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    The Scots were once well-aware of their Israelitish heritage as witnessed in the Scottish Declaration of Independence!

    In Arbroath Abbey, following the removal of the "Stone of Destiny" to Westminster, king Robert "the Bruce" of Scotland was visited by two emissaries of pope John 22 to whom Edward 2 of England had appealed for help to compel Scotland to acknowledge England's lordship. These emissaries bore a message from the pope advising Bruce to submit to Edward's claims, but Bruce and his nobles drafted a letter which they addressed to pope John 22 and which can still be seen in Register House in Edinburgh. It had attached to it coloured ribbons and seals with the signatures of Robert the Bruce and twenty-five of his nobles. The letter which is drafted:- April 6, 1320, read in part:-

    "We know Most Holy Father and Lord, and from the chronicles and books of the ancients gather, that among other illustrious nations, our's, to wit, the nation of the Scots, has been distinguished by many honours; which passing from the greater Sythia through the Mediterranean Sea and Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar) and sojourning in Spain (Iberia - Heberia - the Hebrew's land) among most savage tribes through a long course of time, could nowhere be subjugated by any people however barbarous; and coming thence one thousand two hundred years after the outgoing of the People of Israel (the Exodus), they by many victories and infinite toil, acquired for themselves the possessions in the West which they now hold........In their kingdom one hundred and thirteen kings of their own royal stock, no stranger intervening, have reigned...."

    For so long as a hundred of us are left alive we will yield in no least way to English domination. We fight not for glory, nor for wealth nor honour, but only and alone for freedom, which no man surrenders but with his life."


    This letter thus asserts that the Scots who had the "Stone of Destiny" ("Lia Fail") were connected with the ancient people of Israel (the ten so-called Lost Tribes); whom archaeology has established became the Scythians and the Cimmerians of history, whose origin had been a mystery. Lost to their true identity as foretold in The Scriptures, (Romans 11:25), the Israelites migrated to their appointed place (2 Samuel 7:10); some crossing Europe by land, others by ships through the Mediterranean to the coast-lands of Europe and the Isles in the West. The Scots claim ancestry to the branch of the Cimmerians (Celts) that dwelt in Spain for a period, and eventually came over to the Islands of Britain. They also claim that their royal line of kings (from Judah/Zarah of the Red hand - Genesis 38:30) has remained unbroken throughout their migrations.

    Romans 11:25 For I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness (as to their true identity) is happened to part of Israel (the ten "lost" tribes - the House of Israel), until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in.

    2 Samuel 7:10 Moreover I will appoint a place for My people Israel, and will plant them, that they may dwell in a place of their own, and move no more; neither shall the children of wickedness afflict them any more, as beforetime.


    Josephus, the historian, writing in A.D. 70, seems to have had knowledge of the migrations of most of the Israelites from Asia toward Europe, for, in his "Antiquities of the Jews" he writes: "...wherefore there are but two tribes in Asia and Europe subject to the Romans, while the ten tribes are beyond the Euphrates till now (A.D. 70) and are an immense multitude, and not to be estimated by numbers" (book 11, chap. 5).

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    The Tribes

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    America = Himmelreich = Heaven's Kingdom

    http://www.firstchurchoftheinternet....udies/Name.htm

    The Story of the Yorktown Surrender

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    The Great Seal of the United States

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    Item: The Old Jerusalem is NOT the New JerUSAlem

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    It is my opinion that so there has been so much mixing between the various tribes over the years as to make tribal identity hard to nail down in many cases.

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    Despite all the mixing, is it correct to say that Germany was once comprised of predominately the Tribe of Judah?

    If so, is that the reason the ashkenazi/edomite imposters have worked so diligently over the years to destroy Judah--so that they can get away with impersonating Judah?

    Is this why some British-Israelites think modern jews are the Tribe of Judah?

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    Re: The Tribes: Where Are They Today?

    Quote Originally Posted by DunaMiss View Post
    Despite all the mixing, is it correct to say that Germany was once comprised of predominately the Tribe of Judah?

    If so, is that the reason the ashkenazi/edomite imposters have worked so diligently over the years to destroy Judah--so that they can get away with impersonating Judah?

    Is this why some British-Israelites think modern jews are the Tribe of Judah?
    By claiming the tribe of Judah over its rightful people - the Germans - the imposter kikes were able to claim the title of "God's chosen" by using the slang term "jew." The word "jew" in scripture is a mistranslation of Judean, or Judahite.



    http://www.biblestudysite.com/judeawar.htm
    http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=5952
    http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread276524/pg1
    Gna!

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    Thanks for the great study resources, Gnaghi!

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    While there is absolutely no doubt that Ephraim is one of the two birthright tribes, on the other hand, Ephraim has proved by his performance he doesn’t have what it takes for leadership. The entire chapter of Psalm 78 is devoted to that theme, especially verses 9, 11, 57, 60 & 68. Time after time Ephraim failed in that position. Then Psalm 78:67-68 sums up the chapter by saying: "67 Moreover he (Yhwh) refused the tabernacle of Joseph, and chose not the tribe of Ephraim; 68 But chose the tribe of Judah, the mount Zion which he loved."

    Judah was the fighting tribe then as well as now. Judah today is found in Germany, Ireland and Scotland. If your lineage is of these three, then you are of the same tribe that the Almighty chose to come in the flesh. Judah’s hand is to be "in the neck of thine enemies." In other words, without Judah, which includes Yahshua, we have no salvation from our age-old fight with the seed of the serpent.

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