Lost Israel Found Index
Lost Israel Found
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.
Today these people are called Aryan, or Identity Christians.
By E. P. Ingersol
Kansas Publishing House.
Consideration of the promises to the fathers -- The meaning of the same -- Their application .
The promise of a numerous offspring shown to be literally true -- Traced from Abraham down to Moses, thence to Solomon -- The division of the nation into two kingdoms -- The Assyrian captivity -- Israel lost -- The hunt for lost Israel -- The history by "Oxonlan".
Dan's migration- A colony to Greece -- At the sacking of Troy -- Settlement of twelve cities in Asia Minor -- The Lacedemonians, Israelites, by Josephus -- Dan's escape with Simeon to Ireland -- Simeon in Wales -- The other Dan escapes to Denmark, via north of tile Black Sea, giving his name to every river crossed -- His final settlement in Denmark
Jeremiah's escape to Ireland -- The Babvlonish captivity -- His treatment by the Jews, by Nebuehadnezzar -- Taking the ark and Jacob's stone out of the temple -- Going down to Egypt with Baruch and the women -- His flight thence to Ireland -- The marriage of Tephi to Eoehaid -- Crowned on Jacob's stone -- Transmitted down through every reign to Victoria, who was last crowned on it -- .Now in Westminster Abbey -- Tephi's death and burial in Tarah -- Hebrew institutions established by Jeremiah.
The other eight tribes still in Assyria -- This their home for one hundred years or more -- The wanderings meantime -- Buddha -- Confucius' -- Hold possession of all the land for twenty-eight years -- Their resolution to escape to a land not inhabited by man. (II Esdras, 13) -- Herodotus confirms the same -- Their journeying one and a half years 1,500 miles to Arsareth, where they inhabit five hundred years or more -- Twelve or thirteen battles with Rome -- Located in Germany -- Saxony.
The Anglo-Saxons -- Who they are -- Sharon Turnet's history of them -- Their emigration to England -- The Octarthy -- Egbert crowned the first king of England, A. D 800 -- The incursion of the Danes -- And last, William the Conqueror, 1066, who is found to be the leader of Benjamin -- Himself a Benjamite -- How Benjamin escaped from Jerusalem and wandered to Denmark, thence to France -- The ten tribes now all in the isles of the sea; yet all ignorant of their own identity.
The Anglo-Saxons. 1. Their government. 2. Population. 3. Wealth. 4. Political influence. 5. Money lent to many, but never borrow.
The possession of the gates of his enemy -- England now holds the gates of tile world, save at Constantinople -- Israel without a king -- Scattered among all nations -- Ignorant of their ancestry -- Called by another name -- Offspring of Abraham innumerable -- As a lion among the beasts of tile earth -- Gathered from all nations, where they had been scattered -- Gathered from the islands of the sea on the north -- Joseph pushing the people to the ends of the earth -- The seed of Abraham a blessing to all nations, how? -- 1. Politically. 2. Religiously -- Her missionaries -- The Bible -- Its translation, by whom made.
Jacob's promises to the sons of Joseph -- Ephraim's "a multitude of nations" -- Manasseh's" one great nation " -- Ephraim's fulfilled in the government of Great Britain, with her more than sixty different nationalities -- Manasseh finds his one great people here in the United States.
The new covenant. (Jer. 31: 31-33.) 1. The parties. 2. The time. 3. The effects of its fulfillment.
The stone kingdom -- Nebuchadnezzar's dream -- Daniel's interpretation -- The four kingdoms: Babylon, Medo-Persian, Grecian, Roman -- The ten toes -- England not one of them -- Portugal instead -- The stone is God's people, Israel, now the Anglo-Saxons -- Their increase: 1. In wealth. 2. In literature. 3. Political influence. 4. In religious influence -- Hence this people must be the stone kingdom.
I. Prophecies not yet fulfilled (Ezek. 37): Valley of dry bones; the two sticks; the two kingdoms made one; placed in Jerusalem; hence one king. 2. Gog and Magog, the battle of. 3. The new covenant, its fulfillment yet future. 4. The possession of the land of Canaan by Ephraim and Judah. 5. The building of the temple. 6. The temple service. 7. The waters issuing from the threshold of the temple; how interpreted. 8. The apportionment of the land to the twelve tribes; the priests' portion; tile part for tile temple; the name of the city froth that day shall be, "The Lord is there"