Germanic Saxons Being The Tribe of Judah
The tribe of Judah is the German Saxons, primarily found in North-west Germany.
The trek of the Germanic and Nordic tribes from the Middle East to North Europe
The oldest Nordic historians write that the Nordic and Germanic peoples trekked from the Middle East to North Europe under the leadership of a priest-chieftain Odin, a very mortal man. (More likely there were three Odins, all very mortal men.) The Saxons were one of the Germanic tribes.
The Norwegian Thor Heyerdahl (1914-2002) is internationally famous for the Kon-Tiki expedition. The last book that Thor Heyerdahl wrote was Jakten pÃ¥ Odin (The Search for Odin) (2002), wherein Heyerdahl wrote that the ancestors of the Nordic and Germanic peoples came from Azerbaijan. Heyerdahlâ€™s discovery was especially inspired by the Icelandic historian Snorre Sturlasson. (Despite the fact that Thor Heyerdahl was, and is, almost a legend among Norwegians, and that his other books are reprinted and sold in big numbers, Jakten pÃ¥ Odin has to this date not been reprinted, nor been translated. Several Norwegians have told me that Thor Heyerdahl was just one step from discovering his Israelite origin, had he not died in 2002.)
Snorre Sturlasson (1179-1241) wrote Heimskringla (app. 1230), which starts with the Ynglingesaga, wherein Snorre Sturlasson writes: â€œIn that time the Roman chiefs went all across the earth, and made all peoples their subjects, but many other chiefs fled from their lands due to this turmoil. But because Odin was far-seeing and knowledgeable in sorceries, he knew that his offspring would live and build in the northern part of the earth. He then set his brothers Woe and Will over Asgaard, but he himself departed, and with him all Diar and many other peoples; first to the west in Gardarike [Russia], then to the south in Saxland [Saxony]. He had many sons: across Saxland he subdued many kingdoms and set his sons as governors. Then he went north across the [Baltic] Sea and found his place to live, on an island. That place is now called Odinâ€™s Island [Odense] on Funen.â€ (Snorre SturlassÃ¸n: Norges Konge-Sagaer, p. 5-6, my brackets)
The Swedish historian Olof Rudbeck the Elder (1630-1702) confirmed this in Atlant Eller Manheim, which to this day is a classic in Sweden.
The Danish historian Peter Friderich Suhm (1728-1798) also confirmed this in many of his books. Suhm wrote that it is â€œreasonable that our fathers have come here via Russia and the eastern part of Poland. When they came to the Baltic Sea and present-day Livonia, they divided themselves into two great multitudes. The one went north, and our fathers descend from them, and the other went west, and became the ancestors to many German peoplesâ€ (Peter Friderich Suhm: Historie af Danmark, 1. TomÃ©, 1782)
The Saxons were one of the larger Germanic tribes, which settled in Schleswig-Holstein. The Saxons amalgamated with other Germanic tribes which formed the original region Saxony, which covered what today is Lower Saxony and the northern part of North Rhine Westphalia. Originally the region was simply called Saxony, but when the centre of gravity of the Duchy of Saxony began moving up the Elbe, into what today is the federal states of Saxony-Anhalt and Saxony, the region became known as Lower Saxony.
Racial elements of the Saxons
The German race scientist Dr. Hans F.K. GÃ¼nther (1891-1968) wrote in The Racial Elements of European History (1927) that the Saxon part of Germany was the part of Germany where the Nordic race was most predominant: â€œNorth-west Germany and north Holland, especially where the Lower Saxon dialect is spoken, are seen clearly to be the regions where the Nordic race is most strongly predominant. Starting from here, the Nordic strain grows weaker as we go south, south-west, and east.â€ (Hans F.K. GÃ¼nther: The Racial Elements of European History, Chapter VI Part One.)
Genes and DNA of the Saxons Pt. I
In 2008 a team of European scientists published a â€œgenetic map of Europeâ€. On the genetic map Germans from Kiel in Holstein were genetically (1) closest related to Danes, (2) then to Norwegians, (3) then to Swedes, Czechs, and south Germans (Augsburg, Bavaria), (4) then to Hungarians and the Dutch, (5) then to the British and Poles, (6) and more distantly related to Austrians, the Swiss, French, and Irish.
Genes and DNA of the Saxons Pt. II
Also in 2008 the Swiss genetic research institute iGENEA published the distribution of the genes of indigenous (i.e. ancient) peoples in modern European peoples. The whole of Germany is genetically 45% Celtic, 35% Germanic, 20% Slavonic, and 10% Jewish.
As a comparison, the UK is 75% Celtic, 13% Germanic, and 12% Viking.
The Netherlands are 50% Celtic, 40% Germanic, and 10% Viking.
Belgium is 80% Celtic and 20% Germanic.
Switzerland is 55% Celtic, 30% Germanic, 10% Jewish, and 5% Slavonic.
Austria is 35% Germanic, 35% Slavonic, 10% Finno-Ugric, 10% Phoenician, and 10% Jewish.
Denmark is 60% Viking and 40% Germanic.
Sweden and Norway are both 88% Viking and 12% Germanic.
France is 70% Celtic, 20% Germanic, and 10% Phoenician.
Genes and DNA of the Saxons Pt. III
Also in 2008, an international team of geneticists published a study on the genetic substructure of European peoples and Ashkenazi Jews. They also published a graph showing the genes of these peoples, and there were, with some overlapping, three groups on the graph: a North European group, a South European group, and an Ashkenazi Jewish group. Germans were in the North European group (with the Dutch, Scandinavians, British, and Irish), but were the nationality in the North European group which was closest to the South European group (Spaniards, Italians, and Greeks).
German-speaking Anglo-Saxons and English-speaking Anglo-Saxons
Some of the Saxons settled in Britain along with other Germanic and Nordic tribes, such as the Angles, the Jutes, and the Vikings. It is safe to assume that it primarily were Saxon males which left Germany and settled in Britain, because an analysis of Germansâ€™ mitochondrial DNA - which only is maternally inherited - has shown that 50% of German women genetically are of Germanic origin, while only 6% of German men genetically are of Germanic origin.
This can be compared to Iceland and the Faroe Islands, which apparently were settled primarily by Norwegian males and not females. A genetic study of the population of Iceland has shown that the majority of their male ancestors are Nordic, but that the majority of their female ancestors are Celtic. A DNA study of the population of the Faroe Islands has shown that 87% of their male ancestors are Scandinavian, and 84% of their female ancestors are Scottish or Irish.
Provinces named after the Saxons. In Germany: Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), Saxony-Anhalt (Sachsen-Anhalt), and Saxony (Sachsen). In Britain: West Saxony (Wessex), South Saxony (Sussex), and East Saxony (Essex).
Provinces named after the Angles. In Germany: Anglia (Angeln). In Britain: East Anglia and England (Angleland).
Today there are provinces in both Germany and in Britain which are named after the Saxons and the Angles. In Germany there are the federal states of Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony), Sachsen-Anhalt (Saxony-Anhalt), and Sachsen (Saxony). In Britain there are the provinces Wessex (West Saxony), Sussex (South Saxony), and Essex (East Saxony).
Immediately south of the German-Danish border, in the German part of Schleswig, is the province Angeln (Anglia). Until 1800 the primary language in Angeln was Danish, but during the first part of the 19th century German became the primary language. In England there is a province called East Anglia. The name England itself is derived from Angleland.
In common language, the Anglo-Saxons is another name for the English-speaking peoples, regardless of how many of their ancestors were Angles and Saxons. Technically speaking, however, there are therefore also German-speaking Anglo-Saxons in Germany.
The English-speaking Anglo-Saxon nations of are entirely separate nationalities, however. They are not Judah, but Joseph, Ephraim, and Manasseh. The UK is Ephraim. The USA is Manasseh. Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the English-speaking South Africans are Joseph.
Judah was Jacobâ€™s and Leahâ€™s fourth son, as it is written, speaking of Leah: â€œAnd she conceived again, and bare a son: and she said, Now will I praise the LORD: therefore she called his name Judah; and left bearing.â€ (Genesis 29:35)
The name Judah (Strongâ€™s no. 3063) means â€œcelebratedâ€.
When Leah gave birth to Judah, she praised the Lord. Judah was thus the only of Leahâ€™s first four sons to be born with Leah saying only something positive in connection with the birth. Of Reuben she complained about her affliction, and hoped that Jacob would love her, which he did not. Of Simeon she said she was hated. Of Levi she hoped that Jacob would join himself to her, which he did not.
Judah begat all his children outside what normally would be considered Godâ€™s limits (Genesis chap. 38). Judah had five sons, with two different women. Three of the sons survived and got posterity.
First Judah married a Canaanite woman, who gave birth to three sons: â€œAnd Judah saw there a daughter of a certain Canaanite, whose name was Shuah; and he took her, and went in unto her. And she conceived, and bare a son; and he called his name Er. And she conceived again, and bare a son; and she called his name Onan. And she yet again conceived, and bare a son; and called his name Shelahâ€ (Genesis 38:2-5) According to the Book of Jasher, the name of Judahâ€™s Canaanite wife was Aliyath (Book of Jasher 45:4). (The Book of Jasher is not a part of the Holy Scriptures, but is referred to twice in the Holy Scriptures, in Joshua 10:13 and 2 Samuel 1:18.)
Judah took a wife, Tamar, for Er, but Er was â€œwicked in the sight of the LORDâ€, and God therefore killed him. Tamar then became Onanâ€™s wife, but Onan was also wicked, and God also killed him (Genesis 38:7-10).
The Holy Scriptures do not specify the nationality of Tamar, but the Book of Jasher does. Tamar was a Semite: â€œAnd in those days Judah went to the house of Shem and took Tamar the daughter of Elam, the son of Shem, for a wife for his first born Er.â€ (Book of Jasher 45:23)
Tamar then disguised herself as a prostitute, and Judah went in unto her, and Tamar gave birth to the twins Pharez and Zarah (Genesis 38:12-30).
The tribe of Judah therefore descends from three sons: Pharez and Zarah (of Judahite-Semitic blood) and Shelah (of Judahite-Canaanite blood).
Race is of higher priority than morals
In the genealogies of the tribe of Judah, the Shelah-branch is reckoned alongside the Pharez- and Zarah-branches (Numbers 26:19-22 and 1 Chronicles 2:1-4:23).
Of Judahâ€™s three surviving sons, one was born through a legal marriage with a Canaanite woman, and two were born out of wedlock with a Semite woman. The blessings to come out of the tribe of Judah, such as the Lord Jesus, would come out of the posterity of Pharez and Zarah, and not Shelah. This is a splendid example that racial purity is of higher priority than high morals!
The ideal is, of course, both racial purity and high morals.
Extent of the Hanseatic League about 1400 (From H.F. Helmott: History of the World Vol. VII, 1902).
Judah and money
Making money and profit is one of the tribe of Judahâ€™s trademarks.
When the sons of Israel had decided to kill Joseph, Judah â€“ the natural leader - suggested that they could make a profit by selling him instead: â€œAnd Judah said unto his brethren, What profit is it if we slay our brother, and conceal his blood? Come and let us sell him to the Ishmeelites, and let not our hand be upon him; for he is our brother and our flesh. And his brethren were content. There then passed by Midianites merchantmen; and they drew and lifted up Joseph out of the pit, and sold Joseph to the Ishmeelites for twenty pieces of silver: and they brought Joseph to Egypt.â€ (Genesis 37:26-28, my underlining)
The tribe of Judahâ€™s instinct for making money and profit is fulfilled in the Hanseatic League. In the Middle Ages the Hanseatic League was a commercial league of app. 200 primarily north German cities, which gained tremendous economical, but also political and military, power in north Europe through aggressive trade. LÃ¼beck was the central city of the Hanseatic League, which reached its zenith in the 14th and 15th centuries, where it also had â€œKontorsâ€ in London, BrÃ¼gge, Bergen, and Novgorod. Since the beginning of the 16th century the importance of the Hanseatic League gradually faded. The Kontors closed one after one, until the Hanseatic League officially shut itself down in 1862. At that point of time there were only three cities left in the Hanseatic League (LÃ¼beck, Hamburg, and Bremen).
Today nine German and three Dutch cities officially call themselves Hanseatic cities (Hansestadt LÃ¼beck, Hansestadt Rostock, etc.).
The sons of Israel in Egypt
When the sons of Israel had gone to Egypt to buy corn, Joseph (who was governor in Egypt) imprisoned Simeon and demanded that they also brought Benjamin to Egypt. Judah then took responsibility for Benjaminâ€™s life by becoming surety (guarantee) for Benjamin, as it is written, speaking of Benjamin: â€œAnd Judah said unto Israel his father, Send the lad with me, and we will arise and go; that we may live, and not die, both we, and thou, and also our little ones. I will be surety for him; of my hand shalt thou require him: if I bring him not unto thee, and set him before thee, then let me bear the blame for everâ€ (Genesis 43:8-9)
Jacob agreed to Judahâ€™s offer, and the sons of Israel took Benjamin with them to Egypt, where Joseph revealed himself to them that he was their brother they had sold.
This is fulfilled in the Nordic, Germanic, and Anglo-Saxon peoples going to â€œspiritual Egyptâ€, which in this context is the â€œNew World Orderâ€ and its predecessors â€“ the system based on multi-racialism, multi-culturalism, multi-religion, multi-sexuality, etc. After WWII, the Anglo-Saxon nations (Joseph) brought the West European nations (the 10 sons of Israel, excl. Joseph and Benjamin) under the predecessor to the â€œNew World Orderâ€.
The only Israel people which did not â€œcome to spiritual Egyptâ€ were the Afrikaners of South Africa. In 1948 the Afrikaner National Party founded Apartheid, and South Africa effectually became independent of the Anglo-Saxons nations, especially so in 1961 when South Africa left the British Commonwealth. Like Jacob hesitated to let Benjamin go to geographical Egypt, so did God hesitate to let the Afrikaners go to â€œspiritual Egyptâ€.
The whole of Germany is in a modern sense the House of Judah. In this context, the whole of Germany therefore represents Judah.
Judah had vowed to become surety for Benjamin. Likewise Germany was laid in chains in 1945, while the Afrikaners effectually became independent in 1948.
Germany effectually became an independent nation with the fall of Communism and the re-union of Germany in 1990, and the Afrikaners finally â€œcame to spiritual Egyptâ€ in 1994 when the first multi-racial election was held in South Africa.
Jacob had feared for Benjaminâ€™s life if he went to Egypt. Likewise many Afrikaners and White patriots worldwide feared that the Black tribes would start a genocide against the Afrikaners after the ANC gained power in South Africa in 1994. But after 15 years of Black government, there has not been a genocide against the Afrikaners, though there indeed is much Black-on-White crime and many attacks on White farms in South Africa.
Germany (Judah) had been surety so that the Afrikaners (Benjamin) could come safe â€œto spiritual Egyptâ€. Now that the Afrikaners (Benjamin) have come safely to â€œspiritual Egyptâ€, Germany (Judah) is again just as independent, or dependent, as the other Israel nations.
Jacobâ€™s blessing to Judah
Jacobâ€™s blessing to Judah of what should befall him in the last days read: â€œJudah, thou art he whom thy brethren shall praise: thy hand shall be in the neck of thine enemies; thy fatherâ€™s children shall bow down before thee. Judah is a lionâ€™s whelp: from the prey, my son, thou art gone up: he stooped down, he couched as a lion, and as an old lion; who shall rouse him up? The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be. Binding his foal unto the vine, and his assâ€™s colt unto the choice vine; he washed his garments in wine, and his clothes in the blood of grapes: His eyes shall be red with wine, and his teeth white with milk.â€ (Genesis 49:8-12)
This prophecy is fulfilled in the Lord Jesus Christ, who is of the tribe of Judah. People of Israelite descent have for the last 1,000-2,000 years very literally bowed their knees to Jesus, which is in fulfillment of the words â€œthy fatherâ€™s children shall bow down before thee.â€ (Genesis 49:8)
It must be emphasized that Israelites should in no way bow down before the tribe of Judah in general, but to Jesus Christ only.
The true ruler of the nations of Israelite descent has for the last 1,000-2,000 years been Jesus Christ. There have been mortal rulers â€“ kings, emperors, prime ministers, presidents, etc. â€“ but the true ruler of the Israel nations has been Jesus Christ.
A large proportion of the mortal rulers over the Israel nations have no doubt been of the tribe of Judah, which is natural, because this prophecy also is fulfilled in a secondary sense in the whole tribe of Judah. Many of the European royalty have been, and are, of the tribe of Judah, because they descend from German Saxons.
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark is of the House of GlÃ¼cksburg, which originates in GlÃ¼cksburg, a small town in Anglia, which today is a part of the German part of Schleswig. Until 1863, Denmarkâ€™s royal family was of the House of Oldenburg, which originated in Oldenburg, a city in Lower Saxony.
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom is of the House of Windsor, which originally was called the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, and originated in duchies in Thuringia and Bavaria. The House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha has ruled Britain since 1901, but during WWI they changed their German-sounding name to the House of Windsor. From 1714 to 1901 the United Kingdom was ruled by the House of Hanover, which originated in Hanover in Lower Saxony.
In 1902 the Reverend W.M.H. Milner traced the lineage of the British royal house back to king David in The Royal House of Britain: An Enduring Dynasty.
Mosesâ€™ blessing to Judah
Mosesâ€™ blessing to the tribe of Judah read: â€œAnd this is the blessing of Judah: and he said, Hear, LORD, the voice of Judah, and bring him unto his people: let his hands be sufficient for him; and be thou an help to him from his enemies.â€ (Deuteronomy 33:7)
Symbol of the tribe of Judah and the Camp of Judah: a Lion. The Camp of Judah consisted of the tribes Judah, Issachar, and Zebulun. (From W.H. Bennett: Symbols of Our Celto-Saxon Heritage (1976), p. 64.)
The camp of Judah
When the Israelites wandered in the wilderness, the tribe of Judah lead the camp of Judah, which included the tribes of Issachar and Zebulun, and was on the east side of the Tabernacle (Numbers 2:3-9).
This is fulfilled in the German Saxons (Judah), the Dutch (Zebulun), and the Flemings (Issachar) living in adjacent territories.
It was only around 1400 that the Dutch began to develop a separate identity different from the Germans. The Netherlands achieved effectual independence from the Holy German-Roman Empire in 1581, and the independence was internationally recognized 1648. Flanders was separated from the Holy German-Roman Empire when revolutionary France annexed Flanders in 1795 and the Holy German-Roman Empire formally dissolved in 1806.
The dialect which originally was spoken in north Germany was Low German (Low German: â€œPlattdÃ¼Ã¼tschâ€, German: â€œNiederdeutschâ€, Dutch: â€œNederduitsâ€, Danish: â€œplattyskâ€). Low German was, and is, closer to modern Dutch and Afrikaans than to modern Standard German.
Low German began to be replaced by High German when Martin Luther in 1534 translated the Bible into German. Luther chose to use a German language that mainly was based on the High German dialects of south Germany. At the same time, the Hanseatic League â€“ whose Lingua Franca was Low German â€“ began to decline. With the standardized education in Germany in the 19th and 20th centuries, Low German became even less used.
Today app. 3 million Germans speak Low German as primary language. 10 million speak Low German as primary or secondary language. They mainly live in the rural parts of north Germany. In large parts of the Netherlands the language is Low German, and not Dutch. The Dutch, however, call it â€œNedersaksischâ€ or â€œNederduitsâ€. The German Mennonite minorities in South America and North America also speak Low German.
The near relationship between the Germans and the Dutch is illustrated in the confusion of words. The â€œPennsylvania Dutchâ€ in America speaks a Franconian German dialect related to German dialects spoken along the Moselle river. But the â€œPennsylvania Dutchâ€ are called â€œDutchâ€ because the German word for â€œGermanâ€ is â€œDeutschâ€.
The Afrikaners in South Africa speak Afrikaans as first language and usually English as secondary language. When I have been in South Africa, I have often heard Afrikaners being confused over the fact that the people of the Netherlands are called â€œDutchâ€ (in English) and Germany is called â€œDuitslandâ€ (in Afrikaans).
The Hanseatic League had such an influence on Denmark that the single language which has had the greatest influence on modern Danish, is Low German. Many of the most common Danish verbs are not derived from Old Norse, but from Low German.
Judahâ€™s territory in Canaan
Judahâ€™s territory was in the south of Canaan (Joshua chap. 15). Judah shared borders with Benjamin, Dan, Simeon, the Philistines, and Edom.
Judah shared border with Dan. Likewise the German Saxons (Judah) share border with the Danes (Dan). According to Peter Friderich Suhm, the Jutes â€“ the Danes of Jutland â€“ were originally a Germanic tribe, which later became Nordic[i]. This is the reason that the Danes in Jutland have traits of Judah.
Judah shared border with Benjamin. Likewise the Afrikaners (Benjamin) in South Africa often feel a close relationship to Germans (closer than they feel to the Anglo-Saxons).
Judahâ€™s territory was so large that Simeon got his territory within Judahâ€™s territory (Joshua 19:9).
Likewise Bavaria (Simeon) is a part of Germany (House of Judah), even though the Bavarians have a separate identity as different from north Germans. The Austrians (also Simeon) are closely related to the Bavarians. Though the Austrians have their own national state and usually do not consider themselves Germans, they do speak the same German dialects as the Bavarians.
The relationship between Judah and Simeon is seen when God (in Judges 1:1) said that the tribe of Judah should be the first to fight against the Canaanites. Judah then took Simeon with him: â€œAnd Judah said unto Simeon his brother, Come up with me into my lot, that we may fight against the Canaanites; and I likewise will go with thee into thy lot. So Simeon went with him.â€ (Judges 1:3)
Likewise in the Gospels, SIMON Peter was a special subordinate to Jesus Christ, the Lion of JUDAH.
The House of Judah and the House of Israel in historical sense
Almost as soon as the 12 tribes of Israel had settled in Canaan, they were divided into two groups, which eventually were called the House of Israel and the House of Judah. The House of Israel usually consisted of the 10 tribes in the north, and the leading tribe was Ephraim. The House of Judah usually consisted of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, and the leading tribe was Judah.
Already around 1300 BC, in the time of the judges, the north-south division existed. Both in the War of Deborah (Judges chap. 4-5) and in the War of Gideon (Judges chap. 6-8) only the northern tribes were involved.
When Saul became king of the 12 tribes of Israel, Israel (the northern tribes) and Judah (the southern tribes) were mentioned separately (1 Samuel 11:8).
After king Solomonâ€™s death, Israel (the 10 northern tribes) seceded from the king of all the 12 tribes of Israel. The royal house of king David from then on only ruled over the House of Judah (the tribes of Judah and Benjamin).
The tribes of Israel in WWI (1914-1918), in the war between Abijah king of Judah and Jeroboam king of Israel (app. 911 BC), and in WWII (1939-1945). Joseph and allies in pink, Judah and allies in blue.
The House of Judah and the House of Israel in a modern sense
There were several wars between Israel and Judah. In the extremely bloody war between Abijah king of Judah and Jeroboam king of Israel (app. 911 BC), Judah had an army of 400,000 soldiers and Israel had an army of 800,000 soldiers (2 Chronicles chap. 13). Judah won over Israel in this war, and 500,000 Israelite soldiers were killed: â€œAnd Abijah and his people slew them with a great slaughter: so there fell down slain of Israel five hundred thousand chosen men.â€ (2 Chronicles 13:17)
This goes to show that in the days of the Old Testament, the House of Israel and the House of Judah were engaged in horrible wars against each other. This is fulfilled in WWI and WWII, where the modern 12 tribes of Israel likewise were divided in two camps, which in a modern sense could be called the House of Judah (Germany and allies) and the House of Israel (Anglo-Saxon nations and allies). Like the war between Abijah king of Judah and Jeroboam king of Israel, WWI and WWII were also extremely bloody wars where the House of Joseph (Anglo-Saxon nations and allies) had more soldiers than the House of Judah (Germany and allies), but where the House of Joseph won.Filed under: Biblical, Judah
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