The Biblical/Israelite Origin of the White Race
The knowledge of your identity should inspire and invigorate you with evangelical fervor, to make a positive difference in your world and to serve God more faithfully each day. The Anglo-Israel identity is now a proven fact! What you do with this knowledge is up to you. See to it that you make your calling and election sure! (2 Peter 1:10).
by Rachel Pendergraft
A few more stupid comments have come to my attention regarding the origin and
colonization of the white race. I know most didn't learn this in school and its
hard to find a lot of books about it today, although there are quite a few. You
can't write a book about something that you have no knowledge about and it
certainly therefore follows that you aren't going to learn about it in the
majority of educational institutions including Bible seminary.
I know that you just don't know, but its sad when you don't know that you don't know. The Bible says that truth is given to those who love truth. If you don't have a real love for truth -- even if you think you may not like that truth -- then you aren't going to have it. Sorry.
One of the silliest comments was a statement saying that the Greeks, Italians, and Spanish aren't white! Can you believe it! I know that we will find some Greeks, Spaniards, Portuguese, and Italians that aren't white. But you will also find some folks from Nebraska, Kansas, and Ireland that aren't white. Heck, we even just finished celebrating Columbus Day and we heard plenty of troublemakers ranting about how we shouldn't be celebrating the white racist colonization of America. Gee, folks are confused.
And I know it can get difficult to understand given the educational standards of the last 60 years in this and other nations, but Hispanic is not a racial determination. Hispanic is a language identifier. Just because there was widespread race mixing throughout Mexico, Central and South America and those people speak Spanish doesn't mean that Spaniards are not white. The majority of the people of Spain remain white and there are still white people in South America. Believe me, the white nationalists in countries like Argentina and Brazil can tell all of us in the U.S., Canada, and our other white sister nations what the consequences of race mixing are. Yup, they sure are living the dream down there. Are you ready for a majority non-white U.S.? Well, get ready for it. Like Brad Paisley says, "Welcome to the future!"
So for those of you who don't let MTV, CNN and even FOX news do your thinking for you, below is a little bit of info, among a vast array of other historical information available, that I have selected to share with you. It might be hard for some of you to read, depending on your educational level, but I know plenty of you will write and thank me and of course I say, "you're welcome!"
A highly respected Danish linguistic expert Dr. Ann Kristensen has reached the same conclusion (that we have proclaimed for years) that the Cimmerians who later became the Celts can be positively identified as a section of the so-called "Lost Ten Tribes of Israel" in deportation.
Dr Kristensen was skeptical at first but the more she researched into Assyrian sources she found the Cimmerians making their first appearance in recorded history around 714 B.C. in the very area of modern Iran where the Assyrians had settled the deported tribes of Israel a few years earlier. She reaches conclusions that the Gimira or Cimmerians are lost Israelites.
In Who Were the Cimmerians and Where Did They Come From? -- translated by Jorgen Laessoe of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Dr Kristensen wrote:
"There is scarcely reason any longer to doubt the exciting and verily astonishing assertion propounded by students of the Ten Tribes, that the Israelites deported from Bit Humria of the House of Omri are identical with the Gimirraja of the Assyrian sources. Everything indicates that the Israelite deportees did not vanish from the picture but that, abroad, under new conditions they continued to leave their mark on History."
The following study presents exciting new research identifying the descendants of the ancient lost house of Israel. It has tremendous bearing on Bible prophecy, the fulfillment of the covenants, and the duties and obligations of God's chosen people in the world today.
I. Links to Ancient Israel
What happened to the Biblical house of Israel, the people of God who were
carried away into Assyrian captivity eight centuries before Christ and never
heard from again? This age-old mystery can finally be solved through the
knowledge which archaeology provides concerning ancient languages. The evidence
following supports the theory that the ancient ten tribes of the northern
kingdom of Israel, after their conquest by Assyria in the late 8th century,
B.C., became the Scythian-Cimmerian-Celtic peoples who colonized Europe in the
early Christian centuries. This has been analyzed in an interesting article by
author and historian Geoffrey Ashe. 
We will address this through linguistics, the study of languages.
Names of tribal units change when carried over into other languages, making it a challenge to connect them without definite guidelines to determining language affinities. There are two well-established principles in particular that enter into this discussion regarding ancient languages, both European and Middle-Eastern. One concerns consonants, and the other concerns vowels. They are:
· "Guttural" consonants "Kh", hard "G", and hard "C" are interchangeable.
· Vowels are very frequently interchanged, added, or substituted.
We will examine what recognized language scholars have written concerning these principles, and then make a practical application of them. First, concerning consonants, the learned seventeenth-century linguistic scholar, Dr. O'Brien, compiler of the first Irish-Keltic language dictionary, had this to say:
"It hath been observed in the remarks on the letter C, that it is naturally commutable with G, both letters being of the same organ and nearly of the same power; and hence, in our old parchments, they are written indifferently for each other....The same indifference, or interchangeable use of letters G and C in the Latin tongue, and the latter being generally substituted in the place of the former, appears from ancient Roman inscriptions, and most particularly from that of the Columna Rostrata, erected in honour of Duillins, the Consul, whereupon were engraved the words macistratos, leciones, pucnando, Carthaciniensis, for magistratos, legiones, pugnando, Carthaginiensis, etc...Which gave occasion to Diomedes to call G a new consonant." 
This interchangeability of hard consonants was also true in ancient Mesopotamia.
In the Assyrian Cuneiform Alphabet, the same character stands for both the hard
"G" and "Kh," (as can be seen in the encyclopedia chart reproduced in the
written form of this tract).  A moments' reflection will indicate to you that
the same part of the mouth and throat is used to sound out all three hard
consonants: Kh, hard G, and hard C, and that a change of spelling is easily and
logically made from one to another, because virtually no change in pronunciation
is involved. This is verified by modern Hebrew language and literature scholar,
Dr. Isaac Elchanan Mozeson, who teaches language studies at Yeshiva University
in Jerusalem. He states, "The Hebrew G, the Gimel, is often a K in Greek and
other Western tongues. [The Hebrew letter G] resembles a backwards K."  As an
example, Mozeson gives the word, "colossus," which originated as "Golios"
Hebrew word for the Biblical giant, Goliath. He states, "The Greek pronunciation
would sound like "kol-ios" -- just as the [Hebrew word for camel], Gamal, was
rendered "kamelos."  Note again the interchanges between the K, G, and C.
Another key point is that it is the consonants which carry the value. Language expert, Siegfried H. Muller says, "In most languages, consonants are the main carriers of thought." Further,
"The outstanding structural feature of the Hamito-Semitic family is triliterality of word roots. They consist mostly of three consonants, and the insertion or omission of vowels -- often not written and to be supplied by the reader...vocalization of consonants serves to create a set of verb and noun forms whose meanings are related to that of the root."
other words, from a word root of three consonants, various related words would
be created by insertion of vowels, but all of them would carry the same basic
meaning as the root. You would not be able to take a root word applied to a
particular tribe of people, add differing vowels and identify a different tribe.
If the consonantal root word is the same, the two tribes would be the same
people. For example, Muller says, "Correspondingly, from Hebrew KTV are derived
KoTaV, "written," KTiVah, "writing," KTiV, "spelling,"
KTaV, "script," KaTaV, "correspondent." In all of these, although various vowels
be added, the words all correspond to the same root topic. We will be applying
this interesting principle shortly in connecting several seemingly unrelated
Nineteenth-century scholar, Sir William Betham (1779-1853), was knighted by the King of England for his research into ancient history, language, and archaeology. He had this to say concerning vowels in ancient languages: "Vowels are often substituted for each other: the same words are written promiscuously with an a, o, and u, an e or an i."  As an example, he discussed the ancient inhabitants of western Britain, "the Welsh, who have ever called themselves by the name of Cymri, Cimbri, or Cumbri."  As can be easily seen, the name of this ancient tribe has been variously spelled with differing vowels: Y (often called a "pseudo-vowel"), I, and U. Such variations are a good example of the common vowel shifts which are found in the name of this historic people, who we will learn more of shortly.
Another scholar of renown was Dr. Richard Cumberland (1632-1718), Anglican Bishop of England in the early 17th century. He authored several celebrated books, and was well-regarded in his day for his expertise in ancient history and languages. He wrote, "The learned will not wonder at change of vowels in a name, especially when its made by authors of different countries and times, because they know this is a thing very usual; yet for the service of readers that are not much used to such changes, I will give proof thereof."
"Wherefore, I have observed, that in Jeremiah 48:23, our translation calls a place in Moab, Beth Meon, which signifies the house or temple of Meon, agreeably to the Hebrew text and to the Chaldee paraphrase. But the Septuagint calls it the house of Maon; and so doth the vulgar Latin. The Moabites agreed with the Egyptians in their idolatry, who worshipped their first king and planter as a god, under the name of Osiris. But when they speak of him as a man who first reigned among them, they call him Meon or Menes, with a Greek termination: Which word, Bochart well observes, signifies habitations or places to dwell in, which he brought them to and settled them in."
Samuel Bochart (1599-1667) was a
well-known Huguenot scholar. "Now, by the same reason that Meon is changed into Maon, Menes must become
Manes, as he is called in Herodotus and Dionysius Halicarnassensis, or Manis, as
this god and powerful potentate is called by Plutarch de Iside." 
On the subject of vowels, Professor Cyrus H. Gordon, who is perhaps the leading American archaeologist of the twentieth century, stated concerning a Hebrew Old Testament name, "The ancient Hebrew text...has only the consonants...which were later supplied with vowels to make a verbal noun of it."  In the 6th century, A.D., Hebrew scholars added vowel marks to the text of the Hebrew Bible in an attempt to restore the original pronunciation of words. But in some cases, with words not commonly used, they had to guess what the original vowel signs should have been. One example of this is the word, Gomer, which was used in the text of Genesis, Hosea, and Ezekiel between 1200 and 600 B.C., well over a millennium before post-New-Testament-era scholars added vowel marks. Scholars now know that the letter-sound "O" was not in use in Semitic languages in ancient times. Linguist C. B. F. Walker says that the ancient Semitic languages used the four vowel sounds a, e, i, and u (Reading the Past, p. 26).
Dr. Isaac Mozeson adds, "The Bible has no vowel marks in the original, handwritten parchment form...Vowels are certainly interchangeable, and ought to be largely ignored when comparing words from different languages."  We will therefore remove the vowels in comparing the names of the following four mysterious peoples in ancient times.
It is true that some Semitic languages, such as Hebrew, originally contained no written vowels at all, but only consonants, with the vowels supplied by the reader. The drawback to this is obvious: Different speakers might use different vowels, creating a slightly different pronunciation of the same words. As an example, the name of God in Hebrew consisted of the four consonantal characters, YHVH, and is therefore called the Tetragrammaton, meaning "four letters." Centuries later, a scholarly argument is raging concerning whether the name of God was originally pronounced Yahweh, Yahvee, Yahvah, or something similar. The solution is hard to come by because of the absence of vowels in ancient written Hebrew.
II. Four Tribal Names
These two principles, concerning consonants and vowels in ancient languages,
will help us in identifying several ancient tribal names which are prominent in
the Bible and ancient history. These are the:
These names at first notice appear to be entirely different peoples -- or are they? Modern scholars now admit that at least three of them are only different forms of the same tribal name. To see that this is the case, let us first examine the above names using our language principle concerning consonants. Since the guttural consonants KH, G, and C are all interchangeable, we can rewrite these names as follows: (Note that in the third name, we can drop the "ANS" which is simply a Greek suffix indicating proper names. This gives us:
· GIMMERI (ANS)
This helps to make the picture clearer, but we need to also realize that vowel shifts, or changes in the vowels used in a name, were frequent occurrences. In addition, some ancient languages did not include vowels in their writing at all. Therefore, the identity of these four can be most easily seen if we write them using the consonants only:
Repetition of consonants, as seen in the second and third names above, was also a common occurrence. Therefore, by the grammatical rules governing language, all four tribes must be one and the same people. Who were they? Let's examine them one at a time.
III. Many Names, One People
The "Khumri" or "Gomri"
When the conquering armies of the nation of Assyria came against the ten-tribe kingdom of the house of Israel late in the eighth century, B.C., they did not refer to God's People as "Israel" or "Jews." Instead, the Assyrian word for them was, "Khumri." This has been established through the deciphering of Assyrian "cuneiform" clay tablets. Ancient historian, Alan Ralph Millard, in his recent book, Treasures from Bible Times, says,
"In 1846 men working for Henry Layard on the site of the ancient Assyrian city of Calah (Nimrud) uncovered a block of polished black stone, carved and inscribed. The 'Black Obelisk' records the triumphs of the Assyrian king, Shalmaneser...The first panel in the second line of pictures proved exciting. The text above the kneeling figure lists tribute brought to the king from 'Yaua son of [Khumri]' that is, Jehu, who took the throne from a descendant of Omri, king of Israel." 
Millard reproduces the
Assyrian words mentioning Israel, along with a literal translation.
Famed 19th century archaeologist, Sir Henry Layard, rediscovered the ancient Assyrian cities, and remarked,
"An identification connected with this word KHUMRI or Omri is one of the most interesting instances of corroborative evidence that can be adduced of the accuracy of the interpretations of the cuneiform character...Sargon is called on the monuments of Khorsabad, 'the conqueror of Samaria and of the circuit of Beth KHUMRI'...Samaria having been built by Omri, nothing is more probable than that -- in accordance with a common Eastern custom -- it should have been called, after its founder, Beth KHUMRI, or the house of Omri." 
Samaria was the capital of the Ten-Tribe Israel nation.
The Assyrians named the Israelites after their King Omri, which they pronounced
"Khumri" or "Gomri." This is not surprising, because the Israelites, as well,
often gutturalized the pronunciation of the Hebrew "O" by prefixing to it the
sound of a "G" or a "Kh." Hebrew scholar Mozeson gives, as examples, "The
correct guttural pronunciation of 'olum' (world, eternity) is really 'kholum',"
 and the city-name, "Amora," is pronounced in Hebrew, "Gomorrah."
So the first mysterious tribe of our ancient list, the Khumri or Gomri, are definitely identified by ancient inscriptions as Israelites of the so-called, "lost ten tribes," who disappeared from history in the Caspian Sea region of Medo-Persia during the late 8th century and early 7th century, B.C.
The "Gimirrai, Gomer, Cimbri, Celts, Teutons"
The Encyclopedia Britannica says,
"Certain it is that in the middle of the 7th century, B.C., Asia Minor was ravaged by northern nomads (Herodotus iv. 12), one body of whom is called in Assyrian sources Gimirrai and is represented as coming through the Caucasus. They were probably Iranian speakers, to judge by the few proper names preserved. The name has also been identified with the biblical Gomer, son of Japheth (Gen. x. 2,3). Later writers identified them with the Cimbri of Jutland, who were probably Teutonized Celts..." 
It is fascinating that the Gimirrai suddenly appeared out of seeming nowhere in
the same century as the lost tribes of Israel disappeared, yet no scholar
ventures to investigate a link between them. The additional mention of "Iranian"
(i.e., Medo-Persian) words in the Gimirrai vocabulary indicates some physical
contact between the Gimirrai and Medo-Persians, such as the captive Israelites
might have been expected to have had. Historian Sharon Turner, in fact, stated
that he identified 262 Medo-Persian loan-words in the Anglo-Saxon-Cimmerian
vocabulary.  Who were these mysterious people? According to scholars,
the Gimirrai, Gomer, Cimbri, Teutons, and Celts are all linked together as the same
people. By applying the rules of language, we realize that the "Gimirrai" were
also the same people as the "Khumri," who have been positively identified as
Israelites of the lost ten tribes. It is therefore no coincidence that the lost
tribes of Israel disappeared in Medo-Persia-Iran (II Kings 17:6), the birthplace
of the Gimirrai.
The same Encyclopedia Britannica article has this to say about the people known today as Cimmerians:
"An ancient people of the far north or west of Europe, first spoken of by Homer (Odyssey, xi. 12-19), who describes them as living in perpetual darkness. Herodotus (iv. 11-13), in his account of Scythia, regards them as the early inhabitants of South Russia (after whom the Bosporus Cimmerius and other places were named.)" 
The same encyclopedia reference also traces
the European "Cymry" and "Celts" to this same people. There seems to be no
question in historian's minds, that whoever these Cimmerians were, they were the
ancestors of a significant branch of the modern people of Europe. (See box
below) Again, by applying the two basic linguistic rules mentioned previously,
it may be seen that the Cimmerians were none other than the Khumri or Gomri, the
lost ten tribes.
Bible "Gomer" Migrated to Europe
"Gomer...a people known in Assyrian inscriptions as Gamir or Gimirrai. They are the Cimmerians of ancient Greek literature...According to the Greek author Homer, the Cimmerians...appeared in the northern provinces of the Assyrian Empire at the time of Sargon II, during the 8th century, B.C....Poets of the time spoke of the "Cimmerian Bosporos," and the Armenians still call part of their country Gamir. It is thought that the Crimea bears their name to the present day" (Adventist Bible Commentary, vol. 1, p. 269).
"...In Yoma 10a and Yer. Meg.i.9...stands either for "Cimmerii" or for "Germany" (The Jewish Encyclopedia, vi:40).
"Gomer:...Most of the interpreters take him to be the ancestor of the Celtae, and more especially of the Cimmerii" (Popular & Critical Bible Encyclopedia, ii:726).
"Gomer...became identified with the German Cimbri and the Celtic Cymry." "The old sound of their name is still retained in the mouth of the inhabitants of Wales, who call themselves Cumri or Cymry, and their land Cymru" (Franz Delitzsch, quoted in Commentary on the Holy Scriptures, by John Peter Lange, xiii:362).
"The Cimbri, as well as the Cumry or Cymry in Wales, and in Bretagne [Britain], are to be regarded as in relation with the Cimmerians" (Commentary on the Holy Scriptures, by John Peter Lange, i:348).
IV. Who Was Gomer?
The eminent Christian historian and archaeologist, Dr. Henry Sayce, stated, "Gomer
is the Gimirra of the Assyrian inscriptions, the Kimmerians of the Greek
writers."  Many reference works associate the names Gimirrai and Cimmerians
with Gomer, connecting all three together (see references above) using the very
same established linguistic rules we have presented. In fact, because the
ancient Hebrew language did not contain vowels, the present rendering of "Gomer"
is a later construction. Since it is now known that the original Assyrian word
for Israel was pronounced "Khumri," and the Babylonian was "Gamir" or "Gimirrai,"
it is probable that the original vowel-less Hebrew word was pronounced similar
to these actual forms, as well. This information is known through the reading of
ancient source documents which give us an accurate view of the 7th century, B.C.
world that was not possible until recent years.
The first scholarly reference above tells us that the Gimirrai suddenly appeared in history during the reign of Sargon II, 722-705 B.C. He was the Assyrian king who conquered Samaria and deported the Israelites to the Assyrian-controlled province of Medo-Persia. It is amazing that historians never notice the tremendous "coincidence" of this: The first historical notice of the existence of the Gimirrai was during the same 17 years that the Israelite-Gomri-Khumri were deported and lost to history in that same province!
Gomer in Genesis
But the connection of "Gomer" or "Gimirrai" with ancient Israel has been clouded by confusion over reference to them in the tenth chapter of Genesis, the so-called "register of nations." In Genesis 10:2-3, we read, "The sons of Japheth; Gomer, and Magog, and Madai, and Javan, and Tubal, and Meshech, and Tiras. And the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz, and Riphath, and Togarmah." A literal, racial interpretation of these verses would make Gomer (or Gimir) a son of Japheth, and not of Shem as the Israelites were. But there are at least two important reasons why this is not so. First, Japheth lived at the time of the Noahic flood, which has been dated by Christian scholars to about 3400 B.C., more than 2,500 years before King Omri, who reigned about 882 to 871 B.C. As shown previously, the Israelites were called "Khumri" or "Gimirri" after King Omri; clearly, the "Gomer" in Genesis chapter ten is ages before his time!
Secondly, the tenth chapter of Genesis is a geographic representation of nations, rather than racial, and is allegorical rather than literal. We believe in taking the Bible literally whenever possible, interpreting allegorically only when a literal explanation cannot apply, such as the case here. It has been shown by scholars that the national relationships found in Genesis Ten do not fit a literal, racial interpretation. For example, Dr. Sayce says,
"The tenth chapter of Genesis is ethnographical rather than ethnological. It does not profess to give an account of the different races of the world and to separate them one from another according to their various characteristics. It is descriptive merely, and such races of men as fell within the horizon of the writer are described from the point of view of the geographer and not of the ethnologist. The Greeks and Medes, for example, are grouped along with the Tibarenian and Moschian tribes because they all alike lived in the north; the Egyptian and the Canaanite are similarly classed together, while the Semitic Assyrian and the non-Semitic Elamite are both the children of Shem. We shall never understand the chapter rightly unless we bear in mind that its main purpose is geographical. In Hebrew, as in other Semitic languages, the relation between a mother-state to its colony, or of a town or country to its inhabitants, was expressed in a genealogical form. The inhabitants of Jerusalem were regarded as 'the daughter of Jerusalem,' the people of the east were 'the children' of the district to which they belonged." 
Dr. Sayce points out that this is the reason the South Arabian tribe of Sheba is listed twice in Genesis Ten, once under the designation of Ham in verse seven, and again listed under Shem in verse twenty-eight. The tribe of Sheba originated in the south, later spreading a colony far to the north to clash with Assyria in the days of Tiglath-Pilesar and Shalmanesar.  Sayce further remarks,
"When, therefore, we are told that 'Canaan begat Zidon his first-born, and Heth,' all that is meant is that the city of Sidon, and the Hittites to whom reference is made, were alike to be found in the country called Canaan. It does not follow that there was any ethnological kinship between the Phoenician builders of Sidon and the prognathous [i.e., 'protruding-jaw'] Hittites from the north. Indeed, we know from modern research that there was none." 
Sayce, in fact, reproduces
Egyptian drawings of both Phoenicians and Hittites, showing graphically that there was a dramatic difference in
racial features (and therefore origins) between these two peoples. Similarly,
Assyria, Elam, and Babylonia (Arphaxad) were called brethren, "not because the
natives of them claimed descent from a common father, but because they occupied
the same quarter of the world."  Ancient races portrayed on Egyptian
monuments are shown in the printed version of this tract, reproduced from Sayce's book. Included are a king of the Hittites (with pigtail), Hittite
soldiers, an Israelite, and a chief of Ganata or Gath, showing
Phoenician-Canaanite features. 
Prophetic Names for Israel
GOMER: Assyrian, Khumri or Gomri; Babylonian, Gimirrai or Gamir, Greek, Cimmerian; English/Welsh, Cymry, Cimbri, Cumbri, or Celt
JEZREEL: "Scattered" into Assyrian dispersion 762-676 B.C.
LO-RUHAMAH: "Not pitied" by God because their sins received a just recompense.
LO-AMMI: "Not God's People," because they were divorced by Him and sent away to a far land.. Scholars have traced their migration through the Caucasus Mountain region and into Europe in the early pre-Christian centuries.
SONS OF THE LIVING GOD: "Christians" -- Israel's ultimate restoration would later come when they accepted the Messiah as Savior, becoming his bride at the marriage supper of the lamb.
Gomer in Hosea
The name, Gomer, appears again in an interesting passage in Hosea 1:3. The Encyclopedia Britannica comments on that prophetic book by saying:
"The most interesting and important problem of the book relates to the marriage of Hosea, which is closely related to the form and content of his message. According to the first chapter, Hosea is commanded to take a harlot for his wife and children of harlotry; he therefore marries Gomer bath Diblaim, who subsequently has three children, to whom the prophet gives symbolic names that he may make them the texts of prophetic messages concerning Israel." 
In prophetic symbolism, the
prophet Hosea marries an Israelite harlot named "Gomer," (probably originally
pronounced "Gomri" or "Gimir") symbolizing the Ten Tribes of Israel, who true to
the prophecy became known as Gimirrai or Cimmerians. In God's eyes, Israel
indeed was a harlot adulterating herself with false worship, and the fact she is
purposely called "Gomer" shows that people to be ethnic Israelites. The
symbolism continues with their children's names: Jezreel, (meaning "scattered"),
Lo-Ruhamah ("not pitied"), and Lo-Ammi ("not my people"). As these prophetic
names show, Israel was punished by being conquered, scattered in the Assyrian
dispersion, and divorced by God. Hosea's words therefore make no logical
prophetic sense unless "Gomer" and her offspring were lost and dispersed Israel
and their descendants. Hosea 1:10 is appropriate here: "In the place where it
was said unto them, 'You are not my people,' (i.e., no longer recognized as
Israel and perhaps blind to their true identity), there shall they be called,
'sons of the living God.' (i.e., "Christ-sons" or Christians, an indication that
a spiritual transformation in them would later occur). History recorded the
fulfillment of that prophecy when the "Celtic-Cimmerian" peoples migrated into
Europe, accepted Christianity, and became known as Christendom, or "Christ's
"Hosea's words make no logical prophetic sense unless Gomer and her offspring were lost and dispersed Israel."
Gomer in Ezekiel
One last important reference to Gomer needs to be mentioned, which appears in Ezekiel chapter 38. Gomer is listed as joining a confederacy led by "Gog, chief prince of Meschech and Tubal." Gomer apparently does not lead this confederacy, nor are the other listed confederate nations Israelites. In addition, one should not assume that all of the lost tribes, Gomer/Gamir, are allied with Gog, but only one portion. So it is primarily a non-Israel invading force, which also includes some number of Israelites. Therefore, dispensationalists who identify Gomer as Europe may be at least partially right in that identification, because the Celtic-Cymry race did spread throughout Europe, before colonizing North America, Australia, South Africa, and other lands. But because Gog's army invades the "mountains of Israel," they assume that Gomer itself must not be Israelite. That assumption has little basis. Israelites have warred among themselves since the kingdom was divided into Israel and Judah after the time of Solomon, about 975 B.C. Whether the battle typified in Ezekiel is literal or allegory is impossible to predict beforehand, but that it represents to some degree yet another fratricidal war between Israelites seems obvious.
One possible fulfillment was addressed in the old nineteenth-century prophecy, George Washington's Vision, a prophetic vision received by America's first President during the Revolutionary War. It speaks of a confederacy comprised of "Europe, Asia, and Africa" coming in battle against America: "Then my eyes beheld a fearful scene: From each of these countries arose thick, black clouds that were soon joined into one." The late Professor C. A. L. Totten of Yale University wrote in the year 1898: "The third and last peril clearly indicates a future invasion of our country by the Old World. The drift of events and Bible prophecy indicate that a great combination of powers will be the actor."  In the prophecy, help against this peril comes in the form of divine assistance, apparently the Second Advent.
V. Summary: Two Certainties
The Encyclopedia Britannica article we quoted states that it is "certain" that the tribe of Gomer is identified with the Celts, Teutons, and related peoples of Europe. We have found through linguistics (the study of languages), as well as through Bible prophecy in Hosea, that the people called Gomer or Gimir are in fact Israelites. Linguistically, Israel's name, Khumri, is the phonetic equivalent of the European, Cymri; and Gomri/Khumri is also the consonantal equivalent to Gomer, Gimir, and Cimmiri. Therefore, if it is indeed a certainty that Gomer is found in the Europeans of today, then it is an equal certainty that those same Europeans are Israelites.
We have quoted sources that find these Cymry-Celtic people in England, Wales,
and Germany. The Encyclopedia Britannica further traces them to Scandinavia,
Scotland, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, and Russia; in fact, they
spread themselves throughout the continent of Europe. The Britannica also
reveals that the New Testament Epistle to the Galatians was written to them,
in which the Apostle Paul refers to them as "the sons of Abraham" (Galatians
It is odd that scholars so easily admit to certainty concerning the relationship between the names Gomer, Gimirrai, and Cimmeri, yet are silent concerning the name Khumri. It is never mentioned or investigated. Author and historian Geoffrey Ashe, mentioned earlier, states that it is "altogether too complicated" and "a theme for speculation only." That argument is rather specious, since it never appears "too complicated" for them to positively link the other three names Gomer, Gimirrai, and Cimmeri, using the same rules!
Mr. Ashe also speaks of "alleged linguistic coincidences" which support the Anglo-Israel view. But there is nothing either alleged or coincidental about it. The information we have presented is based upon standard, accepted grammatical rules, and the known fact that Israel was the Khumri of the ancient inscriptions. Since the name Gomri/Khumri is the consonantal equivalent of Gomer, Gimir, and Cymri, it would indeed be a strange "coincidence" if they were not identical peoples! Scholars don't consider the identity of the latter three as coincidence, but as fact!
What does this mean to you and I who trace our roots to this same Biblical
people? It is a tremendous heritage and responsibility that we realize. Israel
was to be God's servant nation, and a light to the world. Israel, too, would
receive many promises, including Jacob's blessing as outlined in Genesis chapter
49. The knowledge of your identity should inspire and invigorate you with
evangelical fervor, to make a positive difference in your world and to serve God
more faithfully each day. The Anglo-Israel identity is now a proven fact! What
you do with this knowledge is up to you. See to it that you make your calling
and election sure! (2 Peter 1:10).
 Geoffrey Ashe, article: "Lost Tribes Of Israel," in The Encyclopedia of Myth and Magic, pp. 1645-1646.
 Dr. O'Brien, quoted in Betham, Etruria-Celtica, 1842, vol. 1, p. 59
 McClintock & Strong's Encyclopedia, vol. 2, p. 603
 Dr. Isaac Elchanan Mozeson, The Word, 1989, p. 39
 ibid., p. 49
 Sir William Betham, Etruria-Celtica, 1842, vol. 1, p. 58
 ibid., p. 14
 Dr. Richard Cumberland, Origines Gentium Antiquissimae; or, Attempts For Discovering the Times Of the First Planting of Nations, London, 1724, p. 331
 Dr. Cyrus H. Gordon, The Common Background Of Greek And Hebrew Civilizations, W.W. Norton & Co., 1965, p. 138
 Mozeson, p. 10
 Alan Ralph Millard, Treasures From Bible Times, 1985, p. 31
 Sir Austen Henry Layard, Discoveries Among The Ruins Of Assyria And Babylon, G.P. Putnam & Sons, 1853, chapter 26, pp. 492-494 abridged edition; pp. 612-614 unabridged edition
 Mozeson, p. 48
 ibid., p. 80
 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1957, vol. v, p. 707-8
 Sharon Turner, History of the Anglo-Saxons, 1836, p. 100
 Encyclopedia Britannica, ibid., p. 707
 Dr. A. H. Sayce, Races of the Old Testament, 1925, p. 71
 ibid., p. 65-66
 ibid., p. 67
 ibid., p. 66
 ibid., p. 66-67
 ibid., frontispiece
 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1957, vol. xi, p.783
 National Forecast Magazine, vol. xix, Oct., 1959
 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910, vol. v, p. 611-614
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