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The Ten Lost Tribes

Lost Tribes in English:

Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Zebulun - Holland

Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Issachar - Frisians

Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Asher - Walloons (Belgians)

Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Judah - Jews

Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Reuben - France

Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Gad - Switzerland

Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Naphtali - Sweden

 11  Prophetic Clues Concerning Joseph - Anglo-Saxon Nations

Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Benjamin - Western-Vikings

Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Dan - the Irish


Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Levi - the Welsh


Ten Prophetic Clues Concerning Simeon - the Scots



Map of the Lost Ten Tribes, around 1500 AD



Lost Tribes

 

Only Saul, David and Solomon ruled over all the 12 tribes of Israel. After Solomon's death (ca. 930 BC) the kingdom split in two: The Two Tribed Kingdom of Judah in the south and the Ten Tribed Kingdom of Israel in the north. Both kingdoms coexisted for 200 years and often went to war with each other. Judah sometimes had righteous kings, Israel, the northern kingdom, never. In the Northern Kingdom, violence reigned (7 dynasties in 200 years); oppression of the poor; falling away from Yahweh; Golden Calves at Dan and Bethel; apostasy from God's Feasts (Jeroboam's Feast in the 8th month); introduction of Baal worship; human sacrifices, especially child sacrifices, to Molech; worship of sun, moon and stars; worship on the heights and by green trees (2 Kings 17).

 

The Ten Tribes of Israel were carried off to Northern Assyria in 722 BC and settled in what is now Kurdish territory. The Ten Tribes never repented and never returned to Yahweh, Sabbath, circumcision, Torah, and the land of Canaan. They disappeared into history and have been known as the 'Lost Tribes' ever since. In 612 BC, the Assyrian Kingdom was defeated by its renegade southern province, Babylon. The northernmost parts of Assyria were not conquered by Babylon. In the resulting power vacuum, the Ten Tribes - already pagan - must have turned north and crossed along the Caucasus. There, towards the north, freedom beckoned, for to the west lay the Lydian Empire, to the south the Babylonian Empire, and to the east the Median Empire.

 

They must have traveled through the Caucasus and southern Russia to Western Europe, where they reappeared in the 6th century BC as Celts (a name meaning strangers). The Celts have much in common with the paganized Lost Tribes of 2 Kings 17. The Celts worship Bel (cf. Baal), have human sacrifices, pray on heights and at sacred oaks, have a priestly class, the druids, etc. Along the way they have left the trace of Dan and consequently the names of almost all rivers have been changed: Don, Danube, Dniester, Dnieper and also think of Dantzig and Danmark. Above special articles about individual tribes.


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