Middle East Biblical Nations — Re-labelled and Lost to History


"Then the LORD said to Moses, 'Write this for a memorial in the book and recount it in the hearing of Joshua, that I will utterly blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven.' And Moses built an altar and called its name, The-LORD-Is-My-Banner; for he said, 'Because the LORD has sworn: the LORD will have war with Amalek from generation to generation.' " (Exodus 17: 14-16)


Amalek was a grandson of Esau. Esau's children were the founders of the peoples of Edom. The confederacy of Edom has a MAJOR part to play in Middle East bible prophecy in the end time. The tribe of Judah has always been the target of the peoples of Edom. The lost ten tribes of Israel have a greater role to play in history than Edom, as it is modern-day Israelites, not Jews, who will go to war with the Edomites, and defeat them. Modern Israelites, the lost ten tribes, have the job of protecting the interests of the Jews in Palestine. The Jews watch over Jerusalem. The lost ten tribes of Israel watch over and protect the Israelis. The Israelis are a people made up of displaced Jews who have come from around the world, back to their ancestral homeland. Palestine is interestingly the ancestral homeland of the lost ten tribes of Israel, as well.

The phrase "by the hand of My people Israel" is one you should become familiar with, as your bible predicts that the descendants of Joseph, America and the Anglo-Saxon peoples, will militarily destroy state assisted Middle East terrorism. That is a bible fact.


Amalek's descendants are specifically named in the bible to be active in world affairs in the end time.





The Missing Piece of the Puzzle

Bible scholars unanimously and INCORRECTLY proclaim that the Ten Tribes of Israel, the nation of Edom, and the Amalekites disappeared from history into obscurity.

The explanation usually is intermarriage and blending in with other nations and cultures. Why is it so important to be able to identify these three national entities? Because, if you don't know who the players are, you cannot follow the history, nor can you understand current prophetic events, in the light of bible prophecy.

Modern historians believe several nations mentioned in prophecy have dissapeared from history or have blended in with other nations, namely: Assyria, Amalek, and the 10 lost tribes of Israel.

Here is what the experts say ...




Edomites ...

"When Palestine was conquered by Romans (63 B.C.), the Derods, and Edomite (Idumean) family, were placed in control of Judah. This was the last of the Edomites. With the destruction of Jerusalem (A.D. 70), they disappeared from history."
(Halley's Bible Handbook, by Henry H. Halley, Twenty-Fourth Edition, page 362)




Amalekites ...

"Amalekites were descendants of Esau; a wandering tribe, ... roaming in wide circles even into Judah, and far to the east. ... Moses authorized their extinction (Exodus 17:8-16). They have disappeared from history."
(Halley's Bible Handbook, by Henry H. Halley, Twenty-Fourth Edition, page 171)




Assyrians ...

Assyrians Today: Wikipedia: quote:

"Today, Assyrians, also sometimes known by the solely theological terms Chaldean Catholics, Chaldo-Assyrians and Syriac Christians (the names Syrian and Syriac are usually accepted to be originally later derivatives of Assyrian by a majority of scholars today), are believed to form a slight majority in two Ninewa counties, Tel Kaif and Al-Hamdaniya. Since the fall of the Iraqi Baath Party in 2003, and in the face of violence against the indigenous Assyrian Christian community, there has been a growing movement for Assyrian independence."

Assyrian Homeland, today a significant number in Syria: Wikipedia: quote:

"The Assyrians are considered to be one of the indigenous people in the Middle East. Their homeland was thought to be located in the area around the Tigris and Euphrates. The historical Assyrian homelands spanned across northern Iraq, north eastern Syria, south eastern Turkey, and north western Iran. There were also long time and significant communities outside the bounds of their homelands in the major cities of the countries they were in such as Aleppo, Baghdad, Antep, Urfa, Amida, and Istanbul. Modern day, There is a significant Assyrian population in Syria, where an estimated 877,000 Assyrians live."

The name "German" relates to Ancient "Kir-rmen": Table of Nations: quotes:

"Semitic peoples also migrated to central Europe (southern Germany, Austria and Switzerland). These people were the descendants of Asshur, son of Shem, and is where the name "German" originates. Asshur is well known in history as the father of the Assyrians. The Assyrians occupied a Mesopotamian city on the lower Tigris River called "Kir" and placed captive slaves there (also referenced in 2 Kings 16:9). The city was populated by the Assyrians for many years, and the inhabitants became known as "Kir-men". The Assyrian "Kerman" were driven from their land shortly after their fall about 610 B.C. They migrated into central Europe where they were called "German" or "Germanni", a general name used by the Romans to represent all Assyrian tribes."

"The known Assyrian tribes were the Khatti (also Hatti, Hessians) — Chatti is still the Hebrew term for German, and Khatti was often used by the Romans to represent Germanic tribes; the Akkadians (Latins called them Quadians); the Kassites (or Cossaei); and the Almani (or Halmani, Allemani was the Latin name). Today, Germans refer to themselves as the "Deutschen", which is derived from the Saxon word for an "Assyrian". Their country name is Deutschland. The Romans referred to the Deutschen as Teutons. Ancient Hindu literature uses both the word "Asgras" and "Daityas" to refer to the Assyrians. "Daityas" is a Sanskrit word for "Deutsch" — a name applied to the Assyrians over 1500 years before the birth of Christ."




The Truth of the Matter ...


Historians misunderstand — the story of where the Assyrians appear later in history, is wrong. The children of the Caucasoid Assyrians are the modern Germans. The Assyrians had the same mentality of the Aryan Germans of the First and Second World Wars. They fought the same way — total war. And the Assyrians were very good at making war, as are the Germans. They were (as the Germans are today) formidable enemies, not to be trifled with.




Germany in Prophecy Links:

Germany in Prophecy, by Herman L. Hoeh, 1962

A Clash of Eagles: America and Germany in Prophecy, by Douglas S. Winnail, September 2001

Europe's Troubles Setting the Stage for Prophecy's Fulfillment, Nov 01, 2011, by John Ross Schroeder

Europe's Woes — Setting the Stage for Bible Prophecy? Jan 04, 2012, by Rod Hall




Edomites, Amalekites, and other nations involved   ...   check out the following charts:

Table: Esau's edomite confederacy

Table: Middle East biblical nations

Table: Ancient Middle East Cities Mentioned in Bible Prophecy





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