Wednesday, December 16, 2009

The Hebrew-Israelite-Canaanite Origins of Druidism & Norse, Teutonic, and Celtic paganism

Amazing insights in this article by Eli James of "Anglo-Saxon Israel".

And to be clear on the title of this post, of course the Old Testament religion of the Israelites was not "pagan." Rather, the pagan Teutonic and Celtic religions are a mixture of Canaanite paganism and Old Testament Hebrewism. How? Because the Celts, Saxons, and other Northern European tribes are the descendants of the Israelites...who were banished from the ancient land of Israel in Palestine because they adopted Canaanite paganism, which they then carried with them when they migrated into Europe.

Myth: European Paganism Is of Non-Hebrew Origin

Many White pagans assume that Teutonic and Celtic paganism are of non-Hebrew origin. This is not true. The fact is that the main reason that Yahweh banished the Israelites into the wilderness was because of their acquired taste for paganism. The Israelites of the Ten Northern Tribes, especially under Jezebel (a Sidonian Canaanite woman) and Ahab, were practicing all sorts of pagan rituals, including human sacrifice and frolicking (sex orgies) in the groves. Ah! The good old days!!! These practices were borrowed from the neighboring Canaanites; and the false gods they worshipped were actually Canaanite gods and goddesses. We will here proceed to document the Canaanite origin of Celtic and Teutonic paganism among the Aryan nations.

Hosea 4:15-17 trells us, “…come not ye unto Gilgal, neither go you up to Bethaven…For Israel slideth back as a backsliding heifer…Ephraim is joined to idols.”

Bethaven means “house of Aven.” The Phoenician Israelites, who travelled back and forth to Britain, mining tin and other metals and bringing them back to Palestine, named numerous places after the place of the god, Aven, such as Avebury, the Avon River(s) and the town of Avening.

“The worship of Beth-Aven, in Canaan, and that of Avening in Gloucestershire, and that of Aven, Heliopolis or Baal Bec, were all identical. The stone altars, the high place, the calves’ bones discovered there, mark the similarity.” - Samuel Lysons, Our British Ancestors, p. 123.

“But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves, therefore will I cause you to go into captivity..” - Amos 5:26.

Moloch and Chiun were pagan gods adopted by the rebellious Israelites. Yahweh was getting very angry with His children. He was getting ready to cast them out into the wilderness of Europe.

“The Druids worshipped the sun under the title of Moloch, so we are certain that worship was derived from their Eastern ancestors.” – Dr. Thomas Maurice, Indian Antiquities, 1796.

Who were the Druids? The Druids were Levitical priests who abandoned Yahweh and officiated at the pagan rites of the rebellious Israelites! Their costumes matched the uniforms of the Israelite priests, down to the tiniest detail!

“The Irish Druids worshipped under sacred oaks, as the Israelites did. The Druids had a great veneration for the oak. The last act of Joshua was to place a great stone under an oak in the sanctuary…The Druids were considered to be a holy people, a nation of priests, common to all the tribes of Britain. Their duties, characteristics and dress were strikingly in consonance with those of the Levitical priesthood.” – Hugh B. Colquhoun, Our Descent From Israel Proved by Cumulative Evidence, p, 20.

‘Druid’ is the Celtic word for “oak.” The Druids were the high priests of the oak fraternity.

Chiun was a goddess of the Canaanites, and the Israelites began to worship her as well.

“The children gather wood, and the fathers kindle the fire, and the women knead their dough, to make cakes to the Queen of Heaven and to pour out drink offerings unto other gods…” – Hosea 1:18.

It is quite likely that the name Chiun is the Hebrew source for the surname Quinn and the English word Queen.

The Teutonic god, Odin, or Wotan, is actually the Scythian German King Odin, the warrior chief who organized the Teutons into a fighting force that defeated the Romans. He was a real descendant of the Israelites, not a god. Odin is also a word very similar to a Hebrew word for lord, Adon (Greek Adonis).

According to Sharon Turner in his monumental work The History of the Anglo-Saxons, citing the ancient Saxon Chronicles, the famous Odin actually lived in the 3rd century AD, and many of the kings of England, Germany and Scandinavia traced their descent from him. We have a tendency to make “stars” out of our heroes. The word Teut is an anglicized version of the German Deutsch, which is derived from the Latin (Roman) Deus, meaning “god.” The word Deutschevolk, therefore, means “God’s people.” This is exactly how the Israelites referred to themselves. No other people in history referred to themselves as God’s people, except the Israelites. All of the Celts and Saxons retained some form of this expression. The word British, in Hebrew, means “Covenant Man.” Brit is Hebrew for Covenant and Ish is Hebrew for “man.” The Saxon Goth and the German Gott both mean “God.” Gottish, therefore, means “God’s People.”

The Celtic Bel is identical to the Hebrew Baal; and the Beltrane feast is still celebrated in parts of Britain today. None of these people have any idea that they are practicing traditions brought to Europe by their pagan Israelite ancestors!

The Hebrew word, Al, meaning the sun, became the Phoenician Hal. In Celtic, it becomes Heaul; and in Greek it was Helios.

“All Celtic nations have been accustomed to the worship of the sun…It was a custom that everywhere prevailed in ancient times to celebrate a feast at the winter solstice…They called it, in many places, Yole or Yuul, from the word Hiaul.” - Professor Paul-Henri Mallett, Northern Antiquities, Vol. 2, p 68.

Now you know the origin of the word ‘Yule,” for Christmas, and why Christmas is celebrated right near the solstice, when all evidence suggests that Yahshua was born in late September.

The Catholic Church has been most guilty of blending paganism with Christianity, as Easter is really a hybrid pagan rite, derived from the worship of the Babylonian goddess, Ishtar. Ishtar was the goddess of fertility. Have you ever wondered what the Easter bunny has to do with the Crucifixion? The short answer is: “Nothing!”

Mary-worship can be traced back to Semiramis of Babylon. Statues of Semiramis show her as the prototypical “Madonna and child.” So, Christmas, Easter and the Madonna motif all contain pagan elements directly traceable to ancient Babylon.

Neo-pagans believe that the word, Saxon, derives from the word Axe. How the letter S was added to the word axe is obscure. What we know for sure is that Yahweh told Abraham that his offspring would be named after his son, Isaac. “In Isaac shall they seed be called.” – Gen. 21:12. Note that the Jewish people are NOT named after Isaac. Saxons = Isaac’s sons. Even if the word Saxon is derivable from the word, axe, it is still an Israelite connection, for in Jeremiah 51:20, Yahweh tells His people, Israel, “Thou art my BATTLE-AXE.” The Israelites were famous for their use of the battle-axe in war. Their descendants, the Scythians and Anglo-Saxons, were also famous for the use of this weapon. Yet it is evident, that the Scythian tribes who migrated into Europe were called Khumri by the Assyrians, hence the Greek Kimmeroi; and they were called Saka by the Persians, hence the Greek Sakae or Sakans, later Saxons. These names are well documented in the Greek classics and in the multilingual inscriptions of Mesopotamia.

In addition to telling us that we would be exiled for our pagan rebellion, Yahweh also told us that we would be known by another name. (Isaiah 62:2; 65:15.) “Caucasian” is the best bet, but Anglo-Saxon and Christian would also qualify as new names for His Israelite people. Many other similarities exist in the Germanic and Hebrew belief systems, such as an existence in an afterlife, heaven and hell (Valhalla and Niflheim) etc. {Niflheim bears an uncanny resemblance to the Hebrew word Nephilim, meaning the offspring of the fallen angels and the daughters of Adamite women, in Genesis 6.}

We are only scratching the surface of this subject. The Canaanite origin of the Celtic/Teutonic pantheon can be demonstrated in volumes of historical and linguistic connections. There is so much evidence of this fact that it is quite irrefutable. But, of course, few Whites or Christians are aware of the Israelites’ descent into paganism. It’s a forgotten chapter of the Bible. Neo-Pagans of today have no idea that they are actually worshipping the gods of the Canaanites, who were the true ancestors of today’s Jews.

So, who’s REALLY practicing a form of Judaism – Christian Identity or Neo-Pagans?

How’s them apples? – Or should we say, Acorns?

Related Articles:

- On the migrations of the tribes of Israel into Europe, and the similarities of Norse mythology to the Old Testament and Babylonian religion
- The Hebrew-Israelite Origins of Europe: Sea-faring Israelites fleeing the Assyrians in 8th century B.C. fled to Greece, Europe, and British Isles
- English and other Germanic Languages, as well as Greek, Latin and Runic, Have Their Origin in Hebrew
- The Mystery of the True Descendants of the Israelites - The White Anglo-Saxon, Germanic, Scandinavian, and Kindred Peoples


Anonymous said...

Please note, that I am not endorsing these articles without comment- which comments are over at my site, but have been removed here.

SO, if you wish to quote Pastor James, fine and good. But, if you want to attribute credit to me (and I really can't take credit, as it is not my writing, correct?) then at least leave in the 'ASIDES' i've put in my own 'take' on this post.

I must stand on the sidelines in matters like this, when quoting another's work, and I do so, merely point out the historic, orthodox praxis and worldview, and how certain things both support and reinforce their own views. But when things are contrary to that (the incipient 'romeaphobia' in Pr. James' comments) I will denounce it.

Just to be clear, sir. Thanks,
Blessed Advent,

Fr. John

Lone Wolf said...

Fair enough Fr. John.

Greg Bacon said...

Get in trouble? Lie. If the first lie doesn't work, tell another. If that doesn't work, get one of your 'Chosen' buds to lie for you.

If that doesn't work, have the local synagogues threaten to start shouting 'anti-semite,' or something.

Must of worked, looks like the charges got dropped.

Aspen rabbi accused of market hit and run

Aspen police say Rabbi Menachem Mendel Mintz’s driving isn’t so kosher.

The head of the Jewish Resource Center Chabad of Aspen is accused of hitting a parked car in the Clark’s Market lot and knowingly fleeing.

Mintz has been cited for leaving the scene of an accident without providing information and failing to notify police of an accident, both 12-point tickets.

The incident occurred the morning of Oct. 22 when a bystander saw a gold van hit an unattended vehicle in the Clark’s Market parking lot. When the driver of the van didn’t stick around or leave a note, she reported it, police said.

The witness told police that after she saw the accident, Mintz “got out of his vehicle, looked at the damage, mumbled a few comments, got back into his car, and moments later left the scene of the accident.” The witness “suspected the gentleman may not report the accident, so she wrote both license plates down that were involved in the accident,” according to a police report.

The owner of the damaged vehicle contacted police minutes after the bystander reported what she witnessed. The police report did not identify the make of the vehicle, or provide an estimate for how much damage was caused.

Officer Ryan Turner traced the offending van to the Jewish Resource Center, the registered owner. The van had scratches and paint marks on the front, passenger-side corner bumper consistent with damage to the other vehicle.

The officer said he contacted Mintz at the Jewish Resource Center’s Main Street address and that the rabbi “admitted to me that he was the driver during the time of the accident, but that he had left his contact information on the parked, unattended vehicle’s windshield. I explained to Mintz that there was a witness who said she made sure that he hadn’t left his contact information … Mintz replied that the wind must have blown the note away. … Furthermore, I asked Mintz why he didn’t report the accident, and he replied that he thought the note was sufficient enough,” Turner wrote in the police report. “Mintz explained to me that he was dropping a friend off at the market, and that his friend could verify that he had in fact left a note on the vehicle.”

Contacted by the Aspen Daily News this week, Mintz said he has provided a statement from his brother who claims he was in the van when the accident occurred. His brother’s statement supports Mintz’s contention he left a note. Authorities, however, say the witness to the accident reported Mintz was alone.

“Nothing happened. I scratched the car, I left a note on it and I have a witness who saw me leave a note,” Mintz said. “[The police report] only has one side of the story. The police didn’t speak to anyone. They never spoke to me.”

The police report, however, says an officer did speak to Mintz.

Mintz said his lawyer, Chip McCrory, told him the case would be dismissed.

As for the Khazars, I once read an article that claimed the Izzys were actually a conglomeration of three different hedonistic tribes.

One group worshipped ISis, another the Egyptian god RA and the third, another entity called EL...hence ISRAEL.

They banded together since they were so alike in their devious ways and thefts, so it was a good fit.

Anonymous said...

Have to buy Sharon Turner's books

'History of England'
'Sacred History of the World'
'History of the Anglo-Saxons'

Being CI means self - funded, oh well I suppose it's like the parable of the man who finds treasure in the field, so he buys the field.

Lone Wolf said...

Thanks for the book list Anonymous. Haven't read any of Turner's work. Will have to check out.

Jeff ( Va. Rebel ) said...

I thought this a great article. What - we can point out all the shortcomings in paganism, even where Protestantism has been infiltrated, but not the mother of all blasphemy - Roman Catholicism ?

God alone can soften the hardened heart of His people but I think an ingrained hatred of God is prevalent amongst our paganized folk.

We can point out fallacies, where God said He would allow us to wander blindly in our sin as a people for a season ... but have many closed that Door to Him who calls ? I hope and pray not.

My sheep hear my voice and I know them, and they follow me. John 10:14,27