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The Tribes:
The Israelite Origins of Western Peoples
by Yair Davidi

ISBN: 965-90255-3-X
Copyright: 2004
Size: 6 x 9
Pages:
576

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THE TRIBES proves that most of the ancient Israelites were exiled and lost their identity. They eventually migrated to Western Europe where they formed distinct nationalities. Their descendants populated North America, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. In THE TRIBES specific Israelite Tribes and Tribal clans are traced to present-day ethnic groups. Proof is provided from the Bible, Rabbinical Sources, History, Archaeology, Mythology and Linguistics. National symbols and ethnic characteristics are also analyzed. THE TRIBES proves its case with irrefutable evidence adequately referenced with academically acceptable sources. This could be the most important work of our times!

The author, Yair Davidi, is an Australian-born scholar living in Israel.

THE TRIBES includes a Rabbinical Approbation and a Foreword from Rabbi Avraham Feld of the Maccabee Institute, Jerusalem, Israel.

This book can reveal your Hebrew ancestry!

Contents

Approbation by Rabbi Avraham Feld

 

Prologue: The Legacy

1
1 The Historical Background 27
2 The Scyths, Israel, and Physical Types 39
3 The Israelite Nations Come to Europe 51
4 The Exiles' First Locations 75
5 The Scyths of Isaac in the East 85
6 Historical Identifications 101
7 The Cochin Scroll and the Goths 123
8 Reuben and the "Ribuari" - Franks 143
9 Israel in the East According to Ptolemy 163

10 The Tribe of Gad Pronounced "Goth"

179

11 The Movement Westward: Ptolemy on Asian and European Sarmatia

205

12 The Tribe of Naphtali

213

13 The Tribe of Dan

227

14 Judah

247

15 Ptolemy on North Central Europe

273

16 The Tribe of Simeon

277

17 The Tribe of Levi

293

18 Ancient Britain and Ireland

303

19 Benjamin

311

20 The Tribe of Asher

321

21 The Tribe of Issachar

337

22 The Tribe of Zebulon

349

23 The Order of Encampment in the Wilderness and Its Historical Significance

367

24 The Blessings: Geneaology of the Blessings

379

25 The Tribe of Manasseh

387

26 Ephraim Son of Joseph

411

27 Joseph and Lost Israel

431

28 The Blessings in Statistics

455

29 What Does It All Matter Anyway?

465

Ending: Concluding Words

473

References to "The Tribes"

 

Bibliography

 

Index