One glance at the big map tells The Big Story:
And Bertrand Comparet presents an excellent brief argument, as only an attorney may, about the “lost tribes” of Israel. They never were lost to the God of Israel although “forgetfulness” and “amnesia” were part of their punishment. It’s time for Caucasians to realize who we are and seize our birthright!
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While the map tells the story it lacks accuracy. For one, the Caucas Mountians need to be better detailed and the >11,000 foot Darryl Pass, also known as “The Gates of Israel,” should be marked right in the middle of that 750 mile long mountain range.
Also, I disagree with the implications of the smaller map that The Flood was localized. While I am not sure, I believe The Flood of Noah was world wide.
More importantly, the section “Was Jesus a Jew” while technically correct in that Jesus did not practice the Judaism that came out of the Babylonian captivity, Jesus was a descendent of Israel’s fourth son Judah. The same line as David. Furthermore, Jesus was born in Bethlehem in the territory of Judah. Only in the sense of location of birth and in the sense of lineage, was Jesus a Jew.
It is confusing separating a Jew in religion from an Israelite, and it takes familiarity with the entire Bible to understand and to able to draw this distinction. Nevertheless, it is worth it. Read the Bible, the entire, whole, Holy Bible.
Compare the first passage of “Your Heritage” summarizing the differences in history and fates for the northern 10 tribes of Israel and the southern tribes of Judah with the Bible including the landmarks given for the placement of the Israelites in captivity. You may discover your heritage.
At your service,
In His Service!