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Lost Israel Found

Lost Israel Found

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Lost Israel Found in the Anglo-Saxon race.
Lost Israel Found in the Anglo-Saxon race.

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Published by: bahrmanou on Feb 18, 2011
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Lost Israel FoundIn the Anglo-Saxon Race
The Promises made to Abraham,to Isaac and to Jacob,all fulfilled in the Anglo-Saxon Race.
Established in History. Verified by prophecy.
By E. P. Ingersol
Topeka: Kansas Publishing House.
E.P. Ingersol
The knowledge that the Anglo-Saxon race is Lost Israel (The ’lost’ Ten Tribes of The Bible) And that North America is the land of regathered Israel is very heavily suppressed in today’s society. The Jews want to keep for themselves Palestine the’chosen people’ status and use this ’identity’ for all it’s worth to achieve religiousand political goals. People who teach this ’Anglo-Saxons are Israel’ belief are called vile names by Jews, names that if applied to the Jews themselves, would be called hate speechand ’anti-Semitism’. But this belief that is not new, just suppressed. Here wereproduce the text of a book published in 1886. That’s 115 years ago! This belief was not new. Not new then and not new now. You are to acquire suppressed knowledge.
I have conceived it might be well to inform the reader of this little volume of themanner in which I was first led to the investigation of the subject treated of inthis work.In the fall of 1882 I was preparing a lecture on the Great Pyramid of Geezeh,in Egypt.; and in doing so, I was perusing that great work,
Our Inheritance
, byProf. P. Smyth, Astronomer Royal to Scotland. Marking such things as seemedadapted to my lecture, I saw, occasionally, things that I did not need, which Ipassed over without any particular examination. At one time I saw the term"Anglo-Saxon," but as I had no use for that, I passed on without any examinationwhatever. At length, having gone through with the perusal of that great work, and havingarranged my notes somewhat, the thought occurred to me – What, what did Isee about Anglo-Saxons? I could not tell, nor where to find it. I therefore beganturning back, scanning every page, if possibly I might find it. At length aftera long search I found the place, and read’ "The Anglo-Saxon bring the identicaldescendants of the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel"! So and so. What! what’. I said,what under the sun does the man mean? Is he crazy? or am I dreaming? Againand again I read the sentence, but to no benefit; I could make nothing of it. Atlength, having arranged the materials for my lecture to. my liking, I wrote toProf. P. Smyth, saying:
"My Dear Sir: I have been perusing your great work on the Pyramid, with a great deal of interest, and a greatdeal of profit, too, sir; but I came to a sentence
[quoting the same]
that completely upset me; asthe sailors say, ’threw me on my beam’s end.’ Now, sir, I want to know if there is any possible evidenceof such a thing?"
Well, in a short time, I received a most charming letter from the Professor, to-gether with a package of tracts – monographs, every one on this identical subjectnot written by himself: These I began at once to explore, and that, too, withno ordinary eagerness. But when I had completed the reading of the package,I no longer needed to inquire, "Is there any possible evidence of that thing?" forthe evidence now burst upon me with such divine effulgence as well-nigh utterlyto overwhelm me with its dazzling radiance. Amazement filled my mind! Whyhad I never seen this before? And now was borne ill upon my inner soul, as by3

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