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Tony Farrell Educates Irish Clergy about the Hill of Tara

7 Jul

In his latest letters to the church, Farrell invites Irish clergy to the Hill of Tara so that they can fully comprehend Ireland’s Biblical destiny.

Perhaps when Archbishop Thaddeus Okolo ended his prayer with “we look forward to the Second Coming of Christ”, he didn’t realize he opened the door to receive good news. In exchange for a wafer, Farrell offered him a Joseph’s Booklet explaining that very topic.

Farrell followed up the encounter with a written invitation to a guided tour of the Hill of Tara (Torah), warning him that the pope in Rome should be informed of the communication, as the Irish Bishops’ Conference members were being kept in the loop.

The letter to Okolo was preceded by a few others, as Farrell wrote both church and state.

In April, Farrell scorns Josepha Madigan, the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, about her comment on women making good priests, with “Either through ignorance or possibly arrogance, your public messages on this remain diametrically opposed to Christ’s very own teachings on the matter. In truth, rather than concern yourself with Rome’s Churchianity, so demonstrably on show at Mount Merrion, you should instead embrace Ireland’s True Destiny.”

Madigan received five simple questions to consider, specifically addressing the government’s role in covering the Biblical significance of the Hill of Tara.

In March, Farrell attended the Dublin Church Council’s ecumenical celebration service offering them the good news. And in a follow-up letter, Farrell warns, “The ongoing deceit of both church and state knows no bounds and the great deception must be brought to an end with immediate effect.”

His letters are publicly featured on SleuthER’s Progress – Ireland.

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