The Amerinds and their descendants are Israelites

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The Amerinds and their descendants are Israelites

The video above identifies the Native Americans and related peoples of North, Central and South America (and the Caribbean Islands) as the descendants of the Lost Tribes of the House of Israel, according to both Biblical and secular historical accounts. Various scriptures and extra-biblical sources are quote from toward the latter half of the video. The video follows the Northern Kingdom of Israel after the Assyrian captivity. More specifically, it follows the “peaceable multitude” branch of the Israelites that separated themselves from the massive horde of pagan warlike nomads; the Scythians. The file was corrupted while being edited and uploaded so some of the audio/video are out of sync. Despite the flaws, the message should be clearly understood. Video begins at 10 seconds. Although the identification of the Native Americans as the bloodline descendants of the Lost tribes of Israel may be new information to some of us, this fact was known and published in times past by many respected sources.

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Some of these many sources can be found at the Brown University John Carter Library online (CLICK HERE)

Brown University Library online

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More evidence in support of this fact can even be found on PBS’s Nova Online article, titled, Where are the Ten Lost Tribes?: 

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“In the early 16th century, Bartholeme de Las Casas became the champion of the Native American Indians, devoting his lifetime to improving the conditions—in the West Indies, Peru and Guatemala. Las Casas wrote: “These Indians can bring near the redemption. If we treat them humanely in this world and convert them to Christianity, we are preparing for the redemption of the Western world in the messianic era. Their conversion is apt indeed, as I am convinced the Indians originate in Ancient Israel. Indeed, I can bring proofs from the Bible that they are of the Lost Tribes.” The association of the Indians with the Lost Tribes was heard again and again. The report by Portuguese traveler Antonio Montezinos some 120 years later aroused remarkable interest. “It was a thrilling journey I took in South America. Now that I am back in Amsterdam, I must share with you some incredible news. There is a Jewish Indian tribe living beyond the mountain passes of the Andes. Indeed, I myself heard them recite the She’ma (the expression of the Jewish faith) and saw them observe the Jewish rituals.” Christian theologians awaiting the Second Coming were thrilled to receive this welcome news. For tradition held that when the Ten Tribes were found, reunited and restored to the Holy Land, the messianic age was close at hand.” – PBS NOVA Online, Where are the Ten Lost Tribes?

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Here are some further quotes to support the assertion that the Native Americans are indeed the descendants of the ‘Lost Tribes of Israel’. This fact was obviously known by many and therefore it is by no means a new or radical idea.

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“The three great classes of the aboriginal Americans, first and best known among them, bore these great and substantial marks their forefathers in the land of Canaan had been distinctly known: for their leanings towards Idolatry and some especial features of it, which I shall have occasion to point out, are too plainly described in the scripture history to leave us in any doubt; while they still professed, in a defective manner, their belief in the One True God: and probably their residence in Media of some continuance, and how long we are not able with certainty to say, little tended to lessen the disposition they had always manifested to Idolatry, with it hateful and iniquitous customs… And it will further be shewn, that although the Indians have great and striking varieties in their language, yet all of them bear strong marks of being derived from one root.A View of the American Indians, by Israel Worsley, ix-x

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But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light:” – 1 Peter 2:9

The American tribes, of whom I am about to treat, have a general character peculiar to themselves, yet they differ in some striking particulars one from another. Their general resemblance has been observed by many persons, who independently of each other, have visited distant parts of that vast contient. There has been found a great likeness throughout, together with lines of difference, similar to those which are seen in the societies that possess the lands of the old hemisphere… Although there are spread over a country which bears a near proportion to the Eastern Continent, and stretches as wide from North to South, into the frigid and over the torrid zone, still a great resemblance is discovered among them, they have all the appearance of being descended from one stock… I shall produce much more than mere conjecture, many circumstances which amount to a strong presumptive proof, and an abundance of corroborating facts, those minor points of similitude will be regarded in their proper light, and be allowed to throw in their mite of evidence in support of the interesting fact, that – The immense population with which the continent of America was found to be inhabited on its first discovery, were the direct lineal descendants of the nine tribes and a half, or a large part of them, that were carried captive by the Assyrian King, and since their banishment from their own country have been lost to their brethren the Jews and to all the historians of latter times. But can they be altogether lost, or can they be intermingled among the new tribes that have been formed and the new kingdoms that have sprung up? They constituted a large portion of the chosen people of God; concerning whom so many prophecies stand recorded in the holy books, for whom so many striking interferences took place under the direct agency of the Almighty; for the express purpose of separating them from the idolatrous nations, of keeping them a distinct and peculiar people, of making them bear his name to the ends of the earth and spread his glory among the nations. Can they then be lost, destroyed, rooted out from the habitations of men? Or can they be so amalgamated with those Idolaters who conquered them, or with those people with whom they have since dwelt, as to be no more known a separate people, as to have lost their identity, and be no where to be found in the day to which the language of prophecy directs our attention, when those who have been dispersed among the nations, and those who have been CAST OUT, shall alike be called by the special voice of God to return…” A View of the American Indians, by Israel Worsley, PG 3-9

“I say then, Hath God cast away his people? God forbid.” Romans 11:1

“For the Lord will not cast off his people, neither will he forsake his inheritance.” Psalms 94:14

Brown University Library Online

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If you listen to the chorus of the following Hip-Hop song, ‘One Little Indian,’ you can even hear the Amerindian in the background chanting, “Hey Ahayah, Hey Ahayah”. Some of the American Indians were apparently still aware of the name that the Most High God gave to Moses (Exodus 3:13-15) on Mount Sinai.

For a clearer version of the audio only, click HERE

The Native Americans are definitely Israelites.

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NATIVE AMERICANS ARE RELATED TO OTHER ISRAELITE DESCENDANTS WORLDWIDE.

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The clothing of some Amerind tribes reflects there Near East and Persian origins. Notice the turban and fringed garment

Some branches of the family travelled long distances across seas into the New World (Western Hemisphere) while other family branches remained wandering in the old world (Eastern Hemisphere). Thus, the Native Americans, who we understand to be lineal descendants of the Israelite tribes have distant relatives in the old world who are now known by many different names. 

Israelite Amerinds found in Old and New World

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pbs“Straddling the boundaries between Afghanistan, Pakistan and Kashmir lives the world’s largest tribal grouping—the Pathans. All of the 15million Pathans, who comprise some 60 tribes, claim descent from Kish, an ancestor of the Biblical King Saul. Many of them also claim to be them children of the Lost Israelites. The Pathans perform circumcision of the eighth day, wear a fringed garment similar to the Jewish tzizit, light candles on Friday nights and observe food taboos similar to the laws of Kashrut. In South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, tens of thousands of blacks have, in recent years, declared themselves descendants of one of the Lost Tribes. The Lemba claim to have been cut off from mainstream Judaism hundreds of years ago. They are well-versed in the Old Testament and avoid marriage outside their community. From every imaginable corner of the world theories arise linking different peoples and tribes with the Ten Lost Tribes: the Crimea, the Caucasus, Kenya, Nigeria, Armenia, Persia, Central Asia, North Siberia, West Africa, Peru, South America, Australia, Ireland. While the evidence may at times seem flimsy, the Jewish elements in these tribal cultures continue to fascinate scholar and layman alike.” PBS NOVA Online, Where are the Ten Lost Tribes?

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A ‘Mexican’ (Tribe of Issachar) soccer player

It is very interesting to note the many similarities between Iran and Mexico especially since we can identify the modern day Mexicans as the Israelite tribe of Issachar. According to the biblical record, tribes of Issachar were placed in the cities of the Medes (2 Kings 17:6 & 2 Kings 18:11) after the Assyrian captivity. Current research confirms the biblical record and people who can trace their descent to Issachar can still be found in Iran. Perhaps there is more that just coincidence to explain the many similarities between Iran and Mexico, including the colors of their national flags.

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“So where do we find Issachar in Scythia? “The Sagartii (Asakarta) were first reported of in the Zagros mountains of west Iran and were part of the Tribe of Issachar which tradition associated with that area. A similar group, the SAGARUCE, was recorded by Ptolemy on the east Caspian Sea shore and they have been equated with the Sakaraukae (or Saraukae)…In Carmania were the Isatichae ” – (Davidy, The Tribes, pp.57-58)

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By the way, it must be noted that the Amerind descendants of the ‘Lost Tribes’ of Israel wore the Mitre turban in the New World. This can be deemed as further evidence of their eastern origins and escape from the Assyrian and Median Empires.

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The ’Lost Tribes’ of Israel in the East during captivity and then…

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The ‘Lost Tribes’ in the West (Arsareth) after their escape through the Euphrates River.

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TOP: Sequoyah Native turban BOTTOM: Museum of the Cherokee Indian statue with feathered turban/mitre

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Seminole Indians with turban and feathers. Compare with Mughal Persianate empire’s turban and the Indian wedding turban.

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The Amerinds are definitely Israelites from the Northern Kingdom of Israel, who arrived in the western New World from the eastern Old World.

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Read about the journey of the other half of the Israelite family, the Southern Kingdom of Judah (tribes of Judah & Benjamin) by clicking HERE

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Read on further about the history of the Northern Kingdom of Israel of Amerinds/Latinos in the East. The peaceable tribes of the Northern Kingdom of Israel took council and escaped into the Americas by way of the Euphrates, however, the majority of the other, non-peaceble descendants of the tribes of Northern Israel, remained in the Assyrian and Persian region after the captivity. This group of Israelites became know as the Scythians—and extremely warlike people. Follow the wanderings of the ‘Lost Tribes’ into the East HERE.


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