Twelve Tribes of the Nation of Israel

Disclaimer: Before we take the time to reveal this understanding, we would first like to mention that we do not blame anyone for the atrocities that happened to our people. We understand that these things happened to us based on our disobedience (Deut. 32:15-21; Deut. 28:15; Amos. 3:1-2). We also would like to mention that we are not racists or extremists for going into our history since the Bible commands one to do so (Deut. 32:7; Job 8:8;Deut. 4:32; Jer. 51:1-2; Psa. 77:5). It just so happens that when we look into our history, we come across events such as slavery, tribal massacres, apartheid, etc.

Have you been informed on the truth of who the real Jews are? They have been enslaved and scattered throughout the four corners of the earth. Both their land and identity have been stolen in one of the biggest conspiracies in the history of mankind. Wars are being fought (physically, spiritually, mentally, and financially); the earth’s resources are intentionally being destroyed; all in an attempt to prevent the rise of these people. Who are the 12 Tribes of Israel? The religious and educational sectors of government will not share this information with you, based on the fact that were established and continue to thrive on lies (Hos. 4:1-2).Therefore, the same people who you believed were criminals, thugs, the N word, spics, wetbacks, etc. have been given the understanding of mysteries that have been hidden for ages and generations (Col. 1:26). No longer will they be able to force us to believe that our identity does not matter. The same Jesus Christ who they claim to love and follow has commanded his disciples and saints to go and wake up the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel (Matt. 10:5-6; Matt. 15:24). We therefore, being followers of Christ, will awaken the 12 Tribes of Israel by revealing their identity to them using the Bible and other historical references.

Who Are The Twelve Tribes?

“And Jacob called unto his sons, and said, Gather yourselves together, that I may tell you that which shall befall you in the last days. Gather yourselves together, and hear, ye sons of Jacob; and hearken unto Israel your father.” (Gen. 49:1-2)

“Yet the number of the children of Israel shall be as the sand of the sea, which cannot be measured nor numbered; and it shall come to pass, that in the place where it was said unto them, Ye are not my people, there it shall be said unto them, Ye are the sons of the living God.” (Hos. 1:10)

Identifying the Twelve Tribes of Israel

Northern Kingdom

This consists of the so-called “Native Indian” tribes who predominately came to the Americas around 718 B.C. after serving in the Assyrian captivity(2 Kings 17th chap.; 2 Esd. 13:39-47). These are the indigenous people of North, Central, and South America along with Canada and the Caribbean islands.

The Bible describes their physical features as being “’a cake unturned” (Hos. 7:8), giving account for the multiplicity in shades ranging from very light to very dark. Those who believe that Columbus just stumbled upon the Americas and the Caribbean islands have been highly misinformed. Records have proven that not only did Columbus know that the Americas and the Caribbean Islands existed, but that the people who inhabited these lands were the children of Israel who came to the Americas after the Assyrian captivity (Lost Tribes and the Promised lands pgs. 77-80). A few records which document the history of the Native American Indians are: Lost Tribes and the Promise Lands by Ronald Sanders, American Holocaust by David E. Stannard, View of the Hebrews by Ethan Smith, along with many other historical references.

Southern Kingdom

These consist of the so-called “Negro” tribes of the Nation of Israel (Jer. 14:2), who predominately came from West Africa to America and the Caribbean islands by way of cargo slave ships (Deut. 28:68; Joel. 3:1-6;). Large populations of Judah, Benjamin and Levi still exist in areas of Africa such as Morocco, Liberia, Ghana, Sierra Léon, Nigeria, Timbuktu, Ethiopia, Egypt, and many areas of Sub-Saharan Africa. These tribes remained in the land of Jerusalem until the siege of 70 AD by Vespasian and his son Titus. Over a Million Jews fled into Africa fleeing from Roman persecution (see From Babylon to Timbuktu pg. 84; Luke 21:20-22; Rev. chp 12). They remained in Africa for about 1400 years before being found and sold by the Arabs and indigenous Hametic tribes  into the hands of the predominately Jewish slave merchants (Read: Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews). Many records have documented the history of the “Negro” tribes such as: From Babylon to Timbuktu by Rudolph R. Windsor, Hebrewism in West Africa by Joseph J. Williams, Judea Trembles Under Rome by Rudolph R. Windsor, Nature Knows No Color Line by J.A. Rodgers, along with many other historical records.

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