The following article contains show notes from
“The Lost Tribe of Judah”
The follow up show:
The ancient past, the recent past and the beliefs not proven by facts which keep the historical stories alive
The roots of the real Christianity
The mysterious force which has been under attack for over 2000 years
Was Britain a highly civilized country that had given birth to the original Christianity?
Or, was it as the Romans say, a pagan island full of heathens?
They called it the “Happy Isles”, so it cant have been that bad.
Officially it all starts around 600 AD, I now believe that this is at least 600 years too late.
The academics repeat that almost nothing is known of the early life of the man who brought Christianity to medieval England.
Augustine was most likely living as a monk in Rome when in 595, Pope Gregory the Great chose him to lead a mission to convert the pagan Anglo-Saxons to the Christian faith.
What they don’t tell you is that Britain was already Christian when King Ethelbert of Kent converted after being visited by Augustine and his entourage
There is certainly evidence that Britain was Christian before the Romans invaded. There is also dispute as to whether Britain was fully conquered by the Romans.
Could early Christianity have emerged not in the Middle East, but in Britain?
Constantine relocated Christianity to present day Israel and even set up the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
This took place from around 325 AD.
The pieces of the cross from the crucifixion were also later to be planted there.
Constantine built the first church on the site known as the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in about 336 A.D. according to academia.
Today’s version of Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The site had been a pagan temple dedicated to the goddess Venus in 119 AD. Sacrifice to demons and pagan rites were performed there.
The official story goes that Constantine’s mother Helena was believed to have found a relic of the cross of Christ’s crucifixion on the site.
Helena journeyed to Jerusalem with a large quantity of gold, Constantine wrote a letter to Macarius I (313-323), requesting him to assist her in every possible way with her task of renewing Christian holy places.
After her arrival in Jerusalem, Helena destroyed the pagan temples and reconsecrated the places desecrated by the pagans.
She was zealous to find the Cross of Jesus Christ, she ordered the excavation of the place where the temple of Venus had stood. They also found three crosses and some nails.
They found them because they put them there.
Modern day Israel was a decoy as so called Pagan Britain could not be seen as the home of an early Christian civilization and its secrets were to be kept. Constantine relocated the birth of Christianity to what is now modern day Israel. This was for strategic reason of Empire.
After her arrival in Jerusalem Helena built churches in Bethlehem, on the Mount of Olives, at Gethsemane and in many other places connected with the life of Christ and events in the New Testament.
The construction of the church of the Resurrection, called “Martyrion” in memory of the sufferings of Christ was completed in the same year as the Council of Tyre in 335 AD and in the thirtieth year of the reign of Constantine the Great.
Therefore, at the assembly of September 13, 335, Hierarchs of Christian Churches in many lands: Bythnia, Thrace, Cilicia, Cappadocia, Syria, Mesopotamia, Phoenicia, Arabia, Palestine, and Egypt, participated in the consecration of the church. Thereby cementing it into future consciousness as the place where Jesus was laid to rest and resurrected. The bishops who participated in the Council of Tyre, and many others, went to the consecration in Jerusalem.
On this day all the city of Jerusalem was consecrated. The Fathers of the Church established September 13 as the commemoration of this remarkable event.
This is all official history, it is the creation of a story and has nothing to do with fact or evidence that any of it happened there
Almost 300 years later, the Persians burned the church down, after which it was restored, destroyed again, and restored once more.
The Crusaders in the 12th century undertook a rebuild of the site, which included a chapel in Helena’s honour. Since that time, frequent restorations and repairs have taken place.
So, Christianity could quite easily have been relocated to this place as there was no evidence before Constantine and Helena created the artifacts and monuments.
Yes, I thought it was impossible, until I looked at the compelling evidence for Britain and the complete lack of it in modern day Israel.
Could the modern day Israel be a decoy and Jerusalem and Judean’s actually be from some other land mass?
It is certainly in a strategic position to influence and control what happens in the middle East and its lobbying power and the amount of money pumped into it is phenomenal.
When we look at evidence for the events in present day Israel we find that the Bible stories and geography do not fit but they do when they are transported to another land mass.
These are also the theories of William Comyns Beaumont
See “Britain Shattered Isles” at windowsontheworld.net
So who were the Judeans and where was it?
It is believed The Yehudi tribe were from The Kingdom of Judah
Derived from the Hebrew name Yehuda, Judah means “praise,” or “praised,”
In the Hebrew Bible, Judah is the fourth son of Jacob and Leah and the founder of the Tribe of Judah.
The English term Jew originates in the Biblical Hebrew word Yehudi, meaning “from the Kingdom of Judah”.
It passed into Greek as Ioudaios and Latin as Iudaeus, which evolved into the Old French giu after the letter “d” was dropped.
Who were the Judeans and where were they from?
The assumption made is that the Kingdom of Israel (Samaria) was in the north, and the Kingdom of Judah in the south.
The Kingdom of Israel or the land also known as Canaan was conquered by the Neo-Assyrian Empire (circa 722 BCE), then the Kingdom of Judah by the Neo-Babylonian Empire (586 BCE).
Israel had many names over thousands of years, its earliest was Canaan, others were: Palestine, Bilad es Shem, Djahy, Eretz Palestina and Aleph Yud.
The Israel of the Bible was Eretz Israel, It may surprise you to know that there is no real empirical historic evidence that Israel was even situated in its present location and no evidence has been forthcoming to suggest that it was.
Modern day Israel has no foundation claim to that of its modern day inhabitants and no historical monuments or artifacts have been found to claim otherwise.
The popular wailing wall is mainly Roman with the lower half claimed to have been built by Herod. The upper parts were added it is claimed in 7 AD. This is another of the many assumptions we are told to accept along with the sites of the first and second temples.
The place of supposed Exile in Sinai whether for 40 years or forty days contains no evidence of it.
The plain facts are that the much talked about 3rd Temple will be assembled through a claim of right which for some reason is not contested by those who helped create this modern day homeland for believers of a religious cult.
It would be built on an unprovable assumption by those who have had no provable connection whatsoever with the area.
The Black Hebrews, as the spiritual community’s members are commonly known, first made their way to Israel from the United States in the 1960s. While members do not consider themselves Jewish, they claim an ancestral connection to Israel.
This claim is obviously more credible than that of Russians and East Europeans.
Around 3,000 Black Hebrews live in remote towns in southern Israel. They are not fully recognized as having a legitimate claim there by the Europeans and Russians who emigrated and now live in the modern state called Israel.
The Black Hebrews believe they are descendants of the biblical tribes of Israel who, after the Roman conquest of Judea in 70 A.D., fled down the Nile and west into Africa and were ultimately taken as slaves to North America centuries later.
They observe an interpretation of biblical laws that includes strict veganism, abstention from tobacco and hard alcohol, fasting on the Sabbath, polygamy, and a ban on wearing synthetic fabrics.
The Modern day state of Israel formed in 1948 and officially grants people it considers Jewish automatic citizenship but limits entry to others who don’t fall under its definition.
The Black Hebrews have not had an easy time of it, many threatened with deportation and comedically described as antisemitic by powerful Western lobbying groups such as the ADL and Southern Poverty Law Centre.
Archaeology suggests that Canaan and- or Ancient Israel or its many other names as a region contains mounds built up over thousands of years called “Tels” in Arabic.
Mounds are synonymous around the world and were common amongst all ancient civilizations. Those civilizations developed and left advanced megalithic structures. The biggest structures in present day Israel can be attributed to the Romans.
The story goes that after Initially being exiled to Babylon by the Egyptian Pharaoh upon the defeat of the Neo-Babylonian Empire by the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus the Great (538 BC), many of the Jewish exiles then returned to what is now known as Jerusalem, building the Second Temple.
They were not Jewish exiles but those said to have originated in the Kingdom of Judea. There is no connection to a religion just a group who lived in an area known as Judea
According to the unreliable, censored and overtly biased Wikipedia
The history of Israel covers an area of the Southern Levant also known as Canaan, Palestine or the Holy Land, which is the geographical location of the modern states of Israel and Palestine.
Modern Israel was formed in 1948 as a home for a group of people scattered around the world especially Russia, Poland and other East European countries. Some were from the Middle East and a few from Africa.
They consisted mainly of two ethnic groups, the Sephardim and the Ashkenazi who call themselves Jews and are not ethnic descendants of Judeans.
These groups had been thrown out or “exiled” from many countries in the middle ages. The official figure is 109 countries.
In 1948 the region was called Palestine. A home for Judeans would be Judah, not Israel.
Israel is a new state created by the British through the Balfour declaration, which was a letter with no legal authority. The new state of Israel was not populated by the descendants of Judea but mainly of Russians who identified as a group calling themselves Jews.
This modern day group have been involved overtly and covertly in many uprisings and revolutions including the Russian Revolution in 1917 and the overthrowing of the Sultan in modern day Turkey by The Young Turks through the crypto Donmeh sect who outwardly converted to Islam but were devotees of Sabbatei Tzevi and Jacob Frank the Sabbatean Frankists.
The Hebrew language is said to have evolved from Aramaic
Claims are made that Hebrew originated earlier but it was always a copy of the earlier Aramaic. Aramaic came first and is the common language of the region.
There was also Phoenician, a Semitic language, more precisely belonging to the group of Canaanite languages which includes Hebrew, Phoenician, Philistine, Moabite, etc.
It was spoken in the area called Canaan in Phoenician, Hebrew and Aramaic, “Phoenicia” in Greek and Latin, “Put” in old Egyptian.
According to academia:
The Imperial Aramaic script of the earlier scrolls in the 3rd century BCE evolved into the Hebrew square script of the later scrolls in the 1st century CE, also known as ketav Ashuri (Assyrian script), still in use today.
There are claims that Hebrew was much older but it always preceded Aramaic which the later Hebrew copied.
The Middle English word Jew derives from Old English where the word is said to have appeared as early as 1000 ad in various forms, such as Iudeas, Gyu, Giu, Iuu, Iuw, Iew. The Old English name is derived from Old French. The modern French term is “Juif/Juive”.
However there is not much evidence of the word being used before the 14th century. Along with the now officially debunked but still taught Out of Africa theory
The land of Canaan saw the emergence of Natufian culture c. 10th millennium BCE, the region entered the Bronze Age c. 2,000 BCE with the development of Canaanite civilization, before being invaded by Egypt in the Late Bronze Age.
The story goes that In the Iron Age, the kingdoms of Israel and Judah were established, entities that were central to the origins of the Jewish and Samaritan peoples as well as the Abrahamic faith tradition.
Though there is no evidence that present day Israel was where this actually took place
This area now called Israel is stated by academia to have given rise to Judaism, Samaritanism, Christianity, Islam, Druzism, Baha’ism, and a variety of other religious movements.
According to chabad,org the website of the Chabad Lubovitch Cult which “infiltrated Russia long before the Mossad” according to Rabbi Dovid Eliezrie
The Chabad movement was established in 1775, by Shneur Zalman, a student of Dov Ber of Mezeritch, the successor to Hasidism’s founder, Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov.
This was after the First Partition of Poland in the town of Liozno, Pskov Governorate, Russian Empire (now Liozna in Belarus),
The commentaries from Chabad explain that the name Yehudah shares the same root as the Hebrew word hoda’ah, which means acknowledgement or submission.
“One who acknowledges G‑d’s existence and submits to His authority—to the extent that he is willing to sacrifice his life for the sanctification of His name—he is called a Yehudi.”
There seems to be a different interpretation here as the origin in accepted academia is is said to be Derived from the Hebrew name Yehuda, Judah means “praise,” or “praised,”
“Abraham is commonly referred to as “The First Jew.” As the first person to use his own cognitive abilities to discover and recognize the one G‑d, reject the idolatrous ways of his ancestors and contemporaries, actively publicized the truth of G‑d and was prepared to give his very life for these goals—Abraham epitomized “Jewishness” many centuries before the term came into common use.”
This is of course just attaching the modern name Jew to Abraham
The Chabad Lubovitch have infiltrated many countries and this was their original mode of operation. They are cabalists and advocate strict Noahide Laws for None Noahides. That is those who will not reject their faith in Jesus will be beheaded under their extreme and intolerant law system.
Their last Rebbe or leader some would say Messiah was Menachem Mendel Schneerson made some very supremacist statements about “none Jews.”
“The body of a Jewish person is of a totally different quality from the body of (members) of all nations of the world. The difference in the inner quality between Jews and none Jews is so great that the bodies should be considered as completely different species”.
Menachem Mendel Schneerson
It would help if he could define what a Jew is and why he is one and others aren’t.
Is he talking about Darwinian evolution or is he just talking bollocks? You decide.
As we will see from the Chabad website they have no clear definition of what they believe a Jew is or isn’t.
Interesting the Chabad have a large premises in modern day Thessaloniki the original home of the Sabbatean Frankist and Donmeh cult.
The history of Chabad from their website:
Before the Second World War the only Lubavitch presence in the UK was in the form of a number of Synagogues which had an association with Chabad-Lubavitch.
Two were in Manchester and one was in Old Castle Street in East London. There was also a Beis Hamedrash in Stamford Hill, run by a Lubavitch chassid, Rabbi Binyaminson. A leading figure in this informal fellowship was Mr Solomon Perrin of Lubavitch House, Stamford Hill
In 1948 the Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, sent his devoted follower Rabbi Benzion Shemtov to London with the task of organising a Chabad-Lubavitch presence in order to strengthen Jewish education throughout the UK and Europe
Greeted warmly by Mr Perrin, Rabbi Shemtov chose Stamford Hill as the centre of his activities.
They are an isolationist cult and have nothing to do with outsiders except in a superficial way which may promote their cult.
How do Chabad define what a modern day Jew is and came from?
They say on their website that:
“While there is a definite cluster of Jewish genes, plenty of people have those genes but aren’t Jewish, and plenty don’t have them and are.”
These riddles are very typical of this cult and are the only consistent thing that can be relied upon. There is never a straight answer. The riddles are refined depending on the question asked or the opinion of the Rabbi on a particular day.
“DNA does not make you a Jew. It’s something much deeper.”
Let’s start from the beginning. The “Jewish” people began with the descendants of Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca, Jacob, Leah and Rachel. The children of Jacob, to start with, likely married out of the family. Then there was the “mixed multitude” that came with the Children of Israel out of Egypt.
Until the covenant at Mount Sinai, there was no formal conversion, and several of the classic commentaries write that Jewishness may have followed the paternal line. (From Sinai on, Jewishness follows the maternal line.)
The royal family itself is linked to King David, a descendant of a convert named Ruth whose story is told in a book of the Hebrew Bible named after her.
Another book, the Megillah of Esther, speaks of “many of the people of the land” becoming Jewish during the Persian exile.None of this is supported by any real evidence nor has it any basis in historical fact, it is just another story .
The Torah is not just the Pentateuch it is the whole body of writing including the Talmud, Mishnah, Gebara all cabalistic writinngs including the Zohar, Sephir Yetzirah and many more and of course every written word and utterance of any Rabbi or authority relied on within the broad and ever expanding belief system of the cult.
The more hate filled and radical statements in the Babylonian Talmud are attributed to be just the opinions of a Rabbi yet they are written into the system as belief and therefore law. They are religious and trusted statements otherwise they would not be included, they would be just opinions which they are clearly not.
With such a colourful and expansive body of opinions and beliefs we are looking at an undefinable cult which is defined by those who support, enable and promote it.
Where is the core belief system, where is the actual location which produced this?
There is no one location as there is a split in the system between those who call themselves modern day Jews. The Chassidim do not believe in a homeland called Israel, other European Jews do.
The modern day Israel is British Israel, it would not have existed without British influence. Edmond de Rothschild bankrolled it and the British enabled it with others coming to the table after this initial claim.
The British had to leave pretty quickly after its formation and the new Israel was born out of terror groups such as Haggenah and Irgun and the extreme Zionist racists such as Avraham Stern of the infamous Stern Gang.
The roots of the Stern Gang lay in the 1930s Zionist countermovement known as Revisionism, lead by Ze’ev Jabotinsky.
Revisionism held that Jews could not wait around for British good will to grant them a state in Palestine but had to act themselves to take power.
Jabotinsky, although attracted to the era’s fascist ideology, was an admirer of the British and unwilling to confront them. His goal was to persuade London to authorize the organization of a Jewish army that would safeguard British interests in the Middle East against a resurgent Germany.
Within the Revisionist movement, Avram Stern, although loath to challenge Jabotinsky, considered him naive.
For Stern, the British were an implacable enemy. He hated them so much, in fact, that he was prepared to make a deal with the Nazis–on the grounds that they were merely persecutors–to help in the overthrow of the British Mandate.
A romantic and a mystic more than a political thinker, Stern actually believed the Nazis would consent to the establishment of a sovereign Jewish state in Palestine, and he continued his unrequited courtship of them–turning to the Italians when prospects with the Germans looked grim–even after the war began.
The British finally had enough of him by the time General Rommel’s German armies reached the gates of Cairo in 1942 and fatally shot him in his Tel Aviv hideout.
It is believed that the mainstream Zionists, led by David Ben-Gurion, helped the British to track Stern down.
The Balfour Declaration
The Balfour Declaration never mentioned Israel, it was a home for Jews in Palestine
The Balfour Declaration was a public statement issued by the British Government in 1917 during the First World War announcing its support for the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine, then an Ottoman region with a small minority Jewish population. The declaration was contained in a letter dated 2 November 1917 from the United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour to Lord Rothschild, a leader of the British Jewish community, for transmission to the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland. The text of the declaration was published in the press on 9 November 1917.
So, the bonds between the mainstream Zionists and the British were always very strong. This still continues to this day with Israels powerful lobbies having their way with all mainstream parties. See The Lobby Al Jazeera documentary.
Immediately following their declaration of war on the Ottoman Empire in November 1914, the British War Cabinet began to consider the future of Palestine; within two months a memorandum was circulated to the Cabinet by a Zionist Cabinet member, Herbert Samuel, proposing the support of Zionist ambitions in order to enlist the support of Jews in the wider war. A committee was established in April 1915 by British Prime Minister H. H. Asquith to determine their policy towards the Ottoman Empire including Palestine. Asquith, who had favoured post-war reform of the Ottoman Empire, resigned in December 1916; his replacement David Lloyd George favoured partition of the Empire. The first negotiations between the British and the Zionists took place at a conference on 7 February 1917 that included Sir Mark Sykes and the Zionist leadership. Subsequent discussions led to Balfour’s request, on 19 June, that Rothschild and Chaim Weizmann submit a draft of a public declaration. Further drafts were discussed by the British Cabinet during September and October, with input from Zionist and anti-Zionist Jews but with no representation from the local population in Palestine.
By late 1917, in the lead-up to the Balfour Declaration, the wider war had reached a stalemate, with two of Britain’s allies not fully engaged: the United States had yet to suffer a casualty, and the Russians were in the midst of a revolution with Bolsheviks taking over the government. A stalemate in southern Palestine was broken by the Battle of Beersheba on 31 October 1917. The release of the final declaration was authorised on 31 October; the preceding Cabinet discussion had referenced perceived propaganda benefits amongst the worldwide Jewish community for the Allied war effort.
The opening words of the declaration represented the first public expression of support for Zionism by a major political power. The term “national home” had no precedent in international law, and was intentionally vague as to whether a Jewish state was contemplated. The intended boundaries of Palestine were not specified, and the British government later confirmed that the words “in Palestine” meant that the Jewish national home was not intended to cover all of Palestine.
The King David Hotel Bombing
Operation Agatha (Saturday, June 29, 1946) sometimes called Black Shabbat or Black Saturday because it began on the Jewish sabbath, was a police and military operation conducted by the British authorities in the British Mandate of Palestine.
In response to Operation Agatha/Black Sabbath, in which the British arrested hundreds of Irgun and Lehi fighters, the Jewish militias were determined to strike back.
British Soldiers and police searched for arms and made arrests in Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, and Haifa, and in several dozen settlements; the semi-official Jewish Agency was raided. The total number of British security forces involved is variously reported as 10,000, 17,000, and 25,000. About 2,700 individuals were arrested, among them Moshe Sharett.
The British objectives included dissuading the Haganah and the Palmach, Lehi (Stern Gang), and the Irgun Tzvai Leumi, from undertaking further attacks against British troops and officials, as well as possibly dissuading a unilateral proclamation of a Jewish state, and bolstering morale.
The southern wing of the King David Hotel, Palestine’s finest hotel was the British military’s headquarters. The Haganah approved the attack (but later dropped out), and the Irgun and Lehi executed a plan to bomb the British side of the hotel.
Disguised as Arab workers, Irgun fighters set the explosives in the basement, while a smaller bomb was placed across the street as a distraction; the Irgun called the hotel switchboard to report the bomb, hoping to evacuate the hotel and minimize the casualties.
Whether the bomb threat was ignored, never reached the necessary authorities, came too late, or the bomb itself was mis-timed has long been debated. But the hotel was not evacuated and the explosion killed 91 people: 41 Arabs, 28 British, 17 Jews, 2 Armenians, and one Russian, Egyptian, and Greek. Most were civilians but several high-ranking officers were among the dead. It was the single worst terrorist attack in modern Middle Eastern history and would not be surpassed until Arab terrorists bombed the U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut in 1983.
The Oded Yinon Plan and Greater Israel
The ideology behind modern day Israel has nothing to do with religion it was a strategic plan for the middle east by those who helped create it.
The Greater Israel or Ode Yinon plan is all about the New World Order and nothing to do with religion.
The long term plan may be to completely wipe out what is modern day Israel after it has served its strategic purpose as a base to control the wider middle east and Iran.
Modern day Israel raises many questions and when examined does not have many credible answers.
Those that wish to enter the kingdom of God may stand a better chance if they lose their cognitive dissonance, historical fantasies and exclusivity of belief.