Reading the Trans-migrations of a certain people (Israelites) makes me think that I should be running Celtic Campaigns on Earth Either in Albion, Hybernia, or Hyboria. Truth can be stranger than fiction. Apparently, to understand the Israelitish trans-migration is to understand our Geneaology. You all heard it that Western and Northern Europeans are Gentiles (non-israelites) and the Crew that worship Judaism are the Chosen People of God. Well . . . that's not quite the case.
First of all, we need to begin at the Age of Cancer, rather than the Age of Leo. Noah (known in Chinese as Nu Wa [They mixed up his sex, probably the first time a man's sex got confused by a Nation; the second time where we mixed up the sex of Jesus Christ and his Father and assume them to be women]). Noah had three sons -- Shem, Japheth, and Ham.
Shem married a white woman, Japheth married a woman who is described as Chinese in appearance, and Ham married a black woman. All three brothers were admitted into the Celestial Kingdom for making themselves perfect custodians of Life upon the Ark.
Apparently, by studying God's promises to his people, Noah had left a considerable amount of land to his son Shem. This included the Fertile Crescent, the western part being the Levant. This included all the land of Cannaan, Syria, Assyria, Babylonia, and Sumer. However, as one traces the migrations of Hebrews, it is apparent that Shem had been given much more land than supposed.
Shem's lands also include: Spain, France, Holland, parts of the Rhineland, Scandinavia (Finland, Sweden, Norway, and Dan's Mark), Britain, and the Americas. That's the largest parcel of land given to anyone. But then Noah had to divide up the Earth amongst his sons, and since Shem was the Birthright Son, Shem got the largest parcel of land.
Japheth was given a good parcel of land; from Japheth came the Indo-Europeans: all of the first Indians, Persians, first Greeks (Pelasgius), Romans, and the first peoples of the Caucasus mountains are descended from him. The tribes of Gomer and Magog are his legacy. But so are the Modern Jew (Togramah and Ashkenaz).
Ham was given all of Africa, and parts of India. His sons Mizraim, Cush, and Canaan were given parcels of land in Egypt, Ethiopia, and Morocco. Cannaan never did settle in Morocco; he stole the Levant from Shem instead. As a result, Ham, Mizraim, and Cush cursed Cannaan. Ham cursed his own son, after his son's cursing by Noah, that what he steals will result in the destruction of his legacy as a Nation (Cannaan's son Sin would eventually carry on his legacy as the Hittites and eventually the Chinese, Koreans, Vietnamese, and the Cambodians -- the Japanese people are special).
During the Age of Gemini, the first 70 Nations of men were founded and were waxing large in population. The accounts of their wars and their politics were never written into the Bible, with the exception of Nimrod's politics and the Tower of Babel (Babylon) that he built. So we have to turn to Secular History -- which is preserved in Myths and Legends -- to understand what happened.
The Founding of Israel
"In the land of the aChaldeans, at the residence of my fathers, I,bAbraham, saw that it was needful for me to obtain another place of cresidence;
Pharaoh Menes (Mizraim) was never the first king of Egypt to hold the title of Pharaoh, they just gave him the title for continuity. Menes' son Pharaoh was the first to hold the title because that was his name. Because he had ruled so wisely and so well, his name Pharaoh became a title for all the subsequent kings of Egypt.
The Founding of the Kingdom of Britain
Now Abraham is descended from a man named Heber, who lived in the Age of Gemini. Heber was a direct Descendant of Shem, and all the people descended from him were known as Hebrews. The Hebrews had a distinctive pattern to distinguish them from the nations. They had long faces, white skin, and -- a propensity to explore.
After that, during the beginning of the Age of Taurus came another people. Presumably Hebrew because their faces were long and their skins were white, this group was called the Beaker People because of their distinctive pots. They also brought with them metals and the stuff made of bronze. So, where did these people come from?
We go back to Abraham.
Abraham had two children -- one by an Egyptian named Ishmael, and another by Sarah named Isaac. However, a fight over who will get the Birthright between Sarah and Hagar meant that Hagar would be kicked from the family. Hagar and Ishmael were led into Arabia where they would found the Arabian people. In fact, most muslims say they are the lineal or spiritual descendants of Ishmael who they claim is the Birthright Son. Now Isaac was a polygamous sort and had many sons and daughters; but the Birthright went to Jacob and not his first born son Esau.
The Beaker People of England is most probably descended from Isaac's other wives. And Jacob went on to found a powerful nation of White men (yes, White men). Jacob had twelve sons: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar from Leah; from Rachel: Joseph of Egypt, and Benjamin; from Bilhah: Dan and Naphtali; and from Zilpah: Gad and Asher.
During the Age of Taurus, Joseph was taken into captivity by the Arabians being sold by Judah for 20 shekels of silver. These Arabians or Beduins had taken Joseph and sold him as a slave into Egypt. And from there Joseph arose from a simple slave to being governor of all Egypt. He had taken an Egyptian wife and had two sons: Ephraim and Manasseh. Manasseh was born before Ephraim, but Ephraim inherited the Birthright Blessing.
This was all during the Middle Kingdom of Egypt, when Egypt was ruled by the 11th to 14th Dynasties. However, of the 70 souls belonging to Israel at that time that went into Egypt something strange happened. Zarah and his family were missing!
Okay, everything went well until during the Wedding night Er died of a heart attack. Angered that this happened, Judah gave Tamar to Onan to wife. However, Onan refused to plant his seed in Tamar's womb because she was his brother's wife, and then he died of a heart attack. Saddened that two of his sons died, Judah promised Tamar to Shelah.
However, Tamar disguised herself as a harlot and Judah managed to do something stupid. He procured her services as a harlot (i.e. Prostitute) and planted his seed in her womb. The results was forced marriage, and Judah took Tamar for his wife. Tamar gave him twins -- Zarah and Pharez. When Judah took his family into Egypt, Pharez and his wife and Shelah and his wife followed him.
So, when the famine hit, Zarah couldn't stand it and so he took his family where they could live. Apparently, they went north. To Turkey. And built city and an empire on the edge of Hittite territory over the ruins of an old Hittite city. Zarah's family founded Troy.
However, that's not all. Many of Judah's family left Egypt during the Middle Kingdom. One of his descendants made it to Athens and became Athens' first king. He introduced basic laws: Laws pertaining to marriage, stealing, murder, theft, and governance. Other of Israel's family left Egypt and traveled into Hybernia (Spain), and Northern Europe, strengthening the Beaker Culture that flourished there. However, Israel grew, and grew until a new Pharaoh came into the picture. This Pharaoh was the first of the 12 Dynasty.
This Pharaoh, did not know Joseph. He worried that the Ethnic Israelites will destroy Egyptian Identity. So to preserve his race, this Pharaoh had turned the Israelites into White slaves (note, the Egyptians were dark, dusky black skinned but didn't carry the features that delineated them to be of Cush -- they favored the long face of Ham, while the people of Cush favored the blunt nose, and short face of Ham's Black wife).
At the end of the 14th Dynasty, and after 400 years of white slavery, Neferhotep was Pharaoh and he contended with the Levite Moses (Amenemhat III). After the ten plagues of Egypt, Moses and the Israelites left Egypt with Neferhotep chasing them with his army. When Israel crossed the Red Sea; Neferhotep and his armies perished, and the Amalekites moved into Egypt soon after and took over as the Hyksos.
That's not the end of the story. you see, the Israelites were forced to journey in the wilderness for 40 years after the incident with the Golden Apis calf. Moses took his people EVERYWHERE. A list of places where they could have gone:
* the Ukraine.
* A good portion of Arabia.
* Caspian Russia.
It was forty years of wandering in the Wilderness. FORTY YEARS!
The israelites in the Book of Numbers fluctuated. So, some people have left and went into Europe. Some settled elsewhere: India, China, etc. By the time Israel went into the land of Cannaan to possess the land of Cannaan, the people were hardy and powerful from traveling and the people of Cannaan was so decadent, and so corrupt that most of them fell before the Israelites.
The Trojan War and Brutus
So, we turn our thoughts to Troy. Zarah and his people founded Troy. However, Paris stole Helen from Menelaus. At the end of the Age of Taurus, the Danaans (the Mycenean Greeks) went up unto Troy to attack the Trojans for reasons other than just Helen. Most probably, gold and silk.
The war resulted in Troy's destruction and it involved the people around about. With their city destroyed, the Trojans were scattered abroad (and some were taken captive into Greece). Paris' people eventually made it to France and founded the city of Paris. And as for Aeneas?
Aeneas founded a kingdom in Etrusca, and his descendants were Romulus and Remus. But that is not all. He had a grandson. Brutus, being of the sort that was impulsive, committed an accidental killing of his father. Forced to flee, he got many of his ethnic trojans out of Greece and went up into Spain and eventually England and founded Caer Troyas or what will become known as London. His invasion was the first Iron Age invasion of Britain. The Beaker culture in Britain became his subjects and the line of Zarah was preserved in the Land of Britain.
Our story continues in part 2 -- The Celts.