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The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel
according to the Book of Genesis
Biblical Prophecy Predicted that the Lost Tribes of Israel would be found amongst Western Nations.
Biblical Verses analysed in the light of the Hebrew language, Rabbinical Commentary, and Historical Reality.
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## An account of the origins of the Picts which comes from the Irish Book of Invasions or Conquests states that the Picts were descended from a Scythian named Gelon son of Hercules and that they were called Agathyrsi. They supposedly landed in Leinster in Ireland, helped the king of Leinster win a battle against the Tuatha Fidhbhe (Fife?) then were forced to sail north into Scotland taking Irish wives with them on the condition that in any disputed succession the female line would be dominant...
##In 1879 a book was published called the History of Ancient Caledonia written by John Maclarren from Dunning, near the ancient Pictish capital of Forteviot. In this Maclarren takes one of the wilder explanations for the mysterious origins of the Picts - that they were one of the lost tribes of Israel. According to him Daniel and Lazarus arrived at Montrose in the distant past, bearing with them the Stone of Destiny and founded a new nation. The fact that he has them accompanied by a man called McIntyre gives the game away -clan names of this sort are less than a thousand years old. ##