It is my understanding Teia is a nickname for Tamar, based on three notations from JAHTruth –
From: THIS IS A GREAT MYSTERY: MARRIAGE GUIDANCE
“When the nation eventually split and both kingdoms were finally deported, the resulting wars caused very great damage to both Zion and Jerusalem. Under the decree of Cyrus, only Jerusalem and the Temple were re-built by the returning remnant, and the reason is surely this: there was no longer a king to occupy Zion, for the Royal House of David was even then being established in the Isles of the West, where the Stone of Destiny - the Throne of David and the “Tender Twig” (king Zedekiah’s daughter Tamar “Teia” Tephi) had been taken and “planted” (Jer. 1:10) by Jeremiah the Prophet (the Ollamh Fodhla of Irish history).”
From: THE MASTER’S PLAN
“The line of kings from David to Zedekiah is recorded in the Bible. Zedekiah was the last king before the final captivity of the Kingdom of Judah, and he was carried away with his people into Babylon where he later died. His sons were slain in another Satanic attempt to wreck the Plan of God by bringing to an end the Royal House of David. Inheritance in Israel was allowed to come down through the female line, The Law being non-Salic (Num. 27:1-11). In this point The Law was in contrast to the heathen Salic law. It is known that Jeremiah took the daughters of Zedekiah to Egypt (Jer. 43:6-7). This took place in 588 B.C. Irish History of the sixth century is rich in ancient records regarding a holy man who came from Egypt via Spain, whose title was Ollamh Fodhla. He brought with him an eastern princess named Tamar “Teia” Tephi, and a great chest or box. Among other things, the party brought with them a sacred stone. The princess was married to Eochaidh the Heremon (head king) of Ireland, from whom the Scottish kings descended, and thence, our own Royal House, which still bears the emblem of the lion of Judah, and the harp of David. There is much evidence to support the foregoing, both in the secular and sacred pages.”
From: The Lia Fail - Bethel Stone
“The other tells how (in 583 BC - 700 years after Gathelus and Scota) Jeremiah brought king Zedekiah’s daughter Tamar “Teia” (Tea) Tephi and the Stone of Destiny - Jacob’s Pillar (Bethel) used as the Coronation Stone by the Pharez (Golden Lion) branch of Judah from Jerusalem to Ireland, via Egypt, Gibraltar, Spain and Cornwall and that after more than a thousand years at Tara, it was brought to Dunadd in Western Scotland (the Eastern Dalriada) by Fergus Mor mac Erc in c. 500 AD.”
Tamar seems to be a family name:
Tamar was the mother of Judah’s sons Pharez and Zarah. The story is in Genesis 38. She is mentioned in the 1 Chronicles and the Book of Ruth.
2 Samuel 13:1 And it came to pass after this, that Absalom the son of David had a fair sister, whose name [was] Tamar; and Amnon the son of David loved her.
There is a location also called Temar:
Ezekiel 47:19 And the south side southward, from Tamar [even] to the waters of strife [in] Kadesh, the river to the great sea. And [this is] the south side southward.
Tamar means date, the fruit, from the date palm.
Teia Tephi tells us her name in the Book of Teia Tephi:
“…Hail,” I said, “to The Rock that shall never be overthrown By the sea, but shall stand its warder, a keeper of many ways To guard the treasures of ocean; and unto this town be praise. Though its name (Melcarth) be abomination, yet here is a shelter found, And space for our feet to tread on, that weary long for the ground, And welcome from tongues that are near our own, and an open heart To hear The Cause of our coming, and bless us ere we depart. Upon Elier God send blessing! Yea, as a lofty tree Be his fourscore years an hundred to hold the Gate of the Sea… This is the blessing of Tephi.” Then he and his sons arose. And cried my name, but their lips spoke strangely, and might not close. On its sound, for, “Teia, Teia, Teia,” these GAD ites cried. And, “Teia, Teia, Teia,” the voice of their Rock replied.