Lies Concerning the Northern Kingdom Israelites

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Lies Concerning the Northern Kingdom Israelites 2017-11-12T14:45:07+00:00

Lies Concerning the Northern Kingdom Israelites

The purpose of this first piece is to expose the lies that surround the identity of the children of Israel; predominately the children of the Northern Kingdom which came to the Americas. Another piece will be done pertaining to the lies concerning the Southern Kingdom Israelites. Each point is identified by a number and will explain the following:

1.) The Indigenous Peoples of the Americas are Israelites – A brief history of how the historically the original inhabitants of the Americas were identified as the children of Israel.

2.) The Mongloid Deception – Exposes the history of the term Mongoloid along with the other false racial identities which were created for deceptive purposes.

3.) Are Native Indians Mongoloids – Exposes the idea that the Native Americans were of East Asia or Mongoloid descent.

4.) The Bering Strait Theory – Exposes the idea that the Native Americans migrated through the Bering Strait. Also, questions the fact if the Bering Strait ever existed

5.) Do terms like Asian, Oriental, and Asiatic written of in History always equate to Japheth? – Explains the true meaning of the terms and how they’re used to mask the identity of the true Israelites dispersed in parts of Asia.


1.) The Indigenous Peoples of the Americas are Israelites

Since the first voyage of Christopher Columbus to the New World in 1492, news of the Indigenous people of the Americas being the Lost Tribes of Israel had been sent back to the governments of the Europe.  According to true history, Columbus did not stumble upon the Americas by mistake. In fact, Columbus not only knew where he was going…

Contrary to legend, Columbus did not sail to prove the earth was roundMost educated Europeans and mariners already knew thatColumbus estimated the size of the Atlantic Ocean partially from reading his Bible. He had read in the Second Book of Esdras (in the Apocrypha) that God created the world in seven parts, six of them dry land and the seventh water. He thus calculated that the ocean separating Portugal from Cipangu (Japan) was one-seventh of the earth’s circumference or about 2,400 miles. He figured that by sailing 100 miles per day, he could reach the Indies in 30 days.”

 …He also knew why he was going:

  “A striking element in Columbus’s geographical religiosity is his intense and abiding interest in the fourth (or second) book of Esdras...This was often cited by Columbus who argued that since only one-seventh of the world was water, a good deal more dry land than yet was known remained to be discovered overseas. But Columbus seems to have found more in Esdras than just this geographical argument. Here is one of the things he writes about this verse in his marginal notes: But this prophecy is not accepted by the reprobate Jews, yet it has been accepted by the innumerable ones amongst them who have believed the Gospels. Israel has thus been split into two branches – a division predicted by the Prophet Samuel to King Saul. ” Lost Tribes and Promised Lands pg. 77-78.

Why was Columbus making reference to Israel being split into two branches? According to the same book of 4 Esdras (2nd Esdras), it mentions that the 10 Tribes that branched off were taken into Assyria (2Kings 17:17-, and then eventually migrated to the Americas:

 But meanwhile, the Apocrypha Esdras – which was, by the way, a book of special importance to many New Christians – has a good deal to say about the original Lost Tribes, and this could not have passed lightly under Columbus’s somewhat mystical gaze. Surely he saw special meanings for his own times, and for himself, in the passage in II Esdras (13:2-5)…”Lost Tribes and Promised Lands pg.79

More European explorers who made voyages to the Americas came to the same conclusion. What is that conclusion? That the indigenous peoples of the Americas were, in fact, the Biblical Israelites:

Montezinos – Antonio de Montezinos was a Portuguese traveler and a Marrano Sephardic Jew who in 1644 persuaded Menasseh Ben Israel, a rabbi of Amsterdam, that he had found one of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel living in the jungles of the “Quito Province” (that is, the Pichincha Province) of Ecuador.”

 Manasseh Ben Israel – In 1644, Menasseh met Antonio de Montezinos, a Portuguese traveler and Marrano Sephardic Jew who had been in the New World. Montezinos convinced him of his conclusion that the South America Andes’ Indians were the descendants of the lost ten tribes of Israel. This purported discovery gave a new impulse to Menasseh’s Messianic hopes, as the settlement of Jews throughout the world was supposed to be a sign that the Messiah would come. Filled with this idea, he turned his attention to England, whence the Jews had been expelled since 1290. He worked to get them permission to settle there again and thus hasten the Messiah’s coming .

James Adair – James Adair (ca. 1709-ca. 1775) authored what is arguably the most significant eighteenth-century work on the southeastern Indians: The History of the American Indians … ., published in London in 1775. The book, a cultural and historical study of the Catawba, Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, and Chickasaw Indians, is based on Adair’s first-hand observations derived from his 40-year career as a deerskin trader among several southeastern Indian tribes...His central thesis, which dominates the text and has subsequently caused many to dismiss the contents, includes 23 arguments purporting to demonstrate that the American Indians are of Hebrew descent (the Lost Tribes of Israel).

Viscount Kingsborough – Edward King, Viscount Kingsborough (16 November 1795 – 27 February 1837) was an Irish antiquarian who sought to prove that the indigenous peoples of the Americas were a Lost Tribe of Israel. His principal contribution was in making available facsimiles of ancient documents and some of the earliest explorers’ reports on Pre-Columbian ruins and Maya civilization.

 Ethan Smith – View of the Hebrews is an 1823 book written by Ethan Smith which argues that Native Americans were descended from the Ten Lost Tribes, a not uncommon view in the nineteenth century

As evidence began to develop on the Lost Tribes being in the Americas, the European deceivers sought a need to distort the truth with philosophy and false science.

2.) The Mongoloid Deception

Native Americans of North, Central and South America have been identified by some disciplines as Mongolians. To understand this the reasoning behind this philosophy, we must go back to the origin of the term “Mongoloid”:

The term “Caucasian race” was coined by the German philosopher Christoph Meiners in his The Outline of History of Mankind (1785).

[4] In Meiners’s unique racial classification, there were only two racial divisions (Rassen): Caucasians and Mongolians. These terms were used as a collective representation of individuals he personally regarded as either good looking or less attractive, based solely on facial appearance. For example, he considered Germans and Tatars more attractive, and thus Caucasian, while he found Jews and Native Americans less attractive, and thus Mongolian...The concept of a Caucasian race or Varietas Caucasia linked to “white race” was further developed around in the 1790s by Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, a German professor of medicine.”

 Who was Johann Friedrich Blumenbach?

 Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (11 May 1752 – 22 January 1840) was a German physician, naturalist, physiologist, and anthropologist. He was one of the first to explore the study of mankind as an aspect of natural history. His teachings in comparative anatomy were applied to the classification of what he called human races, of which he determined there to be five…Blumenbach divided the human species into five races in 1779, later founded on crania research (description of human skulls), and called them (1793/1795)”


 Johann F. Blumenback(h), a German (1745-1840), was the first to divide humanity on the basis of skin color. Up to this time, no such attempts had been made. His classification set up a color line to the detriment of later generations. Mr. Blumenbach classified five chief races of mankind: the Caucasian, the Mongolian, the Ethiopian, the American (American Indians) and Malayan.” From Babylon to Timbuktu by Rudolph R. Windsor pg. 21

 According to the Bible, there are only three classifications of mankind which are Ham, Shem, and Japheth:

“And the sons of Noah, that went forth of the ark, were Shem, and Ham, and Japheth: and Ham is the father of Canaan. These are the three sons of Noah: and of them was the whole earth overspread.  Gen. 9:18-19

 The different race classes we see today are used to further confuse the masses while at the same time moving us from the Biblical understanding of nations.

 3.) Are the Native Americans Mongoloid?

 You may hear many claims concerning the forefathers of the Native Indians descending from East Asians or “Mongoloids”. Is this true according to history?

 Mr. Adair says that though some have supposed the Americans to be descendants from the Chinese; yet neither their religion, laws or customs agree in the least with those of the Chinese, which sufficiently proves that they are not of this line. And he says the remaining traces of their religious ceremonies, and civil and martial customs, are different from those of the old Scythians. He thinks, therefore, that the old opinion that the Indians are descended from the Tartars or ancient Scythians, should be exploded as weak and without foundation. Those who have advocated the affirmative have not been able to produce much, if any evidence, that any of the religious rites found among the Indians, and resembling those of ancient Israel, have ever been found among any people in the east of Asia. Such a thing cannot be expected. Those rites were arbitrary, established only in Israel; and designed to distinguish them from all other nations. It is utterly inadmissible then, to suppose these Indian rites may be accounted for, from an idea that the Indians may have learned them from other heathen nations.” A View of the Hebrews by Ethan Smith pg. 178

 Mr. Adair’s Own Words:

Some have supposed the Americans to be descended from the Chinese: but neither their religion, laws, customs, &c., agree in the least with those of the Chinese: which sufficiently proves, they are not of that line. Besides, as our best ships now are almost half a year in sailing to China, or from thence to Europe; it is very unlikely they should attempt such dangerous discoveries, in early time, with their (supposed) small vessels, against rapid currents, and in dark and sickly monsoons; especially, as it is very probable they were unacquainted with the use of the load-stone to direct their course. China is above eight thousand miles distant from the American continent, which is twice as far as across the Atlantic ocean. — And, we are not informed by any ancient writer, of their maritime skill, or so much as any inclination that way, besides small coasting voyages. — The winds blow likewise, with little variation, from east to west, within the latitudes of thirty and odd, north and south, and therefore they could not drive them on the American coast, it lies directly contrary to such a course. Neither could persons fail to America, from the north, by the way of Tartary, or ancient Scythia; that, from its situation, never was, or can be, a maritime power, and it is utterly impracticable for any to come to America, by sea, from that quarter. Besides, the remaining traces of their religious ceremonies and civil and martial customs are quite opposite to the like vestiges of the old Scythians. Nor, even in the moderate northern climates, is to be seen the least vestige of any ancient stately buildings, or of any thick settlements, as are said to remain in the less healthy regions of Peru and Mexico. Several of the Indian nations assure us they crossed the Mississippi before they made their present northern settlements; which, connected with the former arguments, will sufficiently explode that weak opinion, of the American Aborigines being lineally descended from the Tartars, or ancient Scythians.” History of the Indians by James Adair pg. 12-13

 Though Adair states that it was impossible at that time to sail to the Americas, we know that according to the Bible the Most High stilled the waters and allowed the Natives to cross over (2 Esd. 13:44). Also, the Indians themselves state that they entered North America by way of the Mississippi River. This proves that the Natives did not migrate from Siberia and filter in through Alaska as it is stated in the Bering Strait Theory (See section 4: The Bering Strait Theory).

 4.) The Bering Strait Theory

 Another lie is the idea that the original inhabitants of the Americas migrated through the Bering Strait from Siberia12,000-20,000 years ago (some even say millions). Did the Native Americans migrate through the Bering Strait?

 The Bering land bridge theory of how the North American continent and Central and South America were first populated was proposed as far back as the 16th century. In recent decades the theory has become controversial as many Native Americans have rejected the theory for religious reasons and because of subsequent archeological and geological findings. Native Americans also have suggested that the theory was used by those in political power whose agenda over the last two centuries was the disenfranchisement of their tribes as the original inhabitants of North America.”

 Understand that the secular explanations of how the Natives got to the Americas are theories which contradict themselves:

 “America had been discovered nearly two hundred years before reflecting minds had begun to inquire info the peculiarities of its first inhabitants, and as they, instead of collecting evidence from corresponding facts, gave at once their own speculations as the end of inquiry, we have only a mass of contradictory theories.” – The Ten Tribes of Israel by Barbara Simon pg. 27

 The Bering Strait theory is no exception. The lie of Indians crossing the Bering Strait was based on politics and not historical fact. Some scientist have even questioned whether the Bering Strait land bridge ever existed:

 “The Bering Strait Myth is not so much science as it is politics.  Much objective modern science in the past several decades has even suggested that it is highly questionable if there ever was a so-called ‘land-bridge’, or ‘ice-bridge’ as some have defined it. Yes, that’s right, from an in-depth, intensive non-politically affected and unbiased scientific study of earth history, countless scientists (mostly non-American) have concluded that there most likely never was a ‘land-bridge’… Most U.S. History books, and many other books written about  North American Indigenous people begin by propagating the Bering Strait Myth, telling the silly story of thousands, even millions, of early First Nations people migrating from Asia,  crossing the so-called ‘land-bridge’ of the Bering Strait.

 As we dig deeper, we begin to find that the Bering Strait land bridge theory was a 16th century Jesuit  creation:

 The Bering land bridge theory was proposed by the Jesuit priest Jose de Acosta in the 16th century. He suggested that the Arctic and the North American continent were settled by people from Siberia to what is now Alaska over a land bridge that subsequently became submerged as the sea level rose with the end of the last Ice AgeAmerican archeologist Samuel Haven used the land-bridge theory in 1856 as the basis for his hypothesis that humans traveled via a Bering land bridge. This let them travel from Siberia to Alaska and take a land route south through Canada as the Ice Age retreated. Modern hypotheses, none of which have won complete acceptance, have humans appearing in Alaska and the North American continent overland or by boat from 12,000 to 17,000 years ago. Sites in South America have been dated even earlier than that, suggesting that other people may have reached it by a sea route.”

 Also known as the Bering Strait Theory or Beringia theory, the Land Bridge theory has been widely accepted since the 1930s. The idea was first postulated in a rudimentary fashion in 1590 by the Jesuit scholar José de Acosta. This model of migration into the New World proposes that people migrated from Siberia into Alaska, tracking big game animal herds. They were able to cross between the two continents by a land bridge called the Bering Land Bridge, which spanned what is now the Bering Strait, during the Wisconsin glaciation, the last major stage of the Pleistocene beginning 50,000 years ago and ending some 10,000 years ago”

 The Native Americans reject the idea that they migrated through the Bering Strait:

Native Americans have denied the Bering land bridge theory in part because they see it as a tool by which mid-19th century American politicians excused their “land grab” of Native American territories by claiming they had only been settled in America for a few thousand years, after using the land bridge to leave their original home of Siberia. The politicians also stated that it was America’s “manifest destiny” to expand westward across the North American continent, bringing democratic ideals to less-enlightened peoples. The supporters of Manifest Destiny saw native Americans as incapable of self-government. Native Americans believe that Manifest Destiny was used as a way to strip them of their lands at a time when immigration and a rising birth rate made it imperative that America have more lands onto which settlers could expand their territory, whether Native Americans were living there already or not:

 What Was the Real Agenda Behind the Bering Strait Theory?

“In the midst of the American ‘Manifest Destiny’[1] social climate, the Bering Strait theory provided a ‘scientific’ means to justify the taking of ancestral Indian lands. In short, the mythical theory eased the conscience, as it was a way for land-hungry immigrants to believe that because Indian people were only ‘recent inhabitants’ of this land that it was not our ‘homeland’. Therefore we were, in their minds, not anymore the ‘original people’ in this land than they were. This was, and still is, the political power of the infamous ‘Bering Strait theory’.”

Edom understood that his takeover of the Americas and making it into the image of Rome was a fulfillment of prophecy (Deut. 28:49; Rev. 13:11-14). Since the first voyage of Columbus, Edom sought to use false politics to take the land from the Native Indians in order to fulfill this prophecy. The lie that was created in the 16th century by a Jesuit was now being used as the political reasoning behind destroying the Indians and taking their land.

 5.) Do terms like Asian, Oriental, and Asiatic stated in Secular in History always equate to Japheth?

When researching topics concerning eastern culture, you’ll often find terms such as Asian, Asiatic, or Oriental. This often leads the average American reader to assume this is in reference to the children of Japheth (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc.). What we in the Western World define as Asia is a recent connotation of the term. In fact, Asia is broken down into different territories. What we deem Asia (China, Japan, etc.) is only one section which is defined as the Far East ( This is done purposely to confuse you into attributing historical references of Asia only to the children of Japheth. This is also a way of covertly hiding the identity of the true Biblical Israelites. What is the true identity of Asia? As mentioned, Asia like all continents is broken down into sections. For example, the continent of the Americas is broken down into North America, Central America, and South America, Canada, and the Carribean Islands. Africa is broken down into North Africa, East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, and South Africa. So why is it when we think of the continent of Asia, we only think about a few countries in Far East Asia? Let’s examine the true definition of the aforementioned terms.

 We’ll start with the term Oriental:

 Oriental – ( usually initial capital letter ) of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the Orient, or East; Eastern. of the orient or east; eastern.

 What is the meaning of Orient?

 The Orient means the EastIt is a traditional designation for anything that belongs to the Eastern world or the Near East or the Far East, in relation to Europe. In English, it is largely a metonym for, and coterminous with, the continent of Asia…The term “Orient” derives from the Latin word oriens (Orion) meaning “east” (lit. “rising” < orior ” rise”). The use of the word for “rising” to refer to the east (where the sun rises).

 When did the term’s connotation begin to change?

 “In European historiography, the meaning of “the Orient” changed in scope several times. Originally the term referred to Egypt, the Levant, and adjoining areas. Later the term became synonymous with Islam and Judaism and its scope expanded both eastward and westward to include all non-European areas of Eurasian civilization, including North Africa as far west as Morocco. During the 1800s India, and to a lesser extent China, began to displace the Levant as the primary subject of Orientalist research. By the mid-20th century, Western scholars generally considered “the Orient” as just East Asia, Southeast Asia, and eastern Central Asia. As recently as the early 20th century the term “Orient” continued to often used in ways that included North Africa and even parts of southeastern Europe. Today the term primarily evokes images of China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and peninsular Southeast Asia.”

 Were there Israelites in Asia Also?

 There is substantial evidence to prove that the Israelites were scattered into Asia:

 Acts. 2:5 And there were dwelling at Jerusalem Jews, devout men, out of every nation under heaven…Acts 2:9 Parthians, and Medes, and Elamites, and the dwellers in Mesopotamia, and in Judaea, and Cappadocia, in Pontus, and Asia,

 Acts 16:6 Now when they had gone throughout Phrygia and the region of Galatia, and were forbidden of the Holy Ghost to preach the word in Asia,

 Acts 19:10 And this continued by the space of two years; so that all they which dwelt in Asia heard the word of the Lord Jesus, both Jews, and Greeks.

 1Pet. 1:1 Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, to the strangers scattered throughout Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia,

 Rev. 1:11Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest, write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.

 Antiquities of the Jews – Book XI (Ch. 5) “Wherefore there are but two tribes in Asia and Europe subject to the Romans, while the ten tribes are beyond the Euphrates till now, and are an immense multitude, and not to be estimated by numbers.”

 So the next time you hear the terms Asian or Oriental, ask yourself which Asian and Orientals is it referring to. Why? Because Israelites were also in Asia.


 Now that the lies concerning the Northern Kingdom Israelites have been fully exposed, we can now build upon this foundation a true understand concerning their history. No longer do we have to be overtaken and discouraged by the lies of the so-called scholars who have tried so hard to taint our history. This information is not for us to glory but instead to give all glory to the Father for the knowledge He has given us to restore His people Israel:

 Isa. 49:6 And he said, It is a light thing that thou shouldest be my servant to raise up the tribes of Jacob, and to restore the preserved of Israel: I will also give thee for a light to the Gentiles, that thou mayest be my salvation unto the end of the earth. 

Stay Tuned for our study concerning:

Lies Concerning the Southern Kingdom Israelites

Bless You,


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[1]    Manifest Destiny is the belief that the European settlers had a divine right to take the land from the Native Americans to “remake the west in the image of agrarian America”