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Let us pose a hypothetical question: Were the Hebrews who left Ur with Abraham in 2000 BC, and the Hebrews who entered Egypt under Joseph in 1600 BC, the same people as the Israelites who were led out of Egypt by Moses in 1200 BC? Were these Israelites who came out of Egypt the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, or were they a different people?...In Genesis, the book dealing with their history before their entry into Egypt, the Jews are, with one exception, referred to as Hebrews, not as Israelites. After their exodus from Egypt and in the other Books of Moses, the Jews are referred to mostly as Israelites, very seldom as Hebrews. After the exodus, it is the pagans who usually refer to the Jews as Hebrews, whereas the Jews usually refer to themselves as Israelites

Max Dimont / <cite>Jews, God and History (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Let us pose a hypothetical question: Were the Hebrews who left Ur with Abraham in 2000 BC, and the Hebrews who entered Egypt under Joseph in 1600 BC, the same people as the Israelites who were led out of Egypt by Moses in 1200 BC? Were these Israelites who came out of Egypt the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, or were they a different people?

In Genesis, the book dealing with their history before their entry into Egypt, the Jews are, with one exception, referred to as Hebrews, not as Israelites. After their exodus from Egypt and in the other Books of Moses, the Jews are referred to mostly as Israelites, very seldom as Hebrews. After the exodus, it is the pagans who usually refer to the Jews as Hebrews, whereas the Jews usually refer to themselves as Israelites.

Max L. Dimont / <cite>Jews, God and History (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

So, in light of this, we have no difficulty placing the Hebrews or, more correctly, the Ibaru. They were the "Initiators," the "keepers of knowledge," the "wise-ones," the Druidic Elders of Ireland and Britain whose colleges once existed even in the far-flung corners of the globe. The ancient name for the land of Ireland was Hibernia and the Irish were known as Hibernians. This is a Gaelic word and it also denoted those tribes that inhabited Spain. (Spain's olden name was Iberia.) In short, the original "Hebrews" - were Irish. The word Hebrew most likely comes from Ibiru, Ibaru, or Iburu meaning "Yew Tree." The word Yahweh (meaning Jehovah) comes from Yehew or Yew. The reference in the Old Testament to Moses meeting god at a "burning bush" is yet one more biblical corruption of Druidic tree lore and stellar mythology. The term Hebrew was not, therefore, brought to the West by travelers from the East. If anything, it is more likely that Eastern migrants merely used these place-names because they understood that the countries to which they went were ancient homelands of the Ibaru. To obscure the anomaly concerning the name of Ireland, the historians disseminated the story that it was traveling Israelites or Hebrews from the East who, upon their arrival in Ireland, named it Hibernia. Such migrations did take place but were of later times. They occurred during the centuries AD. Many groups settled in Ireland for one reason or another and many came from the Levant. However, there was little that these people could teach the Irish. Such a notion is not only preposterous but it demonstrates the level of perfidy of the historians who have suggested such nonsense.The ancients knew that the terms Israelite and Ibaru referred to high-ranking, spiritually endowed Egyptians and their ancestors. And they knew that Egypt had been visited numerous times by vagabonds and ne'er-do-wells out for what they could get. The outlying provinces of Egypt were often plagued by such miserables who stole food, polluted wells, and generally caused a disturbance. More than once did the Egyptian governors take to banishing and exiling foreigners who were preying upon their people.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

The name of Israelite, Jews, or Hebrews, did never designate a political or national body

Robert Taylor / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

These terms [Hebrew] refer to individuals and groups who were not accepted within the accepted political structures of patronage alliances, and loyalties that governed society. These "Hebrews" were..."outlaws"

Thomas Thompson / <cite>The Mythic Past: Biblical Archaeology and the Myth of Israel (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Those who became known as "Jews" were, however, originally neither Israelites nor Hebrews, and were not racially Semitic. The term Hebrew (and possibly also Jew) comes from the Old Irish Iur, and the Irish Gaelic Ibur or Iburu meaning "Yew Tree," or "Men of the Yew." The yew tree was considered very sacred to the Druids and Egyptian Magi. The Ibaru (or Ibri, Abri, or Abari) turn up in Egypt as the "Wise Ones" or "Elders." The letter "H," added as a prefix, simply meant "the," and so the word Hebrew meant "the Ebru" or "the Ibaru." This is the origin of the word Iberia which signified Spain and Hibernia which signified Ireland. The word rabbi is a rendition or variant of this ancient name Abari or Ibaru. The Ibaru were Druidic Elders who had traveled to Egypt in remote periods and who had brought solar worship there. They were probably akin to the predynastic Shemsu Hor or "Disciples of Horus," the tall, fair-complexioned, technically proficient race whose remains were found in tombs in Nubia by the eminent archaeologist Professor Walter B. Emery. This word Ibaru had a similarity to Apiru (Egyptian Apir) which meant "wanderer," "undesirable," "shepherd," or "foreigner." This unfortunate similarity of etymology has caused great confusion but has favored the machinations of those elites who crave to obscure the truth of their Western ancestry.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Some scholars, as early as Josephus, have associated the Semitic Hyksos with the ancient Hebrews, seeing their departure from Egypt as the story retold in the Exodus. Notably, Canaanite/Hebrew names occur among the Hyksos

Wikipedia / <cite>Wikipedia (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Hebrew theology was divided into three distinct parts. The first was the law, the second was the soul of the law, and the third was the soul of the soul of the law. The law was taught to all the children of Israel; the Mishna, or the soul of the law, was revealed to the Rabbins and teachers; but the Qabbalah, the soul of the soul of the law, was cunningly concealed, and only the highest initiates among the Jews were instructed in its secret principles.

Manly P. Hall / <cite>The Secret Teachings of all Ages</cite>

Hebrew, in short, is the language which enables men to pass from one meaning to another, which explains, interprets, gives the allegorical meaning. By Hebrews, therefore, Moses does not mean the Israelites...but men, Israelites or Egyptians, who were learned in the Hebrew language, in the knowledge of Ambres, the initiated and the initiators

Arthur Dyott Thompson / <cite>On Mankind: Their Origin and Destiny (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

The Ibaru (or Ibri, Abri, or Abari) turn up in Egypt as the "Wise Ones" or "Elders." The letter "H," added as a prefix, simply meant "the," and so the word Hebrew meant "the Ebru" or "the Ibaru." This is the origin of the word Iberia that signified Spain, and Hibernia that signified Ireland. The word rabbi is a rendition or variant of this ancient name Abari or Ibaru. The Ibaru were Druidic Elders who had traveled to Egypt in remote periods bringing solar worship there. They were probably akin to the Shemsu Hor, the Disciples or Companions of Horus, the fair-complexioned technically endowed race whose remains were found in Nubia by eminent archaeologist Professor Walter B. Emery.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

Hebrew was never spoken by the Aramaic people of Syria, the so-called Jews, or by the people of any other countries. It was used by the ancient Irish priesthood of Iesa, precisely as Latin is today used in the Roman Church to impress the multitude

Conor MacDari / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

Hebrew was a secret dialect which was devised by the Irish priesthood to preserve their secret lore and rituals. Its use was kept exclusively for the priests, thereby keeping all knowledge of sacerdotal things from the uninitiated...it was taken over and made use of by the Roman Church to conceal and to make plausible the secret fraud which she had perpetrated upon the Christian world

Conor MacDari / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

Religious Jews have been misled to believe that Hebrew is their national language. This is not the case. Not by a long chalk. The informed researcher, who has looked into the truth of the matter, soon finds out that Hebrew was a variant of the esoteric language employed by the Druids and Amenists, and related groups such as the Scythians, Gaels, and Celts.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

That the Hebrew and Irish languages reciprocate many of their words is as true as that the people who once spoke Hebrew had a common origin with those called Celts - Anna Wilkes (Ur of the Chaldees)

Anna Wilkes / <cite>Ireland: Ur of the Chaldees (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

[...] one of the greatest deceptions emanating from the controllers and editors of the world's history concerns the terms "Hebrew," "Jew," and "Israelite." The word "Hebrew" did not originally refer to a race, per se. It referred to the keepers of the secrets and advisors of pharaoh. The word also connoted the sacred mystery language of the adepts - the true “Israelites,” “Judites,” and “Jews.” The language was called Hebrew because it was that used by the Ibaru from Hibernia, or Ireland.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

In making this statement it should be pointed out that the original tongue of the Biblical characters had little association with modern Hebrew...Modern Hebrew was not formulated until the sixth century.

Barry Dunford / <cite>The Holy Land of Scotland (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

The apparent linguistic connection between the Hebrew Phoenician language and the Celtic tongue certainly deserves closer investigation

Barry Dunford / <cite>The Holy Land of Scotland (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

We cannot derive Hebrew from Sanscrit, or Sanscrit from Hebrew; but we can well understand how both may have proceeded from one common source. They are both channels supplied from one river

Max Muler / <cite>Outlines of Philosophy of History, Vol 1 (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

As our scholars have failed to see the difference between Israel and the Jews, they have completely confused the issue; and when they speak of ancient Hebrew they mean Phoenician. [...] So when our scholars speak of the ancient Hebrew of the Israelites they mean Phoenician evidently [...]

Fredrick Haberman / <cite>Tracing our Ancestors (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

...the ancient Hebrews had the same tongue and letters or characters with the Canaanites or Phoenicians, as might be evidenced from the concurrent testimonies of many authors; nay, all the nations in these parts, Phoenicians, Canaanites, Samaritans, and probably the Assyrians, for some years spoke and wrote alike

Godfrey Higgins / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

Abraham was called from Ur of Chaldees, and must have carried the language with him. The Hebrew is, therefore, only a dialect of the Chaldaic.

Huddlestone / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

The Hebrew people are actually Phoenician-Canaanites.

Jordan Maxwell / <cite>Ancient Religious History Discussion</cite>

Out of this basic difference in the regard for land, there evolved the bitter antagonisms of social, economic, moral, and religious attitudes exhibited by the Canaanites and the Hebrews. This socioeconomic controversy did not become a definite religious issue until the times of Elijah. From the days of this aggressive prophet the issue was fought out on more strictly religious lines—Yahweh vs. Baal—and it ended in the triumph of Yahweh and the subsequent drive toward monotheism.

Melchizedek of Nebadon / <cite>The Urantia Book</cite>

The Chief Priest in the Egyptian temples was called EOVE or EOVA, hence the emergence of the name Jehovah, and the Hebrew language is really the sacred language of the Egyptian mystery schools...

...Hebrews were not Israelites or Jews, they were initiates of the Egyptian mystery schools, or at least their founders were. No wonder it has proved impossible to identify a genetic Hebrew or Jewish ‘race’. Cohen, the Jewish name for priest, comes from Cahen, the Egyptian pronunciation for a priest and a prince.13 Even circumcision, that uniquely ‘Jewish’ tradition, came from the Egyptian mystery schools and was performed at least as far back as 4,000 BC. You could not be initiated unless you were circumcised. The Hebrew religion did not exist in Egypt and there was no Hebrew law because there was no Hebrew ‘race’. The only worship was Egyptian worship. The Hebrew religion, language and race only emerged when initiates of the Egyptian mysteries, later to be known as Levites, took the knowledge out of Egypt and invented a whole history to cover what they were doing, who they were working for and where they came from. The terms ‘Hebrew’ and ‘Judaism’ are another way of saying Egyptian. This is one reason why we have the constant use of symbols by today’s Brotherhood which relate to Egypt, including the pyramid with the capstone missing. This is symbolic of the Great Pyramid at Giza and the Egyptian mystery schools, together with much deeper meanings. At the entrance to the mystery school temple in Egypt were two massive obelisks. These are often represented as two pillars by the Freemasons and in buildings designed and funded by initiates.

David Icke / <cite>The Biggest Secret</cite>

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