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"Israel is a people, not a place."
The infamous British Israelite Theory has been maligned by many liberal historians throughout history but has survived into modern times. The theory traces the history of the English-speaking people through their Masonic ancestors who built nearly all the great buildings of history, including the Great Pyramid in Egypt, the Temple in Jerusalem, and all the massive Cathedrals in Europe.
The British Israelite Theory traces the route of the blessing bestowed upon Abraham by God, as it was passed from father to son along the bloodline that ends with the tribe of the English-speaking people (Joseph) and his sons Manasseh (England) and Ephraim (the United States).
The Bible accurately tracks the blessing of Abraham down to Isaac, then to Jacob, to Joseph and finally to Ephraim. It was always customary for the blessing to pass to the eldest son, but the Bible records a bumpy path for God's blessing as it was passed down through the various members of the children of Abraham. Jacob for instance, didn't pass the blessing to his eldest son Reuben, but instead passed it to Joseph. And Isaac was hoodwinked by his wife into blessing his son Jacob instead of Esau.
And it didn't stop there. Joseph was also surprised when he brought his two sons to Jacob to be blessed and Jacob then blessed his youngest son Ephraim instead of his older son Manasseh. All these confusing actions can be explained if you read the scriptures to determine why they happened. But back to history. Jacob was called Israel (the one cherished by God) and his twelve children formed the original twelve tribes of Israel. The twelve tribes were split into two nations, with the two tribes of Judah and Benjamin forming the nation of Judah, and the ten remaining tribes forming the northern nation of Israel.
Both nations would eventually offend God and be taken into captivity by the Ishmaelites. When Persia conquered the Babylonians, the emperor Cyrus allowed Judah and Benjamin to return to Jerusalem and rebuild their temple that God destroyed because they had turned from the worship of God to the worship of wealth. The remaining tribes, known as "The Ten Lost Tribes of Israel," eventually wandered northward into Europe and Asia, and ultimately disappeared from world history.
But it was the whereabouts of the blessed tribe of Joseph that was key to following the people who carried God's blessing. Where did God's blessed people end up in history, and what about God's son? Was he involved with the destiny of the tribe of Joseph? Well it turns out that Jesus disappears in history from his teens until the Bible identifies him at the age of 30 in Judea. But where was Jesus for all those lost years? The British Israelite Theory says that Jesus sailed on the ship of his mother's uncle Joseph of Arimathea who owned a fleet of ships that sailed the global seas. This gave Jesus the opportunity to visit the many seaports of that time. Jesus got to visit the Library of Alexandria Egypt that held all the knowledge gathered by the Egyptians, Persians, Greeks, and Romans up to that time. The Library at Alexandria however, would later be destroyed in a great fire.
The ships of Joseph of Arimathea actually traveled to Britain as well since the Romans had recently banned the mining of tin in Italy, and the British mines offered the next best source of tin needed to manufacture the bronze used for weapons. It is rumored that Jesus may have visited southwest Britain and established the Church at Glastonbury. If the British people are descended from the tribe of Joseph, they may represent the biblical tribe of Manasseh (Joseph's eldest son) and the U.S. may be the tribe of Ephraim (Joseph's younger son). When the Pilgrims first landed in America, it was their belief that they had finally arrived in the "New Israel" for God's people.
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