Evidence of Israelite Origin from non-Biblical Sources (4 July, 2013, Tammuz 26, 5773)
A list of major points from archaeology, linguistics, mythology, history, national characteristics, etc, proving that descendants of the Lost Ten Tribes are now to be found mainly amongst Western Peoples.
Duration: 20.18 minutes
Megalithic Monuments describe a Path of Migration from Israel to the West. Mentioned in Jeremiah 31 these monuments prove origins from the Israelite oregion.
Languages and Linguistic Innate Philosophies: "Germanic" and "Celtic" sub-stratumsÂ show Hebrew type origins.
Hebraic Values and Modes of Thought. Whether derived from the Bible or due to convergent evolution an instinctive adaption to Biblical values has been taking place. This applies to nations of Lost Isrsaelite descent much more than it does to other Christian nations.
Archaeological trail: Styles and Type of Craftsmanship: Phoenicians-Scythians-Celts-Anglo-Saxons
Identifications-PredilectionsÂ of Rulers and Great Men
Irish, Welsh,Â and Scottish Mythology indicating Israelite Origins. Ysru of Ireland and Isacson of Scotland and England. Frisian traditions. Roman, Arab, and Jewish traditions also place the Ten Tribes in the British Isles and these overlap with traditions found in the British Isles themselves.
Definite Connection of Western "Celtic" Peoples as well as Ancient Scandinavians with Egypt and the Middle East in general consistent with Israelite Origins.
Pro-Jewish, Saved Jews, Fought Against Enemies of the Jews
Help State of Israel or most inclined to do so, i.e. probably the only group where
pro-Israeli messages and information could have a long-term effect.
Physical Similarity to some degree at least with Ancient Israelites
Historical Eastern Origins consistent with having come from the Ten Tribes
The overlap of the Cimmerians and Scythians (who migrated to the west) with the exiled Israelites.
The Presence of Israelites in Spain (whence they moved to the British Isles) and the north.
Intereaction of evidence from different locations and varied disciplines.Â