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Ten out of the Twelve Tribes of Israel were exiled and lost their identity. Their descendants are now to be found amongst Western Peoples. This is proven from the Bible, Talmud, and Rabbinical Sources as well as from Secular Studies in Ancient History, Archaeology, Mythology, Linguistics, and related fields.

These are the matters addressed by Brit-Am, Movement of the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel.
There are those who oppose us and deny the truth of our message.
The claims of one such opponent are answered below.


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3 May 2012, 11 Iyar 5772
1. The Exile, Cimmerians, and Scythians.
2. Cimmerians, Celts, and Hebrews.Other Possibilities Refuted.


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No.1. The Exile, Cimmerians, and Scythians.

An article  posted on the Long Time Radio End Time Ministry
attacks Brit-Am.
The essay against Brit-Am, Movement of the Ten Tribes is long, about the size of a short book.
To see the article go to:
Put # Britam Exposed # in the Search Box at the top right hand corner and click.
A  message concerning a  .pdf document will come up which you will be given the option of saving or opening.

It has just come to our attention that the article by Long John is none other than a COPY OF ANOTHER article. It has been taken from:

Myths, Hypotheses and Facts Concerning the Origin of Peoples
The "Lost Tribes" of Israel - They Are NOT British -

The author has several aliases but most commonly calls himself Avraham Sandor.
He hails from Europe and last we heard was still there (Italy, Gemrany, Hungary?).
Anyway in writing this article in reply to the article of Sandor we related to it as authored by Longtom which is the name the version we were dealing with bore.
The author (referred to below as Longtom) put time and effort into this piece of poison.
He has some knowledge of the subject but appears to confuse Brit-Am with others and to insist on imposing his preconceived prejudices on the factual reality. He also frequently indulges in insulting terminology: In other words he has a dirty mendacious mouth.
We will quote parts of it and reply to its malicious content in a series of articles of which this is the first one.
This site belongs to some kind of  would-be Messianic group. Its  articles are in .pdf form and painfully difficult to access and
read, assuming anyone would want to do so.
By replying to an attack they made against us we are giving them unwarranted publicity.
Nevertheless since most of our enemies seem to always come up with more or less the same arguments we shall reply.
Our replies may be useful in other contexts. The reader may find explanations for certain issues of importance that otherwise may not have been dealt with.
It is interesting that Longtom and company and other reprobates like them are so concerned with the possible influence Brit-Am might have.
It shows we may have potential!
The article is symptomatic of a certain pathological prejudice and mendacious attitude towards our holy cause.
We will therefore quote parts of it and reply to them.
It should be emphasized that the purpose of Brit-Am may be summed up in our
Three Rs:
Research: Discovering who the Lost Ten Tribes are today.
Recognition (Revelation): Revealing the information and achieving Recognition of the Research Findings.
Reconciliation: Preparing the way for a drawing together of Judah and the Ten Tribes (headed by Joseph) in a Brit-Am Context.

We think these aims are good and true ones but other people do not.
One of these is Longtom who says:

This theory [i.e. Brit-Am Belief] is infecting the web in such a way that whoever intends through any search engine to find anything related with the term "Lost Tribes", will get a string of websites promoting this new deception, listed under different names and claiming
theological authority: they are all based on a false philosophy usually known as "British-Israelism", "Anglo-Israelism", "Brit-Am", etc.

He was speaking before the recent Google blackout on Brit-Am.
Maybe it was someone like Longtom who caused the Great Google Gaggle?

...henceforth I will refer to this deceptive theory by the name of one of the sects supporting it, Brit-Am... the Brit-Am sect falsely proposes itself as an "Orthodox Jewish" organization and is apparently led by an alleged "Jew", but its pernicious doctrines are widespread mainly through so-called "Messianic" movements (that have no relationship with the true Messianic Judaism, but they give themselves titles that appear creditable and that do not show their actual ideology).

Followers of Brit-Am are to be found in many places and amongst numerous groups.
Longtom apparently considers himself qualified to decide not only who is a Jew.
He also speaks of  Messianic Judaism which does not really exist.
Perhaps he means the Baptist-funded organization that used to call itself Jews for Jesus and some of whose adherents have attacked Brit-Am in the past??

They are ultimately anti-Jewish and in their essence they show to be the same as those who believed in the superiority of the so-called "Aryan" race...

Longtom and his gang flatter themselves. Brit-Am does not say that all those of European descent are descended from Israelites but rather only part of those and these were concentrated in areas of Western Europe.  Certain types cannot decide what angers them more:
We find this phenomenon from time to time.
Is Brit-Am bad because it says the Ten Tribes are amongst Western Peoples??
Is Brit-Am bad because it excludes most European peoples??
in other words:
How dare Brit-Am say the Ten Tribes are amongst Western Peoples?
If Brit-Am does say the Ten Tribes are amongst certain Peoples how dare Brit-Am exclude my own breed of Gentile?

Actually, the only difference between Brit-Am & co. and nazism consists in defining who is the master race. Their leader presents himself as an "Orthodox Jew rabbi" but paradoxically he preaches a deep anti-Judaism and his ideology is utterly the opposite to Judaism! He is not a rabbi at all, but a deceiver!

Longtom seeks to equate Brit-Am with Nazis. This shows the extremely low level of he himself.
The Nazis claimed the Aryans and especially the Germans were a superior race and that other peoples were inferior.
They also believed that the Jews should be eliminated. This in effect was their main belief.
It is not because the Nazis claimed they were a superior people that they were bad, even though they were mistaken:
They were bad because of the way they thought that superiority should be expressed.
Brit-Am says that certain peoples are Chosen meaning that they have been blessed and have concomitant obligations towards God and the rest of humanity.
This is what the Bible says.
What is wrong with this?
The fact is that certain groups of people relatively speaking have indeed been more blessed than others:
The Lost Ten Tribes Identified and the Relevant Statistics.

He says that the # leader of Brit-Am presents himself as an "Orthodox Jew rabbi" # .
When did the "leader" of Brit-Am ever claim to be a Rabbi?
Perhaps they feel that someone as obviously erudite and eminently venerable as Yours Truly could not be anything other than a Rabbi?
I am naturally flattered. Thank you LT but I do not deserve it. I knew you were a liar.

Brit-Am's manifest inferiority complex towards Jews generated the absurd demands to transfer the spiritual status of "Chosen People" that belongs to Israel into an actual ethnic superiority of the Anglo-Saxon peoples over any other, and mainly over Jews, whom they deeply envy and consider to be non-Israelites (in full agreement with the anti-Semites that pass the "Khazar myth" off as a truth and with other preachers of counterfeit stories).

This is a lie. Longtom is a liar and worse. Brit-Am never denied the Israelite origins of the Jewish People.
On the contrary we go to lengths to emphasize it.
by Steven Collins and Yair Davidiy

The essay by Longtom is long and detailed. Many of his claims we have already answered in detailed articles on the site.

Longtom says:
They allege that the ancient Israelites were physically the Nordic type, namely tall people, blue-eyed, fair-haired, and having many other Scandinavian features...

We did not say this. We said that such fair types as described were to be found amongst some of the Israelite groups.
We prove it and even supply relevant pictures for it.

Hebrew Pictures

We also show and stress that darker types were also plentiful and that the relative types may have varied from one tribe to another.
What is the problem with this?
In Obama-Land is it already a crime to look like a white-man?

What is a Long-Tom anyway? Is it another term for a Short-John?

Longtom says that after the Division between Judah and Joseph many from Ephraim, such as the Levites, fled to Judah (2Chronicles 11:14-16).  Also during the reign of Asa, King of Judah, many of the Northern Israelites passed to the Kingdom of Judah (2Chronicles 15:9).
And he goes on at length quoting how King Hezekiah addressed himself to the Ten Tribes (2Chronicles 30:1,9,10,11,18).
He claims in effect that the Ten Tribes became part of Judah.

We have answered all these claims and others like them in detail in our articles:

The Completeness of the Exile
Answers to Deniers of Brit-Am Biblical Truth.

Israel in Exile
Ten Tribes Lost But will Return by Nachmanides

LT caught in fraudulence.

Excerpts of the annals of Sargon:
"I besieged and occupied the town of Samaria, and took 27,290 of its inhabitants captive. I took from them 50 chariots, but left them the rest of their belongings. I placed my lieutenants over them; I renewed the obligation imposed upon them by one of the Kings who preceded me".

The Assyrian king declared: "I left them the rest of their belongings" - this means that he did not carry into exile the whole population, but left people in the land, to whom he left their belongings. He also said: "I placed my lieutenants over them"
- it is evident that he would have not appointed lieutenants to govern over an empty land, but they replaced the deposed monarch and ruled in behalf of the King of Assyria over the Israelites that remained. He added: "I renewed the obligation imposed upon them by one of the Kings who preceded me" - the king "renewed" the tribute imposed by his predecessor, probably Tiglath-Pileser III; and a tribute cannot be renewed if not towards the people to which it was imposed before and that are still dwelling in their land.

Note how Longtom quotes Sargon. It sounds like Sargon took away some of the Israelites and then appointed administrators over the others.
Sargon actually says elsewhere he took Israelites away, brought in foreigners to settle in their place, and over these newcomers appointed officers.
There are different versions of what Sargon said since the engravers of his boastings produced differing accounts in different places.

Source (a).
In one annal Sargon says: "I besieged and conquered Samaria, led away as booty 27,290 inhabitants of it. I formed from among them a contingent of 50 chariots and made remaining (inhabitants) assume their (social) positions. I installed over them an officer of mine and imposed upon them the tribute of the former king" (ANET, 284 85). In another annal he claims to have rebuilt the town "better than (it was) before and settled therein people from countries which I myself had conquered" (ANET, 284). Samaria actually fell to Shalmaneser in 722 B.C. (Assyrian records and the Bible agree). Sargon began his reign in 721 B.C. and claims some of the credit.

Source (b).
At the beginning of my royal rule, I, the town of the Samarians I besieged, conquered (2 Lines destroyed)
[for the god?] who let me achieve this my triumph. I led away as prisoners [27,290 inhabitants of it (and) equipped from among them (soldiers to man)] 50 chariots for my royal corps.. The town I rebuilt better than it was before and settled therein people from countries which I had conquered. I placed an officer of mine as governor over them and imposed upon them tribute as is customary for Assyrian citizens..

*Annals and their parallels taken from the Display Inscriptions. The Annals are quoted here according to
A.G. Lie, The inscriptions of Sargon II, King of Assyria, Part 1. The Annals (Paris 1929).

We show in Lost Israelite Identity how Sargon actually says he took ca. 27,000 for his army and service and exiled the rest!
Anyway however it is interpreted, Sargon says he brought in foreigners and exiled the Israelites just like the Bible says the Assyrian King did!!
The Bible naturally is proven more accurate than the Assyrian annals that here and there only tell part of the story and change the facts with a promiscuous consistency.

2-Kings 17:
17 In the twelfth year of Ahaz king of Judah, Hoshea the son of Elah became king of Israel in Samaria, and he reigned nine years. 2 And he did evil in the sight of the Lord, but not as the kings of Israel who were before him. 3 Shalmaneser king of Assyria came up against him; and Hoshea became his vassal, and paid him tribute money. 4 And the king of Assyria uncovered a conspiracy by Hoshea; for he had sent messengers to So, king of Egypt, and brought no tribute to the king of Assyria, as he had done year by year. Therefore the king of Assyria shut him up, and bound him in prison.
5 Now the king of Assyria went throughout all the land, and went up to Samaria and besieged it for three years. 6 In the ninth year of Hoshea, the king of Assyria took Samaria and carried Israel away to Assyria, and placed them in Halah and by the Habor, the River of Gozan, and in the cities of the Medes.

The Bible says that ALL the northern Israelites were exiled [2-Kings 17:18].

Archaeology shows that at the time of the Assyrian Conquest ALL the Israelite settlements were destroyed.
No real Israelite remains have surfaced dating after this time until the return of Jews in the Time of Ezra and Nechemiah.
The Bible says they were all taken away.
Archaeology shows that they all disappeared.
Assyrian Inscriptions regarding the Tribes east of the Jordan, in the Galilee, and in Samaria when considered all together also show that all the Israelites were exiled.
Midrashim and Rabbinicial sources indicate that a small minority of Israelites may have remained. Most of these merged with Judah, a few intermarried with the Samaritans who were foreigners settled by Assyria in place of the Israelites.
In our web-site articles and publications we discuss all these matters in detail, give the pros and cons of different arguments, and the relevant reference sources.

 There are peoples that keep many features and have enough historical background to claim Israelite ancestry, mainly in Asia and Africa, and some of them are being recognized by the State of Israel.

There are no such peoples with authentic backgrounds.  There are various claimants.
The State of Israel recognizes none of them.
We discuss some of the claimants in our work,

The Khazars. Tribe 13.

 These peoples have spiritual and cultural features, history and traditions that allow to perform a scientific research in order to acknowledge their origins, but the Nordic and Western Europeans have not any of these features or historical background, neither any genetic link with any Semitic people.

This is not so. The other claimants to be from the Ten Tribes do not have valid evidence for their claims.
The linguistic substructure of Western Celts and Germanic speaking peoples show Hebrew-type origins.
So too regarding aspects of their mythology, culture, and namesakes.

Brit-Am's fairy tale alleges that the Israelites exiled by the Assyrians escaped from their captors and became the Cimmerians and Scythians of history! What a nonsensical, demential claim! Undoubtedly, such assertions are the product of an insane mind. Besides the fact that such mass escape in not recorded anywhere but is a pure invention, it is unthinkable that the Assyrians were so stupid as to let them go.


The Brit-Am account is based on Assyrian records. It is what the Assyrians and Babylonians themselves said.
It is confirmed in the traditions of over peoples and also in Biblical and Midrashic and Rabbinical traditions.

From an historical point of view it is also not far-fetched and is something for which parallels are found elsewhere such as in the Roman and Chinese Empires.
It was the practice for these and other  Empires to resettle defeated peoples in border areas. The logic was that the settlers would be dependent on the Empire for supplies and protection and therefore help the Empire defend its borders. Even the Soviets transferred millions of different peoples to Central Asia and Siberia using the same logic.
The Nazis thought of moving all the Dutch into Poland for the same reasons.
The Romans took in the Goths who were fleeing from the Huns. They placed the Goths in a border region to help protect the Empire but they also mistreated them oppressing their women and children.
Consequently the Goths rebelled and defeated the Romans. This brought about the fall of Rome.
This is similar to what the Israelites did.
The Assyrians had destroyed the Kingdom of Israel and then taken some Israelites into their army and administration. They also resettled part of them in border regions alongside of descendants of Gomer who were in the same areas.
Assyria suffered from internal weaknesses, Israelites became more important, the border areas (that included Israelites) rebelled and joined external enemies. For a period Israelites achieved a degree of control over the Empire but lost it. There were wars and Israelites joined the enemies of Assyria in destroying her. The allies of the Israelites betrayed them and they were pushed northwards.
This in short is what we understand to have happened. The sources support it. Even if we are mistaken on some of the details the Assyrian Empire was destroyed, Israelite Exiles moved to the north along with Cimmerians and Scythians with whom they became identified. They broke up into different groups, there were wars and movements of peoples, and re-coalescences of Tribal formations, etc. Eventually they all moved to Western Europe. This was all part of general historical processes accompanied and partially caused by climatic changes and other factors.
There was also a transfer of Israelites directly to the West in ships belonging to Phoenician and Philsiitne (Minoan) proxies of the Assyrian Empire.
See our books,

The Tribes, 4th edition.


Longtom of course disagrees with Brit-Am findings. He continues with his diatribe and seems to propose that the Assyrian Empire simply merged into that of Babylonia. He does not however quote any source or bring any proof to establish his assumption.

Longtom then goes on to try and prove that the Ten Tribes did not move to the north but remained in the Middle East.
He is actually contradicting himself. At first he claimed that the Ten Tribes were not really exiled then he says they were exiled but remained in their places of Exile!

He quotes from the Apocrypha and other such works.

Longtom says:
The Story of Shoshanah (Susanna): Probably existing as an oral tale, it was composed in the later half of the 2nd century bce and added to the Book of Daniel by the Hellenists. The author indicates us that the exiles of Samaria were still in Mesopotamia in Daniel's time, and apparently the differences between both groups still existed, as the following verses show:

"So he put him aside, and commanded to bring the other, and said unto him, O thou seed of Chanaan, and not of Judah, beauty hath deceived thee, and lust hath perverted thine heart. Thus have ye dealt with the daughters of Israel, and they for fear companied with you: but the daughter of Judah would not abide your wickedness". (Susanna, v 56- 57) is clear that the author had complete awareness of the presence of Northern Israelites in the Babylonian exile and that there was contact between them and the exiles
of Judah.

We would not consider this a reliable historical source but even what the source says is not referring to the Ten Tribes but rather to Jews of Judah.
What Longtom says is clear is not. Even if it did say what LT says it does  it would not prove anything. It does not however say it.
The Lost Ten Tribes are not mentioned.

Longtom continues:
The Book of Tobith (Tobiyahu): The protagonist of the story belongs to the
Tribe of Naphtali, and is one of the exiles in Assyria, apparently until the
reign of Assarhaddon...

This is correct. We have discussed this in our work "Ephraim, the Gentile Children of Israel", and also briefly in The Tribes.
A group of Naphtalites were in what is now northwest Iran. They were also known as Kadussi (after Kadesh-Naphtali in the Galilee) and as Gaeli.
They were related to  the Scythian Sacae and migrated with them.
The Scythians moved mainly to the north but this process was in stages. Rostovotzeff in his studies of the  Scythians has shown how for centuries they retained a presence in the Middle East and in the Iranian area as well as being concentrated further to the north.
The existence of the Naphtalites in the region as recorded by Tobit (Tobias) confirms Brit-Am findings.

The Book of Judith: Even though this book does not mention the exiled
Tribes, internal evidence shows that it was written by one of the Northern

What "internal evidence"? Longtom makes statements but fails to back them up. We at least give references that can be checked or refer to works of ours where references are available.

... The pseudoepigraph book 2 Barukh 78:1 addresses a letter "to the nine
and a half Tribes, which are across the river Euphrates". The book was of
course not written by Barukh, but by somebody else using his name in the
later 1st century CE. Yet, the "nine and half Tribes" are acknowledged to
be still by the eastern side of the Euphrates. The historian Josephus in the
same period wrote: "the ten tribes are beyond the Euphrates till now, and
are an immense multitude, and not to be estimated by numbers"
(Antiquities XI, V, 2).

All this is consistent with our identifications of the Ten Lost Tribes.
They were beyond the Euphrates and later also further to the north to which they moved in stages and then to the west. In the time of Josephus there were still Scythians and Parthians in the middle East as well as beyond the Caucasus with all of these areas being then part of one cultural geographic continuum. In one of our books such as The Tribes with its accompanying maps have have been read by Longtom then the question would probably not have arisen.

In Josephus' time the Gaul and Britain were under Roman rule, yet he does not mention any of the Tribes settled in those lands.

Parts of Josephus are missing.
The Romans in their own pagan way indicated that the Lost Tribes were in Britain.
"The Identification of Israel with Saturn" by John R. Salverda

Did the Ancients identify the Lost Israelites with Saturn in the British Isles?

One of the books quoted by the followers of the Brit-Am heresy is 2 Ezra, or 4 Ezra (such is the precision regarding that book), since they pretend to find any support for their thesis in the following verses...

Brit-Am NEVER quoted the work in question!!

There is not any historical evidence that the Celts or the Anglo-Saxons had ever been circumcised, observed Shabbath,
kashrut, purity laws or any other Mosaic precept, and that they worshipped One God before their conversion to Christianity.

Not so.

LT continues to challenge the validity of the Book of Esdras. Brit-Am however never quoted from the work. Other groups may have done and LT may have confused us with them.

One of the books quoted by the followers of the Brit-Am heresy is 2 Ezra, or 4 Ezra (such is the precision regarding that book), since they pretend to find any support for their thesis in the following verses:
"And as for your seeing him gather to himself another multitude that was peaceable, these are the nine Tribes that were taken away from their own land into exile in the days of King Hoshea, whom
Shalmaneser, king of the Assyrians,made captives; he took them across the river, and they were taken into another land. But they formed this plan for themselves, that they would leave the multitude of the nations and go to a more distant region, where no human beings had ever lived, so that there at least they might keep their statutes that they had not kept in their own land. And they went in by the narrow passages of the Euphrates river. For at that time the Most High performed signs for them, and stopped the channels of the river until they had crossed over. Through that region there was a long way to go, a journey of a year and a half; and that country is called Arzareth". (2Esdras 13:39-45) The land of Arzareth is unidentifiable.
The book is a pseudoepigraphic work without any historical value, an account of visions allegedly given to Ezra concerning apocalyptic matters. In any case, the verses quoted above do not prove anything about where the nine Tribes supposedly went, and the purpose of their resettlement to "keep their statutes that they had not kept in their own land" has not been accomplished by the Western European peoples. There is not any historical evidence that the Celts or the Anglo-Saxons had ever been circumcised, observed Shabbath,
kashrut, purity laws or any other Mosaic precept, and that they worshipped One God before their conversion to Christianity. Regarding the reliability of 2Ezra, it is subject to discussion; it is actually a composite work made up of three separate writings: 5Ezra (chapters 1-2), 4Ezra (chapters 3-14), and 6Ezra (chapters 15-16), written between the end of the 1st century CE and the mid 2nd century CE by three different authors, two of them were Christians (5&6 Ezra). The writers seem not to have a deep historical knowledge but are interested only in visions and allegories, in fact, the author of the verses quoted above introduces himself as follows: "In the thirtieth year after the destruction of the city [Jerusalem], I was in Babylon - I, Salathiel, who am also called Ezra" himself as follows: "In the thirtieth year after the destruction of the city [Jerusalem], I was in Babylon - I, Salathiel, who am also called Ezra" (2Esdras 3:1). It is obvious that thirty years after the destruction of Jerusalem Ezra had not yet been born, but about a century later.
Therefore, the book cannot be taken seriously concerning historical accuracy.

LT quotes from Esdras while at the same time dismissing the value of his evidence.
He then tries to use this evidence as proof against Brit-Am.
Either the evidence is reliable or it is not.
Or one or the other!
Anyway we never referred to this work and do not rely on it.
It does however bring up a few points worth mentioning.
It says that the Ten Tribes after their Exile kept the commandments even though before their Exile they had not done so.
This contradicts the Bible.
The Ten Tribes were exiled because of their sins and going  in the way of pagan nations.
see 2-Kings 17:7-17, 2-Kings 18:12.
 2-Kings 17:
18 Therefore the Lord was very angry with Israel, and removed them from His sight; there was none left but the tribe of Judah alone.

Most of the Ten Tribes will continue in this path right up to, or almost right up to, their eventual Deliverance in the End Times (Hosea 2:18);
or even for a short time after it (Ezekiel 11:2,18)!
It is only after their return in the End Times that they will return to the Right Path.
Nevertheless, it is worth mentioning that the message of Esdras that the Ten Tribes in Exile began to # keep their statutes that they had not kept in their own land # has crept into some Medieval Jewish legends. For instance, Some versions of Eldad HaDani repeat it.
We also should note that there also existed the idea that the Ten Tribes had become the Ashkenazic (i.e. European) Jews.
Most Rabbinical Commentators do not accept this but consider the Lost Ten Tribes to be that, i.e. Lost and not part of Judah.
Scripture says the same:
Separate from Judah.
Unknown to Judah.

Rashi on the Book of Obadiah (1:20) places the Ten Tribes in France and Nachmanides places them in the far north.
Some interpret Rashi as referring to the Ashkenazic Jews but this to our minds is pushing the point.
It is not consistent with the Bible and other sources.
The Brit-Am explanations are compatible with the Literal Import of Scripture and with the major Rabbinical Commentators.
Proofs from Secular Studies and Research confirm these conclusions.

At the end of our article
The Completeness of the Exile
we make the following points:

The Bible is true and must be believed.
The Bible says that the Ten Tribes were destined to remain:
Separate from Judah (Isaiah 11:12-13 49:21);
Not known to Judah (Isaiah 49:13-14, 21. Hosea 1:7)
to practice Christianity (Hosea 2:8, 2:13, 2:16 11:12 Jeremiah 31:6)
to intermix with Gomer implying a Linkage with European nations (Hosea chapter one)
In the future they will re-unite with the Jews of "Judah" (Ezekiel 37, Isaiah 11:13 Jeremiah 3:18) but until then they have a role of their own to fulfill. They were destined to be situated at the continental extremities of the earth such as North America, the British Isles, Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa (Deuteronomy 33:13 Isaiah 24:16 26:15 41:8-9 49:6), to be the richest (Genesis 27:28 49:25 Deuteronomy 33:13-16 Hosea 2:8),
and most powerful nations on earth (Numbers 24:8-7 Micah 5:7-9)
and to control major international strategic bases (Genesis 22:16-17 24:60).
To fulfill more than a hundred other criteria.

#2. Cimmerians, Celts, and Hebrews.Other Possibilities Refuted.

The Tribes - 4th Edition Full Cover Spread.

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Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.

Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860).

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