TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 15


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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 15

Here we discuss points # 40 and 41 of TruthVid’s 100 Proofs, which concerns the Revelation and the Gospels. William Finck’s prepared notes are found below.

The very fact that Scripture was first written in Hebrew with letters that are the same as those which are commonly called Phoenician, and then later it was written in Greek, proves that the Israelites were White. The Hebrew language is related to Aramaic, and the Syrians were certainly White, as Greek historians attest, and of course Greek is considered to be a strictly European, or so-called
Indo-European language. However there are many Hebrew and Greek cognates, as there are with Hebrew and other Indo-Europen languages. Then there are predecessors to Classical Greek found in the Mediterranean, represented in scripts such as Linear B or the Cypriot syllabary, which also show that Greeks and Hebrews are more remotely related.

Linear B was a script used to write what is called Mycenaean Greek, which predates Classical Greek and the Greek alphabet derived from Phoenician by at least 6 or 7 centuries. The oldest examples are esteemed to date to about 1450 BC, which is right around the same time as the Exodus. Another script, called Linear A, which was evidently used to write a Minoan language, has never been deciphered and is esteemed to be the ancestor of both Linear B and the Cypriot syllabary. Examples of Linear B were discovered in palace archives at Knossos and Cydonia on Crete, and Pylos, Thebes and Mycenae in Greece. But Linear B seems to no longer have been used after the fall of the Mycenaean civilization in the 12th century BC. After that, there is no evidence of Greek writing until perhaps the 8th century BC.

For further reaing and evidence, see our article Earliest Greek Writing is Phoenician.

The Cypriot syllabary is believed to have been a derivative of Linear A, and it appears in Cyprus from about the 11th century BC. It was used to write a dialect of Greek called Arcadocypriot, which was spoken on Cyprus and in Arcadia, a district in the central Peloponnese. Another Cypriot dialect, Eteocypriot, is apparently unrelated and believed to be older, but was written in the same script. In the 4th century BC it seems that the Classical Greek alphabet replaced the Cypriot syllabary entirely.

In the Revised Supplement of 1996 in the 9th edition of the Liddell & Scott Greek-English Lexicon, it is evident that many Greek words had cognates, or ancestors, in words originally written in Linear B or the Cypriot syllabary. That helps to elucidate the fact that there was a common language base for Mycenaean, Arcadocypriot and Classical Greek, as well as Minoan Crete and other Phoenician settlements in the Mediterranean.

(40) Revelation - Every part from beginning to end is about the 12 tribes while at the same time it is Eurocentric.

The fact that the Revelation borrows much of its language and symbols from the Old Testament is not a coincidence. The Revelation itself is a prophecy announcing how God would fulfill all of the promises to the twelve tribes of Israel which were made in the books of Moses and the prophets. Yahshua Christ is the Word of Yahweh God made flesh, and therefore He is the chief of all the prophets, and the fountain as well as the outcome of all of their words are in Him. In other words, He was their inspiration as well as being the author of their fulfillment.

But the Revelation also borrows from a source which many may consider unlikely, although it should not at all be considered unlikely to Identity Christians. Phrases such as “lake of fire” and “second death”, which do not appear in the Old Testament, do appear in the Egyptian Book of the Dead, so Christ is evoking some of the oldest religious beliefs of the ancient Egyptians by his use of those terms. However the concepts which the terms represent may indeed be found in the Old Testament and in the Gospel accounts, expressed in different language. On the other hand, the use of terms such as “the Alpha and the Omega” or references to Hades or the descriptions of serpents being cast down from heaven all show a continuity of culture with the Greeks.

The prophecy of Satan persecuting Joshua the high priest in Zechariah chapter 3 is a type and a prophecy of Christ, who had that same experience with the Edomite Jews who persecuted Him. In Revelation chapter 12, the Edomite king Herod is depicted as a great red dragon which sought to kill the Christ child, who is also named Joshua, or Yahshua, and whom Paul called “high priest over the house of God” in Hebrews chapter 10. But Herod was only a representative of a greater entity, “having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.” That language evokes Daniel chapter 7 in relation to the series of world empires which would rule over and persecute the children of Israel, who were the “saints of the Most High” that he mentioned.

In Zechariah chapter 4 there are two olive trees and a candlestick fed with oil from two golden pipes, and we see a very similar description in Revelation chapter 11 of the two witnesses, which can only be Judah and Israel but the explanation is too long to present it here. It is already presented in our commentaries on the Revelation and on Zechariah. These and other similarities with the language of the prophets shows that there is a continuity between the prophets and the Revelation of Christ beyond the meanings of the prophecies themselves.

In Revelation chapter 2, there is a prophecy of Christ who holds seven stars in His right hand, reminiscent of another prophecy in Amos, and He walks in the midst of seven golden candlesticks. These represent seven churches. To these seven churches John was told to bear a message, and he was given a different message for each church. These are called “the seven churches which are in Asia”, but they seem to be representative of aspects of all future Christian churches. Now at that time Asia, which is properly only the Roman province in the western portion of what is now Asia Minor, was occupied mainly by Greeks and Romans, and some people may have also been descended from Phoenicians, Lydians, Galatians and other related Genesis 10 or Israelite tribes. All of these people were White, and they are nothing but White in all of the surviving ancient art and ancient literary descriptions.

If Christianity were meant for anyone other than Whites, one may think that Christ, being the most notable of all the Prophets, may have had messages for churches in non-White lands, but he certainly did not. The ensuing chapters of the Revelation describe things that would happen that those seven churches would experience. So those things would not happen outside of the Roman world, but rather, they would happen within the Roman world, and they did. Among the things which are prophesied are the persecutions of Christians and the reward for those who do not deny the name of Christ. In the ensuing centuries, Christians within the Roman empire did indeed suffer persecution for remaining faithful to Christianity and not denying His Name.

In the messages to these seven churches, five of them are condemned for their attitudes or behaviors, and two of them are never condemned. The reasons why are found not only in their actions, but in the meanings of their names. There were Christian churches all over Anatolia and the Mediterranean coast of Europe. But these seven were evidently chosen so that a message could be transmitted in the meanings of their names, as we see throughout the Hebrew Old Testament that names had significance. So the two churches which were not criticized were Smyrna and Philadelphia. Both of these were also warned about the Jews, “the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie” because they are actually not of Judah. In spite of the fact that unlike the other five churches they were not criticized, they would still suffer tribulation at the hand of the Jews.

So the church at Smyrna was warned “10 Fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer: behold, the devil shall cast some of you into prison, that ye may be tried; and ye shall have tribulation ten days: be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life.” However the church at Philadelphia received an encouragement “ 10 Because thou hast kept the word of my patience, I also will keep thee from the hour of temptation, which shall come upon all the world, to try them that dwell upon the earth.” Studying the names, Smyrna is ointment and here it stands for the anointing of Israel by God. Philadelphia means brotherly love and here it stands for what Christ had commanded His disciples, found in detail in John chapters 14 and 15. This also shows that being one of His people is not enough to escape tribulation, but being one of His people and loving one’s brother, that is the hope offered the church of Philadelphia.

So five churches were criticized, one is not but will still have tribulation, and one will be kept from harm entirely. So the things which are in the chapters to follow are descriptions of what will come upon those seven churches, what happens in the wider world which affect those churches. So all of these descriptions describe what is about to come on the Roman world. With a few digressions, these things are described in the chapters which follow.

Revelation chapters 4 and 5 continue a description of Christ and His power over the world, as well as some of His intentions for His people. In Revelation chapter 4 there is a description of the throne of God, and four beasts around the throne. The four beasts represented a lion, a calf, a man and an eagle. These are the four components of which a cherub consists. Revelation chapters 6 through 9 describe the stages in Roman history and what would become of the society of that time, which results in the fall of Rome and the Islamic invasions. Much of the prophecy in these chapters and in Revelation chapter 13 corresponds with Daniel chapters 7 and 8. Then Revelation chapters 10 and 11 describe the events of the Reformation. The opening of the little book represents the printing of Bibles by which the common people had access to the Word of God. That also caused wars in Europe, and all of this happened in Europe, and nowhere else.

In the midst of these chapters is Revelation chapter 7, which is an assurance to the children of Israel who are suffering all of these things as history progresses, but this process will eventually complete the promised “seven times” of the punishment of Israel for her sins as warned by Moses and explained by Daniel. Then there is prophecy in Jeremiah of the time of Jacob’s trouble, when Esau would apparently gain dominion over him. That is where we are now, and we have been for about two hundred years. That corresponds with the French Revolution, and the emancipation of the Jews in Europe which is Satan’s emergence from the pit to agitate all of the nations in the four corners of the earth and bring them against the Camp of the Saints, which is the ongoing modern invasion of Europe and the other White nations of Christendom. Satan is not gathering White nations against all the other nations. Rather, Satan – the international Jew – even boasts of the policies that are causing White nations to be flooded with non-Whites, and how White nations will soon no longer be White.

Going back to Revelation chapter 7, there is confusion over two groups of people, the 144,000 who are sealed, and the “great multitude, which no man could number, of all nations, and kindreds, and people, and tongues”. Yet all of these describe the children of Israel. Where it says “all nations” it is not speaking of all of the nations or people-groups of the planet. Rather, it is relating to the nations of the promise to Abraham that his descendants would become many nations, and Paul of Tarsus, in Romans chapter 4 and 1 Corinthians chapter 10 had revealed that this promise was fulfilled in the nations of Europe, those to whom he had brought the Gospel of Christ. So in verse 14, of this latter group we read: “These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb.” If one is not an Israelite, one has no opportunity or even no need to wash one’s robes in the blood of the lamb. Only Israelites needed the blood of the Lamb to cleanse their sins, and only they had the law and sin is transgression of the law. In fact, the very expression is an allusion to the protective power of the blood of the lamb of Passover – another symbol taken from the Old Testament.

Then in Revelation chapter 12 there is another vision, and it goes back in time to describe the rebellion of the fallen angels, weaving a narrative which explains many of the events of history, such as the deportations and migrations of Israel into Europe, and the nature of those who had opposed Christ, as well as the reasons for the invasions of Europe by other races as soon as Europe was becoming settled into a new post-Roman society. The woman with the twelve stars represents the children of Israel being taken to their new homes in Europe, the period of time it took for them to return to God through Christianity, with a warning that the dragon would then send a flood after her and persecute her. That flood was represented by the Arabs, Moors, Turks and others who invaded Europe after the rise of Islam.

Revelation chapter 13 is another separate vision of two beasts which transcend the beasts of Daniel chapters 2 and 7. The beasts of Daniel are the great world empires up to and including the Roman. But then Daniel mentions a little horn which comes out of the beast, and that is the second beast of Revelation chapter 13, which is the papacy. The reasons for of these interpretations are presented and established in our Revelations commentary, and in the near future I hope to expand on that, including more thorough explanations of how the Revelation corresponds with Daniel and Zechariah.

Revelation chapter 14 is another assurance to the children of Israel who are suffering all of these things, but it is followed by further warnings of judgment to come upon the earth. Here it mentions Mystery Babylon for the first time. Therefore to begin to understand Mystery Babylon we must look for a political, religious and economic system which has fostered world commerce, as Mystery Babylon is clearly connected to world commerce where it is depicted as falling in Revelation chapter 18. So Revelation chapters 15 through 17 describe things which would happen in modern times, and when John returns to the wilderness to see the woman, she is no longer innocent. Rather, she is a whore and has joined herself to the beast, which is precisely what we see looking at the children of Israel today.

The fall of Mystery Babylon is described in Revelation chapters 18 and 19, which we await as the world around us crumbles. But our race has an assurance that it shall ultimately prevail through Christ. So Revelation chapters 20 through 22 describe the ultimate victory of Christ, and the destruction of all of His enemies in the Lake of Fire. Finally, in Revelation chapters 21 and 22 there is a description of the City of God and the Kingdom of Heaven, and on the gates of that city are written the names of the twelve tribes of Israel. There will not be anyone else who gains admittance to that city.

(41) Four Gospels of Christ - Which parts clearly show Israelites were white

In both Matthew and Luke, the genealogy of Christ is related directly to the captivity in Babylon. Yet all of the artistic and historical representations of the people of Mesopotamia show only White people. If Christ and the Israelites were brown, or black, where are the hundreds of thousands of black people who should have been in Babylonia and Mesopotamia?

There is a citation of Micah chapter 5 in Matthew 2:6: “For thusly it was written by the prophet: 6 “And you Bethlehem, land of Iouda, by no means are you least among the leaders of Iouda, for there shall come out of you a leader, who shall shepherd My people Israel.” So with Israel taken into captivity in the North, there should have been many tribes of blacks there, yet they are completely absent from all of the art and literature of that region during all of the time preceding the rise of Islam.

The so—called “wise men” or magi must have been from Parthia. The magi were traditionally a priesthood among the Medes, which in the time of Christ were a part of the Parthian empire. They were never described as having been black. The Medes, according to the Greeks, were the source for the term Aryan, as Herodouts in the 5th century BC explained that the term had originally only described them. The magi who had come and vositied the Christ child must have had information from ancient scriptures or traditions that indicated to them that he would be born by the time they went to Judaea to see Him, yet they were Aryans, and not black.

The apostles were fishermen who were accustomed to owning and operating large boats which could hold several men and many fish for long journeys. The ancients Israelites were regularly engaged in inter-continental shipping and trade, from as early as the time of the first Judges of Israel. But in sub-Saharan Africa, nothing has ever been found of ancient shipping outside of a few crude canoes which could barely hold one person. Even today on large African lakes, boats made by the natives are only crude small canoes made from reeds.

In Mark chapter 15 Simon the Cyrenian was at Jerusalem for the Passover. Cyrene was a Greek settlement on the coast of northern Africa west of Egypt. It was first settled by Greeks in the 7th or 8th centuries BC. In Matthew chapter 15 and Mark chapter 7 a woman is identified as a Canaanite, Syro-phoenician, or Greek, which reveals a resemblance among sub-races. Neither could the apostles tell the Edomites apart from Israelites, which shows that they were all at least apparently White.

Some expressions which identify the people of Christ with things that are white:

Ye are the salt of the earth .

Ye are the light of the world.

The kingdom of heaven was likened to leaven hidden in flour.

The fields, referring to people, were described as being white for harvest.

Wheat and Tares, which are generally gold and red, were used to distinguish people.

The people in Sardis who “have not defiled their garments; and they shall walk with me in white: for they are worthy. ”

The angel at the tomb of Christ whose “countenance was like lightning” and “raiment white as snow” must have been White.

Everything good and positive in Scripture is associated with something white, golden, like wheat, shining bright or brassy. Negative attributes such as evil are associated with blackness or darkness.

The keeping of the ten commandments, what race has always kept the ten commandments? Where, before White cultural intervention, did other races ever have these commandments?

There are many vocations mentioned in the New Testament, among which are scribe, lawyer, judge, money-changer, priest, publican, soldier, prison warden, physician, tanner, fisherman, carpenter, vine-dresser, husbandman, potter, steward, tent-maker, builder. Here it is apparent that Judaean society was organized into government offices, religious officials, landlords and servants, merchants and tradesmen, and that is also apparent in the Old Testament. This system of organized political, religious and economic spheres working together has been a characteristic of every White society, which the other races had never shared until recent times. Even now, most Asian nations, and certainly the tribes of the Africans, lack this societal organization, unless it had been imposed upon them by colonial Whites.

In Mark 13, Christ foretells what shall happen to his disciples in the persecutions: “9 But take heed to yourselves: for they shall deliver you up to councils; and in the synagogues ye shall be beaten: and ye shall be brought before rulers and kings for my sake, for a testimony against them. 10 And the gospel must first be published among all nations.” What non-White has ever taken the Gospel of Christ before the kings of the nations in Europe? What non-White races were persecuted by the Romans for being Christian?

Who published the gospel? Where was it published? Only Whites in Europe and the Near and Middle East had ever published the Gospel, and that is still mostly true today, as Whites from the start of the colonial period have brought it to the other races, but many of the peoples of other races still have not published it for themselves.

The apostle Luke was a Greek by race, and met Paul when he was a convert in Antioch in far northern Syria. Luke recorded the words of Mary in chapter 1: “54 He hath holpen his servant Israel, in remembrance of his mercy; 55 As he spake to our fathers, to Abraham, and to his seed for ever.” Luke also recorded the words of Zacharias in chapter 1: “71 That we should be saved from our enemies, and from the hand of all that hate us; 72 To perform the mercy promised to our fathers, and to remember his holy covenant; 73 The oath which he sware to our father Abraham, 74 That he would grant unto us, that we being delivered out of the hand of our enemies might serve him without fear….”

So Luke was comfortable recording these things, and he also recorded the words of Paul of Tarsus in Acts chapter 26 where Paul attested that the hope for which he was being persecuted was the hope of the twelve tribes of Israel. So Luke could not have imagined that he was of a different race than the Israelites, and being White, the Israelites must have also been White. In Luke chapter 2 he wrote: “there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed.” Caesar only taxed the Roman world, and with few exceptions that world was a White world.

In Luke chapter 11 there are light and darkness as representations of good and evil: “34 The light of the body is the eye: therefore when thine eye is single, thy whole body also is full of light; but when thine eye is evil, thy body also is full of darkness. 35 Take heed therefore that the light which is in thee be not darkness. 36 If thy whole body therefore be full of light, having no part dark, the whole shall be full of light, as when the bright shining of a candle doth give thee light.” Luke 22, evil likened to “the power of darkness.”

Luke 24 purpose of Christ: “we trusted that it had been he which should have redeemed Israel…”

John 3: light and darkness are good and evil: “19 And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.”

John 4: The Samaritan woman to Christ: “12 Art thou greater than our father Jacob, which gave us the well, and drank thereof himself, and his children, and his cattle? ” If the Judaeans were black, the Samaritans would also have had to have been black.

Can a society of black people develop language paradigms that associate black or darkness with evil, and light or whiteness with good? If Negros had written the Scriptures from the beginning, I can imagine that the symbols used to make such comparisons may have been quite different.