Overall: History -The Cimmerians and Celts (And a Partial Summary of the Brit-Am Contribution to this Field of Study).
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The Celts derive partly from the Cimmerians who were in turn in part of Israelite origin. The Celts in Britain and Ireland also descend from Hebrews in Spain who had been taken there in Phoenician and Philistine ships in the service of the Assyrians.
2. History, The Cimmerians and Celts in the West.
The Ten Tribes were exiled by theÂ Assyrians.
Part were taken overseas by Philistine and Phoenician proxies working on behalf of the Assyrians.
The majority of Exiles were taken overland to places in Assyria known as Halah, Habor, the River of Gozan, and the Cities of the Medes.
Other names for some of these areas include Mannae, and Afrikey.
Those who were taken overseas were settled in Spain, Gaul, Britain, and Scandinavia.
In Spain archaeological evidence shows Israelite-type presence for the years 700Â to 500 BCE. After that they moved to the northwest of Spain and from there to Ireland and Britain.
This is proven by a combination of Biblical references in the Hebrew Bible, according to the Hebrew meaning of the words as explained by us. This is supplemented by archaeology, Roman records, Irish Mythology.
These findings are mainly the results of our own researches though some very old British Israel writings had already tended in the said direction.
Nevertheless we were the ones who saw the significance of the latest archaeological findings and related matters.
Even when we use the findings of others we often deserve some of the credit. We show how all the evidence fits together and also help keep important findings and observations before the public eye.
Those who went overland were resettled in areas that became associated with the Cimmerians, Scythians, and Guti (Goths).
The Exiled Israelites became part of these federations though other non-Israelites may also have been part of them.
In Biblical Terms these peoples are identified with Gomer and the Sons of Gomer (Ashkenaz, Riphat, and Togarmah). The Book of Hosea (chapters 1 and 2) prophesied that the exiled Israelites would be identified with the Three Children of Gomer.
The symbolism of Gomer representing the Cimmerians is mentioned in at least one old British Israel script. We have shown how Rabbinical commentaries concerning both the non-Israelites descendants of Gomer and the identification of Israel with Gomer help confirm the equation.
We have various indications that Israelites were identical with, or at least a part of, the Cimmerians.
The Cimmerians separated from the Scythians and Goths and migrated to Europe where they became a major factor in Celtic civilization. Eventually the Israelite elements amongst the Celts converged in western areas.
We have proofs from Assyrian inscriptions indicating that the Cimmerians, at least in part, were Israelites.
Some of these proofs are the fruits of our own researches and others we collated from the work of others.
In addition there is much evidence that the Western Celtic peoples, who came out of the Cimmerian and Scythians, were Israelites.
These proofs derive from linguistic and mythological studies as well as archaeological and other findings. The names of Israelite Tribes etc are also found amongst the Celts alongside the practice of Hebraic and Canaanite Middle Eastern customs such as once practised in Israel.
Most of the evidence for this last Celtic section is from the work of others but we have collated the relevant points from divergent sources and show their pertinence to these studies.