... Quoting: APOLLO ILLUMINIST
T Ceti, The Tribe of Dan has been endlessly fascinating to me. As you know, their symbol is the serpent and the scales..
They are not sealed in Revelation cause its assumed. their pagan beliefs had them omitted.
Where are they today? Any guesses?
Yes, they went to France, Ireland, Scotland, Britain, Denmark etc. after the murder of Caesar. The druids bro.
Decimus Junius Brutus Albinus to Bae-DAN and the Picts. The Celtic Druid church.
---------------------------------My Kin and Tribal Research
To every cow belongs its calf," Colum Cille said:
0 God, wilt thou not drive off the fog, which envelopes our number,
The host which has deprived us of our livelihood,
The host which proceeds around the cams'!
He is a son of storm who betrays us.
My Druid,—he will not refuse me,—is the Son of God, and may he side with me;
How grandly he bears his course, the steed of Baedan" before the host;
Power by BaeDAN of the yellow hair will be borne from Ireland on him [the steed]
Sanctus Mauricius O'Baedan
Tech- baoithin was the original or uncorrupted form of the name Taugbboyne, and means ' the house of Baithen ;' and it is ... and his successor in the superintendence of the great ecclesiastical establishment of Iona in the Hebrides.
St. Buadan,89 (now pronounced Euan,) to whom was dedicated the church of Lothra (Lohra), near Loch-Derg-Derc, or Lough-Derg, and not near Loch-Eibh
u Baedan He was the third son of the Monarch, Muircheartach Mor Mac Earca, and became Monarch of Ireland jointly with his nephew, Eochaidh, in the year 566.
The Irish Annals record the death of Baedan MacCoirill, King of Ulster, and a naval expedition at the same year, 580 (An. Ult.; O'Conor)
Baodan, king of Ireland, lived in the 6th century. He ascended the throne about 665, was removed by Colman, son of Dermod, and, vanquished and pursued, he took refuge in a monastery governed by Columba, who afterwards became a Pictish disciple. But even here he was pursued and massacred. Columba, indignant at the violation of the sacred place, demanded vengeance, and raised a crusade which resulted in the death of Colman. The successor of Baodan was Hugh II, or Aodh, son of Immeric. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s. v.
Baithen called Baitan Mor, who also was a contemporary of Columba
Baedan, of Cluain-tuaisceirt, died, 804. = SAINT BEDE
Baedan, son of Muircheartach, joint-king of Ireland, 555, 562, 563.
Baedan, son of N innidh, son of Fearghus Ceannf hoda, slain, 567.
Baeithin, abbot of Beannchair, died, 665.
Baeithin, abbot of Birra, died, 926.
Baeithin, St., son of Brenainn, abbot of IaCholuim-Cille, died, 595.
Baetan, bishop of Inis-Bo-finne, died, 711.
Bactan Mac-Ua-Cormaic, abbot of Cluain-micNois, died, 663.
Baetan, son of Cairell, king of Ulidia, died, 585