Brit-Am Secular Proofs: Ethnic Links
Brit-Am Secular Proofs
This list is intended to be a companion piece to the
List of 110 Brit-Am Biblical Proofs
[As for the Biblical Evidence so too for this List of Secular Proofs the potency of the evidence quoted must be viewed as part of a whole interlocking body proving our point.]
For more see below:
Brit-Am Evidence of Israelite Ancestry from Scripture and Researches
List of Brit-Am
Proofs in Simplified Outline
Ethnic Affiliations with Other Entities for whom proof exists.
Peoples whose Israelite origins have been proven are related to other peoples
for whom different evidence exists.
Since however they both belong tot he same family then by implication proof
applying tot he one entity also applies to the other.
Proofs in Expanded Format
If someone (A) has a brother (B) from the same mother and father and it
is proven that the brother (B)
has another brother (C) then (C) must also be a brother to (A).
In practice things may not be so tightly proven. Peoples are mixed. It may be
that a certain people is a combination
of various elements and only one element is connected. This is analogous in the
above example as saying:
(A) has a brother (B) from the same mother and possibly from the same father
but we are not sure.
It is indicated that the brother (B) has another brother (C) in which case (C)
may also be a brother to (A).
We are not however sure of this and it is merely a possibility that is worth
considering especially if additional
evidence becomes available.
The Khazars are proven to belong to the Lost Ten Tribes.
Indications also exist that the Khazars were related to the Anglo-Saxons, Finns,
and Scandinavians. What applies tot he Khazars may also therefore apply to the
peoples they are related to.
The Dans and Angles (of Anglo-Saxon association) are related. What applies to
the Danes may also therefore apply to
the Angles and vice-versa.
The Irish and Scottish are related. What applies to the Scottish therefore has
implications concerning their kinfolk
the Irish and vice-versa. In this case however we will find objections partly
based religious and cultural differences
and partly on possible fact. Some Scots-Irish in Ulster will claim that the
Southern Catholic Irish are not Israelites.
This goes against the facts as we know them though there may be grounds to
examine different areas of Ireland
for different ancestral connections.
The Welsh and Bretons of France are related.
The Danes and Norwegians are related and both of them have elements in Ireland
Some of these matters are dealt with a greater length in our work "The Tribes".