign.



This is the historical, scientific and physical proof you seek.


It was his life.


Listen only to God the Divine Spirit


He has returned for his crown


He carries a sword on his thigh


Listen to him


Call him King of Kings and Lord of Lords.


His name is Ogmion.


His time has come.





No.                                        A          List of Kings John O’Hart                 BC        Correct List                                     Yrs                  From              To             Monarch

1.                                           H.         Heber and Heremon, jointly              1699      Heremon NaMile                            1                      -586                 -585                 M1

2.                                           E.         Heremon, alone,                                  1698      Heber Donn NaMile                         1                      -586                 -585                 M1

3.                                           E          Muimne  )                                                          Heber Fionn                                     1                      -586                 -585                 M1

4.                                           E.         Luighne  ) Three Brothers                   1683      Heremon NaMile                              5                      -585                 -570                 M2

5.                                           E.         Laighean )                                                         Three brothers                                  3                      -570                 -567                 M3-5

6.                                           H.         Er            )                                                          Er Orba Fearon NaMile                   0                      -567                 -567                 M6-8

7.                                           H.         Orb   a) Four Brothers                         1680      Orba NaMile                                     0                      -567                 -567                 M6-8

8.                                           H.         Feron)                                                                Fearon NaMile                                  0                      -567                 -567                 M6-8

9.                                           H.         Fergna)                                                              Feargna                                             0                      -567                 -567                 M9

10.                                         E.         Irial Faidh                                             1680      Irial Faidh NaMile                            0                      -567                 -557                 M10

11.                                         E.         Ethrail                                                   1670      Ethrial NaMile                                  0                      -557                 -537                 M11

12.                                         H.         Conmaol                                               1650      Conmaol NaMile                              30                    -571                 -541                 M12

13.                                         E.         Tighearnmas                                        1620      Tigernmas NaMile                            7                      -537                 -530                 M13

14.                                         L.         Eochaidh Edghothach                          1543      Enbotha/Eoachaidh                           4                      -557                 -553                 M14

15.                                         I.          Cearmna )                                                          Artrach NaMile                                20                    -572                 -552                 M15

16.                                         I.          Sobhrach ) Two Brothers                    1532      Cearma NaMile                                20                    -552                 -532                 M16

17.                                         H.         Eochaidh Faobhar Glas                       1492      Eochaidh Faobhar Glas NaMile       20                    -541                 -521                 M17

                                                                                                                                      Mo Febhis (son)                                20                    -521                 -501                

18.                                         E.         Fiacha Labhrainn                                 1472      Fiacha Labhrainn NaMile                24                    -530                 -506                 M18

19.                                         H.         Eochaidh Mumha                                 1448      Eochaidh Mumha                              21                    -501                 -480                 M19

20.                                         E.         Aeneas Olmucach                               1427      Aeneas Olmucach NaMile               18                    -506                 -488                 M20

21.                                         H.         Main                                                     1409      Eanna Airgthach NaMile                 27                    -480                 -453                 M21

22.                                         E.         Rothactach                                           1382      Rothactach NaMile                           25                    -488                 -463                 M22

23.                                         I.          Sedna                                                    1357      Sedna NaMile                                   5                      -532                 -527                 M23

24.                                         I.          Fiacha Fionn Scothach                         1352      Fiacha Fionn Scothach NaMile        20                    -527                 -507                 M24

25.                                         H.         Munmoin                                              1332      Munmoin NaMile                              5                      -453                 -448                 M25

26.                                         H.         Fauldergoid                                          1327      Fauldergoid NaMile                          7                      -448                 -441                 M26

27.                                         I.          Ollam Fodhla                                        1317      Ollam Fodhla NaMile                       30                    -507                 -477                 M27

28.                                         I.          Finachta                                                1277      Finachta NaMile                               20                    -477                 -457                 M28

29.                                         I.          Slanoll                                                   1257      Slanoll Namile                                   15                    -457                 -442                 M29

30.                                         I.          Gead Ollghothach                                1240      Gead Ollghothach NaMile               17                    -442                 -425                 M30

31.                                         I.          Fiachu                                                   1228      Fiachu Namile                                   30                    -425                 -395                 M31

32.                                         I.          Bergna                                                  1208      Bergna NaMile                                 12                    -395                 -383                 M32

33.                                         I.          Oilioll                                                    1196      Oilioll NaMile                                   16                    -383                 -367                 M33

34.                                         E.         Siorna Saobach                                    1180      Siorna Saobach NaMile                    21                    -463                 -442                 M34

35.                                         H.         Rotheachta                                           1030      Rotheachta NaMile                           7                      -441                 -434                 M35

36.                                         H.         Eiliomh Ollhionach                              1023      Eiliomh Ollhionach NaMile              1                      -434                 -433                 M36

37.                                         E.         Gialchadh                                             1022      Gialchadh NaMile                            9                      -442                 -433                 M37

38.                                         H.         Art Imleach                                          1013      Art Imleach NaMile                         22                    -433                 -411                 M38

39.                                         E.         Nuadas Fionnfail                                  1001      Nuadas Fionnfail NaMile                 20                    -433                 -413                 M39

40.                                         H.         Bres Rioghachta                                   961        Bres Rioghachta NaMile                  9                      -411                 -402                 M40

41.                                         L.         Eochaidh Apach                                  952        Eochaid Apach                                 1                      -315                 -314                 M41

42.                                         I.          Fionn NaMile                                       951        Fionn NaMile                                    20                    -367                 -347                 M42

43.                                         H.         Seidnae Innaridh                                  929        Seidnae Innaridh NaMile                 20                    -402                 -382                 M43

44.                                         E.         Sioman Breac                                       909        Sioman Breac NaMile                      6                      -413                 -407                 M44

45.                                         H.         Duach Fionn                                         903        Duach Fionn NaMile                        5                      -382                 -377                 M45

46.                                         E.         Muredach Bolgrach                             893        Muredach Bolgrach NaMile            4                      -407                 -403                 M46

47.                                         H.         Eanna Dearg                                        892        Eanna DeargNaMile                        12                    -377                 -365                 M47

48.                                         H.         Lughaidh Iardhonn                              880        Lughaidh Iardhonn NaMile              9                      -365                 -356                 M48

49.                                         I.          Siorlamh                                               871        Siorlamh NaMile                               16                    -347                 -331                 M49

50.                                         H.         Eochaidh                                              855        Eochaidh NaMile                              12                    -356                 -344                 M50

51.                                         E.         Eochaidh Framhuine                            843        Eochaidh Framhuine NaMile           5                      -403                 -398                 M51

52.                                         H.         Lughaidh                                              838        Lughaidh NaMile                              7                      -344                 -337                 M52

53.                                         E.         Conang Beag-eaglach                         831        Conang Beag-eaglach NaMile         10                    -398                 -388                 M53

54.                                         H.         Art                                                        811        Art NaMile                                        6                      -337                 -331                 M54

55.                                         E.         Fiacha Tolgrach                                   805        Fiacha Tolgrach NaMile                  7                      -388                 -381                 M55

56.                                         H.         Olioll Fionn                                           795        Olioll Fionn NaMile                          9                      -331                 -322                 M56

57.                                         H.         Eochaidh                                              784        Eochaidh NaMile                              7                      -322                 -15                   M57

58.                                         I.          Argeadmar                                           777        Argeadmar NaMile                          23                    -331                 -308                 M58

59.                                         E.         Duach Ladhrach (Duach the Dark)   747        Duach Ladhrach (Duach the Dark)10                    -318                 -308                 M59

60.                                         H.         Lughaidh                                              737        Lughaidh Lagha                                7                      -315                 -308                 M60

                                                           Battle of Magh Tuireadh North                         Nuada Lamhairgid De Danann        0                      -308                 -308                

                                                                                                                                      Bres Mac Eltain (Eochaidh)             7                      -308                 -301                

                                                                                                                                      Nuada Lamhairgid De Danann)      13                    -301                 -288                

                                                                                                                                      Lugh Lamhfada (Lugh)                    4                      -288                 -284                

                                                           Battle of Magh Tuireadh South                         Eochaidh Ollathar (Daghda Mor)    7                      -284                 -277                

61.                                         I.          Aodh Ruadh                                         730        Aodh Ruadh 1st King of Ulster        21                    -277                 -256                 M61

62.                                         I.          Dithorba                                               730        Dithorba                                            21                    -256                 -235                 M62

63.                                         I.          Cimbaeth                                              730        Cimbaeth                                           21                    -235                 -214                 M63

64.                                         I.          Macha Mongrua                                  667        Queen of Ulster Macha Mongrua    7                      -214                 -207                 M64-1

65.                                         H.         Reachtaidh Righdhearg                       658        Reachtaidh Righdhearg                    20                    -207                 -187                 M65

66.                                         E.         Ughaine Mor                                        633        Ughaine Mor                                     40                    -207                 -167                 M66

67.                                         E.         Bancadh                                               598        Badhbhchadh                                    0                      -167                 -167                 M67

68.                                         E.         Laeghaire Lorc                                    593        Laeghaire Lorc                                 2                      -167                 -165                 M68

69.                                         E.         Cobthatch Caol-bhreagh                      591        Cobthatch Caol-bhreagh                   50                    -167                 -117                 M69

70.                                         E.         Labhra Longseach                               541        Labhra Longseach                            10                    -120                 -110                 M70

71.                                         E.         Melg Molbhthach                                 522        Melg Molbhthach                              7                      -117                 -110                 M71

72.                                         H.         Mogh Corb                                           505        Mogh Corb                                        8                      -117                 -109                 M72

73.                                         E.         Aenas Ollamh                                      498        Aenas Ollamh                                   18                    -110                 -92                   M73

74.                                         E.         Iaran Gleofathach                               480        Iaran Gleofathach                            7                      -110                 -103                 M74

75.                                         H.         Fear Corb                                             473        Fear Corb                                          10                    -109                 -99                   M75

76.                                         E.         Conla Caomh                                        462        Conla Caomh                                     4                      -103                 -99                   M76

77.                                         E.         Olioll Cas-fiaclach                               442        Olioll Cas-fiaclach                            25                    -99                   -74                   M77

78.                                         H.         Adhamair Foltchaoin                           417        Adhamair Fotchaoin                         5                      -84                   -79                   M78

79.                                         E.         Eochaidh Alt-Leathan                         412        Eochaidh Alt-Leathan                      11                    -74                   -63                   M79

80.                                         E.         Fergus Fortamhail                                397        Fergus Fortamhail                             12                    -66                   -54                   M80

81.                                         E.         AEneas Tuil'meach-Teamrach           384        AEneas Tuil'meach-Teamrach        30                    -63                   -33                   M81

82.                                         E.         Conall Collaimrach                              324        Conall Collaimrach                           6                      -54                   -48                   M82

83.                                         H.         Niadh Seaghamain                               319        Niadh Seaghamain                            7                      -57                   -50                   M83

84.                                         E.         Enna Aigneach                                    312        Enna Aigneach                                 28                    -33                   -5                     M84

85.                                         E.         Crimthann Cosrach                              292        Crimthann Cosrach                           7                      -28                   -21                   M85

86.                                         I.          Ruadhraighe                                         288        Ruadhraighe                                      40                    -51                   -11                   M86-U15

87.                                         H.         Ionnadmhar                                          218        Ionnadmhar                                       5                      -44                   -39                   M87

88.                                         I.          Breasal                                                 209        Breasal                                              12                    -45                   -33                   M88-U17

89.                                         H.         Lughaidh Luaidhne                              198        Lughaidh Luaidhne                           5                      -36                   -31                   M89

90.                                         I.          Congalius - Congal Claroineach          183        Congalius - Congal Claroineach       14                    -33                   -19                   M90-U18

91.                                         H.         Duach Dallta Deaghaidh                     168        Duach Dallta Deaghaidh                  4                      -20                   -16                   M91

92.                                         I.          Fachna Fathach                                    158        Fachna Fathach                                 13                    -15                   -2                     M92-U19

93.                                         E.         Eochaidh Feidlioch                              142        Eochaidh Feidlioch                           12                    -5                     7                      M93

94.                                         E.         Eochy Aireamh                                    130        Eochy Aireamh                                 12                    7                      19                    M94

95.                                         E.         Edersceal                                             115        Edersceal                                          6                      19                    25                    M95

96.                                         E.         Nuadas Necht                                      110        Nuadas Necht                                   1                      25                    26                    M96

97.                                         E.         Conaire Mor                                         109        Conaire Mor                                      46                    25                    71                    M97

                                                                                                                                      Interregnum                                      5                      71                    76                   

98.                                         E.         Lughaidh Sriabh-nDearg                     34          Lughaidh Sriabh-nDearg                  30                    76                    106                  M98

99.                                         E.         Fionn File                                              8            Conchobhar Abhraoldhruaidh          1                      106                  107                  M99

100                                        E.         Crimthann Niadh Nar                          7            Crimthann Niadh Nar                       16                    106                  126                  M100

101.                                       -           Cairbre Cean-Cait FirBolg                   9AD      Caibre Fir Bolg                                  5                      126                  131                  M101

102.                                       E.         Feredach Fionn-feachtnach Nar         14          Feredach Fionn-feachtnach Nar      16                    131                  147                  M102

103.                                       E.         Fiachu Findamnas                                36          Fiachu Findamnas                             25                    128                  153                  M103-U31

104.                                       E.         Fiacha Fionn Ola                                  39          Fiacha Fionn Ola                               27                    147                  174                  M104

105.                                       I.          Elim mac Conrach                               56          Elim                                                   20                    156                  176                  M105 -U33

106.                                       E.         Tuathal                                                 76          Tuathal                                              30                    174                  204                  M106

107.                                       I.          Mal MacRochraidhe                            106        Mal MacRochraidhe                         10                    202                  212                   M107-U38

108.                                       E.         Felim Rachtmar                                    110        Felim Rachtmar                                 9                      204                  213                  M108

109.                                       E.         Felim Fiorglass                                     119        Cathair Mor                                       11                    219                  223                  M109

110.                                       E.         Conn Ceadcathach of 100 Battles       123        Conn Ceadcathach                            34                    213                  247                  M110

111.                                       E.         Conaire Mac Mogha                            157        Conaire Mac Mogha                         8                      247                  255                  M111

112.                                       E.         Art Eanfhear                                        165        Art Eanfhear                                     30                    255                  285                  M112

113.                                       L.         Lughaidh Maccon                                195        Lughaidh Maccon                             14                    285                  299                  M113

114.                                       E.         Fergus Gallen                                       225        Fergus                                                8                      285                  293                   M114-U42

115.                                       E.         Cormac Mac Airt                                 226        Cormac Mac Airt                              40                    285                  325                  M115

116.                                       E.         Achaius Gunnatt                                  266        Achaius Gunnatt                               16                    293                  309                  M116-U43

117.                                       E.         Cairbre-Lifeachar                               267        Cairbre-Lifeachar                            17                    325                  342                  M117

118.                                       L.         Fothadh Cairpeach )                            284        Fothadh Cairpeach (38)                    1                      342                  342                  M118

119.                                       L.         Fothadh Airgtheach ) Brothers            284        Fothadh Airgtheach (38)                  1                      342                  342                  M119

120.                                       E.         Fiacha Srabhteine                                285        Fiacha Srabhteine                             37                    342                  379                  M120

121.                                       E.         Colla Uais                                             322        Colla Uais - Clan-Colla (5)               4                      379                  383                  M121

122.                                       E.         Muredeach Tireach                             326        Muredeach                                        30                    383                  413                  M122

123.                                       I.          Caelbhadh                                            356        Caelbhadh (Synch M)                       1                      413                  414                  M123

124.                                       E.         Eochaidh Muigh Mendhoin                 357        Eochaidh Muigh Mendhoin              8                      413                  421                   M124-43

125.                                       E.         Criomhthann                                         365        Criomhthann                                      13                    414                  427                  M125

126.                                       E.         Niall Mor                                             378        Nial Mor                                           27                    421                  448              M126

127.                                       E.         Dathi                                                     405        Dathi                                                  23                    448                  471                   M127





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[1]  Helaman

[2]  Zarahemla

[3]  Book of Mormon

[4]  Land of Promise

[5]  Cement

[6]  Poisonous snakes

[7]  Lamanites

[8]  Mulek

[9]  Heremon, page 7.

[10]  Nephite kingdom.

[11]  Early maps.

[12]  Mulek went

[13]  Seashore

[14]  West sea

[15]  North American Indians

[16]  Armaments of the period.

[17]  Great Spirit,11,18,26,28?lang=eng&clang=eng#p1

[18]  Took his life

[19]  300BC,

[20]  King of the World

[21]  Azores

[22]  To America see links at bottom of page

[23]  Nephi3

[24]  In the chapter

[25]  Book of Alma

[26]  Tower of Hercules

[27]  Jacob1 v.9-11.

[28]  Mother

[29]  Mosiah

[30]  In order.

[31]  Hezekiah  Helaman ch.8, v21.

[32]  Ever have

[33]  Until recently

[34]  New York,-7.6837568,3a,75y,210.61h,91.44t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sdeWHQCKAGEGz26-t1A7lNw!2e0!!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en

[35]  America  Mormon records.

[36]  Dark skinned people  Alma ch.3, v.6.

[37]  Red  Alma ch.3, v4.

[38]  Cement

[39]  Equally impressive  page 16(6).

[40]  Earthquakes

[41]  33AD

[42]  Judea

[43]  Alpide belt

[44]  Martin-Gonzales et all

[45]  Seismic date

[46]  My people   1 Nephi ch.9. v.3.

[47]  Christ is born

[48]  Anyone else

[49]  Suez Canal

[50]  Jerusalem in 587BC  Helaman ch.8, v20

[51]  Ether 9: 19  Ether ch.9, v.19.

[52]  Spain  Hannibul Barca Military Genius, Adel Beshara.

[53]  Its name

[54]  Finisterre

[55]  Sada,_Galicia

[56]  Book of Mormon  Ether 9. ch.30-34.

[57]  Ora Maritima

[58]  Dearth in the land

[59]  Nephi

[60]  596BC

[61]  587BC

[62]  Lebor Gabála folio 72.

[63]  Lebor Gabala folio 72. Continued.

[64]  Of the family

[65]  Galicia The Brigantini are not the Brigantes but descendants.

[66]  England

[67]  Book of Mormon

[68]  Minho River

[69]  Whole basin

[70]  Lakes,-7.477497,3a,60y,320.21h,90t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1ssr5EN


[71]  Narrow neck of land

[72]  Book of Mormon

[73]  And Documented

[74]  NaMiles sons

[75]  Book of Mormon   Details of Mulekites.

[76]  Lemavi, Lemici, Neri

[77]  Still there

[78]  Dark Skinned People

[79]  Joseph

[80]  Anasazi

[81]  Ether 6.11

[82]  Large Boat

[83]  Azores

[84]  Acores

[85]  Cumorah

[86]  Zarahemla

[87]  Tower stands foundations next to where the market stands. The tower was rebuilt again in the 15th century and the market is now next door.

[88]  Skellig Michael

[89]  Hamill  may it be with you too.

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