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Never Lost: The Twelve Tribes of Israel: Mysteries in History and Prophecy! Book 6


Never Lost: The Twelve Tribes of Israel: Mysteries in History and Prophecy! Book 6

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Never Lost: The Twelve Tribes of Israel: Mysteries in History and Prophecy! Book 6

Demystifying the 'mysterious historical disappearance' of the Ten Tribes of Israel by reconstructing the historical events proving their present locations! Walk in the footsteps of these Israelites and experience their fate and glorious reconciliation awaiting them!

Book 6

Several lines of evidence unite on an identification of the "Sambatyon" with the Bosphorus. The peculiarity of stopping on the Sabbath can be plausibly explained by reference to a single crossing on that day, combined with the information that the Bosphorus does slow drastically, stop or reverse every few days. The peculiarity of stones and sand coming to rest can be explained as a combination of three pieces of evidence. First, the consequence of the stopping of the current flow as has now been scientifically proven. Second, the name itself, with an acceptable change of pronunciation, can be derived from that of the neighbouring country of Bythnia. Third, the fact that the Greek name "Bosphorus" soon replaced it can explain the subsequent inability of the Jews (themselves disorganized by the Babylonian exile) to locate what they still knew as the "Sambatyon."

These pieces of evidence are overwhelming conditional, and the identification can therefore only be academic. The evidence is unique, and their combination is exceptional. Not only the behaviour of the water, stones, wind and sea currents, but also the origin and disappearance of the name can all be accounted for. The Bosphorus Strait is thus the best scientific and academic candidate so far proposed for the "Sambatyon".

The group that did not cross the Bosphorus Strait but ventures further up north, found themselves in the Greater Caucasus Mountain area, a place loaded with mysteries and hidden secrets…

The legends, myths and folktales of the various religious groups in Georgia, prove that the Torah principles were strongly applied at some stage. Taking into consideration that the Scythian / Parthian / Cimmerian 'history' proves undoubtedly an 'Israelite' presence in Georgia – Colchis / Iberia / Albania. Looking at the 'culture and social' life evidence, which add weight, also confirms that the Georgians at one stage spoke Hebrew, including their kings and their families.

The Mythological Evidence of Georgia, proves that the Israelites dominated the entire area at some stage, and buried their legends, believes and ethics deep into the nation’s ethos…  

The chapter contents are:



The Sambatyon River

The Bosphorus Strait

Scientific Evidence

Historical Evidence Proving Crossings

The Straits, Violent and Dangerous

Water Flow in the Bosphorus Can Stop

The Enigma of the Sabbath River

"Sam-batyon" or "Sam-bythion"?

Why the Name Remained a Mystery

Estimated Crossing Period


The Georgians

What are Legends?

What are Myths?

What are Folktales?

What Is the Difference Between Legends, Myths and Folktales?

The Land of God

Reasons for the Vast Amount of Myths


The Legend of Drinking Out of a Horn

The Legend of Bullfighting and Shuamtoba

The Myth of Ancient Georgian Cosmology


The Legend of the Ten Tribers in Georgia

The Myth of the Golden Fleece and Georgia’s Establishment

The Folktale of the Wishing Tree

The Legend of Saints Day

The Legend of Good Ethics

Final Thoughts: Origin of Myths



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Book Size: A5

Number of Pages: 73

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