Saturday, August 15, 2015
The Germanic, Anglo-Saxon, Scandinavian, Celtic and kindred peoples of European descent are the true biological descendants of the Israelites
One of the most astounding sagas in the history of the world is the story of the peculiar people descended from Adam - and then from his descendants Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob/Israel. They are a people created for a special purpose, to defeat Satan and his children, and to implement the kingdom of the Most High on the earth. These people gave birth to Western Civilization in all its promise and glory, and the story of their achievements and struggles is in many ways the story of modern history.
The name "Adam" is rooted in the Hebrew word "aw-dam", which means "to show blood in the face", "flush or turn rosy", and "red (ruddy)".
Strong's Hebrew word #119:
119 'adam aw-dam' to show blood (in the face), i.e. flush or turn rosy:--be (dyed, made) red (ruddy).
Of all the races on the earth, only the white race is able to show blood in the face and turn red/rosy. The non-white races were created and existed on the earth prior to the creation of Adam. This is why Cain, after being banished from Adam and Eve, was shortly thereafter able to find a wife and build a city.
Could Adam and Eve (or Noah and his wife) have black, white, and asian children? Of course not. That is biologically impossible. Furthermore, the differences between the races could be the result of "mutations" over time, including changes in skin color due to increased sunlight from the habitations of the races on the earth. There are profound differences between the races beyond skin color -- including the structure and shape of the skull and skeleton, making identification of the race of a corpse possible, as well as dramatic differences in intelligence (IQ), creativity/inventiveness, and other personality/character traits.
Largely not until the 18th and 19th centuries AD were the black or asian races concerned with the traditions or religion of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Most of them had no knowledge of these men. Why? Because they did not descend from them.
Around 930 BC, the Israelites split into two separate nations or kingdoms -- the southern Kingdom of Judah (composed of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin), and the northern Kingdom of Israel (composed of the other 10 tribes).
The ten-tribed northern kingdom of Israel turned to idolatry and worship of false gods. Prophets warned her kings of impending doom of the nation as punishment from YHWH. From approximately 740-720 B.C. the nation was conquered by Assyria, and most of it's inhabitants taken captive, deported and resettled in lands north of the kingdom of Assyria, near the Caucasus mountains. Following their release from captivity a few decades later, these Israelites did not return to the land of Judea/Palestine. Over the following centuries, the vast majority of them migrated north and west into modern-day Europe. Along the way, some of them remained for centuries in the area surrounding the Caucasus mountains and along the southern coasts of the Black and Caspian seas (in modern day Turkey, Iran, and southern Russia and Ukraine).
As punishment from YHWH for descending into idolatry, beginning in approximately 600 BC the southern Kingdom of Judah was conquered by the Babylonians, and its inhabitants taken captive to Babylon. Of the millions of Israelites taken captive to Babylon, only around 50,000 returned to Palestine around 536 BC. From this small remnant of Israelites descended the Israelites who inhabited the land of Judea/Palestine at the time of the Messiah. The vast majority (~99%+) of the Israelite people alive in the world were "scattered among the nations" living outside of Judea/Palestine.
The Messiah explicitly said, "I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel." (Matthew 15:24). He commanded his disciples to take his gospel message only to the Israelite people, instructing them when sending them out: "Do not go among the Gentiles or enter any town of the Samaritans. Go rather to the lost sheep of Israel." (Matthew 10:5). In the opening to the book of James, the apostle addresses his letter exclusively to the Israelites, writing: "James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, To the twelve tribes scattered among the nations: Greetings." (James 1:1) James was referring to the Israelites living in various nations and lands all over the world, outside of Judea/Palestine -- including in Greece and other Mediterranean lands, Europe, and elsewhere.
Ample evidence from ancient historians and writings indicate that the Athenian, Spartan, and Greek civilizations were created by tribes of Israelites. At the time of the Israelite Exodus from Egypt (circa 1450 B.C.), not all of the Israelites followed Moses into the Arabian desert. Some Israelites, notably including many of the tribe of Dan, sailed from Egypt in ships. Various Greek historians record that the founders of their civilization came to Greece after being expelled from Egypt. These early Greeks called themselves called themselves "Danaoi"(ie, of the tribe of Dan).
The historian Flavius Josephus reports the reports in 1st century AD that the Israelites are still living in the area where they were taken captive by the Assyrians, saying: "...the entire body of the people of Israel remained in that country [Media]; wherefore there are but two tribes [Judah and Benjamin] in Asia and Europe subject to the Romans, while the ten tribes are beyond Euphrates till now, and are an immense multitude, and not to be estimated by numbers." (Antiquities of the Jews, 11.5.2)
A portion of the Israelite people were known in the Greek tongue as the "Scythians". These "Scythians" were known by other nations as the "Saka", "Sakae", and "Sacae" -- names which are derived from the Hebrew name Isaac.
Multitudes of Israelites remaining in the Mid East for centuries after release from captivity by Assyria and Babylon formed what became known as the Parthian Empire, a loose confederation lead by Israelite tribes which rose to power around 250 B.C. The Parthians fought wars against and defeated the Romans in battle.
As cited above, the Messiah commanded his twelve disciples to take his gospel exclusively to the "lost sheep of Israel" and no other race of people (Matthew 10:5). So where did his disciples travel in spreading the gospel? The apostle Peter wrote letters to dispersed Israelites living in "Asia Minor", the area of modern day Turkey along the southern shore of the Black Sea. Greek historian Metapirastes reports that Peter also traveled to Britain to spread the gospel.
Other Greek historians report that the apostle Andrew preached to people in the land of Scythia (as covered later, the Scots claim they came from Scythia, and claim Andrew as the apostle that taught them the Christian faith!). Greek historians note that Simon the Zealot also traveled to Britain, and died and was buried there. The apostle James, son of Alphaeus, reportedly traveled to Spain, Ireland, and Britain. The Apostle Thomas is reported to have preached to the Parthians. Metapirastes says that the Aspostle Matthew also preached the gospel in Parthia. [source]
A legendary people known as the "Tuatha de Danaan" are recorded as having founded many civilizations -- including the Greek civilization, various civilizations in the Mediterranean, and settling Ireland. These people were none other than the tribe of Dan, the fifth of Jacob/Israel's twelve sons. The Greeks called themselves "Danaoi" for centuries. The Romans called them Danaus.
The ancient name for the island of Ireland of "Hebernia" means "Hebrews new land". The people who inhabit Ireland today migrated to their island home after living for some time in Spain. The ancient name for Spain is "Heberia", meaning "Hebrew's land".
The Danes are of the tribe of Dan, and the nation of Danmark is named after him. The tribe of Dan named various other landmarks after their patriarch -- including the Danube river, Don river, and Danieper river, and hundreds of other landmarks. The Hebrew language is written without vowels, thus the name "Dan" would be written with just the consonants "Dn", with the vowel being substituted in when spoken.
The Saxons are "Isaac's sons" - "Saac's sons". They are descended from "Sythian" tribes who were known as the "Saka", "Sakae", and "Sacae" by the Persians and other ancient cultures. In the 5th century AD, tribes of Saxons, Angles, and Jutes sailed from modern-day northern Germany and Denmark and settled in England.
The German people are closely related to the Nordic peoples of Scandinavia and the British Isles, who are Israelites. Saxony in modern-day German is the homeland of the Saxon people, who are descended from the "Sakae", a tribe of "Scythians" proven to be Israelites. The Saxons are in large part believed to be descended from the tribe of Judah. Scandinavian historians trace the origin of the Nordic Germanic peoples to Odin, who lead them from the Mid East and the area of the Caucasus mountains into their homelands in northern Europe.
The Scottish "Declaration of Arbroath" states that the the race of Scots descended from a people who "journeyed from Greater Sythia" and dwelt in modern-day Spain for some time, and dates their arrival in modern-day Scotland as "twelve hundred years after the people of Israel crossed the Red Sea". The Declaration goes on to say that they were "confirmed in the faith" (Christianity) by the Apostle Andrew (Andrew traveled to the area of Scythia to share the gospel, at that time).
The word "British" derives from Hebrew, meaning "covenant man". The Hebrew word for "covenant" is Beriyth, and the Hebrew for "man" is Iysh. If we take the Hebrew word which means "covenant," and anglicize it, we come up with "Brit". The term "BRIT-ISH" is literally, in Hebrew, "Covenant Man," or "Man of a Covenant."
The people of Wales call themselves, in ancient Welsh, "Bryth y Brithan," which means "Briths of Briton." This means "The Covenanters" of "the land of the Covenant." Much of the Welsh language is identical to ancient Hebrew.
1. The Mysterious Tribe of Dan
2. The Tribe of Dan are the Danes (Denmark) and the Irish
3. Were the Greeks Israelites?
4. The Spartan Israelites - Early Hebrew Migration to Greece
5. People of America and Britain are of the tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh
6. The Tribes of the Israelites and ancient Germans
7. Germany: A branch of Israel
8. The Remnant of Judah Revealed in Germany
9. Where Did the Twelve Apostles Go?
10. "Israel's Fingerprints" by Bertrand Comparet
11. "Historic proof of Israel's Migrations" by Bertrand Comparet
12. "The marks of Israel" by Jack Mohr
13. Ancient Hebrew Sea Migrations
14. The "Diaspora" of lost Israelites
15. Old Testament Roots of Norse Mythology