"...The Lia Fail Stone was never returned to Ireland, but, as prophesied, stayed in Scotland where all of the Scottish kings were crowned on it up to 1296 A.D. After Fergus the Great was crowned on the Lia Fail it was moved from Dunadd to Iona around A.D. 563, which is the same year that Columba arrived in Iona; then from Iona to Dunstaffnage near Oban and then later still to Scone near Perth.
"In 843 A.D., Kenneth Mac Alpin was crowned on the Lia Fail Stone as the first King of the United Kingdom of the Picts and the Scots. One of his first acts as King was to found a church at Scone (near Perth, Scotland) because it was there that he had gained his principal victory over the Picts.
"King Kenneth 2nd (d.995 A.D.) had the Stone placed on a wooden pedestal in front of the high altar of the Abbey of Scone.... The ancient Abbey of Scone was destroyed in 1559 A.D. at the time of the Reformation. Today... on Moot Hill (the Hill of Credulity) stands a stone chapel, marking the place where the Stone of Destiny had rested and where the kings of Scotland presided over their Parliaments. According to the official Westminster Abbey Guide (book) - 1918 edition, on page 87, ...
...Edward the 1st of England (Edward "Longshanks" in the film Braveheart) invaded Scotland and removed the Stone to England in 1296 A.D. Edward took The Lia Fail to London where it was placed in Westminster Abbey and all of the kings of England right up to and including George the 6th were crowned on The Stone of Destiny... ...Between the seat and this board is ENCLOSED A STONE, commonly called JACOB'S, or THE FATAL (Lia Fail) MARBLE STONE, which is an oblong of about twenty-two inches in length, thirteen inches broad and eleven inches deep; of a steel colour, mixed with some veins of red. HISTORY RELATES THAT THIS IS THE STONE WHEREON ..